Scholarships

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Don’t let the rising costs of higher education keep you from reaching your dreams. Turn to financial assistance programs to ease your financial load of attending a university!

Scholarships by Major

STEM – Automotive

Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship

The Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship is granted to newcomers and upper-level college students struggling to pay for their educational expenses and have good academic standing.

To be qualified, interested students should have a minimum 3.0 GPA and are officially enrolled in an accredited post-secondary school. They have to hold a full-time status and present a strong interest in joining the automotive industry after program completion. All the required documents should be submitted before the deadline on June 30.

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STEM

Kirk Scholars Program

The Kirk Scholars Program was formed by Bill and Shireen Kirk and has worked with Asphalt Institute Foundation to assist students planning to pursue higher education.

Students who wish to apply must be legal residents of one of the states mentioned on the website. They must be in their full-time junior or senior year in their bachelor’s degree and taking up a degree related to business, marketing, sales, chemistry, civil engineering, or construction management.


Western Digital Scholarship Programs

If you’re a financially struggling student chasing a STEM-related career and belonging to an underrepresented community, you may be qualified for this scholarship program. The dependents of the Wester Digital Employees are also encouraged to submit their application.

The general eligibility criteria include that applicants must be an undergrad currently attending an accredited post-secondary school as a full-time student, hold at least a 3.0 GPA, and demonstrate a financial need. Scholars can receive up to $5,000 worth of assistance.


Samsung@First Scholars

Samsung Semiconductor Inc. strengthens its support to Silicon Valley by establishing a Samsung@First Scholars Program. This initiative aims to help aspiring technologists, scientists, engineers, and mathematicians be future leaders.

This program’s general eligibility requirements include currently being enrolled in the senior year of their undergraduate studies, who is recently accepted to a postgraduate program, enrolled in one of the Bay Area schools, and taking up STEM or CISE-related disciplines. Those college-bound students are welcome to apply as long as they intend to enroll as full-time students in a California-based college or university. Applicants must meet the GPA requirement, at least 3.0. The award amount is worth up to $12,000.


EPP/MSI Undergraduate Scholarship Program

The Education Partnership Program with Minority-Serving Institutions (EPP/MSI) scholarship is offered to junior undergraduates attending STEM-related disciplines that support the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) mission.

Students who want to apply must meet the criteria which include attending full-time learners in their second year in a four-year degree program or third-year in their five-year program. They must also have at least a 3.2 GPA and are legal citizens of the US. The award amount is worth up to $45,000.


Boren Scholarships

Boren Scholarships & Fellowships are funded by the National Security Education Program and managed by the Institute of International Education. This is open to students taking up one of the degree programs specified on Boren’s website. 

Interested students must meet the criteria that include planning to enroll in a STEM-related discipline and write an essay about the web page’s topic. The award amounts vary and will depend on the study abroad duration, from $8,000 to $25,000. The applicant can decide to apply to one of the regional flagship language initiatives provided or design their preferred study program.


SBB Research Group STEM Scholarship

SBB Research Group is an investment management company specializing in products tailored to protect and develop investor capital. 

The company wants to empower students who wish to attend higher education by offering a scholarship. To be eligible, students must be studying in a post-secondary school as a full-time student taking up a STEM-related discipline with at least a 3.5 GPA. They must also write an essay with 500 words about the given topic on the website.


Pureland Supply Vocational and Skilled Trade Scholarship

Pureland Supply specializes in selling projector lamp replacements to various establishments for several decades now. 

The firm wants to show its appreciation to students learning and performing particular trade or labor jobs by offering scholarships. To qualify, students must be officially accepted in an accredited technical, trade school, or community college. Applicants will be asked to formulate an essay about one page long about the topic specified by the firm on its website. The award amount is worth $500.


MyBioSource Inc. Scholarship for “STEM” Majors

MyBioSource, Inc. specializes in the distribution of biotechnological products, both local and abroad. Since it was formed in 2007 in Vancouver, it has now moved its operations to San Diego, California.

The company opens a scholarship program to thriving students granting them access to numerous possibilities in STEM-related fields. 

The opportunity is open to students officially enrolled in an accredited college or university taking up STEM-related discipline. International students are welcome to submit their applications. They will be asked to answer the question provided by the company in a 250-word essay and submit it together with other requirements. The award amount is worth $1,000.

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COMMUNICATIONS/CREATIVE WRITING

George Foreman Scholarship

George Foreman is a boxing legend inspired by Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNF) founder Barney Oldfield and President Lyndon Johnson. Foreman, who once had a troubled life, was rescued by Oldfield and eventually became his mentor. To show Foreman’s gratitude to his mentor, he formed a scholarship program for students pursuing a career in the radio or journalism industry.

Interested students must enroll at the University of Texas in Austin to qualify for this program. They should be at their second year or higher upon application taking up journalism, TV, or radio-related discipline as full-time students. As part of the application process, they should submit a sample of their broadcast pieces together with the required documents. The scholar will receive up to $6,000 worth of financial aid.


Myrna Abelman Siegel Scholarship Fund 

Graduating students from Olympic Heights High School will have a chance to qualify for the Myrna Abelman Siegel Scholarship program. This is open to those planning to pursue a career in journalism, writing, or public relations.

Interested students who wish to qualify must meet the criteria, including being recommended by the chair of the English or Journalism department, have active involvement in school events relevant to their area of study, hold at least a 3.0 GPA, and exhibit a financial need.


Bobette Bibo Gugliotta Memorial Scholarship

This program is formed to honor the late Bobette Bibo Gugliotta, a famous author of multiple books like Pigboat 39, the World War II submarine, and Katzimo: Mysterious Mesa.

Students who wish to submit their application must meet the criteria including, be in their high school senior level or recently graduated from a secondary school in Santa Clara or San Mateo County. They must also be planning to enroll as a full-time learner at a college or university and exhibit their interest in creative writing. The award amount is worth $1,000.

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BUSINESS/COMMUNICATIONS

Merchant Exchange Scholarship Program

The Merchant Exchange Scholarship Program was formed to help students pursue a Maritime Affairs or International Trade industry career. This initiative also encourages individuals to join the workforce by seeking quality education.

To be eligible, applicants must meet the 3.0 GPA requirement and are currently in the junior or senior year of their four-year degree program. Those taking a two-year program should be either freshman or sophomore. Some of the documents they have to submit are the online application, transcript, and recommendation letter. The scholar will receive an award amount from $250-$3,000.


Pam Schneider Memorial Scholarship

The American Advertising Federation-New Mexico Scholarship Fund created this program to financially help students pursuing a career in the advertising or marketing industry.

