Expenses and Financial Aid

We do our best to see that no student is turned away from attending Chapman for financial reasons alone. The Admission and Financial Aid Offices work together to alert students to the federal and state grants–in–aid, part–time employment and low–interest loan programs available. Each year Chapman invests more than $92 million in scholarships, grants and loans for academically promising and needy students. In addition, the Business Office works closely with students and parents to assure that billing is accurate and timely. All costs listed in this section are subject to change without notice.

Financial Information

Chapman eBill is Chapman University's official method for sending student account statements and Chapman ePay is the official online payment site and can be accessed through the Chapman Web site at www.chapman.edu/students/tuition-and-aid/student-business-services/epay.aspx. You may also register your parents/guardians to receive eBill at this site. All costs listed in this section are subject to change without notice.

Tuition

Undergraduate Students

Per year (12–18 credits per semester)

$44,710

Per credit for overload (over 18 credits) in one semester

1,390

Per credit for part–time (11 credits per semester or less)

1,390

Summer school (per credit)

700

Room and Board

Residence Halls

Single room and board (per academic year)

 

North Morlan

$20,066

South Morlan

21,574

Pralle–Sodaro

23,564

Henley and Glass

24,794

Sandhu Residence Center

19,910

Double room and board (per academic year)

 

North Morlan

12,662

South Morlan

13,418

Pralle–Sodaro

14,410

Henley--Glass Halls--Sandhu Residence Center

15,030

Triple room and board (per academic year)

 

North Morlan

10,416

South Morlan

11,010

Pralle--Sodaro

12,802

Henley--Glass Halls--Sandhu Residence Center

13,296

Glass Hall and Sandhu Residence Center Suites (per academic year)

 

Double Suite--Glass Hall

10,882

Quad Double Suite--Glass Hall

10,528

Quad Double Suite--Sandhu Residence Center

14,744

Quad Single Suite--Sandhu Residence Center

16,264

Board only (per academic year)

4,216

Apartments

(See Housing and Residence Life.)

Other Fees and Charges

Application fee (non–refundable)

$65

Health insurance plans (per year)

 

(required of international students)

1462

(Optional for others and must be purchased by the third week of the semester)

 

Associated student fee (per year)

 

Full–time (12 or more credits)

140

Part–time (6–11.5 credits)

60

Part–time (0.5--5.5 credits)

50

Auditing (per credit, if space is available)

100

Health Center fee (per year)

244

(required of all full--time undergraduate students)

 

Lab and material fees

75 and up

Music instruction (see course selection)

 

Petition (filing charge per form)

20

Parking permit, full–time (per year)

350

Parking permit, part–time (per year)

175

Professional placement service

40

Transcript

10

Transcript (special handling)

25

Teacher placement service (25 files, two years)

50

Teacher transcript evaluation

50

Teacher credential processing

50

General Policies

Deposits and Tuition Information

A $200 enrollment deposit is required of all newly admitted undergraduate students. The deposit is due by May 1 for students matriculating in the fall semester and December 15 for those matriculating in the spring semester.

Newly admitted undergraduate transfer students are required to submit a $200 enrollment deposit by June 1 for those matriculating in the fall semester and December 15 for those matriculating in the spring semester.

All new on–campus residents are required to submit a $600 security deposit by June 1 for the fall semester.

Interterm

Undergraduate students who are registered full--time in both the fall and spring semesters (12 units taken in each semester is considered full--time for undergraduate students) may take up to four units during interterm at no charge. This does not include fees for travel courses or lab fees.

Tuition Billing

Payment for the fall semester is due no later than July 31 each year or the day you register for classes, whichever is later. Payment for the spring semester is due no later than December 31 each year or the day you register for classes, whichever is later. Late registration does not change the payment due dates.

Monthly billing statements are available online only through Chapman eBill.

Billing, payment and general information is also available at www.chapman.edu/sbs.

Tuition Stabilization Plan

In order to keep annual tuition increases to a minimum or to prevent them, the university is making available the option of up–front payment of the 2014--15 tuition for two years or more. This plan is not available in conjunction with need–based financial aid awards or guaranteed or parental loans.

