Where exactly can you find an accurate, all-in-one listing of today’s best scholarships for Latino students? Read on, because you’ve already found it. We’ve taken care of all the leg-work and comprised one master list that contains everything you need, all in one place. So, here they are – 45 top scholarship opportunities just for Latina and Latino students right now.
1. Gates Millennium Scholars Program
– Be an incoming freshman student of color.
The Gates Millennium Scholars Program was set up in 1999 as part of funding released by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Since that time, the program has continued funding the dreams of thousands of students of color. Different tiers of scholarship funding are assigned to the various winners with financial need being a substantial factor in the determination of actual award amounts.
2. Gucci Changemakers Scholarship
– Be a student of color.
– Be a graduating high school senior or currently enrolled undergraduate student attending an accredited four-year college or university in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree within North America.
– Demonstrate financial need.
– Special preference is given to students from any of the 12 Gucci Changemakers cities– Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Toronto, and Washington DC and/or to those students planning to attend or currently attending a Historically Black College or University (HBCU).
Gucci Changemakers North America, an affiliate program of the fashion company Gucci, is the sponsor of the Gucci Changemakers Scholarship. This valuable offer extends funding in addition to valuable mentorship opportunities through Gucci. $20,000 of yearly assistance is the award with winners also being able to reapply for continued funding each year after.
3. AWWA Section Scholarship
– Be a student of color pursuing college and from one of the service area states served by the American Water Works Association.
The American Water Works Association wants to help support students of all academic paths and individual backgrounds and does so via its AWWA Section Scholarship. With this great opportunity, students can receive anywhere from $100 to $5,000 from the water utility company. Check your state of residence at the company website for links to that service area’s scholarship application and info. Applications are due by December 13th each year.
4. Minority Scholarship in Classics and Classical Archaeology
– Be a minority undergraduate student from anywhere in North America.
The Minority Scholarship in Classics and Classical Archaeology is an excellent opportunity afforded by the Society for Classical Studies. The whole field of classical studies, unfortunately, has few minority professionals within its ranks, and this opportunity is part of the current effort to fix that issue. With this award, winning applicants receive funding assistance up to $4,500 as well as valuable internship and language studies access via the organization.
5. LAFCA Ruth Batchelor Scholarship
– Be a woman or a person from an underrepresented group.
– Be a student enrolled at a Los Angeles-area community college.
LAFCA stands for Los Angeles Film Critics Association, and it is this group that sponsors the annual LAFCA Ruth Batchelor Scholarship. With this one, students enrolled at Los Angeles-area community colleges have a chance at a $3,000 scholarship award along with $100 in Fandango gift cards and an invitation for them and a guest to attend LAFCA’s annual awards dinner. Two are selected each year, and you must apply by the yearly December 8th deadline for a chance to win.
6. Gensler Diversity Scholarship
– Be an underrepresented or minority student enrolled in a National Architectural Accrediting Board-accredited architecture program and entering into the final year of their current academic program in the fall of the current school year.
Gensler is a worldwide design organization, and they want to help students of diverse backgrounds to get into the architecture profession. In that aim, the organization puts forth the Gensler Diversity Scholarship every year. This great opportunity gives students of color a chance to win between $10,000 and $20,000 in scholarship funds. Apply by December for your chance.
7. Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Scholarship
– Be an undergraduate sophomore or junior student who self-identifies as Black, Hispanic, Native American, or LGBT+.
– Applicants must be currently enrolled in a four-year accredited university.
Courtesy of the renowned finance company, Morgan Stanley, the Morgan Stanley Richard B. Fisher Scholarship gives students a great funding opportunity to look forward to every year. Here, minority and underrepresented students can apply for scholarship funding as well as an attached internship with the company. No need for a background in financial studies, students presenting from all majors and disciplines are encouraged to apply.
8. The Rossiter Family Scholarship
– Be a woman or a racial or ethnic minority.
– Be a student currently enrolled in an ABET-accredited undergraduate or
graduate program in civil or environmental engineering.
– Be a resident of Massachusetts and attending a college or university in Massachusetts.
