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This site lists scholarships for Hispanic students of various educational backgrounds. All applicants must be United States citizens or legal permanent residents of Hispanic heritage.


Information for students interested in obtaining Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarships from the Army , Navy , or Air Force.

Scholarship News

The creator of this site started by looking for electrical engineering scholarships for himself, but has expanded to many other majors. Also included are scholarships grouped by gender, heritage, religion, state of residence, athletics, college major, minority status, and handicaps.

The Scholarship Page

The site is produced by a single person who mounts scholarship information as she finds it. Not a large database, but a good one organized by categories.


The Society of Women Engineers administers over 100 individual scholarship awards annually, varying in amount from $1000 to $5000 per year and totaling more than $200,000.

United Negro College Fund

Scholarships for African-American students organized by location, academic major, merit, and need.

Venture Scholars

This program was created in order to increase the number of traditionally under-represented students entering science and math-based careers. The Ventures Scholars Program has identified high-achieving African-American, Black, Latino, Hispanic, and Native American students from their PSAT scores and has provided them with recognition and information to increase their chances of pursuing careers in medicine and the allied health professions, science, engineering and mathematics. This has been accomplished by partnering with a consortium of undergraduate and professional institutions nationwide and providing opportunities for these institutions to recruit, enroll, and prepare targeted students for these professions.

Scholarships and Other Opportunities

School Year 2008-2009

(updated as of 6-26-09)

No Announced Deadlines:

African-American Women in Computer Science Scholarships – this scholarship is a four year program that provides financial and other assistance to African American Women who express interest in computer science and information technology. Amounts range from $3000 to $5000 per semester. Students will be enrolled at Florida A&M University. Applications for the program and scholarships can be requested by contacting Jason T. Black, Ph.D. at jblack@cis.famu.edu or calling 850-412-7354. Deadline: No announced date.

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