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Hispanic Green College Scholarships



Hispanic college scholarships can be somewhat difficult to come by. But, if you look hard enough, you are likely to find a few good ones that you will qualify for. In addition, while there aren’t necessarily many scholarships that focus on Latinos only, there are several that are geared toward minorities in general. These scholarships also offer a great opportunity for you when it comes to achieving your dream of attending colleget. Here is a list of just a few Latino college scholarships that you might want to consider.

Hispanic College Scholarships from the College Board/National Hispanic Scholar Recognition

Latino college scholarships are awarded by the College Board/National Hispanic Scholar Recognition every year. These Hispanic college scholarships are awarded to outstanding Hispanic high school students that have taken the PSAT/NMSQT test during their junior year of high school. Applicants must also affirm their Hispanic heritage and score well on the test. To earn this scholarship, you need to be active in extracurricular activities and in your community. To learn more about these Latino college scholarships, call the Scholarship Coordinator at (202) 822-5900

Latino College Scholarships from the Council on Career Development for Minoritieslatino-scholarships

The Council on Career Development for Minorities also offers Latino college scholarships. In order to be eligible for these Latino college scholarships, you must be a minority, show outstanding academic records, and be enrolled in a college or university that is accredited. To learn more, contact the Scholarship Coordinator in Dallas, Texas at (214) 631-3677.

Hispanic Green College Scholarships from the CIA

If you are a college freshman with a GPA of 3.0 or better, you may be eligible for Latino college scholarships from the CIA. You must be majoring in either cartography, Chinese, computer science, economics, engineering, imagery science, Japanese, mathematics, physics, or Russian in order to apply. If you receive one of these Latino college scholarships, you will receive payment of your entire tuition, up to $10,000, as well as a summer job. Contact the CIA Undergraduate Scholarships Scholarship Coordinator in Washington, DC at (703) 874-4462.

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