We are grateful for the assistance of alumni, family, and friends of the university who have so generously invested in the success of LMU students. Most scholarships are awarded by the Financial Aid Office and do not require that students complete a special application. However, to be considered for any scholarships, students must apply for financial aid.

Scholarships that require a separate application will be advertised either on the Financial Aid website or by a direct mailing to eligible students throughout the school year.

* = These scholarships are usually funded annually. Funding for the following scholarships cannot be guaranteed.

  • Accounting Advisory Board Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students in the Masters of Accounting Program. Selections are made by the chair of the Accounting Department in consultation with the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Accounting Alumni Association Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are majoring in accounting. The selection is made by the Chair of the Accounting department.

    Accounting Alumni Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate and graduate accounting majors. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration in conjunction with the chair of the Accounting Department.

    Accounting Department Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate accounting majors or graduate students in the Masters of Accounting Program. Selections are made by the chair of the Accounting department in conjunction with the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Accounting Faculty Emeriti Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports accounting majors in CBA. Undergraduate or Graduate Master's in accounting students. Financial need considered but not required. Juniors: 3.2 overall GPA and 3.0 accounting GPA. Sophomores: 3.2 overall GPA and a B+ or higher in Financial Accounting. Selections made by Chair of Accounting in collaboration with Dean of CBA.

    Carl W. Ackerman Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are academically deserving and have a financial need.

    Mary Mastrovich Adams Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who show academic promise by maintaining a 3.0 or above GPA, are actively engaged in the choral music program, and have financial need. Students do not have to have extreme need but can be middle income. Selections are made by the director of Choral Activities in consultation with the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts

    African American Alumni Association Scholarship*

    This scholarship is awarded to students who are incoming freshman and have demonstrated financial need, academic achievement and exhibit leadership through their service to the African American community and participation in extra-curricular activities. This is a four year scholarship opportunity for students who continue to maintain the minimum requirements.

    AFROTC Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports an LMU undergraduate student who is an active participant in Detachment 40, LMU's AFRTOC department. Financial need and academic merit are not deciding factors. Selections are made by the Commander of Detachment 040 or appropriate designee.

    Laura and Jess Aguirre Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students pursuing a degree in the College of Business Administration. Students of all class standings are eligible. Preference will be given to first generation college students or students of Mexican or Mexican American descent. Students must demonstrate financial need. Selections made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Ahmanson Foundation Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students majoring in business, theology, engineering, or active in the pre-law program and who have a financial need.

    Ahmanson Veterans Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports full-time undergraduate or graduate students who are in good academic standing. Eligible students are veterans of the United States Military who are eligible for the post-911 GI Bill. A student's financial need can be considered. Selection made by the director of Student Engagement, Retention and Transition and approved by the Senior Vice President of Student Affairs in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Alliance of Women Philanthropists Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or gradaute students who have financial need, good academic standing and are leaders in their community. Qualified students will need to complete an application process including an essay. Previous recipients must reapply annually to be considered for renewal. 

    Alpha Delta Gamma Scholarship

    This scholarship is awarded to students who are academically deserving, are current members of the Lambda Chapter of ADG, or the son, daughter, brother, sister, grandson, granddaughter or other direct relative of a chapter member alumnus. Students should exemplify the spirit of the 5 S's (spiritual, scholastic, service, school spirit, and social). Selection by the ADG Scholarship Selection Committee (facilitated by Donor Relations) in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office. Scholarship recipients must agree to be enrolled at LMU for the upcoming academic year, and if the recipient is an active member of the Lambda Chapter, he must remain an active member in good standing for the upcoming year.

    Alpha Sigma Nu National Jesuit Honor Society Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports academically outstanding students who have a financial need. Recipients should be active members of LMU's chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu and are selected by ASN in collaboration with the Financial Aid Office.

    Donald and Michele Alvarado Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate and graduate students who complete the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship application process and are first generation students attending college/university. Preference for Latino students. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Arthur Andersen Accounting Scholarship

    This scholarship supports minority students who are majoring in accounting. It is awarded by the College of Business Administration.

    Arthur Andersen and Company Alumni Scholarship

    This scholarship supports minority students who are majoring in accounting with financial need. Selection are made by the chair of the Accounting Department in conjunction with the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Robert '00 MBA '04 and Megan '07 CRED '11 Anderson Scholarship*

    This supports undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need.

    Dolores Angelo Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need and are deserving.

    Anonymous LMU Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need.

    Pedro Arrupe, S.J. Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are academically deserving through a competitive process. International students are eligible. Selections are made by the Admissions Office and the Financial Aid Office.

    Art & Art History Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts who are either art history or studio arts majors. This scholarship is merit and need based with a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above. Selections are made by the chair of the Art and Art History department in consultation with the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Asian Pacific Studies Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students majoring or minoring in Asian Pacific Studies. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Robert and Lois Atherton Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are full-time undergraduates majoring in business or engineering who maintain a 2.5 minimum GPA. Preference for freshmen or sophomore students to be renewable through their senior year if they continue to meet the criteria. Applicant must write a paragraph to explain why they are deserving. Selections are made by the University Scholarship Selection Committee.

    Athletics Director's Scholarship

    This scholarship supports student athletes. Selections are made by the Athletic Director.

    Argelia Atilano Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate incoming freshman through the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship application process. Preference for female, Latina students who are first generation students to attend college. Preference for graduates from James A. Garfield High School, if there are no students from Garfield High School that are eligible then a student from a public high school in Los Angeles County who meet all other criteria. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Elias Atol Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, National Guard) and enrolled in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. Recipients must show academic promise and have financial need. Students are eligible for renewal if they continue to meet the criteria and are deemed worthy. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Georgianna "Charlie" Atol Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports English majors with financial need. Recipients must be U.S. citizens and pursuing a career in teaching English. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    AYCE Meal Plan Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are juniors, seniors and 5th year seniors assigned to the on-campus apartments or are commuting. Students must be enrolled in 12 or more units each semester and have a minimum GPA of 2.0. Students must enroll and remain in the L, I or O Meal plan for the full semester. Eligible students must have financial need with awarding priority starting with the neediest students.

  • Madeline Bagby Dance Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports talented and deserving undergraduate students who have a major or minor in Dance with a 3.0 minimum GPA. Selections will be merit based, financial need is not required. Selections will be made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in consultation with the chair of the Dance department. $5,000 is to be awarded annually. One or two student recipient(s) selected each academic year (not less than $2,500) awarded per student.

    James E. and Mary Bahan Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are academically deserving and have a financial need.

    Bannan/Western Gear Engineering Scholarship

    This scholarship supports outstanding students in the College of Science and Engineering who are majoring in an Engineering discipline. Selections are made by the dean of the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Bannan Presidential Scholarship

    This scholarship supports entering freshmen who are selected for an LMU Presidential Scholarship. Award will be based on academic achievement and not financial need. Selections are made upon recommendation by the Office of the President.

    Virginia Barnelle Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are theatre arts majors. Selections are made by the chair of the Theatre Arts Department in conjunction with the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Barto Family Foundation PLACE Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students who are participating in the PLACE Corps program. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    BCLA Advisory Board Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who have a major or minor in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, who have a 3.0 or above GPA and have academic promise. Financial need is not required but students with unmet need will be provided special consideration. Eligible students recommended by BCLA faculty will be asked to apply. Selections are made by the BCLA Board Scholarship Selection Committee in conjunction with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Louis D. Beaumont Foundation Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are academically deserving and have financial need.

    Belles Endowed Scholarship

    To support students involved in the Belles service organization.

    Rhonda M. Bethea Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports student who have applied through the African American Alumni Association scholarship process and demonstrate high academic merit. Students eligibility for the AAAA scholarship have financial need and are involved in the community.

    Bioethics Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students admitted to BCLA's Bioethics Institute's masters program who are academically worthy. Selections are made by the graduate director of the Bioethics Institute in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Dr. Halbert Blair Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students majoring in Music with an emphasis in voice. Recipients must participate in the Opera Workshop, be members of University Choruses, and maintain excellent academic standing. Selections are made by the Music Department in conjunction with the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Block Family Theater Arts Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports CFA students majoring in Theater Arts with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must have demonstrated financial need. Must be talented and deserving. Selected by Dean of CFA in consultation with the Chair of the Theater and Arts Department.

    Peter and Stacy Boesen Endowed SOE Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Education. Student recipient(s) to be identified by the dean of the School of Education.

    Barbara Bonney Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students with academic merit who are either undergraduate or graduate students with a preference given to students active in campus ministry and/or pursing a degree within the theological studies department. Financial need may be considered in selecting the recipient. Selections are made by the Financial Aid Office based on recommendations from Campus Ministry and the Theology Department

    Grover L. Bossert Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are academically deserving and have a financial need.

    Margaret and Guy Bove Fund for Student Leadership

    This scholarship supports students who are leaders in the LMU community.

    R. Breen Graduate Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Film and Television. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    The Alberta Brinson Moore Leadership Scholarship

    This scholarship supports African American students who have demonstrated academic potential with a preference for those with financial need.

    Patricia Brisnehan Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students of Native American descent or graduate students who are members of a religious community. Must be in good academic standing. If multiple candidates, preference given to students of junior or senior standing.

    Albert R. Broccoli Scholarship

    This scholarship supports film students who have a financial need. It is awarded by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Henry Bromell Fellowship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students majoring in screenwriting. Student will complete application that will be reviewed by SFTV faculty/staff. Selected by the dean of the School of Film and Television in conjunction with the selection committee.

    Bronson Women's Basketball Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are members of the women's basketball team. Selections made by Coach of Womens Basketball team and Athletics Director

    Harold Brooks Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have applied through the African American Alumni Association scholarship program.

    Rae Linda Brown Scholars Program Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports first generation students who are eligible and apply through the African American Alumni Association Scholarship as an incoming freshman. Student must be involved in the First to Go Program, have academic potential and demonstrated financial need. Selected by the African American Alumni Association in consultation with the First To Go Director. 

    Ron and Kathy Brown Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration with a GPA of 3.0 or greater. Students must have demonstrated financial need, and preference is given to students from Phoenix, AZ.

    William W. and Rosemary Shea Brown Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students enrolled in the College of Business Administration who have a cumulative GPA between 3.0 and 3.5. Financial need can be considered. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Thomas and Christine Brown Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports two graduate students enrolled in the School of Education who have a 3.5 GPA or higher. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Lisa and Erwin Bucy Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in finance or marketing in the College of Business Administration.

    Russ Buckley Memorial Athletic Scholarship

    This scholarship supports fifth year student athletes, or undergraduate student athletes who have completed their NCAA Division I eligibility, or undergraduate student athletes who are injured and can no longer compete at the NCAA Division I level. Recipients must be at least half-time status carrying at least 6 units.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Beck Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Boschetto Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Carpenter Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/David J. and Claudia Zuercher Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Dean Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Jesuit Community Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/John B. and Nelly Llanos Kilroy Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Joan Payden Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Jordan Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Julie Rollofson Teel and Michael Teel

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/KLM Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Lack Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Lanni Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Markos Tambakeras Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/McMahon Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Robert J. Abernethy Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Roges Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Ron and Kathy Brown Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Rosemary L. Turner Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Stephen F. Page Family Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/University Hill Westchester

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    David W. Burcham Family Scholarship/William H. Hannon Foundation Award

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    Martin J. Burke Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students from a middle income family with financial need. Preference will be given to students who are interested in pursuing a career in law.

    Burrell Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports a deserving student with a 3.0 GPA or higher and demonstrated financial need.

    Business Affiliates Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students enrolled in the College of Business Administration who have financial need. Selections made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Barbara J. Busse Endowed Scholarship

    To support undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts. Must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 and be deserving and talented.

    Sr. Martin Byrne, R.S.H.M. Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports a top senior finance major. Preference may be given to students with an interest in international finance. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

  • Rev. Patrick J. Cahalan, S.J. Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who graduated from Loyola High School. 

    Edgar D. Cahn Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports talented students who have financial need. Recipients should be enrolled in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, and participate in the University Honors Program. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and the director of the Honors Program.

