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The scholarships listed below are legitimate scholarships that Elon Academy staff have researched. This list is not a complete list of all scholarships available, but it should help you get started.

***Avoid scholarship scams***

Rules of Thumb

1. If you must pay money to get money, it might be a scam.
2. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
3. Spend the time, not the money.
4. Never invest more than a postage stamp to get information about scholarships.
5. Nobody can guarantee that you'll win a scholarship.
6. Legitimate scholarship foundations do not charge application fees.
7. If you're suspicious of an offer, it's usually with good reason.
8. There are many factors that play a role in applying for scholarships. View this link to find out more.

The Federal Trade Commission cautions students to look for tell tale lines:

* "The scholarship is guaranteed or your money back."
* "You can't get this information anywhere else."
* "I just need your credit card or bank account number to hold this scholarship."
* "We'll do all the work."
* "The scholarship will cost some money."
* "You've been selected by a 'national foundation' to receive a scholarship" or "You're a finalist" in a contest you never entered.

General Scholarship Databases

Scholarships.com: This free scholarship search service maintains a database of over 2.7 million college scholarship opportunities. Students can fill out a questionnaire profile that will determine their eligibility for scholarships. They will then receive a customized list of scholarships for which they are qualified.

CFNC Scholarships: This is a four page document with various scholarship opportunities.

College Scholarships.org: College Scholarships.org has a general database of scholarships as well as a list of their own scholarships provided through the College Scholarships Foundation.

College Resource Network: This site is a free scholarship search engine and college planning website specializing in Minority Scholarships.

College is Possible for All: This document has various scholarship opportunities. 

Educators for Fair Consideration: This document has a list of many scholarships. Some have been added to the Elon Academy scholarship website, but many others are offered! The document is listed by the month that the scholarship is due for easy reading. Please pay attention to region, as some scholarships are only for Californian residents or those attending specific schools in California.

List of Scholarships: This one page document has a list of websites to look through for various scholarships.

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General Scholarships

BURGER KING® Scholars Program: This scholarship has awarded more than $15.4 million to high school seniors and employees across the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico since the program’s inception in 2000. All high school seniors are eligible.

Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation: This foundation is one of the largest business-supported, merit-based scholarship programs of its kind in the United States. It gives 50 national scholarships of $20,000 each and 200 regional scholarships of $10,000 each. Additionally, it awards 400 scholarships to students attending two-year degree granting institutions in the amount of $1,000 and $2,000 awards. 

Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund: Undergraduate student must be active in participating in struggles for civil rights, economic justice, international solidarity or other progressive issues are able to apply for this scholarships. Awards are given up to $10,000. US citizenship is not required. Application is due April 1.

KFC Colonel's Scholarship: This scholarship supports high school seniors with entrepreneurial drive, strong perseverance, and demonstrated financial need, who want to pursue a college education at an accredited public institution in the state in which they reside. Qualified students must be high school seniors who: are enrolling in a public college or university within their state of legal residence, have a high school cumulative GPA of at least 2.75, will pursue a bachelor's degree, are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, and demonstrate financial need.

Signet Student Scholarship Essay Contest: Penguin Publishing Company offers $1,000 scholarships to the winners of its essay contest based on books from the Signet Classics series.

National Peace Essay Contest: Winners of this contest through the United States Institute of Peace are awarded scholarships and are invited to a fully-paid five-day awards program in Washington D.C. Specific essay topics change each year, but all ask students to discuss how to prevent violent conflict and promote peace.

Oh, The Places You'll Go! (Dr. Seuss): This $10,000 scholarship is awarded in January each year. Applicants must be a high school senior and submit an original literary composition in essay/memoir format and draw connections to Dr. Seuss' Oh, The Places You'll Go. Application requires a social security number.

Prudential Spirit of Community Award: These awards, which recognize outstanding community service, include $1,000-$5,000 that can be used towards a college education.

The Blogging Scholarship: The College Scholarships Foundation awards three scholarships for student bloggers - a $10,000 scholarship, a $2,000 scholarship, and a $1,000 scholarship.

