Scholarships are an additional source of financial aid to provide assistance for students who seek to further their education. Please be aware that all scholarships have their own individual deadlines and are awarded on various criteria at the discretion of the donor. Please take advantage of the links provided below in your search for scholarships.

Scholarship Opportunities (pdf)

College Board
College Board provides an online tool to help students search for scholarships, internships, grants, and loans. Students will answer a questionnaire that will match them to potential scholarships that complement their education level, talents, and background information.

College For All Texans
College for All Texans is a site designed to inform Texas students about the opportunities available to them in their pursuit of higher education. It provides valuable information about financial assistance available to students of Texas, including a listing of potential scholarship opportunities.

EduPASS! provides up-to-date information relevant to international students who intend on pursuing an undergraduate, graduate, or professional education in the United States including, information over scholarship opportunities.

Fast Web!
FastWeb!  is a scholarship search engine that matches students to scholarships within their database that complement their personal information and meet their needs. All students have to do is register and complete their profile.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund
The purpose of the National Hispanic Scholarship Fund (NHSF) scholarships is to assist Hispanic American students in completing their higher education.  NHSF scholarships are available on a competitive basis to undergraduate and graduate students of Hispanic background.  Awards normally range from $500 to $1000. 

Latino College Dollars
This website was developed by the Tomás Rivera Policy Institute (TRPI), a nonprofit organization that “advances informed policy on key issues affecting Latino communities.” TRPI provides a scholarship search that lists organizations that provide some type of financial assistance to eligible Latino students.

South Texas Stars
South Texas Academic Rising Scholars was founded with the purpose of providing accessibility to high education for students of South Texas. The STARS Scholarship Foundation provides scholarships to students on an annual basis. STARS requires a general application, and award recipients are determined based on academic achievement, personal strengths, leadership and financial need.

Stripes College Scholarship
The Stripes College Scholarship Fund and South Texas College will be awarding scholarships to eligible students worth $1,000 that are to be divided equally between Fall 2014 and Spring 2015.

Victoria Quintanilla Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was created in memory of South Texas College student Victoria Quintanilla.