    Joseph Callinan Scholarship for Mechanical Engineering

    This scholarship support undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Science and Engineering studying Mechanical Engineering. Must have demonstrated financial need and be in good academic standing. Selected by the dean of the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering in consultation with the chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department.

    Peter B. Caloyeras Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have academic merit and participate in the Summer Odyssey Program offered through the Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies. Preference is given to students who have financial need. Selections are made by the Director of the Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies or their delegate.

    Louis J. Canepa Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are academically deserving and have a financial need.

    Cecilia Walsh Cantlay Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are academically deserving and have a financial need.

    Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary High School Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are alumni/ae of Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary High School. Students must by academically deserving and have financial need. Must be a full time undergraduate student in good standing. It is a four or five year scholarship covering tuition, books and/or room and board in full or partially.

    Otto A. Carabba III Scholarship

    This scholarship that supports female students, with senior standing majoring in English with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Selection can be made on either financial need or academic achievement.

    Frank Casado Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students with an interest in music, politics, or journalism with a financial need. A preference is given to Latina/o students.

    Eric and Cynthia Castelblanco Scholarship in Accounting*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate accounting students in the College of Business Administration.

    Edna Van Wart Castera Scholarship

    This scholarship supports worthy female students who have financial need.

    Mary Canepa Castruccio Scholarship

    This scholarship supports one or more female students in the School of Education. It is to be awarded in the final semester prior receiving a teaching credential or graduate degree in the field of education (focusing on classroom teachers). Must be a US Citizen, be currently employed as a teacher in either a public or private accredited K-12 school. Selection can be based on either financial need or academic merit. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Catholic Press Council Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving seniors or graduate students who have creative promise, demonstrate productivity, and a financially need. Preference is given to students who, without financial assistance, could not complete a creative project. It is awarded by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    CATS: Communication and Fine Arts Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students based on talent and experience. It is awarded by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in collaboration with the chairs of the Art and Art History, Dance, Music, and Theatre Arts Departments.

    CATS: Film and Television Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students in the school of Film and Television who have shown talent and experience in their field. It is awarded by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    CFA Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts who have a financial need. It is awarded by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    CFA Art and Art History Scholarship*

    This scholarship provides support to undergraduate Studio Arts and Art History majors in CFA. Must have Financial need. Selections made by dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in consultation with the chair of Studio Arts. 

    CFA Council Scholarship*

    The CFA Council Scholarship supports students based on talent and experience. Students will be recommended by CFA faculty and asked to apply. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    CFA Dance Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts who are talented and deserving and majoring in dance. Selections are made by the chair of the Dance Department in conjunction with the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    CFA Music Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in music with demonstrated financial need. Selections made by Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in consultation with chair of Music department.

    CFA Visual and Performing Arts Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports talented and deserving undergraduate students majoring in studio arts, art history, dance, music or theatre arts in the College of Communication and Fine Arts. Students must have demonstrated financial need. Selections made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Samuel Chami and Family Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students studying Computer Science in the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering who have demonstrated financial need. Selections made by the dean of the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Dr. Stanley Chan Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students from the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Chancellor's Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship provides support for needy and deserving students. Selections are made by LMU's Chancellor through a separate application process.

    Chancellor's Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship provides support for needy and deserving students. Selections are made by LMU's Chancellor through a separate application process.

    Rev. Maurice Chase Scholarship

    This scholarship supports Catholic students who are academically deserving with a financial need.

    Dr. Alan Cherry Endowed Scholarship in Accounting

    This scholarship supports undergraduate accounting majors in their senior year, so accounting GPA is based on majority upper-division accounting courses. Minimum overall GPA: 3.50. Minimum accounting GPA: 3.65. If no undergraduate meets the GPA requirements, then a Master's student who was an LMU undergraduate and who met the GPA requirements is acceptable. Financial need considered but primarily on merit

    Peter and Avis Cheung Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in the School of Film and Television. Selections are based on merit or financial need. Student's work must speak to strong ethical considerations in making choices that create positive images and stories.

    Rev. Peter Ciklic Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports deserving undergraduate psychology majors. Preference for students with a 3.0 GPA or better. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Henry Cisneros Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have completed the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship application process. Must be interested and involved in public service and majoring in fields that either directly or indirectly affect public service. Preference for students of Latino descent. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Cisneros Foundation Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports Latino undergraduate students. Must be first generation in their family to attend college. Recipients selected by the Latino Alumni Association.

    Class of 1980 Endowed Scholarship in Accounting

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in accounting in the College of Business Administration. Students must be in good academic standing. Financial need should be considered. Minimum GPA 2.7 (accounting courses), 3.0 overall.

    Class of 1952 Scholarship

    This scholarship supports Catholic, male students who are children of alumni of the University.

    Class of '62 Alumni Scholarship*

    To support undergraduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need

    Class of 1956 Legacy Scholarship

    This scholarship supports continuing students (who entered LMU as freshman) with at least 60 semester hours of undergraduate study completed before the actual awarding of the scholarship. Must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0, and have demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to the children, grandchildren and/or great grandchildren of alumni/alumnae of Loyola University, Marymount College, and Loyola Marymount University. Consideration will be given to students for their involvement in service activities or organizations and campus extracurricular activities or organizations.

    Class of 1972 Alumni Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are children of alumni of the University. Based on academic achievement or financial need.

    Coca-Cola First-Generation Scholarship in CBA*

    Coca-Cola First-Generation Scholarship in CBA Scholarship to first-generation students (LMU will award these scholarships using the definition of first-generation applied by The Coca-Cola Foundation: a student whose parents and siblings have not attended college.). Enrolled in the College of Business Administration. 10-20 one year need based scholarships in the amount of $5,000-$10,000 each for the 17-18 academic year. Minimum 3.0 GPA - for current students, entering freshman HS GPA of 3.0 or better, transfer students GPA 3.0. Financial need required. Participation in LMU's First To Go mentoring program (either currently or a commitment to participate).

    College of Business Administration Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student enrolled in CBA, or a graduate student in the MBA program. Mus have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. Selection can be based on merit or financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Joseph Edgar Collins Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are academically deserving.

    Sr. Mary David Collins, R.S.H.M. Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports female students who are majoring in a field within the fine arts. Must show financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the chair of the Art and Art History Department.

    Communication and Fine Arts Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate and graduate students in CFA with good academic standing. Selections will be made based on merit or financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Communication Studies Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need majoring in communication studies. Preference will be given to a promising scholar of demonstrated talent and students who demonstrate a commitment to pursuing a career as a communication professional in a business environment. Selections are made by the chair of the Communication Studies Department in conjunction with the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Joanne Connolly, S.S.L. Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing. Must be a first generation college student with demonstrated financial need. Preference for students involved in service and leadership as well as students using on or off campus work to assist in paying for their education. Selections made by a committee of representatives from Student Leadership, Development and the First to Go Program as well as the Senior Vice President of Student Affairs.

    Warren and Elizabeth Conrad Scholarship for the Blind

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are declared blind or legally blind by federal law, with a written confirmation from an ophthalmologist. Students must have graduated from an accredited high school no earlier than 10 years prior to the date of the scholarship being awarded.

    Rachel and Moses Cordova Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration, with demonstrated financial need and GPA of 3.5 or higher

    Cosgrove Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students who are enrolled full-time in the School of Film and Television (production, recording arts, animation or screenwriting), who have financial need and exhibit exceptional or unique promise for continued creative and academic excellence and achievement. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Dorothy and Robert Courtney Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need.

    Cox Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are eligible and apply through the AAAA scholarship process as an incoming freshman or transfer student. Scholarship is renewable for 4 years as long as student maintains eligibility. Preference to students in SCE, BCLA and SFTV. Must have demonstrated financial need.

    Judge Brian Dockweiler Crahan Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate history majors who are residents of California and have financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    William M. Crosson Family Endowed Marketing Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate marketing students in the College of Business Administration. Students must have financial need and a minimum GPA of 3.0.

    Rev. Jerome L. Cummings Scholarship

    This scholarship supports first year students with financial need for one year. Recipients must have earned at least a 3.0 GPA in high school and be a student in either the College of Business Administration or the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering. The student must show an interest in activities outside of school and must be a resident of the Southern California coastal area.

  • Muriel B. D'Amico Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are re-entering college after a prolonged leave who have demonstrated academic achievement and have financial need. Student must be currently enrolled in at least 6 units. A preference is given to female students.

    Daguerre Scholarship

    This scholarship supports worthy undergraduate students with financial need. A preference is given to students from Orange County.

    Frank C. and Mary L. Daley Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students participating in pre-law or pre-health programs or attending Loyola Law School.

    Frank Daly Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering who show academic achievement and demonstrate financial need. First preference is given to Physics majors, if that is not possible then students majoring in other programs in Seaver College may be considered. Selections are made by the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Herbert Darling III Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship is awarded to students who are double majoring in programs in both the College of Business Administration and the School of Film and Television. If no such students are available, it is available to students enrolled in programs in either CBA or SFTV. The student should show academic promise. Preference will be given to members of Sigma Chi fraternity and preference for students from New Hampshire or New England. Selections are made by the University Scholarship Selection Committee.

    Mary Katherine Dasaro Endowed Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students in the School of Education who are preparing to be elementary school teachers and are in the process of completing their student-teaching component of their course work. It may be awarded on the basis of either need or academic merit. Funds can be awarded to more than one student. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education. 

    Dorothy and William Davila Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student with demonstrated financial need. Parents work in the food industry in California or Nevada. Must be a U.S. Citizen. For incoming freshman, must have a 3.0 high school GPA and a 1,100 verbal/math combined SAT score. For incoming transfer student, must have a 3.0 college GPA. Currently enrolled students must have a 3.0 LMU GPA. Students may be renewed for up to 4 years as long as they maintain 3.0 GPA and continue to have demonstrated financial need.

    Keven J. Davis Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports student who are eligible and apply through the African American Alumni Association scholarship process as an incoming freshman or transfer student. Students must have demonstrated financial need and involvement in the community. Preference given to students in SFTV or CFA as a studio arts major.

    B. Dade Davis and Helen Mohan Davis Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship provides support to students who are residents of San Bernardino Country and pursuing a graduate degree in specific areas at LMU.

    Pierce J. Davison Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports an undergradaute student in the College of Business Administration who is also majoring or minoring in environmental sciences or environmental studies.

    Mr. and Mrs. William J. Daze, Sr. Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students with a proven academic record and a financial need.

    Dean Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who attended a public high school and are involved in service to their community. Selections are made by the University Scholarship Selection Committee.

    Degheri Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate and graduate students who are academically deserving.

    Delta Gamma Epsilon Zeta Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are active members of the Epsilon Zeta chapter of Delta Gamma. Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above, have demonstrated financial need and be in good standing with the University and the fraternity. In addition, applicants must answer the required essay.

    Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports members in good standing of Delta Sigma Pi fraternity who have participated in 50% of fraternity events outside of the general business meetings (verified by the fraternity). Students make have a minimum of a 2.7 GPA and be working a minimum of 10 hours per week to help with college costs. Financial ability of parents may not be considered. Student must turn in 100 word or less essay on what the Fraternity has taught them. Selection committee and Faculty Adviser will select best essays and prepare final selection to be submitted to Financial Aid Office. The Faculty Adviser will formally submit a memo outlining the chosen student.

    Mary S. DeMartini Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students who are studying Science or Pre-Med that are engaged in studies which might lead to improved understanding or care of human eyes, ears, and throats. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Science and Engineering and the Financial Aid Office.

    Demos Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Greek Life community who have demonstrated financial need. Students must demonstrate leadership or leadership potential in the Greek Life community, be in good academic standing and be a member in good standing in a registered LMU National Panhellenic Conference Sorority. Selections are made by the Director of Greek Life, Director of Student Leadership and Development and the Assistant Director of Student Leadership and Development in conjunction with Financial Aid Office.

