Scholarships for Biomedical Science Students

“Biomedical Sciences” covers quite a bit of ground: Medical microbiology, virology, biomedical engineering, and genetic epidemiology are examples of sub-fields. If it’s an applied science that has a basis in healthcare or public health, you’re likely in a biomedical field. As many undergraduates pursuing this Bachelor degree likely have to go on to graduate-level studies, …

Scholarships for Geology Majors

Geology rocks! Okay, I’ll try not to make any more puns. The study of geology is one of the most popular natural sciences in terms of college majors, as well as one of the most lucrative upon graduation. Believe it or not, Forbes ranked geology as the seventh most valuable college major, with a starting …

Scholarships for Students with Dyslexia

According to the American Dyslexia Association, nearly one in ten Americans are afflicted with dyslexia, a common learning disability that affects one’s ability to read, write and spell. Contrary to the belief of some, dyslexia does not correlate with IQ or intelligence. Successful dyslexics are abundant, including scientists such as Galileo Galilei and Albert Einstein, …

Scholarships for Economic Majors

If you are an economics student, you can apply for a scholarship from several organizations around the world. Economics is among the highest paying majors and pursuing a degree in the field is laying ground for a good future. You can work with successful companies from various parts of the world and there are many …

Scholarships for Students With Diabetes

Going to college while maintaining good health is difficult enough for students without life-long diseases. Managing insulin and blood sugar levels on campus, away from family members who know exactly what to do should anything go wrong, can sometimes be a trick and a half. Financial stress can add to the problem, what with rising …

Scholarships for First Generation College Students

Twenty percent of today’s students at 4-year universities are first in their family to attend college. And while not all of these students come from low-income families, the large majority come from households with a median income of a little more than $37,000. Moreover, first generation college students are more likely than their counterparts to …

Scholarships for Students with ADD

When searching for scholarships, it’s truly important to do your research to see what is out there. For those with learning disabilities such as ADD, you may find there are quite a few options available to you. Here are just a few scholarships you might want to consider applying for. DisABLEDperson, Inc. Scholarship Every spring, …

Scholarships for Architecture Majors

As we move forward in society, we continually discover better and more innovative ways to build things. The people who do that, those architects, have some pretty cool scholarships to help get them through school. Here’s just a short list to get you started. Simpson Strong-Tie Academic Scholarship Award: $2,000 Deadline: April 25, 2018 Simpson …

Scholarships for Students with Bipolar Disorder and/or Depression

Mental health is a very important, and prevalent, issue, and though there have been great strides in recent years for treatment and awareness, there can still be a stigma surrounding mental health. Students struggling with mental health problems—such as bipolar disorder and/or depression—while also pursuing higher education should be applauded and supported. That’s why we’ve …