Scholarships & Financial Aid

Visit the Financial Aid & Scholarships website for more information on opportunities available to you.

Several hundred scholarships are available to undergraduate students at UC Davis. The UC Davis Undergraduate and Prestigious Scholarship Office administers $6 million in scholarships for which undergraduate students can apply.

Merit is the primary basis for awarding scholarships, but other criteria also can apply. Some scholarships are designated for students within a specific major or college. Eligibility for other scholarships may be defined by participation in extracurricular activities; career interests; geographic origin; high school or community college attended; parentage; perseverance; or other conditions or characteristics.

 

Scholarships of interest to undergraduate students include:

  • The Michael Alan Anthony Grant, for continuing students who have completed their freshman year at UC Davis, and who are not transfer students. This grant rotates between the departments of History and Economics.
  • The Richard Huberty Memorial Scholarship, for history majors with first priority given to American history students who have a demonstrated emphasis on research and study of California.
  • The Charles R. Bishop Award, for students in the College of Letters and Science.
  • The W. Turrentine Jackson Scholarship, for an upper division history major with a demonstrated interest in the history of the United States.
  • The Bruce Daigh Scholarship Fund in Economics and Political Science, for students in Economics and Political Science who have demonstrated financial need.
  • The Linn Family Award (History honors only), presented to select honors students to travel to conduct their research.
  • The James & Leta Fulmor Scholarship, for high achieving students studying in majors within the College of Letters and Science
  • The Andrew M. Siverson Scholarship, for undergraduate students in the Department of History with a minimum 3.5 GPA.
  • The internal Woodfill Scholarship, for the best History undergraduate paper written during the academic year.
  • The Heather Nikkel-Lampe Scholarship, for students who had perservered through difficult life circumstances in achieving their educational goals. When possible, preference will be given to at least one history major and students with financial need.