Scholarship Web Links
There are a number of scholarship databases you can access through the internet. The
database programs will ask you to enter information about your grade point average,
interests, activities, employment, etc. They will match your responses to their scholarship
database and select scholarships you may be eligible to apply for.
If you do not have access to the internet, you may access it through computers in
the Grossmont College Library.
- A leading online resource in finding scholarships to help you pay for school.
The Sallie Mae Fund
- The Sallie Mae Fund
- The Fund offers a list of free scholarship searches and other scholarship tips and
- College Board
- The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students
to college success and opportunity.
- Search for scholarships that match your profile.
San Diego Foundation
- San Diego Foundation
- Through the San Diego Foundation Community Scholarship Program, San Diego County students
can receive the financial assistance they need to pursue their educational goals.
International Student Resource Center
- Earn scholarships by writing on topics in ways that persuade others to vote for you.
- Search through millions of scholarships & grants to match you with the scholarships,
grants, and other financial aid that fits you perfectly.
- GoCollege.com is one of the oldest and most trusted resources to guide students on
how to finance and succeed in college.
- WACE is the only international professional organization dedicated to developing,
expanding, branding and advocating for cooperative & work-integrated education programs
within industry and educational institutions.
I Can Afford College
- I Can Afford College
- The “I Can Afford College” campaign is a statewide, financial aid awareness initiative
sponsored by the California Community Colleges.
Citizens Scholarship Foundation of America
- Upakar Foundation
- Upakar helps Indian-American students realize their educational goals by providing
annual scholarships that acknowledge academic excellence and consider financial need.
American Indian College Fund
- American Indian College Fund
- The American Indian College Fund is a non-profit organization that provides American
Indians with student scholarships and programs to support academic readiness and student success.
- College Quest
- CollegeQuest is a free career college match service designed to quickly start you
on the path to higher education.
- CollegeXpress is a college planning website, including comprehensive college and scholarship
search tools, tons of informational articles and advice, college lists and rankings
and one-click college recruitment
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program
- Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program
- The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program offers grants for U.S. citizen
undergraduate students of limited financial means to pursue academic studies or credit-bearing,
career-oriented internships abroad.
Gates Millennium Scholarship Program
- Gates Millennium Scholarship Program
- For minorities with financial need. Award covers tuition, fees, books and living expenses
for the academic year. Students interested in applying should plan to attend one of
three workshops being offered. Contact the Grossmont College Financial Aid for the
date and time of the workshop. Deadline for applying is March 15.
National Hispanic Scholarship Fund
- National Hispanic Scholarship Fund
- This is the largest Hispanic scholarship granting organization in the country and
awards 3,000 scholarships per year. This site also has a page on internships offered
by various organizations and businesses.
Scholarships for Military Dependents