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The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies' Scholarships

The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies offers several scholarship opportunities. With the exception of the John Likins Memorial Scholarship, applicants must be either a Judaic Studies major or minor, be enrolled full time and in good academic standing.

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Applications for all Judaic Studies' scholarships are available in Scholarship Universe, which is a scholarship matching service exclusively for UA Students.  It allows a student to apply for many UA scholarships with one application process.  Once a student logs in and answers a series of questions, SU matches students to scholarships for which they are eligible and which are currently accepting applications.  If you're a UA student, Scholarship Universe is the best resource available for finding and applying for scholarships
 
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The John Likins Memorial Scholarship   (UA Freshmen only, not major specific)
The John Likins Memorial Scholarship is intended for tuition at The University of Arizona and students are encouraged to apply as soon as they are admitted to The University of Arizona. The John Likins Memorial Scholarship is not limited to just Judaic Studies majors & minors, however, applicants must have graduated from a Tucson area high school and be accepted to The University of Arizona.

The Jack & Irene Sarver Scholarship
The Jack and Irene Sarver Scholarship provides funding for tuition at The University of Arizona to help Judaic Studies majors and minors achieve their educational goals.  Applicants must be full time Judaic Studies students at The University of Arizona and in good academic standing.  

The Florence Kaiserman Scholarship
The Florence Kaiserman Memorial Scholarship is primarily intended to assist Judaic Studies students wishing to enroll in an accredited study program in Israel. In some cases, it may also be used by Judaic Studies majors for tuition at The University of Arizona. Applicants must be full time Judaic Studies students at The University of Arizona and in good academic standing.  

The Ronald and Diane Weintraub Israel Study Award
The Ronald and Diane Weintraub Israel Study Award is intended for students who enroll in a UA accredited study abroad program in Israel.  

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