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  • Otterbein LGBTQ+ Scholarship

    Otterbein University awards the Otterbein LGBTQ+ Scholarship to 1 entering first-year student each year. The award is $1,000 and is renewable for up to 4 years. Students who apply by December 15th are sent a link to a scholarship questionnairethat allows them to be selected for consideration for endowed scholarships based on individual traits. For this scholarship, students provide a short answer to teh question “How was your experience as a LGBTQIA+ person informed your education, individual goals or aspirations?”

    Contact Information:

    102 W. College Ave.,
    Westerville, OH 43081

    jblackburnsmith@otterbein.edu

  • SMYAL LGBT Youth Leadership Award

    The SMYAL LGBT Youth Leadership Awards are individual college scholarships of up to $2,000 for Washington, DC Metro Area students who have demonstrated leadership in their school or community.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.smyal.org/scholarship

    410 7th Street SE
    Washington, DC 20003
    United States

    (202) 567-3165

    scholarship@smyal.org

  • Victor Agnoni Visual Arts Foundation – VAVAF

    VAVAF is excited to announce our first scholarship! This scholarship is open for LGBTQ high school seniors entering college with a qualifying visual arts portfolio. Recipient will receive a $1,500 award. Applicant need not major in arts in college.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.vavaf.art

    P.O. Box 1030
    Winter Park, FL 32790
    United States

    (321) 436-7534

    colte@vavaf.art

  • SpeakOUT Scholarship

    Award: $500 plus the opportunity to take SpeakOUT’s Speaker Training. Requirements for the Scholarship: be an undergraduate LGBTQIA+ student or prospective student entering college/university by the fall 2018 semester, live in New England, and hold a minimum 3.0 GPA.
    Contact Information:

    https://www.speakoutboston.org/scholarship/

    scholarship@speakoutboston.org

  • Scholarship Essay Writing Contest for Students

    We are extremely excited to announce our first scholarship contest for students, which will be held on an annual basis. We give you an awarded chance to show your writing skills. This scholarship is open for LGBTQ students.

    Contact Information:

    https://essayshark.com/blog/scholarship-essay-writing-contest-for-students/

    scholarship@essayshark.com

  • MORPHISEC’S WOMEN IN CYBERSECURITY SCHOLARSHIPS

    Our current scholarship opportunities are open to female students who are studying for degrees in:
    CyberSecurity, Information Assurance, Information Security, Information Systems Security
    Other sub-disciplines of computer science

    Contact Information:

    https://www.morphisec.com/about-us/cybersecurity-scholarships/

    275 Grove Street Suite 2-400
    Newton, MA 02466
    United States

    (617) 209-2552

    scholarships@morphisec.com

  • The Make It Safe Project Writing Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for writers of stories/poems containing queer and trans characters (under 2,000 words). Winners receives $500 and publication. All queer and trans youth ages 13-18 residing in the United States are eligible to submit.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.makeitsafeproject.org/scholarship

    San Francisco, CA
    United States

    amelia@makeitsafeproject.org

  • Michael Moody Fitness

    The Michael Moody Fitness Scholarship offers $1,500 to a high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student who has demonstrated outstanding achievement, participation and leadership in school activities/work experience, and interest in pursuing a career in the health related fields.
    Contact Information:

    http://www.michaelmoodyfitness.com/student-scholarship-chicago/

    900 N. North Branch St.
    Chicago, Il 60642
    United States

    (773) 484-8094

    michael@michaelmoodyfitness.com

  • Bat and Ball Game Women’s Sports Scholarship

    Women in Sports: It’s a theme that has been gaining popularity and momentum for decades now. While more and more female athletes are emerging, the realm of professional sports remains male-dominated. At Bat and Ball Game, we’d like to take do our part to promote greater awareness while empowering women through sports – and we’re proud to announce our women’s sports scholarship, which includes one award to a deserving young athlete.

    Contact Information:

    https://batandballgame.com/scholarship/

    8345 NW 66 ST #C7592
    Miami, FL 33166-7896
    United States

    1-844-873-2875

    scholarship@batandballgame.com

  • The J. Tracy Hermann LGBTQ Center Youth Scholarship

    http://lgbtqcenter.org/scholarships/

    This scholarship was created to provide financial support for a college-bound high school graduate who displays leadership toward LGBTQ equality. Candidates must identify as LGBTQ or as allies and must reside in Dutchess, Orange, Rockland, Sullivan or Ulster County.

    Contact Information:

    http://lgbtqcenter.org/scholarships/

    PO Box 3994
    Kingston, New York 12402
    United States

    (845) 331-5300

    f.brenner@lgbtqcenter.org

  • Ritchie C. Miller, III Memorial Endowed Scholarship

    The scholarship is established to aid students who are members and/or allies of the LGBTQ community, Mississippi residents, have demonstrated financial need, and completed at least 59 hours of coursework. An essay and letter of recommendation are also required.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.msufoundation.com

    P.O. Box 6149
    Mississippi State, MS 39762
    United States

    (662) 325-7000

    info@advservices.msstate.edu

  • The Recovery Village Health Care Scholarship

    A $1,000 award will be given to a student pursuing a health-related degree program. Areas of study that will be considered include, but are not limited to, counseling, social work, emergency medicine, pre-med, nursing, psychology (with a focus on addiction counseling or a substance-abuse related field).

    Applicants must submit an essay no more than 500 words describing why they are passionate about health care, with a focus on substance abuse and mental health. Essays can draw from personal or professional experience

    Contact Information:

    https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/scholarships/

    750 S. Orlando Ave Suite 201
    Orlando, Florida 32789
    United States

    sgillberg@advancedrecoverysystems.com

  • Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship

    The Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship is open to current high school seniors, and undergraduate college freshman, sophomores and juniors (ages 27 and younger) who demonstrate a commitment to fighting HIV/AIDS and taking on roles of public service and leadership. http://www.aidsmemorial.org/namg-news/pedro-zamora-young-leaders-scholarship/
    Contact Information:

    http://www.aidsmemorial.org/namg-news/pedro-zamora-young-leaders-scholarship/

    P.O. Box 2270
    San Francisco, CA 94126-2270
    United States

    (415) 765-0446

    mkennedy@aidsmemorial.org

  • Jackie Anderson Scholarship Fund

    Longtime Chicago civil-rights activist Jackie Anderson will be remembered in a more permanent way, after her passing Jan. 7. Her family has established a scholarship in her name at Roosevelt University. Thanks to initial donations, the $5,000 scholarship is now endowed, but donations are needed to be used toward students.

    Roosevelt University held a special place in Anderson’s heart. One promise she asked Torrence ( her grandson ) to keep was to start a scholarship fund for young African-American female students to help continue their pursuit of higher education. She understood that $1,000 could be the difference between degree completion and dropping out. Therefore, a donation to the Jackie Anderson Scholarship Fund is being sought by family and friends.

    Contact Information:

    TBA

    TBA

    TBA

    TBA

  • Veronica Marcum Scholarship Fund

    The Veronica Marcum Scholarship Fund was created by Candy Marcum and Carolyn Hall, long-time leaders in the LGBT equality movement, to honor Candy’s mother, Veronica Marcum.

    Mrs. Marcum was a Registered Nurse (RN) who served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. After the war, she married and dedicated her time to her family. Known as “Mickey” to her many friends, she kept her RN license current for twenty-five years, eventually working at Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. She remained at Methodist Hospital until she retired in 1993. In retirement, she volunteered at MD Anderson Medical Center for another twenty years.
    Mrs. Marcum passed away on January 24, 2018, two weeks before her 95th birthday.

    The Veronica Marcum Scholarship Fund honors Veronica “Mickey” Marcum by providing scholarships to LGBT students in or entering nursing programs in Texas.

    Contact Information:

    TBA

    TBA

    TBA

  • LULAC Lambda Scholorship

    LULAC Lambda invites current and future college students in the District of Columbia to apply for its brand new scholarship.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lulaclambda.org/scholarship/

    1133 19th St NW
    #1000,
    Washington, DC 20036

    (202) 374-9227

    LULACLambda@gmail.com

  • The Peter L. Page Scholarship

    Contact Information:

    https://aig.alumni.virginia.edu/serpentine/

    The Serpentine Society
    University of Virginia Alumni Association
    c/o Travis Robertson
    PO Box 400314
    Charlottesville, VA, 22904

  • Everipedia Tech Titans Diversity Scholarship

    All too often, underrepresented minorities have to work extra hard to gain the same respect / status as a non-minority individual in a similar position. To this end, we at Everipedia have created a list of individuals that we believe deserve recognition for their work. The Everipedia Tech Titans Diversity Scholarship aims to bring awareness and recognition to these men and women working tirelessly across the globe in search of the truth in science and technology.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.everipedia.com/everipedia-tech-titans-diversity-scholarship/

    scholarships@everipedia.com

  • My First Blush LGBTQ Leadership Scholarship

    The LGBTQ Leadership Scholarship by My First Blush is a $1,000 to $1,500 grant available to LGBTQIA honors students who have taken action to support or advance the rights of the LGBTQ community.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.myfirstblush.com/pages/lgbtq-scholarship

    scholarship@myfirstblush.com

  • The 49 Fund

    “The 49 Fund,” is an endowed scholarship fund that will be administered by The Central Florida Foundation (CFF), in honor of the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting. This unique scholarship will be offered specifically to LGBT students in Central Florida.  The scholarships will be awarded to students who strive to by leaders and want to make a positive impact on our community.

    Please join us in our quest to offer up to ten (10) $4,900 scholarships annually to deserving gay students in Central Florida.  All donations are appreciated and will ensure that the 49 who lost their lives will always be remembered.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.the49fund.org/

  • Charlotte Pride Scholarship

    Aims to improve economic mobility for LGBTQ/Ally college students from the Charlotte metro area. Recipients must have an unmet financial need and demonstrated commitment to LGBTQ community. Up to five scholarships of up to $2,000 over four years are awarded

    Contact Information:

    http://charlottepride.org/scholarship/

    scholarships@charlottepride.org

  • Ramblers Scholarship Fund

    We are proud to expand the Ramblers family to include student athletes pursuing higher education who are committed to serving the LGBTQ community either as members or allies. We hope that this financial support will positively reinforce their pride in our community and will assist them as they follow their educational and career ambitions.

    Awardees receive a one-time scholarship, paid directly to their school, covering tuition and fees. One scholarship of $2,500 will be awarded in mid-summer 2017 and publicly announced by the Ramblers Soccer Club New York.

    Contact Information:

    https://nyramblers.com/scholarship/

  • Hampton Roads Pride Scholarship

    The Hampton Roads Pride Scholarship program is dedicated to helping students nationwide access educational opportunities regardless of their financial circumstance.

    -Three $1,600 scholarships available
    -3.0 GPA preferred
    -Social justice work in LGBTQIA community preferred
    -Deadline May 1, 2017

    Contact Information:

    http://www.hamptonroadspride.org/scholarship/

    Hampton Roads Pride P.O. Box 41082
    Portsmouth, VA 23541
    United States

    (757) 679-7575

    scholarship@hamptonroadspride.org

  • Gayborhood Scholarship

    Gayborhood, the nation’s #1 guide to finding LGBT-supportive businesses and events, provides a total of four scholarships per year.  Two $1,000 scholarships are awarded for the Spring and Fall semesters each year to help with the costs associated with continuing education.

    Application Process:
    Submit an essay (500 words maximum) outlining your service and passion for the LGBT community along with full name, mailing address, email address and telephone number via the form below or via postal service to the address outlined below.

    Fall 2018 Application Opens: February 1st, 2018
    Fall 2018 Deadline: April 30th, 2018
    Winner Selected On: June 1st, 2018

    Selection: Once the winners have been selected, they will be notified via telephone or email.  They will then receive a W-9 to complete and return to Gayborhood.  Once the completed W-9 has been received by Gayborhood, scholarship funds will be released via check and mailed to the recipient’s address as stated in the application email.

    Contact Information:

    https://gayborhood.wishpond.com/scholarship/

    Gayborhood
    Attn: Scholarship Program
    1575 Northside Drive NW
    Building 300, Suite 330
    Atlanta, GA 30318

  • Simpli Pleasure LGBT Rights Scholarship

    The LGBT Rights Scholarship provided by Simpli Pleasure honors students courage in the face of adversity and discrimination by awarding $1,000 – $1,500 individual grants to LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and ally) activists who have transformed their experiences with bigotry and discrimination into opportunities to inspire others by taking action, rallying support, building community, and working to change the systems and institutions that impact their lives.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.simplipleasure.com/pages/lgbt-rights-scholarship

    drew@simplipleasure.com

  • STDcheck.com HIV-Positive Scholarship Application

    STDcheck.com offers scholarships throughout the year to college students who are HIV-positive. Scholarship amounts vary between $250 – $5,000 and will depend upon essays submitted as well as the following requirements.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.stdcheck.com/scholarship-application.php

  • Go Grad Scholarships and Financial Aid

    There’s no doubt pursuing a graduate degree can be a demanding and intense experience, and navigating your school options can be complicated and challenging. In addition to finding the best degree programs or schools, the rising tuition costs, existing student loan debt or financial constraints can make returning to school feel daunting.

    In this guide, you will find a variety of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) scholarships in popular career fields such as the arts, physical or social sciences, advocacy and education, tips and resources for funding your master’s degree, and a scholarship application checklist to help you succeed in your academic pursuits.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gograd.org/financial-aid/scholarships/lgbtq/

  • South Orange County PFLAG Scholarship

    Graduating high school seniors and college/vocational students. Awards up to $2,500.00 available to residents (or children of residents) of Orange County between ages of 17-24 who identify as LGBTQI, and to straight allies who have directly supported LGBTQI youth/community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lbpflag.org/uploads/8/8/0/4/88049406/2017-pflag-scholarship-application-1.pdf

    PFLAG South Orange County, Attn: Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 2808, Laguna Hills
    Laguna Hills, CA 92654
    United States

    (949) 677-7840

    pflagsouthoc@cox.net

  • Papel Family Trust Scholarship

    Two scholarships ($2,500 each) for students who identify as LGBTQ, or whose parent(s) identify as LGBTQ, have completed high school (or the GED), been accepted to part/full-time programs at an accredited institution. (Community college, university, or graduate school level)

    Contact Information:

    http://voiceofmypeople.org

    1200 N. La Brea Avenue
    West Hollywood, CA, 90038

    3236060996

    kcopeland@kol-ami.org

  • ADODI Scholarship

    The ADODI Scholarship was established by Morehouse Safe Space to support the activism and radical scholarship of LGBTQIA undergraduate students. The scholarship was made possible by progressive Atlanta community partners. The deadline to apply is October 16.

    Contact Information:

    morehousesafespace@gmail.com

  • J. L. Cleland GLBT Non-discrimination Scholarship

    A large scholarship for freshmen at K U available to rural Kansas high school seniors of high academic standards who have demonstrated a sincere desire and ability to foster understanding and acceptance of GLBT people.

    Contact Information:

    http://affordability.ku.edu/scholarships/jlcleland

    7858645418

    gsherron@ku.edu

  • Grand Rapids Trans Foundation Academic Scholarship

    Provides financial support for people of any age who identify as transgender (including agender, bigender, genderqueer, transsexual, and/or any other non-cis gender identity.). Award criteria are based on personal essay, financial need, and academic goals.

    Contact Information:

    http://grtransfoundation.org/

    PO Box 2674
    Grand Rapids, Michigan, 49501

    info@grtransfoundation.org

  • LGBTQ Liberation Scholarship

    The LGBT Liberation Scholarship honors students’ courage in the face of adversity and discrimination by awarding $1,000 – $2,500 individual grants to LGBTQIA activists who have transformed their experiences with bigotry and discrimination into opportunities to inspire others.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.mybedroomspice.com/pages/lgbt-scholarships

    365 H Street #18817
    Blaine, WA, 98230

    8009186308

    scholarships@mybedroomspice.com

  • PFLAG

  • Dr. Ronald G. Morrow Scholarship- Western Carolina

    Entering or continuing graduate students studying in Community and Therapeutic Recreation, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Kinesiology, or Public Health Education, with intention to conduct research in the area of diversity, specifically issues related to sexual orientation (i.e., homophobia, heterosexism, safe/hate-free environments, pedagogical strategies and/or women’s health and wellness) are eligible to apply.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.wcu.edu/WebFiles/PDFs/CEAPScholarshipInformation4.pdf

    College of Education and Allied Professions
    Western Carolina University
    Cullowhee, NC, 28723

    9192747600

    dgrube@email.wcu.edu

  • Dr. Ronald G. Morrow Scholarship

    Entering or continuing graduate students studying in Community and Therapeutic Recreation, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Kinesiology, or Public Health Education, with intention to conduct research in the area of diversity, specifically issues related to sexual orientation (i.e., homophobia, heterosexism, safe/hate-free environments, pedagogical strategies and/or women’s health and wellness) are eligible to apply.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.uncg.edu/hhs/scholarship/RonMorrow1.html

    School of Health and Human Science
    University of North Carolina Greensboro
    Geensboro, NC, 27412

    3363345744

    hhs@uncg.edu

  • Mark J. Glancey and John G. Gray LGBT Scholarship

    $1,000 annual scholarship open to LGBTQ students of any age attending undergrad or grad school the following year regardless of grades, academic program or financial need. Applicants must submit a 550 word essay explaining career, academic and/or vocational goals, as well as their plans to achieve them.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/all/mark-j–glancey-and-john-g–gray-lgbt-scholarship/1006363

  • Mako Bice Memorial Scholarship

    The purpose of this scholarship is to provide unrestricted post-secondary funds to eligible LGBTQ  and straight ally scholars who have completed at least 12 credit hours of college-level courses, and reside in Brevard County. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5, and have been of service to the queer community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagmelbourne.org/mako-bice-scholarship.html

    1182 Meadow Lake Road
    Rockledge, Florida, 32955

    burtbice@icloud.com

  • Naughty North’s LGBTQ+ Scholarship Program

    High school, undergrad or grad students who have have taken action to support LGBTQ issues are welcome to apply. One (1) winner will recieve $1,000 to go toward furthering their education.

    The deadline is June 30.

    Contact Information:

    https://naughtynorth.ca/pages/lgbtq-scholarship-program

    scholarships@naughtynorth.ca

  • TSER Trans Visibility Scholarship

    The Trans Student Visibility Scholarship highlights the activism of one trans youth who has made significant change to the trans community through visibility or media-based organizing.

    Eligibility:
    • Has made contributions to the trans community through visibility/media work

    Contact Information:

    http://www.transstudent.org/scholarships

    TSER@transstudent.org

  • TSER Trans Student of Color Scholarship

    The Trans Student of Color Scholarship highlights the activism of trans youth of color whose work focuses on intersection of race and gender identity and is working to end racism and transphobia.

    Eligibility:
    • Is a trans person of color
    • Has made contributions to the trans people of color community

    Contact Information:

    http://www.transstudent.org/scholarships

    TSER@transstudent.org

  • TSER Trans Activism Scholarship

    The Trans Activism Scholarship highlights the activism of trans students whose work has helped make it better for other trans students.

