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Scholarship List

Important Information

Think of looking for scholarships as having a part-time job.  Juniors and seniors might spend an hour a day or half a day on weekends conducting searches and putting together applications.

Where to Find Scholarships?   (You have to ask)

  • Local and regional organizations
  • Parent’s work
  • Student’s work
  • Religious, service, cultural organizations
  • Family
  • Online

On the internet?  (You have to search)

Scholarship Directories (you complete a profile and enter your email address)

Search Engines. In the “search” box, type: Scholarship, _____________________.  On the line, insert one at a time, all the things that describe you, the student – interests, background, family, heritage, religion, activities, course of study, hobbies, anything unusual such as a disability in the family, tall, etc…

 What to Submit? (You need to Stand Out)

  •  All requirements stated on the scholarship application.  Be sure to read the application. 

Typical requests include, but are not limited to:

  • completed application form (typed preferably)
  • Essay
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Transcript 

Scholarship Websites

Scholarship Websites

Website Address Organization Point of Interest
www.collegeanswer.com College Answer:  The Planning for College Destination Free scholarship search service
www.studentscholarshipsearch.com Student Scholarship Search Free scholarship search service 
www.collegenet.com CollegeNET Free scholarship search service 
www.cappex.com Cappex College Search Free scholarship search service 
www.fastweb.com FastWeb! Free scholarship search service 
www.freschinfo.com/search Fresch? Free scholarship search service
www.gmsp.org The Gates Millemium Scholars Scholarship iInformation
www.hsf.net Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholarship Information
www.naas.org National Academy of Scholars Scholarship Information
www.chci.org/scholarships The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Scholarship Information
www.collegeview.com College View Paying for college
www.csac.ca.gov California Student Aid Commission Cal Grant Information
www.ed.gov US Department of Education USDE Financial Aid Information
www.fafsa.ed.gov FAFSA Online Free Application for Federal Student Aid
www.finaid.org FinAid Financial Aid Information
www.salliemae.com Sallie Mae Loan Repayment Calculator
www.collegeboard.org College Board CSS Financial Aid Profile for Private Schools