The Kruttschnitt Aspire Scholarship Program (KASP) is named in recognition of a legacy commitment made by Cal alumnus, local business and community leader, Theodore (Ted) H. Kruttschnitt ’64. The program supports low-income, underrepresented minority students who have been admitted to Cal as incoming freshman or junior college transfers. In addition to financial aid, the KASP Scholars will receive the guidance and resources necessary to succeed at the number one public university in the world. To ensure access and the success of the KASP Scholars, CAA will partner with various campus units and student service centers.
- Full-time enrollment at UC Berkeley
- Participation in evening scholar meetings and events throughout the academic year
- Minimum 10 hours of community service and/or outreach per semester
- “Satisfactory Academic Progress” as defined by the Office of Financial Aid and the scholar’s college
|Incoming Freshman||$6,000 per year||8 semesters|
|Incoming Junior Transfer||$6,000 per year||4 semesters|
|Incoming Junior Transfer||