The UCLA Campus Retention Committee’s R.A.I.S.E.D Scholarship is now open! The R.A.I.S.E.D Scholarship was founded by two undergraduate students looking to support dismissed students. The R.A.I.S.E.D scholarship is open to support readmitted students who have successfully completed at least one full quarter after readmission. Selected recipients will receive $1,000 towards tuition.
More information can be found in the attached flyer.
History of the Scholarship:
The Retention and Advocacy Integration for Students Embracing Dismissal (R.A.I.S.E.D) scholarship was created by two students in UCLA’s Student Retention Center, who advocated for the need of dismissed students by aiding them in the readmission process. As the university has struggled to meet the needs of students due to dwindling funds by the state, dismissed students have suffered. There has been a lack of attention to the academic, holistic, and financial struggles that dismissed students face at UCLA as well as minimal available resources to dismissed students seeking readmission.
Each year, the Campus Retention Committee continues to offer this scholarship to support the efforts of readmitted students. Recipients of this scholarship will be expected to help advocate for the dismissed community by committing themselves to community service that will be beneficial for current dismissed students. The type of community service will be chosen by the recipient, and must be approved by the R.A.I.S.E.D. committee.
To apply for the R.A.I.S.E.D. Scholarship: https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/RAISEDscholarship2021
For questions, please contact R.A.I.S.E.D. Scholarship Subcommittee Chairperson Daniel Ponce at email@example.com
Eligibility and Guidelines:
- Must have completed at least one full quarter of course work following readmission.
- BRP Winter 2021 participants who are full-time UCLA students in Spring 2021 are eligible to apply.
- Applicants must demonstrate a minimum 2.5 GPA following readmission.
- Applicants must be enrolled as UCLA undergraduates for the entire 2021-2022 academic year.
- Applicants are encouraged to be an active member of a Student Retention Center housed project and demonstrate intent to advocate on behalf of dismissed students. Such involvement can include utilizing peer counseling services, participating in project’s mentorship programs, and other services that promote retention.
- Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to leadership, community involvement, and financial need (examples include advocating on issues that affect dismissed students, referring students to utilize campus resources, participating on panels, etc.)
- Undocumented students with AB-540 status may apply.
- Scholarship recipients are encouraged to attend or participate in CPO events and programs (virtual or in-person). Please visit the CPO Instagram [@uclacpo] and website for the latest on events hosted by the CPO.