Claremont Graduate University gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the many donors that support annual fellowships.

The funds listed below are examples of the types of annual fellowships CGU receives to support its students.

The Ahmanson Foundation Fellowship. This fellowship provides assistance to high-achieving students in any discipline.

Ahmanson Veteran Scholarship Initiative. These funds aid CGU in its efforts to recruit, educate, and retain student veterans.

Ronald & Marilyn Ambrosini Fellowship. This fellowship supports high-achieving MBA students who are Southern California residents.

AS&F Foundation Fellowship. These funds provide support for students in the Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences.

Karl & Beverly Benjamin Fellowship in Art. This fellowship recognizes an outstanding student in the Master of Fine Arts program whose major emphasis is the study of painting.

B. Dade Davis & Helen Mohan Davis Memorial Fellowship. This provides support for residents of San Bernardino County to attend graduate school in medicine, law, science, engineering, business, or teaching.

Faster Forward Fellowship. Established by Professor Michael Scriven, it provides assistance for doctoral students in Evaluation who are significantly accelerating the theory or practice of evaluation and whose work is highly original and shows significant signs of benefiting people.

Robert L. Millet Fellowship. This provides fellowship and research support for Mormon Studies students who are committed to careers teaching religion and engaging in related research at either the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ institutes and seminaries or the campuses of Brigham Young University.

Mormon Studies Council Fellowship. This fellowship recognizes students studying Mormonism as well as LDS students who are studying Religion.

The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Fellowship in Arts Management. This provides support for high-achieving Arts Management students.

Ruth Roach English Award. This award is given to an African American student studying English.

Susan Solorzano Minority Student Fellowship. This fellowship aids African American and Hispanic students who are pursuing  degrees in any discipline at CGU.

Hsiao Min Wang Memorial Fellowship. This supports a student in the School of Educational Studies who is interested in Chinese/American cross-cultural communication and understanding.

Pat Soldano Fellowship for Women Leaders. This is awarded to a female student enrolled at the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management who has an interest in investment management or family office services.