If tuition is paid for two or more years in advance, the university will guarantee that there will occur no increase in the tuition in each year paid for as long as the student is continuously enrolled.

Billing and payment information is available through the Business Office in Bhathal Student Services Center, (714) 997–6617, –6968, –6599, –6951, –6503, –6854, –6956, (714) 744–7615, –7926 or e–mail ocbusn@chapman.edu or check the university Web site.

Interest Charge

Interest will be charged at 3.5 percent per annum based on the outstanding account balance each month and is calculated on an average daily balance and is subject to change each June 1. This includes all balances on payment plans.

Tuition Refund Plan

A tuition refund plan is available to students and parents to guarantee a refund of all monies paid to the university in the event that the student suffers a serious illness or accident and must withdraw from the university before the semester is completed, but after the established withdrawal dates for tuition credit referenced in this section. This elective plan provides coverage for tuition, fees and room and board charges*. No exceptions will be made to the tuition credit (withdrawal) policy for students/parents who elect not to purchase this coverage. For further information, please refer to the general information page on the Student Resources Business Office link on the Chapman Web site.

*This plan must be purchased prior to the first day of the semester.

Withdrawal–Add/Drop–Tuition Credit Policy

Dropping below full–time or part–time status will affect any financial aid that has been awarded. Please refer to the Office of Financial Aid.

A petition to withdraw from the university or drop classes after the tuition credit deadlines does not affect students’ financial obligation to the university.

Please note that the dates to withdraw or drop classes for tuition credit differ from those to withdraw or drop classes for academic credit.

Whether any refund will result from the tuition credit received will depend on the payments that have been made.

Failure to attend class or merely giving notice to an instructor will not be regarded as official notice of drop/add or withdrawal.

Tuition credit granted:

Prior to the first day of classes

100%

Within the first week of classes

70%

Within the second week of classes

50%

Within the third or fourth week of classes

10%

After the fourth week of classes

none

There are no exceptions to this policy.

Financial Aid Policies

The Office of Financial Aid is responsible for the administration of undergraduate and graduate student financial aid. It provides counseling and information to students and parents. All students who need financial assistance are encouraged to apply.

Procedures for Applying for Financial Aid

All new students are automatically considered for academic scholarships. There are no special application forms to complete.

In addition to academic awards, Chapman provides scholarships to new students for special talents in music, theatre, science, art, film, creative writing and dance. An audition or submission of a portfolio may be required to determine eligibility. If so, the Office of Admission will notify the student.

In addition to scholarships, Chapman provides assistance from an array of grant, loan and employment programs. These programs are funded by Chapman, federal and state government and various private organizations. To apply, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Californians should also complete the Cal Grant GPA Verification Form.

When completing the FAFSA, please be sure to list “Chapman University, Orange, California” in step six of the form. The Title IV school code for Chapman is 001164.

The preferential filing date for mailing the FAFSA to the federal processor is March 2. Grants, loans and employment may be awarded to students who apply after these dates; however, funds may be exhausted in some programs.

Please contact the Office of Financial Aid with questions at (714) 997–6741. A toll–free telephone number also is available at (888) CU–APPLY. In addition to calling the Office of Financial Aid, the federal government can be contacted for information about completing the FAFSA at (800) 4 FED AID.

Financial Aid Programs

Federal Student Aid

Federal programs administered by the Office of Financial Aid include Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) and Federal Work Study (FWS), which provides opportunities for part–time employment. Loan programs include Federal Perkins Loans, Federal Direct Loans, Direct Parent Plus Loans and Graduate Plus Loans, all of which must be repaid. Detailed information is available from the Office of Financial Aid.

State of California Financial Aid

The State of California provides Cal Grants to financially and academically eligible students. Eligibility criteria change each year based on appropriations from the state legislature and the number of applicants. The Cal Grant A and Cal Grant B programs are available to undergraduates who are residents of California.

Chapman University Scholarships

Each year, Chapman University provides over $52 million to students who have demonstrated outstanding academic performance and over $1 million to those who demonstrate special talents. For first–year students, academic scholarships are awarded on the basis of high school grades and admissions test scores. Transfer students are awarded based on grades received at other colleges and universities. Scholarships for special talents are awarded by the faculty. Application information is available from the Office of Admission.

