-Must be a full-time student
-Must demonstrate excellence in leadership, diversity, integrity, and academia.
The selection committee will also base its decisions on financial need, content of character and the candidates' potential to make an impact on his/her peers and community.
* Communication major not in final semester of degree program
For undergraduates and graduates:
Write an essay about cancer and our progress in preventing and treating this disease
Awards of up to $85,000.
This scholarship is for African Americans.
To be eligible you must be:
A Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree recipient in
life or physical science
Appointed as a postdoctoral fellow for a minimum of 12 months
A citizen or permanent resident of the US
See website for complete details.
Awards of up to $15,000.
This scholarship is for African Americans.
To be eligible, you must:
Be enrolled in a 4-Year institution
Be a junior in a B.S. or B.A. degree program
Be a life or physical sciences major
Have completed 2 semesters of Organic Chemistry
Have a minimum of a 3.3 g.p.a.
Be committed to and eligible to work for two summer internships at a Merck Research Facility
Be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident of the US
See website for complete details.
Not a scholarship: This program is coordinated by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). Through WUE, students in western states may enroll in many two-year and four-year college programs at a reduced tuition level: 150% of the institutions regular resident tuition. In all cases, WUE tuition is considerably less than non-resident tuition.
The scholarship is open to legal residents of the United States of America, who are 18 years of age or older as of November 1, 2012, and who are not employees, family members, or relatives of Creative Bioscience
Entry Guidelines for Scholarship:
1. 300 – 500 Word Essay – Visit www.creativebioscience.com
. Browse through the site and spend some time getting familiar with the products, company and information. Choose something that interests you from the site. Write an essay about that subject, focusing on why it interests you. Reference the content/website that you are writing about.
2. Submit your written entry after filling out required contact information at www.creativebioscience.com/scholarship_index.html
. Enrollment Requirement:
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The Family Scholarship Program is intended to help two members of the same family move up the economic development ladder through education. Scholarships may be used for tuition for college/university education language acquisition classes, technical/skill training, and/or financial literacy.
Graduates in environmental design or architecture by September of award year with proven intent to formally study architecture. May be architects licensed by and residing in Colorado or faculty of College of Architecture and planning at UC Denver.
Must be a high school senior from a family whose primary livelihood (at least 50% of their income) is derived from farming. Students must be planning to enroll in a full-time course of study at an accredited two or four year college, university, or vocational-technical school. Must be a U.S. citizen.
If you seek to gain the skills to work in the growing field of health care and careers such as nursing, medical assistant, veterinary technologist, or dental assistant, this scholarship is for you.
Applicant shall be at least 17 years of age and be accepted to and/or attending a full-time higher education program at an accredited institution of learning.
Applicant must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA based on the previous year's academic performance.
This award is for high school seniors, high school graduates or registered as undergraduates of a soldier, sailor, airman, or Marine who was killed or permanently disabled (100% VA disability rating) in the line of duty. The student must have a G.P.A. 2.00/4.00 scale and full time status. This scholarship is automatically renewable providing the student remains in full time enrollment.
1. Be of Asian and/or Pacific Islander ethnicity as defined by the U.S. Census
2. Be a citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States. Citizens of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of Palau are also eligible to apply
3. Be enrolling in a U.S. accredited college or university in the Fall of 2013. Please read each listing for specific eligibility requirements regarding the academic standing required for each scholarship.
4. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale (unweighted) or have earned a GED
5. Must apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15
6. Submit one letter of recommendation online.
Must show proof of Osage Indian Descent, must complete financial aid package, have verification of enrollment and have most recent transcripts.
Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Students do not need to be enrolled in or formally accepted in a full-time graduate program at the time they apply for a fellowship, but proof of enrollment or acceptance must be produced prior to the award of the fellowship. Students must attend a fully accredited U.S. college or university pursuing a master's or doctoral degree in an environmentally related field of specialization.
Students must submit a copy of their registered nurse license or practical/vocational nurse license. Students entering an RN to BS or RN to MSN program immediately upon graduation from an associate degree or diploma program must submit a letter of acceptance with the application.
See scholarship office for application.
Must be a graduate/postgraduate student studying history and philosophy of science and technology: information sciences and systems. Applicant must want to pursue research in history of computers and information processing. See website for application requirements.
Must be either a foreign student currently studying at a U.S. university or a U.S. student engaging in a study abroad program during the next academic year. Must demonstrate some proficiency in the local language if other than English.
