Latino Service Providers Student of the Quarter Nomination Form
The goal of this program is to highlight those students who positively impact their communities in a multitude of ways, but would not otherwise be recognized for their accomplishments and contributions both large and small. Please fill out all information below accurately and thoughtfully. Students may be self-nominated or nominated by a parent, teacher, counselor, or other staff member at their school.

Please contact Ana at with any questions regarding this application and the Student of the Quarter Program. Best of luck!

Program Eligibility and Frequent Q&A's

Applications open August 30th, close October 15th for first quarter

Applications open October 20th, close December 1st for second quarter


Third week of October– student of the quarter selected and awarded

Second week of December – student of the quarter selected and awarded

Nomination Process:

Q: Who can nominate a student?

A: Parents, Teachers, Staff, Counselors, Students

Q: What would the ideal candidate look like?

A: While grades are important, these awards seek to recognize those students who might not be
top-ranked in their class, but those who are altruistic people helping their school or community in
a way large or small through community service.

Q: Who is eligible?

A: Any 10th or 11th grade student who is planning on attending some form of post-
secondary education, whether it be trade school, a community college, or a 4-year university.

Q: Does a student have to be Latino/Hispanic to apply?

A: No! Students do no need to be Hispanic or Latino to apply to this program.

Q: Do I have to be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident to apply for a scholarship?

A: No. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, Deferred Action for
Childhood Arrival (DACA), or eligible non-citizen (as defined by Federal Student Aid).

Q: Who selects the student to be honored?

A: The student of the quarter will be selected by the LSP staff upon full review of all nominating forms. Selected students will be honored by LSP and receive a scholarship from LSP.

Q: Is there a GPA Minimum?

Yes, a 3.0 weighted GPA.

Nominee Information
Name (First and Last) *
Your answer
Gender *
Grade Level *
School *
Your answer
Your answer
Is the nominee Hispanic or Latino? *
Note that students do not need to be Hispanic/Latino and this will not factor into any decisions. Hispanic/Latino is an ethnic category, not a racial category; students may be of any race. For purposes of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, students must be from a family whose ancestors came from at least one of these countries: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Spain, Uruguay, or Venezuela.
Phone Number *
Your answer
Nominee's Email *
Your answer
Nominee's Parent's Email *
Your answer
Home Address
Your answer
Student's Hobbies *
Your answer
What form of secondary education does the nominee plan on attending following high school? *
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