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Student Fellowships

Financial assistance to graduate students is one of the highest priorities of the Dean and the Fielding School’s departmental chairs.

  • An annual gift of $22,000 can provide one scholarship to an outstanding student.
  • An endowed gift of $100,000 enables a donor to name the fellowship in perpetuity.

Ninety percent of students require aid. The average unmet need per student to cover tuition, housing, and food, is almost $33,000 per year. 

Endowed Funds

Individuals may create a named, endowed fund with a minimum gift of $100,000. Such a gift establishes a permanent tribute at the Fielding School, and endorses its high standards of teaching, research and service. Endowed funds often support lectures, scholarships, faculty chairs, and centers. In an Endowed Fund, interest earned by the investment supports the donor's wishes, while the principal remains intact in perpetuity.

Endowed gifts to the Fielding School are maintained by the UCLA Foundation, which has assets surpassing $1 billion.
The Fielding School makes it convenient to give online:

For instructions on how to mail your gift or for other giving options: