CSUN is proud to partner with various UNLV offices to bring undergraduates financial assistance through sponsored scholarships. All CSUN sponsored scholarships are open to any undergraduate student regardless of citizenship (i.e. undocumented, DACAmented, TPS, etc.).
CSUN has partnered with the UNLV Adult Learner Advisory Board in order to recognize adult learner undergraduate students who display personal initiative, growth, and leadership qualities that enhance their educational experience by being involved in the community.
CSUN and the Office of Student Diversity Programs (SDP) want to recognize undergraduate students that advocate for, support, and uplift APIME (Asian, Pacific Islander, and Middle Eastern) diaspora communities.
COE Undergraduate Education Majors must complete three (3) field experiences that range from 6 - 40 hours per week. CSUN and the College of Education seek to provide financial assistance for our Non-PPP Undergraduate Education Majors in their final semesters to help support retention and a timely graduation.
College of Education Human Services Internship Scholarship
Human Services Undergraduate Majors must complete two (2) 180 hour internships. CSUN and the College of Education seek to provide financial assistance for our Undergraduate Human Services Majors in their final semesters to help support retention and a timely graduation.
Immigrant & International Student Support Sponsorship
CSUN and the Intersection: Academic Multicultural Resource Center have teamed up to provide funding for non-citizen UNLV undergraduate students in order to cover fees from the process of obtaining or maintaining any immigration status.
The Reaching Indigenous Student Excellence Scholarship is a partnership between CSUN and the Office of Student Diversity Programs (SDP) to recognize undergraduate students that empower, support, advocate, and seek to uplift Indigenous communities.
CSUN and International Student and Scholar Services are proud to provide financial assistance to international students by increasing access and support to undergraduate students looking for opportunities to live and learn in the United States.
CSUN and the Office of Student Diversity Programs (SDP) seek to recognize undergraduate students that want to help transform the social climate of UNLV and/or the Las Vegas community to benefit, advocate, support, and uplift Latinx/Latino communities.
CSUN and The Office of Student Diversity Programs want to recognize undergraduates - regardless of gender identity - who possess leadership qualities on and off campus that help transform the social climate of their community to benefit and empower the LGBTQIA+ population.
CSUN and the Women's Research Institute of Nevada have teamed up to provide this scholarship with the purpose of recognizing undergraduates who possess leadership qualities, on and off campus, that empower women-led initiatives regardless of gender identity.
CSUN has partnered with the Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach for the purpose of supporting undergraduate students from all academic disciplines who seek to continue research projects. This scholarship is intended to reduce financial impediments (e.g., need for outside employment to cover living expenses) that students may face while completing undergraduate research activities into the fall semester.
The CSUN Study Abroad Scholarship scholarship provides financial assistance to undergraduate students participating in an education abroad program so they have the opportunity to live and learn in countries around the globe.
CSUN and the Undocumented Student Program (USP) have teamed up to provide financial assistance to undocumented undergraduate students who are overcoming systemic barriers in achieving higher education.
CSUN has partnered with the UNLV/CSN Transfer Program in order to provide financial support and recognition to UNLV undergraduate students transferring from CSN and continuing their academic career at UNLV.
CSUN and the Military and Veteran Services Center have partnered on this scholarship to support undergraduate students who are veterans or active members of the U.S. Armed Forces, a spouse of a veteran, or a dependent (child) of a veteran, pursuing an undergraduate program.