Interested applicants planning to join the program must be full-time students in an accredited college or university to be eligible. They have to take up one of the selected disciplines and hold a GPA of 3.0 or above. To complete their application, they must submit an essay about the given topic, an official transcript, an updated CV, and a recommendation letter. The scholar will receive an award amount of $1,400.


Quality Company Formations Scholarship

The Qualify Company Formations are known providers of comprehensive company structures to meet all requirements. As part of the offered services, they can efficiently prepare read-to-trade firms in only three working hours. 

The firm wants to financially support college students interested in putting up their own business. To qualify, students must be officially enrolled in an accredited post-secondary school in the US or UK. They should demonstrate their interest in becoming entrepreneurs by presenting a comprehensive business proposal together with other requirements. The award amount is up to $1,250.


InvestmentZen $1k Financial Future Scholarship

The InvestmentZen offers financial advice and other relevant solutions to individuals who wish to become more responsible with their finances. They provide detailed insights on how to manage someone else’s finances while earning money all at once.

The firm seeks to ease aspiring college students’ financial burden, so they formed an annual scholarship program. To qualify, they must be currently attending a post-secondary school in any country. They will need to submit a 1500-word essay about the topic written on the provider’s website before the deadline, which is on April 1, 2021. The award amount is worth $1,000.


Price It Here, Inc. Annual Scholarship Program

Price It Here is an online source for consumers who wish to compare prices of almost everything in the market, from hotel accommodations, software, electronics to various services rendered. It has partnered with a plethora of major suppliers from different industries.

The company wants to support college-bound students who plan to enroll in business-related disciplines. It awards two lucky undergraduates in marketing, business management, business, sales, or advertising fields every year. To qualify, students must be attending as a full-time student in an accredited post-secondary school. They will be asked to submit a 1000-word essay about the topic found on the provider’s website, together with their transcript and other required documents. This scholarship will not need a GPA cutoff.


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MEDIA STUDIES

Jack G. Shaheen Mass Communications Scholarship Award

Incoming and currently enrolled college students with majors in media studies and have a GPA of 3.0, can apply for the Jack G. Shaheen Mass Communications Scholarship. They also have to be US citizens of Arab descent. A $2,500 worth of scholarship award is available to qualified candidates.

The American-Arab Anti Discrimination Committee, an organization with a commitment to protect and defend individuals with Arab heritage in the US, runs the scholarship program.


Media Fellows Scholarship

Washington Media Scholars Foundation helps aspiring college students access high-quality education relevant to the public policy advertising field.

Applicants who plan to join this program will need to submit an essay together with proof of their financial need statement. They also have to provide descriptions for their academic achievements, career goals, and a recommendation letter from their academic advisor. Students must pursue disciplines related to advertising and public policy. This opportunity is open to seniors and juniors but not to first-year students.


The Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation Scholarship

The Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation supports individuals and organizations committed to academic excellence and career development by offering several scholarship programs related to the broadcasting or TV industry.

Qualified students can receive up to $3,500 worth of awards per academic year. To apply for the program, they must be juniors or seniors whose major is relevant to film or television. They also have to be enrolled in an accredited higher education institution taking up a 4-year degree program. Other necessary documents, such as the official transcript and recommendation letters, must be submitted together with the rest of the requirements.

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SCIENCES

Arborjet “Taking Root” College Scholarship Program

The Taking Root Scholarship Program is offered to high school seniors planning to take up Forestry, Landscape Architecture, Entomology, Plant Sciences, or other related disciplines. 

To be eligible for this program, applicants should be enrolled as full-time students in an accredited post-secondary school. They have to complete the online application and submit all the requirements like the official transcript, recommendation letters, and proof of their financial status before the deadline on June 15.


NACIS Student Scholarship

This scholarship program is offered to students taking up geography or other related fields while focusing on their visualization or cartographic design coursework. The National American Cartographic Information Society aims to promote education and cartography by providing access to quality education.

To qualify for this program, applicants have to be matriculated in a two or four-year school pursuing the specified field of study. Those females who belong to minorities and underrepresented groups are highly encouraged to apply. Applicants must submit an essay about the given topic, their cartographic work, and an official transcript on June 15th. The scholar will receive $1,000.

National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Scholarship Programs

This scholarship program was formed to financially help students planning to venture into a profession relevant to mine land reclamation, remediation, and environmental sciences.

Students planning to join the program must be officially enrolled in a post-secondary school based in one of the specified American regions. They must have good character and academic performance. This is exclusively offered to legal US citizens or permanent residents.


R&D Systems Scholarship

R&D Systems is working together with Bio-Techne, a biotechnology organization. The firm specializes in the production of hematology controls and calibrators for clinical and hospital use. Its first product is a platelet-rich-plasma control, and it was named the second producer worldwide to launch whole blood control with platelets.

The organization aims to promote education to students planning to take up science-related programs like Medical, Life, and Health Science by offering a scholarship. Interested students must be studying at a post-secondary school in one of the US, European, or Canadian schools. Besides completing the application form, students need to write a 500-word essay about the firm’s provided topic on their website. The award amount is worth $1,500.


Novus Biologicals Scholarship Program

Novus Biologicals is a Colorado-based biotech firm specializing in developing, licensing, and marketing research materials for the scientific market.

To promote the firm’s mission of advancing scientific achievement, it opened a scholarship program for students who want to pursue science-related professions. To qualify, students must be taking up one of the disciplines: Health Science, Life Science, Medical Science, and other related programs. They must also be officially enrolled in an accredited program with no GPA requirement. Students from Canada and European countries are welcome to submit their applications.


Chief David G. Bailey Fire Science Scholarship

David G. Bailey served in the Cherry Valley Fire Department and was a member of the Northern Illinois Arson Task Force. He was recognized for his outstanding service, kindness, and passion for fire service. The Community Foundation of Northern Illinois (CFNIL), which manages the Chief David G. Bailey Fire Science Scholarship, is a philanthropic group that creates grants and scholarships to charitable organizations and students.

To be eligible, students must be at least 18 years old or above upon application, a firefighter, enrolled in a post-secondary institution taking up fire-related courses. Their commanding officer must approve their courses. They should be serving in one of the fire departments in Boone, Stephenson, Ogle, or Winnebago County. As part of their requirement, they will submit a 300-word essay about the topic found on the provider’s website.


AMS Senior Named Scholarships

The American Meteorological Society scholarship program is formed to honor a loved one or an individual’s contribution to the sciences. This is offered to students taking up degrees related to hydrologic, atmospheric, and oceanic sciences.

