Application Deadline: February 17, 2021 at 12 pm PST.
What You’ll Need
- PDF of the page from CalCentral that shows your Estimated Family Contribution (in the “View Awards” portion of the “My Finances” tab)
- PDF of Transcript(s) — UNOFFICIAL ONLY, please. Instructions can be found here.
- Showing all Berkeley, post-high school grades
- Showing all credits accepted by Berkeley that you earned at other institutions
- PDF of the Haas Scholars project proposal
- PDF of the Project Budget
- The name and email of your faculty sponsor who will write your academic recommendation.
- The name and email of your professional reference who will write your personal/professional recommendation. This reference will be asked to comment on your professional responsibility and follow-through, and your track-record as someone who has contributed in a positive way to a group dynamic or team. The questions that your reference will be asked on the form can be found here.
What You May Also Want to Add
- Human subjects documentation (if applicable)
- One optional additional recommendation (either an additional academic recommendation, or another professional reference).
- Optional PDFs of your letters of support (maximum 3)
- If you are proposing a creative project, a sample of your previous creative work. (Max 10 images for visual arts; max 10 minutes of video; max 10 pages for creative writing).
NOTE: If your project involves human subjects, you may also want to include a PDF of your Certificate of Completion for the CITI human subjects online training course (click here for more information on whether or not you need to go through CPHS). If you are selected and your project is considered high risk, you must submit your human subjects protocol drafts and final protocols by the deadlines specified here.
Bottom line: start filling out the online application form as soon as it’s available, but don’t send your proposal and budget until you are certain they are the best they can be.