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US Coast Guard Spouses Club of Mobile Scholarship


  • $1000 April

  • Dependent of an active or former US Coast Guard person

Contact : Scholarship Committee Coast Guard Spouses Club of Mobile

PO Box 850184 Mobile, AL 36685-0184



USA Today / All Academic Team


  • contact: http://allstars.usatoday.com or email: allstars@usatoday.com

  • February

  • $2,500

  • High academic and achievement



University of Alabama Birmingham


  • Math Major & enter UAB Fast Track Program

  • $6500 to $9000

  • High GPA & ACT Students

  • Contact: http://www.math.uab.edu/programs/fasttrack.html

UAB / School of Arts & Humanities

• Performance assistantship or technical stipend $1,000-$6,0000

• Scholarships $1,000 to $3,000

• Contact: www.theatreuab.bham.net



UAB School of Business

Pizitz Endowed Scholarship: $2500 for 4 years

Rime Endowed Scholarship: $2500 for 4 years

Van Matre Endowed Scholarship: $1,000 (rural area origin)

A.G. Gaston Endowed Scholarship: financial need / African American

Contact: www.business.uab.edu


University of West Alabama

• Trustee Award 22-24 ACT $1000 per year

• Trustee Honors 25-27 ACT $2000 per year

• Trustee Honors II 28-29 ACT $3000 per year

• Trustee Excellence 30-36 ACT 45000 per year

• Valedictorian $3000 per year

• Salutatorian $2000 per year

• Student Council Pres. $2,000 per year

• Sr. Class Pres. $2000 per year

• Yearbook/News editor $1,000 per year



• Mobile Cty. Alumni Chapter Scholarship deadline: April Contact:205-652-3552


U.S. Coast Guard


  • www.uscg.mil/jobs


University of South AL / New Students scholarships


  • ACT 21-23 GPA 3.0 $1500 Dec.1

  • ACT 24-26 GPA 3.0 $2500 Dec. 1

  • ACT 27-29 GPA 3.5 $3500 Dec. 1

  • ACT 30+ GPA 3.5 $4,000 Dec. 1

USA Mitchell Business


  • ACT 28-36 GPA 3.5 $8,000 Dec. 1

USA Enhanced Honor Program


  • ACT 27-29 GPA 3.5 $4,000 Dec.1

  • ACT 30-32 GPA 3.5 $6,000 Dec. 1

  • ACT 33+ GPA 3.5 $9,000 Dec. 1



USA Childcare Worker Training and Development


  • 19 or older

  • High school diploma or a G.E.D

  • Drivers license/ social security card

  • Interview

  • Physicals examination

  • Clear the Alabama Central registry For Child Abuse / Neglect

  • Appropriate dexterity for child care


USA Physics


  • Full tuition and fees renewable

  • Must study physics

  • November

  • (251) 460-6224



University of Alabama


  • Academic & Leadership Scholarships

  • Tier I GPA 3.8+ ACT 32 + $8,500 per yr renewable

  • Tier II GPA 3.5+ ACT 27 + full tuition renewable

  • Tier III GPA 3.0+ ACT 24+ amounts vary

  • Honors Program $2,000 or $1,000 ACT 28

  • Computer Based Honors Scholarship $4,000 ACT 32 GPA 3.9

  • Need Based Scholarships ACT & GPA considered

  • Contact: Undergraduate Admissions 800-933-2262



University of Montevallo


  • Family & Consumer Science Major

  • Various Monetary awards

  • November

  • (205) 665-6385

University of Montevallo / Valedictorian/ Salutatorian Scholarship


  • Male / Female -

  • Valedictorian/ Salutatorian of school

  • $3000 per academic year

  • GPA 3.25 or higher (must maintain 3.25)

  • Accepted at Montevallo

Speech Pathology Scholarship


  • $3000 renewable

  • November

  • (205) 665-6000



University of North Alabama


  • General, academic, achievement etc.

  • High school transcript , ACT scores

  • October

  • Contact – 1-800-TALK-UNA



University of Southern Mississippi


  • Presidential Scholarship January (tuition, room & board, books) 30ACT

  • Olliphant Scholarship January $3,000 President alternative

  • Honors College Scholarship March $1200 over 4 year - Academic Excellence Award April $8,000 over 4 years Academic 32 ACT

Leadership January $8,800 over 4 years Exceptional Leadership


United Negro College Fund / Gates Millennium


  • Male / female African American, Native American, Asian Pacific islander American, or Hispanic American

  • Citizen or legal/ national / permanent resident

  • GPA 3.3 on a 4.0 scale

  • Financial need

  • Attend an accredited college

  • Contact: 8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive PO Box 10444

  1. Fairfax, VA 22031-8044 703-205-3400 www.uncf.org


U.S. Air Force ROTC/Express Scholarship Program 
Annual awards for outstanding minority and exceptional non-minority college students, with 2-3 years remaining in education. 

