Scholarships

This spring the Department will award four $1,500 scholarships. The scholarships will be for the Fall Quarter, 2019, and will be applied toward university registration fees. Completed applications are due Friday, April 19.

You can get information on the scholarship and an application in three ways:

  1. Get the information/application in person from Stacy Brooks in the Economics Department (SBS-327 or 537-5511). You then return the application to the Economics Department by the deadline.
  2. Download a pdf version of the information/application. Return the completed application to Stacy in the Economics Department (SB-327).
  3. Download a Word version of the information/application. Fill out the application and then e-mail it to SBrooks@csusb.edu.

No matter how you get the application, make sure you fill out the application completely, submit the required statement of purpose, and turn in all materials to the Economics Department by the deadline.

To learn about each scholarship, select the links below. General information is also provided on the application.

Funding for this scholarship was provided by John Raymond, Jr. and his wife, Madeline. Mr. Raymond is a CSUSB economics alumnus, class of 1979.

This scholarship is no longer available.

Recipients of the John Raymond Family Economics Scholarship

  • Bruce Davis, 99/00
  • Wendy Keyes, 98/99
  • Dennis Egizi, 97/98
  • Cynthia Lyons, 96/97
  • Barbara Rood, 95/96
  • Frank Johnson, Jr., 94/95

Funding for this scholarship is provided by generous donations from more than 100 graduates of Economics degree programs at CSUSB.

To be considered for the Economics Alumni Scholarship, a student must:

  • Attend CSUSB as a declared economics major,
  • Have completed a minimum of 9 semester, or 12 quarter, units of economics course work with at least a 2.75 grade point average,
  • Have an overall grade point average of at least 2.75,
  • Have completed at least 30 semester, or 45 quarter, units of college coursework,
  • be enrolled at CSUSB on at least a one-half time basis at time of receipt of the scholarship,
  • Have completed the application form made available through the CSUSB Economics Department office.

Past Recipients of the Economics Alumni Scholarship

  • Hung Nguyen, 19/20
  • Diego Romualdo, 18/19
  • Alberto Chavez, 18/19
  • Denisse Sanchez, 17/18
  • Sebastian Lopez-Delgado, 17/18
  • Tyler Roth, 17/18
  • Kimberly Lennon, 15/16
  • Douglas Garcia, 15/16
  • John Evelyn-Veere, 14/15
  • Catherine Ou, 14/15
  • Stephanie Attar, 13/14
  • Daniel Garcia, 13/14
  • Spencer Chapman, 13/14
  • Brandon Duncan, 12/13
  • Joseph Frantz, 11/12
  • Rachel Franklin, 10/11
  • Nadine Hanhan, 09/10
  • Andrew Dire, 09/10
  • Steven Hurtado, 08/09
  • Scott Kowallis, 07/08
  • Joshua Newman, 06/07
  • Robert Goode, 05/06
  • Raul Ochoa, 04/05
  • Debby Bukky, 03/04
  • Omer Tanacan, 02/03
  • Alex Zabolotskikh, 01/02
  • James McHenry, 00/01
  • LaVondra Harris, 99/00
  • George Urena, 98/99
  • Ben Laskowski, 97/98
  • Kelly Henry, 96/97
  • Douglas Chamberlain, 95/96
  • Frederick Falvo, 95/96
  • Stephanie Hoggard, 94/95
  • Phillip Ritley, 93/94
  • Roger Shijo, 92/93
  • Walter Klauer, 91/92
  • Kevin Skelton, 90/91
  • Kirk Pelser, 89/90

Funding for this scholarship is provided by the Kennedy family. John Winn Kennedy, Sr. received his B.A. in Economics from CSUSB in 1985.

To be considered for the John and June Kennedy Economics Scholarship, a student must:

  • Attend CSUSB as a declared economics major,
  • Have completed a minimum of 9 semester, or 12 quarter, units of economics course work with at least a 3.00 grade point average,
  • Have an overall grade point average of at least 2.75,
  • Have completed at least 30 semester, or 45 quarter, units of college coursework,
  • Be enrolled at CSUSB on at least a one-half time basis at time of receipt of the scholarship,
  • Have completed the application form made available through the CSUSB Economics Department office.

