As a recipient of financial aid from the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, I can vouch for them as a reliable organization.
I was in my graduate studies when I applied for the scholarship. One thing about the scholarship is that you have to be attending college or graduate school as a full time student. In fact many of the scholarships out there ask that you are a full time student. I guess organizations just want to make sure that you are going to apply yourself or they know that it’s hard to work and go to school full-time, who know but that is the case many times.
HSF provided me a $2,500 check in my name for me to attend that semester. They sent me a letter and a stuffed animal from Target. I say Target because they were responsible for sending me the monies. So I am forever grateful to Target and shop there whenever I get a chance. That’s the Hispanic way, we are loyal people, you help me in a time of need and I will be forever grateful.
Thank you Target and the many companies that give to the Hispanic Scholarship Fund for pushing this Hispanic forward in education. Gracias.
If you are a college student or thinking about attend college then you will want to read everything there is to know about financial aid. Too many students spend more time thinking about what school they want to attend and what they want to study.
The smartest action you can take is to apply for financial aid. Yes, it’s good to know which university you plan on attending but if you lack the funds to attend that school then you may be cutting your college experience short.
So start tracking which scholarships you are eligible to apply for and do everything that is request of you.
There is nothing like attending college with financial aid.