    General Eligibility Rules and Requirements:
    • Student will be enrolled in an accredited nonprofit United States college for the 2015-2016 school year (you may also request deferment for up to 1 year).
    • Openly identifies as trans, gender diverse, two spirit, Hijra, and/or within the trans community (please contact us if you feel that you/your identity should also be included in this list)
    • Has made contributions to the trans community in some way
    • Is not someone and is not related to someone who works at or volunteers for Trans Student Education Resources (TSER)
    • Can be documented or undocumented

    Contact Information:

    http://www.transstudent.org/scholarships

    TSER@transstudent.org

  • Bill Kidder Fund Award

    The Bill Kidder Fund Award is given to a University of New Hampshire (UNH) student each year who, through their scholarship, leadership or other outstanding efforts, fosters greater understanding concerning sexual orientation and gender identity in the UNH community. The award provides for a $1,500 scholarship. To be eligible for award, you must be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student at UNH and demonstrate service to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. The deadline is in early March.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.unh.edu/awards

    Bob Coffey
    LGBT Program Coordinator
    Office of Multicultural Student Affairs
    University of New Hampshire
    Memorial Union Building [MUB] 327
    83 Main St
    Durham, NH 03824

    603.862.4528

    bob.coffey@unh.edu

  • Gay and Lesbian Business Association of Santa Barbara Scholarship

    This non-profit organization provides financial assistance to lesbian, gay or bisexual undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in postsecondary institutions in Santa Barbara County. Applicants must show financial need, academic achievement, community involvement and extracurricular activities. The award amount varies. The deadline is July 1.

    Contact Information:

    Gay and Lesbian Business Association of Santa Barbara
    PO Box 90907
    Santa Barbara, CA 93190-0907

    805.568.3995

  • Asian/Pacific Gays & Friends Scholarship

    To be eligible, you must be a male Asian/Pacific Islander involved in gay community leadership/activities in Southern California (counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura). The scholarship amount is $1,000. The deadline is September 15.

    Contact Information:

    The Fund for Lesbian and Gay Scholarships
    PO Box 48320
    Los Angeles, CA 90048

    213.650.5752

  • University of California LGBT Alumni (UCGALA) Scholarships

    The University of California LGBT alumni (UCGALA) scholarships are awarded to UC Berkeley students for academic achievement and leadership in campus, community or job activities. Multiple awards are given each year in the amount of $1500. The deadline is generally near the end of September with applications available end of August.

    Contact Information:

    Scholarship Office
    California Alumni Association
    University of California, Berkeley, Alumni House
    Berkeley, CA 94720-7450

    510.643.2315

    scholarship@alumni.berkeley.edu

  • Barry H. Marshal Scholarship

    The Barry H. Marshal Scholarship provides recognition and financial assistance to outstanding undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll at Penn State University who have demonstrated need for funds to meet their necessary college expenses and who advocate for or contribute to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community. Preference shall be given to students from New York State.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.altoona.psu.edu/stuaid/scholarships_UniversityWide.php

    LGBTA Resource Center
    101 Boucke Building
    University Park, PA 16802

    805.863.1248

    lgbta@psu.edu

  • BIGALA (Bisexual Gay and Lesbian Alliance) Scholarship

    Provides financial assistance to students demonstrating service to or achievement in, the gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender community. To be eligible, you must be enrolled at City College of San Francisco and have a GPA of 3.0 or better. The deadline is early October for the Fall term, early March for the Spring term. The scholarship amount is up to $200 per year.

    Contact Information:

    Yvonne Safwat, Faculty Advisor, BIGALA
    City College of San Francisco, Alemany Campus

    415.561.1875

  • Jonathan Lax Scholarship Fund for Gay Men

    The Lax Scholarship Fund was established in 1994 by the late entrepreneur and inventor Jonathan R. Lax for the express purpose of encouraging gay men to obtain additional education, aspire to positions in which they contribute to society, be open about their sexual preference, and act as role models for other gay men with similar potential.

    Tuition scholarships are awarded either in the sum of $20,000 (at least one per year) or $5,000 (multiple awards) and are for men from the five country Philadelphia region (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties) attending accredited colleges, graduate or professional schools anywhere, or men attending such schools within the Philadelphia region.

    Contact Information:

    http://breadrosesfund.org/grants-scholarships/lax-scholarship-fund/

    Bread and Roses Community Fund
    1500 Walnut St, Suite 1305
    Philadelphia, PA 19102

    215.731.1107

    info@breadrosesfund.org

  • Minnesota GLBT Educational Fund

    This award recognizes outstanding gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth and friends, and supports their continuing education. To be eligible, you must be a resident of Minnesota or a resident from elsewhere who is attending (or planning to attend) a Minnesota educational institution. The award ranges from $1,000 to $2,000. Applications must be postmarked by February 1. The application form is available on the web site.

    Contact Information:

    http://scc.net/~t-bonham/EDFUND.HTM

    Awards Committee
    Minnesota GLBT Educational Fund
    1409 Willow St, Suite 305
    Minneapolis, MN 55403-3251

    612.870.1806

    philanth@scc.net

  • Gamma Mu Foundation Scholarships

    The Gamma Mu Foundation awards $19,000 in individual scholarships to gay men who want to continue their education beyond high school at a college, university, or through a vocational or professional training program. The program supports a wide range of educational options, including vocational and technical training, as well as Associate’s, Bachelor’s and graduate degrees. The deadline is March 31.

    Contact Information:

    https://gammamufoundation.org/

    The Gamma Mu Foundation
    PO Box 23520
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33307-3520

    scholarships@gammamufoundation.org

  • Live Out Loud Annual Scholarship

    The Live Out Loud Annual Scholarship provides five $5,000 scholarships to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students who have shown exceptional leadership, courage, and achievement. The scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors in the tri-state area (NY, CT, NJ). Award selection is based on leadership and community service involvement. Students will be asked to submit a completed application, six short essays and two letters of recommendation. Finalists will be brought to our office for an interview. The deadline is in mid-March.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.liveoutloud.info/wp/programs/scholarship/

    1500 Broadway, 19th Floor
    New York, NY 10036

    646.519.3290

    info@liveoutloud.info

  • Lesbians for Change Scholarship

    This award offers assistance to lesbians in New Mexico pursuing higher education. To be eligible, you must be a resident of New Mexico involved politically in the lesbian community. Two scholarships of $500 each are awarded each year. Applications are available in June and scholarships are awarded in August.

    Contact Information:

    Lesbians for Change
    PO Box 27664
    Albuquerque, NM 87125

    505.292.2219

    bettkand@highfiber.com

  • GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ College Scholarship

    $500.00 college scholarship given to an entering college freshman, and made out to the entering college with the students name.  A letter will also follow to the college explaining the essay contest.

    Writing an essay of 1,000 words, you will have a choice between two topics:

    1) Where would you want to see the GLBT community progress to in 10 years?
    2)  What prominent member of the GLBT community inspired you the most and why?

    Contact Information:

    https://www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com/lgbt-college-scholarships.html

    GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ
    Clinton, NJ 08809, USA

    908.300.1058

    matthewl@student.fdu.edu

  • The New Road (NR) Scholarship

    Provides financial assistance to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students to help fund their college education.

    Each applicant must meet all of the following requirements:

    • Identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered (LGBT)
    • Attending or will attend one of the 9 Bay Area county universities/colleges (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Napa, Sonoma, and Solano)
    • Has a cumulative high school grade-point-average (GPA) of 3.25 or better (on a scale of 4.0)
    • ​Demonstrates financial need
    Contact Information:

    https://sites.google.com/site/nrscholarship/

    newroadscholarship@gmail.com

  • Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship

    The Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship is a $10,000 award, for undergraduate students at UC San Diego who are majoring in Computer Science or Computer Engineering, and who are active in supporting the LGBT community. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.

    Contact Information:

    http://cns.ucsd.edu/wordpress/cns-students-portal/center-for-networked-systems-alan-turing-memorial-scholarship/

    Center for Networked Systems
    9500 Gilman Dr MC 0404
    La Jolla, CA 92093

    cns@ucsd.edu

  • The Pride Scholarship

    Welcoming students LGBTQ-identified, ally, family and/or friend of LGBTQ-individuals to apply. The Pride Scholarship is for Ohio resident students between 17-25, seeking scholarship for any university, community college, technical or art school or para-professional program.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lgbtcleveland.org/pride-scholarship.html

    6600 Detroit Ave
    Cleveland, Ohio 44102
    United States

    2166515428

    CGibbons@lgbtcleveland.org

  • The Bill and Ann Shepherd Legal Scholarship Fund

    The Bill and Ann Shepherd Legal Scholarship provides financial assistance to third-year and fourth-year law students who wish to advance equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/Shepherd-Legal-Scholarship-2015-Application.pdf

    5032315759

  • Alexander G. Gray, Jr., Scholarship Award

    The Alexander G. Gray, Jr., Scholarship Award will be awarded each academic year to a law student who demonstrates a commitment to and involvement in the LGBTQ community, leadership, maturity, and responsibility.  Other indicia of excellence (including positive personal, professional or academic traits) will also be considered.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.masslgbtqbar.org/article.html?aid=107

    6179632554

    Robert.Quinan@state.ma.us

  • Queer Advocacy Scholarship

    Critera:

    1. Must be a matriculated student at CSULB.
    2. Must have a minimum 2.5 GPA.
    3. Must be planning to enroll in Fall 2015. Students that do not plan on attending during the Fall 2015 semester will not be eligible to receive the scholarship.
    4. Must submit a personal statement (500 words or less) answering the following questions:
    –How have you overcome adversity based on queer identity?
    –What have you accomplished to create positive changes in the LGBTQI+ community?
    5. Must submit one (1) letter of recommendation.

    Contact Information:

    http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/students/scholarships/search/display.php?sID=1530

    scholarships@csulb.edu

  • GLBT of Hunterdon County of NJ Scholarship Essay

    A $500 college scholarship will be given to an entering college freshman of fall 2015, and made out to the entering college with the students name. Essay topics include: Where would you want to see the GLBT community progress to in 10 years? What prominent member of the GLBT community inspired you the most and why?

    Contact Information:

    http://www.glbtofhunterdoncountyofnj.com/lgbt-college-scholarships.html

    908-300-1236

  • MarcDavid LGBTQ Scholarship Award

    The MarcDavid LGBTQ Scholarship provides academic financial support for an undergraduate Temple student active in the LGBTQ community. Preference shall be given to students with financial need, but active leadership and advocacy for LGBTQ causes is paramount.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.temple.edu/studentaffairs/deanofstudents/MarcDavidLGBTQScholarshipAward.asp

    215-204-7188

    Andrea.caporale@temple.edu

  • Eric Collins Memorial Award

    The award is a one-time $250 stipend. Applicants must be a senior, graduating this calendar year, from a school system in Franklin or Hampshire counties. Applicants must either self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersexed, or be an ally who demonstrates outstanding support directly to the LGBTQI society and supports equality for all and demonstrates an interest in service to the LGBTQI community and participates in community activities.

    Applications are available through high school guidance counselors, college scholarship coordinators or directly from PFLAG Franklin-Hampshire Chapter.

    Contact Information:

    413-625-6636

    jcmalinski48@gmail.com

  • PFLAG Aiken Scholarship

    The scholarship is awarded annually to students who have shown leadership-quality participation in an organization that supports the LGBT community. Students do not have to themselves identify as LGBT; however he, she or they has to show active pro-LGBT accomplishments.

    Contact Information:

    http://pflagaiken.org/scholarship/

    PO Box 5951
    Aiken, SC 29804
    United States

    803-644-8930

    JulieEvonna@gmail.com

  • MiraCosta College Gay Straight Alliance Scholarship

    This annual scholarship awards $1,000 to a current MiraCosta College student who identifies as a member of – or an ally to – the LGBTQ community. Scholarship may be used at MiraCosta college or at transfer institution for students transferring.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.miracosta.edu/studentservices/scholarships/mccscholarships.html

    1 Barnard Drive
    Oceanside, CA 92056
    United States

    760-795-6751

    ddanielewicz@miracosta.edu

  • A&S LGBTQIA Scholarship

    The LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and ally) Scholarship is designed to support students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity and sex, who are enrolled in any degree program at UMKC, who maintain at least a cumulative 2.0 GPA and who demonstrate support of the LGBTQIA community

    Contact Information:

    http://info.umkc.edu/lgbt/resources/scholarships/

    5100 Cherry St. Suite 320
    Kansas City, MO 64114
    United States

    816-235-1639

    lgbtqia@umkc.edu

  • The Empowerment Scholarship

    This scholarship provides support for LGBTQ students who are experiencing financial difficulty due to loss of support from family. The LGBTQ Scholarship Program believes that LGBTQ students should be supported in harnessing and commanding their own extraordinary power.

    Contact Information:

    http://info.umkc.edu/lgbt/resources/scholarships/

    5100 Cherry St. Suite 320
    Kansas City, MO 64114
    United States

    816-235-1639

    lgbtqia@umkc.edu

  • UMKC LGBTQIA Leadership Scholarship

    The UMKC LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and ally) Leadership Scholarship supports all students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and sex, who are or will be enrolled in any degree program at UMKC.

    Contact Information:

    http://info.umkc.edu/lgbt/resources/scholarships/

    5100 Cherry St. Suite 320
    Kansas City, MO 64114
    United States

    816-235-1639

    lgbtqia@umkc.edu

  • UMKC LGBTQIA Leadership Scholarship

    The UMKC LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and ally) Leadership Scholarship supports all students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and sex, who are or will be enrolled in any degree program at UMKC.

    Contact Information:

    http://info.umkc.edu/lgbt/resources/scholarships/

    5100 Cherry St. Suite 320
    Kansas City, MO 64114
    United States

    816-235-1639

    lgbtqia@umkc.edu

  • Betsy Lou Robson

    Recipients must reside in the LCC district; be lesbian, bisexual, gay or transgender; be under the age of 25; and demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to applicants who have prior involvement with a LBGT advocacy group.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lcc.edu/foundation/scholarships/general/

    309 N. Washington Square, Suite 201
    Lansing, Michigan 48933
    United States

    517-483-1985

    foundation@lcc.edu

  • PFLAG PRIDE Scholarship

    A $500 scholarship made possible with proceeds from the Little Rock Pride Fest will be awarded annually to honor and encourage Arkansas students for their ideas and service to the LGBTQ community. LGBT students as well as Allies are eligible.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.centralarkansaspride.com

    P.O. Box 7242
    Little Rock, AR 72207
    United States

    479-274-0231

    centralarkansaspride@gmail.com

  • IBA/DVLF Scholarship Program

    Benefits LGBTQ students or allies currently enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university in the Philadelphia area, New Jersey, or Delaware working towards an undergraduate degree in a business program/major and able to demonstrate leadership roles

    Contact Information:

    https://www.thinkiba.com/programs/scholarship-program/

    1315 Walnut Street, Suite 1132
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    United States

    215-557-0190

    TomC@independencebusinessalliance.com

  • Frankel-Adair Scholarship for LGBT Students

    $1,500 for post-secondary education for LGBT-identified student coming from and studying in the Greater Philadelphia area

    Contact Information:

    http://www.aclupa.org/education/frankel-adair-scholarship/

    pcurchack@aclupa.org

    215-592-1513

    frankelscholarship@aclupa.org

  • Virginia Pride

    VA Pride’s Board of Directors is proud to assist members of the LGBTQ community and their friends, family and supporters with the expenses of post high school education. This year we
    will be awarding two $1000 scholarships

    Contact Information:

    http://www.vapride.org/vapridescholarship/

    PO Box 17706
    richmond, va 23226-2614
    United States

    (804) 592-10

    scholarships@vapride.org

  • Disability Awareness Scholarship

    MilitaryVALoan.com is pleased to offer scholarships in support of disability awareness. Every year, a prospective or current college student will be selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship to help with the costs associated with attending school.

    Applicants should submit an essay between 500 and 1000 words about how they or someone they knew overcame disability to do something great. This year’s potential award winners will be judged by the editorial staff of MilitaryVALoan.com and selected on February 10th, 2015. Applications for this scholarship period will close one month prior to the announcement date on January 10th, 2015.

    Applications are welcome and accepted from anybody who meets the Application requirements. Whether or not you have a disability, we would love to review your application, as the scholarship is not restricted – only meant to bring awareness.

    Disability ScholarshipsMilitaryVALoan.com is proud to support the advancement of disability awareness and hopes to be able to contribute to continued disability support and improving the schooling of those with disabilities.

    Please review the Application Requirements and submit all necessary information if you wish to apply. Applications, questions and any inquiries should be sent to scholarship@MilitaryVALoan.com.

    Scholarship Details and Requirements

    Premise:
    $1,000 annual scholarship to be awarded to applicant chosen.
    Scholarship shall benefit any person 17 years of age or older who is currently accepted to a college program but not yet started, or any current undergraduate or graduate student who is currently enrolled in and attending an institution of higher education.
    Requirements:

    • Applicant shall be at least 17 years of age and be accepted to and/or attending a full-time higher education program at an accredited institution of learning.
    • Applicant must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA based on the previous year’s academic performance.
    • Application Process
    • Download the Scholarship Application Here. Download Application
    • Attach the completed application in an email, and send to scholarship@MilitaryVALoan.com.
    • Selection
    • Once the winner is decided and notified of the award, he/she will receive a mailed a W9 tax form to be completed and returned.  Upon return of the W9 form, the scholarship check will be delivered to their address. The winner of the scholarship award will be fully responsible for the taxes incurred from receiving the award.
    • MilitaryVALoan.com will not contact individual applicants unless they are the scholarship recipient. Applicants should visit our website after the closing date to verify the winner.
    Contact Information:

    http://www.militaryvaloan.com/disability-scholarships.html

    scholarship@MilitaryVALoan.com

  • MyMortgageInsider.com Next Step Scholarship

    If you wish to apply, please review the application requirements and submit all the information to scholarships@mymortgageinsider.com

    Interested applicants should submit a 500-1000 word essay describing what they hope to accomplish with their degree.  Applicants and potential scholarship winners will be critiqued by the editorial staff at MyMortgageInsider.com and selected annually on Sept 10th,  Applications for this year’s award are due by Aug 10th, 2014.

    Applications are open to anybody who meets the application requirements.  If you are currently accepted and or enrolled in any university or college program you are eligible.

    Scholarship Details and Requirements

    Premise:

    • $1,000 annual scholarship to be awarded to the chosen applicant.
    • Scholarship shall benefit any person 17 years of age or older who is currently accepted to any program but not yet started, or any current undergraduate or graduate student who is currently enrolled in and attending a full-time program at an accredited institution of learning.

    Requirements:

    • Applicant shall be at least 17 years of age and be accepted to a full-time program, but not yet attending because the established start date of the program has not arrived.
    • Applicant shall be at least 17 years of age and be accepted to and attending a full-time program at an accredited institution of learning.
    • Applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, based on the previous year’s academic performance.

    Application Process:

    • Applicant shall submit all contact information as contained within the application, including name, address, phone number, email, date of birth and sex.
    • Applicant shall submit proof of age. A photocopy of a driver’s license or other valid ID is acceptable.
    • Applicant shall submit proof of enrollment or acceptance to an accredited institution of learning. A photocopy of transcripts or acceptance letter is acceptable.
    • Applicant shall submit an essay of at least 500 words but no more than 1000 words that explain what they hope to accomplish with their degree and how they will impact the lives of others with the education and knowledge they acquire while in training. Essay will also include the student’s opinion of why they feel they should be selected to receive the scholarship funds.

    Selection:

    • Applications will be reviewed by a panel and winner selected based on criteria set forth in the requirements section of this document.
    • Once the winner is decided and notified of the award, he/she will receive a mailed 1099-MISC tax form and the check will be delivered to their address. The winner of the scholarship award will be fully responsible for the taxes incurred from receiving the award.

    – See more at: http://mymortgageinsider.com/mortgage-s/#sthash.5m66BYbx.dpuf

    Contact Information:

    http://mymortgageinsider.com/mortgage-s/

    scholarships@mymortgageinsider.com

  • 10,000 Degrees Sonoma County LGBT Rainbow Scholarship

    LGBTQI students must be Sonoma County residents when they apply. Awards based on: Financial need; and demonstrated perseverance and motivation to attend and complete post-secondary school. Essay should address LGBTQI experience, perseverance through personal difficulty and motivation to complete college.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.10000degrees.org

    lcarreno@10000degrees.org

  • William A. Nist Scholarship

    The William A. Nist Scholarship is for high school seniors or current college students that are making a positive impact on their community. Western PA is defined as Armstrong, Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Indiana, Fayette, Westmoreland and Washington Counties.

