Tam Tran Scholarship Fund for Undocumented Students in Rhode Island

Formerly The César Chávez Scholarship Fund


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The Tam Tran Scholarship Fund provides scholarships and grants for undocumented or DACAmented students enrolled in a high school in Rhode Island, who are seeking to attend any college or university.
Read more about the 2015, 2016, 2017 and presenting the 2019 Tam Tran Scholars

Photos to the right are from the UndocYOUniversity Convening organized in 2017 by the CASO Action Group and Tam Tran Scholars
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Financial Aid and Scholarship Information

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Today is:
Scholarships for Graduating High School Students: The next deadline to apply for the Tam Tran Scholarship is Fri. February 18, 2022. Click here to apply

For 2022-2023 ONLY we will be accepting 8-10 applicants for $1,000 awards. Our awards are based on our ability to raise funds throughout the year. Find out how you can donate.

Financial Aid: Applications for the Rhode Island Student Success Application (RISSA) are currently being accepted and awarded on a first-come-first-serve basis. Get yours in soon — the application can be viewed here.
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Visit the CASO website

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Yaruska Ordinola
Project Assistant
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Our Founders | 2009
José González, Michelle DePlante (Carr), Marta V. Martínez and Roberto González