Other Scholarship Resources

Scholarship Search Engines:

Fastweb Scholarship Search

College Board Scholarship Search

Outside Scholarships Search

Study Abroad Scholarships:

Benjamin Gilman International Scholarship Program: Scholarship assistance for undergraduate study abroad programs for Pell-eligible students.

Scholarships for Undocumented Students:

TheDream.US: For undocumented/DACA students who have graduated from high school or community college (or will within the academic year) but have not been enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree program.

New England Regional Scholarships:

Edwards Scholarship Fund (Boston)

George J. Mitchell Scholarship Research Institute (Maine)

Red Pine Scholars Program (Massachusetts)

Yawkey Scholars Program (Massachusetts)

Search for your local community foundation—examples include:

Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation

Connecticut Community Foundation

Greater Worcester Community Foundation

Hartford Foundation for Public Giving

New Hampshire Community Foundation

Funding & Programs Available to Current College Students and Graduate Students:

Adelante U.S. Education Leadership Fund: Scholarships for Hispanic college students.

The Asia SiVon Cottom Scholarship: The Asia SiVon Cottom Scholarship is available to high school seniors, undergraduate, and graduate students. You must be pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering, or math to be eligible for this award.

The Evalee Schwarz Charitable Trust for Education: Interest-free loans for undergraduate and graduate studies.

The Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship: This scholarship for top community college students seeking to complete their bachelor’s degrees is the largest private scholarship for community college transfer students in the country.

The Leadership Brainery works with academic institutions, prospective and current graduate students, employers, and committed community members to eliminate systemic barriers to master’s and doctoral degrees and workforce leadership opportunities for underrepresented talent — including people of color, first generation students, and individuals from a lower socioeconomic status.

When looking elsewhere:

Avoid Scholarship Scams: How to avoid scholarship scams.