Through the generosity of many donors, the College of Community Innovation and Education offers various scholarships to support undergraduate and graduate students. Each year, students may search and apply for scholarships using the A2O: Access to Opportunities online scholarship application system.
To learn more about scholarship opportunities, click on your academic program area below or view the full list of available scholarships.
Meet Some of Our Recipients
Urban and Regional Planning M.A.
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Legal Studies B.S.
Applying for Scholarships
- Log in to A20 by visiting UCF Financial Aid.
- Once you have logged in, complete the short one-time general application.
- After the application is completed, you will be matched with college scholarships for which you immediately qualify during the open scholarship cycle. No further action is required for those scholarships.
You may find UCF scholarships as well as external (public and private) scholarships that you can apply for during the 2021-2022 academic year. However, unlike the college scholarships, these scholarships are not filtered. Therefore, you must take the time to carefully read the descriptions to make sure you qualify for them. To browse scholarships awarded through the Office of Student Financial Assistance, select "ours" under "opportunities" for UCF scholarships. For external scholarships, select external.
Scholarship recipients will receive an email notification regarding their awarded scholarship. Recipients must accept the offered scholarship in A2O and submit a thank-you letter before the scholarship award can be processed.
Your thank-you letter should include:
- How the scholarships will benefit you.
- Why you chose your program of study.
- Involvement in college and community activities.
- Plans after you graduate.
Scholarship Reception Program
All scholarship recipients are invited to the College of Community Innovation and Education Scholarship Reception to celebrate and honor recipients and donors. Students may be asked to meet with donors throughout the year or to participate in engagement opportunities.
January 28 to March 6, 2022