The SRJC Scholarship Office receives information about scholarship opportunities from outside organizations on a continual basis. We have compiled a list of those scholarship opportunities (see below). Check regularly throughout the year as the scholarships listed will change.
PLEASE NOTE: By clicking any of the links below, you are leaving the Santa Rosa Junior College website. The Scholarship Office attempts to determine if these are worthwhile opportunities, however Santa Rosa Junior College does not endorse these organizations nor is responsible for any outcome. Keep in mind you should never pay for a scholarship application or search service.
Scholarships are listed in alphabetical order. For more details, click on the linked scholarship name.
|Scholarship Name||Amount||Dates Available||Details/Requirements|
|Chicana Latina Foundation Scholarship||35 awards at $1,500||January 1 - April 7, 2018||
|Horatio Alger Career & Technical Scholarship||
up to $2,500
|March 15 - June 15, 2018||
|P.E.O. Continuing Education Grant||Varies - up to $3,000||rolling deadline||
|P.E.O. Educational Loan||Up to $12,000||rolling deadline||
|Vietnam Veterans Redwood Empire Scholarship||$500-$1,000||February 22 - Mary 1, 2018||
|Wells Fargo Veterans Emergency Grant Program||up to $1,000||rolling deadline||
Scholarship Search Websites
Many of the below websites offer similar functionality. Compare sites and find out which ones work best for you and your scholarship search process.
Scholarships and scholarship lists for Sonoma and Marin County undergraduate students. Once on website, hover over "Students and Parents" and then "Scholarships" for details.
Free scholarship searching and personalized matching to more than 3.2 million scholarships.
Free scholarship searching and personalized matching to more than 3.6 million scholarships.
Searches and personalized matching of scholarships that fit your profile and needs
Personalized matching of scholarships that fit your profile and needs
Multiple scholarships listed for minority students.
Personalized matching of scholarships that fit your profile and needs. Includes nearly 20,000 scholarships for a wide range of fields of study.
|California Colleges for International Education||
Multiple scholarship opportunities listed for international education. Criteria varies - visit the website for more information.
Personalized matching of scholarships that fit your profile and needs, with 2,300 sources of college funding.
Lists a broad array of college funding opportunities. The organization also offers its own scholarships, including the $10,000 Blogging Scholarship, for students who maintain a weblog and attend college.
Multiple scholarships listed for minority students
Scholarship America manages thousands of scholarship programs. Many are only open to employees of the sponsoring company or their families, but some are available to students in the general public. Visit their website for details.
Scholarships for Undocumented Students
SRJC Foundation Scholarships, SRJC Business & Community Scholarships and Doyle Scholarships (as well as many Outside Scholarships) are open to all students who meet the eligibility requirements, regardless of their documentation status. For additional resources specifically for undocumented students see below and visit the SRJC Dream Center.
|Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC)||
Multiple scholarships listed for immigrant students that don't have U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residency. Criteria varies - visit the website for more information.
Free, informative resource guide for students, parents, and educators with an extensive list of scholarships, including many that do not inquire about immigration status.
Have you been awarded an Outside Scholarship?
Congratulations! Visit our Managing Outside Scholarship Awards for information on how our office handles outside scholarship checks.
Please note that federal financial aid regulations require that the financial aid awards you receive cannot exceed your student budget. It is possible, therefore, that outside scholarships could reduce a component of your package of financial aid awards. We may need to reduce your financial aid awards by the amount of the outside resources received to ensure that your total awards do not exceed your student budget. In these cases, the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office attempts first to reduce loan or work aid; scholarships are only reduced as a last resort.