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AIA/AAF SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM c/o Mary Felber Minority /Disadvantage Scholarships The American Architectural Foundation



High school seniors and junior college students entering degree programs at schools of architecture; students who have completed first year at four-year college are ineligible.

December , 2023

1) Ron Brown Scholarships

2)  Davidson Fellow Scholarships

3) United Negro College Fund Scholarships

4) Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarships

5) Intel Science Talent Search

6) Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund

7) FinAid: The Smart Students Guide to
  Financial Aid (scholarships)

8) United Negro College Fund

9) Gates Millennium Scholarships (Annual)

10) McDonald's Scholarships (Annual)

11) Broke Scholars Scholarships

12) National Society of Black Engineers Scholarships

Scholarships for Students Experiencing Homelessness

NAEHCY Scholarship

This award supports students eligible for McKinney-Vento assistance or those who experienced homelessness in the previous six years. Applications are due May 28th, and award amounts vary.

Chicago Coalition for the Homeless Scholarship

Students aged 24 or younger who either are active with or are former clients of the Coalition can apply for this $2,500 scholarship if they possess a 2.5 GPA or higher and completed the FAFSA. Applications are due April 15th.

EEqual Scholarship

This $2,000 scholarship covers tuition for learners experiencing housing instability or homelessness and provides mentors to support them through their college years. Applications are due March 31st.

Hope Starts Here Scholarship

Students aged 21 or younger who have experienced homelessness can apply for this award if they live in New Hampshire. Award amounts vary, and applications are due May 1st.

Foster Hope Academic Award

For those attending an accredited Wisconsin college, this award supports students who experienced homelessness or housing insecurity in childhood. Award amounts vary, and applications are due June 5th.

Scholarships for Low-Income Students

Gates Millennium Scholarship

This award supports low-income students of color who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement. Applicants need a 3.3 or higher GPA and eligibility for the Pell Grant. Award amounts vary, and applications are due September 15th.

Horatio Alger National Scholarship

This $25,000 award supports students who overcame great obstacles, including financial hardship, to make it to college. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and submit applications by March 15th.

JuJu Foundation Scholarship

Students facing economic hardship can apply for this $5,000 award by writing an essay about their needs, intents, ambitions, and goals. Applications must be received by June 30th.

Women with Promise Scholarship

These awards range from $250 to $5,000 and support women in desperate need of financial support for tuition, books, and fees. Applicants must

Laila Uthman Scholarship

This $1,000 academic award supports learners who experienced academic or personal difficulties and who are planning to enroll in a community college, vocational school, or four-year college. Application deadlines vary.

Federal Financial Aid (FASFA)

The Free Application for Student Financial Aid (FAFSA) identifies students who qualify for federal student aid in the form of grants, work-study funds, and loans. Students experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity may need to take a couple of extra steps, but it is worth their time to fill out the application.

After answering that you are homeless or at risk of becoming so, you do not have to provide your parents’ or guardians’ financial information. You also do not need a living address, but you do need a mailing address of a friend or relative who can receive mail for you.

You may also need to provide documentation confirming your homeless status. Examples of those who can confirm this include the homeless liaison at your high school, an employee of a homeless youth center, or someone in an official role who knows your housing status.

              Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Scholarship Program

Encouraging Educators, Promoting Growth

The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Scholarship Program encourages Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) students to become educators, school nurses, school counselors or school therapists and to promote professional growth for BIPOC teachers and Education Support Professionals (ESP) members.

Applications are now available!

Deadline:Friday, February 10, 2024

Award Amount:up to $6,000

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Scholarship Program - California Teachers Association (

Farah & Farah launched the Empowering Greatness Scholarship in 2020 inspired by a quote by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr:

Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve.

Since the creation of the scholarship, Farah and Farah has awarded 25 students from across Florida with college tuition. Winners were selected based on stellar community service and academic performance.

This year, Farah and Farah is thrilled to partner with the Florida Prepaid College Foundation and Goodwill Industries of North Florida to award 5 high school seniors in Florida from the class of 2024 with two full year’s worth of college tuition! Scholarships will cover full tuition and local fees for 60 lower division semester credit hours at any Florida university, college or trade-school. Eligible students must attend a public or charter high school in Florida. Additional eligibility requirements can be found on the website.

                                                                Applications are due March 3, 2024.

Over $9 billion in Scholarships Available !!!
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The Life-Gets-Better Scholarship Program is a merit scholarship for U. S. high school graduates and thereafter who receive recognition as a National Merit® Scholar or Finalist.  Eligible scholars will receive an award to cover the cost of tuition, minus the sum of other Bright blessing scholarship programs, the National Merit® award or other scholarships and awards.  The scholarship will cover fees associated with tuition, minus the postal fee and the orientation fee.  The scholarship will provide $2,790 to use toward university housing and $2,246 to use toward board (university meal plan).  

A student is eligible to receive an award for a maximum of eight (8) semesters.  A student must maintain enrollment in the degree program under which this award was made.  A student may not change majors.  A student must enroll in fifteen (15) credit hours per semester.  Awards are not made during the summer term.

A student seeking initial funding will:

• Earn a standard US high school diploma or its equivalency (unless the student completes a home education program or earns a high school diploma from a non-US high school while living with a parent who is on military or public service assignment away from the US).

• Be a 2022 or 2023 National Merit® Finalist or Scholar.

• Have 1440 on the redesigned SAT or a 32 on the ACT.  Must earn a 700* on the SAT math section or 30* on the ACT Math subject area.

• Have a 3.5 recalculated GPA.

• Have been admitted into Engineering, Physical, Life, Natural, Computer Sciences programs and in some cases Business.

• Earned a minimum score of 76 on the ALEKS Math exam.

• Have received: (a) a National Merit® $2500 Scholarship, (b) a Corporate-sponsored Merit Scholarship, or (c) a College-sponsored Merit Scholarship. NOTE: “Special” Corporate Scholarships do not qualify a student for the Benacquisto Scholarship.

• Be a U.S. resident

*Applicable for Engineering, Physical, Life, Natural, Computer Sciences programs and in some cases Business Majors for approved Business Schools.

OR Ambassordor Member of College Planning TODAY Services

Eligibility for renewal is determined at the end of the second semester or the equivalent of each academic year.  For automatic renewal, an award recipient will have:

 • earned credit for all hours enrolled by the regular drop/add period each term.

• earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale.

• maintained the degree program at the time of admission.