Applicants must be enrolled as college or university students (at least in their senior year of undergraduate study) — or have completed a degree — in the natural, physical, health, engineering, computer, or social sciences or mathematics in order to apply. Graduate and doctoral students are welcome to apply. Applicants must apply for the summer fellowship within one year after graduation or defense of their thesis.
Successful applicants will attend an orientation at AAAS headquarters at the beginning of the summer and a wrap-up session at the end of the summer. They will prepare reports on the progress of their fellowships throughout their placement.
Dependent unmarried children (under age 21, 23 if enrolled as a full time student) of active duty personnel, reserve/guard and retired military members or survivors of deceased members may apply. Questions concerning applications email:
-be enrolled for the academis year following the award, in a degree program in a accredited American Institute of post-secondary education
-be a resident of the area of the participating local group of American Mensa
The Dorothy Andrews Kabis Memorial Internship honors the former president of the NFRW who later was appointed US treasurer by President Richard Nixon. The internship gives young undergraduates the opportunity to spend part of the summer working at National headquarters in Alexandria, Va. It includes a small monetary allowance, roundtrip airfare to and from Washington, D.C., and housing in teh D.C. metropolitan area. Applicants must be at least a junior in college or a college student 21 years of age or older. They should have a general knowledge of government, a keen interest in politics, campaign experience, and sufficient clerical office skills that are adaptable to a busy office.
Must be a graduate, predoctoral, or postdoctoral student who is interested in pursuing independent research projects in association with members of the Smithsonian research staff. Reference the website for the requirements/description of each fellowship.
This award is for a one year stay in Germany for professional development, study, or research. Applicants must design individual projects tailored to their professional development and goals and/or arrange internships, junior staff positions or training/performance programs.
This scholarship is to help finance short research and to serve as complementary funds for longer programs. Applicant must be a graduate/postgraduate, or postdoctoral student and a woman.
Must be a student who is enrolled in an accredited college or university, or graduate school. Numerous scholarships are available.
Must be enrolled for the academic year following teh award, in a degree program in an accredited American institute of post-secondary education, and be a resident of the area of the participating local group of American Mensa.
This award is offered by Mensa and is for people studying in the journalism field. Must be enrolled for the academic year following the award in a degree program in an accredited American institute of post-secondary education and be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. A variety of scholarships some requiring MENSA membership and others do not. Offers national and regional scholarships.
This award is offered by Mensa and is for people who are pursuing a career in education. Must be enrolled for the academic year following the award in a degree program in an accredited American institute of post-secondary education and be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. A variety of scholarships some requiring MENSA membership and others do not. Offers national and regional scholarships.
Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and be a child or grandchild of a Purple Heart recipient. Must also be a graduate of an accredited high school and be enrolled full-time. Also must have a minimum GPA of 3.5.
Must show proof of Osage Indian descent, have verification of enrollment, maintain a 2.0 GPA.
Must be a graduating high school senior who is planning to attend an accredited college or university. Must be a dependant of a small business owner who employs fewer than 20 individuals, owns at least 10% of the stock or capital in the business, and is active in the daily operations of the organization. Must be a U.S. or Canadian citizen.
Applicants must be pursuing a course of study that enables them to be immediately employable after graduation. Must be a survivor of life threatening, chronic, or debilitating disease. Also the applicant must sign an agreement to complete 20 hours of community service for the year the scholarship will be dispensed.
The annual Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship is awarded alternately in the fields of Greek and French. The award may be used for the study of Greek language, literature, history, or archaeology, or the study of French language or literature. The Fellowship has a stipend of $20,000. Candidates must be unmarried women between the ages of 25 and 35 (inclusive) who have demonstrated their ability to carry on original research. They must hold a doctorate or have fulfilled all the requirements for a doctorate except the dissertation, and they must be planning to devote full-time work to research during the Fellowship year. The award is not restricted to members of Phi Beta Kappa or to U.S. citizens.
Various awards for students who have completed all coursework requirements toward a Ph.D. or equivalent in population combined with a social science discipline.
There are several fellowships available to students in biological and chemical sciences, and all the natural sciences
For meritorious candidates, SPA will also fund a small number of doctoral research assistantships each year, based on financial availability. Students selected will receive a full-tuition waiver as well as a stipend of $15,000 for the academic year. Our goal is to provide such funding for students for at least three years. This award is applied for through the PhD admission process and should not be submitted on this application. See the PhD handbook for further information.
The Rangel International Affairs Program is now accepting applications for the 2014 Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship.
