2012-2013 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION NOW CLOSED
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USC Lambda Scholarships


Since 1994, USC Lambda has awarded scholarships to students who demonstrate academic achievement and a strong commitment to the LGBT community, regardless of gender or sexual identity. We have awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships to more than 100 USC students. These recipients have gone on to executive roles in Fortune 500 companies and LGBT nonprofits. They have spearheaded reseach in technology and sociology, produced award-winning films and argued cases before the Supreme Court. They are doctors, educators, artists and activists who inspire our LGBT student body to see their sexual and gender identities as strengths, not obstacles.

DON THOMPSON SCHOLARSHIP IN CINEMATIC ARTS

$3,000

Available to an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in the USC School of Cinematic Arts who demonstrates a commitment to advancing LGBT issues through creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement.


MATTHEW HOLLAND SCHOLARSHIP IN SOCIAL WORK

$4,000

Available to a graduate student enrolled in the USC School of Social Work who demonstrates a commitment to advancing LGBT issues through creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement.

 

RUSSELL GAMBLE SCHOLARSHIP IN ARCHITECTURE

$3,000

Available to an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in the USC School of Architecture who demonstrates a commitment to advancing LGBT issues through creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement.

 

THOMAS J. PETERSON SCHOLARSHIP IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

$2,000

Available to a graduate student enrolled in the USC Marshall School of Business who demonstrates a commitment to advancing LGBT visibility and prominence through professional work, scholarship and/or community engagement.

 

TOMLINSON HOLMAN SCHOLARSHIP IN CINEMATIC ARTS

$16,000

Available to an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in the USC School of Cinematic Arts who demonstrates a commitment to advancing LGBT issues through creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement.

 

VINCENT VIGIL SCHOLARSHIP IN LEADERSHIP

$3,000

Available to an undergraduate or graduate student in any academic program of study whose creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement demonstrate(s) leadership within the LGBT community..

2014-15 Scholarship Applications are now closed.
Deadline to apply was January 31, 2014.

Questions? Contact Kevin Notrica at kevin.notrica@me.com

ALL USC Lambda Scholars are required to:

• complete bio and donor gratitude statement by April 7, 2014

• be featured in USC Lambda Scholarship Video, which films on April 17, 2014

• attend Scholarship Reception and Lavender Celebration on May 4, 2014

• fulfill 20 service hours (10 hours per semester) for the USC Lambda LGBT Alumni Association in the 2013-2014 academic year

 

USC LAMBDA SCHOLARSHIP FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT

$3,000

Available to an undergraduate or graduate student in any academic program of study whose creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement demonstrate(s) leadership within the LGBT community.

 

ALBERT BRECHT SCHOLARSHIP IN LEADERSHIP

$7,500

Available to an undergraduate or graduate student in any academic program of study whose creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement demonstrate(s) leadership within the LGBT community.

 

AMY ROSS SCHOLARSHIP IN HEALTH STUDIES

$5,000

Available to an undergraduate or graduate student in any academic program of study whose creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement demonstrate a commitment to promoting LGBT health and wellness.

 

CHRISTINE MARIE OFIESH SCHOLARSHIP IN PERFORMING ARTS

$6,000

Available to an undergraduate student active in the performing arts (School of Dramatic Arts, Thornton School of Music, Kaufman School of Dance etc.) who demonstrates a commitment to advancing LGBT issues through creative work, scholarship and/or community engagement.

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