Helen Hunt Jackson Class of '15 . . . .
Below are some of the scholarships available for you to apply for. Any questions should be directed to our counselor, Leticia Milbauer. She is on campus Monday-Friday in room D-4. Email is: email@example.com
Phone is 951-765-5193 ext. 211
IMPORTANT LINKS FOR COLLEGE INFORMATION:
This website gives you a wealth of information on any college nationwide. The College Board is also the web site for registering for the S.A.T. test.
(Free Application for Federal Student Aid) The Federal Government site for starting your process to qualify for financial aid. All colleges require a student/families to complete a FAFSA application in order to qualify for scholarships, grants, and low interest loans.
The leading online resource in finding scholarships to help you pay for school.
They have distributed over $500,000 in scholarships through their collegenet.com scholarship election portal – the first site on the web to give students the power to decide who will win scholarship support.
B. Davis Scholarship - Student Award Search Aid
Their job is to try to help you find money for college through scholarships. They will give you tips on how to find these scholarships and then how to apply for them in such a way as to give you a competitive advantage.
Mt. San Jacinto College Scholarship Page
MSJC's information page on available scholarships for students. Most deadlines for the 15-16 School Year are by February 20th, 2015. Check each scholarship application for details.
(Sorry. The deadline for the 15-16 school year has passed
- January 15, 2015)
The goal of GMS is to promote academic excellence and to provide an opportunity for outstanding minority students with significant financial need to reach their highest potential.
The Mensa Education and Research Foundation Scholarships
(Sorry - The scholarship application process opened Sept. 15 and closed Jan. 15th, 2015. Next year's process begins Sept. 15, 2015)
The Foundation's college scholarship program bases its awards totally on essays written by the applicants. Consideration is not given to grades, academic program or financial need.