Number of scholarships to award
- tuition fee reduction
Richard Leffingwell joined the CSU’s Chancellor’s Office as a member of the trustees’ audit staff. Then he directed the CSU’s self-supporting financing activities, and later became the Director of Financing and Treasury.
Richard worked with trustees, campuses, and the municipal financing community to establish viable systems for financing non-state projects at the 23 CSU campuses before retiring in 2004.
The Richard K. Leffingwell Scholarship reflects his admiration for the university’s commitment to provideopportunities to foster the next generation of students who wish to be instrumental in serving the public.
The scholarship offers a $3,000 amount, to help you with your studies
- This award is Open to full-time upper division undergraduate or graduate students in Businessand Economics or other disciplines that will serve the applicant in achieving goals relating to nonprofit orpublic service.
- 2.75 GPA
- Financial need
- Students must have demonstrated an interestin and aspire to a career in nonprofit or public service.
- Students must be currently enrolled as a full-timeequivalent upper division or graduate student at a California State University campus and must remain afull-time equivalent student during the scholarship period. All students meeting the above requirements are encouraged to apply.
- A student who is a military veteran, meets the criteria, and is otherwise equal to others in qualifications, will receive favorable consideration.
Study experience required
Log into your CSUF portal and click on the “Scholarships” app on the left hand side. Follow the onscreen instructions and complete the 2023-2024 CSU Systemwide Scholarship Application.