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CEHHS Student Success Grants

CSUSM College of Education, Health & Human Services Student Success Grants (SSGs) are available to help students meet the costs of attending skills, knowledge-building, and networking events that will enhance their professional development. These may include, but are not limited to, attendance and /or participation at conferences, seminars or workshops.

CEHHS recognizes that different programs have different professional development needs and opportunities, and encourages all students to apply for SSGs.

Eligibility

  • Must be a student who is currently registered at CSUSM at minimum as a student in CEHHS
  • Must be a student in good standing and the events or activities must be closely related to the applicant’s field of study, i.e. selected option
  • Students may apply for a SSG award at any point while enrolled and registered at CSUSM as at least a pa student in CEHHS. Graduating students may still apply for funds in their final semester if the event takes place within the first three (3) months following the last day of classes

Full program details and restrictions are available in the Student Success Grants Guidelines.

Student Success Grant Application

CEHHS recognizes that different programs have different professional development needs and opportunities, and encourages all students to apply for SSGs.

Eligibility

  • Must be a student who is currently registered at CSUSM at minimum as a student in CEHHS
  • Must be a student in good standing and the events or activities must be closely related to the applicant’s field of study, i.e. selected option
  • Students may apply for a SSG award at any point while enrolled and registered at CSUSM as at least a pa student in CEHHS. Graduating students may still apply for funds in their final semester if the event takes place within the first three (3) months following the last day of classes

Full program details and restrictions are available in the Student Success Grants Guidelines.

Student Success Grant Application