Ellie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest: This scholarship is available to all registered undergraduate full-time juniors or seniors at accredited four-year colleges or universities in the United States. Students are encouraged to write thought provoking personal essays that raise questions, single out issues and are rational arguments for ethical action. This $500-$5,000 scholarship is awarded in early December.

International Leader of Tomorrow: Interested in studying at the University of British Colombia in Canada? This award recognizes international (i.e. American) students who demonstrate superior academic standing and leadership through notable extracurricular involvement.  The award is designed for students whose level of financial need would otherwise make it impossible for them to consider studying out-of-state or in this case, out-of-country.   The award amounts are determined based on each award recipient’s level of financial need and range from CAD $10,000 to $44,000 per year of study. Click here to view a video about this award.

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship: Offers awards for undergraduate study abroad and was established by the International Academic Opportunity Act of 2000. This scholarship provides awards for U.S. undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study abroad programs worldwide.

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Scholarships for Students in North Carolina

North Carolina Jaycees Five Outstanding Teenagers Scholarship: The North Carolina Jaycees, through the Triangle Community Foundation, sponsor a scholarship for North Carolina high school seniors who are well rounded in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and community service. To be nominated a student must be a high school senior during the current high school year; have an overall grade point average of 3.0 and provide a high school transcript; be a North Carolina resident; and exemplify the well-round youth in scholarship, leadership, and community service. Individual community Jaycee chapters request candidates for high schools in their community for this scholarship.

Crumley C. Roberts scholarship: Crumley Roberts law firm awards three $2,500 scholarships for college students and three $2,500 scholarships for community college students transferring to 4-year colleges. Applications are due mid-March.

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Scholarships for Specific Schools

Scholarships for North Carolina students at Elon: This website provides a list of scholarships available for North Carolina students who are attending or will attend Elon. The list includes eligibility information and links to applications and/or more information.

Aubrey Lee Brooks Scholarships are awarded annually on the basis of merit and financial need and are geographically restricted to students from 14 counties in North Carolina. Funds for the awards are provided from a private source and are made available to the students through the three participating constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina: North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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Scholarships for Underrepresented Students

Alliance/Merck Ciencia (Science) Hispanic Scholars Program: This $2,000 scholarship supports Hispanic students who major Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (the STEM majors). You must register on their website and use the online application to apply. 

Online Schools: A nationwide emphasis on the importance of diversity (particularly on college campuses) has generated many scholarships and grants for students who belong to underrepresented minority groups. Our comprehensive scholarship list includes financial aid opportunities exclusively reserved for African-Americans, Hispanics, women, and other specific minority groups, as well as more generalized awards that are made available to applicants belonging to any underrepresented demographic.
 

Native American Health Education Fund: This fund, administered by the Triangle Community Foundation, provides scholarships for Native American students who are interested in pursuing a career in a health-related field. Application deadline is June 15.

North Carolina Hispanic College Fund: The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals, through the Triangle Community Foundation, provides scholarships annually through the North Carolina Hispanic College Fund to high achieving, recent graduates of NC high schools who are of Hispanic/Latino background. To be eligible, students must be Hispanic, Latino, or Latina; graduate from a North Carolina high school or GED program; demonstrate excellence in academic, athletics, performing arts, and/or service to humanity; and must enroll in a degree program at a community college or two or four year college or university. Applications will likely be due in January.

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute: The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute provides scholarships for CHCI's scholarship opportunities are afforded to Latino students in the United States who have a history of performing public service-oriented activities in their communities and who demonstrate a desire to continue their civic engagement in the future. There is no GPA or academic major requirement. Students with excellent leadership potential are encouraged to apply.

Financial Resources for Undocumented Students: This multi-page document lists many scholarships available for undocumented students. 

The Ron Brown Scholarship Program: The RBS is a national program benefiting academically-talented, highly motivated, African American high school seniors and awards them $40,000 towards college costs. For more information contact Robyn Hadley, Executive Director of the "What's After High School Initiative," 609 Ray Street Graham, NC 27253 (336) 570-6644 ext. 683.

