Scholarships

 

Impact of Giving

Varzos

Alliver Varzos earned a community leadership scholarship for his involvement in the 65th Street Corridor Community Collaborative Project.

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Fund a Future

Scholarships are among the most rewarding ways to give to Sacramento State because of the nearly immediate impact they can make on students’ lives.

As funding for education becomes increasingly unpredictable, more and more students depend on scholarships to pursue their dreams of a college education. Most work at least part-time, many have family obligations, and all feel the pinch from rising prices for living expenses. A scholarship can make the difference that keeps them on track to a degree.

Establishing, contributing to or endowing a scholarship helps ensure that Sacramento State remains affordable and accessible. It also provides opportunities to recognize and motivate our best and brightest students.

Scholarships can be created by an individual, a group or an organization through tax-deductible donations. Donors can choose to provide non-endowed scholarships, memorial scholarships or endowed scholarships. Endowed scholarships are particularly valuable to the University because they provide perpetual source of scholarship income.

Read more about establishing a scholarship.

For more information on scholarships at Sacramento State, please contact: 
Jackie Morris-Henderson
Stewardship coordinator
(916) 278-6931 
jackie@csus.edu