Resources for Students who are Undocumented Resources for Students who are Undocumented

Resources for Students who are Undocumented

DREAMer's Roadmap


The mission for DREAMer's Roadmap is to bridge the gap of financial opportunities in higher education and help immigrant families find the necessary resources to thrive. We believe that all students regardless of legal status should have the same opportunity to pursue the “American Dream”. 


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DREAMer's Roadmap is a mobile apps are designed to help DREAMer’s undocumented students find and track scholarship opportunities available for them across the nation.  Available for both Apple and Google platforms (Google Play temporarily unavailable).



Centro Hispano


Centro Hispano de Frederick supports the Frederick immigrant population to help them succeed in our community. From conducting English and citizenship classes to sponsoring summer STEM classes for students and year-round enrichment events for seniors, Centro has played a crucial role in helping our neighbors from other countries prosper. 


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Community Foundation of Frederick County


Students of all immigration statuses can apply for scholarships from the Community Foundation of Frederick County. Their scholarship application is available each year from March 1st- March 31st.


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FCC Foundation Scholarships


The FCC Foundation offers scholarships to students of all citizenship statuses.


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College Board


Find Your Scholarship Matches. Scholarships are an important way to help families pay for college. See matches based on your interests, situation, affiliations, citizenship, professions, plus many others.


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The Fastweb platform is designed to simplify the scholarship search for high school and college students. No more digging to find scholarships you qualify for. Students create a profile and get personalized scholarship recommendations.


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TheDream.US provides scholarships to highly-qualified DREAMers to help them pay for their college education. Most of their Scholars have DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) or TPS (Temporary Protected Status) that allows them to live and legally work in the United States. 


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Golden Door Scholars


Golden Door Scholars exists to permanently disrupt intergenerational poverty and increase diversity in the workforce by setting undocumented students up for high-earning, sustainable careers in STEM, Nursing, and Business. They believe everyone deserves the opportunity for higher education and economic mobility.


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Contact Information

Phone Icon301.846.2620 (option 1)

Mail Icon[email protected]

Location IconJefferson Hall, 3rd floor

Office Hours

Monday: 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday* 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

*January - July and August
Available until 6:00 p.m. on Thursdays