Miami-Dade College Assistance Program
Scholarship Sponsored by Miami Foundation
In 1977, the Miami-Dade County Public School System started a pilot advisory program with 10-12 part-time college assistance advisors. They were in the school system tasked with helping students find potential financial aid opportunities. The following year, CAP, Inc. was founded to financially support the Miami-Dade County Public School's College Assistance Program (CAP) and awarding scholarships to graduates that needed significant financial assistance to attend college.
CAP, Inc. provides scholarships to Miami-Dade County Public High School graduates who have exhausted all avenues of financial assistance (federal, state and institutional), but still have significant unmet needs to attend the college of their choice.
Deadline: Applications must be submitted online by Friday, May 22, 2020 at 4 p.m. No exceptions.
A) Financial Need based on calculated "unmet need" to pay for college in the upcoming year
B) Graduation from a Miami-Dade County Public High School or G.E.D. earned after November 1, 1996 with a minimum of two years in Miami-Dade County Public High School
C) Accepted to/or enrolled in a post-secondary institution to pursue first undergraduate degree only
D) Full-time attendance (12-18 credits) seeking a degree at a post-secondary institution
E) Must use the CAP grant only for the post-secondary institution named in the application
F) Complete application submitted online by the deadline. No information will be accepted by email, mail or fax.
If an application is missing information or attachments, our offices will NOT inform the applicant.