Searching & applying for scholarships takes some time but can return much needed cash for school. Here are a few tools to get you started!

2020-2021 Feather River College Scholarship Application (Deadline May 29 2020)

Scholarship Reference Form (For Academic Senate or Rose Cortez Memorial Scholarships only)

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2019-2020 Academic Year Scholarship Recipients

Scholarship Name Scholarship Recipient
Academic Senate Aurora Carnes  



Bernard Osher

Emily Battelle Aurora Carnes
Brenna Chavez Kyla Deocampo
Danielle Jackson

Taneesha Porter

Kayla Reis Bryn Shirley
FRC Foundation Student Scholarship    
Drew Baumgartner Nicholas Britt
Chloe Calhoun Hailey Clark
Joshua Malnoske Joel Martinez
Hannah Nurmberg Kynlee Penney
Jessica Schumann Haleigh Stickney
Audrey Van Huff  
CSEA - CA Schools Employees Assn. #712 Cortney Blumenthal Lauren Erickson
Rose Cortez Memorial Kynlee Penney  
Faculty Union Cortney Blumenthal  

Scholarship Information

Scholarship Resource Webpage
American Indian College Fund

American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF)
BigFuture by The CollegeBoard
Bureau of Indian Education
CareerOneStop (U.S. Dept. of Labor Scholarship Search Tool)
College Greenlight
FinAid Scholarships
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)
Peterson's Award Database

Student Scholarship Search
The Gates Millennium Scholars
UNCF Scholarships, Programs, Internships and Fellowships
Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative (REC) Scholarship

Quincy Rotary Club - District 5190

Pine Cone Foundation

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Real Or Scam?

Received an e-mail from someone who will guarantee you a scholarship, but charge you $50? Scholarships will always be free, you should never have to pay. You should never give any personal information unless you are 100% sure you know who you are dealing with. Scholarships are also never 'guaranteed' so stay away from scholarship scams. For more information go to scholarship opportunities exist from several hundreds to several thousands. Don't be discouraged! You are encouraged to use the list of resources to research and apply for the scholarship(s) that interest you. By using the internet you can also do a basic search for other scholarship opportunities but remember, DO NOT PAY to apply for a scholarship (this is usually a key indicator of a "scholarship scam").

Find and apply for as many scholarships as you can-it's free money for college!