The Laurel Hummel Scholarship for International Students was established at UCLA Extension in 2005 by the Hummel family to honor Mrs. Laurel Hummel, who created the first International Student Office at UCLA Extension in the 1970s.
Usually 4 awards are made each quarter. The gift-award is approximately $1,550 for each recipient and is applied toward course fees at UCLA Extension.
Students who are citizens of a foreign country or who have dual citizenship (United States and another country) can apply.
- Have full-time F1 student status at UCLA Extension.
- Complete at least 12 units with grades of C or better within your program (English language courses do not count).
- Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 within your program.
- Submit scholarship application, transcript, and recommendations. (See application form for complete instructions.)
More about the Hummel Scholarship
The scholarships seek to foster multicultural perspectives in the classroom reflecting today’s global society. They are awarded to students who have demonstrated academic achievement, interpersonal communication skills, or unique abilities that advance multicultural perspectives in the UCLA Extension classroom.