Scholarships for students in the College of Educational Studies are one of the areas of greatest need. There are many disciplines within CES where scholarships are needed.
The Tye International Travel Grant Program helps students achieve their dreams of studying abroad and becoming culturally aware global citizens.
The Donna Cucunato Movement Education Fund was created in honor of Professor Donna Cucunato. Donna worked at Chapman University for more than 30 years as an inspirational teacher and mentor to hundreds of students. The fund was created to aid CES students who exemplify Donna’s best qualities and need help to make a difference in the world around them.
First Generation Student Scholarships create access to higher education for those students who are forging new paths to be the first in their family to attend college. These academically excellent students bring unique perspectives to the Chapman campus, but they need financial support to fulfill their college dreams.
Ph.D. Scholarships help attract the best and brightest doctorate candidates to the Chapman community. CES is proud to have the first research-based doctorate at Chapman University. These candidates and their research will bring immeasurable value to the Chapman community in the years to come, but they need that same community provide them with the financial support to make their studies a reality.
The Hayley Taitz Endowed Fellowship was created in memory of Hayley Taitz and supports graduate students in the College of Educational Studies' school psychology or related program. Eligible students aspire to follow in Hayley's footsteps through dedication to serving children with disabilities and their families in the community. You may click here to make your donation.