Scholarship

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Merit Scholarship for English for Academic Preparation (EAP) Students

Students enrolling in the EAP and Gateway programs are eligible to receive a merit scholarship from SF State's College of Extended Learning. Students are eligible to receive the scholarship each term of EAP and Gateway full-term enrollment.

Scholarship Amount per Term
Fall and Spring: $500
Summer: $300

Application Deadlines
Fall 2022: July 1, 2022
Spring 2023: November 28, 2022
Summer 2023: TBA

New Applicants

Eligibility requirements for new applicants:

  • EAP or Gateway students enrolling for the full fall, spring or summer term (students enrolling in A or B terms only are not eligible)
  • 2.5 high school GPA or 2.0 GPA in all university coursework
  • 3.0 undergraduate GPA for applicants with completed undergraduate degrees

Application process for new applicants:

At the time of applying for admission, submit your high school transcript and transcripts from any post-secondary coursework completed. If you already have earned an undergraduate degree, submit only your undergraduate transcript.

Submit transcripts here after you have submitted your complete ALI application.

Note: Students applying for undergraduate Conditional Admission eligibility to San Francisco State University will only need to submit their transcripts one time.

Continuing Applicants

Eligibility requirements for continuing applicants:

  • EAP or Gateway full-term students only, for fall, spring and summer
  • Final grade average of B in all EAP and Gateway courses
    • Students receive the scholarship in the next consecutive full term of EAP or Gateway enrollment
    • A scholarship is given for the duration of EAP and Gateway full-term enrollment, each term, if B average is maintained

Application process for continuing applicants:

Submit your high school transcript and transcripts from any post-secondary coursework completed. If you already have earned an undergraduate degree, submit only your undergraduate transcript.