Goldman School of Public Policy - University of California, Berkeley

Fellowships

Students are at the heart of the Goldman School’s success

Click here, or scroll down, to view current fellowships.

Over the last decade the Goldman School student body doubled, creating an even more robust intellectual community. The school admits the most highly qualified applicants who may come from opposite ends of the country, the globe or of the political spectrum. While it attracts top-tier candidates, the school is hard-pressed to compete financially with the elite private institutions that offer significant, if not full, fellowship funding.

Building greater support for fellowships by increasing endowment funding is a cornerstone of our mission. Named endowed fellowship funds start with gifts at the $50,000 level and range up to $500,000 for a full fellowship (tuition and fees) for a California resident and $750,000 for a non- resident student.

Your support for fellowships empowers the Goldman School to successfully recruit top scholars of all backgrounds — students today who tomorrow will take their place as valued alumni dedicated to bettering local, national, and foreign policies.  Make a secure online gift to an existing fellowship here.

For more information about establishing an endowed fellowship, or to make a gift to an exisiting fellowship by phone or U.S. mail please contact:

Annette Doornbos, Assistant Dean of External Relations and Development
(510) 642-8005
doornbos@berkeley.edu
 

Lynn Cerda Price, Director of Development, Major Gifts
(510) 643-1674
lcerdaprice@berkeley.edu

Endowed Funds