Justicia en Diversidad Scholarship and Mentorship Program: This scholarship is available to high school students of Latino heritage who currently attend a high school in the US and who are interested in pursuing a legal career and have been accepted to a two or four-year institution of higher education. US citizenship is not required.

National Association of Hispanic Journalists Scholarships: These scholarships provide $1,000 - $5,000 for Hispanic/Latina(o) students who plan to major in journalism.

The Advancing Hispanic Excellence in Technology, Engineering, Math and Science (AHETEMS) Foundation: This foundation provides multiple scholarships for Hispanic/Latina(o) students interested in pursuing a carrer in Technology, Engineering, Math, and/or science.

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Scholarships: LULAC partners with national corporations to raise money for several scholarships of varying amounts for Hispanic/Latina(o) students.

National Association of Hispanic Nurses Scholarships: The National Association of Hispanic Nurses offers $1,000 scholarships to Hispanic/Latina(o) students who are pursuing a degree in nursing.

The Leonard M. Perryman Communications Scholarship for Racial Ethnic Minority Students: This $2,500 scholarship is awarded for undergraduate study of religion journalism or mass communications. Racial/ethnic minority students with a connection to the United Methodist Church who will be entering their junior or senior year in college (including students who will be transferring from a two-year institution) are eligible.

Lagrant Foundation: The Lagrant Foundation awards scholarships to underrepresented students who are CURRENT freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and non-graduating seniors and are majoring in public relations, marketing, or advertising.

American Institute of Chemical Engineers Minority Scholarship: This $1,000 scholarship is for current minority undergraduates (freshman through junior class) majoring in chemical engineering.

A Better Chance Scholarships: A Better Chance maintains a listing of scholarships for African American students.

The Jackie Robinson Foundation: The Jackie Robinson Foundation's selected scholars are eligible for multiple college scholarships, mentoring, internships, study abroad fellowships, and other educational and leadership opportunities.

African American College Scholarship Opportunities at CollegeScholarships.org: CollegeScholarships.org has a resource page for African American students looking for scholarships.

The Call Me MISTER Scholarship: This scholarship is for underrepresented students who want to go into teaching. Students must attend one of several specific colleges that participate in the program.

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF): MALDEF maintains a current list of scholarships (in English and Spanish) available for Hispanic/Latino and international students.

Casa Latina/o at Oregon State University: Casa Latina/o maintains a database of scholarships for Hispanic/Latino students.

MANA Scholarship Listings: MANA is a National Latina Organization that focuses on assisting Hispanic/Latina women. Part of their work involves helping students find scholarships to attend college through providing this listing of scholarships for Hispanic/Latina women and other underrepresented groups.

National Society for Hispanic Professionals Scholarship Database: This database focuses on scholarships for Hispanic/Latina(o) students and includes scholarships to several specific colleges and universities.

LatinoCollegeDollars.org: The Tómas Rivera Policy Institute maintains this website which lists resources and scholarships to assist Latino students in going to college. Their scholarship database includes some scholarships for international students.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund: This scholarship fund is the largest provider of college financial aid for Hispanic/Latino students. They have multiple scholarship programs but do not include scholarships for international students.

200 Scholarships for Minorities: This list has over 1,000+ scholarships featured. Remember that most groups provide scholarships on an annual basis, so don't stress yourself over any one particular deadline. 

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP):  CAMP is the College Assistance Migrant program, a unique educational program that helps students from migrant and seasonal farmworking backgrounds succceed in college.

The North Carolina Hispanic College Fund: A charitable fund established by the North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals, NCSHP to benefit Hispanic students in North Carolina.

The National SMART Grant:  This grant is available during the third and fourth years of undergraduate study (or fifth year of a five-year program) to at least half-time students who are eligible for the Federal Pell Grant and who are majoring in physical, life, or computer sciences, mathematics, technology, engineering or a critical foreign language; or non-major single liberal arts programs. 

QuestBridge National College Match Program: This scholarship is available to low-income high school juniors who are US citizens and permanent residents. You must take the SAT or ACT by a certain date to qualify. The award is early admission and scholarship opportunities to participating schools.