    James M. and Dorothy E. Deveny Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports mathematics majors who maintain a 3.0 GPA. Selections are made by the chair of the Mathematics department and the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    David S. and Pamela K. DeVito Center for Catholic Education Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in one of the School of Education's Catholic education programs: PLACE, CAST, Catholic School Leadership Academy, Catholic Inclusion, and Educational Leadership for Social Justice. Must have good academic standing. Financial need and/or merit can be considered. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Dial/Drollinger Endowed Scholarship for Summer Research in Science

    This scholarship supports summer research in the science program of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Elissa and John L. Di Carlo Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate accounting students in the College of Business Administration. 

     

    Digiovanni Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are memebers of the PLACE Corps who are serving in the Diocese of Orange. Four recipients, with awards divided equally. Allocated by the dean of the School of Education. 

    Camilla Digiovanni Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students whose parents have not received a college degree. Students must have demonstrated financial need and good academic standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference for one male and one female of Hispanic or Latino/a origin. Selections to be made as incoming freshman with renewal for four years if students continue to meet above criteria. Selections made by the director of the First to Go Program in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Kedric and Julie Dines Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are eligible and apply through the African American Alumni Association scholarship process as an incoming freshman. Eligibility for the AAAA scholarship is financial need and involvement in the community.

    Caroline Dockrell and William Goodin MBA Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the College of Business Administration. 

    Julia Stearns Dockweiler Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate history majors who have shown strong academic accomplishment and have experience in student leadership. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Loretta Clougherty Dodd '61 Presidential Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are selected for an LMU Presidential Scholarship. Preference is given to graduates of Sacred Heart High School and Loyola High School.

    Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation Scholarship in the Center for Catholic Education*

    This scholarship, in the Center for Catholic Education, supports students participating in the PLACE Corps and CAST program who are dedicated to serving as Catholic educators. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need. This scholarship has no merit restrictions.

    Florence K. and Vincent M. Downey Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are academically deserving and have financial need.

    Dreier Family School of Film and Television Scholarship

    This scholarship supports an undergraduate student in the School of Film and Television majoring in Production who shows academic merit. Financial need is not a factor in this scholarship. One scholarship recipient is selected each year and the student is eligible for renewal if they continue to meet the criteria and are deemed a worthy recipient. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Dreier Family Accounting Scholarship

    This scholarship supports an undergraduate student in the College of Business Administration majoring in Accounting who shows academic merit. Financial need is not a factor in this scholarship. One scholarship recipient is selected each year and the student is eligible for renewal if he/she continues to meet the criteria and  is deemed a worthy recipient. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration and the chair of the Accounting department.

    Dreier Family Dance Scholarship

    This scholarship supports an undergraduate student in the College of Communication and Fine Arts majoring in Dance who shows academic merit. Financial need is not a factor in this scholarship. One scholarship recipient is selected each year and the student is eligible for renewal if he/she continues to meet the criteria and is deemed a worthy recipient. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Dreier Family Education Scholarship

    This scholarship supports a graduate student in the School of Education who shows academic merit. Financial need is not a factor in this scholarship. One scholarship recipient is selected each year and the student is eligible for renewal if he/she continues to meet the criteria and is deemed a worthy recipient. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Dreier Family AFROTC Scholarship

    This scholarship supports an undergraduate LMU student enrolled in the AFROTC Detachment 040 who shows academic merit. Financial need is not a factor in this scholarship. One scholarship recipient is selected each year and the student is eligible for renewal if he/she continues to meet the criteria and is deemed a worthy recipient. Selections are made by the Commander of Detachment 040 (Chair of Aerospace Studies Department) or appropriate designee.

    Howard B. Drollinger Entrepreneurship Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students enrolled in the Entrepreneurship Program who have demonstrated financial need. The scholarship is renewable at the discretion of the Director the Entrepreneurship program if criteria continues to be met. Selections are made by the director of the Entrepreneurship program.

    Dugan Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are enrolled full-time in the College of Science and Engineering who has financial need and is academically deserving. It is awarded by the dean.

    George A.V. Dunning Annual Scholarship in Music*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student majoring in music. Selection based on financial need and academic standing. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in consultation with the chair of the Music department.

    George A.V. Dunning Music Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students with financial need who are either piano majors, voice majors, or stringed instrument majors. Breakdown of awards per annual distribution should be as follows: 1/2 to piano majors; 1/4 to voice majors and 1/4 to stringed instruments majors. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts, the director of the Choral Program, and chair of the Music department.

  • Elios Foundation Modern Greek Fund*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate BCLA students in Good Academic standing. Student participating in the Center's program and consistent with the Elios mission.

    Endlein Scholarship*

    The Endlein Scholarship supports graduate student who are deserving and have demonstrated financial need. Preference given to students who are at least one quarter American Indian or African American. Selected by the Graduate Division.

    Charles Engelhard Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Visual Performing Arts in CFA. Financial Need Required. Must have good academic standing. Must be talented and deserving. Selections made by Chairs of Art & Art History Dance Theatre and/or Music in consultation with Dean of CFA.

    Michael E. Engh, S.J. Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. Students must have a 3.3 GPA or higher. Preference for those students who demonstrate a significant financial hardship. Deserving students, merit based academically gifted. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Engs Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Communication Studies in CFA. Student must have demonstrated financial need and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better. Selections made by the Dean of CFA in consultation with the chair of Communication Studies Department.

    Ernst and Young Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in accounting with junior standing. Scholarship selection is based on accounting GPA and overall GPA and interest in public accounting.

    Escardie Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are graduates of Loyola High School.

    Marcela Escobar-Alava Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate Latina students majoring in in Applied Information Management System (AIMS). Second preference for Latina majoring in other CBA fields.

  • Alan H. Falcon Annual Accounting Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students majoring in accounting in the College of Business Administration (minors not considered). Minimum GPA 3.3 and Accounting GPA 3.3. Financial need is considered.

    Alan H. Falcon Endowed Accounting Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students majoring in accounting in the College of Business Administration (minors not considered). Minimum GPA 3.3 and Accounting GPA 3.3. Financial need is considered.

    John Eugene Farnan and Sydney Jeanne Farnan Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need.

    Fehn Family Scholarship in the College of Business Administration*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in management in the College of Business Administration. Student must have a part-time job while enrolled at LMU to be eligible for the scholarship. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration or delegate.

    Paul G. Feit '89 Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who graduated from either Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana or Verbum Dei High School in Los Angeles who have financial need. Preference is for incoming freshman and male students.

    Paul and Patti Fieberg Baseball Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are members of the LMU Baseball team. Preference is given to the catcher of the team. Selections made by the head baseball coach in conjunction with the Director of Athletics.

    SFTV Fieberg Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the School of Film and Television that exhibit talent in their chosen field and have financial need. Selections made by the Dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Financial Aid Office Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have lost a parent and have demonstrated financial need.

    Anita Finie School of Education Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students enrolled in the School of Education's PLACE Corps. Students must have financial need and academic merit. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    William F. Fitzgerald Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts who are female OR minority OR have financial need. Selections are made by the Institute for Leadership Studies in conjunction with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Fletcher Jones Foundation Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need.

    Flores-Watase Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate Latino/a students with demonstrated financial aid. Students must complete the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship application process. Preference given to students of Mexican and Mexican-American descent, and students of all class standings are eligible.

    Bob and Betty Jean Forgnone Golf Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are members of the LMU Golf Team. Selections made by the LMU Golf Coach in consultation with the Athletic Director. 

    Charles Robert Forgnone Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports studio art majors who are academically deserving, have financial need, and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Dr. James Foxworthy Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate freshman, sophomore, junior or senior students majoring in Civil Engineering who have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Science and Engineering and the chair of the Civil Engineering department.

    Franciscan Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are members of the Western Province of Franciscan O.F.M. The funds can be used for tuition for either a graduate or undergraduate program or for workshops or continuing education programs.

    J.C. and Kristi Frey Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate accounting majors. Recipients must maintain at least a 3.25 overall GPA and at least a 3.0 GPA within the major. Involvement in extracurricular activities. Financial need considered. Selections are made by the chair of the Accounting Department and the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Andrea Kingaard Friedman Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students majoring in Art or Art History who demonstrate talent in the field as judged by the College of Communication and Fine Arts. Financial need is not required. Selections are made by the chair of the Art and Art History department and the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Andrea Kingaard Friedman Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in art or art history with demonstrated talent in their field. Must participate in the Annual Student Art Exhibition. Financial need NOT required.

    Eudice L. Friedman Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports qualified female students with financial need who has a desire to prepare for a career in medicine. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Science and Engineering in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Fritzsche Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with a preference for students who are Catholic.

    Paul and Dolores Fry Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need.

    Fr. William J. Fulco, S.J. Balanced Living Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports academically deserving, student selections based on essay submission and interview, Essay should be 100 words or less and focused on how students are living a balanced life through leadership, scholastics, athletics, and service involvements. Financial need not a factor.

  • Judy Scalin and Loren Garretson Dance Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in dance who are talented and deserving. Students must display a commitment to serving the community and demonstrate financial need. Selections made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in conjunction with the chair of the Dance Department.

    John A. Garstka Accounting Scholarship

    This scholarship supports one recipient per year based on financial need and academic ability. Students must be an undergraduate majoring in accounting who has completed 45 or more semester credit hours at the time of the application. Must have a 3.25 or higher cumulative GPA. Candidates must have completed Financial Accounting (ACCT 2110) with a B+ or higher and be enrolled in or have completed (at the time of the application) Accounting Information for Decision Making (ACCT 2120) with a grade of B or higher. Candidate should be involved in extracurricular activities or employed a significant numbers of hours per week. Selections are made by the Chair of Accounting department in collaboration with the Dean of the College of Business Administration.

    John A. Garstka AFROTC Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students in the LMU AFROTC program. It is awarded to an LMU sophomore who will participate in the AFROTC Summer Camp and return as a junior in the AFROTC program the following Fall. They must have a cumulative GPA of 2.25 or higher and have financial need. One recipient per year. This scholarship is not renewable. Recipient to be selected by the LMU AFROTC department in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Rita Piumetti Garvin Scholarship

    This scholarship supports first generation undergraduate college students who achieve a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher and an SAT score of at least 1100 and have demonstrated leadership in high school, community involvement, church service, or work experience. Students must be enrolled in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and be a permanent resident of California, Arizona, Oregon, or Washington. This scholarship is intended as a four year commitment for each student, with new selections taking place every 4 years. Students will continue to receive the scholarship for eight consecutive semesters if they are a full time student (minimum of 12 units) while maintaining a 3.0 GPA and demonstrate leadership in the LMU community, workplace, or in the community at large. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Garvin Marketing Scholarship

    This scholarship supports junior or senior students majoring in Business with an emphasis in Marketing who have achieved a minimum GPA of 3.2. An application is required for this scholarship that will be run through the marketing department. Selections are made by an awards committee in the Marketing department in conjunction with the dean of the College of Business Administration. Please contact the Marketing department for application information.

    Anatolia Etcheverry de Gaviña Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students attending LMU full time. Students must have financial need, have shown academic merit, must be LAA Eligible, and must complete the LAA application process. Additionally, students must be pursuing a degree in Liberal Studies, Education, or Theological Studies. This scholarship is awarded by the Latino Alumni Association.

    Virgil L. Gentry Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need.

    GKB Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports female undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration. Preference given to minority students (African American or Latino). Need based. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    George W. Goman Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who have financial need and who have been residents of Los Angeles County for at least five years prior to applying to LMU. Preference is given to students who, without financial assistance, could not otherwise attend LMU.

    Archbishop Jose H. Gomez Catholic Association of Latino Leaders Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate Latino or Latina students from parochial schools. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    The Gouché Foundation Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate African-American students at LMU. Selections made by the African Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Graduate Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students pursuing a graduate degree at LMU. Selections are made by the Graduate Division.

    Dr. Michael D. Grady Endowed Scholarship in Mathematics

    This scholarship in Mathematics supports one student per year - an undergraduate student majoring in Mathematics who is a sophomore or higher standing. Student must be involved in service activities either on or off campus (i.e. member of a service organization; volunteer in their community, etc.). Student must have high academic achievement or promise. Need may be considered but is not required. Selector(s) can consider a student for renewal but it is not guaranteed. Selections made by the chair of the Math department in consultation with the Dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Victoria L. Graf Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports non-cohorted graduate students enrolled in Special Education who are pursuing an Education Specialist credential. While merit based, students with financial need will also be considered. Recipient(s) to be selected by the dean of the School of Education in consultation with the program director. 

