10,000 Degrees List of Scholarship for Undocumented Students:
This list includes scholarships in Northern California, national scholarships, and scholarships for specific majors. For more information and updates, please visit 10,000 Degrees List.
Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard’s List (for U.S. and Non-U.S. citizens):
This comprehensive, 50-page list includes scholarships available to U.S. and non-U.S. citizens. Scholarships are categorized by deadline and indicate whether citizenship is a requirement. For more information and updates, please visit Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard's List.
Dream Scholarship Fund
: The Dream Scholarship Fund aims to assist students with their education. For more information, visit their website for particular
requirements and deadlines.
Dream Summer: This an internship program established specifically for undocumented student scholars, and which is the first in the nation of its kind. It is a great opportunity to meet other leaders and engage in activism across the State during summer. For more information and updates, click HERE.
East Bay Consortium Scholarship Directory: For more information and updates, please visit East Bay Consortium.
Fondo Futuro Scholarship: This is a web source in English and Spanish that helps facilitate loans to pay for your education. Keep in mind that loans usually accrue interest. For more information, please click HERE.
Harvard University’s Act on a Dream Scholarship List: This is an excellent list of scholarships available to immigrant students nationwide. For more information and updates, please visit Act on a Dream.
Popular Scholarship Websites: Fastweb.com and Scholarships.com are two good sources that allow students to receive scholarship alerts. Remember that all scholarship search engines are free, and as the old saying goes: "Never invest more than a mailing stamp in order to receive information about a scholarship." Lastly, we strongly suggest you visit FinAid.org to get further tips on how to find and maximize your opportunities of receiving a scholarship.
Searchable Database of Merit Aid at Colleges: Make sure to contact colleges individually to find out their policies about awarding merit scholarships to non-resident immigrant students. For more information and updates, please visit Searchable Database of Merit Aid.
Selected Funding Opportunities Open to Non-U.S. Citizens: This is a unique list of scholarships for non-U.S. citizens of diverse ethnicities. It includes scholarships that fund undergraduate and graduate work in the U.S. and abroad. For more information and updates, please visit Selected Funding Opportunities Open to Non-U.S. Citizens.
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