Liberal Arts Scholarships
Here are some of the Liberal Arts scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
The Chicago Roofing Contractors Association will award at least one $3,000 renewable scholarship to a high school senior who will enter college in September each year in the following programs – liberal arts and sciences, engineering, architecture or business. The scholarship recipient will be selected on the basis of academic performance, faculty recommendation, extracurricular activities, employment experience, and a demonstrated interest in a productive career.
Female students who are U.S. citizens, have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or greater and are majoring in Science, (Biology/Math), Liberal Arts, Education, Fine Arts (Humanities) or Business are eligible to apply.
This $1,000 scholarship is available to students in the HSU credential programs during their student teaching year, including elementary, secondary and special education, and those in the Liberal Studies Elementary Education-Integrated program. Applicants must be a graduate of a public, private or charter high school in Humboldt or Del Norte counties or the Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District, or, if there no candidates from these schools or districts, then the award may be given to the most qualified candidate, meeting all other criteria. Application for financial aid needs to be on file in the Financial Aid Office by March 2. Applicants must a a senior or post baccalaureate during the year of the award. The HSU School of Education will solicit applications from candidates. For more information, contact the Credential Programs Office (707) 826-5867.
Requirements: Available for undergraduate or graduate study in the United States or abroad. Open to students interested in the classical liberal tradition. See website for details.
The scholarship, named for founding Legacy board member, Dr. Alma S. Adams will award two $5,000 scholarships to pursue undergraduate or graduate studies at an accredited institution of higher education in the United States. The awards will be granted on a competitive basis for the following: a) a record of commitment to community service on behalf of an underserved community, preferably related to tobacco prevention and/or control and b) the best use of the visual arts, media, creative writing or other creative endeavor to convey culturally appropriate health messages aimed at raising awareness of tobacco’s harmful impact.
1. Applicants must provide evidence of community service activities in an underserved community setting.
Service activities may include activism, outreach, or peer counseling in tobacco prevention or control. The
community service activity should be described in the personal statement.
2. Applicants must submit documentation of financial need for scholarship funds (SAR report).
3. Students pursuing a course of study in public health, communications, social work, education, liberal arts or a
related field will be considered eligible.
4. Applicants must have a Grade Point Average of at least a 3.0 (B average) for the most recent academic year.
Minimum GPA 3.5
Pursuing undergraduate degree in liberal arts or science, or a graduate degree in a professional field
Demonstrate well-rounded and balanced record of achievement in preparation for career objectives
Submit two letters of recommendation from teachers, counselors, coaches or employers citing applicant’s credentials and potential for success
• Must be a classified undergraduate or graduate student
• Enrolled in a degree-seeking program, unless specifically noted
• Enrolled in a two- or four-year, accredited* college institution in Hawai`i or the continental U.S.
• Full-time status, unless specifically noted
• Demonstrate interest in Hawaiian language, culture, history
• Demonstrate a commitment to contribute to the greater community.
Applications are open to the general public. However, it is the policy of the Pauahi Foundation to give preference to applicants of Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law.
Criteria: 1. Must be majoring in liberal arts, agriculture, business administartion, economics, education, environmental studies, information technology and management, journalism, political science, public administration and other related fields. Contact Information: Students interested in applying for this scholarship should view http://pidp.eastwestcenter.org/pidp/Awards/spsaward1.htm for more information and an application form.
Internships are highly competitive and openings are limited. To qualify, a student must be: - African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American or Native American; - a citizen or permanent resident of the United States; - currently a college undergraduate junior or senior, or attending graduate school; - achieving a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0 (students with a cumulative GPA of 2.7 to 2.9 are encouraged to apply, but must complete an additional essay question in the Student Application); - a major in advertising, communications, marketing, liberal arts, or can demonstrate a commitment to a career in advertising.
Criteria: 1. Must be majoring in a College of Liberal Arts discipline. 2. Must be a member of Phi Beta Kappa. 3. Must be a graduating senior. 4. By nomination only. 5. The award will be given to the best graduating initiate continuing to a graduate school. Contact Information: Students interested in applying for this scholarship should contact the Administrative Support Coordinator of College of Liberal Arts ((562) 985-5384) for more information and an application form.
Source:American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Eligibility: Scholarships are available to all liberal arts degree holders of any regionally-accredited U.S. institution who wish to pursue a CPA certificate. Scholarships are given based on academic achievement, leadership and future career interests and are contingent upon acceptance in a graduate accounting program. Awards: 7 awards of $5,000 and will be eligible for renewal for one more year, provided satisfactory scholastic progress is maintained. Application Procedures: Applications can be obtained through the following: www.aicpa.org/members/div/career/edu/jlcs.htm.
All residents of New York City who attend high schools in New York City's five boroughs are eligible. Students must plan to attend college in the fall immediately following graduation. Students must apply and be accepted to one of the ten colleges associated with Chase Smart Start Scholarship Program. Students in the program must major in one of the following fields of study: business, communications, education, engineering, liberal arts, social science or technology. Legal dependents of Chase employees are not eligible for the Smart Start Program, but continue to be eligible for Chase's scholarships for employee's children.
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