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Latino College Dollars

Directory of Scholarships for California's Latino Students. Please visit the Financial Aid Office to review the directory or visit their website




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MALDEF  (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund

This is a list of scholarship opportunities for immigrant students who may not yet be legal permanent residents.

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Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF)

HSF offers different scholarship opportunities for Hispanic American students enrolled in full-time degree seeking programs at U.S. accredited institutions.

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Scholarships without ESSAYS or GPA REQUIREMENTS

Applicant must be attending a community college, university, or graduate school. Students must register for the scholarship competition and answer the questions that are emailed to the student. The student will receive a score at the end of each round. Student receiving the highest score will be awarded a scholarship.



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Please register your profile with the following websites for a limitless number of scholarship opportunities




Early fall deadline



Dedicated to the life and memory of former Harbor College student Wendy Schallau, the Wendy Schallau Memorial Scholarship was established by her family and friends to be awarded to a deserving LAHC student majoring in Accounting.


All applicants must be:

  • A second year accounting major who will receive his/her degree in Spring 2011

  • Paying for his/her own cost of attendance; not a Financial Aid recipient

  • AB540 students are eligible to apply

To apply:

Please visit the Financial Aid Office for an application



Award amount: 

Payment for award recipient's tuition and books for a minimum of 12 units (max. 16 units), for two consecutive semesters during the same school year




October 1, 2010


The purpose of the scholarship program is to support individuals pursuing an education that will lead to a career in a wild land fire related profession. Consideration will be given to individuals who reside in, or will be attending an institution of higher learning, or work in the States of California, Nevada or Hawaii.


A complete application package will include:

  1. application/ personal information sheet

  2. 300 maximum word essay (topic can be found on the application sheet)

  3. one (1) letter of recommendation

  4. unofficial copies of transcripts from all schools attended (if applicable)



For more information, or to download an application please log onto:

(click on Scholarship Information tab on the right)

 Applications are also available in the Financial Aid Office


(Applications will be accepted beginning August 2, 2010)

Award amount:   $1,000




November 1, 2010











The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW/LA) provides scholarships, regardless of religious belief, to those who live in or attend school in the Greater Los Angeles area, including portions of Ventura and Orange County.  This highly competitive selection criterion includes the ability to articulate a clear statement of goals, the likelihood of goal attainment, the personal courage and personal commitment of the applicant, and financial need.


Applications for this cycle (2nd Cycle) will only be accepted August 1 through November 1, 2010.  Scholarships are awarded in December.  Apply early.

Students may apply for up to two scholarships per cycle.  A list of the available scholarships are available with the application in the Financial Aid Office



Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office or can be downloaded at



Award amount:   from $500 to $2,000





On going




To provide monetary assistance to a junior or senior year nursing student enrolled in an accredited nursing program, including diploma, associate, or baccalaureate program.



Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75.  The candidate must demonstrate nursing competence (clinical and/or work experience) and leadership skills in professional or community service and be within three (3) semesters of graduation.  The monetary award will cover one semester of tuition; up to $5,000. 


Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office, or can be downloaded at: