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As part of a time-honored tradition of supporting students and recognizing their achievements, Antioch University Los Angeles is pleased to make available a variety of institutional and donor-based scholarship opportunities. Students are encouraged to contact the AULA Financial Aid Office and their respective academic departments to learn about the latest student funding opportunities.

Departmental Scholarships/Grants

All newly accepted AULA students that meet the stipulated scholarship/grant eligibility criteria are automatically considered for this funding opportunity. A new student’s admission application file is used by the Program’s Scholarship/Grant Committee in determining scholarship eligibility. Continuing students may also be eligible for these awards based on exceptional merit or high financial aid need. For additional questions, students should contact the chairs of their academic department.

Donor-based Scholarships

AULA has several scholarships that are donor-funded. To be eligible for these scholarships, certain criteria must be met, and a separate application may be required.

Bruce and Arlene Crandall Scholarship
This $5,000 scholarship will be awarded to one Antioch University student accepted for the Summer/Fall MFA 2023 term, GSLC Summer 2023 Trimester, Fall 2023 Semester, or Fall 2023 quarter, who has demonstrated social courage by serving in the US Military or has contributed to one of the following national service programs: AmeriCorps, City Year, Peace Corps, and VISTA by completing at least one year of full-time service.
The deadline to apply is September 15, 2023.
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BIPOC Community Service Scholarship

This scholarship ($5,000)* is available for both undergraduate and graduate students applying for full-time study each term in eligible academic degree programs at Antioch University Los Angeles. The scholarship may be renewed after a year of successful completion of full-time study. The scholarship is awarded to a student who identifies as Black, Indigenous, and/or a Person of Color (BIPOC) and is entering their first year in either the Los Angeles Undergraduate Bachelors Completion Program or the MA Psychology Program. *$5,000 scholarship is disbursed evenly over two terms and can be renewed for the second year of study. Find more information here.

Undergraduate Founders Scholarship

This $10,000 scholarship is available to continuing students enrolled at least half-time in the AULA undergraduate program. The scholarship will be disbursed evenly over two terms and may be renewed once to ensure program completion. The Founders Scholarship is awarded to continuing undergraduate students who have successfully completed a minimum of 12 units at Antioch. Find more information here.

Community College Scholars Program

Antioch University Los Angeles is proud to announce the Community College Scholars Program, a scholarship opportunity for undergraduate students transferring from a community college with whom AULA has an articulation agreement. This opportunity is available if you apply to enter one of Antioch’s bachelor’s programs. If granted a Community College Scholarship, Antioch will waive the tuition for your first 6 units, a savings of up to $4,000. This grant will be split between your first 2 quarters. You are eligible for this scholarship if you have earned a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and at least 24 transferable semester units at a qualifying community college.

If you meet the criteria above, you will automatically be considered for the scholarship. Preference will be given to students who have been enrolled in and completed the community college units within the last four years.

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