About the Scholarship
TheDream.US Scholarship Program - Community College Graduates assists the finance to the candidates who are in need of economic assistance. For those people, Dream.US scholarships are highly motivated and encouraged to provide the money to gain high academic studies to achieve their career goals.
Students who face paying out-of-state tuition charges can access this award to overcome economic issues. In order to receive this award, a student must have DACA or TPS status and demonstrated significant unmet financial need and the determination to succeed in college and in life.
How do I apply for this scholarship?
Scholarship Applications are available online on the TheDream.US website. All applicants are required to complete the online application by reading and agreeing to a consent statement.
A student must write an essay about 600 words on his/her educational and career goals and challenging issues that he/she faced and how they overcame it.
In addition to that, a student must provide a letter of recommendation from a school teacher where he/she has studied.
A student must also upload the following supporting documents to the online application - a copy of his/her Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or TPS approval letter or the receipt of a students submission.
In order to receive this award, an applicant must also submit a copy of most recently filed IRS Form 1040 or other financial documents that must verify his/her parent's income.
Award Amount and Deadline
The Organization is providing $8250 per academic year and it is renewable throughout a student's academic study.
The scholarship application form opens on 1st November and closes on 27th February 2020. All applicants must submit the online application and other official documents within the specified date.
Applicants should be currently in high school or have graduated from a United States high school or obtained a general education development (GED) certificate from the United States Program.
Applicants must plan to attend one of TheDream.US partner institutions.
Applicants should have continuously resided in the United States since November 1, 2014, up to the present time and have had no lawful status.
A student must be eligible for DACA status or TPS and have applied for or received DACA or TPS approval.