Types of Aid
Financial Aid Office
Student Services Building, 2nd fl.
Los Angeles Pierce College
6201 Winnetka Ave.
Woodland Hills, CA 91371
Federal School Code: 001226
The California Community Colleges Student Financial Aid Administrators Association is sponsoring student scholarships; a total of twenty $500 student scholarships, two $500 scholarships for each of the ten CCCSFAAA regions across the state of California. The deadline to submit your online application is April 30, 2021. The CCCSFAAA will collect the applications and will be sorted by region for review and selection of winners. Complete your application today.
The Los Angeles Pierce College Foundation
The LA Pierce College Foundation Scholarships is now available and the deadline to apply is April 11, 2021 at 11:59pm. Review current scholarship opportunities available. Visit the LA Pierce College Foundation website for additional information.
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
- National Merit Scholarship
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund
- Latino College Dollars
- United Negro College Fund
- Native American
- Asian American
- Gates Millennium Scholars Program
- Military Scholarships
- International Students Scholarships
- Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
- McDonalds in Education
- WalMart Foundation
- LatPro Scholarships
- Scholarships for Indigenous Students
Scholarship Search Sites
Scholarship Scam Alert
There are many businesses who would like to sell you the opportunity for them to search for scholarships for you. They will promise to locate several sources of scholarships which you qualify for. We discourage paying anyone to search scholarships on your behalf. Below are scholarship scam warning signs:
- The best rule of thumb: Financial aid should never cost you. Never invest anything beyond the cost of a postage stamp in searching for scholarships.
- The "Money-Back Guarantee", especially if the company tries to 'guarantee' that you will win an award.
- Credit card verification: If they ask for a checking account or credit card information for 'verification' or to 'confirm eligibility', stop listening. Scammers use this ploy to get your financial information and then drain your account or run up charges on your credit card.