100 Scholarships for Minority Students
Compiled by Diversity & Inclusion
- Ron Brown Scholar Program
- FastWEB Scholarship Search
- The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Site
- The Hispanic College Fund
- Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarships
- Marine Corps Scholarships
- McDonald’s Education Scholarships
- Frito Lay Arts Scholarship
- Gates Millennium Scholars Program
- Hallmark/UNCF Scholars Program
- Intel/UNCF Scholarship Program
- United Water Corporate Scholars Program
- Liberty Mutual Responsible Scholars Program
- Academy for Educational Development Fellowships
- American Institute of CPAs Scholarship for Minority Accounting Students
- American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Fellowships
- Bristol-Myers Squibb Minority Fellowships in Academic Medicine
- The Roothbert Fund
- Coca Cola Scholarships
- State Farm Insurance Achievement Scholarships
- State Farm Insurance Hispanic Scholarships
- McNair Scholars Program
- National Institutes of Health Undergraduate Scholarship Program
- Catching The Dream – Native Student Scholarship
- Military Tuition Support
- NACME Scholarship Program
- NCAA Ethnic Minority and Women’s Enhancement Scholarship
- Leonard M. Perryman Communications Scholarship
- Methodist Scholarships
- Project Excellence Scholarships
- Intel Science Talent Search
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarships
- Discover Student Loans Scholarship Award
- Jennings Randolph Peace Scholarship Dissertation Program
- APA Scholarships and Fellowships
- Udall Foundation Scholarship for Native Students
- American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship Program
- Americorps Funding Opportunities
- Student Inventors Scholarships
- Ayn Rand Essay Scholarships
- Brand Essay Competition
- Xerox Technical Minority Scholarship Program
- National Assoc. of Black Journalists Scholarships (NABJ)
- Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund
- FinAid: The Smart Students Guide to Financial Aid (scholarships)
- Microsoft Scholarship Program
- Sallie Mae Scholarship Search
- William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students
- Dell Scholars Program
- Jacki Tuckfield Memorial Graduate Business Scholarship
- Burger King McLamore Scholars Program
- Siemens Westinghouse Competition
- GE and LuLac Scholarship Funds
- RMHC/HACER Scholarship Program
- HBCU “Packard” Sit Abroad Scholarships (for study around the world)
- INROADS internships
- Courage to Grow Scholarship (Awarded Monthly)
- DoSomething.org Scholarships
- Epsilon Sigma Alpha Foundation Scholarships
- NAACP Legal Defense Fund Scholarship
- Horatio Alger Scholarship
- HSF General College Scholarship
- Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship
- Nissan North America, Inc. Scholarship
- ProofReading.com Scholarship Program
- P.L.A.Y. Scholarship
- Kim and Harold Louie Scholars
- SME Education Foundation Manufacturing and Engineering Scholarships
- CANFIT Program Scholarships
- RTDNA Carole Simpson Broadcast Journalist Scholarship
- Surety and Fidelity Industry Intern and Scholarship Program
- Smithsonian Minority Internship Program
- James E. Webb Internship Program
- WHOI Minority Fellowship Program
- ALA Spectrum Scholarship
- APS Scholarship for Minority Undergraduate Physics Majors
- AMS/Industry Minority Scholarships
- American Chemical Society Scholars Program
- Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship
- LAGRANT Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship
- LPGA Phyllis G. Meekins Scholarship
- National Press Club Scholarship for Journalism Diversity
- Chips Quinn Scholars Program
- IIE UPS Scholarships for Minority Students
- Allison E. Fisher Scholarship
- SHPE Foundation General Scholarships
- CHCI Scholarship
- NACA South Student Leadership Scholarship
- Dr. Juan Andrade Scholarship for Young Hispanic Leaders
- American Indian College Fund
- Ford Blue Oval Scholars
- KATU Thomas R. Dargan Scholarship
- Morgan Stanley Scholarships
- DAR American Indian Scholarship
- AAIA Scholarships
- American Indian Graduate Center Scholarships
- AXA Achievement Community Scholarship
- Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation Scholarships
- Scholarship America Dream Award
- BUICK Achievers Scholarship Program
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Youth Leadership Conferences
Mason is excited to partner with the following student leadership conferences to offer outstanding high school and university scholars the opportunity to participate in the following experiences for elective college credit.
