Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Honors College
Honors students at CSU enjoy an enriched curriculum, individualized attention from faculty and advisors, scholarship support, and a rich array of academic and extracurricular opportunities.
Students admitted to the program receive a scholarship that covers full tuition at the in-state tuition rate and other associated fees. Admission to the program is highly competitive and requires a separate application. Transfer students are also eligible to apply. For more information, deadlines, and application requirements please visit their website.
Business Majors - Ahuja Business Leadership Scholarship
- Must be an incoming freshman admitted directly into the Monte Ahuja College of Business from high school
- Must be admitted to CSU by March 1st
- Minimum ACT composite score of 26 or combined 1190 SAT score
- Minimum 3.4 high school GPA
- Demonstrated leadership abilities
- Complete the Ahuja Business Leadership Scholarship Application by April 1st- including ALL required questions listed
- Freshman Level: eligible for an award of $1,000 - $2,000
- Sophomore Level: eligible for an award of $2,000-$3,500
- Junior Level: eligible for an award of $3,000 - $4,500
- Senior Level: eligible for an award of $4,000 - $5,500
- Renewable: yes
Students interested in participating in Division 1 sports should contact the Athletic Department regarding scholarships and NCAA aid eligibility. Please contact the coaching staff directly for more information:
Other undergraduate scholarships may be available based on your academic major. Contact your academic department for scholarship availability and eligibility criteria.
Assistantships are highly competitive and are limited. Please check with your academic department directly for more information about applying for an assistantship. Graduate assistants may receive compensation in the form of a tuition scholarship and/or living stipend.
Teaching assistantships are provided to assist departments in carrying out their undergraduate instructional programs. Teaching assistants aid faculty members by assembling classroom materials, leading discussion groups, supervising laboratory sessions, evaluating student performance, and carrying out other related instructional activities.
Research assistantships are provided to assist faculty and staff members in conducting research. Whenever possible, research assistants are assigned to individuals working in a variety of areas in order to extend the research experience and professional development of graduate students.
Other graduate scholarships may be available based on your academic program. Contact your academic department for scholarship availability and eligibility criteria.
Please note that we are unable to offer any federal financial aid to international students.
Non-CSU Scholarship Resources
International Student Loan www.internationalstudentloan.com/intl_student
Funding for U.S. Study (IIE) http://www.fundingusstudy.org/
International Scholarships.com www.InternationalScholarships.com
Study Abroad Loans www.StudyAbroadLoans.com
International Student www.InternationalStudent.com
Denmark-America Foundation www.wemakeithappen.dk/us/index.php/daf
American-Scandinavian Foundation www.amscan.org
Japanese Association of University Women http://www.jauw.org/
Arab Student Aid International http://arabstudentaid.org/
Axol Science Scholarship http://www.axolbio.com/page/axol-science-scholarship
The TOEFL Program https://www.ets.org/toefl/scholarships/
International Student Voice http://www.isvmag.com/margaret-w-wong/
The Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund http://www.mmmf-grants.org/home/uscanada-program
OAS Scholarships http://www.oas.org/en/scholarships/
Society of Women Engineers (SEG) Scholarships http://societyofwomenengineers.swe.org/scholarships