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District of Columbia Scholarships

One of the best ways to find Education Money is to conduct a scholarship search with a reputable database service like FastWeb.com.

College students in the District of Columbia can also find local scholarship money in their own state by contacting the:

State Superintendent of Education Office
https://osse.dc.gov/
Be sure to check with your high school guidance counselor or ask about financial aid at your college admissions office. Here on this page we've identified a few of the most common scholarship programs that are available right in your state...
Alumnae Panhellenic Association of Washington, D.C.
$1,200 to female college students of financial need who reside in Washington DC. Read More

Board of Young Adult Advisors (BOYAA) Scholarship
$2,500 to young Washington DC students who have been afflicted with cancer. Read More

Carson Scholars Fund, Inc.
$1,000 to Washington DC K-12 students who do well in school. Read More

DC Tuition Assistance Grant (DCTAG)
Up to $10,000 for Black Washington DC students to go to college for four years. Read More

Kappa Scholarship Endowment Fund, Inc.
Scholarships awarded to Washington DC students of color. Read More

Legacy of Life Essay & Video Scholarships
$5,000 to Washington DC students to support organ donations. Read More

Lighthouse Guild Scholarships
Up to $10,000 to legally blind Washington DC college students.. Read More

Lisa Higgins-Hussman Foundation Scholarship
$2,500 to young Washington DC students who have been afflicted with cancer. Read More

Meg Graham Scholarship
Up to $10,000 to Washington DC college students who love to volunteer. Read More

Perlita Liwanag Memorial Scholarship
$2,500 to young Washington DC students who have been afflicted with cancer. Read More

The Roothbert Fund Scholarships
Up to $3,000 for college students residing in Washington DC. Read More

The Esperanza Education Fund Scholarship
Up to $20,000 to Washington DC college students who are immigrants. Read More
Obviously this list is just the tip of the iceberg in the vast ocean of available scholarships and grant programs. To get a more extensive idea of the funding opportunities you might be eligible for, visit these database websites to see which scholarship programs match you!
Fast Web
www.fastweb.org


Broke Scholar
www.brokescholar.com/


The Princeton Review
www.princetonreview.com/college/finance/scholar


College Xpress
http://www.collegexpress.com/


The College Board's Scholarship Search
http://apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

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