    Green Hills Memorial Park/Ray & Vivian Frew Annual Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students, with demonstrated financial need, majoring in accounting in the College of Business Administration.

    Linkey Booth Green Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students in the College of Business Administration. Entering freshmen must have a GPA of at least 3.0, sophomore, junior, or senior students must have a GPA of at least 2.5. Selections are made from the applicant pool by a committee based on recommendations from the Financial Aid Office. An application with an essay answering the question "Who or what inspired you to go to college?" is required.

    Thomas Grojean Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who have financial need and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better. Preference will be given to a College of Business Administration major.

    Robert and Cheryl Gross Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student majoring in engineering. Preference for student majoring in mechanical engineering. Students must be first generation to college. Must have demonstrated financial need.

    Lewis Guerrieri Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports Catholic students.

  • Rosalind Farmans Halikis Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with financial need who are minoring in Modern Greek Studies and have a 3.0 GPA. Students can be renewed if they continue to meet the above criteria. Selections are made by the Director of the Modern Greek Studies program in consultation with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Andrew L. Hannon Electrical Engineering Scholarship

    This scholarship supports junior or senior students majoring in electrical engineering with academic merit and with the promise of successfully completing his or her degree. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Science and Engineering and the chair of the Electrical Engineering department.

    Eugenie B. Hannon Engineering Scholarship

    This scholarship supports Science and Engineering students with sophomore standing or above, who are citizens of the United States and are academically worthy. Selections are made by the Financial Aid Office and the dean of the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    William H. Hannon Science and Engineering Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are United States Citizens and who have been a California resident for more than 2 years. Additionally the students must be a sophomore, junior, or senior who is enrolled in the College of Science and Engineering. Selections are made by the Financial Aid Office and the dean of the College of Science and Engineering.

    Bill Hannon Foundation Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need, academically achieving with a diversity of background.

    Eugenie B. Hannon Freshman Scholarship

    This scholarship supports freshman students with financial need who show academic promise and potential for student leadership and community involvement. This scholarship is a one year only scholarship and can not be renewed.

    William H. Hannon Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are deserving and have demonstrated financial need.

    Donald E. Hanson Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in CFA majoring in art or art history. Must be participating in the ARTsmart mentoring program with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in conjunction with the director of the ARTsmart program.

    Julian Hatcher Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students enrolled in Seaver College, who have senior standing, have financial need, and have high scholastic standing. First preference for students majoring in electrical engineering followed by students of other engineering disciplines. Selection made by the dean of Seaver College of Science and Engineering in conjunction with the chairs of the Engineering departments.

    Joseph and Yvonne Head Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to female students and students who are Latina or African American. Students are eligible for renewal if approved by the dean. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Patricia Hearn School of Education Fund

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Education. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    William Randolph Hearst Foundation Theatre Arts Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate Theatre Arts majors who are first generation students. Must be low income with demonstrated financial need. Must have demonstrated strong artistic merit and leadership. Participation in social justice or community service activities. Must be a US citizen.

    Randolph Hearst Harris Communication Studies Scholarship

    This scholarship provides support for deserving undergraduate students majoring in Communication Studies in the College of Communication and Fine Arts. Selections made by the chair of the Department of Communication Studies in consultation with the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts. 

    Mrs. William Randolph Hearst, Sr. Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with at least a 3.0 GPA and financial need. Preference is given to female students.

    Donald J. Heintzelman and Margaret R. Heintzelman Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving, full-time students with financial need.

    Richard M. Hennessy Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students.

    Lynda Hernandez and Elisa Vasquez Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports two Latino/a students from Bellarmine College; one majoring in Liberal Studies and one majoring in Liberal Arts degree. Recipient to be selected by the Latino Alumni Association scholarship selection committee.

    Heron CBA Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate CBA students in good academic standing majoring in Applied Information Management Systems (AIMS).

    Heron CSE Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing majoring in Mathematics.

    William Hobson College of Business Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students enrolled in the College of Business Administration who are academically deserving or have financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    William Hobson MBA Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving graduate students enrolled in the MBA program who have financial need. Selections are made by the director of the MBA program.

    Hollywood Foreign Press Association Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports seniors or third-year graduate students enrolled in the School of Film and Television for the production of their thesis/graduate films.

    Honors Program Merit Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the LMU Honors Program, selection based on academic merit. Recipient to be selected by Director of the Honors Program in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Honors Program Need Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports full-time undergraduate students enrolled in the LMU Honors Program, selection based on financial need. Recipient to be selected by Director of the Honors Program in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Brenda Renee Horn Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who have shown academic merit and have financial need within the College of Business Administration. For this scholarship, preference will be given to females.

    Mike and Jan Howard Scholarship in the College of Business Administration*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate entrepreneurship and management students in the College of Business Administration. 

    Truman Hutton Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are majoring in Music, with an emphasis on string instruments, who desire to teach or perform after graduation. Students must play violin, viola, cello, or bass, and have an advanced level of playing skill. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the chair of the Music Department.

  • Ignatian Leadership Institute Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need.

    Ignatius Student Enrichment Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are currently enrolled in the College of Business Administration. This scholarship is need-based and preference will be given to those students with an emphasis in Travel and Tourism. Selected by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    International House Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are residents of the International House. 

    Amparo Iturbi Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students majoring in Music, preferably a student with a piano emphasis. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the chair of the Music Department.

  • Charles and Ila Jawetz Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students with a financial need.

    Dr. James A. Jenkins Annual Scholarship*

    Student must be eligible and apply through the African American Alumni Association scholarship process as an incoming freshman (eligibility for the AAAA scholarship is financial need and involvement in the community. Students with 3.0 or higher preferred (2.5 or higher allowed). This scholarship is renewable for four years if the student continues to meet the AAAA Scholarship requirements. Recipient to be selected by the African American Alumni Association scholarship committee.

    Mary Jenkins Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need.

    Jesuit Community Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who attended a Jesuit high school or any Catholic high school in California Students should have a financial need and should be academically deserving, involved as student leader, and active in Christian service activities. Preference is given to students who come families with multiple children in Catholic schools.

    Jewish Studies Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Jewish Studies program. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the director of Jewish Studies.

    Harry Johansing, Sr. Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports male, Catholic students.

    Mrs. Luther Johnson Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need.

    Kenya Jones English Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate English students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Quincy Jones Marketing Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate marketing students in the College of Business Administration.

    Jordan Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration who have demonstrated financial need and has a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Maxine Borowsky Junge Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are female, at least 35 years of age or older, and currently enrolled in the College of Communication and Fine Arts Marital and Family Therapy program. Selections are made by the director of the Marriage and Family Therapy program.

  • George R. Kalbfleisch, Ph.D. Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate Physics majors who are academically exceptional. Selected by the dean of the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering in consultation with the chair of the Physics Department. 

    Mark Kamps Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Film and Television majoring in recording arts and/or sound editing who have financial need. It is awarded by the Financial Aid Office in conjunction with the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Kasimatis Scholarship in honor of Pete Ross '54*

    This scholarship supports continuing undergraduate students majoring in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts who have demonstrated financial need.

    Jerry N. & Linda J. Katz Foundation MBA Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students enrolled in the MBA program while working 40 hours a week, carrying a minimum course load of 6 units. Students must demonstrate financial need. Selections are made by the director of the MBA program.

    Rachelle Katz MBA Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the MBA program in their first year whose GMAT score was 600 or more. Selections are made by the director of the MBA Program.

    William M. Keck, Jr. Foundation Engineering Scholarship

    This scholarship supports engineering students enrolled in the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering. Primarily a merit scholarship. 

    John Keenan Entrepreneurial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students in the Entrepreneurship program who have demonstrated financial need. Preference given to students from a minority background. Selections made by the Keenan Scholarship Committee in conjunction with the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    John L. "Larry" Kelly '57 Annual Psychology Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Psychology in BCLA. In Good Academic Standing. Preference for students with financial need.

    Irving and Stewart Kessler Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports minority students with financial need who are majoring in psychology and involved in activities promoting social justice. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Keys Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in accounting with a 3.25 or higher overall GPA and a 3.00 or higher GPA in their accounting major. Students should be involved in extracurricular activities. Financial need will be considered. Selections are made by the chair of the Accounting Department in consultation with the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Fred and Elaine Kiesner Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students majoring in Entrepreneurship.

    Rev. Alfred J. Kilp, S.J. Alumni Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are children and grandchildren of alumni of Loyola University Los Angeles, Marymount College Los Angeles, and LMU. Recipients should be academically deserving with a fine personal character and involved in campus ministry or other religious activities. *Please fill out application for the combined Kilp and McKay Scholarship opportunity. *

    John B. and Nelly Llanos Kilroy Endowed Scholarship in BCLA

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts who have academic merit, are United States Citizens, exhibit leadership potential, and have financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    John B. and Nelly Llanos Kilroy Endowed Scholarship in CBA

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration who have academic merit, are United States Citizens, exhibit leadership potential, and have financial need. Selections made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    John B. and Nelly Llanos Kilroy Endowed Scholarship in CFA

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts who have academic merit, are United States Citizens, exhibit leadership potential, and have financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Kilroy Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Seaver College of Science and Engineering. Students must have financial need and be academically deserving with a major in Environmental Science. Selections made by the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering in conjunction with the faculty of the Environmental Science program.

    John B. and Nelly Llanos Kilroy Foundation International Scholarship for South American Students*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students. Must be an incoming student from Central or South America, first preference to students from Uruguay and Argentina. Based on financial need and/or merit. First preference for full-time students. Part-time students are eligible if they are performing independent student research either in the US or South America; are participating in cross cultural study opportunities, or are participating in a collaborative research project with students or faculty with a clearly defined independent role in the research. Selection are made by the Financial Aid Office in conjunction with the Office of International Admissions.

    John B. and Nelly Llanos Kilroy Foundation Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need, have academic merit and are U.S. Citizens.

    Lewis A. Kingsley Foundation Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports deserving, full-time sophomores, juniors or seniors who work (on or off-campus) to offset their educational costs and who have a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Preference will be given to students that have been declined other financial aid.

    Kevin D. Kinsey Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are eligible and apply through the AAAA scholarship process as an incoming freshman or transfer student. Scholarship is renewable for 4 years as long as student maintains eligibility.

    Kirksey Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are eligible and apply through the AAAA scholarship process as an incoming freshman or transfer student. Scholarship is renewable for 4 years as long as student maintains eligibility.

    Knight Family Scholarship in honor of William J. Fulco, S.J.

    This scholarship supports undergraduate freshman students who are exemplifying a balanced life through leadership, scholastics, athletics and service involvements. Selections are made through the existing William J. Fulco, S.J. Balanced Living Scholarship process run by the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and their Scholarships Selection Committee.

    Knott Family Endowed Scholarship in CBA

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Accounting in the College of Business Administration. Students must have and maintain a 3.0 GPA, be in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need. Preference will be for students who are from economically disadvantaged areas. Selections are made by the chair of the Accounting Department in conjunction with the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    The Albert P. Koppes, O.Carm. PLACE Corps Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in the School of Education's PLACE Corps Program who have financial need and are academically deserving. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Amanda Kotch Art History Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in CFA, majoring in Art History. Must have demonstrated financial need. Must be talented and deserving

    Ouriz Kouyoumjian Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Education who have demonstrated financial need and are in good academic standing.

    Mary Kretschmar Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students majoring in psychology. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

  • John and Maria Laffin Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports full-time undergraduate students in the Asian and Pacific Studies Program who have good academic standing. Special consideration will be given to children of families within the middle income bracket who otherwise would be unable to attend LMU. Past recipients should be given special consideration for future scholarships. Selections are made by the director of the Asian and Pacific Studies program in conjunction with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Alex Christopher Lam Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need. Selected by Men's Soccer Coach in consultation with LMU Athletics.

