MSP Reggie T. Harvill, PPM Scholarship

Reggie T. Harvill was the chief supervisor of custodians at California State University Northridge in the late 1960s. The Reggie T. Harvill, PPM Scholarship is for undergraduate students currently enrolled at CSUN students who are Business Administration or Engineering majors.

Please note: Any change to your enrollment status resulting in less than full time enrollment for any term within the award year will result in a cancellation of your award.


  • Must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Must have a FAFSA or California Dream Act Application on file for the upcoming academic year.
  • Undergraduate students must enroll in 12 units or more during each award term – Fall & Spring terms of the upcoming academic year.
  • Applicants must have a FAFSA or California Dream Act Application on file
  • Must be currently enrolled CSUN undergraduate students who are Business Administration or* Engineering majors*.
  • If awarded, recipient must submit a letter of gratitude to the donor.
  • Must upload a copy of your student resume. A student resume is a detailed record of your personal and educational information. It includes the name of your school/college, coursework, projects (if any) undertaken, and awards. The resume may also contain additional information like your extracurricular activities, volunteer experiences, job experiences (if any), hobbies, etc.

Supplemental Questions
  1. I will enroll as a full-time CSUN student for the upcoming Fall & Spring terms.
  2. I am a CSUN undergraduate student who is a Business Administration or Engineering major.
  3. Discuss how your interest in your field or major developed and elaborate on your short and long term academic and/or professional goals.
  4. What do you consider to be the best advice you ever received? Who gave you that advice and did you follow that advice or not?
  5. [MSP 1] Please request: A letter of recommendation from a teacher, professor, counselor, or community leader - who can attest to your meritorious performance and personal strengths and can assess your potential for academic and career success. The letter should include a signature, title, and contact information. The letter should be addressed to: *Award Selection Committee*.
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