Golden Door scholarship is now ongoing for undocumented students and students with DACA and TPS status. Scholarships holders will receive funding for a four-year degree from Partner Schools starting in fall semester 2020.
Golden Door Scholarship Details
Available to international students who are citizens or residents of the United States. Golden Door Scholars accepts applications from all over the country. However, students from countries that teach DACA-recognized students or undocumented students outside the state are given high priority.
- Recipients who attend Golden Door Scholars’ partner colleges and universities will receive a full, four-year scholarship, which implies the 100% tuition fee payment.
- Golden Door Fellows also have access to mentors, internship and job search assistance, and other career growth opportunities
Level/Field of Study
Golden Door Scholarship is available for students who are in high school students, high school graduates, currently enrolled undergraduates, and transfer students who wish to concentrate on computer science, technology, data science, mathematics or related fields.
Preferred Course/Program for Golden Doors Scholarship
Particularly preferred are students who wish to concentrate on;
- Computer science,
- Data science,
- Mathematics or related fields.
Eligibility Criteria for Golden Doors Scholarship
To be eligible to apply for Golden Doors Scholarships, the applicants must fulfil these following requirements;
- have DACA, TPS or meet the eligibility criteria for immigrants
- have a High GPA
- Attend advanced or demanding secondary school classes
- Striving to help others succeed
- Has held leadership positions or is involved in the community
- Actively promote a variety of scholarships
- The application also applies to those who have applied or are interested in other colleges. You must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 to be eligible for this award.
Applicants must have DACA, TPS, or a certificate that you meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Came to the US before the age of 16
- have lived in the United States continuously since November 1, 2014, until today, and have no legal status
- You are currently in high school or have completed a US high school or received a General Education Development (GED) certificate from a US program
- You have not been convicted of a crime, gross misdemeanour, or any of three or more other offences in the categories that you disqualified from the DACA and do not otherwise endanger national security or public safety
How to Apply for Golden Doors Scholarships 2020
Applications for Golden Doors Scholarships 2020 is to be done in the program application portal.