Please note: you should never have to pay to apply and/or receive a scholarship and/or provide personal information, if requested you should exit that site immediately. 

This information is offered for informational purposes only and does not imply any endorsement from Los Medanos College. The links below will take you to external websites for scholarship opportunities. Follow the instructions carefully and contact the organization directly for questions or assistance

  • - Financial aid for minority students.
  • - Financial aid opportunities for minority students.
  • BigFuture: Connects students to college success.
  • California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office - Resources for Undocumented Students.
  • Cappex: The most current and complete profiles of every college in the United States, a multi-billion dollar scholarship database, advanced matching algorithms, and direct connections with colleges.
  • CareerOneStop - Search more than 7,500 scholarships, fellowships, grants, and other financial aid award opportunities.
  • Center for Online Education - Financial aid and Scholarships for minority students.
  • College Affordability Guide - Find the most affordable colleges and degrees in the USA
  • College Board - A mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.
  • College - A broad array of funding opportunities for students who are interested in college funding.
  • - Provides links to more than 70 free, online scholarship search sites.
  • Contra Costa Council Housing and Homeless: Provides  resources and services to homeless and/or people in jeopardy of losing their housing.
  • DREAMer's Roadmap - A resource for undocumented students.
  • Education Planner - a one-stop career and college planning website.
  • Fastweb! - Online resource in finding scholarships to help students pay for school.
  • Federal Student Aid- U.S. Department of Education - Find and apply for grants and scholarships.
  • Guide to Scholarships for New Americans and Minorities - Downloadable scholarship guide for minority students and for children of "New Americans" who may not be aware of the many opportunities for scholarships available to them.
  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund - Offers a list of scholarships for qualified Latino students.
  • – The website provides current and prospective students with detailed financial aid information and applications on the website enable students to apply online for federal, state and community college specific financial aid.
  • Immigrants Rising - Empowering undocumented young people in their pursuit of college, career and citizenship.
  • MALDEF - Throughout our 50-year history, MALDEF has supported the next generation of civil rights advocates for the Latino community.
  • - Hundreds of scholarships from many resources available in a single database. No sign ups or profile creation required.
  • Outside Scholarships - an organization created to give college-bound students an easily accessible database of known outside scholarships.
  • Sacramento Region Community Foundation - The Foundation manages over 40 scholarships funds, which were established by local individuals, families, businesses, and organizations.
  • SallieMae - The fast, easy, and FREE way to search for more than 5 million college scholarships.
  • Scholarships& - Provides essential Scholarship and Financial Aid Resources to students preparing for all types of careers.
  • - will search millions of scholarships and grants to match you with scholarships, grants and other financial aid that fits your perfectly.
  • The College Grants Database - Provides information on undergraduate grants for students. Open to students regardless of immigration status.
  • Unigo: Matches students with colleges, scholarships, internships, student loans, majors and careers.