The Rossiter Family Scholarship is a scholarship opportunity facilitated by The Engineering Center Education Trust and actually funded by the generosity of a private family, Allen and Selina Rossiter. With this opportunity, female minority students currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in civil or environmental engineering and living and learning in the State of Massachusetts can win a $10,000 award. December 2nd marks the deadline to apply.
9. Illustrating Awesomeness Scholarship
– Applicants must be young women or gender non-conforming individuals of color who are currently enrolled or who will begin college/university in the spring semester. Current high school seniors with a semester of high school remaining will not be considered.
– Applicants must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
The Illustrating Awesomeness Scholarship is a generous college funding offer by Next Day Animations, a US-based professional animation studio. Winning applicants to this one can look forward to one of three, annual award amounts of $750 to help pay for school. Fill out the application and submit your short essay or video for a chance to win.
10. Seeds of Fortune Scholarship
– Be a Black or Latino student pursuing a college education.
Many Black and Latino students have received valuable funding aid via the Seeds of Fortune Scholarship. This one, by Seeds of Fortune, a scholars organization built around helping minority students to succeed educationally and professionally, offers educational funding and a whole line of guidance and membership to help them succeed in addition to just funding.
11. NBCUniversal/LNESC Scholarship
– Must be a college sophomore or junior enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university.
– Must be at least 18 years of age or older.
– Must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or the equivalent.
– Must be a US citizen or legal permanent resident.
– Must have an interest in the media and entertainment industry; all majors are welcome.
The NBCUniversal/LNESC Scholarship is a coordinated effort brought to you by NBC Universal and administered by the LULAC National Educational Service Centers. Winners of this scholarship receive a $5,000 funding award. The goal of this particular scholarship program is to award outstanding undergraduate Latino students interested in working in the media or entertainment industry.
12. The Morrill Scholarship
– Be an academically exceptional high school seniors who will serve as a student ambassador and a champion of scholarship and diversity and who will actively engage in diversity-based leadership, service, and social justice activities.
The Morrill Scholarship is a leading diversity and merit scholarship opportunity from among all those offered by Ohio State University. This one is meant to specifically honor any students who are actively engaged in diversity-based leadership, service, and social justice activities. For consideration, applicants must also be enrolled in the Columbus campus for the autumn semester immediately following high school graduation.
13. Actuarial Scholarship for Minority Students
– Be a member of one of the following minority groups: African American, Hispanic, Native American, Asian or Pacific Islander, Alaskan Eskimo, or other.
– Be a US citizen or permanent resident.
– Be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student pursuing an actuarial or mathematics-related degree with the goal of pursuing an actuarial career.
– Have a minimum 3.4 GPA.
– Must have already passed at least one actuarial exam.
– Must be willing to relocate to Omaha for the duration of the summer.
For those unfamiliar, Mutual of Omaha is a world-renowned insurance and financial services company, and the organization’s Actuarial Scholarship for Minority Students is just one of many ways they go out of their way to help those throughout the entire community. This scholarship’s winners each receive a $5,000 award which is distributed as two $2,500 payments to the winner’s school of attendance.
14. The Haz La U Program
– Be Hispanic.
– Demonstrate a high level of community service, academic excellence, and leadership qualities.
The Haz La U Program is an initiative of Colgate-Palmolive and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation. Hispanic students are the specific focus here, with $100,000 in total funding being given out to this group each year. 31 awards go out annually to comprise this $100,000 total amount with winners being chosen based on community service, academic excellence, and leadership qualities.
15. LULF Scholarship
– Be an undergraduate or graduate student at a four-year institution with a minimum GPA of 2.8.
– Be a resident of the US.
LULF, or La Unidad Latina Foundation brings you the annual chance to win a LULF Scholarship. This funding opportunity gives winning applicants $500 to $1,000 in tuition coverage and has been doing this since 1999. This one is available on a competitive basis and requires applications to be submitted by October 18th.
16. Express Scripts Scholars Program
– Student must be a United States citizen or permanent resident.
– Student must be enrolled in a dual degree program related to pharmacy.
– Demonstrate financial need.
– Additional consideration is given to low socio-economic status students as well as students who are underrepresented minorities.
