Funding Opportunities

Asian American Studies Center Opportunities

AASC Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants, & Prizes:

For more information, please contact:

Meg Malpaya Thornton

External Relations Coordinator

Asian American Studies Center

Address: 2239 Campbell Hall


Telephone: 310/825-1006 

Institute of American Cultures Opportunities

Institute of American Cultures Fellowships & Grants:

Undergraduate Education: Scholarship Resource Center

Find out more information about funding opportunities by clicking on the respective links.

If you are interested in traveling abroad for study or research in 2017-2018 or in 2018-2019, plan to attend a Fulbright information session. There are two Fulbright programs available. The Fulbright U.S.


The Chinese American Citizens Alliance Foundation (Foundation) was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) foundation on April 5, 1971 in the State of California. The primary endeavor of the Foundation is to award academic scholarships to exemplary college students of Chinese decent.


Post-Baccalaureate, M.A., or “Gap Year”Research Scholarships for

Humanities/Arts Recent Grads

UCLA Campus Deadlines: June – September 2017



The Undergraduate Research Scholars Program (URSP) is for juniors and seniors who have a strong commitment to research and who will be completing a comprehensive independent research project or a departmental honors thesis during the 2017-18 academic term.


The 2016-2017 Nakanishi Award, consisting of two $2,500 cash prizes, will acknowledge two deserving UCLA students, one graduate and one undergraduate, for their outstanding practical research, publications, teaching, training, and/or educational service (e.g., applied-research projects assisting


UC Smoke and Tobacco Free Student Fellowships

Applications for 2017-18 now Open


The YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund for $5,000 is open to sophomores, juniors, or seniors IN ANY MAJOR who may beinterested in a career in the global fashion industry.


Are you civically engaged? Do you want to work toward social justice? Interested in receiving a scholarship to do community-based research?



These scholarships are generous and are designed to specifically support stuednts interested in social justice work.


Go For Broke National Education Center (GFBNEC) is a nonprofit organization that exists to educate and inspire character and equality through the virtue and valor of our World War II American veterans of Japanese ancestry.