To become eligible, students must be in their juniors upon application, enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student, possess a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, and a legal resident of the US. They will be asked to submit proof of their acceptance to the institution. Women, disabled students, minorities, and traditionally underrepresented are encouraged to submit their applications. The award amount ranges from $2,000-$10,000.

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CONSTRUCTION

NAWIC Founders’ Undergraduate Scholarship 

The NAWIC Founders’ Scholarship Foundation helps the construction industry by providing well-trained workers through higher education. This financial assistance program is offered to students taking up construction-related disciplines.

Applicants planning to join the program must be attending a construction-related program in an accredited post-secondary school. They should also attend as full-time students with at least a 3.0 GPA. The student is expected to have a minimum of one term left in a course towards an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.


Airgas – Jerry Baker Scholarship

Airgas is a major gas company that supplies to medical and industrial sectors. The company is aware of the significance of education to the welding industry. To help promote this cause, the organization created a scholarship program in honor of one of their devoted leaders, Jerry Baker, a passionate President of Kentucky Airgas, and served for several years.

Interested applicants must be enrolled in a welding engineering discipline or anything related to qualifying for this program. They must also be 18 years old and above, attending full-time students and holding a minimum of 2.8 GPA. This is not a need-basis scholarship, so anyone who meets the eligibility criteria can submit their application. The scholar will receive $2,500 worth of financial assistance.


The Weitz Company Scholarship Fund

Weitz Company, a major general contractor, wants to support its employees’ children by financially offering a scholarship.

Interested students planning to apply must be a child of the Weitz Company Florida Division. Those students chasing after a career in the construction industry are welcome to apply. They should have at least a 2.5 GPA, be a legal US citizen, and present a financial need. Adult students who are returning to college can also be eligible for the program.


Victory In Scholastic Achievement (VISA.) Scholarship

The Victory In Scholastic Achievement (VISA) Scholarship is sponsored by Hanson Republic LLC, a construction firm owned by a recipient of the Knowledge is Key Inc. scholarship program.

The Hanson Republic wants to financially support college students who exhibit good academic performance through a scholarship program. To qualify, applicants must currently attend an accredited post-secondary institution, present their proof of enrollment, and bear at least a 3.0 GPA upon application. There will be two recipients who will receive the award amounts ranging from $2,000-$3,000.


AIST Foundation Steel Intern Scholarships

The Association for Iron and Steel Technology is a firm specializing in iron and steel production all over the US and abroad.

This AIST scholarship program is open to students pursuing disciplines related to the steel and iron industry. They must meet the criteria that include enrolled as a full-time student of an accredited university with a major in engineering or other related disciplines, a legal citizen of the US, Mexico, or Canada, carries at least a 2.5 GPA, and presents an interest to work in the iron and steel sector. Upon application, they must submit their official transcript, recommendation letters, resume, and essay about the topic found on the provider’s website.

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LAW/LEGAL

The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary – Scholarship

The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary handles cases related to severe injury or death from defective medical equipment, auto parts, and other similar hazardous items. The law firm aims to deliver the most favorable outcome for all its clients in Miami.

The scholarship aims to financially help an aspiring college student who can intensify the awareness of the ramifications of DUI on teens. Interested applicants must be legal citizens of the U.S. and currently enrolled as high school seniors or college students in an accredited post-secondary school. They will need to write an essay with 300 words about the given topic on the website. The award amount is worth $1,000.


The Idaho Advocates Scholarship

The Advocates law firm specializes in personal injury cases in Twin Falls, Washington. The company runs several operations in several cities that include Wyoming, Utah, and Montana.

The legal firm is committed to supporting college students to meet their academic goals by offering a scholarship. To apply for this program, students must be currently attending or having plans to enroll in a law school. Applicants will need to compose an essay of 500 words about the topic specified by the firm on their website. The award amount is worth $1,000.


Spolin Law P.C. Scholarship

Spolin Law P.C. is a legal firm specializing in criminal defense cases formed by a former prosecutor Aaron Spolin. Aside from Los Angeles, the legal firm also holds its operations in other areas in the U.S.

The firm is committed to increasing the awareness of criminal and civil rights issues within the student community by offering an essay contest scholarship. Interested applicants must be currently attending an accredited university or college and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. Applicants need to write their answer in an essay form with 2,000 words about the prompt found on the website. The winner gets an award amount worth $1,000.

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FINE ARTS

Armand Hammer Fine Arts Scholarship

The California State University Bakersfield supports students who are pursuing Fine Arts degrees through the Armand Hammer Fine Arts Scholarship. This program targets students showing exemplary academic performance. To qualify for the scholarship, applicants have to be full-time students, be part of the top 20% of the Fine Arts degree, and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.

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MANUFACTURING

Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs Scholarship

The Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs is a foundation of the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association (FMA) provides scholarships and assists in summer camp programs to nurture and encourage students to pursue careers in the manufacturing industry. Included in the application process, students must submit their official transcript for the review process, enrolled as full-time students taking up a course relevant to the manufacturing industry, and possess at least a GPA of 2.5 for community colleges 3.0 for universities

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AGRICULTURE AND RELATED FIELDS

ICAFS Undergraduate Scholarship

The American Fisheries Society Idaho Chapter offers a scholarship program to undergraduate students pursuing a discipline that supports the society’s mission to preserve fish and aquatic resources.

Students must be involved with the Idaho Chapter if they want to be qualified for this program. They should also present their professional goals that promote the society’s mission. Also, part of the selection criteria includes the GPA, course work accomplishment, involvement in the society’s activities, and career aspirations. The scholar can receive an award amount of $1,500.


Susan B. Martin Scholarship

The American Fisheries Society–Idaho Chapter created a scholarship program to continue Susan B. Martin’s advocacy in promoting fish and aquatic professionals’ development. 

This is open to postgraduate students taking up a program that supports the society’s mission. They must also have career aspirations that promote the mission of the organization. Other criteria for the selection process include their GPA, course work accomplishment, career goals, involvement in the Idaho Chapter and have presented their experiences in inspiring the growth and progress of fish and aquatic scientists. The scholar can receive an award amount of $2,000.


Montana FFA Foundation Scholarship Program

The Montana FFA Foundation provides financial assistance to Montana FFA members to support their academic aspirations while improving the workforce of the state. There are several scholarships available for this application. Applicants will immediately qualify for the aid if they meet the general eligibility requirements.

This program’s general criteria include an active member of the Montana FFA, have completed a minimum of 2 years of agricultural education courses, and have at least a 2.0 GPA. There are other eligibility criteria but will be based on a specific scholarship. All relevant details can be accessed on the provider’s website.


