2018-2019 Department Scholarships:
James Ring Scholarship (Undergraduate):
The James H. Ring Undergraduate Scholarship Award was inaugurated during the spring semester of 2001 and offered annually thereafter. This financial award to Urban Studies and Planning majors is made possible through the donation of James H. Ring a distinguished alumnus who graduated from the Department of Urban Studies and Planning in the class of 1972. The intent of the award is to help students achieve their academic and career goals.
James Ring Scholarship (Graduate):
The James H. Ring Graduate Scholarship Award is designed to recognize graduate students with an outstanding academic record in the Master of Urban Planning program and provide financial support to help complete their graduate studies. This award is made possible through the generous donation of James H. Ring, a distinguished alumnus, who graduated from the Department of Urban Studies and Planning in the class of 1972.
Urban Studies and Planning Alumni Scholarship:
The Urban Studies and Planning Alumni Scholarship is funded by the generous donations of departmental alumni. The scholarship award is intended to recognize a major in urban studies and planning who has demonstrated meaningful service to one or more of the following: fellow students, campus-based student organizations related to planning, the Urban Studies and Planning Department, the CSUN campus community, and/or the community at-large.
California Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) Scholarship:
The California Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) represents more than 2,700 Los Angeles County professional employees working in hundreds of job classifications, including planners at the Department of Regional Planning. To highlight the professional opportunities for students and graduates available through the county, CAPE is sponsoring a $2,500 scholarship for CSUN Urban Studies & Planning students.
Northridge Beautification Foundation Scholarship:
The Urban Studies and Planning Northridge Beautification Foundation Scholarship is funded by the generous donations of The Northridge Beautification Foundation, one of CSUN’s and the department’s greatest community partners. The award recognizes a student who has demonstrated significant community engagement and/or service in Northridge or another neighborhood.
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The deadline to apply for the above scholarships is March 29, 2019.
Other Planning Scholarships:
- Association For Women In Architecture Foundation Scholarship
- California Association of Professional Employees (CAPE) Career Track Scholarship
- California Planning Foundation Scholarship
- California Transportation Foundation Scholarship
- Railway Association of Southern California Scholarship
- Association for Women in Architecture (WTS-LA) Scholarship