Students can apply for the McDonald’s Scholarship up to $15,000 for the 2021-22 HBCU academic year on the TMCF website until May 10.
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The Hungry for Education Scholarship is a collaboration of the Tom Joyner Foundation and the Denny’s. The deadline for the application is December 1, 2016.
Each October, the federal government provides more than $150 billion in financial aid for college or career school. See our FAFSA application success tips.
Each year the Tom Joyner Foundation selects one high school senior to receive one of their annual ‘Full Ride’ Tom Joyner Scholarship. Deadline Jan 18, 2018.
The time used to apply for scholarships should be taken carefully and seriously. Here the best ways you can improve your odds of being awarded.
The Ford Motor Company and Ford Motor Company Fund are searching for students to compete in the 2016 Ford HBCU Community Challenge. Deadline October 9, 2016.
Janet Jackson Scholarship offers up to $5,000 for students of UNCF-affiliated HBCUs. Learn how you can apply for the scholarship. Deadline is Oct. 31, 2016.
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. joins the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to talk about the Apple HBCU Scholars Program.