Hi Juan! I supported myself through college, and getting scholarships was a big part of that! Almost all of my scholarships came directly from my school. There are general scholarships through most universities anyone can apply for, additional ones for your college (College of Engineering, College of Business, etc.), and even ones for your specific major. Additionally, be sure to look on the websites of any organizations you are currently involved in to see if there are opportunities. Many organizations offer scholarships to their members. Apply for as many as you can, even ones that are for smaller amounts, because they can really add up!
This website https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/types/grants-scholarships/finding-scholarships for more guidance and suggestions on where to look. Good luck!
Holly Kolman, AMS
Scholarships.com and Fastweb.com are searchable scholarship databases. Good luck!
Your program may offer merit or experience-based scholarships. It might also be able to connect you to external scholarship opportunities so make sure to check the program site and financial aid pages.
Consider creating a Scholly account. Scholly is an app where you can create a profile and connect to different scholarship opportunities.