TRPI Scholarship Directory: In September 2007, The John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation, The Sallie Mae Fund, and The Walt Disney Company funded the expansion of this directory so that it would be national, listing all organizations that TRPI could identify that award grants and scholarships targeting eligible Latino students.

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Scholarships for LGBTQ and Allied Students

The Point Foundation: The Point Foundation has multiple scholarships specifically for LGBTQ students. Interested students submit one application to be considered for all scholarships.

The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Students: This resource page lists multiple scholarships for LGBTQ students.

CollegeScholarships.org Scholarships for LGBTQ Students: CollegeScholarships.org maintains a short list of scholarships for LGBTQ Students.

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Scholarships for Students Who Plan to Attend or Are Attending 2-year Colleges and Community Colleges

Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation: This foundation is one of the largest business-supported, merit-based scholarship programs of its kind in the United States. It gives 50 national scholarships of $20,000 each and 200 regional scholarships of $10,000 each. Additionally, it awards 400 scholarships to students attending two-year degree granting institutions in the amount of $1,000 and $2,000 awards. 

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship Program: The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship Program honors excellence by supporting outstanding community college students with financial need as they transfer to and complete their bachelor’s degrees at the nation’s top four-year colleges and universities. The Foundation selects up to 50 community college transfer students each year and awards each scholar up to $30,000 annually.

Transportation Clubs International: This organization offers scholarships for students who are interested in studying civil engineering and transportation at a two or four-year college. Their scholarships include some for international students.

National Association of Hispanic Nurses Scholarships: The National Association of Hispanic Nurses offers $1,000 scholarships to Hispanic/Latina(o) students who are pursuing a degree in nursing.

National Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarships: The National Automotive Hall of Fame offers multiple scholarships for students who will attend two or four-year colleges and are interested in careers in automotives.

The Leonard M. Perryman Communications Scholarship for Racial Ethnic Minority Students: This $2,500 scholarship is awarded for undergraduate study of religion journalism or mass communications. Racial/ethnic minority students with a connection to the United Methodist Church who will be entering their junior or senior year in college (including students who will be transfering from a two-year institution) are eligible.

The Point Foundation: The Point Foundation awards multiple scholarships to LBGTQ students. Interested students submit one application to be considered for all scholarships. The Point Foundation does consider scholarships for students who plan to transfer from a two-year or community college to a four-year college or university.

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Scholarships for Students Interested in Technology/Engineering-Related Majors

FreshBrain Scholarships: FreshBrain provides teens with an innovative place to explore with technology, connect with others and create with technology. They also offer multiple scholarships for students interested in pursuing technology-related education. These scholarships are announced periodically and have different criteria for eligibility, so be sure to check the website regularly for new opportunities.

Transportation Clubs International: This organization offers scholarships for students who are interested in studying civil engineering and transportation at a two or four-year college. Their scholarships include some for international students.

National Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarships: The National Automotive Hall of Fame offers multiple scholarships for students who will attend two or four-year colleges and are interested in careers in automotives.

American Institute of Chemical Engineers Minority Scholarship: This $1,000 scholarship is for current minority undergraduates (freshman through junior class) majoring in chemical engineering.

Microsoft Minority Scholarship: This scholarship is for current undergraduate students and is for one year of full or partial tuition at a 4-year university in the United States, Canada, or Mexico. Applicant must have a 3.0 GPA and be pursuing a degree in the computer sciences, computer engineering, or a related technical discipline such as electrical engineering, math, or physics. You’ll also need to apply for a summer internship and if offered an internship, you must complete the salaried summer internship of 12 weeks or more at Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington.

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Scholarships for Students Interested in Fine Arts Majors

National Sculpture Society Scholarships: The National Sculpture Society provides $2,000 scholarships for students who plan to study figurative or representational sculpture.

Art Scholarships at Scholarships.com: Scholarships.com maintains a resources page with a list of scholarships for students interested in studying art.

The Online Education Database Art Scholarships: The OEDb lists scholarships for art students and also explains how art scholarships work. They are often different than other scholarships.

