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College Scholarships
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College Scholarships
College Scholarships

The following scholarship opportunities are brought to you by USTA Northern California, USTA National Diversity Department, the USTA Serves Foundation and other USTA National departments. You are strongly encouraged to confirm deadlines, the contact and address of where the application is to be sent as they differ depending on the organization offering the scholarship.

The Champions of Character Scholarships

The Champions of Character Scholarships offered by the USTA NorCal Diversity & Inclusion Committee, support the Level One strategic priority of Diversity & Inclusion with a Multicultural focus.
College Scholarships

The Champions of Character Scholarships offered by the USTA NorCal Diversity & Inclusion Committee, support the Level One strategic priority of Diversity & Inclusion with a Multicultural focus.

USTA Serves awards has awarded over $4 million in  scholarships to high school seniors who demonstrate academic achievement, perform community/volunteer service, participate in organized youth tennis program and demonstrate financial need.
USTA Serves awards has awarded over $4 million in  scholarships to high school seniors who demonstrate academic achievement, perform community/volunteer service, participate in organized youth tennis program and demonstrate financial need.

USTA Foundation

USTA Serves awards has awarded over $4 million in scholarships to high school seniors who demonstrate academic achievement, perform community/volunteer service, participate in organized youth tennis program and demonstrate financial need.

 

Each year, USTA Foundation awards college scholarships and player incentive awards to deserving youngsters who have participated in United States Tennis Association (USTA) and/or other organized youth tennis programs. 

 

Additional Scholarship Resources

 

Champions Of Character College Scholarships

USTA Northern California Diversity and Inclusion Committee offers four annual scholarships to support the Level One strategic priority of Diversity with a Multicultural focus.  Our four annual scholarships to support and encourage multicultural participation among high school students entering college:

 

  1. Diversity Committee Arthur Ashe College Scholarship: On the 19th day of January 1994, the section enacted in perpetuity the USTA Northern California Diversity Committee Service in memory of the valuable contributions Arthur Ashe made to tennis and the world at large.
  2. Diversity Committee Michael Chang College Scholarship: On the 10th day of July 2003, USTA Northern California enacted the Diversity Committee Michael Chang Scholarship in honor of the valuable contributions Michael Chang has made to tennis for his play and his sportsmanship.
  3. Diversity Committee Pancho Gonzalez College Scholarship: In August 2005, USTA Northern California inaugurated the Diversity Committee Pancho Gonzalez Scholarship in honor of the valuable contributions Pancho Gonzalez made to tennis for his play and his sportsmanship. As the only Latino player of his time, Pancho Gonzalez experienced great adversity and obstacles in his life. It could be argued that this helped his tennis career.
  4. Diversity Committee Althea Gibson College Scholarship: In December 2007, USTA Northern California enacted the Diversity Committee Althea Gibson Scholarship in honor of the valuable contributions Althea Gibson made as well as in honor of her memory, life, and achievements of this exceptional pioneer who paved the way for millions who followed.
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