Fellowships

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Edward B. Kaufmann Scholarship for Humanities M.A. Students

The Kaufmann Scholarship provides several scholarships for graduate students pursuing an M.A. degree in the School of Humanities and Liberal Studies.

U.S. citizens, permanent residents and international students may apply. Applicants must be enrolled at SF State in at least three units at the time of application and at least three units at the time of receipt of the award. Applicants must have already completed at least six units toward the Humanities M.A. degree by the time of application and must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Amount of award: $2,000 or more according to need.

Applications are usually due in early November and April.

Edward B. Kaufmann Scholarship for Humanities B.A. Students

The Kaufmann Scholarship provides two scholarships for undergraduates pursuing a B.A. degree with a major in the School of Humanities and Liberal Studies.

U.S. citizens, permanent residents and international students may apply. Previous recipients of this award are not eligible. Applicants must be enrolled at SF State at least half time (six units) at the time of application and six units at the time of receipt of the award. Applicants must have already completed at least six units toward the Humanities B.A. degree at the time of application and must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Amount of award: $2,000 or more according to need.

Applications are usually due in early November and April.

The Evans-Hsu-Kauffman Scholarship

Established in honor of Professors Matthew Evans, Kai-yu Hsu and Herb Kauffman, this program provides one or more scholarships for undergraduates currently pursuing a B.A. degree with a major in the College of Liberal & Creative Arts.

Amount of award: $1,500

Applications are usually due in early April.

The Carolyn Irene Howard Memorial Scholarship

For undergraduate and graduate students.

Amount of award: $500

Applications are usually due in mid-November.

The Judith Anne Ott Scholarship

For graduate students.

Amount of award: $500

Applications are due in mid-November.

The Morrissey-Andersen Prize

The Morrissey-Andersen Prize is a yearly prize for the best graduate paper. It was endowed by emeriti Professors Eleanor Morrissey and Stan Andersen. The prize standards and application procedures are normally posted early in the spring term. The winner is announced at the end of the spring term.

Please note that federal and state regulations require that any scholarship, award, prize or loan must be coordinated with the student’s financial aid awards.