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1 San Joaquin Delta College Introductory Letter... 1 How to Apply... 2 Scholarship Selection Process and Award Policy... 3 Scholarship Cross Index Scholarship Descriptions Scholarship Application Instructions Scholarship Resources Autobiographical Essay Form Recommendation Forms & 23 GPA Verification Form Activities Information Form Cover photo by: Jim Vergara Community Service Verification Form... 29

2 San Joaquin Delta College DeRicco Bldg. Financial Aid Service Window 5151 Pacific Avenue Stockton, California Dear San Joaquin Delta College Student: Last year, more than 200 scholarships were awarded to students enrolling at San Joaquin Delta College or transferring from Delta to a four-year institution. Over the years, our scholarship program has helped thousands of students achieve their educational goals. To be successful, this program depends on contributions from our donors who generously demonstrate their support of our college and their commitment to higher education. We express our sincere appreciation to these friends of the college, for without their continued support, the aspirations of many of our students would not be realized. Sincerely, Denise C. Donn Director of Financial Aid and Veterans Services Scholarship Guide

3 San Joaquin Delta College Scholarships HOW TO APPLY Electronic applications will be available in January ALL applications must be filed online. If this is not possible, please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Veterans Services for an appointment. Electronic scholarship applications (including all supporting documents-including transcripts) must be submitted no later than March 3, :00 pm, to the Financial Aid service window (not postmarked) in the DeRicco Building. Students must complete the SJDC scholarship application electronically at to be considered for scholarships awarded through this office. However, some donors may require additional documents and/or interviews from their applicants. Please refer to each scholarship criteria for more information. Most scholarships require enrollment of 12 units so please read each scholarship s description before applying. Delta College Enrollment for Spring 2014 Students who have one (1) or more college units completed at Delta, must be enrolled at Delta College for the Spring 2014 semester to be considered for a Delta College scholarship. Current high school students or students with no college units/credits are exempt from this criterion. The following documents are required: Electronic Scholarship Application. Go to and fill out the application form as accurately as possible. Your responses are one of the main sources of information that determines your eligibility. Recommendations. Please have the two enclosed recommendation forms completed by faculty members such as instructors in your major, counselors or other instructors who know your academic work. Autobiographical Essay. Using the Autobiographical Essay Form, please type a detailed statement listing your abilities, achievements and activities that best qualifies you for scholarships; and explain your goals for your education and occupation. What are your future plans? Activities, Special Recognition, Community Service Information (optional). Use this form to list all activities, special recognition, awards, and community service involvement that you have had. Verification of Community Service (optional). Some scholarships will be requesting verification of community service worked performed. High School GPA Verification or Students With No Prior College Units Completed. Use this form if no prior college units are completed. High School seniors must submit official transcripts. Foreign transcripts are not accepted. The SJDC Scholarship supporting documents should be returned to: San Joaquin Delta College Financial Aid Service Window/DeRicco Building 5151 Pacific Ave. Stockton, California (209) Scholarship Guide 2

4 Scholarship Selection Process All scholarship applications are reviewed and evaluated by up to three entities depending on which scholarships you have applied for. Those entities include: The San Joaquin Delta College Scholarship Advisory Committee Composed of two faculty members, two managers, two classified staff members, and two students. Executive Secretary: Director of Financial Aid and Veterans Services. Scholarship Donors or Representative Composed of the donors or organizational representative. SJDC Faculty/Division Composed of an SJDC representative. Although applying for scholarships does not guarantee selection, all applications will be reviewed based on the required criteria. In addition, the application, recommendations, biography essay and academic history are evaluated for completeness and eligibility. Some information is also extracted from the information you submitted on your Admissions Application so it is important that you keep your address and personal records updated at the Admissions Office in the DeRicco Building. Scholarship Awards In addition, to reviewing your application, the goal of the SJDC Scholarship Committee is to award as many students as possible with a scholarship. As a result, those who may be selected for a scholarship will be given a $3,000 award cap on scholarships selected by the SJDC SCHOLARSHIP ADVISORY COMMITTEE. Students are allowed to apply up to ten scholarships. Students are not to contact donors or selectors regarding their scholarship application or the award process. Only one scholarship application will be accepted, the most current application. Scholarships are generally awarded to recipients near the end of the summer semester and the funds are held until proof of enrollment is verified at the beginning of the fall semester. In most cases, scholarship funds for awards made by San Joaquin Delta College are deposited in trust funds, which show the name of the donor as well as the recipient. San Joaquin Delta College also receives funds awarded by other institutions and these are placed in a similar fund. Award eligibility will be determined upon verification of funds. San Joaquin Delta College has two obligations: 1) To the donor, to be sure that the money is used according to the wishes of the individual or organization providing the money; and 2) To the recipient, to provide the money when proper documentation shows that the student is entitled to these funds. Donors expect that scholarship funds will be used for registration fees or tuition, books, housing, or other costs related to education. Some donors require that you be enrolled full-time (12 units unless otherwise noted) in order to use the funds, either at this or any other institution. Unless the donor specifies or the criteria of the scholarship indicates otherwise, all students must be enrolled in at least 6 or more units to receive his or her scholarship. It is San Joaquin Delta College s policy to disburse one half of the total scholarship award each semester, unless the donor notifies us otherwise. If you are unable to utilize your scholarship award during the fall semester, we may be able to grant you a leave of absence for one semester from your award. However, failure to utilize your scholarship award without an approved leave of absence for the fall semester will cause cancellation of your award(s). All scholarship awards must be used for the school year for which the student applied and cannot be extended or transferred to future school years. If you are awarded a San Joaquin Delta College scholarship and you are transferring to another institution, please submit to our office, a copy of your acceptance letter (on institutional letterhead with your name, I.D. number and Delta I.D. number) indicating that you are admitted/registered at that institution. The funds will be transferred to their Financial Aid Office and can be used in a manner similar to our policy. If you have any questions, please contact our Financial Aid Office or call (209) Scholarship Guide

