Starting Your Scholarship Search

Step 1: Register for a scholarship search engine

Some examples of scholarship search engines are:

  • Unigo
  • Scholarships.com
  • The College Board
    When creating your account, be as detailed as possible. There is a wide range of criteria for different scholarships. The more information you provide, more scholarship opportunities you will find. Scholarships can have criteria based on:
    • Major and/or graduate program
    • Navy, Army, Air Force or Military involvement
    • Ethnicity
    • Employers
    • Community involvement
    • Career goals
    • Citizenship
    • Full time/part time status
    • Financial need
    • Academic merit
    • Philanthropic involvement
    • Clubs/Organizations (student and/or parent involvement)
    • Athletics – recreational or professional/college level
    • Hobbies/interests
    • Associations/Societies

2018-19 Scholarship Opportunities

Below we have compiled a list of available scholarship opportunities for students. Please note that many of these opportunities are open on an annual basis and release new deadlines shortly after one closes. The most up-to-date deadlines may always be found on the hosting organization's website, which may be accessed by clicking the name of the scholarship below.

School of Business Students

US Citizen Students

US Citizen & International Students

US Citizen Students

US Citizen & International Students

US Citizen Students

US Citizen & International Students

  • Writers' Square
    • $1,000
    • Deadline: 4/1/18 or 7/1/18
    • Contact:
      Hakka Foundation
      PO Box 662124
      Arcadia, CA 662124

US Citizen Students

US Citizen & International Students

US Citizen Students

US Citizen & International Students