GoodCall Scholarship Search Engine

GoodCall.com offers A Variety of Scholarships to students based on their ethnicity, gender, major, etc.

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Financial Aid & Scholarships For Minority Students

The Center For Online Education built this scholarship and financial aid guide as A Hub For Significant Scholarships & Other Unique Opportunities For Minority Students.

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Scholarships For Hispanic & Latino Students

BestColleges.com offers Scholarships For First Generation Hispanic Students, Undocumented Hispanic Students, and Hispanic Women

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American Institute of Architects

AmInstofArchitectsThe AIA/AAF Minority Disadvantaged Scholarship Program provides assistance for high school graduates, college freshmen, and community college students pursuing their BA or Masters In Architecture. Students can earn up to $5000.

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American Physical Society Minority Scholarship

APSPhysicsThe APS Scholarship was established To Encourage African American, Hispanic American, and American Indian Students To Obtain A Degree In Physics.

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Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

CongHispanicCaucusThe CHCI's Scholarship Opportunities are meant To Educate, Empower, and Connect Effective & Committed Latino Leaders.

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Dr. Juan Andrade, Jr. Scholarship

PetersonsHispanic Students Attending or Accepted To An Undergraduate Four-Year Institution, are eligible to apply for A $1000 Dr. Juan Andrade, Jr. Scholarship. Students Attending or Accepted To An Undergraduate Two-Year Institution, are eligible for A $500 Scholarship.

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Gates Millennium Scholars

GatesMillenniumThe Gates Millenium Scholars Program (established in 1999), is A $1.6 Billion Initiative Funded By Grant From The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, For Outstanding Minority Students with significant financial need

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Geneseo Migrant Center

GeneseoThe Geneseo Migrant Center administers A Variety of Scholarships as Financial Assistance For Migrant Students, Who Want To Further Their Education.

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Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities (HACU)

HACU currently represents over 400 colleges & universities committed to Hispanic Higher Education Success in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. HACU's Numerous Scholarships are available to students currently attending A HACU Member Institution.

Deadline: May 25

Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund (MALDEF)

The MALDEF Law School Scholarship offers Financial Assistance For Qualified Latino Students, In Pursuit of Higher Education. Each year MALDEF awards numerous Law School Scholarships of up to $6,000.

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National Action Council For Minorities In Engineering (NACME)

NACMENACME is responsible for Over $4 Million In Scholarships Awarded Annually To Underrepresented Minority Students. Each NACME Pre-Engineering Student Scholarship Winner receives A $1,500 Award, to be used Toward The Cost of Attending An Engineering School & A Certificate of Recognition.

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National Society of Hispanic MBA’s (NSHMBA)

NSHMBAThe NSHMBA Foundation Scholarship Program provides Financial Support For Hispanic Students Pursuing MBA Programs, At An Accredited AACSB Institution of the student's choice. Students Must Be Prospanica Members

Deadline: May 15

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

SocHispanicEngThe Advancing Hispanic Excellence In Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (AHESTEM) Scholarship Program is designed To Enhance The Potential of Latino Students Pursuing Degrees In Engineering, Math, Technology, and Science. Students can earn Merit-Based & Need-Based Scholarships of up to $5,000.

Deadline: June 30

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