The opportunities listed below are external to the Crafton Hills College Scholarship process. These have been reviewed as potentially valid opportunities, but are not guaranteed.
As an applicant, you should always be aware of potential scams which may request fees for applications, social security number, requests for bank account or other personal/unusual information, notification of being selected for an award you did not apply for, or receiving a "scholarship check" when you did not apply.
- FastWeb (Free scholarship searches and more, various scholarships offered throughout the year)
- Addictions.com (Available to full-time college students, 18+ years old, minimum 2.5 GPA)
- Bold.org (Various scholarship opportunities with deadlines for opportunities throughout the year.)
- The Addicted.org Scholarship
The Addicted.org Scholarship will award $1,000 to the winner. This will be distributed per your school’s financial aid policies. Please follow the link for information on eligibility, submission requirements, and important dates.
- Alliance of Black Women Accountants Scholarship Opportunities - the ABWA general scholarship application will be open from April - September 2024. There are also other opportunities available that may be helpful for students.
- Arrowhead Credit Union Scholarships - deadline January 31, 2024
- The Hoffman Agency HBCU Scholarship - The Hoffman Agency Scholarship will cover tuition and fees for a California Community College student who transfers to attending an HBCU to study communications. The scholarship will cover the recipient’s junior and senior year at an HBCU, two years. Applicants must complete the application process by March 15, 2024.
- SCAG’s Scholarship Program - SCAG’s annual Scholarship Program supports students working toward long-term career goals in planning or public service. The program provides a $4,000 scholarship award for seven high school or community college students from the SCAG region. Two additional scholarship awards not tied to a specific county may also be awarded at the Regional Council’s discretion. Recipients may also have an opportunity to meet with their local government representatives and practicing planners to discuss the importance of urban planning and a future career in public service.