America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders – $1,500 Scholar

Bayer Fund is a non-profit group committed to developing communities where their clients and staff reside and work by giving nutrition, food, community development initiatives, and education. They offered this scholarship program to qualified college-bound students and undergraduates pursuing a career in the agriculture industry to support their mission.

Applicants must meet the criteria requirements that include a high school senior or currently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate and intend to enroll in a certification or degree in agriculture or other related disciplines with at least a 2.5 GPA. The award amount is worth $1,500.


Leslie and Helen Wilson Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship program was established to honor Leslie and Helen Wilson, advocates of education. Apart from working on a farm, Leslie also served in the Soil Conservation Service when he was called upon.

The program is offered to students planning to attend post-secondary education related to agriculture discipline. To qualify, applicants must be residing at Webster County and actively involved in church and community. They will also need to submit an essay about the topic written on the provider’s website. This is a yearly scholarship, and the deadline for the application is every 20th of April.

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ENGINEERING

ACEC Academic Year Scholarship Program

The American Council of Engineering Companies strongly promotes the importance of higher education to students who wish to be a part of the engineering industry. To support this cause, the organization offers scholarships to aspiring engineers.

Students planning to join the program must be in their junior year or above to be eligible for the general scholarship. They also have to take up a bachelor’s or master’s degree program with an ABET accreditation. Applicants will be evaluated based on their work experience, essay, GPA, recommendation, and extracurricular activities.


Lisa Kaminski Memorial Scholarship

The Lisa Kaminski Memorial Scholarship is offered to students committed to making a difference in technology, just like Lisa Kaminski. She is a known advocate of making a difference to society through involvement in community service.

Students who wish to plan in this program must meet the criteria that include a graduate in the Greater Cincinnati area, bear an exemplary community service record, and plan to pursue a STEM-related major at any accredited college or university. They must also submit letters of recommendation upon application. Women will be given importance should there be a tie in the final list of applicants. The award amount is worth $2,500.

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FINANCE

Christopher K. Smith Memorial Scholarship

The Delaware State Education Association members want to help aspiring teachers alleviate their financial struggles as they pursue their academic goals. 

The student who wants to apply to this program must meet the eligibility requirements that include a completed secondary education from a public high school, planning to pursue a teaching career in a public school in Delaware by attending a four-year degree program, and possess at least a 3.0 GPA. They also have to submit the required documents such as their transcript, reference letters, and a record of their school activities for the past four years. The award amount is worth $1,000.


Conservation Scholarship Program Renewal

The Arkansas Game & Fish Commission (AGFC) Scholarship Program aims to support students who want to pursue careers in education, fish and wildlife management, and natural resources.

Interested applicants must meet requirements that include a full-time student at an accredited Arkansas-based post-secondary school and intend to attend one of the specified degree programs with at least a 2.5 GPA. The award amounts may vary from $1,000-$2,000. The funds will be directly credited to the student’s host school.


Claudia K. Salewske Memorial Scholarship

The loved ones of Claudia Salewske formed the scholarship program to honor her legacy as an English instructor for more than two decades. She was a compassionate teacher to her student and very devoted to her love for teaching, writing, and literature. The scholarship is funded by her generous family, friends, former students, and community members. 

Students who wish to submit their application must be in their senior year at Gilroy High School, Mt. Madonna High School, or Christopher High School in California. They also have to be accepted to a post-secondary institution with plans to enroll in English or Education-related degree programs. Students who want to pursue a teaching profession will be prioritized. Another important requirement is an essay of 500 words about the given topic. The award amount is worth $3,000.

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THE ARTS

BOTH Scholarship

This scholarship program aims to offer financial assistance to university students with business majors who are also interested in creative arts. 

Interested applicants must come from the African Diaspora and are officially admitted to a four-program. Those who are in a graduate program can also be eligible for this scholarship. Some of the accepted degrees include Information Systems, Finance, Economics, International Business, and Finance. They also have to write a narrative about the given topic and submit it before August 31.


BMI Future Jazz Master Scholarship

The BMI Foundation is a non-profit group formed by the top officials of Broadcast Music Incorporated to promote music education through scholarships, awards, grants, commissions, and internships.

The foundation administers an annual scholarship program open to students taking up jazz major or other related programs. To qualify, they must be enrolled in an accredited higher education institution and at least 17 years old. As part of the requirements, they will be asked to submit recordings of their recent performances and other essential documents. The award amount is worth $5,000.


Hach & Rose, LLP Annual College Scholarship

Hach & Rose, LLP is a legal firm that handles personal injury cases based in New York City. Their associates have a combined significant experience in injury cases and managed to deliver a substantial amount in every settlement or verdict for their clients.

The law firm created an annual scholarship program to give back to the community and help college-bound students achieve their academic goals. To qualify for the $5,000 worth of scholarship, applicants must have some connection or have been touched by an injured person due to the other party’s negligence. They must be 18 years or older and legal US residents. The benefactor requires a 2,500-word essay about the topic on the provider’s website. 


iCanvas Art Scholarship

iCanvas provides canvas art and framed printed paper in multiple sizes and frame styles. They specialize in hand-made to order products which are done by their highly-competent in-house team.

The company wants to help aspiring art students by offering a scholarship financially. To qualify, they must submit any form of visual art such as photography, drawing, digital, sculpture, or painting. Students must be attending an art-related program at an accredited college or university. There is no age requirement, but applicants must be a legal resident of the US. The deadline for the application is the end of this year, and the award amount is worth $1,000.


Future Designer Scholarship

CardsDirect is a firm whose business operation focuses on custom printed cards and stationery products in the US.

Interested students can apply for this scholarship program by meeting the eligibility requirements, one of which is they must be 17 years old and attend a post-secondary education institution. They also have to submit a holiday-focused original photograph or work of art. The Award amount is worth $2,500

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MEDICINE

ASCLS Scholarship

The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science – Minnesota (ASCLS- MN) offers scholarship opportunities to students attending medical lab-related programs. This initiative is sponsored by several sponsors, including the United Hospital Foundation, Elizabeth Panning Fund, and The Minnesota Society of Pathologists.

Interested applicants must be officially accepted to selected NAACLS accredited programs in Minnesota to be eligible. Those taking up hospital-based disciplines are also welcome to apply. Also, students should meet the GPA requirement of at least 2.7. To complete their application, they have to submit recommendation letters and proof of their economic status. All requirements should be submitted before the deadline on June 15.


Dr. James L. Hutchinson and Evelyn Ribbs Hutchinson Medical School Scholarship

The Hutchinson Medical School Fund was created to honor the Hutchinson couple by their colleagues, friends, patients, and community officials who also made generous contributions to fund this program. Dr. and Mrs. Hutchinson plan to offer educational opportunities to students who pursue a medical field career. 

