There are scholarships for everyone. Many community groups, foundations, religious organizations and employers offer scholarships. Scholarships are generally based on your academic record, but are sometimes based upon demonstrated financial need, or both. You may need to submit applications, write letters and essays or be interviewed as part of the scholarship application process, so start your research early. Keep in mind that being eligible for a scholarship doesn't guarantee you'll receive one. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a College of the Canyons scholarship donor!
|Scholarship Opportunities||Application Deadline|
|Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarships||
October 30, 2020
|National Council of Jewish Women Scholarships||
November 15, 2020
|Real Estate Education Endowment Scholarships||
May 1, 2021
How Do I Use My Scholarship?
Interested in Establishing a Scholarship?
Free Scholarship Searches
- Sallie Mae's Scholarship Search
Golden State ScholarShare
Student scholarship awards are invested in the Golden State ScholarShare Trust; California's college savings program until used to pay for higher education.
California's Middle Class Scholarship
The Middle Class Scholarship (MCS) is a new program beginning in the 2014-15 academic year that provides undergraduate students from middle class families a scholarship to attend University of California (UC) or California State University (CSU) campuses.
The Scholarship Scams web site informs students to take precautions when looking for money for college. Please read this important information BEFORE you decide to pay for help with scholarship searches.
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