The Fellowship welcomes applications from young people interested in careers of international service. For those who want to become Foreign Service Officers in the U.S. Department of State, the Rangel Graduate Fellowship Program provides benefits of up to $90,000 over two years toward a two-year master's degree, arranges internships on Capitol Hill and at U.S. embassies, and provides mentorship and professional development support.
Fellows can use the fellowship to attend two-year master's programs in U.S. institutions to study any area of relevance to the Foreign Service, including international relations, public policy, public administration, languages, or business administration. Upon successful completion of the two-year fellowship, Fellows join the Foreign Service of the U.S. Department of State, embarking on a uniquely rewarding career of international service.
Applicants must be college seniors or graduates looking to start two-year graduate programs in fall 2014, must have GPAs of at least 3.2, and must be U.S. citizens.
The program welcomes any undergraduate major and encourages applications from members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service and those with financial need.
Information and application materials can be found at www.rangelprogram.org
The application deadline is January 17, 2014. The Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State and managed by Howard University.
2014 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship
Number of Fellowships Offered: 20
seeking to start two-year relevant grad program in Fall 2014
Online Application Opens: October 21 www.rangelprogram.org
Finalists selected by the end of February Fellows selected by mid-March.
-Must be a U.S citizen or permanent resident of the U.S.
-Be a legal resident of Colorado
-Be a high school senior in Colorado
-Have an unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above
-Demonstrate a strong interest and commitment to the community
-Demonstrate an ability to perservere through difficult circumstances
-Possess excellent leadership skills
-Demonstrate financial need
This page is a resource for future college students who are bright and have high financial need. Varying scholarships are available to both help in preparing for school application and attaining scholarships.
Students applying may be transferring to any US accredited four-year institution in the US, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, and Guam in the fall or spring. Applicants must be of Hispanic heritage, US citizen or permanent resident, be currently enrolled part time or full-time in a community college, have plans to transfer and enroll full-time at a four-year institution, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and apply for federal aid using the FAFSA.
Must be a graduating high school senior or GED recipient accepted into and entering post secondary school as a full-time student (e.g. college, university); OR active, full-time graduate or doctoral level student (e.g. graduate school, medical school, nursing school, etc.). Must be a student attending a nonprofit or publicly funded post-secondary institution. Must have a minimum high school or post secondary GPA of 2.7 or GED Score of 520. Must be a Colorado resident
Must be a graduating high school senior or GED recipient accepted into and entering post secondary school as a full-time student (e.g. college, technical school) or must be an active, full-time graduate or doctoral level student (e.g. graduate school, medical school, nursing school, etc.). Must have a minimum high school or post secondary GPA of 2.7 or GED Score of 520. Must be a Colorado resident
If you want to be a doctor, nurse, surgeon, physician assistant, or dentist; or want to go into the field of mental health, public health, or health policy, here's your chance to earn a scholarship to pursue a degree in a health care or public health field. All qualified veterans and students are encouraged to apply, including those who identify as African American, Asian Pacific, Latino, Native American, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, or those with a disability.
Must be a dependent child or grandchild of a TREA or TREA Auxiliary member in good standing.
This scholarship is available to full-time undergraduate and graduate students majoring in accounting or criminal justice at an accredited four-year college or university. Must submit official transcripts from any college or university you have attended, an essay, and three letters of recommendation.
Must be a senior female interested in careers in public affairs, public policy or community organizations.
Applicant must be a graduating senior and have a minimum GPA of 2.8. Must demonstrate leadership abilities in school activities or through work experiences and a strong commitment to community service involvement.
Applicants must make a video on "How Engineers Make a World of Difference."
Must be full-time graduate student interested in intensive 8-week summer language courses. Students in the fields of English, German or any other modern languages or literatures are not eligible. Must have completed three semesters of college-level German or equivalent and be under 33 years of age.
Must be a full-time graduate student pursuing courses of study and research leading to career in air quality, waste management, and/or environmental management/policy/law.
Be enrolled part-time or full-time at a community college and have plans to transfer and enroll full-time at a degree-seeking program at a four-year U.S. accredited institution in the U.S., Puerto Rico, or U.S. Virgin Islands the upcoming academic year. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and be eligible for Financial Aid.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation
Must show proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe and must reside in
AZ, CO, KS, MN, MT, ND, NM, OK, SD, WA, or CA. Must be a high school senior with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and plan on majoring in math, science, engineering, technology, physical science, medicine, natural resources or business.
Must be a member of AISES.
High school students attending college in the fall with an intended major. Must have a 2.75 GPA.
