ScholarshipsA-Z believes that all students have the right to attend college, regardless of immigration status. Here are some tools to help you apply, attend, and graduate from college.
GED Guides & Info:
- Comprehensive resource guide of places where you can take GED courses, take the GED test, or return to high school to get your diploma, across Arizona.
- In Tucson, check out Literacy Connects for information about their GED courses open to ALL students, regardless of immigration status.
High School & College Info:
- Start a Student Group at your school. Contact our Community Outreach Director
- Want to transfer to a university, but not sure how? Check out our UndocuTransfer Guide specifically for undocumented students.
- General Resources to help you know your rights as a student.
- High School and College Resources to help you prepare for and succeed in college.
Scholarships & Ways to Pay for College:
There are scholarships available for you. Applying can be easy when you use our resources to answer common application questions, organize your application, write a personal statement, and find letters of recommendation.
- Applying for Scholarships (PDF)
- Applying for Scholarships (Word Doc)
- Sample Scholarship Essays that helped a student win over $1,000 in scholarships
- Undocuhealth – Mental health resources for undocumented youth provided by the National Immigrant Youth Alliance.