    Helen B. Landgarten Art Therapy Clinic Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the Marital and Family Therapy program receiving clinical training through non-clinical practicums supported by the HBL Clinic. Demonstrated interest in community outreach/community-based clinical services. Financial need required. Application required, for more information please visit: http://cfa.lmu.edu/programs/mft/admissions/financialaid/ Selections are made by the Director of the Helen B. Landgarten Art Therapy Clinic in consultation with the chair of the Marital and Family Therapy Department and the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Helen Landgarten Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students based on merit who are enrolled in the department of Marital and Family Therapy and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Financial need is not a requirement. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the director of the Marriage and Family Therapy program.

    Christine and Dwight Landis Endowed Scholarship in Seaver College

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student(s) majoring in mechanical engineering who has demonstrated financial need. Selections are made by the chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department in consultation with the dean.

    J. Terrence Lanni Family Foundation Scholarship

    This scholarship supports deserving and talented, middle-income students majoring in Fine and Performing Arts. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts, in collaboration with the department chairs.

    Jovana Lara Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need and are in good academic standing. Eligible areas of study: Communication Studies Major, English Major, English Minor in Journalism and or Journalism Certificate. Preference for students of Cuban American and or/ African American Students descent. When applicants of Cuban American and or African American descent are not identified, students (meeting all other criteria) of Latino descent will be given second preference. Selection made by the Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and/or Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and in consultation with Dr. Linda Bannister, Pre-Journalism Advisor, in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Thomas and Margaret Larkin Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically outstanding students with financial need.

    Latino Alumni Association Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship is awarded to students who are incoming freshman and have demonstrated financial need, academic achievement and a commitment to the Latino community. If students continue to maintain the minimum requirements they will receive the scholarship for a maximum of four years or through graduation, whichever comes first. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Latino Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship is awarded to students who are incoming freshman and have demonstrated financial need, academic achievement and a commitment to the Latino community. If students continue to maintain the minimum requirements they will receive the scholarship for a maximum of four years or through graduation, whichever comes first.

    Laurel and Hardy Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students studying Film who have shown their talent and have financial need. This scholarship is in honor of a famed film duo who experienced great success under the direction of Hal Roach. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Rene LaVigne Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are eligible and apply through the African American Alumni Association Scholarship as an incoming freshman. Students must have high academic merit, demonstrated financial need and involvement in their community.

    Lawrence Family Foundation Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student studying within the School of Film and Television. Must have demonstrated financial need and be in good academic standing. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Michael J. Leahy Scholarship in Humanities

    This scholarship supports junior and senior students enrolled in a humanities class, though majoring in a subject other than Humanities. Scholarship support to be provided in proportion to the student's classes in humanities (proportion of units in humanities determines the proportion of scholarship support). Selections are made by the chair of the Humanities department and dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Michael J. Leahy Scholarship in the College of Business

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Business who have previously taken, or are currently enrolled in, classes in the arts or pursuing a minor in the arts. Must be in good academic standing. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Leavey Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports a four year scholarship for middle class families that demonstrate some financial need. Students must be from Catholic High Schools in California, Nevada or Arizona. The scholarship will be awarded to incoming students with a high school GPA of 3.4 or higher, minimum 1,200 verbal/math SAT and be US Citizens. Students will be renewed for up to 4 years if they maintain an LMU GPA of 3.2 or higher. Selections by the Admissions Office in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Endowed Scholarship

    To provide four year scholarships to middle class families with demonstrated need. One to two graduating senior(s) from Marymount High School of Los Angles will be selected as entering Freshman. Students must have a high school GPA of 3.4 of higher, have a 1200 verbal/math SAT score. Must be US Citizen. Recipients may be renewed up to 4 years if they maintain an LMU GPA of 3.2 or higher. Selections by the Admissions Office in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who do not qualify for need-based forms of financial aid (i.e. need based grants and scholarships), but do have financial need. Funding to support tuition, room and board.

    George M. and Nancy A. LeCuyer Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts majoring in History. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the chair of the Department of History.

    Professor Jesus L. Legaspi Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate and graduate students who are eligible and apply through the Latino American Alumni Scholarship. Students must be of Hispanic descent and have demonstrated financial need. Preference for students pursuing a degree in education who indicate their interest in teaching in a predominantly Hispanic area. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Magda E. Lempart Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are studying romance languages. Selections are made by the dean of Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Frederick P. Lenz Foundation Fellowship*

    This fellowship provides support for graduate students in the Yoga Studies program to complete research or other projects as part of their curriculum. Work will focus on the partnership between LMU and InsightLA creating a Mindful Nature Program. In future years, the focus of the Fellowship may vary. Slate of awardee/s are made by the Director of the Masters in Yoga Studies in consultation with the Yoga Studies Selection Committee and submitted to the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts Dean's Office.

    Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism Yoga Studies Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts enrolled in the Masters in Yoga Studies program. Must be a U.S. Citizen. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in consultation with the director of the Yoga Studies program.

    Leroy Graduate Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Film and Television. The selection is made by the dean.

    Kathleen Ferguson Lesko Scholarship

    This scholarship supports a female undergraduate student enrolled in Studio Arts in the College of Communication and Fine Arts (this includes Art Education, Fine Arts, Fine Arts - Ceramics/Drawing/Painting/Photography/Printmaking, Graphic Arts and Multimedia). Awarded in the student's final semester prior to receiving their undergraduate degree. Must be a US Citizen, have a cumulative LMU GPA of 3.4 or above at the time of selection, and have had a verbal/math SAT score of 1200 or more on entering LMU. Scholarship selection can be based on either financial need or academic merit. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Dr. Conrad H. Lester Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. Eligible students can either minor in German, major in Modern Languages with a concentration in German, major in European Studies with a concentration in German. This is a merit based scholarship and financial need can be considered but it is not required. A minimum of two scholarships to be awarded each year and the number of scholarships made available will be based on available funding. Selections are made by the chair of Modern Languages and Literature and the coordinator of the German Program in consultation with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Levi Scholarship in Health and Human Sciences*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Health and Human Sciences, who maintain a minimum of 3.0 GPA and have demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to those students that are utilizing work study programs and other means to fund their education and would be significantly impacted by the scholarship. Selections made by the department chair in conjunction with the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Levi Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who have achieved a minimum of 3.0 GPA, are hardworking and have financial need. The scholarship is awarded on a rotating basis to various Colleges and Schools.

    Michael J. Levis Scholarship

    This scholarship supports deserving undergraduate students of any major, within any college. The funding is renewable with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75.

    Liberal Arts Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students who are enrolled in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and have a financial need. It is awarded by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Dr. Graciela Limoñ Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students pursuing a degree in Chicana/o Studies, Spanish or Women's Studies. Preference for Latina/o students. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    John Lind Rowing Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student athletes who are members of the men's or women's rowing team. Selections made by the coach of the men's and women's rowing team in conjunction with the Athletics Director.

    Bill Lindsey Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the College of Business Administration. First preference will be for students that are enrolled in the EMBA program. If for any reason there are no students in the program who are eligible then students in other graduate programs in the College of Business Administration should be considered. Financial need should be considered. Selections are made by the director of the EMBA/MBA program in conjunction with the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    The Lipsky and Zabak-Lipsky Family Endowed Scholarship in honor of Irving and Edith Lipsky

    This scholarship supports students who are sophomore, junior or senior standing, are majoring in Science, have achieved a 3.25+ GPA and are in financial need. Students must submit an application. Selections are made by the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Harold Lloyd Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students who are majoring in a field related to the motion picture industry. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    LMU Athletics Scholarship

    This scholarship supports LMU student athletes. Selections are made by the Athletic Director.

    LMU Softball Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports members of the softball team who are in good academic standing. Selections are made by the LMU Softball coach in consultation with the Athletic Director.

    LMU Communication and Fine Arts Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts that are economically underprivileged. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    LMU Math Scholarship

    This scholarship supports sophomore students majoring in Math who are attending LMU full time and are in good standing. Financial need and GPA should not be considered. Selections are made by a committee in the Math department in the College of Science and Engineering through a competitive examination. Please submit this application to be considered for the exam, you will be contacted with further details.

    LMU Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students at LMU.

    LMU Women in Entertainment Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have been active participants in the mentorship program run by the Big Brothers Big Sisters of LA and the Hollywood Foreign Press through a partnership with the School of Film and Television. Students can be awarded from any major and are selected by the admissions office in partnership with the Women in Entertainment mentorship program. Selections are made by the Office of Admissions and the Financial Aid Office in collaboration with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of LA.

    LMU Student Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need.

    Los Angeles Philanthropic Foundation Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who maintain a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, show involvement in their community or school, are citizens of the United States and uphold the values of the United States Constitution. Students must be majoring in Business, Physical or Life Sciences, Applied Sciences of Pre-Medicine, Nursing, Engineering, or Computer Science. Students must have demonstrated financial need.

    James N. Loughran, S.J. Scholarship Fund

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students on both the Westchester and Law School campuses who have financial need. Selections are made by the Office of the President.

    Frank Lovett Scholarship

    This scholarship supports male students majoring in Engineering who have financial need, are academically deserving and are Catholic.

    Loyola Marymount Guild Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving, Catholic students with a financial need.

    Loyola Marymount Merit Scholarships

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students who qualify for merit aid scholarships. Must complete a Loyolan Merit scholarship application to be eligible. Selections are made by University Admissions in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Loyolan Merit Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports current undergraduate students who have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and work on the Loyolan newspaper in a leadership role. An application is required, please contact the Director of Student Media. Recipient to be selected by Senior Vice President of Student Affairs, or their designee, through an application process in collaboration with Financial Aid Office.

    Loyola Scholarships Program*

    This scholarship supports students from Jesuit Prep Schools who show show promise of making future impactful contributions to the bettering of our world.

  • Louis E. Manseau Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate Catholic students who are academically deserving and have financial need.

    Christopher K. Martin Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student in the College of Business Administration. Merit based - at least a 3.2 GPA. Need may be considered. First preference for an African American student. Preference for transfer student, but this may be waived if it is too restrictive. Preference for Sophomore, Junior or Senior. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Mary Jane Martini MBA Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in the MBA program, who have financial need, are academically deserving, must have a minimum GPA of 3.5, are active participants in school and/or community activities, and are legal citizens of the United States of America. Selections are made by the director of the MBA program.

    Massie Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students through the African American Alumni Association process. Need is required. Recipients selected by AAAA.

    Rita A. Maurer Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need. Preference is given to graduates of Catholic high schools.

    Joseph and Christina Mauthe Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration, majoring in accounting. 

    George H. Mayr Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports deserving history majors who are residents of California and have financial need. Preference is given to freshmen and sophomore students. Selections are made by the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Mayr Foundation - Donald T. Leahy Trust Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are enrolled in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and have financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    George H. Mayr Center for Catholic Education Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in any of the School of Education's Catholic school programs. Students must have financial need and be academically deserving. Each recipient must be a California resident who is either a U.S. Citizen or a permanent resident intending to become a U.S. Citizen. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Helen L. McCormick Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with demonstrated financial need.

    John McDermott Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with demonstrated financial need.

    F.X. McDonald, Jr. Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate music students with academic merit and financial need. Selections made by the Chair of the Music Department in conjunction with the Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Bishop Norman McFarland Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate and graduate students studying in the fields of film or television within the School of Film and Television. Students must have demonstrated financial need and be in good academic standing. Students must demonstrate through an essay their faith and loyalty to the Roman Catholic Church and how they further the mission of the Church in its promotion of the good, true and beautiful. Consideration will be given to applicants who are part of the Diocese of Orange. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television and the Diocese of Orange Committee through an application process.

    McGee Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students majoring in Accounting. Academically high achieving. Financial need should be considered but is not required. Selections made by Chair of Accounting in consultation with Dean of CBA

    William J. McIntosh Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in business.

    Andrew McIntyre Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports upper-class students majoring in the School of Film and Television. Based on talent not on financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Raymunde McKay R.S.H.M. Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are children and grandchildren of alumni of Loyola University Los Angeles, Marymount College Los Angeles, and LMU and have demonstrated financial need. Recipients should be academically deserving with a fine personal character and involved in campus ministry or other religious activities. *Please use the combined Kilp and McKay Scholarship Application.*

    McKenzie-Stanton Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need.

