The College of Communications offers a variety of scholarships for students in all four degree programs: Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA), Communications (COMM), Human Communication Studies (HCOM) and Communication Sciences and Disorders (COMD). Below are links to a PDF list of scholarships available in each department, and a link to the PDF Scholarship Application (SA).  Please note that some scholarships require additional material, such as an essay, beyond just the application.  Be sure to submit all requested documents.


How Scholarships Can Affect Your Financial Aid Awards: As a financial aid recipient, you understand that funds received from outside sources or agency for educational expenses (i.e., scholarships fee waivers, Voc Rehab assistance, etc.), will be coordinated with all other aid offered and that the coordination of these additional resources may result in retroactive changes to the types and amounts of financial aid initially offered by California State University, Fullerton.


Scholarship application deadline is March 1, 2019.

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Additionally, the university offers a number of scholarships. Full details for scholarships and awards at Cal State Fullerton are available by clicking on the link below:

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Disclaimer:   Federal regulations require students to notify the Office of Financial Aid of any scholarships and/or stipends they are receiving, which includes awards issued by academic departments, as well as those paid directly to the student. Upon notification, all financial aid funds - this includes scholarships/stipends - must be taken into account when determining your eligibility for all other financial aid award(s).  Speak with a financial aid counselor to discuss the impact on your financial aid award package.