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Los Angeles Trade Technical College
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Los Angeles, CA 90015
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I. GENERAL CAMPUS ASSISTANCE

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ORGANIZATION LOAN

Book loan fund in the amount of $50 is available to members of Associated Students Organization (ASO). Loans are limited to fund availability in the account. Loans must be repaid upon receive of any Financial Aid or seven weeks of loan which ever comes first. Students with outstanding debts at the college, or who have received a loan from another college fund are not eligible for this loan. For further information, contact the Student Activities Office.

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II. GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Students who apply for more that one of the General Campus Scholarships (if eligible), may only be awarded one scholarship award per year.

LESLIE G. STIER SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarship of various amounts is made from this account for students in the Vocational Trades at LATTC. Students eligibility is based on enrollment in a vocational trade, completion of a least 300 class hours in that trade, enrollment in at least 12 units at the time of application and at the time of the award, and a minimum of a 2.75 cumulative GPA. The number of scholarship awards and their amounts will be flexible based on the amount of funds available and, if applicable, unmet Financial Aid Award Need of an awarded applicant. Applications are available during the first ten weeks of the Fall semester in Vocational Trade Departments or the Financial Aid Office. All applications are due in the Financial Aid Office, A Building, Room A-130, by the end of the tenth week of the Fall semester.

ETHEL PARKER SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships are available to all LATTC students who are enrolled in 12 or more units during the time of application and at the time of the award. The student must have a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA. The number of scholarship awards will be flexible based on the amount of funds available and, if applicable, unmet Financial Aid Award Need of an awarded applicant. Applications are available during the first ten weeks of the Fall semester from the Financial Aid Office. All applications are due in Financial Aid Office, A Building, Room A-130, by the end of the tenth week of the Fall semester

L. B. FLAWS SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarship of various amounts are available to first time entering students who are enrolled full-time in at least 12 units at the time of application and award and who can document financial need at the time of application. If applicable, an award may vary in accordance with unmet Financial Aid Award Need of an awarded applicant. Applications are available during the four weeks prior to the start of the Fall semester and during the first four weeks of the Fall semester. All applications must be filed with the Financial Aid Office by the end of the second week of the Fall semester. Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office, A Building, Room A-130.


FLADE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

The Flade Foundation Scholarship is awarded in the Spring semester. This $200 scholarship is open to students in any vocational trade who have completed at least 24 units in their program with a cumulative GPA of 2.5. Student must be enrolled in 12 units for the Spring semester and have a financial aid application for the current academic year on file in the Financial Aid Office at the time of application. Scholarship and application deadlines are determined each Spring by the Financial Aid Office, A Building, Room A-130.

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III. ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIP

CHIP ARMSTRONG SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is available to a student athlete who has completed one year of eligibility in a sport and will be returning for a second season. To be considered for this award, a student must have completed 24 units with a minimum GPA of 2.0, have a defined educational goal and making satisfactory progress toward that goal, demonstrate financial need, and have a recommendation from the student's athletic coach. The department to select awardees will use additional criteria. Applications are to be submitted between May 1 and May 15 of each year to the Athletic department. For applications and additional information, contact the Athletic department, J Building, Room J-202.

100-MILE CLUB SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is available to those who complete the 100-Mile Club distance through swimming or deep-water running. Students applying for this scholarship must be enrolled in three LATTC classes each semester. One of those classes needs to be PE and the other two non-PE classes working towards graduation. The student also needs to participate in the Swim-A-Thon each semester they are in the program. Scholarships are limited to fund availability. Contact Linda Delzeit in the PE department, J Building, Room J-202.

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IV. AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT LOANS

Loans are available to students who have successfully completed at least 12 units at this College; available at the commencement of each six-week "sequence"; and repayable in not more than five weeks after being granted, but before the end of the particular semester during which the loan is made. Students may apply for this at the Automotive department, F Building, Room F-220. Loans are available and limited to fund availability.

V. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER SCHOLARSHIPS

BOB MAXIE CDC PARENT SCHOLARSHIP

Two scholarship awards of $200 each are available to student-parents of the Child Development Center. To be considered for this award, a student must have completed 12 units and must be currently enrolled in 12 units with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Additional criteria by the department are utilized for final selection. For further information, contact the Child Development Center, N Building, Room N-100, or call (213) 763-3691.

