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The Dell Scholarship offers up to $4,500 for minority, need-based college juniors majoring in Supply Chain Management, Computer Science or IT fields. The application deadline is August 28.
The Coca Cola Scholarship is one of the most prestigious corporate sponsored program in the nation. Read on to learn about eligibility requirements & more. The scholarship deadline in Oct. 31st.
The Procter and Gamble Scholarship directs its criteria around academically achieving undergraduate students at any accredited four-year colleges or universities within the United States. Procter & Gamble has continuously demonstrated its remarkable leadership as a leading consumer products manufacturer within the global market. This scholarship focuses on providing financial assistance to ensure students have access […]
This Xerox Minority Scholarship is for minority students who are enrolled in a technical degree program at the bachelor’s level or above. The deadline September 30th.
Military and community service provide great options for students looking to pay for college while serving their country. Here are five options to consider.
Delta Community Credit Union and KISS 104.1 is awarding quarterly scholarships for $2,000 to one student who is enrolled in or will attend a Georgia HBCU.
The HBCU CONNECT Minority Scholarship Program for students who attend or plan to attend an HBCUs is awarding $1,000 scholarships for one academic year. The next deadline is August 1st, 2016.