Children of Chapman Grants

Students attending Chapman receive a $1,000 grant each year if one or both their parents are graduates of Chapman. These grants may be renewed up to four years.

Chapman Grants

These grants are designed to offset direct educational costs for applicants with demonstrated financial need. Recipients must maintain a minimum of a 2.000 (a C average) GPA and a minimum of 24 units per academic year for renewal. Eligibility is determined by the Office of Financial Aid after considering other financial aid available to the student. In the 2013--2014 academic year, Chapman University awarded over $40 million in Chapman Grant assistance.

Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Awards

In recognition of the considerable support received from the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the following awards are available to full--time students who are members of the Christian Church and our partner denomination, the United Church of Christ.

Disciples Ministerial Dependent Grant

A 50 percent tuition grant for dependents of Disciples and United Church of Christ clergy is available. Recipients must be full–time undergraduates making satisfactory academic progress. Eligibility is determined on the basis of academic potential and relative need.

Disciples Fellowship Award

An award to students who are members of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and United Church of Christ. The minimum award is $2,000 annually for students who are participating in the Disciples on Campus Program.

Disciples Youth Leadership Grant

A 50 percent tuition grant offered to students with a minimum grade point average of 2.500 and who have served on the area, regional, general or conference youth leadership team during at least one of their high school years.

Hall of Sponsors

The Hall of Sponsors recognizes individuals in whose names permanent scholarships have been established through endowments of $25,000 or more. Scholarships are renewable annually based upon evidence of continued financial need and normal progress toward successful completion of degree requirements.

Alumni Association Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Gerald and Virginia Bash Scholarship–awarded to pre–ministerial or religious studies students.

Bernice Brashear Beasley Memorial Scholarship–the purpose is to assist students who demonstrate vocal talent and financial need.

Bella Vista Christian Church Scholarship–awarded to Disciples students who demonstrate financial need and academic commitment.

Bergel Endowed Scholarship–awarded to outstanding students in history or honors programs.

Brady Bergeson Endowed Scholarship–the purpose of the fund is to assist a student who demonstrates the attributes of the four pillars of a Chapman education: intellectual, social, spiritual and physical.

Elizabeth E. and Edward A. Bodie Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Matthew Bowen Memorial Scholarship–awarded to students from Esperanza High School with financial need.

Justine Bowyer Memorial Art Scholarship–awarded to outstanding students in art.

Roseanne M. Bye Scholarship–awarded to a theatre or dance student who demonstrates meritorious success and financial need.

California's Gold Scholarship Endowment–awarded to students who demonstrate a positive outlook and are actively pursuing ways to improve society as altruistic change agents.

Harry W. Campbell Endowed Scholarship–awarded to students majoring in business.

Lawrence and Leslie Cancellieri Endowed Scholarship–awarded to students in the College of Performing Arts demonstrating both talent and strong academic achievement.

Central Christian Church Scholarship–awarded to Disciples students.

The Carol Channing and Harry Kullijian Foundation for the Arts Endowed Scholarship in the Arts–awarded to outstanding students in the performing arts.

Frank Leray Chapline, M. D. and Anna Chapline Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students preparing for the study of medicine.

Chapman Alumni Award--50 Year Club Memorial Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Stan Chapman Endowed Music Scholarship–awarded to deserving music students who excel in music studies and performance.

Beta Chi--Vivian Cheverton--Dorothy Ferrin Scholarship–awarded to deserving students who demonstrate academic achievement.

Marie Coate Scholarship–awarded to worthy and needy disciples students with preference given to members of the First Christian Church of Stockton.

Ronald and Ronna Coe Family Achievement in Art Endowed Scholarship–to provide financial support for talented students with financial need who have declared a major in art.

Clifford Cole Memorial Scholarship–awarded for the training of ministers.

Carrie Cooper Scholarship–awarded to needy students in education interested in pursuing a career in teaching.

Joan Turner Cox Fellowship Scholarship–awarded to a graduate student in the teacher training program.

