Knowing about scholarship opportunities and additional resources to fund your education is an important key to your success at LMU.
Please visit Financial Aid for additional information regarding scholarships, grants and resources.
- Apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority filing date, March 2.
- Apply for Cal Grant by completing the Cal Grant GPA Verification Form by March 2.
- For students that were in foster care between the ages of 16-18, you may be eligible to apply and receive the Chafee Grant.
Free Scholarship Search Tools
- FastWeb is a free scholarship search and includes information about financial aid and career planning.
- Sallie Mae/College Answer provides scholarship opportunities and tips on applying for scholarships.
- College Board offers a scholarship search and information on how to apply.
- Scholarships.com is a free scholarship search and includes information about financial aid and student loans.
Additional Scholarship Resources
- California College Pathways is designed to support the success of foster youth scholars through college, financial aid and housing resources.
- Casey Family Scholarship Program offers transition services to improve the lives of foster youth students across the country.
- FinAid: The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid is the student guide to scholarships, financial aid and loans.
- Fostering Change offers programs aimed for foster youth completing high school with work and career planning and college information.
- Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation offers scholarships to students with junior or senior-level academic standing in college.
- National Foster Care Association offers scholarships to foster youth who wish to further their education beyond high school, including college or university studies.
- Ron Brown Scholars Program provides scholarships to African-American high school seniors who will make significant contributions to society and plan to attend college.
- United Friends of the Children is a non-profit organization that offers College Readiness programs to prep high school foster youth for graduation. Additional resources include financial support and internship experience.
- U.S. Bank Scholarship Program provides scholarships to current undergraduate college students enrolled in college or university.