    Deadline is May 1st. One winner will be chosen and awarded $5,000.

    Contact Information:

    https://tyler.temple.edu/lgbtiqqaa-scholarships

  • The Queens of Castro

    The Queens of the Castro invite you to apply for a $1000 scholarship for a post-secondary opportunity of your choice (college, vocational education, career or other) in an effort to recognize your dedication to the LGBTQ community.
    We are seeking applicants who identify as members of the LGBTQ community. At some point in your high school career, you should have demonstrated a commitment to raising awareness about LGBTQ issues, combating homophobia and/or bullying or educating your community about similar topics.

    Where: All high school seniors in California may apply. Winners will be invited to an award ceremony in June.

    When: Applications are due May 15, 2014.

    Contact Information:

    http://queensofthecastro.com/

  • Catawba Valley Pride Scholarship

    Catawba Valley Pride is pleased to be offering a scholarship for academic year 2014-2015. The scholarship funds $500 to a Catawba, Burke, Caldwell, Alexander, Iredell or Lincoln County resident and must be either a student who is LGBT or a straight ally. The applicant must demonstrate service to the LGBT community or a desire to serve the LGBT community. The applicant must be a high school senior.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.catawbavalleypride.org/scholarship

  • Payroll Human Resources Scholarship

    HRPayrollSystems.net, a website managed by Lucerna, LLC is happy to award one $1,000 scholarship to a college student who has demonstrated scholastic achievement and a commitment to a career in human resources.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.hrpayrollsystems.net/hr-scholarship/

  • Ohio State University GLBT Alumni Association

    Ohio States’ LGBT Alumni Association offers seven different scholarships for LGBTQ students

    Contact Information:

    http://osuglbt.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=388722&module_id=89032

  • Women in Medicine Leadership Scholarship

    Women in Medicine will present three $5,000 academic scholarships for LGBTQ female medical students enrolled in allopathic or osteopathic medical schools. Applicants should be in good academic standing, and have actively contributed/demonstrated leadership for the LGBTQ community.

    Contact Information:

    http://womeninmedicine.org/students-residents/academic-scholarships.html

    Women in Medicine, Inc. P. O. Box 107
    Colchester, VT 05446
    United States

    wim.doctors@gmail.com

  • Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for LGBT undergraduate and graduate students at Texas State University who have demonstrated academic achievement.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.bobcatpridescholarship.com/

  • AfterCollege STEM Inclusion Scholarship

    Open to currently enrolled students working twd a degree in a field of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics from a group underrepresented in their field of study. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Not LGBT specific

    Contact Information:

    https://www.aftercollege.com/company/aftercollege-inc/10/scholarship/21/

  • AfterCollege Rehabilitative Therapies Student Scholarship

    Open to currently enrolled students studying to be a PT, PTA, OT, OTA, SLP or Audiologist. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Not LGBT specific

    Contact Information:

    https://www.aftercollege.com/company/aftercollege-inc/10/scholarship/20/

  • AfterCollege Finance & Accounting Student Scholarship

    Open to currently enrolled students working toward a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree in: Accounting, Actuarial Sciences, Economics, Finance, Financial Management or related business majors. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Not an LGBT specific scholarship.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.aftercollege.com/company/aftercollege-inc/10/scholarship/29/

  • AfterCollege Engineering Student Scholarship

    Open to currently enrolled students working toward a degree (AA,AS,AAS, BA,BS, MS, PhD) in a field of engineering. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Not an LGBt specific scholarship

    Contact Information:

    https://www.aftercollege.com/company/aftercollege-inc/10/scholarship/23/

    98 Battery St
    Ste 502
    San Francisco, California 94111

  • AfterCollege Business Student Scholarship

    Open to currently enrolled students working toward a degree (AA,AS, BA,BS, MS, PhD) in a field of business. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Not an LGBT specific scholarship. Open for anyone to apply

    Contact Information:

    https://www.aftercollege.com/company/aftercollege-inc/10/scholarship/24/

    98 Battery St
    Ste 502
    San Francisco, California 94111

    (415) 263 13

  • AfterCollege Analytics Student Scholarship

    Data intelligence is becoming increasingly more important to organizations in all sectors. This scholarship supports current students developing the necessary skills for a career in Analytics through their studies. This is not an LGBT specific scholarship, and is open to anyone regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, etc

  • First Friday Breakfast Club Scholarship

    FFBC awards annual scholarships to outstanding Iowa high seniors who fight homophobia and educate their schools and/or communities about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues. Academic excellence, extracurricular activities and community involvement also factor into the awards.

    The scholarships are $2,500 each. The number of awards varies each year based on the number and quality of applicants and the funds available.

    Applicants must be Iowa residents and plan to pursue post-secondary education. There is no restriction on the type or location of the institution where post-secondary education is obtained. Scholarships are awarded without regard to sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, transgender status, race, religion, marital status or employment status of the prospective recipient.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.ffbciowa.org/scholarships.php

    Jonathan Wilson, FFBC President
    c/o DavisBrown Law Firm
    215 10th St, Suite 1300
    Des Moines, Iowa 50309

    info@ffbciowa.org

  • Equity Foundation Scholarships

    The Equity Foundation provides a host of various scholarships that you can apply for. To be eligible for our scholarships, students must be:

    • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or the child of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender parent(s);
    • Students in Oregon and Southwest Washington; in need of financial assistance and able to provide clear financial need statements;
    • Be enrolled or intending to enroll in an accredited educational program beyond the secondary level which has an established non-discrimination policy that includes sexual orientation and gender identity;
    • Able to provide supporting evidence to prove they are capable of successfully completing a degree program.

    Here are other points to consider:

    • Basic information to have ready for most scholarship applications include: transcripts, letters of recommendation, and a statement of financial need. Personal statements are also requested for all applications.
    • Scholarships have been previously awarded to students who have more than six months of experience as activists or who have otherwise demonstrated leadership within the LGBTQ community, have a GPA above 3.0, and have a clear financial need statement.
    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

    221 NW 2nd Ave.
    Portland, OR 97209

    503-231-575

    info@equityfoundation.org

  • Audre Lorde Scholarship Fund

    The Audre Lorde Scholarship Awards are designed to recognize out* black lesbians making significant contributions to their communities. ZAMI NOBLA wants to support and encourage their continuing education by providing scholarships to those women enrolled in accredited technical, undergraduate and graduate programs.

    *Out is defined as an acknowledgement of lesbian identify to self, and to family, friends, and community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.zaminobla.org/audrelordescholar.html

  • Colin Higgins Youth Courage Awards

    Each year, the Colin Higgins Foundation salutes and celebrates courage in the face of adversity and discrimination by awarding $10,000 individual grants to:

    Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two Spirit, Queeand Questioning youth activists 
    (through age 20) who have transformed their experiences with bigotry and discrimination into opportunities to inspire others by taking action, rallying support, building community, and working to change the systems and institutions that impact their lives.

    Colin Higgins Youth Courage Award winners receive: an individual grant of $10,000; a trip to Los Angeles for an honorary celebration with special guests; and an all expenses-paid trip to attend the National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change presented by the National Gay and Lesbian Taskforce in 2015.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.colinhiggins.org/yca/process-timeline/

    55 Exchange Place, Suite 402
    New York, New York 10005

    info@colinhiggins.org

  • Stonewall Levin-Goffee Scholarship

    The Levin-Goffe Scholarship Fund was established to cover up to two years of schooling for immigrants here in New York City who identify as LGBTQI. Scholarships from this fund are intended to provide a measure of economic stability for those who stand at the intersection of marginalization that can be created by being both LGBTQI and an immigrant.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.stonewallfoundation.org/grants/scholarships

    446 W. 33rd St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10001

    (212) 367-11

    Patrick.yacco@stonewallfoundation.org

  • The LGBTQ Diversity Scholarship at Teachers College

    Today we are experiencing a shift in social strutures as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations advocate for full acceptance in societies across the globe. With this comes the need for increased awareness and education ont he issues affecting the LGBTQ community from both an individual and socal context. The LGBTQ diversity Scholarship will award $18,000 in tuition assistance to selected recipients who demonstrate a commitment to research and practice surrounding LGBTQ issues and awareness.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.tc.columbia.edu/faculty/meb2222/faculty-profile/files/LGBTQdiversityscholarship_WOperson(1).pdf

    525 West 120th Street
    New York, NY 10027

    2126783000

    tcinfo@tc.edu

  • The Diversity in Teacher Education Fellowship Award

    Teachers College ahs created a unique opportunity for graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, as part of our dedication to recruiting, training, and supporting excellence in teacher education to achieve social and educational equity in America.

    The Diversity in Teacehr Education Fellowship awards full tuition scholarships to up to three graduates from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), who best demonstrate an outstanding commitment to teacher education in urban areas.

    To submit an appliation for consideration to the fellowship, you need to complete

    – TC Online Application

    – Personal Statement

    – TC Scholarship Application

    Contact Information:

    http://hbcuconnect.com/scholarships/2474/the-diversity-in-teacher-education-fellowship-award#sthash.GAMfJclF.dpbs

    Teacehrs College, Columbia Univeristy
    Office of Enrollment Services
    525 W. 120th Street, Bx 303
    New York, NY 10027

    2126783710

    tcinfo@tc.columbia.edu

  • Pink Ink: High School Seniors Essay Contest

    The purpose of the high school seniors English essay contest is to promote effective writing by, about, and/or for queer youth.

    Contact Information:

    http://queerfoundation.org/html/essay_contest.html

  • PFLAG Pueblo

    Funds up to $600 per semester for school-related expenses for students at Pueblo or Fremont Community Colleges.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pueblocc.edu/

  • LGBTQIA Scholarship Fund

    The LGBTQIA Scholarship Fund is a $2000 a year award ($1,000 per semester) for undergraduates who have a record of service in making CU-Boulder a more hospitable place for LGBTQIA people. Preference will be given to first year students who have demonstrated satisfactory academic progress. Applicants do not have to demonstrate financial need.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.colorado.edu/gsc/scholarships

  • Scott Rohlf Presidential Leadership Initiative Award

    Funds juniors and seniors at Iowa State University with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.  This award is $1,000 and awarded to students who demonstrate leadership and involvement in the GLBT community at Iowa State University.  The student must not be employed by the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Student Services office.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lgbtss.dso.iastate.edu/scholarshipsawards/rohlf-award

    lgbtss@iastate.edu

  • Sheldon Oppenheim Memorial Scholarship

    Funds students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender and attend SUNY Rockland Community College.  Students should send an essay detailing any obstacles they may have overcome, their educational goals, any community service, or special circumstances and optional letters of recommendation.  The committee will give out up to four scholarships ranging from $250-$500 per year.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.finaid.org/scholarships/

    esilvers@sunyrockland.edu

  • Rainbow City Band Scholarship

    Funds LGBT students pursuing degrees in music or music education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Social Work Scholarship

    Social Work Scholarship for LGBTQ students enrolled or admitted to a Council on Social Work Education baccalaureate or masters program in social work. Students in a doctoral program in Social Work can also apply. Preference given to students of color.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/scholarship-funds/

  • Speak Out Against Prejudice Scholarship

    Awards $5,000 to students pursuing careers that will affect positive change for the LGBT community by combatting bullying.  Relevant disciplines include LGBT Studies, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology, among others.  Money is awarded towards non-tuition purposes such as living expenses, textbooks, and other school supplies.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gaydatingsites.net/scholarship/

  • PFLAG Salt Lake City

    Funds five $1000 to students entering college. Email for more information.

    Contact Information:

    slcpflag@gmail.com

  • National AIDS Memorial Grove Young Leaders Scholarship Program

    Awards up to $2,500 to high school seniors or college undergraduates who have demonstrated leadership in HIV/AIDS awareness and advocacy.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.aidsmemorial.org/events/2015-pedro-zamora-young-leaders-scholarship

    National AIDS Memorial Grove
    c/o Steve Sasager
    PO Box 2270
    San Francisco, CA 94124-2270

    415-765-0497

    ssasager@aidsmemorial.org

  • Equality Leadership Fund Scholarship

    Awards $1,000 to Utah students pursuing secondary education who have demonstrated leadership in advancing equality for LGBT people.

    Contact Information:

    http://utahcf.org/apply-for-support/student-scholarships

  • Portland Latino Gay Pride Scholarship

    Funds students who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender (GLBT), or are the children of GLBT parents, who reside in Oregon or Clark County Washington.  Preference placed on Latino/a candidates.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

  • PFLAG Richmond

    Funds an annual $500 scholarship for Virginia youth ages 16 – 24 enrolled or accepted into an accredited institution of higher learning.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagofrichmond.org/Scholarship_Application.pdf

  • Portland Latino Gay Pride Scholarship

    Funds students who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender (GLBT), or are the children of GLBT parents, who reside in Oregon or Clark County Washington.  Preference placed on Latino/a candidates.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

  • The Jim McBroom and John H. Weston Scholarship Fund

    Funds gay and lesbian students in or from Oregon who are attending four year colleges, preferably but not exclusively for those studying fine arts and humanities.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

  • LAMBDA Aloha/PFLAG Kauai LGBTQA Scholarship

    For graduates of Kauai High School entering college for the first time who have been involved in education, advocacy, or support on behalf of the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://whsdonahoe.blogspot.com/2013/02/lambda-aloha-or-lesbian-gay-bisexual.html

    pflagkauai@gmail.com

  • Gender Alliance of the South Sound Scholarship Fund

    This scholarship is awarded to out transgender individuals and is based on a combination of achievements in the areas of academic excellence, leadership, extra-curricular activities, and on financial need.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.cappex.com/scholarship/listings/Gender-Alliance-of-the-South-Sound-Transgender-Scholarship-Fund/-s-d-41234

    The Rainbow Center
    741 St. Helens Ave.
    Tacoma, Washington 98402

    253-383-2318

    contact@southsoundgender.com

  • PFLAG Bellevue

    GLBT and straight allies may apply for PFLAG Bellevue’s scholarship program through http://www.pridefoundation.org/.  Students qualifying as seniors in Bellevue’s service area will be forwarded by the Pride Foundation to PFLAG Bellevue for review.  Depending upon the number, need, and strength of applications, the scholarship amount varies from $500 to $1,500. – See more at: http://community.pflag.org/page.aspx?pid=375#sthash.58QnngW4.dpuf

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/category/blog/scholarship-education/

  • PFLAG Houston

    The scholarships in the Houston area are awarded by the PFLAG/HATCH Youth Scholarship Foundation (HATCH stands for Houston Area Teen Coalition of Homosexuals). Students must be between the ages of 17 and 23 and must either live in or attend a college in the Houston area. Amounts range from $2,000 over 2 years to $10,000 over 4 years. Deadline is May 1 each year and awards are presented in person at the July meeting of PFLAG Houston.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.physf.org/

  • PFLAG Sandusky/ Firelands

    Two scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors in the amount of $500 and $250. Applicants must write an essay on, “Tolerance in Their Community.”  Because of the generosity of a member who recently passed away, we named the fund The Liz Rochester Memorial Scholarship Fund.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.pflag.org/chapter/pflag-sanduskyfirelands

  • PFLAG Cincinnati

    PFLAG Cincinnati has an extensive scholarship program. Since the program’s inception in 1992, PFLAG Cincinnati has awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to over 80 talented and deserving gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight-supportive college students. Information on the program and application forms are available on athttp://www.pflagcinci.org/. The awards are for higher education but students may apply while still in high school. Applicants must be a resident of or attending college in the Greater Cincinnati area, be 17 years old by April 1st, and have proven record of positive involvement with the GLBT community. Applicants must not be a prior winner of this award and must submit an application with required supporting materials.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagcinci.org/

  • PFLAG Greensboro Carter Stroupe Memorial Scholarship

    PFLAG Greensboro has established the Carter Stroupe Memorial Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually in the spring. An applicant must be a resident of Guilford, Rockingham, Randolph, or Alamance County in North Carolina and must be either a student who is GLBT or a straight ally. The applicant must demonstrate service to the LGBT community or a desire to serve the LGBT community. The applicant must be a high school senior or an undergraduate college student.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflaggreensboro.org/

  • PFLAG Salisbury/ Rowan

    PFLAG Salisbury/Rowan will award two (2) $1000 scholarships each spring. The first scholarship is the Anne Stanback-Charlotte Kinlock Scholarship, awarded to a GLBT student. The recipient must be a student from Rowan County. Named for Anne Stanback, a Salisbury/Rowan County native and her partner of 24 years, Charlotte Kinlock. Anne is the Executive Director of Love Makes A Family in Hartford, CT and lobbies diligently for marriage equality. The second scholarship is the PFLAG Salisbury/Rowan Founder’s Scholarship, named in honor of the founder of the chapter, Michael Clawson. This scholarship will be awarded to a straight ally student from Rowan County.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.pflag.org/news/pflag-salisbury-rowan-awards-scholarships

  • PFLAG New York City

    Since 2001, The Richard Ashworth and Robert Benov Memorial Scholarship has been offered to LGBT students graduating from New York City High Schools and entering college or University.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagnyc.org/

  • PFLAG Detroit

    PFLAG Detroit offers three $500 scholarships to college students who are connected directly with GLBT issues. Applicants need not identify as GLBT, but must work in areas that are related to the GLBT community. Applicants must complete an application form, the deadline for which is May 31st. Applications are screened by the Scholarship Committee and awards are made by July 31.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagdetroit.org/

  • PFLAG Greater Boston

    The PFLAG Greater Boston scholarship program was founded in 1998 and awards $10,000 in scholarships to Massachusetts high school students who will be attending: a 4-year, 2-year college or a technical/vocational school each year. There are three scholarships, one awarded for $5,000. The scholarships are awarded based upon an essay and involvement in a high school GSA or in a community-based GLBT youth organization. Awards are not based on grades or financial need.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gbpflag.org/initiatives-scholarships/

  • PFLAG Howard County

    PFLAG Howard County offers one $2000 scholarship each spring to recognize outstanding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered (LGBT) and straight ally students. This scholarship aims to encourage the pursuit of post-secondary education for self-identified LGBT and straight allies and foster a positive image of LGBT young adults in society. identified LGBT and straight allies and foster a positive image of LGBT young adults in society. Application packets, with outlined eligibility criteria, can be found on the PFLAG Howard County website.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagmd.org/.#sthash.kEsCdhlJ.dpuf

  • PFLAG Lawrence/Topeka

    The PFLAG Lawrence/Topeka (Kansas) is awarding a $500 scholarship on May 30th to a LGBT individual or straight ally. The student must be a resident of Kansas, a graduating senior with plans to go to college. The application form may be downloaded from our web site: www.pflagnekansas.org. The application form, copy of Kansas drivers license or ID card, photo, 2 references and copy of high school transcript must be submitted by May 1st. This scholarship was made possible by a donation from the Washburn University School of Law, Gay Straight Legal Alliance in honor of the memory of Jason Dockins (1985-2008), a human rights advocate. Tragically, Jason’s life ended too soon; however, his voice and message continue to live on through the many individuals he inspired to continue to advance the ideals for which he was a strong advocate, “all humans deserve rights…and gays and lesbians are asking for equal rights, not special rights.” – See more at: http://community.pflag.org/page.aspx?pid=375#sthash.ApvGyHyx.dpuf

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagnekansas.org/

    sffeist@msn.com

  • PFLAG Indianapolis

    PFLAG Indianapolis offers one $500 scholarship for students accepted for enrollment by an institution of higher education or a vocational institution.  The deadline for applications is July 15th each year, and the awards are made in September.  Applicants must self-identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender, be graduating high school seniors or must hold a high school diploma or GED, and demonstrate an interest in service to the GLBT community.