Carl and Violet Crain Scholarship–awarded to needy disciples students interested in spiritual growth and development.

Donna Cucunato Movement Education Scholarship Endowment Fund–awarded to an outstanding undergraduate student transitioning to a College of Educational Studies master or credential degree program with an interest in dance, physical education, health, nutrition, sports medicine, kinesiology, athletic training or related area.

C. Leroy Custer Scholarship–awarded to music students.

James Dean Scholarship–awarded to needy and worthy students with preference given to those planning a career in journalism.

Woody Deitch Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Richard W. and Marjorie A. Derby Scholarship–to benefit graduate students of the College of Educational Studies.

Max DeWeese Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Disciples Endowed Scholarship–awarded to disciples students.

Dharod Endowed Scholarship Fund–awarded to a deserving undergraduate business major who demonstrates financial need.

Marcus Dodson Memorial Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Roy and Carmelina Doti Memorial Scholarship–awarded to deserving students in the Fowler School of Law.

Jonathan Duddy Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Steven Dunham Scholarship–awarded to a student in his/her junior year with superior vocal talent, planning to pursue a career in opera and who displays the highest ethical standards and maintains a 2.500 GPA.

Dean and Mally Echols Scholarship–preference to students preparing for ministry.

Nelson T. and May Edwards Endowed Scholarship–awarded with preference given to students planning a career in business, banking or finance.

George Ehrhart Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Lark Ellen Christian Church of Fullerton Scholarship--awarded to disciples students from the Pacific Southwest Region.

Robert Fahey Memorial Scholarship–awarded to a student teacher candidate with emphasis in mathematics or science.

Jim and Loa Farley Memorial Scholarship–awarded to needy students with good academic standing.

Fedderman Endowed Scholarship–awarded to students in the field of music who show unusual promise and have financial need.

First Christian Church of Huntington Park Scholarship–awarded to disciples students.

First Christian Church of San Jose Scholarship–awarded first to students who are members of the First Christian Church San Jose, then to other disciples students who need financial aid and finally to other needy and deserving students. Recipients must be approved by the board of the First Christian Church, San Jose.

Fisher Endowed Presidential Scholarship–awarded to a deserving scholar with good academic standing.

Willis W. Fisher Scholarship–awarded to graduating seniors entering upon the teaching of religion.

James L. Flournoy Endowed Scholarship in Urban Education–awarded to students enrolled in one of the majors offered by the College of Educational Studies. Preference given to first generation students.

J. Robert Fluor Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

J. Simon Fluor Scholarship–awarded to deserving students in business or economics.

Gail C. Fong Scholarship–awarded to worthy and needy students.

Douglas Francis ASBE Scholarship–awarded to deserving students majoring in business.

Laura Jane Frank Memorial Scholarship–awarded to a student with a preference given to a harpist.

Paul Frizler Memorial Scholarship–awarded to a student in art, communication studies, English, dance and theatre who demonstrates promise of becoming a creative scholar.

Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society Scholarship–awarded to a needy student.

Clyde and Louise Gates Endowed Scholarship–awarded to worthy and needy students with a preference given to those who are members of the Pacific Grove Christian Church or who are disciples students from Northern California or other students from the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).

Mildred and Mervin Griffiths Endowed Scholarship in Music–awarded to deserving students in music.

Maybelle Edwards Hammel Endowed Scholarship–awarded with preference given to business majors.

William S. Hammel Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Susie Hammond Endowed Scholarship Fund–awarded to deserving students.

William J. Haney Scholarship–awarded to merit scholars with a preference for those pursuing an education in instrumental music and/or modern languages.

Vaughan R. Harlan Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students with preference given to children of Chapman graduates.

Will Green Harton and General Will S. Green Scholarship–awarded to deserving students studying journalism.

Margaret Hashinger Endowed Scholarship–awarded to needy and worthy students.

William Randolph Hearst Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Mary S. and W. Bradford Hellis Scholarship–awarded to deserving students with preference given to students who are residents of Orange County.

Clark Higgins MBA/EMBA Scholarship–awarded to deserving MBA and EMBA students.

Rev. Homer Hill Scholarship–awarded to a Disciples student who are pre--ministry majors.

