The Stephen and Maria A. CuUnjieng Scholarship and the Lhuillier-Hess Scholarship was established in 2015 to provide aid with a specific preference for students from the Philippines or of Filipino heritage.
"[These scholarships were established] to provide financial support to undergraduate[s] in the Wharton School who may not otherwise be able to meet the cost of a Penn education and to support the University's educational policy of promoting student body diversity. Each scholarship applicant's qualifications shall be considered individually... The Donors desire [that] students be considered according to the following order of preferences...:
- Students from the Philippines;
- Students from the United States of Filipino descent;
- Students from Southeast Asia;
- Students from Asia, excluding Hong Kong and Singapore;
- Any undergraduate student at Penn.
To apply for these "University Named Scholarships," please visit http://www.sfs.upenn.edu/paying/paying-grants-scholarships.htm
"These scholarships are provided through direct gifts to the University and privately endowed funds established by alumni and friends. Named scholarships enable Penn to continue its two-fold commitment to admit students solely on the basis of academic merit, and to meet 100% of a student's financial need. All scholarships are need-based, so students must complete the financial aid process. Student Financial Services selects recipients based on the scholarship's criteria; no separate application is necessary."