Black Women


  • NAACP Scholarships

    Amount: Up to $10,000. About: Each year, as part of its Inspire Initiatives, the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) offers a variety of need-based and merit scholarships to Black students who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree. While the award amounts, age, and eligibility requirements vary with each scholarship, applicants…


  • Denver Alumnae Chapter Scholarships

    Amount: $1,500-$6,000. About: Each year, the Denver Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority awards scholarships to incoming college freshmen. Applicants must be Black/African American women, be residents of the Denver metropolitan area, be graduating or have graduated from high school or recieved a GED within the past two years, have applied to an…


  • Moss Adams Foundation Scholarship

    Amount: $1,000. About: The Educational Foundation for Women In Accounting (EFWA) offers the Moss Adams Foundation Scholarship to women who wish to earn a degree in accounting. Applicants must be a minority woman, be returning to school as a current or re-entry junior or senior, or be a woman pursuing her fifth-year requirement through either…


  • Scholarships for Black Women

    Scholarships for Black Women

    Black women take on more student loan debt than any other demographic and have the highest average total student debt at $41,466 for undergraduate and $75,085 for graduate school, according to an analysis of federal data by the American Association of University Women. If you’re a Black female student, here are the specific scholarships you can apply for. Here…


  • Mantra College Mental Health Provider Diversity Scholarship

    Mantra College Mental Health Provider Diversity Scholarship

    Amount: $3,000 (3 awards). About: Mantra Health, a company that provides virtual mental health care to students, offers its College Mental Health Provider Diversity Scholarship to help students of color pursue careers in mental healthcare. Each applicant must be a U.S. citizen from a historically marginalized community or an underrepresented population within the field of mental…