USF Campus Wide Scholarships

USF Campus Wide Scholarships

We are happy to announce that the application for USF scholarships for the 2022-2023 award year is now open. By completing a questionnaire, you can see a list of scholarships you may qualify for based on your responses.

Scholarships can be based on academic merit, extracurricular activities (e.g., community service organizations, ROTC, Robotics, etc.), special talents, or demographics. Some scholarships consider financial need and will require that you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) which is available now for the 2022-2023 award year.

Scholarships and Funding Opportunities for migrant and minority students:

USF SOL (Status of Latinos Committee) Scholarship ($1,000 - $5,000)

    • USF SOL scholarship for undocumented students or whose parents are undocumented. There is a preference for students who speak Spanish.  
    • Status of Latinos (SOL) Beca para estudiantes indocumentados o cuyos padres son indocumentados. Da preferencia a estudiantes que hablan español

USF Latino Scholarship ($2,000+)

    • USF Latino Scholarship for incoming freshman or junior-level transfer students. “Strong consideration will be given to students who are: fluent in Spanish; first generation in their family to attend college; from diverse ethnic background.”
    • El Programa de Becas para Latinos es para estudiantes de primer año o estudiantes que se transfieren a USF en su tercer año. Se da consideración a los estudiantes que: hablan español con fluidez; a quienes son los primeros de su familia a estudiar en la universidad; se incluyen estudiantes de diferentes nacionalidades y origen étnico.

Dream.US Scholarship Program

    • The Dream.US Scholarship program is for undocumented students who are entering, reentering, or transferring to a college/university. They provide full funding for undergraduates, a scholarship advisor, and plenty of other resources. This scholarship applies only to their partner colleges found on their website.
    • Es un programa de becas para estudiantes que son indocumentados, tienen DACA o TPS que ingresan, reingresan o se transfieren a la universidad. Proporcionan financiamiento completo que cubre el costo del curso, un asesor de becas y muchos otros recursos. La beca se otorga solo a las universidades asociadas con que se encuentran en su sitio web.

Golden Door Scholars Program

    • Scholarship opportunity for students with DACA, TPS, or who are undocumented.
    • Programa de becas para estudiantes indocumentados. 

Hispanic Scholarship Fund ($500 - $5,000, need-based)

    • This resource provides information about the Hispanic Scholarship fund which provides financial support to Hispanic students entering college. Applicants must be: “U.S. citizens, permanent legal resident, or DACA”.
    • Información sobre el Fondo de Becas Hispanas (HSF, por sus siglas en ingles) que brinda apoyo de financiamiento a los estudiantes hispanos que ingresan a la universidad. Los solicitantes deben ser: “ciudadanos de EE.UU, residentes legales permanentes o tener DACA”.
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