5 Scholarship Cross-Index Accounting RMA-Central Valley Chapter-Banker s Affirm Program AFFIRM African-American Students African-American Employees Association Alpha Phi Chapter Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc., Nursing Agriculture California Guernsey Cattle Club Dorfman-Pacific Madeline and Jack Klein Memorial Guss G. Schmeidt Memorial Lester Schmiedt Memorial Amador or Calaveras County Residents Amador and Calaveras Counties Re-Entry Student Wiebe Family Memorial Animal Science California Guernsey Cattle Club Art Sereta Legale Ancestoral Echoes John Peterson Memorial, Fine and Fun Arts Jack Sheldon Ray Memorial Evelyn L. Wright Watercolor Asian/Pacific Islander American Students Asian Pacific Islander American Staff Association Florence & S.L. Fong Memorial Ock Sam Huey Memorial, Chinese Cultural Society of Stockton Elizabeth M. Humbargar Memorial Athletics Eleanor Cole Memorial Physical Education Eleanor Cole Tennis Jackie De Santi Memorial Maxine and Michael Garrigan Jocelyn Mancebo Memorial Christopher Taylor & David Edwards Memorial Athletics Bear Creek High School Graduates Stockton Pacific Rotary Biology Majors Theodore Poulos Book Grant Business California Guernsey Cattle Club Greater Stockton Employer Advisory Council RMA-Central Valley Chapter-Banker s San Joaquin Delta College Business Division Philip and Barbara Wallace Central State Credit Union Member Central State Credit Union Cesar Chavez High School Graduates Cesar Chavez High School Leadership Chemistry Helen Laura Fleming Memorial Julius and Faye Hastings Trujillo Chemistry Awards Child Care Needs Child and Family Studies Council Joan Matthews Book Grant Community Service Cesar Chavez Memorial Jim Hale Memorial Jocelyn Mancebo Memorial Melba O. Scribante Computer Science Virginia Theresa Hernandez Memorial Construction/Cabinetry ABS Foundation Ray Hooper Memorial Wiebe Family Memorial Correctional Science Michael N. Canlis Memorial, San Joaquin County Deputy Sheriff s Association Floyd Coleman Memorial, San Joaquin County Deputy Sheriff s Association Michael Coleman Memorial, San Joaquin San Joaquin County Coordinating Council Dighton Little Memorial, San Joaquin Frederick W. Fred Reese Memorial County Deputy Sheriff s Association Culinary Arts Barbara Crocker Award in Culinary Arts Joe Kaeslin Memorial Delta Winds Dominic Deiro Memorial Scholarship Guide 4

6 Scholarship Cross-Index Disabled Students Programs and Services Disabled American Veterans Charities Disability Support Programs and Services Drama Marietta Atherton Memorial Cindy Jackson Memorial, Delta Hellenic Dancers East Union Graduates Lester Schmiedt Memorial-Ag Education Majors Alpha Zeta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma International Society Virginia Hoessel Armstrong Memorial U.S. Marine Colonel Joseph and Dr. Elizabeth Blanchard Veva Brown Memorial Frederick W. Fred Reese Memorial, San Joaquin County Coordinating Council Electron Microscopy IM Flash Technologies Electron Microscopy JEOL USA, Inc Dr. Betty Mathews Memorial Edward and Jane Zavala Electron Microscopy Electronics Elson T. Barnett Memorial Harold H. Bialostok Memorial Engineering First Lieutenant Bennie Lamar Fryer Memorial English Majors Cindy Jackson Memorial, Delta Hellenic Dancers Evening Students Ruth Bianchi Memorial Female Students Alpha Zeta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma International Society American Association of Univ. Women Dorfman-Pacific Virginia Hoessel Armstrong Memorial GFWC Woman s Club of Stockton Joan Matthews Book Grant Alice McInnes Memorial Margaret B. Taverner Memorial Franklin High School Graduates Stockton Pacific Rotary General Academic Scholarship Council-Continuing Ruth Bianchi Memorial U.S. Marine Colonel Joseph and Dr. Elizabeth Blanchard Boots to Books Helen Danner Memorial Delta DREAM E.O.P.S. Student Louis J. Flack Memorial Margaret Leona Flack Memorial Rev. Bob Hailey Book Dennise Horton Memorial L.H. Horton, Jr. Academic Kaiser Permanente Volunteer League Latina s United Republican Women Federated William P. J. Lynch Memorial Gayle McBride Pay-It-Forward OSHER Premier Community Credit Union Rainbow Rebekah #97, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Pauline Archambault Memorial Dean Felice J. Rodoni Health Education/Health Sciences Gladys Benerd Memorial, San Joaquin County Deputy Sheriff s Association Child and Family Studies Council Kaiser Permanente Volunteer League Nora and Jim Keating Book Theodore Poulos Book Grant Hispanic Students Virginia Theresa Hernandez Memorial La Raza Employees Association Jane Frances Valtierra Memorial Trujillo Chemistry Awards Edward and Jane Zavala Electron Microscopy History Majors William and Ruby Montgomery Memorial Home Economics Maxine and Michael Garrigan Human Services Majors Cesar Chavez Community Leadership Cesar Chavez High School Leadership Chesley I. Cochran (United Way Executive Director) Clinton H. Huling Memorial Journalism Wiebe Family Memorial Latino/Latina Erastus M. Trujillo Scholarship Guide

