The Public Administration Program has scholarships available for students; there are no fellowships or teaching fellowships available although faculty often are working on research projects in which they have funds to hire research assistants.
Eugene I. Pearl Memorial Scholarship
The Eugene I. Pearl Memorial Scholarship Fund was created by an alumnus, Barry Pearl, in honor of his late father. The Fund provides reimbursement for the purchase of textbooks. Each year, this fund will provide two students who are specializing in the Urban Administration elective emphasis with scholarships for purchasing books. The scholarship is open to those students specializing in Urban Administration who have maintained a grade point average of at least 3.5 and who intend to pursue a career in government. Preference will be given to full-time students, who can receive awards up to $300; part-time students may be granted awards of up to $200.
To apply for the Eugene I. Pearl Scholarship, go to this link on AcademiWorks, https://sfsu.academicworks.com/admin/opportunities/6747
Cho Public Service Scholarship
SF State Cho Public Service Scholarships are available on a competitive basis for incoming and continuing students. Students are selected on the basis of outstanding academic achievement, outstanding community service, and potential for excellence in the public and nonprofit sectors.
To apply for the Cho Public Service Scholarship, go to this link on AcademicWorks, https://sfsu.academicworks.com/admin/opportunities/6744
Bernard T. Deasy Honorary Scholarship in Public Administration
CSU Robert O’Dell Scholarship
Please contact the program office for information and applications.