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|OHIO LATINO SCHOLARSHIP NETWORK||PACO announces expanded Scholarship program|
Founded in 1975, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to Latino students, as well as related support services. HSF seeks to give students all the tools they need to apply to college, do well in their course work, graduate, enter a profession, excel, help lead our nation going forward, and mentor the generations to come.
As the nation’s largest not-for-profit organization supporting Hispanic American higher education, HSF has awarded over $470 million in scholarships and provides a range of ancillary programs for candidates, scholars, and their families.
HSF further strives to make college education a top priority for every Latino family across the nation and to mobilize our community to proactively advance that goal – each individual, over a lifetime, in every way he/she can. For more information about the Hispanic Scholarship Fund please continue to browse our website.
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To be eligible, you must have the following:
- A minimum of 2.5 GPA
- Be a current, full time, WSU student
- Must be enrolled in an academic college within WSU
- Submit a copy of unofficial transcripts
- Show financial need
- Show involvement and community commitment within the Office of Latino Affairs’ mission:
“The Office of Latino Affairs fosters a supportive environment that enhances the success of Latino students, the Latino community, and the economic development of the region. We will recruit, retain, graduate, connect, and advance Latino students at Wright State University.”
Write a typed, full, one page, double spaced, 12 point font, essay on why you believe you deserve this scholarship.
Submit essay and copy of unofficial transcripts to the Office of Latino Affairs by April 3, 2015. Electronic copies are welcomed. Send documents to email@example.com. Top students will be chosen.
External Scholarship Opportunities
Wright State University does not post individual external scholarships. Instead, we encourage you to review the list of scholarship foundations and free scholarship search engines listed below. Wright State University does not endorse any services or products affiliated with or linked to these pages.
If you have any questions about application instructions or deadline dates, please contact the Donor directly.
Recipients of Post 9/11/Chapter 33 GI Bill benefits, please contact a VA Certifying Official in the Veteran & Military Center before applying for an external scholarship to determine how external scholarships may impact your eligibility. Not all scholarships are refundable. For more information visit the External Scholarship Opportunities website.
The Ohio Latino Scholarship Network is part of the Commission’s education initiative to encourage and facilitate collaboration among Ohio’s Latino scholarship programs.
One component of the Network is the Scholarship Resource Center.
Student must be a current resident in the Miami Valley area in Ohio, or attending a college in the Miami Valley area in Ohio
Student must be a High School Senior, Undergrad or Graduate Student
All those awarded a scholarship are to provide 10 hours of Community Service with a local LULAC Council.
Completed applications and stated materials are to be mailed to our PO Box. They must be postmarked NO LATER than March 31, 2020.
LULAC Dayton Council #39000
PO Box 340056
Dayton, OH 45432
LULAC offers a variety of scholarships for high school seniors, undergraduate & graduate college students through our educational arm, the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc. (LNESC).
The Morrill Scholarship Program (MSP) is Ohio State’s premier diversity/merit scholarship program, rewarding academically talented students who are actively engaged in diversity-based leadership, service and social justice activities.
The Ohio State University is strongly committed to creating a diverse campus that is inclusive of all community members. The Morrill Scholarship Program (MSP) offers scholarships and educational enrichment opportunities to academically talented students who are actively engaged in diversity-based leadership, social justice and service.
The Puerto Rican, American, and Caribbean Organization (PACO) is pleased to announce the expansion of the annual Scholarship program, and the management of the process being assigned to the Dayton Foundation.
This year, PACO will award multiple scholarships to deserving students, in amounts between $1000 and $1500. Application information may be obtained from the Dayton Foundation website
PACO is a non-profit organization established in 1991, dedicated to support the Hispanic Community in Dayton, Ohio. PACO provides charitable services to underprivileged families, promotes awareness and education to the local population about the Hispanic culture and awards scholarships to deserving Hispanic or non-Hispanic students attending technical schools and universities. The organization operates with an all-volunteer staff composed of both Hispanic and non-Hispanic members.
Summary of the qualifications for scholarship consideration:
- Resident of Montgomery, Miami, Clark, Warren or Greene County, Ohio
- Be of Hispanic heritage or non-Hispanic but highly involved in promoting the Hispanic culture via community or school events
- Minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 based upon a 4.0 scale
- Be accepted to or currently attending an accredited two-year, four-year, technical school, college or university
- Demonstrate financial need