    Contact Information:

    info@indypflag.org

  • PFLAG Hartford

    The Brill Scholarships are named for Bob and Helen Brill, who co-founded PFLAG Hartford in 1981. Awarded annually, these scholarships are a joint project of True Colors and PFLAG Hartford. They are open to Connecticut students who are age 16-21, allies or members of the LGBT community, are involved in support, education and/or advocacy in their school or community, and are attending or planning to attend a post-secondary higher education institution.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflaghartford.org/brill.html

  • PFLAG San Jose / Peninsula

    Seniors attending high school or residing in San Mateo or Santa Clara counties are invited to apply for $2000 scholarships to attend two-year or four-year colleges or business/technical schools in the fall. Several scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors of any gender identity or sexual orientation, whose history, activities and personal plans demonstrate support for justice and equality for the GLBTQQ community. Generally, applications are available in late January, and the deadline for submission is in late March. Winners are notified in mid-April, and they are celebrated at a chapter meeting in early May.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagsanjose.org/

  • PFLAG Tuscon

    PFLAG Tucson founded the Eugene Moore Memorial Scholarships in 2003.  Each year the fund offers several $1,000 scholarships.  The number of scholarships offered has increased each year and is dependent upon the amount donated to the fund. Scholarships are available to LGBT students accepted to an institution of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagtucson.org/scholarships/

    PFLAG Tucson Scholarship Application
    P O Box 36264
    Tucson AZ 85740-6264

    (520) 360-37

    pflagtuc@pflagtucson.org

  • PFLAG Phoenix

    PFLAG Phoenix awards two scholarships each spring. The Boots & Ray Reed Scholarship (named for PFLAG Phoenix chapter founders Boots and Ray Reed) is a single $1,000 scholarship. Self-identified gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender (GLBT) youth, or a straight ally youth (i.e., a heterosexual youth who demonstrates outstanding direct support to GLBT youth and/or the GLBT community) and at least 16 years old as of May 1st are eligible. Applicants must reside in Arizona at the time of scholarship application and must plan to attend (or currently attend) a post-secondary educational institution. The Dowers Family Scholarship is also available under that same criteria. Either one $1,500 scholarship, two scholarships of $750, or three $500 scholarships will be awarded as determined each year by the Dowers family.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagphoenix.org/scholarships/

  • Anna & Hyman Greenberg Scholarship

    This scholarship will support gay or lesbian students at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, or direct descendents of Anna and Hyman Greenberg seeking the same degree.

    Contact Information:

    https://www2.vet.cornell.edu/education/doctor-veterinary-medicine/financial-aid/policies-funding-sources/scholarships/scholarship-list

    Office of Student and Academic Services
    S2009 Schurman Hall
    Ithaca, NY 14853

    607-253-3766

    vetfinaid@cornell.edu

  • Johnson-Bates Respect and Inclusion Endowed Presidential Scholarship

    The scholarship is awarded annually to students who are taking a leadership role within the LGBT communities and displaying academic excellence within the Jackson School of Geosciences.

    Contact Information:

    http://ddce.utexas.edu/news/2013/04/24/apply-for-the-johnson-bates-respect-and-inclusion-presidential-scholarship-by-may-7/

    The Division of Diversity and Community Engagement
    Gender and Sexuality Center
    1 University Station A4400
    Austin, TX 78712

    512.232.4680

    rosal@austin.utexas.edu

  • The Joshua Dunning Powell (JDP) Scholarship

    The scholarship is intended to help Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender or Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) students who are in need of financial support to defray the cost of a college education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.capitalpridecenter.org/programs-services/center-youth/

    Pride Center of the Capital Region
    P.O. Box 131
    Albany, NY 12201

    518.462.6138

  • LifeWorks Scholarship

    LifeWorks awards $40,000 to eligible LGBTQA youth who have demonstrated passion for community involvement/volunteerism

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lifeworksla.org/scholarship

    L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center
    The Village at Ed Gould Plaza
    1125 N. Mccadden Place, Los Angeles, CA 90038

    323.860.7373

    lifeworks@lagaycenter.org

  • National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals

    These scholarships are intended for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering,or mathematics (STEM) programs who are either lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) or an active ally of the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.noglstp.org/?page_id=78

    Scholarship Committee
    NOGLSTP
    PO Box 91803
    Pasadena CA 91109

    scholarships@noglstp.org

  • The Terry Kuseske LGBT Youth Scholarship

    The Terry Kuseske LGBT Youth Scholarship has been established for the purpose of awarding an annual scholarship to a southwest Michigan LGBTA graduating senior who plans to attend college in the state of Michigan in the fall following their graduation.

    Contact Information:

    http://kglrc.org/resources/terry-kuseske-lgbt-youth-scholarship/

    629 Pioneer St.,
    Kalamazoo, MI 49008

    tracy@kgrlc.org

  • Team DC’s Student-Athlete Scholarship

    The Team DC Student-Athlete Scholarship is awarded to a self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) student-athlete who has made a contribution to the sport(s) he or she is a part of and, as a result of his or her contributions and involvement, has enhanced the perception of the LGBT community. Awards are made to graduating high school seniors in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area who will be attending a fully accredited two or four year college/university.  Candidates should demonstrate dedication to both academic and athletic excellence, as well as show promise of serving as a positive role model as a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender individual. The Team DC Student-Athlete Scholarship will provide up to $2,000 of financial support to offset the cost of educational expenses including, but not limited to, tuition, housing, room and board or books. A minimum of one scholarship will be awarded annually in July of each year.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.teamdcsports.com/scholarships/

    Team DC
    Attn: Student-Athlete Scholarship Award Committee
    2910 Sycamore Street
    Alexandria, Virginia 22305

    scholarship@teamdc.org.

  • American Atheists Gay/Lesbian College Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for students who are atheists, awarded primarily based on activism.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.atheists.org/community/scholarships/application

    P.O. Box 5733
    Attn: Scholarship
    Parsippany, NJ 7054

    908.276.7300

    dsilverman@atheists.org

  • Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence

    The Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence is an integral part of our diversity recruiting effort, helping to attract Black, Latino, and Native American undergraduate sophomore and junior students to careers in Finance. The Scholarship is a reflection of our Business Principles and is awarded to recognize outstanding students and the achievements they have made.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.goldmansachs.com/careers/why-goldman-sachs/diversity/diversity-us.html

    Yannil Estrella
    Goldman Sachs
    200 West Street, 25th Floor
    New York, NY 10282

    Iris.Birungi@gs.com

  • GLBT Chamber of Commerce of Commerce Foundation Scholarship

    The GLBT Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Austin LGBT Foundation award scholarships to build leadership and promote diversity in the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and allied community. Scholarships may be used for any post secondary education, including non-traditional / alternative programs and vocational training.

    Applicants must be Texas residents. Proof of residency required.

    Applicants may study at any accredited school or Certificate program. However, preference may be given to those studying in Texas and/or North Texas.

    Austin LGBT Foundation scholarships are awarded only to residents of Travis County, TX.

    Preference is given to students who self-identify as GLBT, members of GLBT families, or allies who demonstrate significant activities in support of GLBT equality.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.glbtchamberfoundation.org/scholarships.html

    GLBT Chamber of Commerce Foundation
    Scholarship Applications
    3824 Cedar Springs Road, #429
    Dallas, TX 75219

    214-821-4528

    Info@GLBTChamberFoundation.org

  • Cleveland Youth Leadership Initiative

    Dare2Care’s student/teacher leadership opportunity is part of an initiative by Dare2Care designed to support new and courageous conversations around, gender, sex, diverse identities, respectful communities, and discrimination. The leadership program is fully-funded, (including travel and accommodation), and provides 4 students and 2 teachers with the chance to develop their leadership skills in a creative, challenging, and culturally diverse environment.

    Contact Information:

    http://dare2careusa.org/scholarship/

    440.835.0664

    info@dare2careUSA.org

  • Hudson Pride Foundation Scholarship

    The HPF scholarship award was created as a way to reward community involvement and encourage Columbia County students to pursue a college education. Each year, one Columbia County School District High School graduating senior, who has demonstrated a real commitment to promoting and supporting LGBT equal rights and made a positive difference in the LGBT community in some measurable way, will receive $1,000 for each year of college (up to 4 years). Scholarships are also available to previous winners who are currently enrolled in an accredited college or university or other post-secondary institution and has maintained a 3.0 GPA or better.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.hudsonpridefoundation.org/

    Hudson Pride Foundation
    603 Warren St.
    Hudson, NY 12534

    518.303.6122

  • The Anita Priest Whispering Angels Memorial Scholarship Foundation

    Established in 2007 in memory of her late partner, renowned Interior Designer Anita Priest, the “Whispering Angels” Memorial Scholarship program founded by Sandra Holiday is a legacy program that provides a scholarship for the LGBT community to advance their education in the area of Design and or the Arts.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.whisperingangelsfoundation.com/Scholarships.htm

    Cecile Hatfield
    1556 N.E. Quayside Terrace
    Miami, FL 33138

    cecilehatf@aol.com

  • Elliot Jones Scholarship for GLBT Activism

    Funds scholarships for University of Alabama grad or undergrad students who demonstrate commitment to and support for GLBT students on campus.

    Contact Information:

    http://capstonealliance.ua.edu/files/2012/12/EJJones-Scholarship-App-2013.pdf

    David Ford ATTN: GLBTA Scholarship Fund
    P.O. Box 870225
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

    205.348.9764

    capstonealliance@bama.ua.edu

  • Bisexual Foundation Scholarship Award

    The Bisexual Foundation Scholarship is an annual fund awarding up to $1000 per award to selected graduate students to advance research on the psychology of bisexuality. This new award recognizes the growing importance of research on bisexuality to the field of LGBT issues in psychology and offers concrete support and encouragement to emerging scholars in this field. Applicants must be currently enrolled full-time in a Department of Psychology at the graduate level. Applications from students in allied disciplines, such as social work and sociology, cannot be considered at this time.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.apadivision44.org/honors/bisexual.php

    div44.award.coordinator@gmail.com

  • APIQWTC Scholarship

    Funds two $400 scholarships for Asian Pacific Islander lesbian, bisexual, or queer women or transgender individuals pursuing technical/professional training or higher education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.apiqwtc.org/?s=scholarship&x=-965&y=-56

    scholarship@gapafoundation.org

  • UAB Alliance for LGBT Equality Scholarship

    Created by the Alliance for LGBT Equality at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, this scholarship is aimed toward UAB students who have demonstrated service to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.uab.edu/alliance/our-scholarship

    alliance@uab.edu

  • The Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective Scholarships

    Funds two $500 scholarships to Connecticut residents who identify as LGBTQ, a member of an LGBTQ household or an ally of the LGBTQ community. Applicants must be enrolled in a bachelor or associate degree program.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.hglhc.org/hglhc-content/1638

  • Follansbee

    Funds college LGBTQI identifying freshman and high school seniors from the Sacramento area attending college in the fall.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagsacramento.org/scholarship

  • New Haven Pride Center David Knapp Scholarship

    Awards two $500 scholarships to students in Connecticut attending school.  This scholarship is open to all gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning students and allies.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.newhavenpridecenter.org/bm/helpus/scholarship/index.shtml

  • Dr. Connell Persico Scholarship

    Alliant International University in California will award the Dr. Connell Persico Scholarship of at least $2,500 to a student who is making or has made significant contributions to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community.

    Contact Information:

    finaid@alliant.edu

  • The AIDS Awareness Scholarship

    Provides financial assistance to students who have a commitment/involvement in AIDS awareness enrolled at Golden Gate University.

    Contact Information:

    finaid@ggu.edu

  • United Teachers Los Angeles Stonewall Scholarship Fund

    United Teachers Los Angeles Stonewall Scholarship Fund

    Contact Information:

    http://www.utla.net/about-us/utla-scholarships

    Attention: Judith Bruner
    UTLA
    3303 Wilshire Blvd., 10th floor
    Los Angeles, CA 90010

  • University of California, San Diego

    Provides financial assistance to students who have been diagnosed with cancer or AIDS or students with physical disabilities. Students who study at University of California, San Diego as undergraduate students are eligible.

    Contact Information:

    finaid@ucsd.edu

  • Michael L. Marx and Donald K. Marshall Scholarship for Gay and Lesbian Students

    Recognizes students who have made a contribution to the gay and lesbian community. Students who study at University of California, San Diego as undergraduate non-freshmen students are eligible. The scholarship amount is $1,000 per year.

    Contact Information:

    finaid@ucsd.edu

  • Point Loma Nazarene University PFLAG Scholarship

    Provides financial aid for openly LGBT students at the evangelical campus Point Loma Nazarene University.

    Contact Information:

    pflag.com/scholarship

  • Student Involvement Scholarship

    Funds a continuing student who benefits from and contributes to the University of California, Irvine LGBT Resource Center.

    Contact Information:

    http://lgbtrc.uci.edu/QueerAtUCI/scholarships.php

  • James Harvey

    Awards financial assistance to graduate students at University of California, Irvine researching female or male homosexuality.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.grad.uci.edu/funding/fellowships-awards/internal/james-harvey.php

  • Pride Alliance Scholarship Award

    Funds a $500 scholarship to Cal Poly Pomona students based upon excellence in academics, leadership, and community service.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.cpp.edu/~oslcc/pride/scholarships.shtml

  • Jonnie J. Owens Creating Change Scholarship Award

    Funds a $500 scholarship to a Cal Poly Pomona student who advocates for LGBT people on campus.

    Contact Information:

    https://csupomona.academicworks.com/opportunities/5523

  • Cal Poly Pomona Pride Book Scholarship Award

    Funds $150 to the Bronco Bookstore and is available to Cal Poly Pomona students.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.cpp.edu/~oslcc/pride/scholarships.shtml

  • Carolinas Gay & Lesbian Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for gay or lesbian residents of North or South Carolina who attends Duke University and is involved in the community.

    Contact Information:

    https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/csgd/information/undergraduate-and-graduate-students/carolinas-lgbt-scholarship

    Duke U. Center for LGBT Life
    02 West Union Building, Box 90958
    Durham, NC 27708

    919.684.6607

    janie.long@duke.edu

  • You Go Girl! Scholarship

    Funds lesbians in their junior or senior year of college who have demonstrated financial need and are leaders and role-models in the LGBTQ community. Preference is given to students with greatest financial need.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Wells Fargo Scholarship

    Funds current and future LGBTQ and straight-ally leaders and role models.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Trans Identified Scholarship

    Funds current and future trans-identified student leaders and role models.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Urashi Zen Scholarship

    Funds LGBTQ students or students of LGBTQ parents who are studying business administration or political science with the purpose of influencing corporate cultures or changing the political landscape for LGBTQ people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Tony DeBlase Scholarship

    Funds students entering the fields of sex education, sex therapy, research, or something that furthers the understanding of human sexuality, especially alternative sexuality.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Social Work Scholarship

    Funds LGBTQ students enrolled or admitted to a Council on Social Work Education baccalaureate or masters program in social work. Students in a doctoral program in Social Work can also apply. Preference given to students of color.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Thelma Fisher Dewitty Scholarship

    Funds current and future African-American LGBTQ leaders and role models.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Robert Browning Scholarship

    Funds LGBT studies in the health sciences.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Scott Rodriguez Scholarship

    Funds LGBT  students with a background in leadership activities and/or participatory athletics.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Ric Ulrich and Chuck Pischke Scholarship

    Funds LGBT candidates intending studies that involve visual arts and design.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Pride Foundation Community Scholarship

    Funds  current and future LGBTQ and straight-ally leaders and role models.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Pride Foundation Regional Scholarships

    Funds LGBT residents of areas outside of King County where Pride Foundation is working to enhance the leadership of the LGBTQ and straight-ally community: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Eastern Washington, and  Northwest/Southwest Washington.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Phil Sullivan Scholarship

    Funds students under the age of 21 who demonstrate significant financial need, with preference to those that have been homeless.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Political Leadership Scholarship

    Funds students studying law, political science, public policy or public administration with the goal of improving rights for LGBTQ people. Preference is given to LGBTQ students of color and low-income or first-generation college students.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Patricia Van Kirk Scholarship

    Funds lesbians studying theater or visual arts with a commitment to social justice.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Paul Arnold Memorial Scholarship

    Funds LGBT students studying interior, fashion, or graphic design.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Lee S. Burke Scholarship

    Funds current and future LGBTQ and straight-ally leaders and role models.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • McFarffels Scholarship

    Funds lesbian whose career goals directly target women and women’s issues.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • James and Colin Lee Wozumi Scholarship

    Funds students who are goal-oriented, HIV positive, and/or focusing on the treatment and/or eradication of HIV.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Kathy Spadoni Memorial Scholarship

    Funds graduating LGBT high school seniors entering a bachelor’s degree program who have demonstrated leadership skills and have a passion for making positive social change.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Jack D. Motteler Scholarship

    For LGBT students in the visual arts.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Donald O. Coffman Scholarship

    Funds current and future LGBTQ and straight-ally leaders and role models.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • James Crump Memorial Scholarship

    Funds LGBT students planning to pursue a career in nursing, medicine, social work, teaching, or another helping profession in Alaska.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Dennis Coleman Scholarship

    Funds  LGBTQ students studying choral conducting or music with preference given to those committed to creating social change through music.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Derivative Duo Scholarship

    Funds LGBT residents of Washington studying mental health or human services.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Compassionate Care Scholarship

    Funds LGBT students committed to offering compassionate support services to those dealing with illness, death, grief or trauma, especially where violent acts such as suicide must be addressed.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Deloris Carter Hampton Scholarship

    Funds women of color who have a demonstrated history of activism and/or leadership in the LGBTQ community and are pursuing a degree in education, women’s health, or dance.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Bill Bendiner and Doug Morgenson Scholarship

    Gives funds to GLBT students pursuing a career in human services, health sciences, or visual arts.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Associates in Behavioral Health Scholarship

    Funds LGBTQ students pursuing graduate education in psychology, psychiatry, social work, or psychiatric nursing. Preference given to individuals with demonstrated financial needs and to those entering or already enrolled in an accredited graduate program.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Asian and Pacific Islander Queer Sisters (APIQS) Scholarship

    Funds Asian/Pacific Islander lesbians, bisexual females, and trans people (both MTF and FTM spectrum).

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

  • Deaf Queer Youth Scholarship

    Funds a $500 scholarship for deaf lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or queer students who are out about their sexual orientation/identity. Candidates must be currently enrolled in high school or college, be under the age of 25, and have a minimum 2.5 GPA. US Citizenship is required. Deaf Queer youth of color are especially encouraged to apply. Selection is based on a written or video essay.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.deafqueer.org

  • The Gregory Sprague

    The Gregory Sprague Prize is awarded every other year to a graduate student for the best graduate paper on LGBTQ history.

    Contact Information:

    http://clgbthistory.org/prizes/gregory-sprague-prize/

  • BATTELLE/NOGLSTP Out to Innovate Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for LGBT or ally students currently enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics related fields.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.noglstp.org/?page_id=78

  • Chrysler Fund Reaching Out MBA Scholarship

    Funds scholarships nationwide for LGBT first year students enrolled or planning to enroll in a two-year graduate business school program.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.reachingoutmba.org/

  • Association of Latino Men in Action Scholarship

    Gives two $1,000 scholarships to qualifying men who identify as gay, bisexual, queer, or transgender. Recipients must also be Illinois residents and of Latino/Hispanic origin or heritage.

