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Off-Campus Scholarships

Off-campus scholarships are administered by other organizations not affiliated with CSUSB. Organizations such as community organizations, private companies, religious affiliations, etc. There are many ways for students to find off-campus scholarships. All it takes is time to search for them, and time to apply for all of them. Remember, the more applications you submit the better your chances are that you will win.

Listed below are just a few of the different sources to use when searching for off-campus scholarships. The information below was provided by off-campus organizations. Additional scholarships can also be found on the on line Scholarship application by clicking on the "Search Scholarships" link.

Alliance of Black Women Accountants (ABWA)

The scholarship is for students who are aspiring to have a career in or majoring in finance or accounting.

Amount:                                                Up to $1,000

Additional Application Information:  ABWA

Deadline:                                               Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information

Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institution Educators (AHSIE) Scholarships

This scholarship is for first-generation college students who demonstrate not only academic achievement, but also the potential for leadership and contribution to the community.

Amount:                                                 Varies

Additional Application Information:   AHSIE

Deadline:                                                Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information
 

Army ROTC Scholarships

Through arrangements with Claremont McKenna College and the Department of Military Science at CSUSB Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps program are available to all qualified CSUSB students.

Amount:                                                 Varies                                                

Additional Application Information:   jmcb@csusb.edu

Deadline:                                               Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information

Edison Scholars

Edison Scholars is for eligible high school seniors who want to make a difference in the world by studying science, technology, engineering or math (STEM). This $40,000 college scholarship can help reach these goals. From reducing greenhouse gas emissions to increasing access to solar power in disadvantaged communities, real issues need bright ideas to create change. This is a chance for students to stand up, advance their education, and be part of the solution.

Amount:                                                 Varies                                                

Additional Application Information:   edisonscholars.com

Deadline:                                                Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information

Esperanza Scholarship Foundation Dollars for Scholars

Esperanza Scholarship Foundation Dollars for Scholars® was established in 1991 to encourage and support educational success of residents of the West Valley of San Bernardino County.  The Esperanza Scholarship Foundation Dollars for Scholars assists students to achieve their educational goals and dreams by providing financial aid and academic support. 

Amount:                                                 Varies                                                

Additional Application Information:   Dollars For Scholars

Deadline:                                                Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information

Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS)

The Gates Millennium Scholars Program (GMS) primary goal is to promote academic excellence and to provide an opportunity for outstanding under-served students of color with significant financial need to reach their highest potential.

Amount:                                                 Varies                                                

Additional Application Information:   Gates Millennium Scholars Program

Deadline:                                                Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF)

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) and College Access Foundation have partnered to provide scholarship awards to assist students who are from the Inland Empire regional area.

Amount:                                                 Varies                                                

Additional Application Information:  The Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Deadline:                                               Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information

The National Federation of the Blind

The National Federation of the Blind offers several scholarships and awards that honor blind individuals as well as teachers, professionals, entrepreneurs and organizations whose work benefits the blind community.

Amount:                                                 Varies                                                

Additional Application Information:   National Federation of the Blind

Deadline:                                               Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information

Pathways to Success Program

The Pathways to Success Program awards scholarships to Coachella Valley undergraduate students who have financial need and demonstrates leadership or involvement in their community or school that have the desire and motivation to succeed.

Amount:                                                  Up to $5,000                                                

Additional Application Information:   The Pathways to Success Program

Deadline:                                               Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information

TELACU College Success Program

This scholarship is for eligible first-generation college students from a low to moderate income household.

Amount:                                                  Up to $5,000                                                

Additional Application Information:   TELACU

Deadline:                                                Offered annually; refer to Additional Application Information