Humanities Mellon Scholars Program
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What is the Humanities Mellon Scholars Program?
This program is a transfer support program for students interested in building a strong foundation in the humanities to support the major of their choice. The Humanities Mellon Scholars Program is a learning community intended to expose a more diverse population of students to the advantages of a humanities-infused education.
As a Humanities Mellon Scholar at Foothill College, you will earn a Certificate of Achievement in Humanities, complete university transfer requirements and take courses that fulfill the degree requirements of your major.
In addition, the program offers each participating student
- A designated faculty advisor
- Paid internship for up to four academic quarters
- Financial help for textbooks and other course material
- Invitations to workshops and social events
Our Transfer Support Program
The program prepares you to meet the eligibility requirements for transfer into the University of California and California State University systems.
It also guarantees admission to the University of San Francisco (USF), who will each be eligible for up to $20,000 in scholarships. At USF, you can choose among specific pathways that will allow you to graduate with a bachelor's degree in two years.
For more information
Questions? Please contact Dr. Falk Cammin, Program Director, at email@example.com or 650.949.7442. The Program Coordinator, Charlie McKellar, can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.949.7269
Funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, this program responds to a growing need for professionals who are skilled not only in the tools of their trade but also in the habits of innovation, critical thinking and problem solving.
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Fall 2020 Admission
We will consider applications as they come in. The application process closes September
17 for Fall 2020
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Humanities Mellon Scholars Program Director