South Carolina


  • Watson-Brown Foundation Scholarships

    Amount: $5,000. About: Watson-Brown Foundation Scholarships are annual awards meant to provide need-based and merit-based aid to undergraduate students in Georgia and South Carolina. Applicants must be residents of one of 18 Georgia and South Carolina counties, and must be a college-bound high school senior or current undergraduate student at a 4-year, regionally-accredited, non-profit colleges…


  • Opportunity Scholarship

    Amount: Up to $80,000 maximum over 4 years. About: Dream.US, a nonprofit organization, created its Opportunity Scholarship to help undocumented students who live in “locked-out states,” meaning states where students “effectively have no access to college – either because they face paying out-of-state tuition or because their state will simply not admit them into its…


  • Charleston Women in International Trade (CWIT) Scholarship Program

    Amount: $3,000. About: Charleston Women in International Trade (CWIT), an organization that promotes female international trade professionals in Charleston and other areas of South Carolina, is offering scholarships to four-year college students and two-year technical college students who are majoring in supply chain, logistics, and international trade. There are separate scholarship applications for four-year college…


  • South Carolina Teaching Fellows

    Amount: Up to $6,000 per year for 4 years. About: The South Carolina Teaching Fellows Scholarship is a program funded by the state of South Carolina with the goal of developing aspiring teachers. The program provides up to 200 fellowships of each year. Recipients gain access to a variety of professional development opportunities and participate…


  • Colonel Kathleen Swacina Scholarship

    Amount: $1,500. About: The COL Kathleen Swacina Scholarship Fund awards one female college student a $1,500 scholarship to be applied toward the student’s ongoing higher-level academic education at an accredited four-year school. Community college students in their first two years are eligible if they will continue on to an accredited four-year college or university. Applicants…


  • Southern Automotive Women’s Forum Scholarship

    Amount: $1,000-$5,000. About: The Southern Automotive Women’s Forum (SAWF) Scholarship is offered to women who are enrolled or enrolling in a STEM field. Students may be enrolled in a two-year technical program, a four-year undergraduate program, or a graduate program that can be used in a career in the automotive industry. Eligible Grade Levels: High…