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Scholarship Search

There are literally thousands of scholarships available to students today. We want to help you find and take full advantage of all the opportunities available to you. This scholarship search tool focuses on the sources of aid available in Kalamazoo County, including scholarships offered by the Kalamazoo Community Foundation.

Many of the scholarships listed here are for high school seniors, but there also are several for students already enrolled in college and non-traditional students. The descriptions shown are a summary and may not provide complete eligibility requirements. All Kalamazoo Community Foundation scholarships (those denoted by ) may be used for tuition and fees, room and board, books, transportation and personal expenses associated with the cost of education.

Click on the name of the scholarship to see detailed information and eligibility criteria. To view information for more than one scholarship, use the check boxes to select the scholarships you are interested in, then click the blue View All Checked button at the bottom of the screen

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Scholarship Details

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Scholarship Type
Both

Award
Range from $500-$5,000

Deadline
March 30

Application Deadline: March 30
Recommendation Deadline: April 30
How To Apply
Full application and more information available at HSF.net

Eligibility Criteria

Must be of Hispanic heritage; minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for high school students; minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for college and graduate students; plan to enroll full-time in an accredited not-for-profit 4 year university or graduate school during the FALL of scholarship cycle year; U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident; DACA or eligible non-citizen (as defined by FAFSA); complete FAFSA; complete state Dream Act financial Aid application (if applicable).


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