Applicants who wish to qualify must be accepted to medical school or have already been enrolled full-time students in an accredited medical school program. They also must present the motivation for excellence in their character and studies. High school graduates of Santa Clara or San Mateo county are welcome to apply. The scholar can receive up to $2,000 worth of awards.


Explore Medical Careers Scholarship

Explore Medical Careers is an online resource of the latest medical careers and other related employment topics. The website aims to be a credible source for individuals planning to enter the medical industry, from their education to employment.

The company grants scholarships to college-bound students pursuing medical-related discipline every year. To qualify, students must be legal citizens of the US and pursue a medical-related job following their graduation. They will also need to submit proof of acceptance and a 1000-word essay about the topic found on the provider’s website. The award amounts range from $500-$1,500.


Franklin D. Boyce Health Scholarship

This scholarship program was formed to honor the years of service by Mr. Franklin Boyce as the CEO of John Randolph Medical Center and the foundation’s first CEO. It is open to all students pursuing disciplines in health care and medicine.

Interested students must meet the criteria to qualify for this program, which includes enrolling in a college as part-time or full-time students, taking up programs relevant to health care, presenting financial need, and hold a minimum 3.0 GPA. The award amount is worth $2,500, directly credited to the student’s host school.

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HEALTHCARE/MEDICAL/DENTISTRY

Golden State Nursing Foundation

The Golden State Nursing Foundation offers financial support to aspiring nurses through a scholarship program. This assistance initiative will alleviate their academic costs as they pursue their passion for a nursing career.

Interested students must be enrolled in a nursing program at an accredited post-secondary school to be qualified. Those taking up a postgraduate degree can also apply for this scholarship. The selection committee will heavily consider their active involvement with nursing-affiliated organizations and volunteer work. Some of the documents that applicants have to submit are letters of support, a transcript, and an essay about the given topic. The scholar will receive $500.


Heartland Goldens and Mini Goldendoodles Veterinarian Scholarship

This financial assistance program is created to help high school graduates who have a passion for animals and pursue careers related to animal science, animal nutrition, biological sciences, or pre-vet sciences. 

Apart from taking up one of the specified disciplines, applicants must also be officially accepted to an accredited higher education institution. They have to possess a good character and academic standing and have been actively involved with animal welfare projects. The scholar will receive $500.


RCA Hope for Addiction Scholarship

Recovery Centers of America (RCA) is an addiction treatment facility. They deliver comprehensive treatment solutions for patients, and their families, struggling with alcohol and drug addiction.

The RCA aims to support students to pursue their academic aspirations, earn a degree, and intend to help individuals struggling with addiction afterward. To become eligible, students must be residing in the US as a legal resident, currently attending an accredited post-secondary institution, and taking up disciplines relevant to helping patients and their families deal with addiction. Applicants need to create an essay with 1,000 words on an RCA-provided topic.


Medical Scrubs Collection Scholarship

Medical Scrubs Collection is known and one of the biggest online shops for nursing uniforms. Since it was established in 2009, the company continues to supply the latest medical apparel to medical professionals.

The shop wants to recognize students who went above and beyond to help others by offering an annual scholarship. To qualify, students must be US citizens who attend an accredited post-secondary institution in the US, hold a minimum 3.0 GPA, and pursue a discipline related to the medical field. They will be asked to write a 500-word essay on a topic to be provided by the company. The award amount is worth $1,000.


Express Medical Supply Scholarship Program

Express Medical Supply is a retail shop that offers lower-priced items such as diapers, wheelchairs, and other medical supplies. The Missouri-based shop continues to provide quality products at very affordable prices for more than a decade now.

During this unprecedented time, the company wants to help college students financially through a scholarship contest. To enter, they must upload and share an image that best illustrates the topic specified by the provider on their website. They will also have to write a brief description of that image. It must be shared on social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. The award amount is worth $500.

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE/ LAW/ POLITICAL SCIENCE

Sophie and Hans Scholl Memorial Scholarship

The Public Education Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and develop education within the community by offering scholarships and facilitating other school improvement initiatives. One of the scholarships they administer is the Sophie and Hans Scholl Memorial Scholarship program open to graduating high school seniors.

Applicants planning to join the program should have plans to take up Political Science or German-related discipline at an accredited higher education institution in the US or Germany. They will also be asked to submit essays about topics provided on the application webpage, transcript, and a recommendation letter. The scholarship award is worth $1,200.


Branch Out Scholarship

Bisnar Chase is a personal injury legal firm based in California. It has several legal offices all over the state and continues to offer legal services to the local community for more than five years.

The firm is devoted to helping students achieve their academic aspirations financially, and so the Branch Out Scholarship program was formed. Interested students must be currently enrolled in an accredited university with a minimum 2.5 GPA to qualify for this program. They will need to answer the questions in an essay form and submit it together with the required documents. The award amount is worth $1,000, and their chosen charity organization will also receive $500.

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ENGLISH

Antonette Willa Skupa Turner Scholarship

This scholarship program is named after Anton and Ántonia Shimerda in Willa Cather’s novel My Ántonia. Cather was a product of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The scholarship is open to aspiring college students who plan to pursue English or history disciplines in an accredited post-secondary institution. They must be high school seniors upon application. The criteria for selection will include the applicant’s character, intellectual ability, and creativity. The award amount is worth $1,000, and the scholarship is non-renewable. The deadline for the application is on February 28, every year.


Norma Ross Walter Scholarship

Norma Ross Walter was a newspaper editor in California. She was a known lover of Cather and also strongly supported education for your women. Following her death, she left a substantial amount to fund a scholarship program.

To qualify for this program, Nebraska female students must be planning to attend an English degree program at an accredited college or university. The selection committee will look into factors such as the applicant’s intelligence, creativity, and character. The award amount ranges from $1,250 to $2,500.

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DENTISTRY

Sigma Phi Alpha Undergraduate Scholarship

Sigma Phi Alpha Undergraduate Scholarship is open to students enrolled in an accredited dental hygiene academic institution with an active chapter of the organization. To qualify, applicants must be a member of the Sigma Phi Alpha with good standing and hold at least a 3.5 GPA. Every year, they grant one scholarship worth $1,000.

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AUTOMOTIVE

CARiD Scholarship Program

CARiD is an auto repair and maintenance service company. They also offer performance upgrades and modifications done by their experienced staff.

The company is offering a $1,000-worth scholarship to students that exhibit interests in cars or anything related to the automotive field. This program will require them to make and submit a picture that shows their car-related experience. It can be their first car, vehicle modifications they’ve done to it, anything that makes their car stand out from the rest, or a fascinating car you’ve seen. The content has to be creative enough. To qualify, the student must be attending a college or university and is between 16 and 20 years old.

