Santa Ana College football players from blog by Michael Yanow
Did you know that Santa Ana College has scholarships for high school students who will enroll full-time at the school?
They do! And the application is fairly simple, releasing your academic records to the different scholarship reviewers who need to see your transcript. It’s available online or in the Student Services office. And even better, it gives priority to AB540 students!
The deadline is April 9, 2012, so if you’re a high school student matriculating in Santa Ana College, make sure you send in the app. You don’t want to miss out on this free money.
And once you’re a SAC student, make sure you check back in with Student Services in the fall. The school has their own Scholarship Booklet that you do not want to overlook. That’s another easy way to get money to cover your fees so you can focus on your schooling to complete your program or transfer to a four-year college or university.
It is officially the high time of college scholarship application season. The 2012-2013 school year begins in just a few months, and even though it seems like forever before you’ll need the money, college tuition won’t disappear. One of the best ways for many students in the OC area is to apply to local college scholarships.
The Hispanic Education Endowment Fund scholarship deadline is fast approaching. The application, available on their website, is due to them by March 9, 2012. Also know as: This Friday.
Even better, documentation doesn’t matter. As long as you live in the OC and have lived here for at least 6 years, you can apply for their scholarship.
If you’re a Latino or Latina who is headed to college or already attending, and you live in Orange County, CA, send in those apps! Time is running out!