Southwest receives scholarship opportunities throughout each year. If you are looking for scholarships, check our financial aid bulletin boards located inside SSB #104.
The sites offer information about scholarships, loans and grants that may fit your personal background and qualifications. There over 400,000 available scholarships to match your particular needs.
ASO Community Leadership Scholarship | Due: June 30
- Awarded to ASO members who model integrity and academic excellence
California Credit Union Scholarship | Due: March 21
- Awarded to exceptional students throughout the Greater Los Angeles area
Bernard Osher/Edison Foundation Scholarship | Due: February 28
- For students enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, classes and/or Environmental Science/Studies classes
Liberty Hill Foundation Book Grant Due: February 26
Community Leadership Scholarship sponsored by ASO | Due: December 13
Students who model integrity, academic excellence and leadership, have a chance to receive a $500 scholarship.
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California Student Aid Commission
Information about California college grants, scholarships, student loans, and specialized financial aid programs.
Direct Loan Services Online
A site that enables Direct Loan borrowers to access current loan information.
FAFSA on the Web
You may use this online form to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid over the internet.
FinAid – The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
This page provides a free, comprehensive, independent, and objective guide to student financial aid.
Finding out about Financial Aid
Information about student financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education.
A federal government website that offers links to many government sites.
Help in Completing the FAFSA
A site dedicated to helping students complete the FAFSA application.
The PIN serves as your identifier to access your personal information in various U.S. Department of Education systems.
Veterans Benefits and Services
This site offers valuable information about programs and resources for Veteran students.
Other Financial Aid Sources
There are several sources of financial aid available, including, but not limited to:
- Veterans Benefits
- Vocational Rehabilitation Assistance
If you are eligible for any of these benefits, you are encouraged to apply because financial funds are limited. Contact the appropriate agency for more details.