7 Scholarship Cross-Index Library David A. King Memorial, Library Services Lincoln High School Graduates Stockton Pacific Rotary Linden High School Graduates Stockton Pacific Rotary Lodi Residents Doctors Hospital of Lodi Auxiliary Manteca Unified School District Graduates Guss G. Schmiedt Memorial Lester Schmiedt Memorial-Ag Math Majors Helen Laura Fleming Memorial Julius and Faye Hastings Migrant Background Cesar Chavez Community Leadership Cesar Chavez High School Leadership Music Jack Sheldon Ray Memorial Natural Resources Madeleine and Jack Klein Memorial Guss G. Schmiedt Memorial Nursing Alpha Phi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc., Nursing Beta Sigma Phi-CA Zeta Beta Master Chapter Paula Giorgi Burgess Nursing Memorial Rosann L. Burt Memorial Rosann L. Burt Memorial Nursing Award Martha L. Custer Memorial Dameron Hospital Foundation Nursing Doctors Hospitals of Lodi Auxiliary Wilbert Horst Registered Nursing Judson and Helen Jones Memorial Nursing Nora and Jim Keating Book Nat J. Lane Memorial Lloyd Monte Larson Memorial Grace Locke MacPherson Memorial Phoebe N. Salazar Memorial San Joaquin Delta College Nursing Helen Stein Memorial TeWinkle Memorial Jane Frances Valtierra Memorial Dr. Henry and Sylvia Wong RN Kim and Kathy Yip Memorial (Note: Full-time = 12 units unless otherwise noted) Other Classified Senate SJDC Classified Employee s E.O.P.S. Student Sylvia Kothe Memorial OSHER John Peterson Memorial, Fine and Fun Arts Rainbow Rebekah #97, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Pauline Archambault Memorial Salvation Army Stan Stinnett Memorial Book Stockton Shelter John Williams Book Writers Guild Publishing Award Performing Arts Marietta Atherton Memorial Cindy Jackson Memorial, Delta Hellenic Dancers Physical Education Maxine and Michael Garrigan Puente Program Puente Transfer Psychology Majors Adam R. Dawson Memorial Ron and Donna Murdoff Radiologic Technology Mildred R. Stevenson Memorial, Radiologic Technology Re-entry Students Rosann L. Burt Memorial Award GFWC Woman s Club of Stockton Dennise Horton Memorial Sereta Legale Ancestoral Echoes Joan Matthews Book Grant Gail McBride Pay-It-Forward Single Parents Fauna Brewer Memorial Rosann L. Burt Memorial Nursing Award Dennise Horton Memorial Janice Takahashi Social Science/Sociology Majors Veva Brown Memorial Cesar Chavez Community Leadership Chesley I. Cochran (United Way Executive Director) Clinton H. Huling Memorial William and Ruby Montgomery Memorial Special Education Majors Jim Hale Memorial Scholarship Guide 6

8 Scholarship Cross-Index St. Mary s High School Graduates Alice McInness Memorial Stockton Pacific Rotary Stagg High School Graduates Avinash Raina Memorial Dr. Burke W. Bradley Memorial Technical Arts Dr. Joseph Acosta Book Grant Elson T. Barnett Memorial First Lieutenant Bennie Lamar Fryer Memorial Ray Hooper Memorial Technical and Industrial Transfer Students Academic Scholarship Council-Transfer Alpha Zeta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma International Society American Association of University Women Veva Brown Memorial California Guernsey Cattle Club Martha L. Custer Memorial Lawrence and Alma DeRicco Jackie DeSanti Memorial Florence and S.L. Fong Memorial First Lieutenant Bennie Lamar Fryer Memorial Maxine and Michael Garrigan Jim Hale Memorial Julius and Faye Hastings Ock Sam Huey Memorial Clinton H. Huling Memorial Elizabeth M. Humbargar Memorial William and Ruby Montgomery Memorial Ron and Donna Murdoff Puente Transfer Frederick W. Fred Reese Memorial Dean Felice J. Rodoni Margaret B. Taverner Memorial Christopher Taylor and David Edwards Memorial Athletics Veteran Students Virginia Hoessel Armstrong Memorial U.S. Marine Colonel Joseph and Dr. Elizabeth Blanchard Boots to Books Leo Burke Memorial Veterans Disabled American Veterans Charities (Dr. Joseph Acosta, Warren H. Atherton, Walter K. Banks and Harvey E. Scudder) Melba O. Scribante James Taylor LLLAFVA Vocational Dr. Joseph Acosta Book Grant First Lieutenant Bennie Lamar Fryer Memorial Rainbow Rebekah #97, Independent Order to Odd Fellows, Pauline Archambault Memorial Mildred R. Stevenson Memorial, Radiologic Technology Scholarship Guide

9 Scholarship Descriptions ABS FOUNDATION - $1,000 Student must be enrolled in courses in the Building Industry fields, such as Construction, Warehouse Management, Architecture - (Building Design fields only.) ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP COUNCIL CONTINUING - $500 Students who have completed at least twelve units at Delta, and plan to continue as full-time students at Delta in the coming fall semester, submit Junior and Senior year High School transcript and summary of High School and Delta achievements and honors. Include statement of your career goals. Scholarships awarded on the basis of excellence and without regard to need. Must have at least a 3.75 GPA in Delta courses ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP COUNCIL TRANSFER - $1,000 Leadership without regard to need, full-time status, brief list of achievements, students who have been accepted by and will be enrolled in a four-year institution in the coming fall semester, minimum 3.75 GPA DR. JOSEPH ACOSTA BOOK GRANT - $200 Student pursing studies in a vocation or technical program, completion of at least 12 units of AA degree, certificate or transfer credits, shows financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA AFFIRM - $500 Member of AFFIRM Program, meets or exceeds minimum requirements for program participation, attend at least one program activity/event per semester, volunteer minimum 10 hours per semester, SEP on file, maintain minimum 2.0 GPA AFRICAN-AMERICAN EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION - $250 African -American student, continuing education at SJDC, completing at least 24 units at end of spring semester, minimum 2.0 GPA ALPHA PHI CHAPTER OF CHI ETA PHI SORORITY, INC. NURSING $500 African-American female or male who is Currently enrolled in RN program, minimum 2.5 GPA ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER, DELTA KAPPA GAMMA INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY Female Education major, planning to become a teacher, resident of San Joaquin County for at least five years, demonstrate leadership ability and community involvement, transferring to a four-year institution in the fall, completed 30 units with a minimum 3.0 GPA at Delta College AMADOR AND CALAVERAS COUNTIES RE-ENTRY STUDENT - $1,000 Amador or Calaveras county resident, enrolled in at least 6 units, be at least 21 years of age, must show financial need AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN - $1,000 Female student completing two years of college, transferring to a four-year institution in the fall upon verification of enrollment, resident of San Joaquin County for at least five years, minimum 3.5 GPA VIRGINIA HOESSEL ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL - $100 Full-time student employed at least 15 hours per week, veteran, student pursuing field of education, female student and/or student with demonstrated financial need, applicant must submit written statement of academic goals and prior achievements, minimum 3.5 GPA ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER AMERICAN STAFF ASSOC. - $350 Asian Pacific Islander student, completed at least 12 units at SJDC, must submit one-page statement reflecting personal character, at least one letter of recommendation from instructor in major, minimum 3.0 GPA MARIETTA ATHERTON MEMORIAL - $500 Freshman student who demonstrates ability and talent in one of the performing arts, must be interested particularly in music, must complete education at SJDC and plan to transfer as a junior to a four-year institution, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA ELSON T. BARNETT MEMORIAL - $150 Second semester freshman or first semester sophomore majoring in Technical Arts or Apprenticeship and Trade Extension, must display interest, ability and potential in his/her occupational field, must be recommended by a Technical and Industrial instructor Scholarship Guide 8