    Contact Information:

    Almachicago.org

  • Tom Affholder LGBT Leadership Award

    Awards an annual amount of $250 to sophomore, junior, or senior students who demonstrate student volunteer leadership to the LGBT organization on campus and maintain an overall academic GPA of 3.0 or higher.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.uww.edu/involve/affholder.php

    UW-Whitewater, College of Letters & Sciences
    800 West Main Street, LT 4100
    Whitewater, WI 53190

    lsscholarships@uww.edu

  • UW-Madison GLBTAC Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for undergrad UW-Madison students who demonstrate commitment to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.uwalumni.com/home/chaptersandaffiliates/Affiliates/glbtac/glbtac_homepage.aspx

    University of Wisconsin GLBT Alumni Council
    650 N. Lake St.
    Madison, WI 53706-1410

    608.265.9074

  • UW-L Eagle Pride Scholarship

    The Pride Center offers this scholarship to students of the LGBTIQQAA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer questioning, asexual, and ally ) community or students with LGBT parents with a scholarship through an expressive essay.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.uwlax.edu/pride-center/

    1725 State St.
    42 Cartwright Center
    La Crosse, WI 54601

    608.785.8887

    pridecenter@uwlax.edu

  • Puget Sound LGBT Leadership Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarship for a University of Puget Sound student who has demonstrated leadership and involvement in LGBT activities at UPS and in the surrounding community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pugetsound.edu/admission/financing-your-education/scholarships/currently-enrolled-students/

    WSC 203
    1500 N. Warner #1082
    Tacoma, WA 98416

    253.879.3374

  • QLaw Public Interest Summer Grant Program

    Funds grants to law students seeking summer internships promoting LGBT rights or the rights of persons living with HIV/AIDS. Preference given to those attending law school in or seeking scholarships in Washington State.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.q-law.org/Default.aspx?pageId=167804

    Qlaw
    PO Box 1991
    Seattle, WA 98111-1991

    206.328.8048

    summergrant@q-law.org

  • Seattle University OUTLaws Civil Rights Scholarship

    Funds scholarships to Seattle University School of Law 1L’s, 2L’s and applicants for admission who are actively committed to and engaged in public interest law that benefits the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.law.seattleu.edu/Office_and_Administration/Student_Financial_Services/Financial_Aid_Programs/Scholarships/Outlaws_Civil_Rights_Scholarship.

    901 12th Avenue
    P.O. Box 222000
    Seattle, WA 98122

    206.398.4250

    pearsonp@seattleu.edu

  • Pride of the Rose Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for GLBT students or children of GLBT parents who reside in the Quad-county area of Portland, OR and Clark County, WA.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

    Equity Foundation
    P.O. Box 5696
    Portland, OR 97228-5696

    503.231.5759

    info@equityfoundation.org

  • Portland Area Business Association Scholarship

    Funds a needs-based scholarship for a GLBT student or the child of a GLBT parent who is a resident of either Oregon or Clark County, Washington and is pursuing education beyond the secondary level.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

    Equity Foundation
    P.O. Box 5696
    Portland, OR 97228-5696

    503.231.5759

    info@equityfoundation.org

  • Gregori Jakovina Scholarship

    Funds a needs-based scholarship for students pursuing an education in the arts who are GLBT and/or children of GLBT parents and residents of Oregon or Clark County, Washington.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

    Equity Foundation
    P.O. Box 5696
    Portland, OR 97228-5696

    503.231.5759

    info@equityfoundation.org

  • Greater Seattle Business Association Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for LGBTQ and Allied residents of Washington who exhibit leadership potential, demonstrate strong academic abilities, and who are actively involved in school and community organizations.

    Contact Information:

    http://thegsbascholarship.org/facts.php

    Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA)
    400 East Pine Street, Suite 322
    Seattle, WA 98122

    206.363.9188

    april@thegsba.org

  • Audria M. Edwards Scholarship Fund

    Funds needs-based scholarships for undergrad who is GLBT or the child of GLBT parents and is a resident of Oregon or southwest Washington.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.peacockinthepark.org/scholarship/

    P.O. Box 8854
    Portland, OR 97207-8854

    info@peacockinthepark.com

  • Wanda Alston and Christopher Salazar Scholarships

    Open to all people at any educational level and under the age of 25. Eligibility is restricted to those residing in the District of Columbia Metropolitan area.

    Contact Information:

    http://youthpridealliance.org/scholarships.html

    Youth Pride Alliance
    P.O. Box 33161
    Washington, DC 20009

    202.387.4141

  • Arlington Gay & Lesbian Alliance Scholarship Funds

    Funds scholarships for Arlington, VA public high school seniors who are active in their school’s gay/straight alliance.

    Contact Information:

    http://agla.org/scholarships/

    Arlington Community Foundation
    P.O. Box 100324
    Arlington, VA 22210

    info@agla.org

  • Hampton Roads Pride Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for LGBT students entering higher education who have demonstrated service and commitment towards the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.hamptonroadspride.org/scholarship/

    Hampton Roads Pride
    P.O. Box 1064
    Chesapeake, VA 23327

    757.624.6886

    president@hamptonroadspride.net

  • The Samara Fund Scholarship

    The Samara Scholarship is designed to recognize Vermont high school students who demonstrate, through personal experiences and/or public commitments, a dedication to the interests of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and questioning community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.vermontcf.org/NonprofitsGrants/AvailableGrants/TheSamaraFund.aspx

    VSAC Scholarship Programs
    Champlain Mill
    P.O. Box 2000
    Winooski, Vermont 05404

    802-388-3355

    info@vsac.org

  • WSU Matthew Shepard Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarship for WSU student (sophomore or beyond) who openly supports GLB individuals.

    Contact Information:

    http://organizations.weber.edu/matthewshepard/

    Weber State University
    4018 University Circle
    Ogden, UT 84408-4018

    801.626.6345

  • USU Scholarship for LGBT Students

    Funds scholarships for full-time undergrad or grad USU students who are LGBT or supportive and actively engaged in service to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    https://accesscenter.usu.edu/adc/scholarshipresources

    GLBTA Services
    0175 Old Main Hill
    Logan, UT 84321-0175

    435.797.4297

    sbenanti76@yahoo.com

  • GLBTA Scholarship in Honor of Mary Finley and Dan Emenheiser

    Funds scholarships for LGBTA UNT students who have demonstrated interest in promoting diversity.

    Contact Information:

    https://news.unt.edu/news-releases/unt-glbta-scholarship-honor-mary-finley-and-dan-emenheiser-application-deadline-april-

    University of North Texas, Division of Equity and Diversity
    Administration Building 175, P.O. Box 310397
    Denton, TX 76203

    940.565.2456

    ally@unt.edu

  • Youth Activist Scholarship, ACLU of Utah

    The students are selected based not only on their activism, but also their academic excellence, leadership and tenacity in overcoming personal hardship. The recipients will each receive a $1,000 scholarship, in recognition of their commitment to civil liberties through activism.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.acluutah.org/resources/itemlist/category/68-youth-activist-scholarship

    801.521.9862

    scholarship@acluutah.org

  • The LULAC 4871 Jesús Chaírez Scholarship

    Grants a $1000 scholarship to LGBT or ally high school seniors and college/university freshmen currently enrolled at an accredited high school, college, or university in the North Texas area.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lulac4871.org/scholarship_program

    LULAC 4871 – The Dallas Rainbow Council c/o Jesús Chaírez Scholarship Committee
    P.O. Box 192336
    Dallas, Texas 75219

    lulac4871@aol.com

  • John Lawrence and Tyrone Garner Scholarship Fund of the Houston GLBT Community Center

    The scholarship recognizes outstanding leadership shown by Texas GLBT high school seniors and current Texas undergraduates by contributing to the cost of their continuing education. Selection is based upon character and need, not academic performance alone.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org/programs/scholarship/

    treasurer@houstonglbtcommunitycenter.org

  • PFLAG/HATCH Youth Scholarship Foundation

    Funds needs-based scholarships for GLBT Houston area students.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.physf.org/

    PHYSF
    P.O. Box 667010
    Houston, TX 77266-7010

    832.215.8548

    info@physf.org

  • Wood Scholarship Endowment for the Arts

    Funds scholarship for a student pursuing higher education in music or the arts who has been a client of One-in-Teen.

    Contact Information:

    http://oneinteen.tripod.com/scholarship.html

    One-in-Teen
    P.O. Box 40886
    Nashville, TN 37204

    615.321.7288

    info@one-in-teen.org

  • UArts Robert Posner Scholarship

    Funds $1500 scholarship for students who major in the visual arts or plan to pursue a career in the visual arts and support the LGBTI community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.specialty-usa.com/rpaf

    1234 Market Street, Suite 1800
    DVLF – Robert Posner Scholarship
    Philadelphia, PA 19107

    267.847.2673

    mark@specialty-usa.com

  • UArts Justin Eng Scholarship

    Funds $2500 scholarship for students at the University of the Arts pursuing a degree in music performance, music education, theatre arts, or jazz studies who support the LGBTI community.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.dvlf.org/grant-scholarships-education

    Amanda Black, U of Arts Advancement Office – Hamilton Hall
    320 S. Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA 19104

    215.717.6137

    ablack@uarts.edu

  • Sean Halpin Memorial Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for LGBT-identified students who attend a Philadelphia area law school. Applicants must hold full-time status in their second or third year.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.dvlf.org/scholarships

    Delaware Valley Legacy Fund
    1234 Market Street, Suite 1800
    Philadelphia, PA 19107

    215.563.6417

    pmonastero@philafound.org

  • Bruce Miller and Dean LaVigne Trustee Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarship for students enrolled or planning to enroll at PSU who have demonstrated an interest in advocating for or contributing to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    https://studentaffairs.psu.edu/lgbtqa/scholarships.shtml

    Penn State LGBTA Resource Center
    101 Boucke Building
    University Park, PA 16802

    805.863.1248

    lgbta@psu.edu

  • PSU Lambda Alumni Outstanding Student Award

    Funds scholarship to honor and recognize contributions to the LGBT community by PSU undergraduate or graduate student.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.altoona.psu.edu/stuaid/scholarships_UniversityWide.php

    Penn State LGBTA Resource Center
    101 Boucke Building
    University Park, PA 16802

    805.863.1248

    lgbta@psu.edu

  • Barry H. Marshal Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for students enrolled or planning to enroll at PSU who advocate for or contribute to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.altoona.psu.edu/stuaid/scholarships_UniversityWide.php

    Penn State LGBTA Resource Center
    101 Boucke Building
    University Park, PA 16802

    805.863.1248

    lgbta@psu.edu

  • Sean Halpin Memorial Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for LGBT-identified students who attend a Philadelphia area law school. Applicants must hold full-time status in their second or third year.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.dvlf.org/scholarships

    Delaware Valley Legacy Fund
    1234 Market Street, Suite 1800
    Philadelphia, PA 19107

    215.563.6417

    pmonastero@philafound.org

  • Pride of the Rose Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for GLBT students or children of GLBT parents who reside in the Quad-county area of Portland, OR and Clark County, WA.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

    Equity Foundation
    P.O. Box 5696
    Portland, OR 97228-5696

    503.231.5759

    info@equityfoundation.org

  • Gregori Jakovina Scholarship

    Funds a needs-based scholarship for students pursuing an education in the arts who are GLBT and/or children of GLBT parents and residents of Oregon or Clark County, Washington.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

    Equity Foundation
    P.O. Box 5696
    Portland, OR 97228-5696

    503.231.5759

    info@equityfoundation.org

  • Portland Area Business Association Scholarship

    Portland Area Business Association Scholarship provides financial assistance for post-secondary education to members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities and their children.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equityfoundation.org/blog/category/scholarships/

    503.231.5759

    joeyk@equityfoundation.org

  • Gender Alliance of the South Sound Scholarship Fund

    Opportunities for gender identity minorities are in short supply, and the need for positive role models acute. This fund is intended to celebrate the achievements of individuals with “gender identity” minority status.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.cappex.com/scholarship/listings/Gender-Alliance-of-the-South-Sound-Transgender-Scholarship-Fund/-s-d-41234

    P.O. Box 496 98335
    Gig Harbor, WA 98335

    contact@southsoundgender.com

  • Audria M. Edwards Scholarship Fund

    Funds needs-based scholarships for undergrad who is GLBT or the child of GLBT parents and is a resident of Oregon or southwest Washington.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.peacockinthepark.org/scholarship/

    P.O. Box 8854
    Portland, OR 97207-8854

    info@peacockinthepark.com

  • PFLAG Norman Scholarship

    The PFLAG Norman Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship presented to an outstanding Norman Public School graduating senior who is an active participant of a Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) and whose goal it is to attend college or another educational institution.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagnorman.org/

    PFLAG Norman Scholarship, Selection Committee
    P.O. Box 721692
    Norman, OK 73070

    405.360.4497

    help@pflagnorman.org

  • The Eric Kohring – PFLAG Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for OSU student who has made contributions to the LGBT community through leadership, service, volunteering or research.

    Contact Information:

    http://osuglbt.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=388722&module_id=89032

    Scarlet and Gay, c/o OSU GLBT Alumni Society
    PO Box 2012
    Columbus, OH 43216-2012

    614.292.5777

    miner.10@osu.edu

  • OSU Sexuality Studies Essay Competition

    The Sexuality Studies Scholarship Essay Competition is open to undergraduate students who are pursuing the Sexuality Studies Minor, with preference given to those who identify as LGBT. The award is $250 or more, to be applied toward tuition and fees.

    Contact Information:

    http://sexualitystudies.osu.edu/scholarships/

    614.247.3100

    blackburn.99@osu.edu

  • Ohio State University GLBT Alumni Society

    Funds scholarships, some needs-based, for current OSU undergrad students.

    Contact Information:

    http://osuglbt.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=388722&module_id=71935

    Scarlet and Gay, c/o OSU GLBT Alumni Society
    PO Box 2012
    Columbus, OH 43216-2012

    614.292.5777

    miner.10@osu.edu

  • Mark Moffett Jr. Memorial Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for OSU student who has made contributions to the LGBT community through leadership, service, and volunteering and is majoring in music.

    Contact Information:

    http://osuglbt.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=388722&module_id=89032

    Scarlet and Gay, c/o OSU GLBT Alumni Society
    PO Box 2012
    Columbus, OH 43216-2012

    614.292.5777

    miner.10@osu.edu

  • DISCO Interdisciplinary Minors Scholarship

    The Diversity and Identity Studies Collective at OSU (DISCO) offers several scholarships to support students who are enrolled in any of the DISCO interdisciplinary minors, including the Sexuality Studies minor. Approximately five scholarships of $500 each will be awarded.

    Contact Information:

    https://disco.osu.edu/students/scholarships

    moddelmog.1@osu.edu

  • Roy Bowen Ward LGBT Scholarship

    Open to students enrolled at a Miami University campus with a cumulative GPA no lower than 2.5. Applicants sought from persons of diverse backgrounds.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.units.muohio.edu/saf/glbt/miami_community_resources/1809lgbtalumni.php

    glbtq@muohio.edu

  • Ackerman-Gemette Scholarship

    The Ackerman-Gemette Scholarship provides financial assistance to law students interested in advancing the civil rights of LGBT Americans.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.pointfoundation.org/point-apply/apply-now/

    Capital University Law School
    303 East Broad Street
    Columbus, OH 43215

    614.236.6601

    jstrick@law.capital.edu

  • William R. Johnson Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for LGBT United Church of Christ seminarians.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.ucc.org/ministers/ucc-scholarships-for.html

    700 Prospect Ave E
    Cleveland, OH 44115-1100

    216.736.3849

    scholars@ucc.org

  • PFLAG The Liz Rochester Memorial Scholarship

    Funds $250 scholarship for advancing the postsecondary aspiration of LGBT students.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.ehove.net/documents/contentdocuments/document_23_5_330.pdf

    Sandusky Chapter PFLAG
    P.O. Box 143
    Sandusky, OH 44871

    419.433.6755

    info@sanduskypflag.org

  • PFLAG of Greater Cincinnati Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for a student who is a resident of or attending college in the greater Cincinnati area.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagcinci.org/Scholarship.html

    PFLAG/Cincinnati Chapter
    P.O. Box 19634
    Cincinnati, OH 45219-0634

    513.284.6485

    scholarship@pflagcinci.org

  • PFLAG Dayton Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for GLBT student or ally who is a resident of or attending school in the Miami Valley.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagdayton.org/

    P.O. Box 3721
    Dayton, OH 45401

    937.640.3333

    daytonpflag@yahoo.com

  • Howard T. Short and Burdette Augsburger Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for students who have contributed to the GLBT community through strong personal character, leadership and service and pursuing a post-secondary education at a central Ohio (Franklin and contiguous counties) college or university or Wilmington College in Wilmington, Ohio.

    Contact Information:

    http://thelegacyfund.org/youth/scholarship/

    614.251.4000

    dhigginbotham@columbusfoundation.org

  • Boseman-TenHuisen Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for UNCW students who are members of B-GLAD.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.uncw.edu/finaid/

    601 South College Rd.
    Wilmington, NC 28403

  • NCSU Orlando Ware Memorial Scholarship

    This needs-based $1,000 scholarship will be given to someone who is an activist for the GLBT community and is enrolled in the NC State College of Management’s degree programs in accounting.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.mgt.ncsu.edu/index-exp.php/news/article/diversity-scholarship-nc-state-college-of-management-accounting-studen/

  • Pine Tree Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for UNC Chapel Hill student who self-identifies as gay/lesbian or is interested in persuing gay/lesbian studies.

    Contact Information:

    https://lgbtq.unc.edu/resources/scholarships-0

    UNC Chapel Hill
    P.O. Box 1080
    Chapel Hill, NC 27514-1080

    919.962.8369

    aidinfo@unc.edu

  • Carolinas Gay & Lesbian Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for gay or lesbian residents of North or South Carolina who attends Duke University and is involved in the community.

    Contact Information:

    https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/csgd/information/undergraduate-and-graduate-students/carolinas-lgbt-scholarship

    Duke U. Center for LGBT Life
    02 West Union Building, Box 90958
    Durham, NC 27708

    919.684.6607

    janie.long@duke.edu

  • Salisbury/Rowan PFLAG Scholarship Program

    Funds scholarship for current high school senior from the Salisbury/Rowan area who either identifies as GLBT or demonstrates an interest in service to and/or support of the GLBT community and will enroll in an institute of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.cappex.com/scholarship/listings/Salisbury-Rowan-PFLAG-Scholarships-Program/-s-d-38543

    Attn: Scholarships Program Administrator
    P.O. Box 5207
    Salisbury, NC 28147-0088

    704.279.5427

    dbasinger@carolina.rr.com

  • Neil and Tim Griffin Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for Charlotte-area LGBT students.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.timeoutyouth.org/?page_id=23

    1900 The Plaza
    Charlotte, NC 28205

    704.344.8335

    info@timeoutyouth.org

  • Hofstra School of Law Fellowship for LGBT Rights

    Funds scholarships for incoming Hoffstra School of Law students who have shown commitment to advancing the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://law.hofstra.edu/academics/fellowships/lesbiangaytransgenderrights/index.html

    Assistant Dean for Enrollment Management
    121 Hofstra University, Ste. 250
    Hempstead, NY 11549-1210

    516.463.5916

    lawadmissions@hofstra.edu

  • Margo Karle Scholarship Fund

    Provides needs-based funds for woman attending CUNY with demonstrated commitment to social justice.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.astraeafoundation.org/grants/apply-for-a-grant

    Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
    116 E. 16th St, 2nd Floor
    New York, NY 10003

    212.529.8021

    info@astraeafoundation.org

  • Hofstra University LGBT Activism Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for LGBT or Allied Hofstra student who has a demonstrable record or strong potential in support of LGBT activism.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.hofstra.edu/academics/Colleges/HCLAS/LGBT/lgbt_scholarships.html

    Dr. Larry Russell
    111 Hofstra University
    Hempstead, NY 11549-1110

    516.463.5955

    sphler@hofstra.edu

  • CUNY Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Awards

    Funds scholarships available to students in the CUNY system.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.clags.org/fellowships-awards/

    CLAGS, The Graduate Center / CUNY
    365 Fifth Ave, Room 7115
    New York, NY 10016

    212.817.1955

    clagsmembership@gc.cuny.edu

  • PFLAG Santa Fe Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for residents of New Mexico pursing a post-secondary education who have affirmed their LGBT identity and demonstrated integrity, honesty, and commitment to their community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagsantafe.org/scholarship-fund/

    Scholarship Selection Committee, PFLAG Santa Fe
    PO Box 32053
    Santa Fe, NM 87594

    505.660.3288

    scholarship@pflagsantafe.org

  • New Horizons Scholarship for LGBT Students and Allies

    Funds LGBT and Allied students attending Kean University. Preference is given to those who can demonstrate financial need. Must submit an essay detailing their involvement with and service to the LGBT community in order to be considered for this scholarship.

