National Notary Association - Raymond C. Rothman Endowed Scholarship

The National Notary Association – Raymond C. Rothman Endowed Scholarship, with preference to entering full-time UCLA College freshmen who are California residents and US citizens, with demonstrated financial need and strong leadership records in high school and/or their communities, who graduated high school with a 3.5 GPA or better (weighted or unweighted), was established in 1997. The scholarship will provide funding toward registration fees and educational materials.

The following criteria will be used to award scholarship:

  • The consideration of academic merit and demonstrated financial need via the FAFSA will be the criteria in selecting the recipients.
  • Preference will be given to students whose grade point average is representative of 3.5 or above.
  • Preference will be given to United States citizens who are California residents.
  • Consideration will be given to the student’s initiative, diversity of extra curricular activities and high school or community leadership record and potential.

Minimum $2,000; not renewable -- notification by Aug 30
Supplemental Questions
  1. Residency and Citizenship
    • Are you a California resident?
    • Are you a US citizen?
  2. Are you enrolling full-time at UCLA as an entering freshman?
  3. What are your leadership capabilities and how have your high school and/or community activities helped you to realize those capabilities? How would this scholarship help you academically and financially at UCLA?
  4. Have you filed the FAFSA?
  5. Please upload an official or unofficial copy of your high school transcript.
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