Must be a full-time sophomore or junior pursuing a degree in mathematics, the natural sciences or engineering. Must have at least a “B” average and be in the upper fourth of class. Must be a U.S. citizen, a resident alien or in the case of nominees from American Samoa or the Commonwealth of the Mariana Islands, a U.S. national. Must be nominated by your university.
Must be US citizen who possess academic potential and leadership qualities and show financial need.
Must have completed at least one academic semester of full-time college work and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Must be planning to enter the field of science or engineering encompassed by the technical activities of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). Applicants may be of any nationality.
Must be a member of AAAA or be the spouse of a member or deceased member, the unmarried son or daughter of an AAAA member, the unmarried brother or sister of a member, or the unmarried grandchild of a member. Applicant must be attending an accredited college or university.
Be of Hispanic heritage, U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident with a GPA of 3.0. Be enrolled in a degree-seeking program full time and earned at least 12 credit hours. Pursuing a degree in accounting or finance.
An internship with a market based organization either in public policy, public interest law, or nonprofit management. Includes furnished housing or housing allowance, a $1,500 stipend, travel expenses to and from the program, seminars on public policy analysis, career development workshops, and writing assistance from a professional editor. See website for complete details including eligibility requirements.
Applicant must be a Civitan or a Civitan’s immediate family member who is a full-time undergraduate student or part-time graduate student. Must demonstrate satisfactory academic achievement, financial need and professional objectives.
The CoRHSP seeks to introduce high school students from rural areas of Colorado to the health care fields through an intensive, residence-based, summer program at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Special consideration is given to minority and underprivileged students. Students accepted into the program receive a full-ride scholarship. The program pays for all student expenses of tuition, books, classroom fees, transportation, room and board.
Students who plan to attend accredited four-year colleges and universities and major in the following or related disciplines:
*Archaeology and/or Cultural Resources
*Civil, Chemical, Structural, Mechanical and/or Electrical Engineering
*Construction Engineering Technology
*Construction and/or Construction Management
*Environmental Science and related Studies
*Geology and/or Geotechnical Engineering
*Public Information and Outreach Programs
*Vehicle Design and Maintenance
Eligible applicants must meet the following requirements:
1. Be a graduating high school senior entering a regionally accredited college or
university in the year the scholarship is applied for. Scholarships are awarded
only to those who graduate from high school in the calendar year in which
scholarships are presented.
2. Be currently enrolled, in good standing and maintaining at least a 2.5 grade point
average through the 2010-2011 academic year.
3. Complete the full COMTO Colorado application process by the designated
4. Enrolled in a public or charter high school in Adams, Arapahoe, Denver,
Jefferson, Douglas, Broomfield and Boulder counties.
Amount: tuition + monthly spend
Fields: Medicine, osteopathy, nurse, anesthetist, veterinary medicine, optometry, psychology, dentistry. Open to health professionals and students participating in a reserve service of the US Armed Forces, training in the specialties listed above. Varying lengths of service are required to pay back the spending money. Must be US citizen. Award is based on a competitive process, including GPA. Financial need not a factor. 400 awards annually. Contact recruiter for more information.
This award is for students studying the physical sciences, engineering, mathematics, or a related discipline. Students are eligible if they are U.S. Citizens and Legal Permanent Residents, undergraduate seniors; bachelor's recipients; and first and second year graduate students at the time of application.
The program is open to full-time graduate students in the humanities and social sciences, regardless of citizenship, enrolled in doctoral programs in the United States. The program invites proposals for field research on all areas or regions of the world, as well as for research that is comparative, cross-regional, and cross-cultural. Proposals that identify the U.S. as a case for comparative inquiry are welcome; however, proposals that require no substantial research outside the U.S. are not eligible. Standard fellowships will provide support for nine to twelve months in the field, plus travel expenses.
Students in any discipline entering senior undergraduate year or a candidate for a PhD who has completed all requirements for that degree by January 31, save the completion and defense of his/her dissertation. Post-doctoral students are not eligible for consideration.
Applicants should have manifested exceptional ability and serious purpose. Special consideration will be given to applicants in humanities and to those who have completed their qualifying examinations for the doctoral degree. Open to foreign students already enrolled in a university located in the United States.
Denver Chapter Scholarship
Applicant must be an ethnic minority who is an undergraduate or graduate student in an accounting, business, or finance major; must be a student member of NABA. See website for full more information and full application.
