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TELACU College Success Program Scholarship

$5,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Administered by the TELACU Education Foundation, the College Success Program was created in 1983 to develop and empower new generations of leaders in the communities it serves. The Program is funded by TELACU and the generous contributions of our partners - corporations, colleges, and universities, non-profit organizations and individuals - who have joined us over the past 30 years in advancing educational opportunities for our community.

    Scholarship amounts range from $500-$5,000, which include any matching funds from the college or university. Applicants entering college as a first-year student this fall are eligible to apply for a scholarship that can be renewed for up to four (4) years.

    Applications must include all required documents and be postmarked no later than January 29 for renewing scholars and February 26 for new applicants.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • 5400 E. Olympic Blvd
  • 3rd Floor
  • Los Angeles, CA 90022

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Alondra S  on 1/19/2016 1:47:11 AM

Hello, I am a California resident, living in San Joaquin County; am I still eligible to apply for this scholarship?

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