Niche College Scholarship

TheDream.US National Scholarship

February 28, 2024
Awards Available: 1500

Scholarship Description

At Dream.US, we believe in turning dreams into reality, especially for highly motivated undocumented students facing significant financial barriers. Our National Scholarship is more than just a financial aid; it's a pathway for you to overcome challenges, pursue higher education, and make a positive impact on your community.

Key Features of the National Scholarship:

• Pell Grant Equivalent: Think of our National Scholarship as the "Pell Grant" for undocumented students with remarkable determination and substantial financial need. • Holistic Evaluation: While we consider your GPA, greater emphasis is placed on your commitment to community service and your resilience in overcoming the unique challenges faced by undocumented students.

Eligibility Criteria: Our National Scholarship is open to undocumented immigrant students, with or without DACA or TPS, who meet the following criteria:

• Early Arrival: Came to the U.S. before the age of 16 and before November 1, 2017. • Financial Need: Demonstrated significant, unmet financial need. • Renewable Award: The award is renewable each year, contingent upon meeting continuing eligibility criteria.

Empowerment Through Education:

• Over 80 Partner Colleges: Dream.US has partnered with more than 80 colleges across the U.S., committed to serving undocumented students. These colleges provide the necessary support services to help you navigate your college journey successfully. • Dedicated Scholar Advisors: Each Partner College designates a Scholar Advisor who works with you individually and as a group. You're not alone; we're here to guide you every step of the way.

Application Process: Embark on your educational journey by applying for the Dream.US National Scholarship. Your commitment to community service, resilience, and academic aspirations can unlock opportunities beyond financial aid. Join the community of Dream.US Scholars making a difference in their lives and communities. Scholarship Search