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VI. COMMERCIAL ART SCHOLARSHIP

HAYNES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarship applications are available annually each Fall and Spring semester to entering and continuing students in Visual Communications major who are California residents, are currently enrolled in certificate/degree programs, and who will continue in their major the following semester. In addition to the above criteria, scholarships will be based on achievement and/or competition in designated major categories. For further information and applications, contact the Fashion Center, D Building, Room D-222.

HUERTA DESIGN SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is an annual scholarship in the amount $500 available annually to a 3rd semester student enrolled in the Commercial Art Program. Student must have maintained a 3.0 cumulative GPA and are selected by a committee of the Department Head and two faculty members. They will judge on their academic achievement, personal goals and financial need. For further information and applications, contact the Fashion Center, D Building, Room D-222.

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VII. CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES DEPARTMENT LOANS

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PLYWOOD ASSOCIATION

This is a book or tool loan account made to cabinet making or carpentry students. The student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 or better and be enrolled in at least 9 units at the time of the loan. Eligible students may apply at the Construction Technologies department located in the B Building, Room B-122. Loans must be paid by the ninth week of the semester unless otherwise extended by the department head.

AIR COLD SALES LOAN

This is a book loan account made to air conditioning or refrigeration students. The student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 or better and be enrolled in at least 9 units at the time of the loan. Eligible students may apply at the Construction Technologies department, located in the B Building, Room B-122. Loans must be paid back by the ninth week of the semester unless otherwise extended by the department head.

HALARD & RUTH HARRIS LOAN

This is a book or tool loan account made to electrical-mechanical-construction students. The student must have a GPA of at least 2.0 or better and be enrolled in at least 9 units at the time of the loan. Eligible students may apply at the Construction Technologies department, located in the B Building, Room B-122. Loans must be paid back by the ninth week of the semester unless otherwise extended by the department head.

KEN YOUNG LOAN

The department may authorize loans of up to $200 for students in the Construction Technologies department who have completed at least 12 units and who have at least a cumulative 2.5 GPA. The department for final loan authorization shall use additional criteria. Loans are based on fund availability. Students may apply for loans after the third week of the semester. For further information, please contact the Construction Technologies department, B Building, Room B-122.

ELECTRICAL FACULTY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

In memory of Ralph Harrington and Guy Muff, two scholarships are awarded of $150 and $250 respectively awarded to electrical department students as selected by a departmental committee composed of at least two electrical faculty instructors and the department head. Minimal eligibility is completion of 12 units, at least a second semester electrical trades student, a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 or better and enrolled in at least 9 units at the time of award. Applications may be obtained at the beginning of December of each year with the award being given in the first week of the Spring semester. Applications may be obtained in the Construction Technologies department, B Building, Room B-122.

F. SUTHERLAND ARCHITECTURAL/DRAFTING SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship award of approximately $100.00 (actual amount depends on accrued interest) awarded to one Architecture/Drafting student as selected by a departmental committee composed of the Architectural/Drafting faculty and the department head. Minimum eligibility is completion of at least 12 units and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. Students must be enrolled in at least 9 units of Architecture/Drafting at the time of application. Applications may be obtained from the Construction Technologies department, B Building, Room B -122 at the beginning of the fall semester.

JOHN TRUMPLER ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship award of approximately $250.00 (actual amount depends on accrued interest) awarded to one Electrical Construction and Maintenance student as selected by a departmental committee composed of the faculty of the EC & M discipline and the department head. Minimum eligibility is completion of at least 24 units and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. Students must be enrolled in at least 12 units of the Electrical Construction and Maintenance program at the time of application. Applications may be obtained from the Construction Technologies department, B Building, Room B -122 at the beginning of the fall semester

ROGER GIBLIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

One scholarship award of approximately $250.00 (actual amount depends on accrued interest) awarded to one Electrical Construction and Maintenance student as selected by a departmental committee composed of the faculty of the EC & M discipline and the department head. Students must be enrolled in at least 12 units of the Electrical Construction and Maintenance program at the time of application. Enthusiasm, interest in the trade, desire, and economic need will be considered. Applications may be obtained from the Construction Technologies department, B Building, Room B -122 at the beginning of the fall semester.

NATHAN BRUSH SCHOLARHSIP

One scholarship award of approximately $500 (actual amount depends on accrued interest) awarded to a full time Electrical Construction and Maintenance student as selected by a departmental committee composed of all the faculty members in the EC & M discipline and the department head. Minimum eligibility is completion of two semesters with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. The basis of the award shall be the most progress made for the two semesters the student was enrolled. Applications may be obtained from the Construction Technologies department, B Building, Room B-122 at the beginning of the Fall semester.

