Retirees Association Scholarship
The Retirees Association has established a scholarship and began awarding two $1500 scholarships per year in 2013. The purpose of this scholarship is to help children of current faculty and staff attain their degree. Establishing this scholarship relates to one the of the purposes of the Retirees Association, "To provide support for the University and its students, faculty and staff." Other considerations were our interest in increasing awareness of the Association on campus and our lengthy experience in supporting the Faculty Endowment Scholarship, sponsored by the Faculty Senate.
The scholarship is administered through the campus Financial Aid Office. Students mayapply for the $1500 Retirees Association Scholarship by submitting the following The Institutional Scholarship Application by the MARCH 28 DEADLINE.
Scholarship recipients will be selected by the University's Institutional Scholarship Committee in the spring semester; awards will be distributed during the following academic year.
Click HERE for the Institutional Scholarship Application, available February 4.
To be considered for this scholarship applicants must meet these requirements:
- Be the child of a currently employed CSUS faculty or staff member
- Have completed a minimum of 15 units at CSUS
- Have a CSUS GPA of 3.0 or above
- Be a full time student (enrolled in a minimum of 12 units)
- Have Sophomore, Junior, or Senior status
- Financial need is not required but may be considered
- Undergraduate students in ALL majors are eligible
- Students may only receive this scholarship once
Casey McAtee Sara Wilson Jerri McAtee Marty Wilson
Our inaugural scholarship recipients were enthusiastically welcomed at the Fall Dinner; more photos may be seen at the Photos link, "2013 Fall Dinner."
Casey was not able to attend because she is studying in Leeds, England during the fall semester. Her mother, Jerri McAtee, Administrative Coordinator in the Department of Physical Therapy, did attend. Casey is a junior, majoring in Speech Pathology. She plans to complete her masters and work as a speech therapist in an area school district.
Sara attended with her boyfriend, Michael, and her mother, Marty Wilson, Associate Professor in the College of Business. Sara is also a junior and is majoring in History and minoring in Government. She plans complete a PhD in History and teach at the college level.