10 Scholarship Descriptions GLADYS BENERD MEMORIAL, SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF S ASSOCIATION - $200 Must be enrolled full-time in Health Education/Health Sciences, show financial need, maintain minimum 3.0 GPA BETA SIGMA PHI-CA ZETA BETA MASTER CHAPTER - $50 3rd semester ADN (RN) program, minimum 3.5 GPA HAROLD H. BIALOSTOK MEMORIAL - $150 Electronics major, completing first year at SJDC, continuing second year at SJDC, show creative project in mind, minimum 3.0 GPA RUTH BIANCHI MEMORIAL - $500 Majority of courses must be taken during evening session, SJDC continuing student showing academic ability, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA U.S. MARINE COLONEL JOSEPH AND DR. ELIZABETH BLANCHARD - $250 Veterans of Armed Forces student, full-time status, continuing at SJDC, completion of 20 units, minimum 3.0 GPA BOOTS TO BOOKS - $250-$1,000 Eligibility is based on participation events sponsored by For Goodness Sake to connect recipients with veteran organizations and events in our community FAUNA BREWER MEMORIAL - $200 Re-entry student, single parent, initially scored Math Level I on Assessment, minimum 2.0 GPA DR. BURKE W. BRADLEY MEMORIAL - $500 Graduating high school senior from Amos Alonzo Stagg High School, to complete two years at SJDC at full-time status, minimum 3.5 GPA. Apply with Amos Alonzo Stagg high school counselor VEVA BROWN MEMORIAL - $250 Social Science major with teaching objective, transferring to a four-year institution in the fall semester, minimum 3.5 GPA PAULA GIORGI BURGESS NURSING MEMORIAL - $500 Nursing Student, RN, show financial need, minimum 2.5 GPA LEO BURKE MEMORIAL VETERANS - $400 Continuing SJDC student, a student who has served in the Armed Forces, must provide DD214, minimum 3.0 GPA ROSANN L. BURT MEMORIAL - $168 Single Parent returning to school, show financial need, currently enrolled in the SJDC ADN Program. Must have completed 10 units in the SJDC Nursing Program, must include a one-page statement of professional goals, cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above ROSANN L. BURT MEMORIAL NURSING AWARD - $100 Single re-entry parent with demonstrated financial need, must be currently enrolled in SJDC Nursing program and have completed at least 10 units in the program, must submit written statement of professional goals and prior achievements, cumulative minimum 3.5 GPA CALIFORNIA GUERNSEY CATTLE CLUB - $150 Agriculture major, Dairy related background (Agriculture Business, Dairy Husbandry, Animal Science), AA degree candidate or transferring to a four-year institution, recommended by Agricultural & Natural Resources instructor, minimum 3.0 GPA MICHAEL N. CANLIS MEMORIAL, SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF S ASSOCIATION - $100 Police Science major (Police Officer or Sheriff Deputy), fulltime SJDC continuing student, minimum 3.0 GPA CENTRAL STATE CREDIT UNION - $500 Two members in good standing of CSU, may join the credit union and become a member to receive award, full-time student, incoming or continuing student, minimum 3.0 GPA CESAR CHAVEZ COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP - $1,000 In addition to the scholarship application, you MUST submit the following materials to be considered: 1. A one page, typed (double-spaced) essay entitled: What Cesar Chavez Means to Me. 2. One or two letters verifying 40 hours of community volunteer service from a community service organization or governmental agency. 3. Two or more letters of recommendations from instructors. This scholarship will be awarded to a full-time enrolled Spring graduate who is transferring to a four-year institution or a continuing full-time student at SJDC in the Fall. Applicants must be a son or daughter of a farm worker or other Scholarship Guide

11 Scholarship Descriptions underprivileged background. Demonstrated leadership and/ or community involvement is required as well as California residency, minimum 3.0 GPA CESAR CHAVEZ HIGH SCHOOL LEADERSHIP - $1,000 In addition to the scholarship application you MUST submit a one page, typed (double-spaced) essay entitled: What Cesar Chavez Means to Me to be considered. This scholarship will be awarded to a high school graduate from Cesar Chavez High School enrolling full-time at San Joaquin Delta College with a high school GPA of 3.0 or above. Applicants must demonstrate leadership or community involvement and be a son or daughter of a farm worker or other underprivileged background CHILD AND FAMILY STUDIES COUNCIL - $500 Incoming or returning student who is a parent and enrolled in a program in the Health Sciences Division. One awarded to a day student and one to an evening student. Funds to be used for child care fees at the SJDC Child Development Center. Student must display academic achievement CLASSIFIED SENATE SJDC CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES - $500 Current SJDC Classified non-short term, permanent employee working either part-time or full-time, employee must be a returning student with a minimum of 6 college units, 2 letters of recommendation, minimum 2.5 GPA from any accredited college or university CHESLEY I. COCHRAN (UNITED WAY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR) - $500 Enrolled in Social Administration, Social Sciences, Human Services, Humanities, and related fields, resident of San Joaquin County for previous five years, continuing or transferring student, previously involved in some phase of community service, must provide statement of residency and community involvement, minimum 3.0 GPA ELEANOR COLE MEMORIAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION - $500 Recommended by Athletics Department TENNIS - $375 Continuing SJDC student, demonstrating good health habits and general worthiness. Show financial need, recommended by Tennis coaches, minimum 2.0 GPA FLOYD COLEMAN MEMORIAL, SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF S ASSOCIATION - $100 Must be enrolled full-time in the SJDC Police Academy, show financial need, maintain minimum 2.5 GPA MICHAEL COLEMAN MEMORIAL, SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF S ASSOCIATION - $100 Must be full-time Police Science major, show financial need, maintain minimum 2.5 GPA BARBARA CROCKER AWARD IN CULINARY ARTS - $500 Student is enrolled in basic or advanced Culinary Arts Program, considering Culinary Arts career, minimum 3.0 GPA MARTHA L. CUSTER MEMORIAL - $500 Nursing major, transferring to a four-year institution, Master s Degree candidate, completed at least 12 units at SJDC, maintain full-time status, submit three letters of recommendation from instructors DAMERON HOSPITAL FOUNDATION NURSING - $250 Enrolled in ADN program, completion of 1st semester, Stockton resident, minimum 3.0 GPA HELEN DANNER MEMORIAL - $1,000 Work hours per week, continuing or transferring student, must maintain full-time status. An acknowledgment must be sent before disbursement of funds, minimum 3.25 GPA ADAM R. DAWSON MEMORIAL - $250 Psychology major, full-time status, minimum 2.75 GPA DOMINIC DEIRO MEMORIAL - $200 Current student who writes an essay accepted for publication in Delta Winds: A magazine of student essays DELTA DREAM Delta College Student or graduating high school senior planning to attend SJDC, must be an AB540 student majoring in Spanish and must display strong academic achievement LAWRENCE AND ALMA DeRICCO - $500 Spring graduate with AA degree from SJDC, transferring to University of the Pacific in coming fall; submit single-page statement of academic goals, minimum 3.0 GPA Scholarship Guide 10

