Resources to help you succeed.
1) What is the cost of attendance?
Please see the Graduate Division website.
2) Spectrum Scholars
The Spectrum Scholarship Program was established in 1997, when the American Library Association committed resources for 50 annual scholarships of $5,000 a year for Spectrum’s first four years. The Spectrum program continues to fund scholarships through the initial endowment and the generous contributions of individuals and organizations whose donations support named scholarships in the Spectrum Family of Funds.
The University of California, Los Angeles endeavors to match the Spectrum award for all Spectrum Scholars. The award is determined annually pending availability of funds.
3) FILL Internships
FILL (“From Interns to Library Leaders”) is a Library Services and Technology Act grant project designed to promote public librarianship through paid internships at libraries that are members of the Metropolitan Cooperative Library Association (MCLS). For more information about the FILL program and the libraries participating, please access the FILL website.
4) UCLA Graduate Fellowship Opportunities and Funding Listserv
Various fellowships are offered to both entering and continuing graduate students. For specific award information, please see: https://grad.ucla.edu/asis/stusup/index.html
Students may sign up for funding opportunities through the UCLA Graduate & Postdoctoral Extramural Support (GRAPES) database.
5) Graduate Work Study Program
Federal work-study grants are available based on financial need. The minimum amount is $5,000 with a $15,000 maximum per student between July 1 and June 30. Additional information regarding eligibility and the application process can be found here:https://grad.ucla.edu/gss/library/gwspintro.htm