- Envision Career & Leadership Programs
- Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Program (HOBY)
- Washington Journalism and Media Conference
- Washington Youth Summit on the Environment
These programs have been approved by our faculty, and students who qualify can receive college credit for “Special Topics in Leadership.” Scholars enrolled in 4- to 8-day programs earn one (1) college credit, while programs that run 9 days or longer are eligible for two (2) college credits. This is elective Mason credit and generally transfers to other four-year colleges and universities, but we recommend that students and parents check with the college/university they are applying to or attending if they are interested in how the credit would apply.
How are students selected?
Students are selected to represent their school and state through our academic partnerships. Nominations may be made by high school educators or students are identified by George Mason University through information we receive about students interests and/or academic ability through college entrance exams, or through data from NRCCUA (National Research Center for College and University Administrators), which conduct high school interest/career surveys. Educators are invited to fill out a nomination form for any of our student leadership opportunities and students will be contacted to confirm their nomination.
How are students evaluated?
The course, Special Topics in Leadership is a “Pass/Fail” course and students are evaluated based on their experiential learning opportunities throughout the week. Conference faculty will monitor their active participation in simulations, contributions to discussions and demonstration of leadership and critical thinking skills in group and individual settings. Students will receive feedback on their progress throughout the conference.
How do I enroll in Mason college credit?
Scholars must “opt in” and apply for the elective credit by contacting the conference Office of Admissions and completing the online enrollment application, as well as answering the required questions on the Student Information Form. This must be done no later than the end of the second day of the program session. Students enrolling for credit must be capable of doing college-level work and have completed the 9th grade at the time of the program. Students are asked to provide a self-reported GPA and complete the required questions and student leadership essay prior to conference participation. Tuition is $100.00 for one (1) credit and $200.00 for two (2) credits. Payment will be made to the specific conference. Students who do not meet the requirements for college credit will be refunded the credit tuition amount
Torch Scholars have the power to change the world.
Continuing Northeastern’s century-old commitment to educational opportunity, the Torch Scholars Program is a bold and innovative initiative that provides students with the opportunity to explore their passions and expand their global horizons. The program’s nomination and holistic review process identifies bright students from across the country who have already succeeded against the odds, but who have not yet reached their full academic potential.
Torch is dedicated to supporting these talented, first-generation college students through an extensive full-scholarship program that includes:
- a comprehensive summer immersion program,
- intensive academic planning and assessments,
- in-depth peer and professional mentoring,
- and a wide array of social events that foster group identity and camaraderie.
The program is simply unparalleled in its support for first-generation students from diverse backgrounds. Much more than a scholarship, Torch is a comprehensive model for access, retention, and achievement.
Torch Scholars have a drive to succeed—for their families and for themselves—and exhibit a universal commitment to giving back, completing 100 hours of service each academic year. Our scholars possess the ability and the will to succeed—Torch transforms them into leaders by empowering them to put those qualities into action.
EACH YEAR, NEARLY 500 NOMINEES FROM ACROSS THE UNITED STATES VIE FOR 10 TORCH SCHOLARSHIPS.
Torch looks to guidance counselors, teachers, mentors, clergy, and community workers to find deserving Torch Scholars.
Torch Nominators are non-family members—adults and professionals in or out of the school setting who know the student on a personal level. Nominators should be prepared to answer questions about the candidate’s family obligations, motivation, and emotional readiness for college. Please take a moment to think about the promising young people in your life who might benefit from the Torch Scholars Program. You may nominate more than one student in the same academic year.
We’re glad that you are considering nominating a student for Torch. You can nominate a student here.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Northeastern University Regular Decision application deadline (all Torch applicants must complete the Common Application.) All application materials, including your nomination form, will be considered by the Torch Scholars Selection Committee.|
|Torch Scholars nomination deadline. (Access our nomination form here)|
We will waive the application fee for Torch nominees. To request a fee waiver, you must select “Other” as the fee waiver type in the payment section when submitting the Common Application and Northeastern Supplement. We will grant the fee waiver after verifying that a student has been nominated for the Torch Scholars Program. If you have questions about having your application fee waived, please contact us at 617.373.7204 or email@example.com.
|Priority deadline for financial aid paperwork. Students should complete the FAFSA and CSS Profile in order to be considered for the Torch Scholars program as well as other federal and institutional financial assistance.|
|February||Finalists will be notified and asked to complete a non-cognitive assessment and complete three additional essays prior to their interview day.|
|March||Torch Scholars Program decisions are announced. Due to the unique nature of this program, students selected as Torch finalists will not receive their admissions decisions from Northeastern until after scholarship recipients are announced.|