12 Scholarship Descriptions JACKIE DeSANTI MEMORIAL - $100 Member of SJDC Softball team, sophomore, transferring to a four-year institution in the fall, recommended by Softball coach, minimum 2.5 GPA DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS CHARITIES (DR. JOSEPH ACOSTA, WARREN H. ATHERTON, WALTER K. BANKS, and HARVEY E. SCUDDER) - $500 A Disabled veteran whose disability has been established by the Veterans Administration, (defined and limited to self) or a veteran (defined and limited to self), selection is based upon need and interview response, minimum 2.0 GPA DISABILITY SUPPORT PROGRAMS AND SERVICES Student who has documented evidence of a physical, communication, learning, developmental or acquired brain injury disability and has completed at least 18 units of instruction at SJDC, minimum 2.5 GPA DOCTORS HOSPITAL OF LODI AUXILIARY - $250 Accepted into the registered nursing or health career program at SJDC, resident of Lodi School District, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA DORFMAN-PACIFIC - $2,000 in each area INCOMING HIGH SCHOOL: Incoming student, Agriculture major, minimum 3.0 GPA. TRANSFER: Agriculture major, transferring to a four-year institution, minimum 3.0 GPA E.O.P.S. STUDENT - $250 Any major, EOPS student, letter of recommendation from E.O.P.S. counselor, minimum 3.0 GPA LOUIS J. FLACK MEMORIAL - $500 New or continuing student at SJDC, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA MARGARET LEONA FLACK MEMORIAL - $1,000 Continuing SJDC student, completion of at least 24 semester units, enrolling for in coming fall & spring at SJDC, demonstrate financial need by completing a current Free Application for Federal Student Aid and have submitted results of that application (Student Aid Report) to the SJDC Financial Aid Office, minimum 3.0 GPA HELEN LAURA FLEMING MEMORIAL - $500 to $1,000 Incoming high school seniors and full-time returning SJDC students with interest in majoring in either mathematics or science. Submit at least one letter of recommendation from SJDC Math or Science Instructor or HS Mathematics or Science faculty teacher, 100 words or less essay on desire to pursue a major in Mathematics or Science, proposed mathematics or science full-time program (minimum 12 units required per semester at SJDC including a math or science course), show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA FLORENCE & S.L. FONG MEMORIAL $500 Pre-med full-time student of Chinese descent, transferring to UC Berkeley in the fall, financial need FIRST LIEUTENANT BENNIE LAMAR FRYER MEMORIAL - $200 Professional or Vocational Technical Engineering major, transferring to a four-year institution in the fall, minimum 2.5 GPA MAXINE AND MICHAEL GARRIGAN - $200 Child Development and/or Physical Fitness and P.E. major, graduating sophomore transferring to a four-year institution in the fall, San Joaquin County resident, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA GFWC WOMAN S CLUB OF STOCKTON - $500 Female re-entry student, continuing education at SJDC, single parent with children, show financial need, maintains full-time status, minimum 3.0 GPA GREATER STOCKTON EMPLOYER ADVISORY COUNCIL - $500 Business major, minimum 3.0 GPA REV. BOB HAILEY BOOK - $500 Minimum 50+ units by spring semester, a personal history, demonstrate leadership, community service and/or challenging personal history, minimum 3.25 GPA Scholarship Guide

