ACCESS Program - Scholarship Search

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 Eureka Use this site to look for scholarships, information about your major and/or career, and take quizzes to learn more about your interests and learning styles.

  1. Click on "New to Eureka? Sign up"
  2. Enter the following SiteID code: "YIQPMHQ" in the appropriate box and click "NEXT"
  3. Complete the Personal Information form
  4. Choose a log-in name and a password.

(You can use your self-created user name and password to log-in from this point on.)

FastWeb Use this site to look for scholarships based on your individual needs.

  1. Click on "New Users: Start Here"
  2. Complete the Personal Information form
  3. Choose a log-in name and a password.

(You can use your self-created user name and password to log-in from this point on.)

 

Mission College Scholarships

 Visit the Transfer Center, E1-201 to discuss the applications below.

1.       The UC Santa Cruz $20,000.00 Karl S. Pister Transfer scholarship

2.       The San Jose State Engineering $22,000.00 Scholarship

Other ways to get more money for school can be found on the Mission College Financial Aid Office website and by filling out a FAFSA each year by the stated deadline.

Please visit the Workshops and Campus Events page to access the Online Scholarship Essay workshop.

 

Latino Student Resources

Latino College Dollars: Scholarship Directory

Latino College Dollars: Database Search

Latino Business Professionals of Silicon Valley Scholarship

 

U.S. Department of Education Resources

College.gov Built by the U.S. Department of Education in collaboration with students. This site is intended to be the go-to source for information and resources about planning, preparing and paying for post-secondary education (such as 2- or 4-year colleges and universities, and vocational or career schools). Most importantly, college.gov is intended to provide inspiration and hope to all students, and encourage them to consider and pursue a post-secondary education.