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SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT/ TECHNOLOGY

NJ Chapter of HIMSS Scholarship Application

This scholarship is offered to students pursuing healthcare information technology, healthcare information management, or clinical informatics. 

Interested students must be officially enrolled in an accredited New Jersey-based, post-secondary school taking up a relevant discipline. They also have to hold a minimum B average. To complete their application, they have to submit their transcript and essay about the provided topic on the website. The scholar will receive an award amount of $2,500.


Etta Gray Memorial Scholarship Program

The William Hipp family established the Etta Gray Memorial Scholarship Program to honor their loving caregiver, Etta Gray. This scholarship is exclusive to college students who are permanent residents in Upstate, South Carolina.

To qualify, students must pursue a technical certification program at one of the selected schools stated on the provider’s website and take up courses such as Information Systems, Network Administration, Computer Technology, Information Technology, and P.C. Programming. They must also have at least a 2.5 and present a financial need. Students will be asked to submit their current transcript and an autobiographical essay before the deadline on January 31, 2021. The award amount is worth $5,000.

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ECONOMICS

Pollman Fellowship

Outstanding postdoctoral graduates of Harvard University Graduate School of Design will have the chance to be awarded the Pollman Fellowship in Real Estate and Urban Development. 

To qualify, students must be enrolled in economic development, urban economics, and political economy programs. Those taking up degrees in urban planning and related to real estate and urban development are welcome to submit their application. Once selected, the fellow must generate at least one paper that is ready for publishing. The award amount is worth $30,000 with medical benefits. The fellow must use the funds to cover their living and research-related costs. 

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PSYCHOLOGY

Sharon Stephens Brehm Undergraduate Psychology Scholarships

This scholarship program is offered to psychology students with good academic standing. The Sharon Stephens Brehm Undergraduate Psychology Scholarship program aims to financially help students by paying for a portion of their academic-related expenses.

To qualify, you should be attending an accredited post-secondary institution, taking up psychology as their major, and holds at least a 3.5 GPA. They will be assessed by their academic performance, financial status, and their interest in psychology. There will be six potential scholars that will receive the award amount worth $5,000.

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ARCHITECTURE

Ehrlich Rominger Scholarship

Joseph Ehrlich and Jack Rominger want to financially help students aspire to be architects by offering a scholarship program. The Silicon Valley Community Foundation assists in administering the program. 

Students interested in applying for this program must be currently taking up an architecture degree program at an accredited post-secondary school in Santa Clara County. They also must be legal residents of the U.S. There will be two scholars, and the award amount is up to $5,000.

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HOSPITALITY

Anthony Narigi Hospitality Scholarship Fund

The Monterey Plaza Hotel and Spa founded the Anthony Narigi Hospitality Scholarship Fund to honor the legacy of Anthony Nicholas Narigi, a well-respected, long-time staff of the hotel. This is offered to students planning to join the hospitality industry.

Interested applicants must be living in Santa Clara County, Monterey County, San Francisco County, Napa County, Sonoma County, or Contra Costa County. They also have to be currently attending an academic program relevant to the hospitality industry. They should also maintain at least a 2.5 GPA and have completed a minimum of 100 hours in a hospitality workplace. The award amount is up to $5,000, and there will be five chosen recipients of this scholarship.

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HUMANITIES

Fryxell Scholarship

Dr. Lucy Fryxell forms the Fryxell Scholarship to honor the memory of her husband. The couple was both master teachers who committed their life to look after the students’ welfare and develop their potential.

Interested students planning to join the program must be taking up Humanities as their major and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Those taking up journalism or English major are also encouraged to apply. The scholar will receive $1,000 worth of financial assistance. As part of the application process, the student needs to submit an essay with 700 words.

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MINISTRY

Mary Hill Davis Scholarship Program

This scholarship program was created to support aspiring lay and vocational ministry leaders financially.

Hopeful scholars must be pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in a Texas Baptist University and meet the GPA requirement of 3.0 to be qualified. They must prove that they’re actively involved in ethnic or minority culture and their affiliation to a Texas Baptist church. The list of selected institutions accepted for this scholarship can be found on the provider’s website.

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Scholarships by Athletic/Artistic Ability

The Fountainhead Essay Contest

Ayn Rand Institute is an online source for writings, life, and work of Ayn Rand, the known novelist, and philosopher that captured the hearts of thousands of readers from different walks of life.

The organization aims to support students who demonstrate outstanding writing skills by offering a scholarship essay contest. Interested students must be currently enrolled in a post-secondary school. This contest is open to students from around the world. The essay that they will submit must have no more than 1,600 words about a specified topic by the organization on their website. The award amounts range from $500-$10,000.

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Scholarships by Military Affiliation

Huebner Scholarship

The Huebner Scholarship is offered to children of active-duty soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division. It is named after Lt. Gen. Clarence L. Huebner, who commanded the Big Red One in World War II. 

To be eligible scholars, applicants should be officially accepted to a college or university. They must present proof of acceptance to the institution. The program committee will heavily consider their academic standing and career aspirations. Some of the important documents they should submit are the official transcript, recommendation letters, and an essay about the topic. The scholar will receive an award amount of up to $10,000.


Matthews & Swift Scholarship

This scholarship program is administered by the Knights of Columbus and offered to the organization members’ children with good standing and are killed or permanently injured while on duty in the armed forces. Also, those children of firefighters and law enforcers can apply for this program.

Interested students planning to join the program must attend a Catholic college and provide proof of enrollment. They also need to enroll in a bachelor’s degree program and be 26 years old and below upon application. The scholar will receive up to $25,000 worth of financial assistance, which should only cover educational expenses.

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Scholarships by Employer/Organization/Institution

Emerald Creek Capital College Scholarship

The Emerald Creek Capital College Scholarship program is open to secondary students from New York City who are active National Honor Society members. This need-based program aims to alleviate the financial burden of attending higher education.

To qualify, students have to write a narrative about the given topic. They also have to prepare their official transcript and proof of their financial status. All documents have to be submitted before June 30. A chosen scholar can receive an award amount of $10,000.


Epilepsy Reach Education Scholarship Program

This scholarship program is offered to students suffering from seizure or epilepsy disorder attending higher education. This aims to cover the academic-related costs.

Interested applicants must provide proof of their medical condition and legally reside in North or South Carolina. To complete their application, they must write an essay and submit the standard requirements before the deadline on June 30. Some of the important documents include the completed application form, transcript, and recommendation letters. The scholar will receive an award of $1,000.


