Resources for Students – Centro SOL

Free Academic Support

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Available Scolarships

Open to students that are citizens, residents, or DACA

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Open to ALL students-No citizenship requirement Examples

Maryland State Financial Assistance Programs & Applications (grants & scholarships)

Immigrants Rising

Featherstone Foundation

  • Mexican national/Mexican origin

  • Enrolled at Coppin State University, Morgan State University or The University of Baltimore

Local Academic Support

  1. Baltimore City Public Schools: Academic programs for students

  2. Baltimore County Public Schools: Learning resources for students

  3. Enoch Pratt Library Resources: School and homework resources

Suggested College Preparatory Timelines for High School 11th and 12th Graders

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Are you applying to college?

Do you know what financial aid you qualify for?

The following information is provided to help you better understand and decide what financial aid options you should apply for as well as where you may find them. Key Financial Aid Terms you should know:

Where to search:

Affordable Colleges – Information on college access for undocumented students.

Fast Web – Free site to search for internships, scholarships and colleges.

Immigrants Rising – California-based organization with national resources for undocumented students

MALDEF’s Scholarship Resource Guide – The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund helps advocate for all Latino students, check out their list of scholarships

My Undocumented Life – Up-to-date resources and information specifically for undocumented students.

Do you need more?

Any questions, comments or suggestions can be sent directly to the Youth Pipeline coordinator at

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