    William F. McLaughlin Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are majoring in Biology, have junior standing, have academic merit, and have completed 60 semester hours at beginning of Fall semester. Financial need should not be considered. Preference given to students interested in molecular biology. This scholarship requires a separate application. Students can be renewed in their senior year if they maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA in biology. For more information please contact the Biology Department. Selections are made by a panel including the Dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering, Assistant Dean of Science, and three Biology faculty members.

    John E. Meehan Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving English majors who have financial need. Selections are made by the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Jess E. Metcalf Business Scholarship (Grant Replacement)

    This scholarship supports female students enrolled in in the College of Business Administration who have maintained a GPA of 3.0 or better, and have financial need.

    Metromedia Graduate Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Film and Television. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Nancy Davis Meyerhofer and Paul Meyerhofer Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate civil engineering students who have financial need.

    Kate Micucci Art Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports talented and deserving undergraduate students in visual arts in the College of Communication and Fine Arts, majoring in Studio Arts. Student must have demonstrated financial need. Selections made by the Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in consultation with the Chair of the Studio Arts Department.

    Sara Mijares del Fium Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students pursuing a degree in Accounting. Students of all class standings are eligible, and preference is given to Latina/o students. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association scholarship selection committee.

    Miyawaki Award*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are permanent resident of the State of Hawaii. Renewal requirements include maintaining an LMU cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher.

    Adolph C. and Consuelo L. Molina Memorial Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students who have completed the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship application process and are majoring in Accounting. Minimum 3.0 GPA; must have Financial need. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and demonstrated financial need. Selected by Dean of CBA

    George F. Montgomery Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are English major, English minor, or students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and enrolled in an English class. Students must submit an original Gothic or horror short story or academic study of Gothic or horror fiction, excluding the works of Anne Rice or Stephenie Meyer (minimum of 5 pages). The submissions are judged and the selections are made by the English Department faculty of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Mook Family Golf Scholarship

    This scholarship supports student-athletes who are members of LMU's Golf team.

    Moore Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with financial need.

    Willa Young Morehart Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students majoring in Engineering who maintain a 3.25 GPA, have sophomore, junior or senior standing, strong leadership skills in school, community activities, have strong communication skills, and have financial need. Special consideration should be given to those students in the middle income bracket who otherwise would be unable to attend. Must be born in the United States and preference for Caucasian. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Science and Engineering in collaboration with the Financial Aid office.

    David and Christina Moreno Family Scholarship*

    To provide scholarship support to undergraduate Latino/a students at LMU with demonstrated financial need.

    William and Louisa Morrissey Annual Scholarship in CBA*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the college of CBA majoring in management. Minimum GPA 3.2. Financial need can be considered. Selections made by Dean of CBA.

    Kathy Judge Morse Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Psychology (BCLA). Good academic standing. Preference for students with financial need. Recipients can be eligible for renewal via the Kathy Judge Morse endowed scholarship if criteria continue to be met. Recipient to be selected by Chair of the Psychology Department in conjunction with the Dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. Allocated by the Financial Aid Office.

    Moser Graduate Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Film and Television. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Phyllis Grace Mozilo Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have signifcant financial need to afford an LMU education. Students can be selected as incoming freshman or transfer students. 

    Michael E. Mulvihill Ph.D. Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need. Preference for Civil Engineering students.

    Michael E. Mulvihill Ph.D. Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need. Preference for Civil Engineering students. 

    Dan Murphy Foundation Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts who are academically deserving and have financial need.

    Dan Murphy Foundation Graduate Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Film and Television. The selection is made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Dan Murphy Foundation PLACE Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in the School of Education who are members of the PLACE Corps. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Music Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Music. Selection based on academic and need standing. Non-grant replacement scholarship. Selected by the Dean of College of Communication and Fine Arts in consultation with the Chair of the Music department.

  • National Arts Association Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are majoring in Art, display artistic ability, and have financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the chair of the Art Department.

    The Malcolm and Marilyn Neal Art Scholarship

    This scholarship supports talented and deserving undergraduate students in the visual arts who are strong academic performers and who exhibit financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in consultation with the chair of the Studio Arts department.

    Negus Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students from the College of Business Administration.

    Donald and Joyce Nores Entrepreneurial Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate and graduate students studying Entrepreneurship. Students must be majoring in Entrepreneurship. Selected by the dean of the College of Business Administration in consultation with the director of the Entrepreneurship Program. 

    Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation Scholarship for the School of Education

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Education who have financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education. 

  • Richard O'Laughlin Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students studying Pre-Med or Pre-Dental courses in the College of Science and Engineering who are academically worthy and have financial need. If no student exists in that area students in the College of Business Administration should be considered and then anyone else at LMU's discretion.

    Rev. Thomas O'Malley Scholarship

    This scholarships supports students who show academic achievement, a history of public service, and a love or learning reflected by extracurricular activities. Preference will be given to students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, College of Business Administration, Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering, and College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Jordan & Stella Olivar Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving undergraduate student athletes who have a financial need. It is awarded by the Athletic Director.

    Kenneth Olsen Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students majoring in Business who maintain a GPA of 3.25. Preference for students who are either African American or Latino/a.

    Rosenia St. Onge Liberal Arts Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in Liberal Arts.

  • Alice Paden Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need.

    Stephen F. and Judy K. Page Merit Scholar at the College of Business Administration

    This scholarship supports academically deserving accounting majors who graduated near the top of his or her high school class and scored at least in the 96th percentile on the SAT or ACT. Students must remain accounting majors to renew this scholarship and must maintain at least a cumulative 3.3 GPA both overall and within the major. Preference will be given to families with modest means. The goal for this scholarship is to choose the most meritorious student who has the drive and ability to succeed in the accounting program. Selections are made by the Dean of the College of Business Administration in consultation with the Chair of the Accounting Department.

    Stephen F. and Judy K. Page Scholarship Fund at the College of Business Administration

    This scholarship supports BOTH undergraduate and graduate students. For undergraduates, students must be Accounting majors; must be working towards the 150 semester hours required to qualify for the CPA exam; students are qualified even if they are completing this plan in 4 years. For graduate students, students must be enrolled in the Master's degree in Accounting program that will qualify them for the CPA exam. For BOTH undergraduate and graduate students selections will be based on need and high academic standing; minimum GPA of 3.3. Selections are made by the Dean of the College of Business Administration in consultation with the Chair of the Accounting Department.

    Professor John Page Scholarship in Electrical Engineering

    This scholarship supports students who have junior standing, are majoring in Electrical Engineering, have a GPA of 3.3 or above, and need financial assistance to stay at LMU. Selections are made by the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering and the chair of Electrical Engineering Department.

    Vincent and Tonya Pangrazio Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with financial need and/or exceptional academic merit.

    Gerard Parent Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need. Preference is given to Catholic students.

    Edwin and Margaret Park Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with financial need.

    Joan A. Payden Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students in good academic standing.

    Pearson Family Trust Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports African American students with demonstrated academic potential and financial need.

    Pediatric Heart Center Scholarship AAAA*

    This scholarship supports rising sophomores who have a minimum freshman year science GPA of 2.8. Students must be an African American Alumni Association Scholar. To retain the scholarship the following year recipients must have a minimum sophomore year science GPA of 3.0 and a junior year science GPA of 3.3. Students must be enrolled in the requisite courses to apply to medical school or to pursue graduate study in the biomedical sciences. To retain the scholarship for their junior and senior year, students must be involved in bio-medical research and establish a principal investigator (PI) and a project, and identify a real plan for a volunteer clinical internship in a health-related field (as applicable per career goal). Recipient to be selected by the African American Alumni Association staff in collaboration with the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Pediatric Heart Center Scholarship LAA*

    This scholarship supports rising sophomores who have a minimum freshman year science GPA of 2.8. Students must be an Latino Alumni Association Scholar. To retain the scholarship the following year recipients must have a minimum sophomore year science GPA of 3.0 and a junior year science GPA of 3.3. Students must be enrolled in the requisite courses to apply to medical school or to pursue graduate study in the biomedical sciences. To retain the scholarship for their junior and senior year, students must be involved in bio-medical research and establish a principal investigator (PI) and a project, and identify a real plan for a volunteer clinical internship in a health-related field (as applicable per career goal). Recipient to be selected by the Latino Alumni Association staff in collaboration with the Seaver College of Science and Engineering 

    Susan Perry Art Therapy Endowed Scholarship

    Honoring the legacy and memory of Susan Jacqueline Perry, the scholarship will support graduate students enrolled in the Marital and Family Therapy Program who are receiving clinical training to become art therapists.

    Ann Peppers Foundation Scholarship

    This scholarship provides support to financially needy undergraduate students, including those from countries other than the United States.

    Pike/Christopher Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are majoring in political science or another government-related field, labor-management relations, education, pre-health fields, or any communication media related field.

    Poladian Accounting Scholarship

    This scholarship supports accounting majors who have completed at least 12 units of accounting coursework with a 2.7 GPA within the major and a 3.0 GPA overall and who have financial need. Selections are made by the Dean of the College of Business Administration upon the recommendation of the Chair of the Accounting Department.

    John P. Previti Memorial Foundation Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students at LMU with demonstrated financial need who are coming from the Inland Empire in Southern California. Student with demonstrated financial need. Students of all class standings are eligible.

    Walter and Janet Prockter Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need.

    Provencio/Arias Family Accounting Scholarship

    This scholarship supports both undergraduate and graduate students in the accounting department. The undergraduate students must be full-time sophomore, junior, or senior accounting majors with financial need. Students must have achieved a 3.25 GPA or higher, and preference will be given to Mexican American students or other minorities. The graduate student awards can be a maximum of 20% of the distribution and be students pursuing a master's degree in Accounting. Graduate students must have an incoming GPA of 3.25 or higher, have financial need with a preference for Mexican American students or other minorities. Selections made by the Dean of the College of Business Administration.

  • Mary Quilter Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students who have maintained a minimum 2.5 GPA, and were previously legal Wards of the State of California.

    Andrew H. Quintero Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need, majoring in Entrepreneurship in the College of Business Administration with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Selections are made by the Dean of the College of Business Administration.

  • Real Estate Advisory Council Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration who have demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in a real estate related profession. 

    Elizabeth Redmond Theater Arts Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Theater Arts with good academic standing and financial need.

    Elizabeth Redmond Visiting Artists Dance Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students, with demonstrated financial need, majoring in Dance.

    Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with financial need. A preference for female students.

    Sheila and Michael Ricci Scholarship in Entrepreneurship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate entrepreneurship students with financial need. 

    Mabel Wilson Richards Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports female students who reside in the city of Los Angeles, California, or in one of the cities described in the application. Students must be full time at Loyola Marymount University, demonstrate financial need, high moral character and good citizenship. Students must be a citizen of the United States, or, if under 21 and not a citizen, either or both of her parents must be admitted on a permanent resident visa. Students must have earned a grade point average of B or higher in her last two years of high school, or her first year in college. Separate application required.

    Robert Ritter Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Engineering. Selections are made by the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Gaetano "Guy" Dalla Riva Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Engineering. Must have financial demonstrated need and be in good academic standing. Selected by Dean of CSE.

    John Walton Roalfe Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with a financial need.

    Brannan Robbins Arts Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts (CFA) majoring in Theater Arts or Studio Arts. Undergraduate students in the School of Film and Television (SFTV); any major. Minimum 3.0 GPA Involved in/contributing to their Department or School. Exhibiting promising talent. Deserving students with moderate need/middle income families. $2,500 awarded each year to a CFA student, and $2,500 each year to an SFTV student.

    Richard A. Robin, S.J. Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who portray leadership qualities within in the LMU community. Supports academically deserving students who have a financial need and have actively contributed to the campus community. Separate application required. Selections are made by the Office of Student Affairs in conjunction with Richard Robin, S.J.

    Jean Igoe Rogers Philosophy Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in philosophy based on merit or financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in collaboration with the Financial Aid Office.

    Richard Rolfs S.J. Endowed Scholarship in History

    This scholarship supports continuing History majors with high acdemic achievement. Both History and Overall GPA to be no lower than 3.0.

