HSF provides many resources to help students understand college requirements and to achieve graduation.
To apply for an HSF General College Scholarship, click here. The application period is open January 1st through March 30th for the following academic year.
To learn more about available scholarship opportunities by class level, browse our Scholarship Programs page.
Looking for a way to understand the next step on your way to college? Visit our Getting Ready for College page where you will get tons of information to help walk you through the path to success.
HSF offers outreach events – such as workshops, special events, and college retention programs – both in home cities, and on or near campuses. These outreach events are a great way for Scholars, their families, and prospective applicants to benefit from our multi-faceted support system, which includes guidance, networking opportunities, ways to get involved in HSF programs, and how HSF can serve as a reference. To learn how you can utilize our resources for your child visit our Programs / Outreach page.
College students express feelings of isolation on campus. More specifically, Latino students are usually faced with being a minority with regards to the student population on campus. Each campus has student organizations to help mitigate these circumstances. HSF has established student clubs at 36 campuses across the country.
The role of the HSF Scholar Chapter Network is to promote academic success and student engagement among Latino college students by encouraging them to serve as role models and leaders in their communities. Each chapter has a student coordinator trained by HSF who receives guidance on curriculum and programming to assist Latino students on their campus succeed.
Transitioning to college can be a challenge but you have HSF at your side with great tips through our College Life Series all year long!