AVAILABLE EXTERNAL SCHOLARSHIPS
The Gerald Wilkins Memorial Scholarship Program is currently open and accepting student applications for the 2021 – 2022 academic school year. Four need-based scholarships of up to $2,200 will be awarded to full-time students who permanently reside in Box Springs, Columbus, Fort Benning, or Upatoi, Georgia and attend a UNCF member institution.
- Be a Black/African American, Native American, Latinx, or Asian/Pacific Islander full-time student at any UNCF Member Institution
- Must have one of the following zip codes – 31801, 31808, 31820, 31829, 31901, 31902, 31903, 31904, 31905, 31906, 31907, 31908, 31914, 31917, 31993, 31995, 31997, 31998, 31999
- Have a cumulative minimum GPA of 2.5
- Be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. national, or permanent resident
- Have completed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Have a demonstrated unmet financial need, as verified by the applicant’s academic institution
- A completed application form.
- One letter of recommendation from a non-relative.
- A one-page personal statement of career interest.
- A current official or unofficial academic transcript.
Visit https://scholarships.uncf.org/ to apply.
Extended Deadline: September 23, 2021
If you have login or reference submission issues, please contact a UNCF Scholarships and Programs representative at 202-810-0258. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
If you have a specific question about The Gerald Wilkins Memorial Scholarship, please contact Martha Bryant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Every student deserves a chance to realize their potential. and attain their goals. That’s why 23XI Racing & Dr. Pepper will offer scholarships of $5,000 to 23 deserving students across the country to help them pursue their dreams.
Students interested in applying for the tuition program must be between 18 and 24 years old. Candidates should be pursuing a career in any of the following fields: marketing, communications, human resources, finance, engineering, or trade disciplines in the automotive industry.
Background – The North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association (NCSA) created the Criminal Justice Scholarship Program to assist students who are dependents of law enforcement officials or who are studying in the criminal justice field and express an interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement. The NCSA sponsors this scholarship program. The North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority (NCSEAA) administers the scholarship to the students within The University of North Carolina System. The North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) administers the scholarship to the students attending private, non-profit colleges in North Carolina.
Current Applicant Prerequisites – Applicants must be a North Carolina resident enrolled for a minimum of 12 credit hours in a degree granting criminal justice program at one of the institutions of The University of North Carolina or the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities. Applicants must express an interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement and must be recommended by their local sheriff. Selection of recipients is based on the following priorities:
- Priority 1 – – a child or step-child of a North Carolina Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff
- Priority 2 – – a child or step-child of any North Carolina law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty
- Priority 3 – – a child or step-child of a North Carolina Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff who is deceased or retired (regular or disability)
- Priority 4 – – an academically eligible North Carolina criminal justice student with demonstrated financial need (these applicants must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA
Devante Law Scholarship Eligibility Requirements
In order to participate in the scholarship contest, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Must be currently attending high school or college.
- For applicants under 17, must provide parental consent to enter.
- Must be a resident of New York.
Just fill out the information needed in the entry form.
The scholarship will open on August 15, 2021, and end on December 15, 2021.
A winner will be announced on December 29, 2021.
All essay submissions should be uploaded in the entry form provided on the website.
SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY QUESTION:
What makes a great leader?
We are asking applicants to write an essay answering the question: What makes a great leader, and how can you be a leader in your community?
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- Applicants must be EITHER out-going high school seniors (graduating summer 2022) OR students currently enrolled in a college, trade school, or university as of the start of the fall 2022 semester.
- Essays must have at least 500 words and no more than 1000 words.
- Applicants must submit an essay no later than December 15, 2021.
We will select a winner by December 15, 2021. The recipient will be notified via email at that time.
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Amount: $2,500 (awarded annually)
Payment is made directly to your accredited U.S. College or University.
Current Deadline: 12/31/2021
Simple Eligibility Requirements
- Identify as Transgender or Non-Binary
- Plan to pursue a degree, or currently pursuing a degree, at an accredited U.S. post-secondary institution
- Have a high school diploma or GED
- Be a U.S. Citizen
Students are encouraged to continue to visit the UNCF Scholarship homepage throughout the academic year and apply to ALL scholarship programs whose criteria match their academic profile. Updating your profile each semester may enhance the possibility of a match.
The UNCF General Application based on the following minimum criteria:
1. Be enrolled full-time at a UNCF Member College or University;
2. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.ed.gov;
3. Have a demonstrated financial need as verified by the financial aid office;
4. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a 4.00 scale;
5. Complete the online application.
- Be an incoming freshman
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Have a high school GPA of at least 2.50
- Have a high school diploma or equivalent
- Score a minimum of 1000 on the SAT (math/verbal) or 19 on the ACT (excluding the required writing test scores)
- Meet physical standards
- Agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on Active Duty or in a Reserve Component (Army Reserve or Army National Guard)
What Scholarship Covers
- Full Tuition and Fees
- $1,200 per academic year for books
- Monthly living stipend of $420 (only for the months in school)
*Any questions please contact LTC Marcus Bynum at email@example.com or 919.394.8014
The scholarship is focused on increasing Black representation in journalism and promotes graduate-level studies, at USC, for HBCU undergrads through tuition support. Please click here for more details.
The scholarship is in the amount of $2,500.00 per student.
The criteria for the scholarship are below.
• Students must have a 2.8 GPA.
• Need-based. Students must still have outstanding financial needs.
• Students must be majoring in engineering OR education.
This scholarship can be applied to tuition, graduation-related fees, outstanding room & board, or undergraduate loans.
Students will be required to submit.
• One-page statement about financial need.
• Current transcript.
