Non-traditional students qualify for traditional college financial aid too; like Pell Grants and other federal assistance.
Student-specific scholarships are supplemental resources that help LGBT university students, after other financial aid is spent. Like other scholarship-seekers, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender financial aid candidates are well-served by a top-down approach toward student assistance. Qualification is based on GPA and community involvement.
Scholarship recipients are also required to take part in a summer internship program in Washington, D. The Point Foundation provides scholarships in varying amounts to undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students.
Scholarship preference is given to rural applicants, and dollar amounts vary. Applications are accepted from students living in Oregon and Southern Washington. Applicants possess at least one parent that identifies with the LGBT community.
Awards issued by Colage favor students involved socially; especially in activities that showcase positive alternative family values. Payne Student Prize to reward the scholarly writing of graduate students. Try it today!