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1Meet 100% NeedThese colleges and universities are committed to meeting 100% of full demonstrated financial need. This resource includes links to each school's financial aid website to read more.
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2School Specific ScholarshipsThis is not a fully comprehensive list, but these are some examples of "school specific" scholarships often based on merit, major, auditions, community service, leadership, and more. Spend some time exploring some college's specific programs, but feel free to spend time researching and adding to your own list as you find others you may be interested in applying to.
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3Undocumented/DACAThese resources are for undocumented students or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students. This tab includes scholarships and helpful websites. If you are a DACA student, look for DACA-friendly schools and states. Private schools often have more money to give to DACA or international students. If local scholarships ask for a social security number or anything about citizenship, have your school counselor reach out to advocate for you if you do not have this to add to the application.
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4SeptemberThese tabs let you organize your scholarships by month. Use the checkboxes on the left to keep yourself organized. Add and remove scholarships as needed. Update dates and set goals for completing your applications.
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