• Copy of outstanding bill.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Emma Robinson at 919.516.4133 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarships Available for Saint Augustine’s University Engineering Students
Did you know that 13% of undergraduate Science and Engineering students come from diverse and underrepresented populations?
We can improve those numbers. As the philanthropic arm of SME, an internationally recognized nonprofit organization serving the manufacturing industry, the SME Education Foundation supports students by annually awarding millions of dollars in scholarships to graduating high school seniors, college undergraduates and graduate students pursuing degrees in engineering or manufacturing.
Now is your time to make a difference. Apply for an SME Education Foundation scholarship today.
Today’s private, public, and government agencies are looking for talented individuals with proficient knowledge in various disciplines. But to qualify for these roles, students need to have advanced degrees. Most students have the goal of getting a higher education degree and qualify for such highly paid careers. This is true for the African American community, but there is a pronounced gap between African Americans and other communities regarding enrollment numbers. According to the National Center of Education Statistics, in 2016, the total enrollment percentage of African Americans was 6.7%, while the enrollment percentage for Caucasians was 53.8%. One of the reasons for this massive gap is the rising tuition costs that make it difficult for some African Americans to afford higher education. Luckily, there are several African American Scholarships available that will help reduce the financial burden. In this guide, we will walk through various types of scholarships for African Americans, a list of those scholarships, how to apply, tips & tricks, and much more.
UNCF has nearly 400 Scholarships/Internships
Gain Access in 4 Easy Steps:
- Log onto UNCF.org/scholarships
- Click “Apply for Scholarship Application”
- Search for General Scholarship Application/complete
- Register a profile and Start Searching Today!
Keep your profile updated every semester
ONLINE SCHOLARSHIP RESOURCESBelow are scholarship search resources and private scholarships which Saint Augustine's University does not specifically endorse. However, the University encourages students to visit the following sites:
The information and external links in this scholarship listing provided by Saint Augustine’s University’s Office of Financial Aid and Office of Scholarships are reprinted here as a service to our website users. We do not administer these websites or routinely screen, approve, review, or endorse the content, products, or services that may be offered. In no circumstance shall Saint Augustine’s University, the Office of Financial Aid or the Office of Scholarships be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any such content, goods, or services available on or through any such site or resource. Criteria may change (or may have changed) from the date posted, so inquire directly with individual programs. Some external links use social media and use of these websites is subject to privacy rules and policies of those applications and website operators.
Students seeking Saint Augustine’s University Scholarships and Institutional grants must complete the FAFSA and parents are encouraged to complete the Parent Plus Loan application (with exception to a Presidential Scholar). All students must accept all financial aid offered to them and parents are encouraged to accept the Parent Plus Loan if it is offered/approved before institutional awards will be given.
Scholarship offers and tuition grants at Saint Augustine’s University are discounts on the direct costs of attending the University. Direct costs are tuition, mandatory fees, room and board, and technology fees. All students are responsible for taxes, health insurance, and books. Saint Augustine’s University offers a limited number of scholarship awards and tuition grants to students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement. In addition, the University provides scholarship awards and tuition grants based on athletic ability, leadership potential, and special talents. Admission scholarships are available for freshmen with high SAT and/or ACT scores and academic abilities. All scholarship awards and grants are available for four years or eight active semesters only, awarded on a first come, first served basis, and are contingent upon the final Saint Augustine’s University budget.
The University provides a number of competitive scholarship awards and grants that are awarded to students from private donors and public agencies. The recipients of these scholarship awards and grants are selected on a competitive basis. Funding for all institutional scholarship awards and grants are subject to change as determined by the Scholarship Committee.
Students must maintain the required cumulative GPA, while earning a minimum of thirty credit hours per academic year, relative to each scholarship award and tuition grant in order to remain in good standing with the Scholarship Committee and receive the scholarship award or tuition grant credit towards the direct cost of attending Saint Augustine’s University. Should a student’s cumulative GPA fall below the minimum required GPA for any institutional scholarship award or tuition grant and/or not earn thirty credits within an academic year, that student shall receive a warning letter at the end of each semester from the Financial Aid Office and must meet with the Scholarship Advisor within the Financial Aid Office. If a student’s cumulative GPA and/or earned credit hours are below the required minimum at the end of the following semester, the student shall receive a letter of suspension of the scholarship award or tuition grant.
INSTITUTIONAL TALENT SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
Music and Athletic Scholarships
Saint Augustine’s University recruits a myriad of talented individuals. Scholarships may be awarded to prospective Falcons showing promise in music or intercollegiate athletics. For further details regarding the University’s band program, contact the Department of Music at 919.516.4298. For more information about the University Choir, call 919.516.4900 and for details regarding athletics, call 919.516.4951.
Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) Policy of Awarding Institutional Scholarships and Aid
Beginning with the summer 2018 term and all terms following, all institutional scholarship awards and/or tuition grants, including institutional athletic scholarship awards, will be reduced by the total of outstanding credit balance plus indirect costs after all other amounts have been applied to the students’ accounts originating from sources external to the University. Under no circumstances will refunds be given to students who are receiving institutional or athletic scholarship awards or grants. By Federal law, when receiving any type of federal aid, there will be no carryover of aid, of any kind, from one term to the next.
An individual student may only receive one institutional scholarship award or tuition grant towards their direct cost of attendance, with rare exception.
The Financial Aid Office reserves the right to adjust (increase or decrease) any student’s financial aid award as necessary. Adjustments may occur due to changes in a student’s housing, enrollment status, scholarships, regulatory changes, changes in funding levels, changes in the student’s and/or parental income or assets.
Please contact the Financial Aid Office at 919.516.4431 if you have questions.