ArtStudy.org: ArtStudy.org provides a guide for applying for art scholarships and lists a few large art scholarships.

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Scholarships for Students Interested in Health Related Majors

National Association of Hispanic Nurses Scholarships: The National Association of Hispanic Nurses offers $1,000 scholarships to Hispanic/Latina(o) students who are pursuing a degree in nursing.

NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP) offers competitive scholarships to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. The program offers scholarship support, paid research training at the NIH during the summer, and paid employment and training at the NIH after graduation. Please note this scholarship is available only to scholars who are already college students; high school seniors are not eligible to apply.

NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedial Reserach:  Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. Internships cover a minimum of eight weeks, with students generally arriving at the NIH in May or June. The NIH Institutes and the Office of Intramural Training & Education sponsor a wide range of summer activities including lectures featuring distinguished NIH investigators, career/professional development workshops, and Summer Poster Day.

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Scholarships for Students Interested in Journalism/Communications Majors

Lagrant Foundation: The Lagrant Foundation awards scholarships to underrepresented students who are CURRENT freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and non-graduating seniors and are majoring in public relations, marketing, or advertising.

The Leonard M. Perryman Communications Scholarship for Racial Ethnic Minority Students: This $2,500 scholarship is awarded for undergraduate study of religion journalism or mass communications. Racial/ethnic minority students with a connection to the United Methodist Church who will be entering their junior or senior year in college (including students who will be transfering from a two-year institution) are eligible.

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Scholarships for Students Interested in Education Majors

The Call Me MISTER Scholarship: This scholarship is for underrepresented students who want to go into teaching. Students must attend one of several specific colleges that participate in the program.

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Scholarships for Students with Family Members in the U.S. Armed Forces

Navy League Foundation Scholarships: The Navy League Foundation offers scholarships for students with family members who are or have been in the Navy. To qualify for the scholarship, students must: be direct descendants or dependents of Navy personnel, be U.S. citizens, graduate from high school by the end of the school year, enter and accredited college or university in the Fall, maintain at least a 3.0 average GPA, and demonstrate financial need. 

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Scholarships for Middle-School Students

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program: The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s Young Scholars Program seeks high-achieving, low to moderate-income 7th grade students, and cultivates their talents and abilities throughout high school by providing the personalized advising and financial support needed to secure challenging academic opportunities. After high school, Young Scholars are also eligible to apply for continued undergraduate and graduate support from the Foundation ten or more years of assistance total for educational pursuits. 

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Scholarships for Adults and Non-traditional Students

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Scholarships for International Students

Latin America Educational Foundation: This is a 11-page list of scholarship opportunities for undocument students.

Gloria and Joseph Mattera National Scholarship Fund for Migrant Children: This scholarship is available to students whose families have a recent or ongoing history of movement to obtain work in agriculture. There are no citizenship requirements for this scholarship. Students must have proof of acceptance into a post-secondary institution. The award is $250-$500. There is no specific deadline.

Frank Kazmierczak Memorial Migrant Scholarship: This scholarship is available to students whose families have a recent or ongoing history of movement to obtain work in agriculture. There are no citizenship requirements for this scholarship. Students must have proof of acceptance into a post-secondary institution and a desire to become a teacher. The scholarship is $1,000. 

Dream Scholarship Fund: This scholarship is for students who immigrated to the USA as a child, and is, or will be, a graduate of a high school prior to the start of college classes. All applicants must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher and be accepted to a college or university. Scholarship amount varies. Applications due May 1.

Migrant Farmworker Baccalaureate Scholarship: This scholarship is available to students whose families have a recent or ongoing history of movement to obtain work in agriculture. There are no citizenship requirements for this scholarship. Students must have completed one year of college to apply for this scholarship. The award is up to $20,000. 

Berrien Fragos Thorn Arts Scholarship for Migrant Farmworkers: This scholarship is available to students whose families have a recent or ongoing history of movement to obtain work in agriculture. There are no citizenship requirements for this scholarship. Students must provide a portfolio, video, or samples of work as part of the application. The award is up to $2500. Deadlines for applications are June 1 and November 1.