The Express Scripts Scholars Program is made possible by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Minority students working toward a degree in the pharmacy industry can find some great help here with winning applicants receiving valuable tuition funding based on need. Winners are announced each October.
17. Elena Bathrick Scholarship
– Be a DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) youth in the US pursuing a college education.
The Elena Bathrick Scholarship is in honor of the scholarship’s namesake, Mrs. Bathrick, a courageous immigrant originally from Lima, Peru. It also seeks to assist DACA youth in the US who are seeking a college education. Dreamer students are encouraged to contact the scholarship fund directly at its online facilitating site, Maxey Information Services, for more information.
18. ATD Scholarship
– Be a US citizen or permanent resident who is pursuing an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree.
– Have at least one parent or grandparent of Hispanic/Latino origin from a Spanish speaking country.
– Demonstrate financial need.
– Hold a 3.0 GPA or better.
The First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, or FCHCC for short, is the gracious sponsor of the annual ATD Scholarship. ATD here stands for “Achieving the Dream”, and you can get help through the scholarship to do just that if you are a DACA student or a student with Hispanic heritage otherwise. Submit your application and two, short essay responses for a chance to win up to $2,000 in tuition funding.
19. Capture the Dream Scholarships
– Demonstrate financial need, a leadership history, community service record, and excellence in academics.
– The Single Parent Scholarship: Applicants must be low-income, single parents who are Bay Area residents and who will be enrolled at an accredited, not-for-profit, two or four-year institution in the fall.
– The George Geng-On Lee Minorities in Leadership Scholarship: Applicants must be Low-income, minority students who are Bay Area residents and who will be enrolled full-time at an accredited, not-for-profit, 4-year institution in the fall.
Capture the Dream is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2006 in an effort to provide aid to the disadvantaged throughout the Bay Area community. The organization gives back in a number of ways including through its two scholarships: The Single Parent Scholarship and The George Geng-On Lee Minorities in Leadership Scholarship. The Single Parent Scholarship offers $1,000 to winning single-parent students in the area, while The George Geng-On Lee Minorities in Leadership Scholarship simply offers $1,000 in funding to low-income minority students of the area.
20. Brandon Fradd Fellowship in Music Composition
– Be a Latino student pursuing an education and career in a major related to music.
Brandon Fradd, an expert musician and philanthropist, set up this great opportunity – the Brandon Fradd Fellowship in Music Composition. The goal here is to provide support for the continued influence of Cuban heritage in the music world. Beginning in 2006, many students have gone on to win the fellowship and subsequent college educations in their respective musical interests.
21. The Kearns Louis-Jean Memorial Scholarship
– Be a student of color living within Boston or its neighboring communities who is entering their first year of college and pursuing a degree within a STEM subject area.
– Must be graduating high school and already be accepted to a four-year college/university undergraduate program.
– Must be classified as low to medium income.
– Must have a minimum GPA of 2.5.
– Must reside in the Greater Boston area.
KLJ Way is an organization devoted to giving to the Boston-area community in the name of the late Kearns Louis-Jean. The Kearns Louis-Jean Memorial Scholarship is the group’s premier scholarship fund set up to do just that. If you are a student of color living within Boston or its neighboring communities who is entering your first year of college and pursuing a degree within a STEM subject area, you can win one of the multiple awards, each valued at up to $1,000.
22. Excelen-Sia Academic Scholarship
– Be Latino/Latina.
– Be a recently graduated high school senior beginning freshman year in an accredited four-year college or a college freshman entering sophomore standing attending a four-year college or university in the United States or its territories.
– Have a minimum 2.5 on 4.0 scale if a college freshman or a 3.7 on a 4.0 scale if a high school senior.
The Excelen-Sia Academic Scholarship is another great scholarship opportunity for Hispanic students every year. This one is offered by Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, a Latino academic club. Potential applicants are recommended to contact the organization directly for further info, as application dates, scholarship award amounts, and other information regarding this opportunity changes with each year.
23. The 100 Scholarship
– High school students must have earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and demonstrate the commitment to pursuing continued academic achievement post-high school.
– Current college students must have earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 during their college tenure.
– Be a minority resident of Prince George’s County, Maryland or a mentee of the 100 Black Men of Prince George’s County.