    Contact Information:

    http://keanfoundation.org/

    908-737-3480

    kuscholar@kean.edu

  • UNL Louis Crompton Scholarship

    This scholarship worth $500 is to be given to student who is a member of an LGBTQA Registered Student Organization and/or a LGBTQ/Sexuality Studies minor. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need.

    Contact Information:

    http://involved.unl.edu/lgbtqa/crompton.php

    lthomas@nufoundation.org

  • Seacoast Outright Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for Portsmouth, NH area youth who have participated in Seacoast Outright (GLBT advocacy group) programming and are pursuing post-secondary education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.seacoastoutright.org/

    P.O. Box 842
    Portsmouth, NH 3801

    603.431.1013

    info@seacoastoutright.org

  • Jimmy Creech Profile of Justice Scholarship Award

    Funds scholarships for students who are current members of a United Methodist Church in the Nebraska Annual Conference.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.umaffirm.org/cornet/jcschol.html

    MFSA Jimmy Creech Profile of Justice Scholarship Fund
    4530 A Street
    Lincoln, NE 68510

    402.476.0355

    umhe@alltel.net

  • Truman State University Foundation Gay and Lesbian Student Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for Truman State University student who has demonstrated leadership or service to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    https://secure.truman.edu/isupport-s/masterareas.asp?listArea=6#175

    Office of Advancement, McClain Hall 100
    100 E. Normal St.
    Kirksville, MO 63501-4221

    800.452.6678

  • Cruden-Riggs Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for UMD students who have made supportive contributions to LGBT people and issues.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.d.umn.edu/mlrc/glbt/first%20glbts%20website/crudenriggsapplication.htm

    273 Darland Administration Bldg.
    Duluth, MN 55812

    qsu@d.umn.edu

  • Dillenkoffer Endowment Scholarship

    Funds a four-year scholarship for GLBT students who are residents of Kansas or Missouri, have at least a 2.75 GPA and have made a difference through involvement in community and school activities.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gayscholarships.us/lgbt-scholarships/dillenkoffer-endowment-lgbt-scholarship/106/

    The Dillenkoffer Endowment
    10109 N. Lane Dr.
    Kansas City, MO 64157-7863

    866.465.2008

    info@dillenkoffer.org

  • UMN GLBT Studies Award

    Funds scholarships for UMN students who submit papers or projects in one of 5 different subjects.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.glbta.umn.edu/schochet/awards/

    138 Klaeber Court
    320 16th Ave, SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455

    612.625.0537

    glbt@umn.edu

  • NHCC GLBT Scholarship

    Scholarships of up to $500 for a full or part-time GLBT or a GLBT affiliated student. Volunteer service to GLBT organization/affiliation is required to receive this scholarship.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.nhcc.edu/registration/financial-aid-scholarships/scholarship-information/scholarship-list/open-scholarship-application

    763.493.0590

    scarter@nhcc.edu

  • MSU GLBT & Allies Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for MSU students showing activism & leadership in the GLBT community at Metropolitan State University and/or the larger community.

    Contact Information:

    http://mcc.msu.edu/

    Metropolitan State University
    700 E. Seventh St.
    St. Paul, MN 55106-5000

    651.793.1544

  • Karen Neitge Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for Augsburg student based on academic achievement, need and volunteerism, specifically in the area of sexual orientation.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.augsburg.edu/cao/lgbtqia_programs.html

    LGBTQIA Support Services
    Christensen Center 1B
    Minneapolis, MN 55454

    612.330.1392

    lgbtqia@augsburg.edu

  • PFund Foundation

    PFund scholarships are for LGBT and allied students enrolled in a post-secondary program for the upcoming academic year who demonstrate serving, leading and working for change within LGBT communities, including as role models, mentors or advisors.

    Contact Information:

    http://pfundfoundation.org/our-grantmaking/apply-for-a-pfund-scholarship/

    PFund (Philanthrofund Foundation)
    1409 Willow Street, Suite 109
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403

    612.870.1806

    kyang@pfundonline.org

  • Michael P. LaGatella Memorial Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarship to promote a positive gay/lesbian identity, to encourage continued academic progress and to assist in financing higher education for gay/lesbian or other supportive individuals attending WSU.

    Contact Information:

    http://scholarships.wayne.edu/privateapplication.php

    Scholarships Office
    PO Box 02759
    Detroit, MI 48202-0759

    313.577.3577

    scholarships@wayne.edu

  • CFPCA LGBT Endowed Scholarship

    Provides financial support and hope to meritorious students in the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts (CFPCA) who demonstrate positive sensitivity to and involvement in LGBT issues.

    Contact Information:

    http://cfpca.wayne.edu/files/lgbt.pdf

    Lezlie Hart, CFPCA, Wayne State University
    5104 Gullen Mall
    Detroit, Michigan 48202

    313.577.5337

    l.hart@wayne.edu

  • University of Michigan GALAS Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for grad. or undergrad. student at any U of MI campus who demonstrates leadership, support and involvement benefitting LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.umd.umich.edu/fa_scholar_current_undergrads/

    3200 Michigan Union
    530 S. State St.
    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1349

    734.763.4186

    lgbta@umich.edu

  • ALLIES Scholarship for Student Leadership Development

    Funds scholarships for NMU student who has demonstrated leadership in or service to the GLBT community at NMU.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.nmu.edu/multiculturaledandres/node/9

    allies@nmu.edu

  • MSU LGBT Students of Color Scholarship

    This scholarship is awarded to students who are active in addressing issues for LGBT students of color. Its purpose is to recognize individuals who help end the stigma that racism and homophobia leave in all communities.

    Contact Information:

    http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/scholarships

    302 Student Services Building
    East Lansing, Michigan 48824

    lbgtrc@msu.edu

  • MSU Stephen P. Pougnet and Christopher J. Green Endowed Scholarship

    This scholarship is awarded to a currently enrolled junior or senior student (preference is given to students enrolled in The Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University). Candidates must demonstrate academic excellence and involvement with/contributions to LGBT communities.

    Contact Information:

    http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/scholarships

    302 Student Services Building
    East Lansing, Michigan 48824

    517.353.9520

    lbgtrc@msu.edu

  • GLFSA Scholarship Committee

    Funds scholarships for MSU studentswho have contributed to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/scholarships

    302 Student Services
    Michigan State University
    East Lansing, MI 48826

    517.355.8286

    http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/scholarships.htm

  • West Shore Aware Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for meritorious students at GVSU who are LGBT or to other students who have demonstrated visible positive support for issues important to the well being of the broader LGBT community. 

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gvsu.edu/lgbtrc/index.cfm?id=8A745F5D-C960-7EFC-1330A24A4E7CF797

    AWARE Scholarship Trustees
    P.O. Box 33
    Douglas, MI 49406

    616.331.2781

    vanharng@gvsu.edu

  • EMU Stonewall Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for undergrad or grad EMU student who has demonstrated leadership and/or involvement in promoting a positive gay/lesbian environment.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.emich.edu/stonewall/

    Eastern Michigan University
    Stonewall Scholarship Committee, 701 Pray Harrold
    Ypsilanti, MI 48197

    734.487.3393

    kmehuron@emich.edu

  • Grand Valley State University LGBT Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for an LGBT or ally GVSU student based in part on the student’s support of LGBT students, issues and concerns.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gvsu.edu/lgbtrc/index.cfm?id=DDBAFF82-EE59-6D33-3804212E335F6713

    Scholarship Selection Committee, c/o Gary Van Harn – 130 LOH
    Grand Valley State University, 1 Campus Drive
    Allendale, MI 49401

    616.331.2781

    vanharng@gvsu.edu

  • The Forum Foundation Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for residents of Michigan or students attending accredited colleges or universities in Michigan who have demonstrated scholastic achievement or promise, financial need, and desirable qualities of character and leadership, with preference given to GLBT students.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.theforumfoundation.org/scholarshipapp.htm

    The Forum Foundation
    PO Box 3073
    Centerline, MI 48015

    586.573.9932

    forumfoundation@aol.com

  • Perceptions Saginaw Valley Scholarship

    The scholarship will be awarded to a Michigan resident who has demonstrated a passion for promoting mutual respect and acceptance across borders of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.saginawfoundation.org/site/perceptions-scholarship/

    100 South Jefferson Avenue
    Suite 201
    Saginaw, MI 48607

    989.755.0545

    info@saginawfoundation.org

  • Barney Frank Equality Scholarship

    Provides emergency scholarship funds for Bridgewater students who have funding cut off by parents due to sexual orientation/gender identity.

    Contact Information:

    https://bridgew.academicworks.com/opportunities/2782

    Rondileau Campus Center, Room 006
    Bridgewater State College
    Bridgewater, MA 2325

    508.531.1408

    GLBTA@bridgew.edu

  • Rob Sands Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for a needy undergraduate student, with first preference to students who have demonstrated advocacy on and an affinity for LGBT causes.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.emerson.edu/news-events/emerson-college-today/alumnus-donates-archives-major-news-site-he-founded#.WIj6PVMrIdU

    Emerson College, Office of Student Financial Services
    120 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA 02116-4624

    617.824.8655

    finaid@emerson.edu

  • Berklee GLBT Leadership Fund

    Fund provides support to Berklee students working to benefit the LGBT community at Berklee and beyond.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.berklee.edu/glbtallies/default.html

    GLBT Leadership Fund c/o Office of Cultural Diversity
    MS-1140-DIV
    Boston, MA 2215

    617.747.2310

    bugle@berklee.net

  • Greater Boston PFLAG Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for graduating Massachusetts high school senior planning to attend an institution of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gbpflag.org/initiatives-scholarships/

    Scholarship Committee
    P.O. Box 541619
    Waltham, MA 02454-1619

    781.891.5966

    pflagsafeschools@aol.com

  • Rodler-Wood Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for full-time University of Maryland students with demonstrated interest and academic excellence in the field of LGBT studies.

    Contact Information:

    http://lgbts.umd.edu/partner.html

    UM LGBT Studies Program
    2212 Marie Mount Hall
    College Park, MD 20742

    301.405.6349

    mlindema@umd.edu

  • UMD LGBT Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for University of Maryland student who has promoted civil rights by working to end discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

    Contact Information:

    http://lgbt.umd.edu/scholarships.html

    Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Equity
    0119 Cole Student Activities Building
    College Park, MD 20742-5025

    301.405.8720

    lgbt@umd.edu

  • Wanda Alston and Christopher Salazar Scholarships

    Open to all people at any educational level and under the age of 25. Eligibility is restricted to those residing in the District of Columbia Metropolitan area.

    Contact Information:

    http://youthpridealliance.org/scholarships.html

    Youth Pride Alliance
    P.O. Box 33161
    Washington, DC 20009

    202.387.4141

  • PFLAG Columbia/Howard County Scholarship

    The $1000 scholarship recognizes an outstanding LGBT or Ally student who is a Maryland resident and encourages the pursuit of post-secondary education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagmd.org/scholarship.html

    PFLAG Columbia/Howard County
    P.O. Box 1479
    Columbia, MD 21044

    443.280.9047

    pme625@verizon.net

  • Rainbow Business & Professional Association Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for residents of Maine or those attending college in Maine who have fostered diversity.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.rbpa.org/

    P.O. Box 3442
    Portland, ME 04104-3442

    207.775.0077

    scholarship@rbpa.org

  • Joel Abromson Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Funds $1000 scholarships for students pursuing higher education based on their involvement and leadership in promoting equality for LGBT people in their schools and communities, and their commitment and concrete plans for promoting equality in Maine.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.foundation.equalitymaine.org/the-issues/the-joel-abromson-memorial-scholarship-fund

    Equality Maine
    P.O. Box 1951
    Portland, ME 04104

    207.761.3732

    info@equalitymaine.org

  • PFLAG New Orleans Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for LGBT residents of Louisiana who are applying to attend (or currently attending) a postsecondary educational institution.

    Contact Information:

    http://pflagno.org/scholarship/

    PFLAG/New Orleans Chapter, Scholarship Selection Committee
    PO Box 15515
    New Orleans, LA 70175

    504.944.6013

    jmelcher@xula.edu

  • Ken Terrill Memorial Award

    Funds scholarships for University of Louisville undergrad who has demonstrated leadership in or service to the GLBT community on campus and the greater Louisville metro area.

    Contact Information:

    http://louisville.edu/a-s/students/scholarships/

    University of Louisville
    Louisville, KY 40293

    502.852.6490

  • Hobbs Endowment for Equality

    The Hobbs Endowment for Equality Scholarship recognizes LGBTQ undergraduate & graduate students at Morehead State University who have clearly demonstrated strong skills in many areas, including academic scholarship, leadership involvement, and community service in their application.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.moreheadstate.edu/Caudill-College-of-Arts,-Humanities-and-Social-Sci/Department-of-Art-and-Design/Faculty/Hobbs,-Toni

    Office of Enrollment Services – MSU
    100 Admissions Center
    Morehead, KY 40351

    800.585.6781

    finaid@moreheadstate.edu

  • PFLAG Louisville Scholarships

    Funds scholarship for a resident of Kentucky or student who is attending a post-secondary education institution in Kentucky.

    Contact Information:

    http://pflaglouisville.org/pflag_louisville/scholarship.html

    Metro-Louisville PFLAG, Scholarship Selection Committee
    PO Box 5002
    Louisville, KY 40255-0002

    502.329.0229

    pflaglouisville@yahoo.com

  • Kentucky Fairness Alliance Foundation Scholarships

    Each year, the KFA Foundation awards three $1,500 scholarships to outstanding Kentucky LGBT undergraduate or graduate students based on social and financial need, scholastic aptitude and leadership potential.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.kentuckyfairness.org/

    KFA Foundation Scholarships Selection Committee
    P.O. Box 1280
    Frankfort , KY 40602

    270.703.1582

    jodycofer@bellsouth.net

  • Dillenkoffer Endowment Scholarship

    Funds a four-year scholarship for GLBT students who are residents of Kansas or Missouri, have at least a 2.75 GPA and have made a difference through involvement in community and school activities.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gayscholarships.us/lgbt-scholarships/dillenkoffer-endowment-lgbt-scholarship/106/

    The Dillenkoffer Endowment
    10109 N. Lane Dr.
    Kansas City, MO 64157-7863

    866.465.2008

    info@dillenkoffer.org

  • Iowa State Small Victories Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for ISU students who demonstrate leadership and involvement in the LGBT community at ISU.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.financialaid.iastate.edu/scholarships/

    Iowa State University
    1034 Student Services Bldg.
    Ames, IA 50011-2222

    515.292.4330

    lgbtss@iastate.edu

  • Iowa’s Matthew Shepard Scholarship

    Funds renewable scholarships for openly LGBT Iowa high school seniors with a strong academic record, demonstrated LGBT activism and community service, and a history of high moral and ethical standards and conduct.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.eychanerfoundation.org/

    Eychaner Foundation
    PO Box 1797
    Des Moines, IA 50305-1797

    515.262.0000

    info@eychanerfoundation.org

  • First Friday Breakfast Club Scholarship

    Provides $2,500 scholarships for LGBT and Allied high school seniors entering college who have demonstrated an effort to combat homophobia and are residents of Iowa.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.ffbciowa.org/scholarships.php

    Jonathan Wilson, c/o FFBC
    215 10th Street, Suite 1300
    Des Moines, IA 50309

    515.266.7638

    alvanlin@yahoo.com

  • GALA-ND/SMC Leadership Scholarship

    This annual scholarship sends a ND or St. Mary’s College student to Campus Pride Leadership Camp over the summer. Provided by GALA-ND/SMC, in honor of Michael Lyons, a ND student who ended his own life in response to homophobia.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.galandsmc.org/

    secretary@galandsmc.org

  • IU GLBTAA Emergency Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for current IU GLBT students who have lost or are facing the loss of financial support from their parents/family after disclosing their sexual orientation or gender identity while attending IU.

    Contact Information:

    http://alumni.indiana.edu/glbtaa/emergscholar.shtml

    IU GLBTSSS Office
    705 E. Seventh St.
    Bloomington, IN 47405

    812.855.4252

    glbtserv@indiana.edu

  • IU GLBTAA Academic Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for IU students who have improved the climate and atmosphere on their IU campus for GLBT students, faculty, staff, and/or alumni while also achieving their own academic and personal goals.

    Contact Information:

    http://alumni.indiana.edu/glbtaa/regscholar.shtml

    IU GLBTAA Scholarship
    1000 E. 17th St.
    Bloomington, IN 47408

    812.855.8266

    glbtsss@indiana.edu

  • Diversity Promotion within Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (“GLBT”) Community Scholarship

    Funds scholarship to provide financial support for LGBT Butler undergraduate students.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.butler.edu/diversity/?pg=7014

    Office of Student Affairs, Atherton Union 200
    4600 Sunset Ave
    Indianapolis, IN 46208

    317.940.9381

    dbarrick@butler.edu

  • Indy Pride Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for students who have worked to make Indiana a better place for GLBT people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.indyprideinc.org/community/scholarship.htm

    P.O. Box 44403
    Indianapolis, IN 46244-0403

  • Indianapolis PFLAG- Betty Salwak Scholarship

    Funds $500 scholarship for a self-identified LGBT graduating high school senior who is a resident of Indiana, has demonstrated an interest in service to the LGBT community and has been accepted to an accredited institution of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.indypflag.org/scholarships.html

    Indianapolis PFLAG Scholarship
    P. O. Box 441633
    Indianapolis, IN 46244-1633

    info@indypflag.org

  • Chancellor’s Committee on the Status of LGBT Concerns

    Funds scholarships for graduate or undergraduate student at UIC who promotes a positive identity for LGBT students.

    Contact Information:

    http://ccslgbtqpa.uic.edu/scholarships/

    1180 Behavioral Sciences Bldg., M/C 369
    Chicago, IL 60607

    312.413.9862

  • U. Chicago School of Law Stonewall Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for University of Chicago Law School student who is likely to use his/her legal education toward the advancement of gay and lesbian rights.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.law.uchicago.edu/announcements/6464.htm

    The Stonewall Scholarship Committee, c/o The Law School, The University of Chicago
    1111 East 60th St.
    Chicago, IL 60637

  • James C. Hormel Dissertation Fellowships in Lesbian and Gay Studies

    Funds scholarships for University of Chicago Ph.D. students who are writing dissertations in lesbian, gay, and queer studies.

    Contact Information:

    http://genderstudies.uchicago.edu/lgsp/fellowships_grants.shtml

    Center for Gender Studies, U. of Chicago
    5733 S. University Ave.
    Chicago, IL 60637

    773.702.9936

    golson@uchicago.edu

  • Joseph Harry Endowed Scholarship

    Provides tuition scholarships to junior and senior undergraduate students who have demonstrated interest and participated in LGBT organizations or activities.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.niu.edu/lgbt/resourcecenter/awards/josephharry/index.shtml

    Chair, Scholarship Committee
    Gender & Sexuality Resource Center
    Northern Illinois University
    DeKalb IL 60115

    815.753.4772

    gsrc@niu.edu

  • Jean Paul Ohadi Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for gay or lesbian youth 17 or older, residing in Illinois at time of application.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagdeerfield.org/scholarship.html

    490 Ferndale Ln.
    Prospect Heights, IL 60070

    972.881.5399

    contact@pflagchicago.com

  • Acorn Equality Fund Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for LGBT students, allies or children of LGBT parents who have permanent residence in specific Illinois counties.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.acornequalityfund.org/Scholarships-and-Grants.html

    P.O. Box 6286
    Peoria, IL 61650-6286

    acorn1999@gmail.com

  • Robert Sherer GLBT Arts Scholarship

    KSU Foundation Scholarships funds a scholarship awarded to a GLBT undergraduate or graduate visual arts student who demonstrates either excellent academic achievement and/or financial need.