The Raza Education Fund Scholarship: This scholarship is specifically for international students who are high school seniors or in their first year of college in the state of California. Applicants must show financial need and a desire to contribute to their communities. The application process includes a written application and an interview. Scholarship amount is based on amount raised for the scholarship fund each year.

Que Llueva Café Scholarship: This scholarship, provided by Chicano Organizing and Research in Education (CORE), is specifically for international students with a desire to attend college.

QuestBridge College Prep Scholarship: This scholarship is available to low-income high school juniors who are US citizens, permanent residents, and international students residing in the United States. Students selected for scholarships will receive one or more of the following awards: full tuition to summer programs at Emory, Harvard, Notre Dame, UPenn, Yale, or Stanford; individualized college admissions counseling; college admissions conference invitations to Stanford or Yale; all-expenses-paid campus visits; and tele-mentoring with college students at Amherst College.

Selected Funding Opportunities Open to Non-US Citizens: This is a unique list of scholarships for non-U.S. citizens of diverse ethnicities. Includes scholarships that fund undergraduate and graduate work in the U.S. and abroad.

Internationstudent.com: This is a webpage that can be a good starting point for any international applicants seeking aid. 

Cruzando Fronteras/Ayudando a la Comunidad: This scholarship is for current undocumented high school seniors with a minimum 2.5 GPA and 20 hours of community service. Two awards of $500 each is awarded in March. 

North Carolina State University: Student Action for Farmworkers Scholarship: Student Action for Farmworkers (SAF) awards a scholarship each year to a student from a family of farmworkers to attend NC State. Citizenship is not required. Any student whose family is or has been involved in farmwork or food processing in the state of North Carolina is eligible. The award is between $1000 and $1500 and is renewable for four years. Recipients are asked to participate in SAFs Into the Fields Summer Internship and Leadership Development program.

The Advancing Hispanic Excellence in Technology, Engineering, Math and Science (AHETEMS) Foundation: This foundation provides multiple scholarships for Hispanic/Latina(o) students interested in pursuing a carrer in Technology, Engineering, Math, and/or science.

Transportation Clubs International: This organization offers scholarships for students who are interested in studying civil engineering and transportation at a two or four-year college. Their scholarships include some for international students.

Scholarship Guide for International Students: These scholarships are designated for those students who do not have U.S. citizenship or permanent residency.

The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid and Scholarships for International Students: The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid maintains a webpage with information concerning scholarships and other financial aid for international students. It includes a list of states that allow international students to pay in-state tuition and lists some private scholarships that are available to international students.

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF): MALDEF maintains a current list of scholarships (in English and Spanish) available for Hispanic/Latino and international students.

Casa Latina/o at Oregon State University: Casa Latina/o maintains a database of scholarships for Hispanic/Latino students.

MANA Scholarship Listings: MANA is a National Latina Organization that focuses on assisting Hispanic/Latina women. Part of their work involves helping students find scholarships to attend college through providing this listing of scholarships for Hispanic/Latina women and other underrepresented groups.

National Society for Hispanic Professionals Scholarship Database: This database focuses on scholarships for Hispanic/Latina(o) students and includes scholarships to several specific colleges and universities.

LatinoCollegeDollars.org: The Tómas Rivera Policy Institute maintains this website which lists resources and scholarships to assist Latino students in going to college. Their scholarship database includes some scholarships for international students.

International Education Financial Aid: This website includes a scholarship database for international students, information on how to search for scholarships for international students at other sites, and information about international student loans for college.

InternationalScholarships.com: This website is similar to the International Education Financial Aid website in providing scholarship and loan information as well as a scholarship database for international students.

EduPASS: EduPASS is a part of the Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid. It provides information for international students about obtaining passports and visas, financing college, and searching for scholarships.

NAFSA, Association for International Educators: This organization is dedicated to students assisting international students (both those who wish to study in the United States and those who wish to study abroad). Although it does not provide a list of specific scholarships, it does have useful information for international students in its "Knowledge Communities" section.

 

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