  • A non-minority student must major in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Meteorology, Math, Electrical Engineering, Nursing or Physics.  Minority students may study any Bachelor Degree program.  Student must be between 17-25 years old as of June 30th of the year of graduation (prior active duty can extend age limit to 29).  Candidates must meet AFOQT, physical, and academic requirements (minimum 2.65 CGPA) before activation. 
    Contact: Scholarship Coordinator
    HQ Air Force ROTC
    551 E Maxwell Blvd
    Maxwell AFB, AL  36112 
    (205) 953-7783


Unto These Hills Educational Fund/Scholarship 
Annual awards for members of the eastern band of Cherokee Indians.  Students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA. 

In addition to application, student must submit a copy of their tribal enrollment card.  Due date may vary.  Contact the Fund for more information and/or application; please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope. The fund cannot assist in establishing Cherokee Heritage.


Contact: Scholarship Coordinator
Unto These Hills Educational Fund, Inc. 
PO Box 398
Cherokee, NC  28719 
(704) 497-2111

U.S. Coast Guard Academy/Minority Officer Recruiting 
Four-year full scholarships for outstanding minority undergraduate students, who meet all the eligibility requirements and attend selected colleges.  Upon graduation, students are required to accept a commission in the US Coast Guard.  For further info, due dates, and award amounts, contact your local US Coast Guard Office or enclosed address. 
` Contact: Financial Aid Coordinator
US Coast Guard Information Center
14180 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX  75240 
(800) 424-8883

U.S. Dept. of Energy-ORISE
Annual summer internship for minority students, who are juniors, seniors and first year graduate students, studying in Business Administration, Management, Finance, Accounting, Human Resources, Economics, Public Administration, Computer Science, or Instructional Technology.  Applicant must have at least a 3.0 GPA.   Internship is at the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, TN.  Award based on educational level completed ($335 to $420 per week) and travel reimbursement. Application is due late February.  Number of awards may vary.
Contact: Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Energy (ORISE)
John Hicks, Manager
PO Box 117
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117 
(865) 576-3164
Fax: (865) 576-3643
U.S. Dept. of Interior-Bureau of Indian Affairs
Annual awards for students who are members of a federally recognized tribe who are enrolled and/or accepted full-time for enrollment in an accredited college.  Students must have a minimum 1.5 GPA and financial need as determined by the institution’s financial aid office.  Award amount and number of awards may vary. 
Contact: Grant Coordinator
Office of Indian Education Programs
1849 C St. NW - MS 3512-MIB
Washington, DC  20240 
(202) 208-4871

U.S. Navy ROTC Scholarship to attend an HBCU
This is a “hip pocket scholarship.”  It includes tuition, fees, books, uniforms and $150.00 a month stipend.  If a student attends Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) on a ROTC Scholarship, the University will give that student a Room and Board Scholarship.  Requirements: 1050 on the SAT or 22 on the ACT and a 3.0 high school GPA.  Other schools offering this scholarship: Hampton, Morehouse, Southern, Prairie View, Savannah State and Norfolk State.
Contact: Earl A. Richardson
(850) 599-3980
xonrotc@aol.com
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Adolf Van Pelt Foundation Inc. Native American Financial Aid Grants
Native American undergraduates and graduates who would like to pursue a professional career in any area of study and help other Native American students.  Proof of ancestry is required.  Amount: $500-$1,500.  Deadline: April 15.
Contact: Adolf Van Pelt Foundation Inc.
Attn: Olga Patterson
Fargo Lane
Irvington-on-Hudson, NY  10533

Veterans of Foreign Wars


  • See web site www.vfw.org

  • Deadline November 1


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Wal-Mart Foundation Scholarship
Must be the child of a Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. associate who is employed full time (28 hours per week or more) for one year as of March 1. Deadline: March 1.  Amount: $6,000.

Wal-Mart Community Scholarship

Available on line from Nov. 1 to Jan. 20th

All information must be submitted by Jan. 20th as directed on the on-line application

Contact: www.waltmartfoundation.org : information regarding eligibility

www.scholarshipadministrators.net : on line application
Webster’s New World Writing Contest
Open to high school juniors and seniors. An essay is required.  Deadline: April 15.  Amount: $1,000.
Contact: Webster’s New World Dictionaries
c/o IDG Worldwide Consumer Reference
1633 Broadway, FL 6
New York, NY  100119-6708

Washington University in St. Louis


  • Letter of Nomination

  • Transcript

  • Interview


Whistler Metro Black Expo


  • Male or female any race

  • Transcript and financial need

  • Letter of recommendation from two instructors-+‘

  • Short letter including achievements, goals, and reason of need

  • Deadline May

  • $1,000

  • Contact: Charlotte Lambert 10020 Old Citronelle Highway Chunchula, AL 36521






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