Delete Cyberbullying Scholarship

This scholarship program aims to strengthen the efforts of deleting cyberbullying and invites secondary and post-secondary students to participate. They get to support the initiative while receiving assistance for their academic expenses.

To be eligible, applicants have to be officially enrolled in an accredited college or university. If still in high school, they have to plan on attending a post-secondary school. Their entries must be submitted before the deadline on July 30 and sent to the given address. The criteria for judging the essay are based on content, creativity, and commitment to deleting cyberbullying. The chosen scholar will receive $1,000.



Charles Abrams Scholarship

The American Planning Association wanted to honor Charles Abrams’ legacy through this scholarship program. He was known for his commitment to helping students attending planning-related disciplines.

To be eligible, applicants have to present a financial need and be nominated by the designated department chair of the program. They also have to be accepted to one of the selected schools identified on the website. All the requirements, like the recommendation and nomination letters, should be submitted before June 14.


Lisa Michelle Memorial Fund Scholarship

The LMM Fund Scholarship was created to financially support students who lost a parent to alcohol or substance abuse. Danielle E. Olson wanted to honor his mother, Lisa Michelle Miller, through this initiative.

Interested students must be matriculated in an accredited higher education institution and legal residents of the US to qualify. They can still be eligible even if they’re part-time or full-time undergraduates as long as they meet the GPA requirement of 3.0. They must present proof of their guardian or parent who died due to substance abuse. To complete their application, they have to write a narrative about the provided topic. Chosen scholars will receive $1,000.


Larry F. Ball Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was formed to honor Larry Ball’s memory, a loving father, and a passion for helping others. He believed that quality education is the key ingredient to success.

Applicants must be legal residents of Ohio pursuing a bachelor’s degree in an accredited post-secondary school. This is offered to female students who are actively involved in the community service. Those who are nontraditional female undergraduates are also welcome to submit their applications. The award amount is worth $4,000.


Holly Scanlan Foundation

The Holly Scanlan Foundation aims to help students with cancer or have a family member with a similar disease pursuing higher education. 

Before scholars qualify for this program, they have to be official residents of Minnesota or Connecticut and matriculated as full-time students in an accredited post-secondary school. They also have to be referred by an oncology social worker or care manager and hold a minimum of 2.75 GPA. The program committee will pay close attention to their community-service involvement. The scholar will receive $5,000.


James A. Gates Oak Park D97 Teacher Scholarship

James A. Gates was a dedicated teacher of Oak Park Elementary School District 97. To honor his legacy, this scholarship was established and offered to full-time employees of District 97who are in their first two years of their teaching profession.

Students planning to join must be 18 years of age or older upon the application. It is a must that they’re currently working as teachers in Oak Park District 97. The scholar will receive $1,400 worth of assistance that will go directly to their existing academic loans.


Catherine Devereux Brandstrader Scholarship

This scholarship program is formed to honor the memory of Catherin Devereux Brandstrader to help female secondary students achieve their academic goals financially.

Individuals who intend to submit their application must be currently enrolled in one of the secondary schools written on the website. This is exclusively offered to female high school seniors who come from big families and struggle to support their kids’ education, especially those going to college. The GPA requirement is at least 3.0. Scholars will receive $1,500 worth of assistance.

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College or University Scholarships

AEL Collegiate Essay Contest

Pepperdine Libraries has a yearly collegiate essay contest to financially help qualified students in their academic costs. They will be given a prompt to answer and elaborate their thoughts impressively. Their entry will be judged according to how they’ve presented their argument.

Students who plan on applying for the scholarship must be legal US citizens and officially enrolled in an accredited post-secondary school. They also have to strictly follow instructions for their entry, such as having at least five pages with about 2,000 words. The deadline for the essay is on June 30. There will be three winners, and they can get from $1,000-$2,500.


Tuition Promise Scholarship

Berea College offers a no-tuition scholarship program. Students will only fork out less than $1,000 for housing, fees, and meals and receive financial assistance for available books. Students should have at least a GPA of 3.0, present a financial need, and have character recommendations as part of the eligibility requirements.


Knight-Hennessy Scholars at Stanford University

The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program promotes diversity in the multidisciplinary community of leaders from across the world and teaches them to collaborate as they prepare to face the challenges in society. As scholars, they will acquire loads of community experiences, engage in various workshops, and join global study trips.

To be qualified for the program, students must attend a graduate program at Stanford University as full-time students. Also, they should have graduated between January 2014-September 2021 and are available to residents from around the world.


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Disability Scholarships

Autism Can Do Scholarship

This scholarship is meant to support high school graduates with autism financially and plan to further their education. This initiative also encourages society to continue to support autism and that individuals diagnosed with such a condition are filled with opportunities, just like other students. 

To be eligible, applicants should be identified to be autistic with proof from their physician. They have to reside in Canada or the US and have just graduated from secondary school. The award amount of $5,000 is intended to finance their academic plans, continue to college or participate in various training activities. The student must submit the requirements and their design for a sock before the deadline on June 15.


AB Irvine Scholarship

Civitan International administers the AB Irvine Scholarship. A community service organization focused on helping individuals with developmental disabilities. It aims to alleviate their academic costs while completing their degree program.

Applicants should be studying in an accredited college or university and currently in their 3rd or 4th year of their enrolled program. They also have to be legal residents of Texas, Colorado, or New Mexico and enrolled in a school-based in one of the states. Students must be pursuing a career in helping individuals with special needs and hold a GPA of 3.0 or higher.


Bristol-Myers Squibb Scholarship for Cancer Survivors

Bristol Myers Squibb Company, a New York-based pharmaceutical organization, manufactures prescription medications and biologics in various therapeutic areas such as cancer, cardiovascular illnesses, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, psychiatric disorders, and rheumatoid arthritis.

The scholarship program is for cancer survivors, who are 25 years old and under, planning to continue their vocational or college programs. Applicants must have a physician’s proof of diagnosis that they got treatment and survived cancer. Also, they have to enroll in an undergraduate curriculum in a higher education institution as full-time students. The GPA must be a minimum of 3.5. A scholarship award worth $10,000 will be available to 25 students.


The John Lepping Memorial Scholarship

The John Lepping Memorial Scholarships help disabled young individuals aspiring to continue their education. The organization is aware of the struggles that their families went through to financially support college education, their medication, and rehabilitation procedure simultaneously. Hence, they welcome youths with disabilities to apply for the said program.

There will be four recipients of a scholarship award worth $5,000. To be eligible, students must provide proof of their disabilities, such as spinal cord injury, psychological conditions, PTSD, and a letter of confirmation from the physician. Also, they have to be U.S. citizens based in New York, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania.