100 Black Men of Prince George’s County is the sponsor of this opportunity – The 100 Scholarship. Winners of The 100 Scholarship can look forward to one of 10 $1,000 scholarship awards. Along with funding, appointment here also comes with valuable mentoring and career aid services that are ongoing as long as the participant needs them.
24. INCPAS Scholar Program
– Be a minority high school student in Indiana who is planning to pursue an education and subsequent career in CPA work.
INCPAS stands for the Indiana CPA Society, an organization devoted to the statewide profession of CPA work and approximately 7,500 member CPAs therein. The group’s INCPAS Scholar Program is one that provides valuable career awareness and mentoring programming for minority high school students in Indiana. Once in this program, students receive a wide variety of services all aimed at getting them ahead in the educational and vocational process of becoming a CPA.
25. Colorado State Fair Fiesta Pageant Scholarship
– Applicant must not be married or expecting a child.
– Applicants must be of Hispanic descent and between the ages of 18 and 22.
– Must be a US citizen and resident of Colorado.
– Must have a GPA of 3.0 or better.
The Colorado State Fair Fiesta Pageant Scholarship is a great and unique offering brought to female minority students all across Colorado through the Colorado State Fair Fiesta Committee. If declared a winner, you will act as an ambassador to the Hispanic community and attend the Colorado State Fair Fiesta Pageant as the Fiesta Queen or one of several, other winner positions. The associated financial awards seen by winners range in value going up to a max of $3,000.
26. Leon Bradley Scholarship Program
– Be a minority graduate student or otherwise in the final year of preparations to become a teacher or school administrator.
The American Association of School Personnel Administrators is an organization that represents the interests of professionals throughout the school administration industry in the US. The Leon Bradley Scholarship Program is something else the organization does, too, promoting more minorities and persons of color to enter the field of teaching and school leadership. With this scholarship, winning applicants receive up to $2,500 in tuition coverage.
27. The HACU Scholarship Program
– Students must currently attend a HACU-member college or university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico at the time applications are completed and scholarship awards are made.
– High school students are not applicable.
HACU, or the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, broadly represents the needs of Hispanic students and professionals, but the association also provides some more finely tuned offerings by way of several scholarships and grants. The HACU Scholarship Program is one example in which minority students with financial need can apply for tuition coverage. The association also facilitates the Ford College Community Challenge in which students can compete to earn an additional grant up to $10,000 in value.
28. Student Opportunity Scholarship
– Be a member of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
– Be finished with the first year of college.
– Be enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university in the United States.
– Be in good academic standing (2.5 GPA or greater).
– Be seeking a bachelor’s degree.
– Demonstrate financial need.
The Presbyterian Church of the USA sponsors a great opportunity every year by way of its Student Opportunity Scholarship. Winning applicants of this valuable offer get tuition coverage up to $4,000. May 15th serves as the annual application deadline to get in on this opportunity.
29. Diversity STEM Scholarship
– All graduating minority high school seniors from neighboring communities interested in pursuing a degree in areas of study including aviation, business administration, accounting, architecture, engineering, finance, and human resources are eligible to apply for the STEM Scholarships
The Diversity STEM Scholarship is a generous opportunity afforded by the Massachusetts Port Authority. Specifically, the authority’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion/Compliance facilitates this one and does so in the effort to promote more student interest in fields related to STEM and transport. This is a brand new scholarship opportunity, and award amount details and other, related info can be gained by inquiring with the authority directly.
30. The Abby Sobrato Scholarship for LCPA Alumni
– Be a graduate of the Latino College Prep Academy (LCPA).
Be enrolled or planning to enroll in a two or four-year college or vocational school as a part-time or full-time student.
– Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5.
-Be a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen (eligible non-citizens include legal residents, DACA and A.B. 540 students).
The Abby Sobrato Scholarship for LCPA Alumni comes to you through the generosity of John Matthew Sobrato, in memory of his mother. Facilitated by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, winning applicants here receive tuition coverage in the form of a one-time $5,000 payment. Submit a personal essay explaining your personal goals for a chance to win.
31. Page Grant
– Be 18 to 35 years of age.
– Be a student of color living in Minnesota.
