Outside Scholarship List

This page provides information on the outside scholarships received by our very own UCSF students the past few years. The new tool below will allow you to review scholarships that actually apply to graduate students in health professional programs. You can filter by the Program of Past Recipients to see, for example, what scholarships Dental students have received, as that might apply to you. You can filter by Program Restriction as well, because a Medical student may have received a scholarship that is also open to Nursing students, for example. Search results include information on the amount awarded and the deadline dates, along with the relevant link to the outside organization. We hope you find this useful compared to the overwhelming results found in some of the more generic search engines.

  • Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California Scholarship

    All applicants must be enrolled in a college/university or trade school AND currently reside within one of HFNC’s service areas. Criteria for consideration will include the following: legibility of the completion of the application, academic excellence, community service experience, recommendations, and personal essay. We wish you the very best of luck as you pursue your dreams.

  • Higher Education & Ministry Scholarship

    Student must be a full member of the United Methodist Church. The United Methodist Church offers a wide variety of scholarships to active, full members of The United Methodist Church.

  • Higher Education Scholarship

    • Scholarship Organization:
    • Scholarship Amount:
      Up to $2,500
    • Deadline:
      June 30

    The Higher Education Scholarship award is given every summer for the upcoming school calendar year, in memory of Lauren Melissa Kelly. The academic scholarships of up to $2500, are awarded to two adults with cystic fibrosis who are pursuing career certifications, associates, and bachelor and graduate degrees.

  • Hispanic Association of College and University Scholarship

    The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) is pleased to be the administrator of scholarship opportunities provided by our partners. These scholarships can help students cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, and other expenses

  • Hispanic Dental Association Scholarship

    The Hispanic Dental Association Foundation awards student dentists who seek to advance their scientific and applied clinical knowledge as they enter into the oral health profession, and who are dedicated to improving and serving the oral health of the Hispanic community. Applicants must be a current HSDA/HDA member.

  • Hmong American Education Fund Scholarships

    The Hmong American Education Fund offers a variety of scholarships to Hmong-American, as well as any student planning to pursue further education. Criteria may vary between scholarships.

  • Horizons Foundation

    The Horizons Foundation offers a diverse range of grant opportunities to LGBTQ students focused on supporting and raising the visibility of the LGBTQ community.

  • Immigrants Rising Scholarships

    • Scholarship Organization:
    • Scholarship Amount:
      up to $7,000
    • Deadline:
      March 8

    Immigrants Rising’s Scholarship Fund (previously called New American Scholars Fund) provides financial awards to low-income immigrant college and graduate students who live and/or attend school in the San Francisco Bay Area.

  • Kaiser Permanente

    Kaiser Permanente recognizes to the potential of future physicians and their contributions by offering $5,000 scholarships to fourth-year medical students for their demonstrated commitment to under-served communities. Must be a current 3rd year student.

  • Kamehameha Scholarship

    • Scholarship Organization:
    • Scholarship Amount:
    • Deadline:
      January 31

    The 'Imi Na'auao Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship program available to graduate students. Applicants must be a Hawai'i resident with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.