Higher education can be a gateway to a world of knowledge, connections, and career opportunities.
Unfortunately, many students still don’t have access to college due to the associated costs. When considering the price of tuition, books, living expenses, and supplies, a year of college costs an average of $35,331. As a result, low-income students, many of whom are racial minorities, are often unable to afford college without relying on student loans.
This scholarship aims to support and uplift minority students so they have the resources necessary to complete their degrees.
Any BIPOC, low-income high school senior in California may apply for this scholarship.
To apply, tell us why you’re pursuing your degree and how this scholarship will help you.