As its name might suggest, the Page Education Foundation is an organization that works to assure access to education across all populations. The group’s Page Grant is just one way they do this. With this grant, recipients receive awards up to $2,500 in value annually. On average, approximately 500 students are picked for the award each year.
32. PMAHCC Scholarship
– Must currently attend or be enrolled in or accepted into an accredited, post-high school educational institution in the United States or its territories.
Must currently reside or have certain and established plans to reside in one of the following counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Westmoreland or Washington County.
– Must demonstrate an unmet financial need of at least $1,000 after the financial aid award package has been determined.
– Must have at least one parent of Hispanic ancestry (at least one grandparent must be Hispanic).
– Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0.
The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (PMAHCC) does many great things for the community including supplying students with an opportunity to win the annual PMAHCC Scholarship. The PMAHCC Scholarship is for Hispanic students only and offers numerous awards going up to $5,000 in maximum value. April 30th is the deadline for this great funding opportunity.
33. The Norman Brown Scholarship, Healthcare Scholarship, Teaching Scholarship
– Be a student of color.
– Additional, individual eligibility requirements for each of these scholarship opportunities can be found at the website.
The M.L. Brown Foundation was founded by Dr. Monica Brown in August 2015 to help under-served communities to gain better access to quality healthcare and education. Since then, the organization has begun distributing numerous scholarship awards each year. At this time, there are three scholarships offered by the group that are just for students of color: The Norman Brown Scholarship, the Healthcare Scholarship, and the Teaching Scholarship. Inquire with the website for more details on each of these.
34. AIGA Worldstudio Scholarship
– Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA.
– Must be pursuing a degree in graphic design, illustration, or photography.
– Must be a US citizen or in possession of a Green Card.
AIGA Worldstudio is a professional organization that represents the greater design industry. The group’s AIGA Worldstudio Scholarship is one area of community involvement they extend every year, giving winning scholarship recipients awards of up to $5,000. Though it’s not necessarily a requirement to apply for this one, those being of minority status receive extra consideration.
35. HSF Scholarship
– Must be of Hispanic heritage.
– Have a minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for high school students.
– Have a minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for undergraduate and graduate students.
– Plan to enroll full-time in an accredited, not-for-profit, four-year university or graduate school during the fall of a scholarship cycle (year).
– Be a US citizen, permanent legal resident, DACA, or eligible non-citizen.
The Hispanic Scholarship fund is all about Hispanic access to education, and as such, one great offering from the organization to the community is their annual HSF Scholarship. The HSF Scholarship provides winning recipients with awards of up to $5,000 depending on need. All Hispanic high school and college students are welcome to apply.
36. USTA Diversity Committee Scholarships
– See website for individual eligibility requirements associated with each scholarship.
The USTA, or US Tennis Association, has made diversity a goal for the sport in recent times. As part of that mission, the organization also sponsors four, great, diversity-based scholarship opportunities each year. These include the Diversity Committee Arthur Ashe College Scholarship, the Diversity Committee Michael Chang College Scholarship, Diversity Committee Pancho Gonzalez College Scholarship, and the Diversity Committee Althea Gibson College Scholarship. See the website for individual eligibility requirements associated with each scholarship.
37. Empower Scholarships
– See website for individual eligibility requirements associated with each scholarship.
The Empower Scholarship Fund is an organization devoted to empowering students of all kinds to be able to attend school despite the financial hurdles attached. Right now, the group facilitates numerous, great funding opportunities for minority students and all others who are working toward a career in medicine or veterinary medicine. You are encouraged to visit the group’s website for individual eligibility requirements associated with each of these four scholarship opportunities.
38. ExxonMobil Engineering Scholarship
– Must be a graduating high school senior.
– Must be a Hispanic student accepted into and planning to attend a full-time program in engineering leading to a bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university in the US.
– Must have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale or the equivalent.
– Must have scored 29 or higher on the ACT test, or 1350 or higher on the SAT test (sum of critical reading and mathematics scores).
– Must be a US Citizen or have the legal right to work in the US without requiring sponsorship now or in the future.
