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Hispanic students in need of financial assistance could be eligible for thousands of dollars in scholarships.  Applications for the Hispanic College Fund’s 2010-2011 scholarship
season are being accepted through Feb. 16. Scholarships will be awarded
to 500 students across the country. Scholarships range in amount from
$500 to $10,000 and may be used to cover tuition, academic fees and
other expenses.

All scholarship applications must be submitted online to the Hispanic College Fund at hispanicfund.org. Students are encouraged to submit their applications in advance of the Feb. 16 deadline to ensure that all supplemental materials are received in a timely manner.  To qualify, undergraduate and graduate students must maintain a 3.0 out of 4.0 GPA; be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident residing in the
United States or Puerto Rico; be enrolled full-time at an accredited
university for the 2010-2011 school year; and must demonstrate
financial need.

Click here to for more details and to apply.

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This is really an excellent opportunity for any prospective college student to apply. Thanks for sharing the information.
Gracias, Ricardo. Coincido con Miguel. Esta información es de suma importancia para todas aquellas personas que desean tener la posibilidad de seguir una carrera.
Ricardo, do you know whether the scholarship fund is available to law students or does it only cover undergraduate students.
I am outside of the U.S. can apply?
This is Interesting. I was looking at a website and they are offering scholarships for the amount of $10,000 Dollars to those that qualified. I f you are interested take a look @ http://www.smontolio.mydealscenter.com. It doesn't hurt to try.
Esta es una buena oportunidad , aunque excluye a los estudiantes hispanos que llegaron a Estados Unidos con visa de estudiante.... Supongo que la Scholarship es para Americanos con descendencia hispana, no hispanos..
Hola Lisandro! Creo que tienes razon, muchas de las becas disponibles requireren estatus de residencia o cuidadania americana. Peron, siempre es recomendable avariguar, ya que existen algunas becas que no requieren este tipo de informacion (Don't ask don't tell policy como en las armed forces). Buena suerte!


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