RON JACKSON SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is available for qualified Electrical Construction and Maintenance students who meet requirements and are selected by the scholarship committee. Minimum eligibility requirements are a cumulative 2.0 GPA, enrolled in at least 12 units. Additional criteria may be used for final selection of scholarships. For further information, please contact the Construction Technologies department, B Building, Room B-122 at the beginning of the Fall semester.

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VIII. CULINARY ARTS DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarship awards are provided from proceeds generated from contributions to this account. Contributors to this account include Paul Herman, Harry B. Vickman, Mason Hooser, and Restaurant Writers-A. Kleihauser, California Restaurant Assoc., Epicurean Club of Los Angeles, Chefs de Cuisine Assoc. of California, and other donors. Scholarships in this department are awarded annually to students who have successfully completed one semester in Culinary Arts and are continuing, full time Culinary Arts students. Awarding is based on academic performance in class, merit and need. Students who are nominated by the Departmental Scholarship Committee members will complete scholarship application forms and submit them to the Culinary Arts department, H Building, Room H-106.

ERNIE GREEN SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is given in recognition of Chef Ernie Green's leadership, service and inspiration in working for students and the Culinary Arts/Baking Program. The Culinary Arts Steering Committee offers a $500 scholarship each semester to a third or fourth semester student. Application are due in October and February and are available Culinary Arts department, H Building Room H-106

HECTOR BOIARDI SCHOLARSHIP

The family of the late Hector Bioardi established a trust fund to provide scholarship for qualified and needy students in the culinary field. Mr. Boiardi was internationally known as a chef and the developer of food products, which for many years have been marketed under the trade name Boy-ar-Dee. He always maintained a sincere interest in encouraging young people to enter the area of food preparation as he himself had done as a young man. It was natural for his family to perpetuate his desire by establishing a source of financial aid for students in need of help to begin or continue their studies. Students who are nominated by the Departmental Scholarship Committee members will complete scholarship application forms and submit them to the Culinary Arts department, H Building, Room H-106.

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IX. DSPS SCHOLARSHIP

THADDEUS-CONSTANCE BROWN SCHOLARHIP

Scholarship is available for qualified disabled students who meet minimum eligibility requirements and are selected by the scholarship committee. Minimum eligibility requirements are a cumulative 2.0 GPA, enrolled in at least 12 units (day program), 6 units (evening program) or 4 units (summer program). Additional criteria may be used for final selection of scholarships. For further information, please contact the DSPS office, E Building, Room E-110.

X. ELECTRONICS SCHOLARSHIP

CARTER ELECTRONICS SCHOLARSHIP

A scholarship award of $100 is awarded to a second semester electronics student by the department. In order to be eligible, the student must have just successfully completed the first semester and be currently enrolled and actively attending classes in the second semester through the second week of class. Students desiring to apply must leave their names with the department at least four weeks before the end of the first semester. For further information, please contact the Electronics department, E Building, Room E-217.

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XI. FASHION CENTER SCHOLARSHIPS

The scholarships are awarded to students who completed a minimum of 12 units of credit in the Fashion Center Program. The awards are based on scholarship, minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, financial need, and participation in department activities. For further information, contact the Fashion Center, D Building, Room D-222.

MABEL WILSON RICHARDS SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarship is awarded to selected students based on a competitive basis. Minimal eligibility for consideration are resident of a qualified city, female, currently enrolled in at least 12 letter graded units, maintenance of at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA, and who will continue in their major the following semester, has completed an application for Financial Aid and has been determined eligible, is of good moral character, good citizenship, and U.S. citizen. Applications are requested early in the Fall semester. For further information, contact the Fashion Center, D Building, Room D-222.

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XII. LATTC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is awarded to students who are Dean's or President's awardees based on an essay competition with selective criteria and judged by a panel of faculty, staff, students, and administrators. The amount of scholarships are determined by the LATTC Foundation.

XIII. MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT

WIN BABCOCK SCHOLARSHIP

This award is available to machine shop students who are in their second semester who have maintained at least a cumulative 2.5 GPA. The award is for $50. Applications are available from the department. The department makes selection and awards. For further information, contact the Manufacturing department, F Building, Room F-220.

XIV. NURSING DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarship awards are generally made on a yearly basis. Eligibility requirements are: Completion of first semester subjects with grade of "C" or better, student need, willingness to attend award ceremony. Additional criteria by the department are utilized for final selection. For further information and application procedures, check with the Nursing/Health department, A Building, Room A-347.



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March 26, 2009