David L. Walkington Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship, funded by the Friends of the Fullerton Arboretum, was established to
honor the memory of the late director of the Fullerton Arboretum, for which it is named and may be awarded no more than twice to the same individual.
Open to: Full-time continuing upper-division or graduate students majoring in
biological science or related fields which emphasize botany, ethnobotany, medical plant usage,
ornamental horticulture, plant adaptation, genetic engineering of plants, and/or biogeography.
Criteria: GPA ?Community activities ?Financial need ? Appropriateness of study
Jorice Maag Local History Scholarship
This scholarship is funded by the Friends of the Fullerton Arboretum to encourage the
study of California history and may be awarded no more than twice to the same individual.
Open to: This scholarship is open to full-time continuing upper-division or graduate students pursuing
topics related to California history. Preference will be given to those interested in local history, defined
as topics relating to the immediate area of the campus, Orange County and surrounding areas, or of
persons and institutions in these areas engaging in activities that promote, conserve, and/or exhibit such history.
Criteria: GPA ? Appropriateness of study/project ?Student and community activities ?Financial need
Application Procedure for either scholarship:
1) Complete the SA application at http://www.fullerton.edu/financialaid/_resources/pdf/scholarships/Application.pdf, answering all 7 questions, and sign the certification.
2) Prepare a personal letter of interest that includes a description
of your study and/or activities related to the scholarship requirements, a statement of future goals, and
an explanation of your financial need.
3) Provide a copy of all college transcripts.
4) Obtain two (2) letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a CSUF faculty member.
5) Submit application materials to the Friends of the Fullerton Arboretum, (657) 278-4010.
Application Deadline: March 2