The 8th Annual Que Llueva Café Scholarship is officially closed. All of this year's recipients have been confirmed. Thank you to all our applicants, donors, volunteers, and members.
¡Thank you y Que Llueva Café!
Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) are listed below. Please review them for any possible inquiries you may have. Thank you!
In the eight years of the scholarship's existence, we have awarded over $92,000 to undocumented students across the country.
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We evaluate each applicant holistically but there are three key areas of evaluation. They are:
(1) Your personal story, which takes into account financial need and other compelling challenges the applicant has had to endure;
(2) extra-curricular involvement, which includes anything you do outside of class like community involvement, work, and clubs; and
(3) Your academic promise, which is not limited to GPA or test scores but, more importantly, looks at your academic potential for the future.
Typically the last Saturday in February.
No. Applicants for our "Que Llueva Café" Scholarship may not be current college students. Applicants must be or will be a high school/GED graduate who will enroll for the first time in an accredited college or university in the U.S. or Puerto Rico.
It is our goal to offer this scholarship each year and has been offered for the past 7 years.
Depending on the number of applications we receive, it is our intention to make a decision on recipients and notify them all by the end of summer. This may change dependent on number of applications we receive.
No. Given the large volume of applications we receive and our limited resources, we are unable to notify every applicant that their application was received or the status of their application.
All recipients will be notified via a phone call. Once all recipients have been notified and confirmed, we will post an announcement on our home page of this notification. Additionally, and depending on volume of applications, we will make an attempt to email our regrets to all applicants that did not receive the scholarship.
Make a donation online by visiting our donation page: Please click here.
Make a check or money order payable to "CORE" and mail to: Chicano Organizing and Research in Education (CORE), P.O. Box 160144, Sacramento, CA 95816. For a donation card, please click here.
This Scholarship was founded with the intent of providing a direct response to what is an unfair immigration system that continues to deprive aspiring new scholars from continuing their education in the only country they have ever known, the U.S. As such, we find it imperative to provide a scholarship that attempts to alleviate the enormous financial burden of going to college until comprehensive immigration reform is passed and implemented in this country.
CORE proudly sponsors this scholarship to help undocumented students continue on their academic path. This scholarship is a response to the lack of financial assistance provided to students, who do not have the legal documentation, that attend college in the United States. In particular, we seek to support undocumented students that have met the rigorous academic requirements asked of them and hold the academic promise to achieve so much more.
The “Que Llueva Café” Scholarship aims to support the dreams, hopes and aspirations of college bound undocumented students so that they can earn their college education and allow for all of their hard work and sacrifice to persevere. This scholarship program strives to make a world of difference. ¡Ójala que llueva café!
CORE is a private, non-profit, organization currently applying for 501(c)3 status.
Site updated: 5/18/15