Scholarship Opportunities


Scholarship Opportunities for Your Students

 

The College Board partners with scholarship providers connected to the SAT®, PSAT/NMSQT®, and PSAT™ 10. Through these partners, students can accessover $300 millionin scholarship awards. Learn moreabout scholarships.

Below are deadline notifications for three of our partners:

APIA Scholarship

The APIA Scholarshipis open to Asian and Pacific Islander American students who'll be enrolling or are currently enrolled in a U.S. accredited college or university as a degree-seeking undergraduate student in the fall of 2020. This year's application opened on September 4, 2019, andcloses on January 22, 2020.Learn moreabout the application process and minimum eligibility criteria.

Ron Brown Scholarship

African American high school seniors are encouraged to apply for theRon Brown Scholarshipby either the early deadline of November 1, 2019, or the regular deadline of January 9, 2020. Named for the late secretary of commerce and inspired by his dedication to public service, the Ron Brown Scholar Program offers a $40,000 scholarship to up to 30 African American high school seniors each year based on academic excellence and commitment to public service. Recipients are young African Americans of outstanding promise who are offered intensive mentorship, service opportunities, leadership experiences, and extensive professional development throughout all stages of their careers.

Applications must be mailed to the Ron Brown Scholar Program office with a postmark dated no later than January 9, 2020. For more information about the Ron Brown Scholarship, please visit theirwebsite.

Guided Pathway Support Program

The Ron Brown Scholar Program is also accepting applications from African American juniors and seniors for its Guided Pathway Support Program (GPS).

Launched in 2016, GPS is a free online college access and advising program that helps African American high school juniors and seniors navigate the college application process using Ron Brown scholars as guides. Each year, GPS offers 10–12 scholarships to participating high school seniors based on contributions to the GPS online college access community, academic achievement, and demonstrated leadership.

GPS is now accepting applications from current and rising African American high school juniors and seniors. For more information on GPS, please visit theirwebsite.

 

TheDream.US

TheDream.US is the nation's largest college access and success program for immigrant youth with DACA or TPS status, or that meet TheDream.US immigration eligibility criteria. It opened its new round of scholarship applications for the 2020-21 academic year on November 1, 2019. TheDream.US has provided more than 6,000 scholarships to students who are attending one of its more than 75 partner colleges and universities in 15 states and Washington, D.C.

TheNational Scholarship, an up-to-$33,000 scholarship for high school or first-time college students and community college graduates, closesFebruary 27, 2020. The Opportunity Scholarship, an up-to-$80,000 scholarship for first-time college students, closesJanuary 30, 2020.

Learn more by visiting thedream.us/scholarships/.

The Jackie Robinson Foundation

No one succeeds in college alone. That's why The Jackie Robinson Foundation offers promising minority students not only a generous four-year grant to assist with the costs of attending college, but also a full support network of fellow scholars, alumni, and professional mentors to help them excel in school and beyond.

The deadline for applications isFebruary 1, 2020, so encourage your eligible students to apply right away.

Learn more by visiting jackierobinson.org/apply/.