Fellowships are awarded for graduate study leading to research-based masters or doctoral degrees in the field of science, mathematics, and engineering supported by the NSF. Applicants must be citizens, nationals, or permanent resident aliens of the United states at the time of application. The NSF welcomes applications from all qualified science, mathematics, or engineering students and strongly encourages women, minorities, and persons with disabilities to compete fully in this program
Eligible applicants include students who, at the time of application, are in a graduate or professional degree program in public policy, public health, natural resources, aquatic sciences or other related field at a U.S. accredited institution of higher education in the United States.
The Great Lakes Commission-Sea Grant Fellowship award is $41,000 over a one-year period. Of this amount, $35,000 is provided to each Fellow for compensation. The remaining $6,000 will be used to cover health insurance for the Fellow and support fellowship-related travel. During the fellowship, the Great Lakes Commission may provide supplemental funds for work-related travel by the Fellow. The fellowship is managed by the Great Lakes Commission in consultation with the National Sea Grant Office (NSGO).
-Must be a U.S. Citizen ans resident of Colorado for the past year
-Demonstrate financial need
-Display evidence of community service
-Admitted and enrolled in a institution of higher learning
-Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
The internship has a duration of 10 weeks.
For undergraduate students the stipend is $7,690.00 and for graduate students $10,250.00.
Stipends will be paid on the 15th of each month, May-July.
•Applicants must be U.S. Citizens. Dual citizens may be accepted at some labs, but not all. Interested students should contact the individual lab to determine if dual citizens are accepted.
•Students graduating in the Spring 2011 semester are eligible to apply.
•Applicants must be a Junior, Senior, or Graduate student to apply. If you are a sophomore you may still apply but you must have reached Junior status before starting at the lab.
•Applicants should have majors relevant to the research interests of the laboratories.
The Hermosa Creek Scholarship in Rural Health is awarded to a first year medical student committed to rural primary care practice. The Hermosa Creek Scholarship provides at least $6,000 per year, renewable for four years, to one student from a rural community in Colorado or Wyoming. The scholarship recipient must plan to practice primary care medicine on the Western Slope for at least four years. Prior to disbursement the scholarship recipient will be required to sign a promissory note with the University and agree to repay all scholarship monies in the event the recipient does not meet the four-year practice requirement. The University Bursar's Office of Student Debt management will follow up with each scholarship recipient to ensure compliance. The application will include a 1-2 page essay on the student's rural experience and rural plans. The student must include the name of their rural community and the name and town of their high school. In the essay, the student must discuss his/her plan to return to a rural community. In addition to the application, existing processes shall be used for scholarship selection or program administration unless otherwise approved by the Foundation and the University.
-Must be a high school junior with at least a 2.75 cumulative gpa seeking a degree at a four-year university
-selection is based upon future goals, special talents, leadership, community service, and obstacles overcome.
This national scholarship provides funding to women and girls pursing academic educational opportunities, changing careers, or seeking advancement in their current career. This scholarship is based on the financial need of applicant, as well as other criteria listed below.
The Deaf Queer Resource Center sponsors a $500 scholarship for deaf lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or queer students who are out about their sexual orientation/identity. Candidates must be currently enrolled in high school or college, be under the age of 25, and have a minimum 2.5 GPA. US Citizenship is required. Deaf Queer youth of color are especially encouraged to apply. Selection is based on a written or video essay.
Must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. national. Must be a teacher or plan to become a teacher of American history, American government or social studies at the secondary school level. If you already have a graduate degree, you must wait at least three years from the time that degree was awarded before applying for the fellowship. You must either currently posses a bachelor’s degree or plan to receive a bachelor’s degree no later than August 31 of the year in which you are applying.
Must be a high school senior who is sponsored by NAPHCC member in good standing for two years prior to application.
There are a number of scholarships available for intend to enroll in an engineering program accredited by Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Must be a U.S. citizen and be a high school senior.
Entry Fee: $10 for students. Submit unpublished poems for a chance to win $50-$100. See website for complete details.
This award is for research for doctoral dissertations by students whose projects focus on topics directly concerned with architecture, the built environment, and other arts that are immediately contributive to architecture. Must have completed course work and advanced to Ph.D. candidacy.
Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident currently enrolled and in good academic standing as undergraduate student. Must receive financial aid or have verifiable need for financial assistance to study abroad in Asia. Priority given to students with no previous experience in the country in which they plan to study. Must fulfill a service requirement. Must submit a report within 6 months after return to the U.S.
This award is for female students who are enrolled in a behavioral, life, physical, or social science or engineering program leading to a Ph.D. degree.
