Expenses such as housing, books and food can be crippling financial burdens for today’s students. But what about before day one of college?
According to the non-partisan California Budget and Policy Center, the cost of higher education within the California State University system has increased 1300% over the past four decades.
The 2019-2020 Common Scholarships Application deadline is February 5, 2019 at 2pm (PST).
Learn how needs-based scholarships help low-income and first-generation San Diego students prepare for, pay for and persist through college.
Five San Diego scholarship recipients shared how the Community Scholars Initiative has impacted their lives.
Donors, volunteers, students and their families came together to recognize the powerful impact of philanthropy at The San Diego Foundation 2018 Scholarships Celebration.
In recognition of Community College Month, learn how local community colleges make higher education more accessible and inclusive for San Diegans.
Learn how UC San Diego Black Alumni Scholarships are increasing classroom diversity and helping students, faculty and staff broaden their understanding of the world.
Whether you plan to attend a community college, four-year university, career/technical school, teaching credential program or graduate school, the Community Scholarship Program has opportunities for you.
Since 1973, the J.A. and Flossie Mae Smith Scholarship Fund has awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships.