• 5 Strong Scholarship

    Amount: Full Tuition. About: The 5 Strong Scholarship Foundation partners with historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to provide full-tuition scholarships and non-monetary support to student leaders. To be considered for scholarships, applicants must reside in the metropolitan area of Atlanta or Houston. Eligible Grade Levels: High School Senior Eligible Majors: All majors Residency Requirement:…


  • Target Scholarship

    Amount: Up to $5,000. About: Created in 2021 by Target in partnership with UNCF, the Target Scholars Program provides 1,000 need-based scholarships of up to $5,000 to first-year Black students enrolled at select HBCUs with a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in technology, leadership or design. In addition to four years of academic support,…


  • UNCF General Scholarship

    Amount: Varies. About: The UNCF General Application is not one specific scholarship but an application that enables students to apply for several UNCF scholarships at one time. The General Application is used to establish a pool of eligible candidates for scholarships that are unpublished and do not require an additional application. In order to qualify,…


  • Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Scholarship Program

    Amount: $10,000. About: The Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Scholarship Program was established by Tony Signore to honor one of the most important African American figures in our country’s history. The program awards two $10,000 scholarships each year to exceptional HBCU seniors (one female and one male student), who have demonstrated high academic achievement, strong leadership skills,…


  • Chevron/SWE Scholarship

    Amount: $5,000. About: The Chevron Corporation, a multinational energy company, and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), an organization promoting the interests of women in engineering professions, partner to offer a scholarship for female students in various engineering majors. Students at all schools are eligible but preference is given to students at Hispanic-serving institutions and…


  • NSCS HBCU Student of the Year: Changemaker Award

    Amount: $10,000. About: The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) HBCU Student of the Year: Changemaker Award is annually awarded to an HBCU student who is actively facilitating change on their campus or in their community. Applicants must be NSCS members and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Eligible Grade Levels: No grade level…