HSF Scholarship

$5,000

February 15, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Hispanic Scholarship Fund offers funding to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a university degree. Scholarships are available, on a competitive basis, to high school seniors, undergraduate students, community college students transferring to four year universities, and graduate students. Applicants must be Hispanic/Latino, have a minimum 3.0 GPA (for high school students) or 2.5 (for undergrad/graduate students), plan to enroll full-time in an accredited four-year university or graduate school in the U.S., be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, DACA or Eligible Non-citizen, and complete the FAFSA if applicable. All majors and graduate fields are accepted, with an emphasis placed on STEM majors. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 55 Second St. Suite 1500
  • San Francisco, CA 94105
  • 877-473-4636 x2376

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Tenley Rubio  on 9/30/2020 12:08:43 AM

I am applying for this scholarship to help out pay for my college due to my dad not having the money to help pay for college. He recently lost his job due to an disability in his back. Winning this scholarship would mean the world to me and help me make my dad and family proud

Michel V  on 8/29/2020 6:07:06 PM

I am barely applying for this scholarship, my parents don't have the kind of money to help pay for college. They work in the fields and i'd really like to win to be able to make them proud

Khai H  on 7/10/2020 1:48:45 AM

College in America is so expensive and I feel I may not be able to go to my school of my dreams and get my degree simply because I cant afford it. Id like to hope and pray I win one of the contest, but If I dont then I cant be mad at anyone.

Hilda A  on 12/11/2009 10:20:10 PM

Many claim that money is an obstacle into getting into college, so they fear overcoming their goals. Even if I don't win, I would like to encourage all of you to keep your head up high through thick and thin.

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