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  • CIP Program

    The Community Involvement Program (CIP) is a comprehensive scholarship program for first-generation college students from the Stockton community at the University of the Pacific (UOP). The application opens today and the deadline is January 15. If you are applying to UOP please consider applying for this amazing program. You will notice several other scholarship opportunities on the left-hand side of the webpage.


    Scholarship Opportunity for Undocumented Students

    I’m writing to tell you about a noteworthy scholarship opportunity for undocumented students.

    The application for the National Scholarship, offered by TheDream.Us, opens Nov. 1. TheDream.US is a multimillion dollar national college scholarship fund created to help immigrant youth get a college education. (www.thedream.us/)

    TheDream.US provides motivated undocumented students with scholarships of up to $29,000 to help cover tuition and fees not already covered by the aid they may already be eligible for at their respective institutions.

    The National Scholarship is available to high school seniors, high school graduates and community college graduates who demonstrate a significant unmet financial need. (www.thedream.us/scholarships/national-scholarship/)

    Applicants must have applied for admission and been accepted to a TheDream.US Partner College. UC Merced and UC Santa Cruz are proud to TheDream.US Partner Colleges. Students also must be AB 540 eligible for in-state tuition. (www.thedream.us/about-us/partner-colleges/)

    Students who are currently enrolled in a community college are eligible. Please note that students who are currently enrolled in a four-year college or university are NOT eligible.

    The National Scholarship application will be available here on Nov. 1. The deadline to apply is March 1, 2018.

    Regards,
    Alejandro S. Delgadillo
    Associate Director, Calvin E. Bright Success Center
    University of California, Merced
    adelgadillo@ucmerced.edu
    undoc.ucmerced.edu


     

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    Dates for your calendar

      • December 18, 2019     
        White Coat Ceremony
      • May 1, 2010                 
        Community Service Hours Due (all must be validated to count!) 
      • May 27, 2020               
        Graduation