The engineering industry is one more that lacks Hispanic diversity among its regular ranks. To help with this issue, ExxonMobil puts forth the annual ExxonMobil Engineering Scholarship. Winning recipients here can receive up to a very generous $20,000 to help with their tuition costs in becoming an engineering professional one day. 13 awards are distributed each year.
39. Hyatt Hotels Fund for Minority Lodging Management Students
– Be a baccalaureate hospitality management major in a US college or university.
– At least be a junior for the upcoming fall semester.
– Be a US citizen or permanent US resident.
Hyatt, in conjunction with the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Foundation, offers us the annual Hyatt Hotels Fund for Minority Lodging Management Students. With this great opportunity, winners receive a $3,000 award, a commemorative plaque, and valuable connections in the hotel industry going forward. A strong preference for minority student applicants is given here.
40. Brown and Caldwell Minority Scholarship
– Be a United States citizen or permanent resident.
– Be a full-time student enrolled in his/her junior, senior year, or graduate program at an accredited college/university.
– Have a declared major in civil, chemical, mechanical, electrical or environmental engineering, or one of the environmental sciences (e.g. geology, hydrogeology, ecology).
– Hold a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent on a 5.0 scale).
– Identify as a member of a minority group.
The annual Brown and Caldwell Minority Scholarship opportunity is a gift from Brown and Caldwell, an engineering and design firm with operating locations all across the US. With this scholarship, students can receive $5,000 in tuition coverage. Application deadlines change each year for this one, so potential applicants are recommended to inquire at the company’s site far in advance.
41. CGCS Bernard Harris Math and Science Scholarship
– Be a Black or Hispanic student in their senior year of high school in a member district of the Council of the Great City Schools (CGCS).
– Be accepted for full-time enrollment at a four-year college or university in the next academic year and pursuing a STEM-based degree.
The CGCS Bernard Harris Math and Science Scholarship offers minority students a chance at a $5,000 tuition award each year. Two male and two female recipients are awarded each year in honor of Dr. Bernard Harris, the former astronaut, physician, and businessman. April 12th is the annual entry deadline you must beat to enter into this opportunity.
42. SOULE Scholarship
– Applicants must be from the Tri-State area (New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey).
– Be a graduating high school senior who identifies as an LGBTQ person of color.
The Soule Foundation is all about the educational and career advancement of LGBTQ students of color. In that focus, the organization puts forward the annual SOULE Scholarship. This opportunity is for $2,500 in tuition coverage and goes out to three deserving students each year.
43. AMF Scholarship
– Be of Hispanic descent.
– The applicant must be a freshman in college with a minimum 2.5 GPA and enrolled in an accredited undergraduate school’s aviation program.
The Austin McWhite Foundation is the gracious sponsor of the annual AMF Scholarship. The AMF Scholarship provides winning applicants of Hispanic descent with an interest in an education in aviation valuable tuition coverage and industry contacts. Application deadlines for this fund change each year, so early inquiry by the potential applicant is highly recommended.
44. Leo and Trinidad Sanchez Scholarship
– Be a Hispanic American student (with at least one parent of Hispanic or Hispanic American heritage).
– Be a current resident of Santa Clara County or Santa Cruz County.
Be a current graduating high school senior or undergraduate at West Valley College enrolled in a program leading to a degree in architecture or in any architectural school on a full-time or part-time basis.
The Silicon Valley Community Foundation is responsible for disbursing a large number of trusts, scholarships, and other funds, and the Leo and Trinidad Sanchez Scholarship is a scholarship opportunity from the organization devoted to specifically helping Hispanic students to overcome burdensome educational expenses in an architecture-related degree. Gil Sanchez set this one up in memory of his parents, Leo and Trini Sanchez, who immigrated to the US from Mexico over 100 years ago.
45. NSHSS STEM Scholarship
– Be a high school senior with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who is pursuing a degree in or closely related to a STEM field.
The NSHSS STEM Scholarship comes courtesy of The National Society of High School Scholars Foundation, a group devoted to scholarship distribution to diverse students. Simply be in pursuit of a STEM-related college degree, and have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and you’ve got a chance to win funding. October 15th marks the close date for application for this one, last opportunity on our list of the best scholarships for Latino students today.
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