    B. Rollofson Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in English. Students must be in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to members of the Sigma Tau Delta English honors society. Selections made by the chair of the English Department in conjunction with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Madelyn Rollofson Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate transfer students in good academic standing. Preference for students from Sacramento.

    Margaret Tritle Rome Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students participating in the Rome Study Abroad program who have financial need. Selections are made by the director of the Rome program in consultation with the Study Abroad Office and the Financial Aid Office.

    Victor Rossetti Scholarship

    This scholarship engineering students, who have financial need and are academically deserving.

    RSHM Gailhac Pastoral Leadership Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students participating in the Master of Arts Pastoral Theology Program. Student must have demonstrated financial need, leadership potential, and must be currently working in ministry or preparing to do so in the future. Must seek to minister for a period of time ecclesia community that is under-served. This is a merit based scholarship with preference for students who have financial need and who minister in areas where there is great need. Selections are made by the Theological Studies Department in conjunction with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    RSHM Social Justice Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate undocumented students of academic merit.

    Rudinica Family Art Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate studio arts majors who demonstrate their artistic ability through the "CFA Mystery Box Challenge". Students must be in good academic standing and submit their entry as part of the Annual Student Art Awards process to be presented with a scholarship for the next academic year. Selections are made by the Studio Arts faculty and approved by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Rudinica Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports two undergraduate students - one from Civil Engineering and one from Fine Arts. Priority for first generation student. Selections are made by the respective dean in consulation with the appropriate department chair. 

    Herbert J. Ryan, S.J. Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in theological studies and graduate students pursuing an MA in either theology or pastoral theology in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. Recipients must be full-time, academically deserving students who have financial need. Selections are made by the Theological Studies Department and dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    RyaNik Holdings Annual Scholarship in the College of Business Administration*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration majoring in Finance OR Graduate students in the College of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. Demonstrated financial need. Minimum 3.0 GPA at LMU. Preference for students interested in real state careers. Eligible candidates vetted by any faculty in the college who are teaching real state courses. Selected by the Dean of the College of Business Administration or his/her delegate. Allocated by the Financial Aid Office.

  • Anthony Sabatino Scholarship in Catholic School Leadership at Loyola Marymount University*

    This scholarship supports School of Education students enrolled in the Catholic School Leadership Academy program, who are either principals or principals-in-training.

    Paul Salamunovich and Nanette Salamunovich Goodman Choral Music Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are members of the chorus, with talent and dedication to choral singing. Must have good scholastic record. Financial need may not be considered. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the chair of the Music department.

    Salinas Family Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need and are pursuing a degree and career in business or law related fields. Students selected can be from all class levels with a preference for Latina/o students. Selections are made by the Latino Alumni Association scholarship selection committee.

    Juan F. Salinda '57 Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students enrolled in the School of Education who have financial need and are academically deserving. Students must be majoring in school psychology, counseling, or remedial reading.

    Francesca Salvo Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in the MBA program who are working towards a degree/certificate in International Business and have demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to prior year recipients if they continue to meet the selection criteria. Selections are made by the director of the MBA program.

    Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County Civil/Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Fellowships*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in civil or environmental engineering. The selection process is facilitated through an application that can be completed by visiting http://www.lacsd.org/education/engundergradfello.asp.

    Clarence K. Santo Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports deserving first year students with financial need.

    Louise G. Sauvage Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports female students participating in a pre-journalism or pre-health program and female students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Val and Sheri Schnabl Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students studying for an MBA in LMU's College of Business Administration. Students will be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic excellence, must have minimum of 3.0 GPA. Selections made by the Dean of the College of Business Administration in consultation with the Director of the MBA program.

    School of Film & Television Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports outstanding undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the School of Film and Television. Must have good academic standing and demonstrated financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Elsbeth Schulz-Bischof Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students for either a summer student study/travel fellowship in Western Europe OR for a worthy student majoring in Modern Languages. Selections are made by the Department of Modern Languages within the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Seaver Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students in the Seaver College of Science and Engineering. Selections made by the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Seaver Institute Presidential Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students who are selected for an LMU Presidential Scholarship. Financial need will not be considered. Selections are made upon recommendation by the Office of the President.

    Seidler Bioethics Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the Bioethics program based on merit. Selections are made by the chair of the Bioethics department.

    Seidler Partners in Los Angeles Catholic Education (PLACE) Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students enrolled in the School of Education in the PLACE Corps who demonstrate academic excellence or financial need. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education. 

    Joseph M. Sexton Presidential Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students who are selected for an LMU Presidential Scholarship. Financial need will not be considered. Selections are made upon recommendation by the Office of the President.

    SFTV Council Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students in the School of Film and Television based on talent and experience. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    The Shade Room Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate African-American students at LMU. The scholarship is designated to students for four years. Demonstrated academic potential with a prefernce for those with financial need. Selections made by the African American Alumni Association.

    Marcia and Sydney Sharp Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate, first-generation college students in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need. Student may be a transfer student. 

    Elisa Z. and Neil R. Shambaugh Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students with high academic merit. It is awarded by the rector of the LMU Jesuit Community in collaboration with the Financial Aid Office.

    Mary Katherine Sharron Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are being trained for the Jesuit priesthood.

    John and Dorothy Shea Scholarship in the Center for Catholic Education*

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Education who are part of the Center for Catholic Education. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Education.

    Kamal Shoukry Scholarship in Economics*

    This scholarship supports economics majors (or students majoring in a related field within the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts) in good academic standing. This scholarship is available to sophomores, juniors and seniors who have a financial need. It is awarded by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Shu Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are enrolled in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science pursuing a degree or majoring in Electrical Engineering. First preference is to a graduate student, then a junior or senior undergraduate can be awarded. Must have financial need and good academic standing.

    Sidlow Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are of Lithuanian, Czech Republic, or European decent who are majoring in Business or Engineering.

    Annette Simons Theatre Arts and Dance Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts who are majoring in Theatre Arts and/or Dance with a preference given to those involved in both programs. Demonstrated talent in the field with a preference for those with financial need. Selections made by the co-chairs of the Departments of Theatre Arts and Dance with approval by the Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Sister Agnes Marie Schon, C.S.J. Scholarship

    This scholarship supports female, Hispanic students who have demonstrated service to the University and have financial need. Recipient must be recommended by Campus Ministry in conjunction with Financial Aid Office.

    Erithe Smith Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are eligible and apply through the African American Alumni Association scholarship process as an incoming freshman (eligibility for the AAAA scholarship is financial need and involvement in the community). This scholarship is renewable for four years if the student continues to meet the AAAA scholarship requirements. Recipient to be selected by the African American Alumni Association scholarship committee

    Sharon Grace Smith Scholarship

    This scholarship supports psychology majors who have a financial need and display academic excellence. Preference will be given to juniors, seniors and/or graduate students. It is awarded by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts and the chair of the Psychology Department.

    Society of American Military Engineers Scholarship (S.A.M.E.)*

    This scholarship supports incoming freshman majoring in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Engineering Physics. Students must complete the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship application process. Graduates from Roosevelt High School preferred. When applicants from Roosevelt High School are not identified, students (meeting all other criteria) from the East Los Angeles/Boyle Heights areas. If a qualified student from these geographic areas is not found, another Latino student living in Los Angeles County who meets the majors criteria and with the highest need will be awarded.

    SOE Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Education.

    SOE Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the School of Education.

    SOL Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarships supports undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need with a preference for Latina/o students. Applications are required through the Latino Alumni Association process where students will demonstrate community service and a continued commitment to social service, personally and professionally. Selections are made by the Latino Alumni Association scholarship selection committee.

    Southern California Edison AAAA Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who apply through the African American Alumni Association Scholarship. Scholarship requires demonstrated financial need and involvement in the community. Must have high academic merit and enrolled in the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Southern Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are eligible and apply through the African American Alumni Association scholarship process as an incoming freshman (eligibility for the AAAA scholarship is financial need and involvement in the community).

    Southern California Edison LAA Scholarship*

    This scholarship students who apply through the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship. Scholarship requires demonstrated financial need and involvement in the community. Must have high academic merit and enrolled in Seaver College of Science and Engineering. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Peter Stankovich Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports gifted students with a financial need. Preference is given to students of Croatian or Slavic descent.

    Paul and Noot Stapleton Family Annual Accounting Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in accounting in the College of Business Administration. Student must be in good academic standing with a minimum 3.2 GPA and have financial need. Priority will be given to minority students. Selections made by the Chair of the Accounting department in consultation with the Dean of the College of Business Administration.

    John Stauffer Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are taking courses in physical sciences, preference given to Chemistry majors.

    Don Steiner Current Use Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate junior or senior students who work (on or off-campus) over 20 hours per week in a paid position and who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Two or three of the five scholarships will be awarded to students majoring in the College of Business Administration. Selected by the University Scholarship Selection Committee.

    Stephen Family Scholarship

    The Stephen Family Scholarship supports academically deserving undergraduate students with a minimum 3.2 GPA and a minimum work schedule of 10 hours per week. Selections will be based on students': strong work ethic, desire to achieve excellence, humbleness, high moral and ethical values, desire to become a leader, and desire to make a difference in the world. Selections are made by the University Scholarship Selection Committee. PLEASE NOTE: Students who receive the Stephen Family Scholarship will be required to read the book "The Ultimate Gift" by Jim Stovall and write an essay about how they can pass along this gift. The book will be provided to each recipient free of charge.

    Strople Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need.

    Gertrude H. Stuart Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students.

    Study Abroad Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who are participating in LMU Study Abroad programs and have a financial need. It is awarded by the Study Abroad office.

    Carol Sullivan Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts based on merit. Financial need can be considered if student's need is great. This scholarship is renewable if student continues to meet qualifications. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Summer Study Abroad*

    This scholarship supports students who are participating in LMU Study Abroad programs during the summer semesters and have a financial need. It is awarded by the Study Abroad office.

    Kevin and Diana Swanson Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students from California with academic merit. To become and remain eligible, student must have an unweighted academic GPA of between 3.0 - 4.0.

  • Markos I. and Pamela S. Tambakeras SOAR Program in the Frank R. Seaver CSE*

    This scholarship supports talented students studying one of the STEM majors in the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering. Recipients must have their first major at LMU in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and remain in STEM. If they leave this major they will lose the scholarship and funds may be redirected to other students in STEM. Recipient to be selected by the Dean of the Seaver College.

    Tarantino Family Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in BCLA, preference for students with Junior status entering their Senior year. Financial need required Must have a minimum of a cumulative 3.0 GPA. Preference for students who are hardworking but not those who would qualify as high merit.

    Paul E. Tassi Scholarship Fund*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students within the College of Business Administration. Student must have demonstrated financial need and good academic standing. Recipient must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA in order to be eligible for scholarship renewal. Non-grant replacement scholarship, selections made by the Dean of the College of Business in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Elizabeth Taylor Marital and Family Therapy Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in the Marital and Family Therapy program in the College of Communication and Fine Arts. Students must be part of a graduate internship whose primary focus is work with the HIV/AIDS community. Selections are made by the director of the Marital and Family Therapy program.

    Carlos Telleria Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in history. When possible, preference given to a student from South America or of South American descent. Selections are made by the chair of the History Department in conjunction with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    John Teske Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are selected for an LMU Presidential Scholarship. Financial need is not a consideration. Selections are made upon recommendation by the Office of the President.

    Kyle Testman Water Polo Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate men's water polo students in celebration of Kyle Testman and his love for LMU and its water polo program. Student must maintain a minimum LMU GPA of 3.0.

    Theatre Arts Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Theatre Arts Department. Selected by the Chair of the Theatre Arts Department in conjunction with the Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Theology Grant Fellowship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the Theology department. Selections made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Nannette and Vincent Thorpe Family Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports acdemically deserving undergraduate students with financial need.

    Tiger International Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with financial need.

    Donald J. Tomnitz Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are themselves veterans of the United States Military or students who are children of active United States Military service men and women or students who are children of service men and women who have died as a result of their service in the United States Military. Selections are made by the Veterans Programs office and the Senior Vice President of Student Affairs.

