College Women’s Club of Pasadena Scholarship
Founded in 1921, the College Women’s Club of Pasadena is truly an historic organization. The Club’s Scholarship Foundation allocates financial aid to approximately 10 full-time students each year who need financial help completing their college or graduate education. Over its lifetime, CWCPSF has granted out $1,210,000 to 608 women. The Club has 80 current members who raise funds though events, a boutique, and donations.
In 2016, the Club made the decision to transfer the scholarship foundation’s $1.2 million endowment to the Pasadena Community Foundation (PCF). PCF manages the endowment and Club members raise funds and select scholarship recipients. This partnership ensures the perpetuity of the Club’s outreach and mission. The endowment currently stands at nearly $2 million.
In 2021, College Women’s Club of Pasadena awarded $46,500 to 12 women for the 2021-22 school year:
Madison Ferrarini – Fuller Theological Seminary Graduate School of Psychology
Jordan Lara – Fuller Theological Seminary Graduate School of Psychology
Priscilla Caballero – Glendale Community College
Lisa Hung – East Los Angeles College
Jennifer Marenco – Art Center College of Design
Carolina Martinez – East Los Angeles College
Ysabella Matute – Art Center College of Design
Hillary Mentaze – Glendale Community College
Maria Rosales – California State University, Los Angeles
Tiffany Troy – California State University, Los Angeles
Ana Hurtado Villasenor – Art Center College of Design
College Women’s Club of Pasadena Scholarship Foundation
Next application cycle for the 2022-23 school year opens in late Fall 2021.
This program is open to full-time women students at the following schools:
Art Center College of Design, California Institute of Technology, California State University Los Angeles (College of Education), East Los Angeles College, Fuller Theological Seminary (Schools of Psychology & Sociology), Glendale Community College, Occidental College, Pacific Oaks College & Pasadena City College.
Women undergraduates must be sophomores or beyond, enrolled full-time, taking 12 or more units and moving to junior or senior status. Women graduate students must fulfill their school’s full-time requirements.
A GPA of 3.2 or above and United States citizenship are required.
For application forms and information, please contact the school’s financial aid department.
To donate to this fund, please click here.