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Minority & Ethnic Scholarships
AEP awards a number of scholarships for Eastern's students. The awards are in addition to other universitywide scholarships.
African American scholarships are out there, as are African American college grants. A college education isn't confined to what is contained in your textbook or how much extra credit you can get for completing side projects or doing research for a professor. A postsecondary education allows students to step out of their hometown comfort zone and to develop relationships they may not have otherwise developed. You could learn a lot from someone who comes from a different culture, a different background. This experience can be as valuable as the academic knowledge and career preparation and training you had in mind when you enrolled. This is one of the reasons why colleges offer financial aid packages designed to fill campuses with students of different cultures, economic backgrounds and life experiences. Like students who belong to other minority groups, African American students can benefit from this search for diversity. Numerous scholarships for minorities exist, and many more scholarship awards are available specifically for African American students seeking a postsecondary degree.
The American Indian College Fund also provides scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students attending any other accredited public and non-profit private college all across the United States.
The American Indian Endowed Scholarship helps financially needy students with close social and cultural ties to an in-state American Indian community pursue undergraduate and graduate studies.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Links
American Indians face a unique set of challenges in gaining access to a college education and are one of the most underrepresented groups both in college and in the degree-holding population.
The following organizations provide assistance to young children and their families.
The ability to master two languages isn't just impressive, it's award-worthy. That's why scholarship providers like to reward language loving students with bilingual scholarships.
Lower-income black parents face the challenge of affording top-notch schools for their children. Thankfully, there are organizations like the Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO), which aim to assist in that purpose.
New! 200 Free Scholarships For Minorities
Boren Scholarships provide up to $20,000 to U.S. undergraduate students to study abroad in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad, including Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Scholarship for Latino undergraduate students enrolled at a participating postsecondary institution. Students must be residents of East Los Angeles, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Huntington Park, City of Los Angeles, Montebello, Monterey Park, Pico Rivera, Pomona and the Inland Empire, Santa Ana, South Gate, California OR San Antonio or Austin, Texas OR the greater Chicagoland, Illinois area OR New York state. Students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA, financial need, be first-generation college students, from a low-income family, and demonstrate community service. Number of awards may vary. An interview is required.
The Chicano Education program provides a variety of academic and non-academic support services, benefiting students. Academic services include: advising, scholarship awards and scholarship information, mentorship opportunities, cultural based initiatives, linkages for tutoring needs and a college orientation class
The Dreamer's Scholarship fund awards scholarship to first generation college student who qualify as 1079 status. Deadline is March 20th, 2014.
DiversityJobs.com's scholarship program is open to all diversity and minority students, including Hispanics, African Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, military veterans, women, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBT community.
he Geneseo Migrant Center administers a variety of scholarships, linked below, to offer financial assistance to migrant students who want to further their education.
If you are a citizen or eligible non-citizen, you can qualify for federal grants even if your parents are undocumented. When you complete the FAFSA, you can enter all zeros for your parents' social security numbers.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to Latino students, as well as related support services. HSF seeks to give students all the tools they need to apply to college, do well in their course work, graduate, enter a profession, excel, help lead our nation going forward, and mentor the generations to come.
Colleges are always looking to diversify their campuses and to make their schools more accessible to students of all ethnicities, economic backgrounds and religious beliefs.
It is our goal to provide you, the international student, with the best study abroad and international student scholarship search online. Find college scholarship programs by country, field of study or university name. Programs available include the Fulbright Scholarship, Rotary Scholarships, Postdoctoral Fellowships, Merit Scholarships, College Loans and much more. Awards are available to international student and US study abroad students anywhere in the world.
EducationUSA is a U.S. Department of State-supported network of hundreds of advising centers around the world. Each year, EducationUSA advisers provide millions of international students with accurate, comprehensive, and current information about how to apply to U.S. colleges and universities. EducationUSA staff also work with U.S. higher education professionals to promote international student recruitment.
Education in the U.S. is expensive. Many international students will seek some type of aid to help with tuition and expenses. However, the number of qualified international students competing for these resources is far greater than the number of available scholarships. The following links are provided to help make that search a little easier.
IEFA is the premier resource for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad. At this site, you will find the most comprehensive college scholarship search and grant listings, plus international student loan programs and other information to promote study abroad.
Every year, millions of dollars in scholarships are available for you - but you must apply! We make it easy with this free search tool.
LatPro.com's scholarship program for Hispanic students awards $3,000 annually to currently enrolled undergrads and graduate students from registered schools in the US.
LULAC offers a variety of scholarships for high school seniors, undergraduate & graduate college students through our educational arm, the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc. (LNESC).
MALDEF has always sought to support law students who seek to further MALDEF's mission of advancing the civil rights of the Latino community in the United States through the legal profession. In recent years, MALDEF has annually awarded 5-10 law school scholarships of $5,000 each to deserving law students from throughout the nation.
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The AICPA Scholarship for Minority Accounting Students provides financial awards to outstanding minority students to encourage their pursuit of accounting as a major and their ultimate entry into the profession. Scholarship funding is provided by the AICPA Foundation, with contributions from the New Jersey Society of CPAs, the Accounting Education Foundation of the Texas Society of CPAs and Robert Half International.
The scholarships are intended to provide financial assistance and recognition to qualified minority student entrepreneurs who have started, plan to start, or are interested in starting a business while enrolled in college.
Medical Goods, Inc. is proud to announce that it will be awarding one minority student pursing a higher education in nursing a $1,000.00 scholarship.
Paying for college can be tough for anyone. Tuition, room and board, parking, lab fees and other expenses put constant pressure on paychecks and set up students for years of lingering loans. According to the U.S. Department of Education, undergraduate students at four-year institutions paid an average of $13,927 per year for tuition and fees in 2012.
NABJ awards scholarships annually to deserving students interested in pursuing careers in journalism. Scholarships are worth up to $2,500.
SALEF's mission is to promote the civic participation and representation of the Salvadoran and other Latino communities in the U.S., promote the economic development and democracy in El Salvador, as well as to advocate for its economic, educational, and political advancement and growth.
This site offers a number of scholarship options for African Americans.
This web site was designed to help African American students find the latest scholarships and grants that are being given away by non-profit organizations, government agencies and major corporations.
SIT Study Abroad supports international opportunities for a wide range of students through its scholarship and grant programs. SIT scholarships are awarded to highly qualified students who demonstrate financial need.
TMCF provides merit-based scholarships to students seeking financial assistance to complete their education. TMCF scholarship recipients are awarded annually to students meeting the TMCF eligibility criteria. Awards are made each semester and are based on a verification process designed to ensure that academic expectations are being met and that there is an unmet financial need.
Scholarships for undocumented students are, in many cases, a necessity for who have not legally registered as citizens or residents in the country they reside in. Many unique scholarships are available for legal residents only, making finding financial aid for undocumented immigrants at times incredibly difficult. Fortunately there are some unusual college scholarships for undocumented students available through various programs which help get around this problem for those interested in pursuing a degree from a college.
The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation seeks to inform and maximize the impact of grant making foundations, nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, and public-private partnerships through leadership development initiatives, convening's, and communications so that each can contribute to the good society at home and abroad.
We have numerous scholarships available in our office at 207 Monroe Hall for students to pick up during various times of the the school year. Please stop by our office to see what scholarships we currently have available.