La Don Giles Hix Achievement in Art Award–awarded to art major possessing talent and strong academic achievement.

Hollydale Christian Church Scholarship–awarded to disciples students.

Daphne and Will Horst Endowed Scholarship–awarded to students majoring in education with a 3.000 GPA.

Ruth G. Hoskings Memorial Scholarship–awarded to needy students.

Hulsizer Scholarship Award in Business–awarded to business students.

Hutton International Student Scholarship–awarded to an International student.

IdeaHall Endowed Scholarship–deserving students pursuing a career in public relations/advertising.

Wilder and Mary Immel Scholarship–awarded to a student with an emphasis in peace studies; preference given to a North California/Nevada region disciples student who is planning to enter some form of ministry–related work.

Andrew and Olivia Johnson Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Erwin Johnson Music Scholarship–awarded to a Chapman orchestra violinist.

Bob Jones Scholarship–awarded to disciples students with financial need.

Fletcher Jones Endowed Scholarship Fund–awarded to deserving students.

Vaughan Kelley Endowed Scholarship–awarded to students majoring in theatre.

Kellison Memorial Scholarship–awarded with preference given to students preparing for a church vocation.

Martin M. and Esther H. Kennedy Scholarship–awarded to graduate students in communications, teaching, business or physical therapy.

Kirkpatrick Music Scholarship–awarded to music majors who are members of the orchestra.

Robert Kuntz Memorial Scholarship–awarded to students pursuing a career in opera.

Albert and May Lee Memorial Scholarship--awarded to students who demonstrate financial assistance to pursue study of law.

Ellsworth Lewis Scholarship--awarded to needy and worthy students.

Leon Leyson Endowed Scholarship–awarded to a student who demonstrates financial need, has a 3.000 GPA and is pursuing a course of study related to the history of the holocaust. Preference will be given to a student who participated in the Chapman University Holocaust Art and Writing Contest.

Liberace Foundation Endowed Scholarship--awarded to outstanding students in music.

Robert A. Lineberger Memorial Scholarship–awarded to a student majoring in accounting who is in his or her sophomore year and intends to pursue the profession of accounting.

Macino Endowed Scholarship–awarded to needy and worthy students.

Maxwell Family Endowed Scholarship Fund–awarded to a full–time freshman in any discipline or area of study with need of financial assistance, with a minimum GPA of 3.500.

Paul Mayfield Black Student Union Scholarship (BSU)–awarded to a full--time student who has completed at least two semesters, is a member of the Black Student Union (BSU), GPA of at least 2.500 and demonstrates leadership in affairs of BSU. Recipient to be recommended by Chapman University advisor to BSU. If no student is eligible in a given year, funds will be awarded to a Thurgood Marshall eligible student.

Mayr/Anderson Scholarship--awarded to needy students from California.

Guy McHenry Endowed Scholarship--awarded to deserving students.

Frank E. and Katherine Chapman Melka Scholarship--awarded to students majoring in art.

Jim Miller Scholarship–awarded to Wilkinson College students with good academic standing and an immediate need.

Merrill Miller Scholarship–preference given to students in environmental science, in communication studies, teaching, business and physical therapy.

Marvin W. Meyer Endowed Scholarship–awarded to students with minimum GPA of 3.000, second year student or greater and recommended by faculty committee based on demonstrated service to humanity.

Guy B. Mize, Jr. Endowed Scholarship–awarded to students with financial need who are planning careers in business.

Moore Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Helen and L. C. Moseley Scholarship–awarded to deserving students with preference given to disciples students.

Oliver Wendell Mt. Pleasant Endowed Scholarship–awarded to a merit scholarship student/students majoring in history until native American studies courses are again offered by Chapman University.

Muth Endowed Scholarship Fund–awarded to deserving students.

Muth Family and Orco Block Company Scholarship–awarded to students; one–third to liberal arts students, two–thirds to business/economics students.

Edward T. Nesbit and Effie Miller Nesbit Scholarship–awarded to deserving students pursuing careers of service to the ministry.

Timothy O’Brien Memorial Scholarship–awarded with preference given to hard–working students.