*NO AWARDS WILL BE GIVEN IN 2011*
By creating the scholarship, the university made a commitment to help relieve an additional financial burden for students whose people had been removed from their original homelands located within Colorado. These students would have otherwise qualified for in-state tuition.
Up to 20 students per semester will receive awards, depending on the number of applicants who meet the criteria. Students may continue the scholarship during subsequent semesters if requirements are maintained.
Student eligibility is evaluated on the basis of tribal identity, merit, and need:
* American Indian students who are federally recognized or state recognized as a citizen of an American Indian Nation or terminated tribe, or who are descended from a grandparent who is listed on a tribal census (documentation required)
* Currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student at UC Denver campus
* Part-time students (minimum of 6 hours) or full time students (12 or more hours)
* Agree to maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and successfully complete the part time or full time coursework for the semester awarded
* Demonstrate ongoing commitment to participating in their communities
Complete Application in the Attached Document
THIS IS NOT A SCHOLARSHIP, IT IS AN INTERNSHIP. This is a program that will provide a paid 10-week summer research opportunity at the Navel Research Laboratory, Naval Systems Command Laboratory, or Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory. Must be a U.S. citizen and be either a junior, senior, or graduate student.
Must be a spouse or dependent of a union participating in the Union Plus program who is or will be attending a university, college, trade or technical school.
Must be a U.S. citizen. Full time junior in accredited college or university within the United States or U.S. territories. Must have a cum GPA of 3.0 in all completed courses majoring in a discipline area related to oceanic and atmospheric science, research, technology, and education, and supportive of the purposes of NOAA’s programs and mission, e.g., biological, life, and agricultural sciences; physical sciences; mathematics; engineering; computer and information sciences; social and behavioral sciences; and teacher education.
Must be a part-time or full-time student at an accredited college or university. Applicant must write a 1200-2000 word essay that should contain personal, original insight into Jane Austen’s artistry, ideas and values.
Senior standing or have graduated from a four-year institution within the past five years; A GPA of 3.20 or better; Demonstrated unmet financial need; A bachelor's degree before the start of the upcoming fall semester
Applicant must be of Chinese descent. For a graduate scholarship, applicant must be entering or continuing in an accredited graduate degree program. For undergraduates, applicant must be at least a junior. US citizens or permanent residents only. GPA "B" or above.
The Association of Teachers of Japanese Bridging Project offers scholarships to American undergraduate students participating in study-abroad programs in Japan. Funding from private foundations and major U.S. corporations has made it possible for ATJ to award 100 scholarships annually to assist students with the travel and living expenses they will incur while studying abroad in Japan for a semester or an academic year. Undergraduate students majoring in any field of study are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Japanese language study is not a prerequisite. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and must be enrolled as undergraduates in a college or university in the United States before and during the time they are studying abroad. Bridging Scholarship recipients receive a stipend of $2,500 (for students on semester-long programs) or $4,000 (for students on academic year programs). Students studying in Japan on summer programs are not eligible to apply.
Must be a high school senior attending school in the United States; U.S. Citizen, or be legal in the U.S., planning to pursue a degree at an accredited U.S. post-secondary institution, carrying a minimum 3.0 GPA at the end of their junior year of high school.
Open to individuals diagnosed with a primary immunodeficiency disease as classified by the World Health Organization. Only students attending or entering undergraduate school may apply.
Must be the child of a local, state or federal law enforcement officer who was killed in the line of duty after the state in which they served joined the Police Corps (9/98 in Colorado). Must have been under the age of 21 at the time of the parent’s death or have been receiving more than ½ of his/her financial support from his/her parents.
High school seniors, who are U.S. citizens, seeking higher education at a 4-year college or university with a B+ or better grade average with financial need. Send a brief request letter with a self addressed stamped envelope to obtain a Request for Application form to:
Must be African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American or Hispanic American, be citizen or legal permanent resident or national of the U.S., have attained a cumulative GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale. Must be entering a U.S. accredited college or university as full-time, degree seeking freshman in fall. Must demonstrate leadership abilities though participation in community service, extracurricular or other activities and meet the federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria.
Must be an undergraduate or graduate student, legally blind and studying in the field of rehabilitation and/or education of persons who are blind or visually impaired.
Created in memory of A. James Ruttenber, PhD, MD, the fund supports students in medicine, epidemiology, public health, environmental journalism, and related fields. The fund provides study grants for education and travel between the University of Colima School of Medicine, Colima, Mexico and the University of Colorado.