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"The Davis scholars bring an intellectual curiosity and playfulness to everything they do.”
- Brandon Spars, Humanities

The Davis/First-to-College Scholarship

Each year. the Davis scholarships provide four years of full tuition for four to six Latinx students who will be the first in their families to attend college. These scholarships have been created to provide aid to high achieving student leaders interested in seeking a four-year college degree.

Who is eligible to apply?
All incoming 9th grade Latinx students who will be first to college in their families.

What are the criteria?
Students applying for a scholarship must:
  • Be Latinx
  • Be the first in his/her family to attend college
  • Plan to attend a four-year college or university
  • Have demonstrated strong academic performance in middle school
  • Complete the Davis Scholarship application, which you can find in your online application
  • Complete a financial aid application at www.mytads.com

Beca Davis para los primeros en ir a la universidad

Cada año, la Beca Davis proporciona cuatro años de costos de matrícula e instrucción para cuatro y seis estudiantes de Latinx que sean los primeros en sus familias en asistir a una universidad y que necesiten ayuda financiera.

¿Quiénes califican para solicitar la beca?
Todos los estudiantes de Latinx del noveno grado que ingresarán primero a la universidad en sus familias.

¿Cuáles son los requisitos?
  • Ser Latinx
  • Planear ir a una universidad de 4 años
  • Ser el primero de su familia en ir a la universidad
  • Mostrar un rendimiento académico fuerte en la escuela
  • Completar la solicitud para la beca Davis
  • Mandar la solicitud para la ayuda financiera a http://www.tads.com/
 
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