    Contact Information:

    https://web.kennesaw.edu/giving/sites/web.kennesaw.edu.giving/files/Scholarship_3_26_final1.pdf

    Kennesaw State University, Office of Development
    1000 Chastain Road MD 9102
    Kennesaw, Georgia 30144-5591

    770.423.6027

    scholarshipapps@kennesaw.edu

  • Emory GALA Leadership Award

    Funds $2500 scholarship for an undergraduate student who has demonstrated leadership to positively impact the LGBTQ communities at Emory University.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.emory.edu/CAMPUS_LIFE/LGBTOFFICE/scholarships.php

    246E Dobbs University Center
    P.O. Box 24075
    Atlanta, GA 30322

    404.727.2136

    mshutt@emory.edu

  • USF Alumni Association LGBT Scholarship

    Funds $1,000 needs-based scholarship for USF student who has demonstrated academic achievement and contributed to the climate for all students, including those with a different sexual orientation.

    Contact Information:

    http://multicultural.usf.edu/cisogi/lgbtatusf.asp#scholar

    USF Alumni Association, Gibbons Alumni Center
    4202 E. Fowler Avenue, ALC100
    Tampa, FL 33620-5455

    813.974.2100

    ldowdell@admin.usf.edu

  • A. Gordon Rose Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for CPS graduate psychology student committed to research and professional work to increase self and community accpetance for gay people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.nova.edu/financialaid/scholarships/index.html

    Nova Southeastern University
    Center for Psychological Studies
    Fort Lauderdale, FL

    954.262.5701

    karol@nsu.nova.edu

  • PFLAG Jacksonville Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for LGBT undergrad or grad student from the Jacksonville area.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagjax.org/

    P.O. Box 2971
    Jacksonville, FL 32203

    904.737.3329

    pflagjax@pflagjax.org

  • OneDaytona Scholarships

    Two new scholarships in the $250-$500 range will be offered to out LGBT students attending college or vocational school in Volusia or Flagler counties of Florida (greater Daytona area).

    Contact Information:

    http://www.onedaytona.com/

    PO Box 1936
    Daytona Beach , FL. 32115

    386.761.5565

    info@onedaytona.com

  • Aqua Foundation for Women Family of Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for residents in South Florida who have a history of leadership in the LBT community and plan to be an LBT leader in the future.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.aquafoundation.org/scholarships/

    Aqua Foundation for Women
    4500 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 340
    Miami, Florida 33137

    305.576.2782

    scholars@aquafoundation.org

  • Carlos Enrique Cisneros Scholarship

    Funds scholarships benefitting LGBT undergrad and grad students of disctinction at American University.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.american.edu/ocl/glbta/resources/info_scholarships.html

    201 Mary Graydon Center
    4400 Massachusetss Ave, NW
    Washington, DC 20016-8164

    202.885.3347

    glbta@american.edu

  • Gill Fellowship for GWU Semester in Washington

    Funds scholarships for GLB students to participate in George Washington University’s Semester in Washington program.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gwu.edu/~siw/politics/about/faq.cfm

    GWU Semester in Washington
    1922 F St., NW Ste.404B
    Washington, DC 20052

    800.367.4776

  • Wanda Alston and Christopher Salazar Scholarships

    Open to all people at any educational level and under the age of 25. Eligibility is restricted to those residing in the District of Columbia Metropolitan area.

    Contact Information:

    http://youthpridealliance.org/scholarships.html

    Youth Pride Alliance
    P.O. Box 33161
    Washington, DC 20009

    202.387.4141

  • Helen and Bob Brill Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for LGBT and allied Connecticut students who are involved in support, education and/or advocacy in their school or community and plan to attend or are already attending an institution of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflaghartford.org/brill.html

    True Colors
    945 Main Street, Suite 211
    Manchester, CT 06040

    860.633.7184

    HfdPflag@aol.com

  • Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for students who identify as LGBT, is from an LGBT household or family, or is an ally of the LGBT community and resides in Connecticut.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.hglhc.org/hglhc-content/1638

    HGLHC, Attn: Scholarship Committee
    P.O. Box 2094
    Hartford, CT 06145-2094

    860.278.4163

    rpdz@sbcglobal.net

  • Positive Futures Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for CU Boulder students whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.colorado.edu/gsc/scholarships

    GLBTQ Resource Center
    105 UCB, Center for Community
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Boulder, CO 80309-0103

    303.492.1377

  • LGBT Alumni Association Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for undergrad or grad CU Boulder students who demonstrate commitment to and support for LBGT students at CUB and in the community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.colorado.edu/gsc/scholarships

    GLBTQ Resource Center
    105 UCB, Center for Community
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Boulder, CO 80309-0103

    303.492.1377

  • Karen Raforth Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for undergrad or grad CU Boulder students who demonstrate commitment to and support for LBGT students on campus and in the community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.colorado.edu/gsc/scholarships

    GLBTQ Resource Center
    105 UCB, Center for Community
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Boulder, CO 80309-0103

    303.492.1377

  • Joel Roger Wayne Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for GLBT undergrad student at CU Boulder seeking a degree in a Human Services field.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.colorado.edu/gsc/scholarships

    GLBTQ Resource Center
    105 UCB, Center for Community
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Boulder, CO 80309-0103

    303.492.1377

  • CU Boulder GLBT Scholarship Fund

    Funds a scholarship for undergraduates who have a record of service in making CU Boulder a more hospitable place for GLBT people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.colorado.edu/gsc/scholarships

    GLBTQ Resource Center
    105 UCB, Center for Community
    University of Colorado Boulder
    Boulder, CO 80309-0103

    303.492.1377

    glbtrc@colorado.edu

  • Metropolitan State College of Denver Gill Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for first year student at Metro State who commits to 30 hours of service to LGBT community each semester.

    Contact Information:

    https://msudenver.edu/financialaid/scholarships/

    P.O. Box 173362
    Denver, CO 80217-3362

    303.556.6333

  • White Rose Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for post-secondary student who has resided in Colorado for previous year and has participated in the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.icrmedenver.org/about-us/white-rose-scholarship/

    P.O. Box 100811
    Denver, CO 80250-0811

    303.322.1262

  • The Alexander Foundation Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for gay or lesbian Colorado residents attending an accredited Colorado college for grad or undergrad studies.

    Contact Information:

    http://thealexanderfoundation.org/assistance-programs-scholarships/

    The Alexander Foundation Scholarship Committee
    P.O. Box 1995
    Denver, CO 80201-1995

    303.331.7733

    TheAlexanderFoundation@yahoo.com

  • Kaiser Permanente Diversity Scholarship

    This program was created as a community outreach effort to financially assist students pursuing an education for any career associated with the health care or public health fields. The scholarships were established, and are sponsored, by Kaiser Permanente’s Multicultural Associations/Employee Resource Groups. Our hope is to have an impact on the shortage of diverse health care & public health professionals, and the future delivery of culturally competent care & service. All qualified students may apply, including those students who identify as one or more of the following: African-American, Asian Pacific, Latino, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Native-American and/or as a Person with a Disability.

    Contact Information:

    Kaiser Permanente Colorado Diversity Scholarship Program
    PO Box 378066
    Denver, Colorado 80247-8066

    co-diversitydevelopment@kp.org.

  • Gill Foundation Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for GLBT students with past involvement in GLBT issues who are attending Colorado colleges. For more information, contact your college’s financial aid office or dean of students office.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gillfoundation.org/

  • Jeffrey K. Poilé Memorial Civil Rights Endowed Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for second year McGregor students interested in GLBT civil rights law.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.mcgeorge.edu/Students/Student_Life/Financial_Aid_Office/Continuing_Students/Scholarships.htm

    University of the Pacific
    3200 5th Ave.
    Sacramento, CA 95817

    916.739.7158

    finaid@pacific.edu

  • USC Lambda Alumni Scholarship Program

    Funds scholarships for USC students showing academic excellence and service to the LGBT community, regardless of their sexual orientation.

    Contact Information:

    http://alumnigroups.usc.edu/lambda/scholarships.html

    635 Childs Way
    USC Lambda Alumni Association
    Los Angeles, CA 90089-0461

    christopher.lane@alumni.usc.edu

  • UCSD LGBT Undergraduate Scholarship Program

    Funds scholarships for GLBT and allied undergraduate UCSD students.

    Contact Information:

    https://lgbt.ucsd.edu/resources/scholarships.html

    LGBT Resource Center
    9500 Gilman Dr., # 0023
    La Jolla, CA 92093-0023

    858.822.3493

    rainbow@ucsd.edu

  • Kalyn Smith-Tranquil’son Memorial Fund

    Funds emergency scholarships for UCR students who have funding cut off by parents due to sexual orientation/gender identity.

    Contact Information:

    http://out.ucr.edu/awards/Pages/KalynSmith-Tranquilson.aspx

    UC Riverside LGBT Resource Center
    250 Costo Hall
    Riverside, CA 92521

    951.827.2267

  • UCLA Lambda Alumni Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarships for UCLA students who demonstrate service to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lgbt.ucla.edu/alumni1.html

    UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center
    220 Westwood Plaza B36
    Los Angeles, CA 90095-1570

    310.206.3628

    lgbt@ucla.edu

  • Bruce Wade Memorial Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for grad and undergrad UC Irvine students who contribute to improving the campus environment for LGBT students.

    Contact Information:

    http://lgbtrc.uci.edu/QueerAtUCI/scholarships.php

    UCI Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender Resource Center
    106 Gateway Commons
    Irvine, CA 92697-5125

    949.824.3277

  • Mark Bingham Leadership Fund

    Provides needs-based scholarship funds for a UC Berkeley student.

    Contact Information:

    http://markbingham.com/fund.html

    445 S. Figueroa St. Suite 3400
    Los Angeles, CA 90071-1638

    213.413.4130

  • Markowski-Leach Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for self-identified LGBTQ students at SFSU, UC Berkeley or Stanford who have exemplified excellence in their lives and demonstrated promise for becoming positive role models for other LGBTQ people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.mlscholarships.org/

    P.O. Box 13315, PMB #206
    Oakland, CA 94661-0315

  • Cal Alumni Pride Leadership Scholarship

    Funds four $1,500 scholarships for continuing UC Berkeley students who have demonstrated leadership in the LGBT community and have a strong record of academic excellence, volunteerism and achievement.

    Contact Information:

    http://alumni.berkeley.edu/community/scholarships/other-scholarships/cal-pride-scholarship

    Cal Alumni Pride
    PO BOX 193531
    San Francisco, CA 94119

    scholarship@calalumnipride.org

  • Arcus Endowment

    Biennially funds a scholar-in-residence to teach a graduate seminar and present a lecture on topics which explore sexuality, sexual orientation, and the role of LGBTQ communities in the development of architecture and built environments.

    Contact Information:

    http://ced.berkeley.edu/give-to-ced/faculty-support/arcus-endowment-and-arcus-foundation-chair/

    University of California at Berkeley
    230 Wurster Hall, #1820
    Berkeley, CA 94720-1820

    arcaward@berkeley.edu

  • Wiggsy Sivertsen Scholarship

    Funds scholarships to SJSU students who have demonstrated a commitment to making the University a more open environment for LGBT students.

    Contact Information:

    SJSU, Counseling Services
    Adm. 201
    San Jose, CA 95192-0035

    408.924.5935

    Blanca.Escoto@sjsu.edu

  • Markowski-Leach Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for self-identified LGBTQ students at SFSU, UC Berkeley or Stanford who have exemplified excellence in their lives and demonstrated promise for becoming positive role models for other LGBTQ people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.mlscholarships.org/

    P.O. Box 13315, PMB #206
    Oakland, CA 94661-0315

  • Markowski-Leach Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarships for self-identified LGBTQ students at SFSU, UC Berkeley or Stanford who have exemplified excellence in their lives and demonstrated promise for becoming positive role models for other LGBTQ people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.mlscholarships.org/

    P.O. Box 13315, PMB #206
    Oakland, CA 94661-0315

  • San Diego State University

    Funds scholarships for SDSU students who are members of the LGBT Student Union.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.sa.sdsu.edu/scholarship/index.html

    Office of Financial Aid & Scholarship
    5500 Campanile Dr., Rm. 3605
    San Diego, CA 92182

    619.594.6323

    fao@mail.sdsu.edu

  • William Russell Knudson Memorial Scholarship

    Memorial scholarship of a gay and lesbian civil rights advocate open to at least a second year law student with demonstrated financial need who exhibits academic ability and leadership potential.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.mcgeorge.edu/Students/Student_Life/Financial_Aid_Office/Continuing_Students/Scholarships.htm

  • Michael A. Zamperini/W. Clay Burchell Scholarship

    Sponsors scholarships for lesbian/gay students beginning their final fall semester at Golden Gate University School of Law.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.ggu.edu/school_of_law/law_admissions_financial_aid/financial_aid/scholarships

    Golden Gate University School of Law
    536 Mission St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105

    415.442.6630

    lawadmit@ggu.edu

  • Ned Tuck & Bill Peters Memorial Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for gay or lesbian student at College of Marin.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.scholarshiplibrary.com/wiki/Category:College_of_Marin

    College of Marin Foundation
    P.O. Box 446
    Kentfield, CA 94914

    415.485.9382

    comf@convene.com

  • Tim Wolfred Scholarship

    Funds needs-based scholarship to CCSF student enrolled in a GLBT Studies class.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.ccsf.edu/Services/Scholarships/

    Scholarship Office
    50 Phelan Avenue Batmale Hall, L-366
    San Francisco, CA 94112

    415.239.3339

    gsaucedo@ccsf.edu

  • Dan Allen Memorial Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for publicly-identified gay, lesbian, or bisexual CCSF student.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.ccsf.edu/Services/Scholarships/

    Scholarship Office
    50 Phelan Avenue Batmale Hall, L-366
    San Francisco, CA 94112

    415.239.3339

    gsaucedo@ccsf.edu

  • Bulldog Pride Scholarship Fund

    Funds scholarship for any entering, existing, or graduate Fresno State student demonstrating pride in the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.bulldogpride.org/

    Bulldog Pride Scholarship Fund, Fresno State Alumni Association
    2625 E. Matoian Way, SH 124
    Fresno, CA 93740

    559.278.2586

    probertson@fresnostatealumni.com

  • Cal Poly Pomona Pride Center Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for CSUP students based on leadership and activism in the LGBTQIA community.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.cpp.edu/~oslcc/pride/scholarships.shtml

    The Pride Center
    3801 West Temple Avenue, Bldg 26-107
    Pomona, CA 91768

    909.869.3064

    pride@csupomona.edu

  • Thomas Steel Summer Law Internship

    Funds internships for law student in the Bay Area who has done previous work in the LGBT and/or progressive movements.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.nlgsf.org/

    NLG San Francisco Bay Area Chapter
    588 Capp St.
    San Francisco, CA 94110

    415.285.5067

    mel@nlgsf.org

  • The Tang Scholarship

    Funds needs-based $15,000 scholarship for post-secondary GLBT student of Asian/Pacific Islander ancestry who graduated from high school in one of nine Bay Area counties.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.sbqa.com/

    Edward Tang
    300 El Camino Real
    San Carlos , CA 94070-2489

    ecmt@yahoo.com

  • Sacramento County LGBT Caucus Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for LGBT student or child of a member of the LGBT community who is a graduating high school senior, resident of Sacramento County and has been accepted to a 2 or 4-year institution of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    rayag@saccounty.net

  • San Jose/Peninsula PFLAG Scholarships

    Four $2000 scholarships for high school seniors attending an accredited two- or four-year college/university, or business/technical school whose educational history, personal plans, and activities demonstrate support for justice and equality for GLBT people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagsanjose.org/scholarship.php

    PFLAG Scholarships Attn: Sally McClure
    14 Tasker Lane
    San Carlos, CA 94070

    ninadarbysmom@yahoo.com

  • Queer Asian & Pacific Islander Pride Scholarship

    Provides needs-based funds for LGBTQQ Asian or Pacific Islander students under age 22 who live in the San Francisco bay area.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/scholarship-funds/

    Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center
    730 Polk St, 4th Floor
    San Francisco, CA 94109

    415.292.3420

    aqua@apiwellness.org

  • Project 10 Models of Excellence Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for Southern California students who have shown a commitment to the advancement of civil rights in the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.project10.org/index.html

    Project 10
    115 W. California Blvd., #116
    Pasadena, CA 91105

    626.577.4553

    project10@hotmail.com

  • PFLAG Sacramento Follensbee Scholarship

    Funds $1000 scholarship for self-identified LGBT graduating high school senior from the Sacramento area who is pursuing postsecondary education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagsacramento.org/scholarship

    PFLAG Sacramento
    P.O. Box 661855
    Sacramento, CA 95866-1855

    916.978.0410

    npbarth@earthlink.net

  • PFLAG San Diego Scholarship

    Funds several scholarships of at least $1000 for LGBTQ undergraduate or graduate students who are San Diego County residents.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflag.com/scholarships/

    Scholarship Chair, PFLAG/San Diego
    9341 Carmichael Dr.
    La Mesa, California 91941

    619.743.6879

    pflag.scholarship@gmail.com

  • Permanente Medical Group Medical Student Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for medical student who has promoted understanding of and equality for the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equalityscholarship.org

    KP Pride
    P.O. Box 30573
    Oakland, CA 94604

    510.987.4148

    info@equalityscholarship.org

  • Orange County Imperial Court Harvey Milk Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for Orange County residents attending an area college, university or trade school.

    Contact Information:

    http://orangecountyimperialcourt.org/Scholarship.htm

    PO Box 11332
    Westminster, CA 92685

    619.692.1967

  • The Queen Eddie Conlon Youth Fund

    Funds scholarships for LGBT students who have been accepted to or are matriculating at a post-secondary college, university or vocational institution within the State of California.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.thecentersd.org/programs/youth-services/?referrer=https://www.google.com/

    The Queen Eddie Conlon Youth Fund c/o The San Diego LGBT Community Center
    P.O. Box 3357
    San Diego, CA 92163

    lbarufaldi@thecentersd.org

  • Michael Pozar LGBT Seminarian Scholarship

    This $1,000 scholarship was established in 2010 in celebration of the ELCA policy changes applying to LGBT clergy, in honor of the life of Rev. Michael Pozar (1952-2001), and in recognition of the increasing financial needs of Lutheran candidates for ordained ministry.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.pdffiller.com/351845972-scholarshippdf-Sierra-Pacific-Chapter-ReconcilingWorks1-Michael-Pozar-LGBT-Various-Fillable-Forms

    ReconcilingWorks/San Francisco Bay Area
    566 Vallejo Street, #25
    San Francisco, CA 94133-4083

    dalel@berkeley.edu

  • Los Angeles Frontrunners LGBT Athletic Scholarship

    Funds $1000 scholarships for one male and one female LGBT athlete. Applicant must be a graduating high school senior or current undergraduate and have demonstrated involvement in LGBT community activities and/or organizations.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lafrontrunners.com/scholarship.html

    2870 Los Feliz Place
    PMB #229
    Los Angeles, CA 90039

    lafrontrunners@gmail.com

  • Lavender Scholars Program

    $500 scholarship for LGBTQ and allied high school seniors living in the Inland Empire communities of Southern California to pursue post-secondary education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lavenderscholars.org/

    jaclynsjones@roadrunner.com

  • Kaiser Permanente Nursing Student Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for nursing student who has promoted understanding of and equality for the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equalityscholarship.org/

    KP Pride
    P.O. Box 30573
    Oakland, CA 94604

    510.987.4148

    info@equalityscholarship.org

  • Joseph Towner Fund for Gay & Lesbian Families

    Funds scholarships for post secondary student 25 or under with at least one gay or lesbian parent who resides in one of 9 Bay Area counties.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.horizonsfoundation.org/page/scholarships/josephtowner

    The Horizons Foundation
    870 Market St., Suite 728
    San Francisco, CA 94102

    415.398.4733

    info@horizonsfoundation.org

  • Greater San Diego Business Association Foundation Scholarship

    The Greater San Diego Business Association (GSDBA) Foundation provides scholarships and mentoring to outstanding LGBT students and LGBT community student allies. The GSDBA Foundation also provides resources to the LGBT community through its Scholar Community Project Initiative.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gsdba.org/pages/GSDBACFScholarships

    GSDBA Charitable Foundation
    1940 Fifth Avenue, Suite 300
    San Diego, California 92101

    scorbin@rocs.com

  • GLBA Santa Barbara Scholarship

    Provides financial aid to LGBT undergrad or grad students enrolled in post-secondary institutions in Santa Barbara County.

