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University of California-Santa Barbara Regents Scholarship


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  • Scholarships provide critical support to the success of students at UCSB. Due to the generous support of donors, students have received over $4.5 million in scholarships. For each term, scholarships received more than 10 days prior to the first day of classes will be handled as follows: scholarships will not disburse until 10 days prior to the first day of classes; scholarships
    for students not enrolled in sufficient units at or before census date will be returned to the scholarship agency; and scholarships received for individuals we cannot verify as students will be returned to the scholarship agency upon receipt.

    The University of California- Santa Barbara Regents Scholarship recognizes incoming undergraduates of outstanding academic achievement and promise. All freshmen admitted for the fall quarter at UCSB are considered for the Regents Scholarship, based on their UC Application for Admission. No additional information is required. To remain eligible for their scholarship, Regents Scholars are required to maintain both a quarterly and cumulative GPA of 3.20. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Jimmy B  on 10/7/2022 8:01:53 AM

Hello, my name is Jimmy Brown. I am an African American Honor student since 2nd grade. I’m a senior in high school. I am applying for this scholarship so that my situation of financial hardship to go to college does not prevent me from my heart’s desire to help people as my future career. I’ve played football for 9 years straight and during my life time I’ve seen a lot of unhealthy people and multiple injuries. I want to help people especially upcoming generations and elderly get healthy and live and improve their bodies. I’ve been injured a few times but by Gods grace I recovered. Experience is the best teacher and my goal is to help and educate others so they won’t go through what I went through.