13 Scholarship Descriptions JIM HALE MEMORIAL - $200 Must have completed 12 units at SJDC. Full-time status at time of application, statement indicating at least 30 volunteered hours during year preceding application in Special Olympics or other recreation programs serving the handicapped. Preference to those having career interest in Special Education or service to the handicapped, transferring to a four-year institution in the fall, minimum 2.0 GPA JULIUS AND FAYE HASTINGS - $300 Full-time continuing or transferring student with a major in Science or Mathematics, minimum 3.0 GPA VIRGINIA THERESA HERNANDEZ MEMORIAL - $150 Computer Science major, Chicano origin, full-time continuing SJDC student, incoming high school seniors may apply, minimum 2.5 GPA RAY HOOPER MEMORIAL - $100 Second, third or fourth semester student enrolled in Painting and Decorating. Second, third or fourth semester student nominated by Carpentry, Mill Cabinet, Electricity or Drafting instructor. Second, third or fourth semester student nominated by other Technical and Industrial program instructor. Maintain full-time status, minimum 3.0 GPA in major field, overall 2.5 GPA WILBERT HORST REGISTERED NURSING - $500 Must be accepted in the SJDC ADN program at time of application, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA DENNISE HORTON MEMORIAL - $100 Re-entry student, single parent, show financial need, minimum 2.0 GPA L.H. HORTON, JR. ACADEMIC - $500 Completion of at least 30 transferrable units, maintain a 3.2 GPA OCK SAM HUEY MEMORIAL, CHINESE CULTURAL SOCIETY OF STOCKTON Chinese descent, sophomore student, full-time status, transferring to a four-year institution in the fall, participate in community service, two letters of recommendation (school and community) and short biography, minimum 3.2 GPA at end of third semester CLINTON H. HULING MEMORIAL - $300 Student transferring to a four-year institution in pursuit of an undergraduate degree in Sociology or social work, completed minimum 9 units in Sociology, full-time status at end of application, minimum 3.0 GPA ELIZABETH M. HUMBARGAR MEMORIAL - $500 Foreign Exchange student of Asian descent. AA degree candidate, transferring in the fall to a four-year institution, minimum 3.0 GPA IM FLASH TECHNOLOGIES ELECTRON MICROSCOPY - $500 Educational plan for completion of certificate in electron microscopy, student is in good standing, financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA (Program) on a 4.0 scale CINDY JACKSON MEMORIAL, DELTA HELLENIC DANCERS - $100 Dance, English, or Drama full-time student, Sponsor: John Pappas, minimum 2.8 GPA JEOL USA, INC. - $300 Satisfactory completion of EM 21 with a C or better and current enrollment in second, third or fourth semester with EM class work, academic/technical potential, recommended by EM instructor JUDSON AND HELEN JONES MEMORIAL NURSING $1,000 Must be enrolled in the Nursing Program and have successfully completed the introductory nursing course, priority to Amador County resident, then any qualified applicant, must show financial need JOE KAESLIN MEMORIAL - $500 First year student in Culinary Arts program, community involvement, school service and merit KAISER PERMANENTE VOLUNTEER LEAGUE - $500 Health Care major, must have completed 30 units at SJDC, demonstrate leadership abilities and community involvement, minimum 3.5 GPA Scholarship Guide 12

14 Scholarship Descriptions NORA AND JIM KEATING BOOK - $150 Student pursing studies in the field of Nursing, completion of at least 12 units of AA degree, certificate or transfer credits, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA DAVID A. KING MEMORIAL, SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE LIBRARY SERVICES - $350 Continuing and/or transferring full-time student. Work at least eight hours per week for at least one semester in the current school year in the library, minimum 3.0 GPA MADELEINE AND JACK KLEIN MEMORIAL - $200 Agriculture and Natural Resources major, full-time transfer student, recommended by Agriculture & Natural Resources instructor, minimum 2.0 GPA SYLVIA KOTHE MEMORIAL Major in Public Policy or related major, completion of units required to transfer to a 4-year institution, resident of San Joaquin County for five years or longer, minimum 3.0 GPA LA RAZA EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION Latino/a student completing at least 12 units with a letter grade. Must maintain full-time status (9-12 units), continuing or transferring student, minimum 2.5 GPA NAT J. LANE MEMORIAL - $300 Full-time nursing student, completion of first year of SJDC Associate Degree in Nursing program, minimum 3.0 GPA at Delta LLOYD MONTE LARSON MEMORIAL - $1,000 Full-time ADN student, completion of 1st year SJDC ADN program, show financial need, minimum 3.5 GPA at Delta LATINA S UNITED REPUBLICAN WOMEN FEDERATED - $100 Continuing student at SJDC for fall semester, USA Citizenship, leadership service in school or community organizations, completed 20 units at Delta, minimum 3.0 GPA DIGHTON LITTLE MEMORIAL, SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF S ASSOCIATION - $100 Must be full-time Police Science major, show financial need, maintain minimum 3.0 GPA WILLIAM P. J. LYNCH MEMORIAL - $175 Freshman, continuing education at SJDC, minimum 2.0 GPA GRACE LOCKE MAC PHERSON MEMORIAL - $200 Full-time nursing certificates program student, three letters of personal reference, minimum 3.0 GPA JOCELYN MANCEBO MEMORIAL - $1,000 Applicant who has been a member of an athletic team for one year at Delta College. Applicant can also qualify by being a student trainer, coach or working as a student in the Athletic Dept. at Delta College for a minimum of one year. Applicant to express financial need background and any experience helping others in the community, minimum 2.75 GPA in transferable coursework DR. BETTY MATHEWS MEMORIAL - $1,500 Must be an Electron Microscopy student who has demonstrated academic excellence, a desire to pursue technician training and placement, and who demonstrates leadership in the laboratory and the classroom settings, minimum 2.0 GPA JOAN MATTHEWS BOOK GRANT - $200 Re-entry women needing Child Development Center services, completion of at least 12 units of AA degree, certificate or transfer credits, show financial need, minimum 2.6 GPA GAYLE MCBRIDE PAY-IT-FORWARD A student who demonstrates the same Pay It Forward philosophy as Gayle McBride. This student has received a hand along the way, be it financial or in facing their fears and has thus learned the significance of extending that same support and encouragement to others they may encounter in life. Short autobiography letter of interest, scored Level I on Math section of entry assessment, re-entry student aged 29 years or older, show financial need, minimum 2.0 GPA SERETA LEGALE ANCESTORAL ECHOES - $500 Re-entry student, Art major, minimum 2.5 GPA Scholarship Guide

