Focus: Students having the opportunity to travel and study in another country.
In 2015, an alumnus, Robert Pitts, wanted to help students travel abroad like his children did when they were in college, thus the creation of this Pitts Family Study Abroad Scholarshipwith the CSULB 49er Foundation. Mr.Pitts believes in the importance for students having the opportunity to travel and study in another country, and expanding, and enhancing their education and character. This scholarship provides funding for students who wish to study abroad.
Robert Pitts – BS Management, 1970, MBA 1973 – now retired; the 2007 Distinguished Alumnus was the Vice President for Administrative Services at Toyota Motors. He established Toyota Motor Credit Corporation in 1982 with three employees that grew to over 2,000 associates, 30 offices, and $10 billion in assets under his leadership.