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Featured Scholarships

It’s scholarship season, which means there are hundreds of opportunities for San Diego State University students to prepare—at least financially—for next year. Whether you’re an undeclared freshman or a graduate anthropology student, chances are there’s at least one, if not 20, scholarships that fit your student profile.

Each month leading up to the winter and spring application deadlines, @State will feature a scholarship from SDSU’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships online database. Apply for as many as you qualify for—it’s free, it’s easy, it’s online!

Veteran Gives Back

Conrad Klement Memorial Scholarship
Awards of up to $10,000 each
Open to all majors

  • Must have financial need
  • Must submit a 500 word personal essay
  • Must provide at least one letter of recommendation and a resume

Conrad Klement was born in Medford, Wisconsin, and after a career in the Navy became a local resident of Ocean Beach. He earned his GED in the service but never attended college. He believed, however, that education was the great equalizer. He was very proud that all three of his children and one grandchild graduated from SDSU. Conrad had many hobbies including bee keeping, woodworking, gardening, and building an experimental aircraft. His over $1 million dollar endowment to SDSU created this scholarship to help qualified, financially-needy students complete a four-year degree in any subject area.

Get the full details, and requirements.