Description

The Irving and Jean Stone Fund for International and Undocumented Graduate Students supports international and undocumented students facing emergency situations, whose academic, advocacy, organizing work, or whose personal history and goals advance social justice feminism. This fund is intended to alleviate unexpected financial burdens on these student populations who do not qualify for many funding sources because of their visa or citizenship status. Applications from students whose academic, advocacy, or organizing work, or whose personal history and goals fit the CSW mission will be prioritized. This fund has a rolling deadline and we will disburse awards on a first-come-first-served basis until the funds are depleted. Grants will not typically exceed $3000 except under exceptional circumstances as determined by the review committee.

Amount

  • Multiple grants, not exceeding $3000
  • Grants will be disbursed on a first-come-first-served basis until the funds are depleted

Deadline

Rolling deadline

Criteria

  • Applicant must be a currently registered international and/or undocumented graduate student at UCLA during the quarters when the application is submitted and when the grant payment is made
  • Applications from students whose academic, advocacy, or organizing work, or whose personal history and goals fit the CSW mission will be prioritized

Special Note

  • Students who are qualified under the CA Dream Act of 2011 are eligible to apply. Find detailed information on the Dream Act at financialaid.ucla.edu
  • Students receiving financial aid are advised to consult with the Financial Aid Office about the potential effect of this award on their financial aid package

To Apply

Complete the Application via Submittable.

Only complete applications will be considered.

APPLY HERE

QUESTIONS?

For questions regarding the Irving and Jean Stone Fund for International and Undocumented Graduate Students, please contact the CSW MSO, Rosa Chung at rosa@women.ucla.edu.