This information is provided as a convenience for students. SFSU neither makes any recommendations nor assumes any responsibility for the information listed. Most students apply for only a handful of scholarships, usually from postings at an academic institution or recommendations from guidance counselors. But the more money you seek, the more money you have a chance of winning. The internet is a cornucopia of opportunities; additionally, seek out opportunities at your parents' work, church or social organization, etc.
Scholarship Bulletin Board: Scholarship announcements are posted on our scholarship bulletin board at the Student Services Building, One Stop Center.
- San Francisco State University: financialaid.sfsu.edu/scholarships
- SF State Fellowships Office:www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1. Nationally competitive fellowships, as well as system-wide awards offered by CSU. Applicants to fellowship and scholarship programs that require institutional nomination must apply through the Fellowships Office.
- Scholarships.com scholarships.com
- US Department of Labor's Scholarship Finder: https://www.careeronestop.org/toolkit/training/find-scholarships.aspx
- SuperCollege.com: supercollege.com
- The College Board: bigfuture.collegeboard.org
- Sallie Mae College Answer
- Lucille Roybal-Allard Student Center: roybal-allard.house.gov/students/default.aspx
- National Indian Education Association:: niea.org
- National Hispanic Scholarship Fund: hsf.net
- Maldef (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund: www.maldef.org (AB540)
- Immigrants Rising: immigrantsrising.org
The Financial Aid Information Page: finaid.org
- International Scholarships: internationalscholarships.com
- International Scholarships/Study Abroad: https://www.iefa.org/
- IIE Generation Study Abroad Travel Grants: www.iie.org/Programs/Generation-Study-Abroad/Funding
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