Past Recipients of the John and June Kennedy

  • David Navarro, 19/20
  • Margaret Oka, 19/20
  • Justin White, 16/17
  • Erik Gustafsson, 16/17
  • Noe Nava, 15/16
  • Dusty Wilson, 15/16
  • Cristina Gutierrez, 14/15
  • Dakota Hughes, 14/15
  • Rose Martinez, 13/14
  • Loni Maxfield, 13/14
  • Binh Pham, 12/13
  • Gabriela Ilabaca, 12/13
  • Michael Hayes,11/12
  • Matthew Becker,11/12
  • Corey Sandoval,10/11
  • Cari Gagner, 10/11
  • Louie Pelina, 09/10
  • Alvaro Gomez, 09/10
  • Deirdre Mercer, 08/09
  • David Carnes, 08/09
  • Nadine Hanhan, 07/08
  • Andrew Dire, 07/08
  • Barbara Brough, 06/07
  • Matthew Johnson, 06/07
  • Robert Martinez, 05/06
  • William Hamilton, 05/06
  • Erik Fallis, 04/05
  • Quinci Quartararo, 04/05
  • Jesse Zinn, 03/04
  • Cynthia Peel, 02/03
  • Keven Roughton, 01/02
  • Charles McLaughlin, 00/01
  • Lori Rudow, 99/00
  • Shawn Volk, 98/99
  • Andrea Meyer, 97/98
  • Christopher Cooper, 96/97
  • Jill Sherman, 95/96
  • Aaron Weltmer, 94/95
  • Stephanie Hoggard, 93/94
  • Deborah Bethke, 92/93
  • Stephanies Romine, 91/92
  • Tony Caruso, 90/91
  • Melissa Adams, 89/90
  • Paul Yates, 88/89
  • Cherlyn Rush, 87/88
  • Lori Worby, 86/87

Sean Brunske received his B.A. in Economics from CSUSB in 1990. He received a Janczyk Family Economics Scholarship in 1988/1989.

To be considered for a Sean Brunske Economics Scholarship, a student must:

  • attend CSUSB as a declared economics major,
  • have completed a minimum of 9 semester, or 12 quarter, units of economics course work with at least a 2.75 grade point average,
  • have an overall grade point average of at least 2.50,
  • have completed at least 30 semester, or 45 quarter, units of college coursework,
  • be enrolled at CSUSB on at least a one-half time basis at time of receipt of the scholarship,
  • have completed the application form made available through the CSUSB Economics Department office.

Past Recipients of the Sean Brunske Economics Scholarship

  • Olivia Diaz, 19/20
  • Dusty Wilson, 16/17
  • Cristina Gutierrez, 15/16
  • Hailey Allison, 14/15
  • John Evelyn-Veere, 13/14
  • Matthew Becker, 12/13
  • Travis Prine, 11/12
  • Roland Gaskins,10/11
  • Mason Allen, 10/11
  • Donald Segura, 09/10
  • Sandy Naranjo, 09/10
  • Chelsea Goins, 09/10
  • Garrett Castro, 09/10
  • Cale Allen Murphy, 08/09
  • Scott Howard, 08/09
  • Nadine Hanhan, 08/09
  • Michelle Dyck-Turner, 08/09
  • Andrew Dire, 08/09
  • Galib Rustamov, 07/08
  • Ronald Lucia, 07/08
  • Maria Espinoza, 07/08
  • Sopheaktra Johnny Chhin, 07/08
  • Barbara Brough, 07/08
  • Matthew Flores, 06/07
  • Hector Guzman-Orozco, 06/07
  • Eva de la Parra, 06/07
  • Zachary Brooksher, 06/07
  • Michael Stevens, 06/07
  • Ajmal Yourish, 05/60
  • Flint Williams, 05/06
  • Raul Ochoa, 05/06
  • Julie Hamilton, 05/06
  • Barbara Brough, 05/06

Funding for this scholarship was provided by Dr. Joseph T. Janczyk and his wife, Lieta. Dr. Janczyk was a member of the CSUSB Economics Department faculty from 1975 to 1986.

This scholarship is no longer available.

Recipients of the Janczyk Family Economics Scholarship:

  • Jared Thomas Ball, 2003/04
  • Pablo Johnson, 2002/03
  • Anthony Amato, 2001/02
  • James Wilson, 2000/01
  • Keri Montrose, 99/00
  • Brian Rose, 98/99
  • Candace Madson, 97/98
  • Mark Porter, 96/97
  • Alan Blumen, 95/96
  • Eric Henrickson, 94/95
  • Douglas Shaw, 93/94
  • Gary McBride, 92/93
  • John Henry, 91/92
  • Melissa Mosher, 90/91
  • Jason Harthun, 89/90
  • Sean Brunske, 88/89

Funding for this scholarship was provided by generous donations from an anonymous Economics Department alumnus.

This scholarship is no longer available.

Recipients of the Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Economics Scholarship

  • Leticia Gonzalez, 04/05
  • Dennis Pelina, 04/05
  • Amy Waterman, 03/04
  • Raul Ochoa, 03/04

Funding for this scholarship was provided by generous donations from Gary McBride and his family. Gary graduated from the Economics Department and was a winner of the Janczyk Family Economics Scholarship in 1992/93.

This scholarship is no longer available.

Recipients of the McBride Family Economics Scholarship

  • Branden Murphy, 12/13
  • Miguel Gonzales, 11/12
  • Rosalba Martinez, 10/11
  • Ross Franklin, 09/10
  • Erin Martinez, 08/09
  • Michael Stevens, 07/08
  • Sandra Scalf-Corbitt, 06/07
  • Elizabeth Bell, 05/06
  • Robert Suhrie, 04/05
  • Christopher Tavares, 03/04
  • Dennis Lechner, 02/03
  • Heather Pugh, 2001/02
  • Kimberly Trudel, 2000/01