15 Scholarship Descriptions ALICE McINNES MEMORIAL - $1,000 Female student. Liberal Arts major, shows exemplary character and record of good citizenship. Evidence of activities with interest, demonstrate leadership ability and experience in both school and community. Graduate from a Stockton Unified, Lincoln Unified or St. Mary s School District, two-year award, show financial need, minimum 3.7 GPA WILLIAM AND RUBY MONTGOMERY MEMORIAL - $500 Social Science, Political Science, History or related major, fulltime student completing at least 24 units and transferring to a four-year institution in fall, show involvement in community activities, demonstrate leadership ability, US Citizen, must submit two letters of recommendation from instructors or persons other than relatives, minimum 3.25 GPA RON AND DONNA MURDOFF - $500 Psychology major, transferring to a four-year institution in the fall, must have completed 24 units of college credit courses, minimum 3.25 GPA OSHER - $1,000 Continuing SJDC student, full-time status, completion of at least 24 units, BOGG eligible JOHN PETERSON MEMORIAL FINE AND FUN ARTS - $150 A student who exemplifies John Peterson s philosophy that learning should be fun. This student helps other students enjoy their Delta experience by exhibiting school spirit, showing courtesy and consideration for others, engaging in extra curricular activities (especially performing and visual arts program), etc., submit letter of recommendation from a member of the Fine Arts faculty, involvement in the Fine Arts program is a plus, minimum 2.0 GPA THEODORE POULOS BOOK GRANT - $100 Pursuing studies in Biology or health related program, completion of at least 12 units of AA degree, certificate or transfer credit, financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA PREMIER COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION - $500 Must be a full-time continuing SJDC student, at least one letter of recommendation, demonstrate leadership ability, minimum 3.25 GPA PUENTE TRANSFER - $250 Spring graduate transferring to a four-year institution the following academic year, must complete Puente Project curriculum and requirements, priority given to students transferring to a UC AVINASH RAINA MEMORIAL - $1,000 Incoming Stagg High School graduate, valedictorian, salutatorian, national level speech competitor, Stagg Line Journalism Board or financial need student, minimum 3.0 GPA RAINBOW REBEKAH #97, INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, PAULINE ARCHAMBAULT MEMORIAL - $1,000 Completed at least one semester at half-time status at SJDC, currently enrolled at least half-time, intend to complete a certificate program, AA degree or transfer curriculum, be available for personal interview, minimum 2.5 GPA JACK SHELDON RAY MEMORIAL - $1,000 Music, Art or Education major, must be a full-time student, completed minimum 24 units, music and art applicants must submit letter of recommendation from current instructor, education applicants submit essay on what you want to teach and what grade level, music applicants audition, art applicants submit portfolio, education applicants share goals and any experience, final selection will be made after personal interview with donor, minimum 3.0 GPA FREDERICK W. FRED REESE MEMORIAL, SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY COORDINATING COUNCIL - $250 Teaching or Public Safety major, transferring as a junior to a fouryear institution in coming fall. Two letters of recommendation (one from instructor in major field; one from member of SJDC Teachers Assn.), must submit written statement about yourself, including reason for entering teaching or public safety career, minimum 3.0 GPA RMA-CENTRAL VALLEY CHAPTER-BANKER S - $1,000 Must be a full-time Business Finance or Accounting related major, juniors and seniors transferring to a four-year institution from Delta College in the fall, minimum 2.75 GPA DEAN FELICE J. RODONI - $500 Student completing last 45 units at SJDC and transferring to a four-year institution in coming fall, minimum 3.5 GPA Scholarship Guide 14

16 Scholarship Descriptions PHOEBE N. SALAZAR MEMORIAL - $250 Enrolled in RN Program, completion of 1st semester, a one page, typed (double-spaced) essay entitled: Why I want to become a nurse, minimum 3.0 GPA SALVATION ARMY - $500 Completion of one-half of Salvation Army Rehabilitation Program SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE BUSINESS DIVISION - $200 Continuing SJDC student, completion of 24 units with at least 12 units in SJDC Business Division classes, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA SAN JOAQUIN DELTA COLLEGE NURSING - $100 Recommended by Nursing instructors, minimum 3.0 GPA GUSS G. SCHMIEDT MEMORIAL - $400 Graduating high school senior from Manteca Unified School District, attending SJDC in the fall, majoring in Agriculture or Natural Resources Management. Apply with East Union high school counselor, Manteca high school counselor or Sierra high school counselor LESTER SCHMIEDT MEMORIAL - AG - $500 East Union, Sierra or Manteca High School graduate attending SJDC, second year Agricultural major, minimum 3.0 GPA MELBA O. SCRIBANTE - $100 Veterans of Armed Forces student, completed 15 units at Delta, demonstrated leadership activities at Delta or community, U.S. Citizen, student interested in becoming an elementary school teacher, minimum 3.0 GPA HELEN STEIN MEMORIAL - $500 Full-time Nursing student (9 units), completing first year at SJDC, continuing second year at SJDC, maximum GPA and units standing MILDRED R. STEVENSON MEMORIAL, RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY - $100 RT student beginning the third full semester with an overall 3.0 GPA, must have shown dependability, patient empathy, promotes ethics of the medical profession and has good clinical competency, demonstrates outstanding qualities for maintaining professional growth, best possible attendance in both clinical and classroom setting STAN STINNETT MEMORIAL BOOK - $250 Show financial need STOCKTON PACIFIC ROTARY Bear Creek, Linden, Franklin, or St. Mary s high school graduate, full-time transfer student, cannot be a son or daughter of a Rotary Club member. If selected, must attend a club meeting. Stockton Pacific Rotary will screen applications and may arrange personal interviews for final selection. Scholarships are awarded in honor of Daniel Walker and Collins Wright, and other deceased Past Presidents of Stockton Pacific Rotary, minimum 3.0 GPA STOCKTON LATINA REPUBLICAN WOMEN CLUB - $100 Continuing student at SJDC for fall semester, USA Citizenship, leadership service in school or community organizations, completed 20 units at Delta, minimum 3.0 GPA STOCKTON SHELTER - $250 Recommendation of Director JANICE TAKAHASHI - $100 Single parent majoring in counseling/psychology who has completed at least three Psychology courses with a B or better MARGARET B. TAVERNER MEMORIAL - $500 Female transfer student in the fall, AA degree candidate, show financial need, attach one-page statement indicating personal character, at least one letter of recommendation, minimum 3.5 GPA CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR AND DAVID EDWARDS MEMORIAL ATHLETICS - $100 Member of SJDC Baseball team, sophomore transferring to a four-year institution in the fall, recommended by Baseball coach Scholarship Guide