Ojai First Christian Church Scholarship–awarded to a disciples student planning to enter the ministry.

Flora Olsen Endowed Scholarship in Ceramics–awarded to students in the ceramics program.

Margaret E. Oser Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Pankey Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

J. Parrott Disciples Scholarship–awarded to disciples day students.

Wilbur and Betsy Parry Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Philosophy Scholarship for Religious Studies–awarded to students of academic excellence, personal religious commitment and exemplary moral character who have an interest in undergraduate study of philosophy and a commitment to pursuing graduate work in religious studies.

Porter Family Memorial Scholarship–awarded to a deserving student.

Pralle Foundation Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students who demonstrate financial need.

Mark Press ASBE Scholarship–awarded to business students from Santa Ana, California.

Ava L. Pryor Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Byron Rhoades Memorial Scholarship–awarded to students majoring in music.

George R. Ringo Memorial Scholarship–awarded to students studying for the ministry, missionary work or training to become religious leaders.

Gerald R. and Kay Ryer Scholarship–awarded to a physical therapy graduate student.

William T. Salmon Memorial Scholarship–awarded to worthy and needy students.

Donald and Gwen Shaffer Endowed Music Scholarship–awarded to deserving students in music.

Laura and John Shanley Endowed Music Scholarship–awarded with preference given to students in music.

Marcia Louise Sharpless Memorial Scholarship–awarded to students majoring in education.

Dixie and Gordon Shaw Endowed Music Scholarship–awarded to students majoring in music.

Edgar Sholund Memorial Scholarship–awarded to students in music.

Joni Smith Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

William Stallworth Endowed Law Scholarship–awarded to deserving students in the law school.

Dr. Barbara Stansell Communication Sciences and Disorders Scholarship–to benefit students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program.

Harry G. Steele Foundation Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Stillwell Scholarship–awarded to students with demonstrated financial need.

Nathan Stillwell Endowed Scholarship in Business–awarded to deserving transfer students who major in business communications.

Don Sweetland Memorial Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Team Up for Down Syndrome Endowed Scholarship for Disability Studies in Honor of Cade Hudler–College of Educational Studies undergraduate and/or graduate students pursuing a degree in special education or disability studies.

Henri Temianka Scholarship in String Studies–awarded to meritorious students pursuing violin studies at the Hall--Musco Conservatory of Music. If no violin students in the academic term, meritorious students pursuing viola or cello studies shall qualify in place of the violin. Recipients will be required to participate in the chamber orchestra and small ensemble in addition to maintaining satisfactory academic progress.

Theta Sigma Gamma Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Town & Gown Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Ken and Barbara Tye Scholarship–awarded to a post–baccalaureate student who has demonstrated exceptional merit and potential as a teacher within the first two courses of the credential program. The candidate will have established need for financial assistance. The candidate must be bilingual, fluent in both English and any other language.

George H. Veeh Endowed Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

Elizabeth (Liz) Wallace Scholarship in Communication Sciences and Disorders–awarded to students that are applying to and attending the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program.

Waltmar Endowed Scholarship–awarded to students in business with a preference given to international business majors.

Alice Weisenburger Scholarship–awarded to deserving students.

W.M. Whitaker Disciples Student Scholarship–awarded to disciple students.

Harmon and Nadine Wilkinson Endowed Scholarship–awarded to outstanding students with solid academic standing or honors program demonstrating financial need and achieved a 3.500 GPA for admission and maintain a 2.750 GPA for renewal consideration. Preference given to students who are studying in a major offered through the Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences or students participating in the Disciples of Christ Program.

Women’s Campus Club Scholarship–awarded to students who have a 3.000 GPA, leadership abilities, goals, character and evidence of need.

John and Nell Wooden Scholarship–awarded to a third or fourth year students in education; first priority is for a student from First Christian Church, Santa Monica; second priority is for a student who is a disciples member; third priority is for a student in need.

The Young's Market Company Endowed Scholarship Fund–awarded to deserving students in the Argyros School of Business and Economics requiring financial assistance.

Nicholas and Ann Ziilch Scholarship–awarded with preference given to students planning careers in Christian service.