    Alexandra Marie de la Torre - EC Hispanic Media Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports two undergraduate Latino/a students; one majoring in marketing and the other majoring in any Seaver College degree.

    Celia Margaret Gonzales Torres Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with unmet financial need. Preference will be given to Latino students, students raised in single parent households, and with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Rev. Richard Trame, S.J. Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students music majors and minors who have a exceptional academic records, are members of the university chorus, and represents the spirit of commitment to the chorus as fostered by Fr. Trame. Recipients should exhibit exceptional musical talent and have the potential for a career in music. It is awarded by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the chair of the Music Department.

    Transfer Student Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate transfer students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need.

    Transformational Accountability Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate student participating in LMU's Drug and Alcohol Education and Prevention programs. Financial need should be considered. Selection made by the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs in conjunction with Financial Aid Office.

    Fred H. Trickett Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students who are fatherless or orphaned and who have a financial need.

    Trustee Scholarships

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students who qualify for merit aid scholarships. Selections are made upon recommendation by the Office of the President.

    Robert and Rosemary Turner Scholarship

    This scholarship supports African American students who have financial need, are academically deserving, with sophomore or higher, and/or graduate, standing. Students must complete the African American Alumni Association essay application process. The selections are made by the African American Alumni Association.

    A. Robert Tyo Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are academically deserving and have financial need.

     

  • Uberoi Foundation for Religious Studies Yoga Studies Fellowship*

    This fellowship provides support for graduate students in the Yoga Studies program to complete research or other projects as part of their curriculum. Their work will focus on current yoga programs in elementary and secondary schools as well as developing programs to integrate yoga into the K-12 curriculum. In future years, the focus of the Fellowship may vary. Slate of awardee/s are made by the Director of the Masters in Yoga Studies in consultation with the Yoga Studies Selection Committee and submitted to the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts Dean's Office.

    Uberoi Foundation for Religious Studies Yoga Studies Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in the Masters in Yoga Studies Program. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in consultation with the director of the Yoga Studies program.

    University Hill Foundation Loyola Marymount Scholarship*

    This scholarship provides four year scholarships to undergraduate students from middle class families that demonstrate some financial need. Students must be US Citizens, be incoming students as freshman from a Jesuit Prep School; or a Catholic High School from the Los Angeles or Orange County Dioceses; or transfer students from a community college in Los Angeles or Orange Counties. High school recipients must have an SAT verbal/math score of 1200, and a High School GPA of 3.4 or higher, transfer students must have a Community College GPA of 3.5 or higher. Selections by the Admissions Office in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    University Credit Union Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate Latino or Latinas pursuing their education at Loyola Marymont University. Selections are made by the Latino Alumni Association.

    Jody Upham Billings and David William Upham Jr. Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the School of Film and Television who have a 3.0 GPA or higher with priority given to those with demonstrated creative ability. Renewable if students continue to meet the criteria. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    Murray C. Upstill Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving undergraduate students with a financial need.

  • Giovanni Vai Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students from Southern California of Italian descent.

    John A. and Angie Vanderwey Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students from Arizona with a preference for Catholic students from private and public schools. 

    Jack A. Vanier Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who are music majors. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and chair of the Music Department.

    Marjory K. Vanier Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts or College of Communication and Fine Arts with a minimum 3.0 GPA and financial need. Preference is given to third and fourth year students.

    Vanni Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts who are majoring in Communication Studies that have good academic standing (GPA of 3.0 or better) and demonstrated financial need. Selections made by the chair of the Communication Studies with confirmation by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Manny Varela Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving, Mexican-American graduates of Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary High School who have a financial need.

    Adele Vercoe Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students and is awarded by the Graduate Division.

    Veteran's Annual Scholarship for LMU*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students who have served in the military. Must be a fulltime student, need can be considered as a factor. Selected by the Director of Student Engagement, Retention and Transition and approved by Senior Vice President of Student Affairs.

    Veteran's Scholarship at LMU

    This scholarship supports full-time undergraduate or graduate students. Student must be a veteran and have served in the United States Military. Need can be considered as a factor in determining recipients. Renewable if student continues to meet the criteria.

    Von der Ahe Communication and Fine Arts Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students enrolled in the College of Communication and Fine Arts, who have shown a strong academic performance or demonstrate talent in the field. Preference for students with financial need. Preference for students with financial need. Selection is made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    Linda Von Der Ahe Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students from middle income families who would not otherwise be eligible for need-based aid. Recipients must have attended a Jesuit or other Catholic high school. Preference is given to students with high academic achievements and who are active in service and leadership roles on campus. Selections are made by the Financial Aid Office in collaboration with the Rector of the Jesuit Community.

    Elliot R. Vorst Family Scholarship for Veterans*

    This scholarship supports needy and deserving undergraduate students who are military veterans. Veterans of military service with demonstrated financial need. Must be academically deserving. Annual Award of $5,000 a year can be awarded to one or more students. Selected by the Veterans Programs office in consultation with the Senior Vice President of Student Affairs.

  • Robert F. and Nora K. Walsh Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have financial need and are deserving.

    Sharon Walter Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports full-time students in the Art and Art History Department who have a minimum 3.0 GPA, a superior academic record, and future potential. Recipients should also have a degree of participation in other campus activities, and should have written endorsement by the chair of the LMU Art and Art History Department and at least one other LMU instructor. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts and chair of Art and Art History Department.

    Wang Family Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Business Administration majoring in either finance or entrepreneurship. Students must have demonstrated financial need and a minimum 3.2 GPA. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration.

    Sam Wasson Endowed Theatre Arts Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts who are participating in both acting and technical theatre. Students must have financial need and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. The scholarship is open to sophomore students and above. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in conjunction with the chair of the Theatre Arts program through recommendations from the Theatre Arts faculty.

    Richard Weber Athletic Scholarship

    This scholarship supports student athletes. Financial need or academic merit are not a deciding factor.

    Weingart Foundation Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students with financial need from the state of California.

    Hanna Weitz Endowed Fund for Graduate Studies 

    This scholarship supports graduate students who are in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need. 

    Welk Family Endowed CFA Scholarship

    This scholarship supports deserving and/or talented undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Communication and Fine Arts. Must maintain good academic standing. Financial need required.

    The Betty Werner Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports female student athletes who are participating in women's softball, women's water polo, and/or women's swimming. Selections are made by the Athletic Director.

    Gerard L. Werner Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students with a financial need.

    Western Italian Golf Association Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who are of Italian descent and who have a financial need.

    Lia and James Whitehead Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in the Seaver College of Science and Engineering majoring in Biochemistry who are academically deserving with demonstrated financial need. Selections made by the Dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    John T. Wholihan Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College of Business Administration. The scholarship should go to support at least 3 undergraduate students majoring in CBA, with a minimum of 3.0 GPA, preference for students who have completed 55 or more unit hours at LMU. The scholarship should go to support graduate students enrolled in the MBA program. The goal is to retain talented and academically promising students. It is awarded by the dean of the College of Business Administration, the donor, and the director of the MBA Program.

    Wielock MBA Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students (MBA) in the College of Business Administration.

    Laura DeMyer Williamson Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students in good academic standing in the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. Selections are made by the Dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Wilson Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports academically deserving undergraduate or graduate students who were residents of Santa Monica at the time of their high school graduation. Given to graduates of Santa Monica High School or Saint Monica Catholic High School. Students must have a minimum 3.0 high school GPA and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75 at LMU.

    Women's Swimming Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports members of the women's swimming team who are in good academic standing. Selections are made by the Women's Swimming coach in consultation with the Athletic Director.

    Wonder Woman™ Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports an undergraduate student studying at LMU and the recipient of the BBBS Women in Entertainment Scholarship award. Must have demonstrated financial need as defined by the LMU Financial Aid Office. Must be in good academic standing. Selection made by LMU University Relations and Admissions staff in consultation with BBBS, the Hollywood Reporter and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

    James and Patricia Wood Scholarship*

    This scholarship provides tuition assistance for hardworking, graduating, BCLA seniors whose financial aid package or previous financial aid history reflects significant amounts of loan debt. Students must be in good academic standing and have demonstrated financial need in addition to the above criteria. Selections will be made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts. A minimum of two and maximum of five students will be selected in any year.

    Emilia and Michael Wright Memorial Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students who qualify for AAAA aid and have shown high academic merit (eligibility for the AAAA scholarship is financial need and involvement in the community).

    Michael Wright Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students in Seaver College of Science and Engineering. Students majoring in Math with financial need. If there are no eligible Math majors then another science major who has financial need should be selected. Selections are made by the chair of the Mathematics Department and the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

  • Xerox Corporation Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate minority students enrolled in the College of Business Administration. Preference will be given to students with GPA of 3.0 or better.

  • Zoe Yentzer Dance Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports deserving undergraduate students, with 3.0 GPA or above, majoring in Dance who have demonstrated financial need. Selections are made by the Dean of the College of Communication and Fine Arts in consultation with the chair of the Dance department.

    A. Marburg Yerkes/Martha S. Robinson Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students who qualify for a presidential scholarship by graduating in the top ten percent of their high school class. Selections are made by the Financial Aid Office upon the recommendation of the president.

    Marburg Yerkes/Martha S. Robinson Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduates who demonstrate financial need and are in the top 10% of their class. Merit Based.

    Yoga Studies Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports graduate students in the Masters in Yoga Studies program. Merit based and financial need can be a factor but is not required. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in consultation with the director of the Yoga Studies program.

    Rose Acosta Yonai and John Yonai Annual Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students through the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship process. Preference will be given to students who are Latina/o; and first generation to attend college/university. Preference for undergraduate incoming freshmen who graduated from Sacred Heart High School, if no students are identified then students from Cathedral High School, Bishop Mora Salesian High School, Abraham Lincoln High School and Theodore Roosevelt High School. If there are no applicants from any of the schools identified then other incoming freshman or continuing students who meet the other criteria from a private or public high school in the San Gabriel Valley will be considered. Selections are made by the Latino Alumni Association scholarship selection committee. Selections made by the Latino Alumni Association Scholarship Committee.

    Arthur Young Alumni Scholarship

    This scholarship supports second semester junior accounting majors based on merit for students with at least a 3.5 GPA or on financial need for students with at least a 3.0 GPA. Selections are made by the dean of the College of Business Administration in conjunction with the chair of the Accounting Department.

    Yu Family Scholarship

    This scholarship supports graduate students enrolled in the College of Business Executive MBA Program who have demonstrated financial need. Minimum 3.0 GPA in his/her undergraduate studies (if awarded to an incoming EMBA student) or a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the LMU CBA EMBA Program (if awarded to a current EMBA student). Selections made by the dean of the College of Business Administration. 

  • Franco Zeffirelli Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students in the School of Film and Television who are majoring in Film and TV Production. Selections are made by the dean of the School of Film and Television.

    R. Michael Ziegler Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports students based on demonstrated financial need with preference given to students majoring in physics, chemistry, biochemistry or natural sciences. Should no qualified candidates be available in these majors, consideration can be given to engineering students. Selections made by the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.

    Robert W. and Margaret Zinn Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports MBA students with an emphasis in marketing who are involved in the community, and have a minimum GPA 3.0. It is awarded by the director of the MBA program.

    William and Joan Zirbes Scholarship*

    To assist undergraduate students, excluding first year students. Must have demonstrated Financial Need. One recipient per year to receive $5,000. Preference shall be given to students who are actively engaged in Campus Ministry programming.

    Zwickel Family Art Scholarship*

    This scholarship supports for talented and deserving Studio Arts majors in the College of Communication and Fine Arts. 

    Archbishop Zwijsen Scholarship in BCLA

    This scholarship supports academically deserving Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts students with financial need who are majoring in History. Selections are made by the chair of the History Department in conjunction with the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Archbishop Zwijsen Scholarship in CSE

    This scholarship supports academically deserving students in the Seaver College of Science and Engineering with financial need who are either a Health and Human Science or Biology major intending on pursuing a career in medicine. Selections made by the director of the pre-health program in conjunction with the dean of the Seaver College of Science and Engineering.