Scholarship Listing

This listing is not comprehensive!

:: Of General Interest

Emory students should review the list of scholarships available in the Emory College website. The Financial Aid office also has a list of scholarships and grants.

:: For Minority Scholars

We came upon this list of scholarships via an officer from the Amercian Association of Medical Colleges, via an officer of the Environmental Protection Agency. Share and share alike!

Ron Brown Scholarships
Website: http://www.RonBrown.org
The award: Leadership, community service, all fields. The deadline is unusually in January. This is one of most prestigious scholarships and it's very, very competitive.

Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship
Website: http://www.JackieRobinson.org
The award: $6,000 per year. Number of winners about 100. It's renewable. Academic merit, leadership, community service, all fields. Deadline is usually in April.

Project Excellence Scholarships
Website: http://www.project-excellence.com
The award: $4,000 or higher (to full tuition). Number of winners: at least 600. Academic merit, leadership, community service, all fields. Deadline: Feb. 1.

United College Fund Scholarships
Website: http://www.uncf.org/programs
The award: The UNCF is one of our major
scholarship gateways. The awards are of varying amounts, and there are a great many under different names and requirements (Grandmet, Duracell, for example). The deadline is usually December.

Kodak Scholarships
Website: http://www.kodak.com/US/en/motion/programs/student/scholarship.shtml
The award: varying amounts to $5,000. Number of awards: Varies.
For those studying in film/cinematography at U.S. colleges.

Intel Science Talent Search
Website: http://www.sciserv.org/sts
The award: from $5,000 to $100,000. There are approx. 40 awards in this prestigious competition. You must present a scientific research project. Deadline: December.

National Action Council For Minorities in Engineering (NACME) Scholarships
Website: http://www.nacme.org/sch_index.html
The award: amounts to $20,000, and many are awarded. This is our major engineering scholarship
gateway. You must be an engineering student. The deadline is usually in February. Go to the website for details, or contact from aid officials
at your college.

Gates Millennium Scholarships
Website: http://www.gmsp.org/SOW4/
Award: the Gates Millennium Scholarship is to
promote academic excellence and to provide an opportunity for
thousands of outstanding students with significant financial need. The scholarship will cover room, board and tuition for at least 1,000 high school students a year. Nomination material for 2002-2003 will be available November 2001. Deadline: March 15.

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Scholarships
Website: http://www.nsbe.org/scholarships
The award: amounts generally range from $1,500 to $3,000 for members of NSBE. Number of awards varies. This is primarily for engineering students, and others majoring in related disciplines. Deadlines vary.

ARMY ROTC Scholarships for Historically Black Colleges
Website: http://www.usarotc.com/index.htm Students looking to enroll at a HBCU must enroll in the Army ROTC. Award amount to full-tuition. Many awards. Must have minimum 920 on SAT or 19 ACT score. Deadline is November 15.

American Institute Of Certified Public Accountants Scholarships (AICPA)
Website: http://www.aicpa.org/members/div/career/mini/smas.htm
The award: for undergraduates studying accounting at a U.S. college with at least 30 credits completed. Awards up to $5,000 with about 300 winners annually. Deadline is in July. Go to website for GPA requirements and details.

Developmental Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology Scholarships
Website: www.ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/dlhinson/dfb_sch.htm
Award amount: $2,000 and renewable. Several scholarships granted. This is for science or engineering students at HBCUs. Deadline is June 15.

Coca-Cola Scholars Scholarships
Website: http://www.coca-colascholars.org/
The award: This is a major competition with hundreds of over 250 awards going to "scholars," with academic, leadership, and talent qualities. The award amount is from $4,000 to $20,000. You can apply on-line. The deadline is October 31.

Ambassadorial Scholarships
Website: http://www.rotary.org/foundation/education/amb_scho/
The award: This is the prestigious "rotary" organization scholarship for students who can
speak another language and want to study abroad in the "host" country of that language. Award amounts are from $10,000 to $23,000 for a 3 month to full year of study abroad. You should have completed at least 2 years of college work.

