The San Francisco State University Costco Scholarship in the College of Ethnic Studies is available to students who are in their junior or senior year at San Francisco State University at the time of the award. Students applying must have ﬁnancial need as determined by the Ofﬁce of Student Financial Aid. Preference will be given to economically and educationally disadvantaged students who are committed to helping others with similar backgrounds. Students must have a GPA of 3.0 to apply. The award is equivalent to tuition fees for each semester. The scholarship is renewable for three years on the condition that the student completes 24 units per academic year and maintains satisfactory academic progress with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or special review.
The James Akira Hirabayashi
Person for All Seasons Scholarship Fund
James Akira Hirabayashi (10/31/1926 to 5/23/2012) was the founding dean of the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University. He subsequently served as
the Dean of Undergraduate Studies and retired as a Professor Emeritus. His courage, intellectual integrity, and ability to communicate across various communities made him a man for all seasons. Hirabayashi's career accomplishments are balanced by wide community service, quiet strength, and generosity. He taught and mentored hundreds of people over decades from all disciplines—not just a professor but as a guitarist, jeweler, Asian American Theater Company actor, softball pitcher, Mongolian griddle gourmet cook, husband, and father. This scholarship is being offered to support upper division undergraduate students who seek to be persons for all seasons and are considering a career that is interdisciplinary and in public service. The scholarship will be awarded in the fall semester. Two awards will be funded for $1000 each. The scholarship is non-renewable. Recipient may only receive this scholarship one time.
D. Phillip McGee Memorial Scholarship Fund
The D. Phillip McGee Memorial Scholarship Fund will award $1000 to one student who is in their junior or senior year at San Francisco State University at the time of the award. Students applying must have ﬁnancial need as determined by the Ofﬁce of Student Financial Aid and minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference will be given to economically disadvantaged students who are committed to helping others with similar backgrounds.
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