Jacqueline Shearer Memorial Scholarship

The Jacqueline Shearer Memorial Fund was created to honor and carry out Jacqueline Shearer’s legacy. At age 11, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and battled for more than ten years.

The scholarship program is open to young adults, from 15-39 years old, who are cancer survivors or who supported a parent or sibling who had cancer.  Applicants have to exhibit financial need and are planning to pursue a college degree. They have to be in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan zone, to be eligible for the program.

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Scholarships by GPA

Crimson Transfer Scholarship

Transfer students enrolled at the Gwynedd Mercy University as full-time learners can apply for the Crimson Transfer Scholarship. Upon application, they must already hold a 3.0 GPA and have completed the initial admissions process. The recipient can renew their scholarship for three years as long as they keep a minimum of 3.0 GPA.


Mother Mary Bernard Scholarship

First-time students at the Gwynedd Mercy University can apply for the Mother Mary Bernard Scholarship program. As part of the selection process, this program is based on the applicant’s high school GPA. The scholarship is open for renewal for up to three years, as long as they’ve maintained a minimum 2.75 GPA. The award amount ranges from $18,000-$19,000.


McAuley Scholarship

The McAuley Scholarship is offered to students of Gwynedd Mercy University who hold a minimum of 3.5 GPA. Students must be first-time students at the university and are part of the Honors Program. Normally, those under McAuley Scholarship can qualify for the Presidential Scholarship–a full-tuition grant. The award amount ranges from $18,000-$19,000.

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Diversity Scholarships

Clem Judd Jr. Memorial Scholarship

The scholarship program is administered by Hawaii Hotel Industry Foundation to honor Clem Judd Jr.’s legacy as a visionary leader in the tourism industry of Hawaii.

Students planning to join the program must be residents of Hawaii and belong to Hawaiian ancestry. They must write an essay about the given topic and submit the standard requirements like the official transcript and recommendation letters before the deadline on June 30.


FS-ISAC Building Cybersecurity Diversity Scholarship

Female students pursuing cybersecurity programs can apply for this scholarship opportunity. The Financial Services – Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) administers this initiative, hoping to support qualified students to meet their academic aspirations financially.

Apart from being women, applicants should be accepted to an accredited post-secondary institution and attend cybersecurity-related discipline to be eligible. Some of the basic requirements include an official transcript and proof of their good character standing. Chosen scholars have to agree to be representatives of the scholarship program of FS-ISAC when needed. The award amount is up to $10,000.


Judith McManus Price Scholarship

This scholarship program is granted to women and minorities taking up a Planning Accreditation Board (PAB)-approved program. This initiative was formed to honor Judith McManus, an extraordinary planner in Texas and New Mexico.

Students planning to apply for this need-based scholarship should be minorities and enrolled in an accredited higher education institution. They also have to be legal citizens of the US and pursue to be planners in the public industry. All required documents must be sent before the deadline on June 14.


LGBTQA+ Fashion Scholarship

This scholarship is extended to high school graduates who are passionate about fashion and pursuing a relevant career. 

Applicants have to hold at least a 3.25GPA and be enrolled in an accredited post-secondary school to qualify. They must be identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender and are legal residents of the US or permanent residents. They have to submit their sample sketches and an essay about the provided topic to complete their application. Chosen scholars will receive $500-$1,000 worth of assistance.


APA Foundation Scholarship

The American Planning Association (APA) Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports the importance of quality education to succeed. It also aims to empower members of the LGBTQ community currently enrolled in an accredited college or university.

To join the program, applicants should be attending a Planning Accreditation Board-approved program and active APA members. They have to belong to one of the selected groups like veterans, women, people of color, PWDs, indigenous descent, or the LGBTQ community. To complete their application, they must submit important documents like recommendation letters, official transcripts, and proof that they are financially in need before the deadline on June 14.


Air Products Women of Gases & Welding Scholarship

Air Products is committed to promote and support technical education for several years. One of its initiatives to champion this cause is by forming a scholarship program for women pursuing a career in the welding industry.

Students planning to submit their application must be female attending a welding-related degree program. They must not be older than 18 years old, holding a high school diploma, and a legal citizens of the US. They have to be enrolled as full-time students with at least a 2.5GPA to be eligible for application. The scholar will receive $2,500 worth of financial assistance.

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Overseas Scholarships

The ExpressVPN Future of Privacy Scholarship 

ExpressVPN is a private network service online managed by the British Virgin Islands. Its product is sold as a security and privacy software that protects users’ web traffic and hides their IP addresses.

The company wants to emphasize the importance of being aware of online threats and learning basic privacy rights. Hence, they created a scholarship essay contest to hear what the young generation has to say about some pressing digital issues. Besides the required essay, applicants must be currently attending a post-secondary institution in one of the countries that include the US, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa. The scholarship will soon reopen in January 2021.

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Graduate Scholarships

MBA Scholarships

MBA Insights delivers real and credible information on admissions resources available to aspiring MBA students. They offer GMAT preparation services that include an extensive list of GMAT courses.

The review center aims to financially support by offering a scholarship to prospective MBA students worth $500. To qualify, applicants must intend to enroll in the next 12 months in an accredited graduate program and a US legal resident. International students holding a valid visa are welcome to apply. There will only be one entry per student, and one winner will be drawn every year.

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International Scholarships

Scholarship Program For Marketing

Sprak Design is a firm specializing in graphic design and space planning and interior that serves clients from India and several other countries.

The company wants to help aspiring marketing professionals to accomplish their academic goals by offering a scholarship. To qualify, applicants must be full-time students attending an accredited post-secondary institution in the US, Australia, and Canada schools. They must be pursuing Journalism, Marketing, or other related disciplines with a minimum of 3.9 GPA, a legal resident in the countries mentioned, and at least 18 years old upon the application. The award amount is worth $5,000.

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Trade/Vocational Scholarships

David R. Woodling Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship program was formed to honor David R. Woodling’s memory and financially support students enrolled in an accredited public school pursuing a relevant metals technology career.

Students must be legal residents of New Mexico that hold a 2.5 GPA or higher to be eligible. They should also be accepted in a certificate or degree metal technology program. Some of the required documents they need to submit are their official transcript, a narrative about the given topic, and recommendation letters. The scholar will receive an award amount of up to $4,600.


Farr Brothers Technical Scholarship

This scholarship is administered by the Rotary Club of Oak Park-River Forest and offered to students attending a trade or vocational program. 

Applicants who plan to join this program must be in their high school senior level and have participated in community service activities. They also must be students of Oak Park & River Forest High School. The scholar will receive $1,000 worth of assistance.