Real Estate Scholarships

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Real Estate Education Endowment Scholarships

Students pursuing careers in real estate may be eligible for scholarships of up to $1200 per academic year through the Foundation's Real Estate Education Endowment Scholarship program. 


  • Must be pursuing either a major in Real Estate or, if a Real Estate major isn’t offered at a particular college, a major in Business Administration with a concentration in Real Estate
  • Must have completed at least one college-level real estate course with a grade of C or better (2.0)
  • Must complete 6 units (or the quarter equivalent) of Real Estate coursework during each semester or quarter funded
  • Can be full-time or part-time
  • Must demonstrate financial need

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Award amounts:

  • $600 per semester or quarter
  • $1200 per academic year

Application period: September 1 - April 30. Scholarships will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, so make sure to apply as early as possible!

How to apply: Download the application below. Include the following items with your application:

  • A letter of recommendation from a Real Estate department instructor
  • Verification of your current semester's Real Estate course enrollment
  • Verification that you have completed at least one three-unit Real Estate course with a grade of C or better

Submit completed application packet to your college’s Scholarship Office. 

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For more information, please contact the Financial Aid/Scholarship Office or the Real Estate Education Coordinator at your community college.

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