CGU provides fellowship funds to award to US citizens and permanent residents who are members of ethnic groups that are traditionally underrepresented in American higher education (American Indian, African American, Asian American, and Latin American/Hispanic). If you meet these criteria and would like to be considered for such an award, include an essay with your admissions application. Note: Only new applicants will be considered for minority fellowship. Continuing students not receiving minority fellowship will not be considered.
Essay: In 500 words or less, describe your personal history, family background, influences on your intellectual development, and the educational opportunities (or lack of them) to which you have been exposed. Also address the ways in which these experiences have affected you and how they may impact your educational objectives (include this essay with your application).
For more information, please contact the Admissions Coordinator or Assistant Director of Admissions for the School of Arts and Humanities.