    Contact Information:

    http://glbasb.org/scholarships/index.htm#.WIjVfFMrIdU

    P.O. Box 90907
    Santa Barbara, CA 93190-0907

    glba@prideguide.net

  • Gay Asian Pacific Alliance/George Choy Memorial Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for LGBT Asian & Pacific Islanders who are Bay Area residents entering their 1st or 2nd semester of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.horizonsfoundation.org/apply/how-to-apply/find-funding-program/gapas-george-choy-memorial-scholarship/

    Gay Asian Pacific Alliance
    P.O. Box 421884
    San Francisco, CA 94142-1884

    hao@gapa.org

  • GALAA Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for Los Angeles students who have shown a commitment to the advancement of civil rights in the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.lalgbtyac.org/

    GALAA
    3510 Garden Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA 90039

  • GALAS Scholarship

    Funds a $1000 scholarship for LGBT students of Armenian decent who are actively involved in an organization that benefits the LGBT community and are attending a college or university in California.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.law.uci.edu/admission/tuition-aid/pdfs/GALASScholarship.pdf

    8721 Santa Monica Blvd
    Box #654
    West Hollywood, CA 90069

    galas@galasla.org

  • eQuality Scholarship

    The eQuality Scholarship Collaborative awards scholarships to honor and encourage California students for their service to the lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender community. Scholarships may be used for post-secondary education at accredited institutions – colleges, universities, and trade schools. Some of the scholarships are specifically for nursing or medical school.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equalityscholarship.org/

    info@equalityscholarship.org

  • Dennis W. Cabaret Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for residents of Orange County, CA who have completed 1 full year of post-high school education and whose roots of activism are evident in the OC lesbian & gay community.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.pdffiller.com/20713117-CabaretScholarshippdf-DENNIS-W-CABARET-SCHOLARSHIP-APPLICATION-FORM-Various-Fillable-Forms

    12752 Garden Grove Blvd.
    Suites 101/103/106
    Garden Grove, CA 92843

    714.534.0862

    scholarshipsOC@thecenteroc.org

  • CTA GLBT Safety in Schools Grants & Scholarships

    Support projects and presentations that promote understanding and respect for GLBT persons.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.cta.org/

    650.552.5446

  • Bobby Griffith Memorial Scholarship

    Funds scholarship for Contra Costa County high school graduate who contributes to the community by improving the environment for GLBT youth.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.equalityscholarship.org/griffith.htm

    1924 Grant Street, Suite 4
    Concord, CA 94520

    griffithfund@aol.com

  • Jim Grove Memorial Scholarship

    Funds $1,000 scholarship for a GLBT or allied student who is an Arizona resident and plans to enroll at or currently attends a post-secondary educational institution.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagtucson.org/scholarships/

    PFLAG Phoenix Scholarship Selection Committee
    7550 N. 16th St. #6121
    Phoenix, AZ 85020

    602.361.5720

    rgrove2468@live.com

  • Jerry Curl Memorial Scholarships

    Funds two $1000 scholarships specifically for gay males who are active in the LGBT community and plan to attend or are current students at an institution of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagtucson.org/scholarships/

    PFLAG Tucson Scholarship Application
    P O Box 36264
    Tucson, Arizona 85740-6264

    520.360.3795

    pflagtuc@pflagtucson.org

  • Eugene Moore Memorial Scholarhip

    Funds scholarships specifically for LGBT students who are active in the LGBT community and plan to attend or are current students at an institution of higher education.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pflagtucson.org/scholarships/

    PFLAG Tucson Scholarship Application
    P O Box 36264
    Tucson, Arizona 85740-6264

    520.360.3795

    pflagtuc@pflagtucson.org

  • Dowers Family Scholarships

    Funds two $750 scholarships for GLBT or allied students who are Arizona residents and plan to enroll at or currently attend a post-secondary educational institution.

    Contact Information:

    http://pflagphoenix.org/scholarships/

    PFLAG Phoenix Scholarship Selection Committee
    7550 N. 16th St. #6121
    Phoenix, AZ 85020

    602.361.5720

    rgrove2468@live.com

  • Boots & Ray Reed Scholarship

    Funds $1,000 scholarship for a GLBT or allied student who is an Arizona resident and plans to enroll at or currently attends a post-secondary educational institution.

    Contact Information:

    http://pflagphoenix.org/scholarships/

    PFLAG Phoenix Scholarship Selection Committee
    7550 N. 16th St. #6121
    Phoenix, AZ 85020

    602.361.5720

    rgrove2468@live.com

  • The Pride Foundation

    Funds scholarships for residents of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Washington with a demonstrated commitment to human and civil rights for all people.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridefoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships/

    GSBA and Pride Foundation Scholarships
    1122 East Pike Street, PMB #1001
    Seattle, WA 98122

    800.735.7287

    scholarships@pridefoundation.org

  • Imperial Court of All Alaska Scholarships

    Funds scholarship for LGBT or allied students based on scholastic achievement, leadership ability, economic need and contributions to the gay and lesbian community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.impcourtak.org/scholarship-program/

    PO Box 202353
    Anchorage, AK 99520-2353

    907.360.5088

    scholarship@imperialcourtalaska.org

  • Wayne F. Placek Grants

    Funds various grants nationwide for graduate, pre- and post-doctoral scientific research on issues of concern for lesbians, gay men & bisexuals.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.apa.org/apf/placek.html

    American Psychological Foundation
    750 First St., NE
    Washington, DC 20002-4242

    202.336.5843

  • Tom Steel Post-Graduate Fellowship

    Funds scholarships for public interest law projects for law students eligible to graduate in the spring or lawyers who are within 3 years of graduating from law school.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridelawfund.org/fellowships/tom-steel/

    Pride Law Fund
    P.O. Box 2602
    San Francisco, CA 94126-2602

    415.434.9800

    application@PrideLawFund.org

  • Traub-Dicker Rainbow Scholarship

    Awards three $3,000 scholarships to lesbian-identified students in two categories: 1) Graduating high school seniors who plan on attending a recognized college or university; and, 2) Already matriculated college students in any year of study, including graduate school.

    Contact Information:

    https://stonewallfoundation.org/grants/scholarships

    Traub-Dicker Rainbow Scholarship, Stonewall Community Foundation
    119 West 24th Street
    New York, New York 10011-1995

    212.367.1155

    stonewall@stonewallfoundation.org

  • Tidal Wave Scholarship Fund

    These $1000 scholarships will be awarded to GLBT students, as well as to students of GLBT parents, who can demonstrate financial need, as well as a background of positive contribution to their local GLBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.tidalwavescholarship.com/

    3467 Foxcroft Circle
    Oviedo, FL 32765

    scholarshipfund@tidalwaveparty.com

  • The Ruth Benedict Prize

    The Ruth Benedict Prize is presented each year at the American Anthropological Association’s annual meeting to acknowledge excellence in a scholarly book written from an anthropological perspective about a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered topic. The Ruth Benedict Prize is awarded in each of two separate categories: one for a single-authored monograph and another for an edited volume. Submissions may be on any topic related to lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgendered people, or other gender / sexual formations and categories from any world culture area. Topics may include the study of normativity, queer theory, and the social/historical construction of sexual and gender identities, discourses and categories. Authors may represent any scholarly discipline, but the material submitted must engage anthropological theories and methods.

    Contact Information:

    http://queeranthro.org/awards/

  • Point Foundation

    First established in 2001, Point Foundation is the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization to LGBTQ high school, college and university students.
    Through mentorship, leadership development and community service, Point Foundation seeks to empower promising LGBTQ students to achieve their full potential despite the obstacles often put before them. Point Scholarships are awarded on a “last provider” basis. In other words, Point Foundation fills in the gaps and provides funds not provided by other scholarships, grants, loans, work/study programs.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.pointfoundation.org/

    5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 370
    Los Angeles, CA 90027

    866.337.6468

    applicationinfo@pointfoundation.org

  • The Harry Bartel Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Funds gay male students who are 23 years or younger with a record of community service

    Contact Information:

    http://www.stonewallfoundation.org/grantprograms_scholarships.php?Section=Scholarships&lid=2

    stonewall@stonewallfoundation.org

  • The Gene and John Athletic Scholarship

    Offers scholarships of $2,500 and $5,000 with a reliable pool of resources (both monetary and community-based)to gay and lesbian athletes looking to continue their education while pursuing athletics in order to help them reach their potential and realize their dreams.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.petersons.com/scholarship/gene-and-john-athletic-fund-scholarship-111_179246.aspx#/sweeps-modal

    Gene and John Athletic Fund of Stonewall Community Foundation
    119 West 24th Street
    New York, New York 10011

    stonewall@stonewallfoundation.org

  • Roy Scrivner Memorial Research Grants

    The Roy Scrivner Research Grants provide graduate student grants for empirical or applied research that encourages the study of LGBT family psychology and LGBT family therapy. Strong preference given to dissertation candidates.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.apa.org/apf/funding/scrivner.aspx

  • The Bee Winkler Weinstein Fund

    Funds young women whose own families have withdrawn emotional and/or financial support because of their sexual and/or gender identity by providing grants covering vocational/technical training, licensing fees, college application fees and the like.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.stonewallfoundation.org/grantprograms_scholarships.php?Section=Scholarships&lid=2

    Bee’s Fund
    119 West 24 Street
    New York, New York 10011

    stonewall@stonewallfoundation.org

  • Queer Foundation Scholarship

    The Queer Foundation Scholarship Fund promotes effective writing by, about, and/or for queer youth. The Queer Foundation offers to the winners of each year’s essay contest $1,000 scholarships to the U.S. college or university of their choice to study queer theory or related fields.

    Contact Information:

    http://queerfoundation.org/html/scholarships.html

    Joseph Dial, Ph.D.
    Executive Director
    3213 W Wheeler St., #145
    Seattle, WA 98199

    206.999.8740

    queerfoundation@queerfoundation.org

  • Pride Law Fund Fellowships

    Funds scholarships nationwide for law students working under the supervision of an attorney at a 501c(3) tax exempt non-profit organization anywhere in the country.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.pridelawfund.org/fellowships.php

    P.O. Box 2602
    San Francisco, CA 94126-2602

    415.434.9800

  • PFLAG National Scholarships Program

    Funds scholarships for LGBT and Allied graduating high school seniors entering higher education who have demonstrated an interest in service to the LGBT community.

    Contact Information:

    http://community.pflag.org/Page.aspx?pid=370

    Suzanne Greenfield, Safe Schools Coordinator
    1726 M St. NW, Suite 400
    Washington, DC 20036

    202.467.8180

    scholarships@pflag.org

  • Out to Protect Scholarship

    Awards a $500 Law Enforcement Scholarship to LGBT individuals or straight allies pursuing a career in law enforcement as a means of supporting “out” individuals serving as positive role models in law enforcement.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.outtoprotect.org/scholarship-information/

  • NWSA Women’s/Gender Studies Student Scholarships and Awards Lesbian Caucus Scholarship

    The purpose of the annual NWSA Lesbian Caucus Award is to provide a $500 research award in recognition of a Master’s Thesis or Doctoral Dissertation research project that resonates with the mission of NWSA and the goals of the Lesbian Caucus.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.nwsa.org/content.asp?contentid=16

    National Women’s Studies Association
    11 E Mount Royal Ave., Suite 100
    Baltimore, MD 21202

    410.528.0355

    awards@nwsa.org

  • NLGLA Michael Greenberg Student Writing Competition

    Awards scholarships to law students writing about cutting edge legal issues affecting the LGBT and/or intersex community.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.nlgja.org/resources/longcope/

    601 13 St, N.W., #1170 South
    Washington, DC 20005-3823

    202.637.6384

    info@nlgla.org

  • NLGJA Leroy F. Aarons Scholarship Award

    Funds $5000 scholarship for an LGBT student planning to pursue a career in journalism. Applicant must attend or plan to attend a U.S. community college or four-year university.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.nlgja.org/students/aarons.htm

    National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association
    1420 K St NW, Suite 910
    Washington, DC 20005

    info@nlgja.org

  • NLGJA Kay Longcope Scholarship Award

    Funds scholarship for an LGBT person of color planning to pursue a career in journalism. Applicants must attend or plan on attending a U.S. community college or four-year university.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.nlgja.org/students/longcope.htm

    National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association
    1420 K St NW, Suite 910
    Washington, DC 20005

    info@nlgja.org

  • NGPA Education Fund Scholarships

    Funds scholarships for members of the gay and lesbian community who are pursuing careers as professional pilots.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.ngpa.org/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=189069&module_id=134881

    PO Box 7271
    Dallas, TX 75209-0271

    214.336.0873

    info@ngpa.org

  • Michael Greenberg Student Writing Competition

    Writing competition open to all students attending an ABA-accredited law school. Applicants must submit a paper on a cutting edge legal issue affecting the LGBTI community.

    Contact Information:

    http://lgbtbar.org/what-we-do/awards-recognition/michael-greenberg-student-writing-competition/

    Craig.Konnoth@LGBTbar.org

  • Messenger-Anderson Journalism Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for GLBT students pursuing a degree and/or career in journalism.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gayalliance.org/gard/messenger-anderson-journalism-scholarship-and-internship-program/

    NGLTF
    80 Maiden Lane, Suite 1504
    New York, NY 10038

    thetaskforce@thetaskforce.org

  • Malyon-Smith Scholarship Award

    The Malyon-Smith Scholarship is named for two founding past-presidents of the Division, the late Alan Malyon and the late Adrienne Smith. It is a fund that annually awards up to $1000 to selected graduate students in psychology to advance research in the psychology of sexual orientation and gender identity. The award represents one of the Division’s major efforts to mentor and support science in LGBT psychology by encouraging the work of young researchers. Faculty members are strongly encouraged to inform students of this award so that we can continue to insure the future of LGBT research in psychology. Applicants must be currently enrolled full-time in a Department of Psychology at the graduate level. Applications from students in allied disciplines, such as social work and sociology, cannot be considered at this time.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.apadivision44.org/honors/malyon-smith.php

    div44.award.coordinator@gmail.com

  • Live Out Loud Educational Scholarship

    Funds scholarships for graduating seniors who identify as LGBT and are pursuing higher education.

    Contact Information:

    https://www.liveoutloud.info/programs/scholarship/

    P.O. Box 312
    New York, NY 10113

    631.586.2887

    info@liveoutloud.info

  • LGBT Foreign Affairs Scholarship

    A $2,500 scholarship for a disadvantaged student who plans to intern in a foreign affairs-related field.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.glifaa.org/

    lgbtscholarship@glifaa.org

  • LEAGUE Foundation Scholarship

    The Laurel Hester Memorial Scholarship (1 award annually) typically $2,500
    The Matthew Shepard Memorial Scholarship (1 award annually) typically $2,500
    The LEAGUE Foundation Scholarship (up to 5 awards annually) typically $1,500

    Contact Information:

    http://www.leaguefoundation.org/scholarships/

    LEAGUE Foundation
    AT&T
    208 S Akard Street Room 251012
    Dallas, TX 75202

    info@leaguefoundation.org

  • Kenneth W. Payne Student Prize Competition

    The Kenneth W. Payne Student Prize is presented each year by the Association for Queer Anthropology (AQA) to a graduate or undergraduate student in acknowledgement of outstanding anthropological work on 1) a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered topic, or 2) a critical interrogation of sexualities and genders more broadly defined. Papers are judged according to the following criteria: use of relevant L/G/B/T/Q and/or feminist anthropological theory and literature, potential for contribution to and advancement of queer studies and our understanding of sexualities worldwide, attention to difference (gender, class, race, ethnicity, nation), originality, organization and coherence, and timeliness.

    Contact Information:

    http://queeranthro.org/awards/

  • Jeremy D. Protas LGBT Patent Law Scholarship

    This scholarship awards $1000 to a well-qualified LGBT candidate interested in pursuing a career in patent law. Applicants must be a second-year law student (or third year part time) and be eligible to take the patent bar exam.

    Contact Information:

    http://jeremy.protas.org/scholarship/

    scholarship@protas.org

  • KarMel Scholarship

    Awards scholarships for written or artistic work on a GLBT topic.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.karenandmelody.com/KarMelScholarship.html

    P.O. Box 70382
    Sunnyvale, CA 94086

    KarMelScholarship@gmail.com

  • Gammu Mu Foundation Scholarships

    Funds scholarship for gay men who are either living in or have come from a rural area and plan to attend a post-secondary institution or a vocational program.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.gammamufoundation.org/grant_scholarships/scholarships.asp

  • Fund for Lesbian and Gay Scholarships (FLAGS)

     This fund provides financial assistance to gay, lesbian, and bisexual
                                    students involved in the community. The scholarship amount varies and
                                    depends on financial need. The deadline is mid-September for the current
                                    school year. 
    
                                    The fund's Youth Project Scholarship Program also awards grants to
                                    tenth and eleventh graders who plan to pursue postsecondary education.
                                    The scholarship is awarded based on financial need, academic
                                    achievement, and school or community involvement. The scholarship
                                    amount varies. The deadline is mid-January.
    
                                    For more information about either of these programs, or an application,
                                    send a self-addressed stamped envelope to
                                    Whitman-Brooks
                                    The Scholarship Fund
                                    PO Box 48320
                                    Los Angeles, CA 90048-0320
                                    Phone: 1-213-650-5752
    Contact Information:

    http://www.washburn.edu/sobu/broach/flags.txt

    Whitman-Brooks
    P.O. Box 48320
    Los Angeles, CA 90048-0320

    213.650.5752

  • Dr Alma S. Adams Scholarship for Outreach and Health Communications

    Awards $5,000 annually for up to two candidates pursuing undergraduate or graduate studies who have demonstrated a commitment to community service or used the visual arts or media to convey culturally-appropriate health messages on behalf of a disadvantaged population.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.legacyforhealth.org/adams-scholarship.aspx

    Adams Scholarship Fund
    1724 Massachusetts Avenue NW
    Washington, DC 20036

    202.454.5920

    adamsscholarship@americanlegacy.org

  • Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund

    Funds needs-based scholarships for students actively working toward peace and justice at an accredited institution.

    Contact Information:

    http://www.davisputter.org/index.html

    P.O. Box 7307
    New York, NY 10116-7307

    information@davisputter.org

  • Committee on LGBT History

    The $200 Joan Nestle Prize is awarded every other year for the best undergraduate paper on LGBTQ history. The Gregory Sprague Prize is awarded every other year to a graduate student.

    Contact Information:

    http://clgbthistory.org/prizes/joan-nestle-prize/

    Harvard University
    Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138

    617.495.3337

    lekus@fas.harvard.edu

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