Becas Univision Scholarships

Award Amount
$5,000
Awards Available
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Deadline
Varies
  • Scholarship Description
  • UnivisionScreen Shot is offering 34 scholarships ($5,000 each) to students in high school, transferring from community college, and current college students.

    Deadlines:
    -Priority consideration I: Application due January 31st; recommendation due January 31st
    -Priority consideration II: Application due February 28th; recommendation due February 28th
    -General scholarship deadline: Application due March 30th; recommendation due April 30th

    Eligibility:
    -Minimum 3.0 GPA for high school students, community college transfers, and current college students
    -Be of Hispanic heritage
    -Must be the first generation to attend college (neither your mother nor your father has attended college)
    -Demonstrate financial need. This is determined based on your family income, the number of people that reside in your household and the number of college students in your home

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1411 W. 190th St
  • Suite 700
  • Gardena, CA 90248
  • 310-975-3700

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