17 Scholarship Descriptions JAMES TAYLOR LLLAFVA - $250 Must be an Armed Forces Veteran or a Veteran s dependant (spouse or child), continuing Delta student, must provide DD214, minimum 2.0 GPA TECHNICAL AND INDUSTRIAL - $100 Second semester freshman or first semester sophomore majoring in Technical Arts. Must display interest, ability and potential in his/her occupational field. Student must be recommended by a Trade and Industry instructor TEWINKLE MEMORIAL - $500 Nursing student, RN or LVN, show financial need, minimum 3.0 GPA in clinical and academic work TRUJILLO CHEMISTRY AWARD - $300 in each area ACHIEVEMENT: Any student who, by virtue of outstanding commitment and perseverance, has overcome obstacles and achieved the greatest progress in the mastery of Chemistry, must have completed Chemistry 1A or 1B and achieve at least a B grade, minimum 3.5 GPA. LATINO STUDENT: Enrolled in a minimum of 12 units, must have completed Chemistry 1A or 1B and achieve at least a B grade, minimum 3.5 GPA ERASTUS M. TRUJILLO - $100 Latino/Latina majoring in Heating and Air Conditioning, submit Delta Staff reference letter, community involvement, minimum 3.0 GPA JANE FRANCES VALTIERRA MEMORIAL - $500 in each area HIGH SCHOOL: Incoming high school senior from Edison, Mexican American descent, maintain full-time status, Stockton resident. NURSING: Incoming high school senior from Edison, Mexican American descent, entering the Nursing field, maintain fulltime status, Stockton resident PHILIP AND BARBARA WALLACE 3rd Semester Business major, community service with experience in leadership role, U.S. citizenship, good citizenship, minimum 3.5 GPA WIEBE FAMILY MEMORIAL - $100 Reside in Amador or San Joaquin County, Construction Trade or Journalism major (i.e. electricity, carpentry, plumbing.) JOHN WILLIAMS BOOK - $150 Financial need, full-time status DR. HENRY AND SYLVIA WONG RN - $400 Must be a full-time RN student, letter of recommendation from Nursing instructor/director, minimum 3.5 GPA EVELYN L. WRIGHT WATERCOLOR - $100 Art major, currently enrolled in Art at Delta College WRITERS GUILD PUBLISHING AWARD - $250 Enrolled at SJDC, contributor to Artifact or Delta Winds within 12 months of application. Submit copy of published work (one) with byline in addition to required scholarship application KIM AND KATHY YIP MEMORIAL - $100 Nursing major, completed 15 units, resident of San Joaquin County for at least five years, demonstrate leadership ability and community involvement, minimum 3.0 GPA at SJDC EDWARD and JANE ZAVALA ELECTRON MICROSCOPY - $500 SJDC student enrolled as an EM major and recommended by EM instructor. Enrollment in EM courses each semester, show financial need, minimum 2.5 GPA. Applicants must submit a one to two page essay responding to the following: 1. What are your present educational goals? 2. What are your future career goals? 3. For what purpose are you requesting this scholarship? 4. Give a brief description of your hobbies, extracurricular activities and responsibilities Scholarship Guide 16

18 READ INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU COMPLETE APPLICATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS PERSONAL INFORMATION 1 Enter today s date 2 Enter your legal full name (LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE) 3 In order for us to pronounce your name correctly, please enter your full name as it sounds in English (otherwise leave this BLANK) 4 Enter your day time telephone number (needed for possible interview contact) 5 Enter your permanent mailing address 6a Enter your Delta I.D. number 6b Enter your SSN number PERSONAL BACKGROUND 7 What is your marital status? (one best description) 8 How many dependents do you have? (do NOT include yourself) 9 What was the amount of your total 2013 Annual Income? (Include this amount in the total family income) 10 What was your family s total 2013 Annual Income? (An amount must be filled in for need purposes) 11a Have you applied for financial aid (Grant assistance)? 11b How much do you expect to receive in Grant assistance? 12 What is the total amount of scholarship awards you received outside of Delta College? EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 13 How many 2014 spring units are you enrolled in at Delta? Indicate if you will also be attending another institution in addition to SJDC for spring What High School did you or will you Graduate From? 15 Where do you live? (Resident of) 16 What Colleges have you previously attended, other than San Joaquin Delta College? (leave blank if not applicable?) VETERANS INFORMATION ONLY (leave BLANK if this section does not apply to you) 17 What is your veteran s relationship? (leave blank if not applicable): 18 Did you provide a letter size (8.5 x11 ) copy of the veterans discharge form? EDUCATIONAL PLANS 19 Enter date you anticipate receiving your AA Degree 20 Enter date you anticipate receiving Other Degree 21 Will you be a continuing full-time student at SJDC in fall 2014? OR Will you be a continuing part-time student at SJDC in fall 2014? OR Are you planning to transfer to a four-year institution in fall 2014? OR Will you be attending SJDC & a four-year institution in fall 2014 concurrently? 22 Enter name of college/university you plan to attend after Delta 23 Enter your Vocational or Career goal (CPA, doctor, engineer, lawyer, nurse, teacher, etc.) 24a Select you re Academic Objective (select all that apply) 24b Other EMPLOYMENT 25 Enter your current employment status 26 Is this a Federal Work-Study position? 27 What are the number of hours you work per week? 28 What is your type of employment? (clerical, typist, maintenance, groundskeeping, etc.) 29 What is the name of the Company? 30 What is your Supervisor s Full Name? LEADERSHIP Leadership experience is making a contribution beyond the completion of your course work. Leadership qualifications usually refer to a person who is willing to take responsibility for starting a group or activity or willing to take the time and effort to serve as an officer of a club or organization that already exists. The activity, club or organization can be on campus or in the community. It is suggested that you get a recommendation from a faculty member, club advisor or other person who knows your leadership activities. 31a Enter your Leadership activities 31b Include a brief description of your leadership activities identified in 31a. SCHOLARSHIP CHOICE 32 After reading the criteria in the Scholarship Application Guide, and determining that you meet the qualifications, select the name of the scholarships for which you wish to apply. 33 Please read the RELEASE OF GRADES AND OTHER INFORMATION and enter your name Scholarship Guide

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20 Autobiographical Essay (Must be typed) (Please do not staple or fold) Last Name First Name Delta I.D. # Autobiographical Essay: Please use this space describing your educational and career goals, your community and school involvement, and any special or unique circumstances you would like to share with the scholarship committee if your application is selected for review. All applicants: As a scholarship applicant, I hereby authorize the Financial Aid Office at San Joaquin Delta College to release information contained on this application as well as my academic transcripts to campus personnel and/or private donors as may be required in connection with securing or renewing a scholarship for me. Furthermore, I understand that scholarships may be denied or withdrawn if any information reported on this application is found to be intentionally misleading or inaccurate. Signature of Applicant Date Please submit this form by March 3, 2014 to: San Joaquin Delta College DeRicco Bldg./Financial Aid Service Window 5151 Pacific Avenue Stockton, CA FAX (209) Scholarship Guide

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