Foothill College Scholarship Information
View Foothill College Scholarships Offerings
Scholarship Application Process
Applying for scholarships is a competitive process. Please be aware that not every
student who applies for scholarships will win. If you are interested to apply for
one or more Foothill College scholarship, first, please click on the link above:
"View Foothill College Scholarship Offerings". To begin your application process,
please click on "Create Application".
- If you don't meet the minimum criteria listed on the scholarship
posting you apply for, your application will not be considered for
- If you fail to attach/copy and paste a legible copy of any of the required documents
such as "My Story", your Foothill College transcript, letter of
recommendation and etc, your application will be incomplete and it
will not be considered for the scholarship.
- All required documents must be submitted online. The Financial Aid
Office does not accept any documents such as letters of recommendation
on student behalf.
- Some scholarships may require you to provide more documents than others.
- You may use Foothill College Media Center (building 3612)
to scan your academic transcripts for FREE.
- Once you create a scholarship profile, you can monitor the status of
scholarship(s) for which you have applied. To check the status of your scholarship,
please visit scholarships.fhda.edu and then click on "Login".
- There is no limit to how many scholarships you may apply for. However,
please be sure to review scholarship requirements prior to applying.
- Most scholarships disburse during spring or fall quarters of each
academic year. Please note, in order for Foothill College system to
disburse your scholarship funds, you must be enrolled in at least six
units for the term, unless it is stated differently in the scholarship posting.
Checklist to Scholarship Application Process
Outside Scholarship Donors
View Outside Scholarship Offerings
Occasionally, Foothill College Financial Aid Office is asked by an Outside Agency to
advertise a scholarship they offer to undergraduate students. Please be sure to
review all information posted for a scholarship you are applying since scholarship
requirements and an application process will vary from one scholarship to another.
Should you have any questions pertaining to the application process, please contact
an agency representative listed on the scholarship posting.
Additional Scholarship Information
Information and services on all four of the links below are FREE.
http://www.guaranteed-scholarships.com/ lists and describes scholarships offered by individual colleges and universities to all enrolled students meeting the specific criteria.
http://www.college-scholarships.com/ is an all purpose college and scholarship information site which includes links to nine free internet scholarship search data bases, links to college websites and online applications, college admissions office email addresses and (mostly toll free) phone numbers, ACT and SAT prep information, and much, much more. The site has been the recipient of more than 25 internet awards and receives more than 150,000 visits each month.
Scholarships and Grants Free US College Scholarships, Grants, Competitions and Awards Resources.
All four sites allow students and educators to sign up for a free email newsletter offering valuable information on college admission, scholarships and financial aid, careers, college life, and other important subjects of interest to students, counselors, parents, and teachers.
Another good source for scholarship information can be found at SuperCollege.com.
More Scholarship Links (pdf file)
Scholarship Review Committee
Scholarship Giving at Foothill College
for information on how to establish a new scholarship at Foothill College.
Thanks to our Scholarship Donors!
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