This scholarship is for full or part-time undergraduate students in College of Health and Human Sciences Major in Construction Management , sophomore, junior and senior class level and must have at least two semesters remaining toward a degree.
This Scholarship is for full-time undergraduate students enrolled and making progress toward a degree within the College of Liberal Arts or the College of Health and Human Sciences. Preference shall be given to Colorado residents
This scholarship is for students completed at least 30 credits to receive the award, pursuing a teaching career or leadership in Health and/or Physical Education and demonstrate academic excellence (minimum 3.
This scholarship is for residents of Greater Cleveland pursuing the study of early childhood education, counseling or related field. Under-served and under-represented, low-to-moderate income applicants will be given preference.
This scholarship is for a graduating senior from Harrison County High School in Cynthiana, Kentucky who demonstrates excellent academic achievement and who plans to pursue a degree in science, technology, engineering, math, or pre-medicine.
This scholarship is for graduating seniors from Scott County in the state of Kentucky and graduating senior from Scott County High School who intend on pursuing a degree in the medical field or in photography.
This scholarship is for freshmen or sophomore students accepted into a Health care-related program. Applicants must be Wyoming residents and not affiliated with any Blue Cross/Blue Shield employee. Financial need is a factor.
This scholarship is for graduating students from Holliday High School who plan to/currently pursuing a Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Special Education, Criminal Justice, or Counseling field of study.
This scholarship provides a 4-year renewable award to a high-achieving incoming freshman with financial need pursuing a degree in the College of Letters & Science with preference for students from Kenosha County.
This scholarship is for students who seek careers in college teaching in one of the social sciences or college counseling, or in careers in non-profit and humane organizations, or in organizations that promote and protect civil liberties and civil rights.
This scholarship is for students within the University’s Graduate School of Architecture, the undergraduate College of Arts & Sciences and the Law School. Graduate architecture and law students must be at least rising second-year students in the 2020–21 academic year.
This scholarship is for full-time students at Northwest College who are a Heathcare-related major. Recipients must have a minimum of 2.50 GPA, with a cumulative 2.50 GPA required after the Fall semester for a second semester (midyear) disbursement.
This scholarship is for currently registered as a student at either Hartnell College or Monterey Peninsula College, and planning to enroll as a full-time student at a four-year college or university in the next academic year (Fall 2020).
This scholarship is for students who demonstrate an interest in one of the following major divisions: Natural Sciences, Humanities, Business, Social Science and Engineering. Students must be a sophomore or above, enrolled full-time at Wilberforce University.
This scholarship is for students who are pursuing a Life or Health Sciences degree. Recipients must enroll full time and maintain a minimum 3.00 GPA. The 3.00 GPA must be maintained after the Fall semester to receive Spring disbursement of the scholarship.
This scholarship is for undergraduate sophomore or junior in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies or the School of Education with GPA of 3.0 or better and demonstrate involvement in extracurricular activities.
Hawkinson Foundation Scholarships have been awarded each year to undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate a commitment to peace and justice. Undergrad and graduate student scholarships have typically been $1,000-5,000 each.
This scholarship is for students who have an interest in industries related to homes and home ownership, including: designing homes, building homes, placing people in homes, combatting homelessness, or studying the housing market.
This scholarship is for students who study or will study in a health career field. Scholarships primarily awarded to full time residents of the area served by West Valley Medical Center, including Canyon and Owyhee Counties in Idaho and Malheur County in Oregon
This scholarship is for senior and graduate students enrolled in the Department of Psychology at the University of Wyoming. Recipients shall be selected by the University Committee in consultation with the Chairman of the Department of Psychology.
Candidates must be a member of National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) and currently enrolled in a nursing program (B.S.N., A.D., Diploma or L.P.N./ L.V.N. Masters , and Doctoral) and in good scholastic standing at the time of application.
This scholarship is for traditional students who, in seven or more years time has elapsed between last year in high school and freshman year at the University of Utah and declared major in the College of Social and Behavioral Science.
This scholarship is for undergraduate or graduate students major in Entrepreneurship, Health Services Management or Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management with minimum cumulative GPA of 2.
This scholarship is for students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences who demonstrate broad intellectual interests and the qualities of leadership and citizenship. Preference is given to an out of state student, preferably from a New England state or from the state of Wisconsin.
This scholarship is for junior or senior undergraduate student enrolled full-time in the College of Natural Sciences majoring in Psychology. Applicants must have a concentration of study in counseling/addictions within the Psychology Department.
This scholarship is for sophomores (completed 30 or more credits) pursuing a career through a Northwest College healthcare related degree program. Recipient must enroll full time as well as have a minimum 2.
The Steve Westerman Memorial Scholarship, in partnership with Grand Canyon University and OCJ Kids, was founded with the mission of giving opportunity to those in the foster care system who have need and are looking to contribute to society through the application of **Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM)...
This scholarship is for students obtaining an education in medical and counseling professions that are essential for the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders, with a particular emphasis on opioid misuse.
This scholarship is for newly admitted freshman majoring in a field related to the arts, humanities or social sciences, with preference to those committed to developing a deeper appreciation of regional, national and international issues.