(Last updated on May 2020)
We are continually expanding this list and featuring scholarships with approaching deadlines so be sure to return to this page periodically.
[Deadline: 6/1/20] CLLFC Scholarship (Nationwide): Open to undocumented high school seniors, college AND graduate students.
[Extended Deadline: 6/8/20] NYSYLC Scholarship (New York): Open to undocumented high school seniors/GED graduates, and current college students in New York.
[Deadline: 6/30/20] Korean American Scholarship (Nationwide): Open to undocumented high school seniors, college AND graduate students with Korean heritage studying in the U.S.
[Deadline: Varies] HACU Scholarship Program (Nationwide): Open to undocumented students currently enrolled in college.
[Deadline: 7/3/20] SALEF Scholarship (California): Open to undocumented high school, college, and graduate students in Los Angeles County.
[Deadline: 7/31/20] CORE Que Llueva Cafe Scholarship (Nationwide): Open to undocumented high school/GED graduate enrolling for the first time in an accredited college/university.
[No deadline] Fee waiver for the LSAT– Fee waivers are available for undocumented students with DACA who are unable to pay for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)
[No deadline] Fee waiver for the MCAT– Fee waivers are available for undocumented students with DACA who are unable to pay for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).
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