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The DREAM.US Scholars
Donald Graham, former chairman and CEO of the Washington Post announced a new college scholarship program for young people who are undocumented and cannot qualify for federal financial aid programs. APPLY!! (Deadline: March 31st)

Educators for Fair Consideration (e4fc) offers a list of scholarships available to Dreamers in California and nationally (scroll down the page to find the scholarship list). They also offer a variety of valuable resources specific to DACA students, including how to apply for the next DACA cycle.

10000Degrees.org also offers a list of scholarships available to Dreamers. **NOTE: Students must click on each link to find out the deadlines for 2014.

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund recently made their scholarships available to all students regardless of immigration status. Students must create a profile to find scholarships in their database.

Scholarships A-Z offers a comprehensive list of scholarships that anyone, regardless of their immigration status, can qualify for. They are organized by due date, which makes it easier to know when to apply. The site also provides resources to students, families and educators through online and community interactions, in order to make higher education accessible to all.

Register with www.FastWeb.com to create a profile and they will send you daily scholarship opportunities based on your eligibility.

College Depot offers comprehensive college planning services, including financial aid and scholarship workshops. It is housed at the Burton Barr Central Library in Phoenix (1221 N. Central Ave).

Want to know how much it will cost for you to attend college? Net Price Calculator lets you input the university’s name and will calculate the cost of attendance!