February 1st marks the start of Black History Month. To all Black students paving the way, you’re doing a great job! The Let’s Go team has compiled a list of resources catered for you and your college success, you can learn more below: 

Scholarships For You 

Black Students of California United Scholarship

The BSCU is offering scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 to dedicated and committed youth leaders currently in the 12th grade. All applications must be received by 11:59 pm on Monday, February 20, 2023. All required documents must be submitted via the designated Google portal to be considered.

Study.com Scholarship for Black Students

This opportunity provides a $2,000 academic award to a Black student who is pursuing their undergraduate college degree. All applications must be received by Monday, May 1, 2023. All applicants must meet the eligibility requirements listed.

Resources For You

Black Students of California United

If you’re ever in search of additional scholarship opportunities, the BSCU is an excellent source to tap into.

Go For Yours

Go For Yours is an amazing initiative dedicated to celebrating the academic accomplishments of Black students all across the world. Check out their website to learn more about the programs, scholarships, and additional funding opportunities that they offer.

 On-Campus Resources 

Currently a student at a CSU campus?

The CSU website has compiled a list of resources for Black students to access during their college careers. Visit their website to learn how you can connect with other Black students on campus!

To learn more visit: https://www.calstate.edu/impact-of-the-csu/community/Pages/african-american-communities-resources.aspx

Currently at a Community College?

Did you know that CA Community Colleges currently partner with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to offer guaranteed transfer to students who receive at least a 2.0 GPA and 30 transferable units.

To learn more visit: https://icangotocollege.com/student-support-services/black-african-american-student-success