Browse available scholarships through UGA and at the national level.
- African-American Scholarships (nationwide)
- Asian Scholarships (nationwide)
- Disability Scholarships (nationwide)
- Hispanic/Latino Scholarships (nationwide)
- LGBTQ Scholarships (nationwide)
- Native American Scholarships (nationwide)
- General Diversity Scholarships (nationwide)
Diversity Scholarships: Office of Institutional Diversity
Disability Resource Center Scholarships
Students registered with the Disability Resource Center at UGA may be eligible for a scholarship through the Disability Resource Center.
After recipients of National Achievement Scholarships and Corporate-Sponsored Achievement Scholarships have been chosen, the remaining African American finalists are contacted and asked to report their current college of choice. College officials calculate each winner's stipend (based on financial information reported directly to the college) which ranges from $250 to $2600 per year.
Award of up to $1500 to students with sophomore standing or higher with exceptional academic achievement and financial need.
Award up to $7500 to students with sophomore standing or higher with exceptional academic achievement and financial need.
Awarded to Methodist minority students attending college at least one year. Must also be a U.S. citizen and have a 2.5 GPA minimum.
Must be US citizen. Fields of study include behavioral sciences, social studies, the humanities, engineering, mathematics, physical sciences, biological sciences, and interdisciplinary programs. Up to $30,000 for tuition, $3000 for travel, $2000 for research.
Must be a US citizen. Fields of study include behavioral sciences, social studies, humanities, engineering, mathematics, physical sciences, biological sciences, and interdisciplinary programs. Award up to $14000.
African-American high school graduates who are planning to attend colleges and universities where African Americans are significantly underrepresented are eligible to apply if they are U.S. citizens. Selection is based on academic potential (as evidenced by high school records, test scores, and personal essays), character, the applicants' understanding of their educational goals and academic abilities and community and school involvement.
The Foundation annually provides financial assistance to worthy students pursuing higher education both at the Undergraduate and Graduate levels. All scholarships are paid to the college or university and not directly to the student.
For students of Japanese American descent. Amount varies.
Undergraduate and graduate students of Chinese ancestry.
Applicants must be an active National JACL member. JACL membership is open to everyone of any ethnic background.
Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA) has been provided with funding from the UPS Foundation to fund the OCA Gold Mountain college scholarships for Asian Pacific Americans who are the first persons in their family to attend an institution of higher education. Scholarships of $2,000 each will be awarded to ten A/P/A students with financial need.
Students of Korean descent who wish to further their education. Award is $1,000.
The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (AG Bell) offers several scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study. Applicants are eligible for one scholarship per school year and are limited to a total of two scholarship awards. Award amounts range from $1,000 to $5,000.
Each year the Georgia Council of the Blind awards one or more scholarships of up to $1000.00 to deserving students.
As part of our service to people with dwarfism and the community at large, LPA offers educational scholarships to prospective and current students attending college or vocational school in the Unite States. Awards can range from $250 to $1000, sometimes more. A scholarship committee, headed by LPA's Vice President of Programs, will selectively review all scholarship application packets.
The Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Scholarship is a $10,000 - 1,250 award given to a high school senior with an identified learning disability (LD) who is pursuing an undergraduate degree.
Each year at its national convention in July, the NFB gives a broad array of 30 scholarships to recognize achievement by blind scholars. In addition to a scholarship, each winner will receive assistance to attend the 2017 National Federation of the Blind Annual Convention which will take place July 10 through 15, 2017, in Orlando, Florida, providing an excellent opportunity for high-level networking with active blind persons in many different professions and occupations.
For disabled students of an ethnic minority. You must be disabled and intend to enroll in a full-time undergraduate program or vocational, technical, or fine arts training programs.
Accenture offers multiyear internships and $3,000 scholarships for college sophomores studying business, engineering, computer science, information systems, or math. They are awarded in conjunction with the ASPIRA Association.
Each year, 1,000 minority students studying STEM (or library science or education) will get good-through-graduation scholarships to use at any university. The deadline is January 11.
HACU awards a variety of scholarships for students who demonstrate financial need. Applications will open in the spring.
The Hispanic Dental Association has a variety of scholarships ranging from $1,000-$10,000 for students interested in studying dentistry.
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund offers a host of scholarships for students studying all fields.
The League of United Latin American Citizens, in conjunction with General Electric, awards two Hispanic students studying business or engineering with $5,000 scholarships.
The National Alliance for Hispanic Health awards scholarships to 35 students with a declared STEM major.
The Lee Dubin Scholarship is sponsored by COLAGE (Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere) and the Family Pride Coalition (FPC). Three to five $1,000 scholarships are awarded to children of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered parents and guardians who have worked to affect change in the LGBT community and the community at large.
The Live Out Loud Annual Scholarship provides three $2,500 scholarships to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students and allies who have made significant contributions to society by "living out loud" and supporting the LGBT community. The scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors and to students who deferred attending an educational institution for one year following graduation. Award selection is based on academic credentials, an essay, leadership and community service involvement, an interview, two letters of recommendation, financial need and future goals.
The Point Foundation is a national, publicly-supported scholarship fund that provides financial support, mentoring and hope to meritorious undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students who are marginalized because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Awards amounts vary based on need, and are renewed annually until the completion of one's degree as long as key expectations are met in the "Contract of Excellence" signed by each Scholar, which includes a requirement to maintain a 3.5 GPA. Past award amounts have ranged from $5,000 to $28,000 per year.
Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood showing Choctaw descent, attend an accredited college or university within the United States. Award: $800 (grant); $1000 (scholarship).
This scholarship is awarded once a year to one student. A candidate for this scholarship must be enrolled full time at a 2 or 4 year college or university. Applicants must be Native Americans, and proof of American Indian blood is required by letter or proof papers. Students must demonstrate financial need, academic achievement, and have a 3.0 GPA or higher. A recipient may reapply for this scholarship and be considered along with other members of the applicant pool.
Based on financial need, 2.0 GPA, and enrollment in HOPI tribe. Award is $1000.
The American Indians Committee of the DAR awards this scholarship to Native Americans. This award is intended to help Native American students of any age, any tribe, in any state striving to get an education. All awards are judged based on financial need and academic achievement. Specify that you want information on the American Indian Scholarship when you send the stamped self-addressed envelope for information.
The purpose of the Higher Education Scholarship Program is to financially assist qualified full time students enrolled in accredited colleges or universities. Funding through the Higher Education program is allowed for up to 5 years per student's lifetime. Priority is given to enrolled members of the Sitka Tribe of Alaska.
Member of Navajo Tribe, 3.0 GPA, upper-division student. Contact for awards and deadline.
Open to all minority students who demonstrate financial need and are recommended by a member of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs.
Undergraduates or recent grads can apply through their institution for this program.
The program, jointly supported and sponsored by NSF and National Science Council of Taiwan, EAPSI provides U.S. graduate students with the opportunities to attend an academic apprenticeship in Taiwan from June to August each year.
Academia Sinica of Taiwan set up the Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP) in 2002, in order to attract young scholars from around the globe to its campus for advanced, inter-disciplinary studies. In cooperation with the top universities in Taiwan, TIGP will offer about eight program options. All courses will be conducted in English and scholarships and research grants are available for qualified students. TIGP is a unique and exciting intellectual community that will provide young scholars with tremendous opportunities for academic and personal growth.