Ronald McDonald House Charities and the United Negro College Fund
Website: http://www.mcdonalds.com/countries/usa/community/education/scholarships/index.html
The award: Students must be studying at a HBCU which is a member of the UNCF. The award is from $1,000 to full tuition. Approx. 60 students are selected. The deadline is April 1.

Xerox Technology Minority Scholarship
Website: http://www.xerox.com and type in "Scholarship"in the search engine.This is a good scholarship for strong minority scholarships for students studying in areas like chemistry, engineering, physics, and "tech" areas. The award amount is up to $4,000 for undergraduates and more for graduate students. The deadline is Sept. 15.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarships
http://www.akaeaf.org/scholarshipprogram.html
The above link is to the Chicago headquarters and that gateway of scholarships. Note that there are over 700 AKA Chapters, and you would be wise to contact sorors at local locations. Scholarship opportunities abound. The deadline at AKA headquarters is Feb. 15. Applications (at the website) must be sent between Dec. 1st and January 30th each year.

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Scholarships
Website: http://www.ncaa.org/about/scholarships.html
The awards: This is the major NCAA sports association student-athletes are associated with. Awards are given in all sports categories, amounts from $3,000 to $12,500. Awards are also available for sports related study (like sports journalism). Deadlines vary, as do the number of awards each year.

National Alliance for Excellence Scholarships
Website: http://www.excellence.org/programs.html
The award: The student competitors can be seniors or already in college. They must submit an application that can include recommendations (academics), art (slides), dance (tapes), photographs, or other materials that point to talent and achievement in all areas. The awards are for a minimum of one year, and over 100 are granted. Applications can be submitted at any time. The selection process is ongoing.

Harry S. Truman Scholarship
Website: http://www.truman.gov
The award: The is one of the most prestigious scholarships, shaped for students who intend to pursue a career targeted to public service or government. Graduate study should be a goal, with a portion of the funds directed there. You must be at least a junior, and your college must nominate you. A "nomination" package must be created. The awards can reach as high as $30,000 over the years. Generally about 80 students are selected. The deadline is February 1st.

National Association of Hispanic Journalist
Website: http://www.nahj.org/student.html
The award: from $1000 - $5000 Students interested in journalism as a career can apply. Deadline is Feb 28th. See web site for application and information.

National Association of Black Journalists
Website: http://www.nabj.org/html/studentsvcs.html
The award:NABJ offers 10 scholarships. It's a $2,500 award. Students should be attending a four-year University. They must present three letters of recommendation from a school adviser, dean or a faculty member. Also, a 500-800 word article on a Black journalist must be presented. A gradepoint average of 3.0 is desirable. Eligible students must be majoring in journalism-print, photography, radio or television. One of those should be a career goal. Deadline is March 31.

Hispanic College Fund Scholarships
Website: http://www.hispanicfund.org/hcf-scholar.html
Major site for Hispanic students majoring in business-related areas, A to Z (accounting, human resources, communications, and more). The award amount varies. Over 140 awards granted. Deadline: April.

Arts Recognition And Talent Search Awards
http://www.artsawards.org
The award:These awards are granted to high school or college students (17, 18 years of age) who show talent in dance, voice, music, art, photography, jazz, visual arts, writing, or other creative areas. You must audition or submit a portfolio or tape. The award is to be used for freshman year in college. Award amounts from $100 to $3,000. Deadline is June 1 or April 1 (for registration in specific regions).

Society of Women Engineer Scholarships
http://www.swe.org/SWE/StudentServices/Scholarship/brochure.htm
www.swe.org/SWE/StudentServices/Scholarship/brochure.htm
These scholarships are targeted for women who are majoring in engineering or computer science. Award amount are from $200 to $5,000, and at least 90 are granted. The deadline for students already in college is February 1st but is May 15 for high school seniors entering an "accredited" program.

American Institute of Architects Minority Disadvantaged Scholarship
Website: http://www.e-rchitect.com/institute/scholar.htm
The award: This is a scholarship for minority students enrolling in architecture programs. Awards
are from $500 to $3,000. Generally 20 students are selected. Deadline is December 6.