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Name of CollegeSAT/ACT range & average GPA Name of Program/OpportunityStateWebsiteWhat is it?
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Adler School of Professional Psychology
Diversity ScholarshipILhttps://www.adler.edu/resources/content/1/0/3/8/documents/Assistantship-Application.pdf$10K. You must demonstrate a commitment to diversity as it relates to your interest in psychology in order to qualify for this award. Priority is given to applicants who belong to ethnic, racial, religious, cultural, and sexual identity groups that have traditionally been underrepresented populations in the field of psychology.
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Alabama A&M17-18 ACT, min. 2.0 GPA, min. 1290 SATALhttp://www.aamu.edu/Pages/default.aspxHBCU, interested in more Baltimore Kids, are very welcoming to Engineering students and they have additional money in that department to support students
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bethune cookman university
360-450 math, 370-460 readingFLhttp://www.cookman.edu/index.htmlHBCU
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clark atlanta univ390-470 cr, 380-460 math; 16-20 act; 3.01 gpaGAhttp://www.cau.edu/
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Cornell CollegeF. Armstrong ScholarshipIAhttps://www.collegexpress.com/scholarships/f-armstrong-scholarship/2009804/$16K. Applicant must contribute to the cultural diversity of the Cornell community; such applicants would include ethnic minority and international students as well as first generation Americans. Leadership, involvement, and ability to contribute to the college's community are also considered.
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emory & henry college445-560 math, 430-555 cr; 19-26 act; 3.5 GPA VAhttp://www.ehc.edu/
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ferrum college 390-490 math, 390-490 cr; 14-20 ACT; 2.81 GPAVAhttp://www.ferrum.edu/
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full sail university FLhttp://www.fullsail.edu/focused on entertainment industry
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grinnell college 1310-1480 (CR/M); 29-33 actIAhttps://www.grinnell.edu/about
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hampshire collegesat optionalJames Baldwin ScholarsMAhttps://www.hampshire.edu/james-baldwin-scholars/james-baldwin-scholars-programthis is a first year transition program, FULL RIDE, kids w/ upward trajectory meaning your GPA doesn't have to be amazing but must show effort
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Kenyon College1300-1480 SATKEEPOHhttps://www.kenyon.edu/about-kenyon/diversity-at-kenyon/odei/keep/Scholarship and first year enrichment program aimed at underrepresented students of color and first-generation college students.
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mary baldwin college410-530 math, 440-560 cr; 19-24 act; 3.39 gpa (min: 2.7 GPA; 1150 SAT; 17 ACT)VAhttp://www.mbc.edu/women's college
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morehouse college 470-590 math; 470-580 CR; 19-24 ACT; 3.24 GPAGAhttp://www.morehouse.edu/HBCU for men
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Nebraska WesleyanVaughan Scholarship for Students of ColorNBhttps://www.nebrwesleyan.edu/about-nwu/financial-aid-office/vaughn-scholarship-students-colorAwards from $1K-4K
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North Carolina A&Tmin. 1000 SAT (CR/M), 22 ACT, 3.0 GPA for scholarships (some have higher requirements)scholarships for freshmenNChttp://www.ncat.edu/admissions/financial-aid/aid/scholarships/fresh-students.htmlseveral different scholarships that offer full rides and room and board; are merit based and test score dependent; also some that are not full ride; are very welcoming to Engineering students and they have additional money in that department to support students. Interested in getting more baltimore kids; Full ride ones are the National Alumni Association Scholarship and the Lewis and Elizabeth Dowdy Scholarship
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Providence College530-640 math, 520-620 critical reading, 3.37 GPA (whole school)Multicultural Scholarship ProgramRIhttp://www.providence.edu/admission/Pages/Multicultural-Scholars.aspxgive 50 full-tutition schoalrships to multi-cultural students - "Multicultural Scholarship Program" great basketball tradition; located in the heart of Providence, so city school, very Catholic, which makes kids comfortable
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Rutgers UniversityDiversity Advancement Program ScholarshipNJhttps://bloustein.rutgers.edu/graduate/prospective/funding-and-support-for-prospective-graduate-students/15K. The Diversity Advancement Program Scholarship is open to graduate students at Rutgers University, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy who are from underrepresented populations.
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shaw univ330-410 math, 330-410 cr; 13-16 act; 2.31 GPANChttp://www.shawu.edu/
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University of IdahoDiversity Out-of-State Tuition WaiverIDhttps://www.uidaho.edu/financial-aid/scholarships/out-of-stateThe Diversity Out-of-State Tuition Waiver is open to students from diverse ethnic backgrounds attending the University of Idaho. You must not be a resident of Idaho and have a minimum 2.0 GPA to be eligible for this award.
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University of IdahoDiversity Scholars ScholarshipIDhttps://www.uidaho.edu/diversity/dhr/oma/scholarships-awardsThe Diversity Scholars Scholarship is open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students from diverse ethnic backgrounds attending the University of Idaho.
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University of Notre Dame680-770 math, 660-750 CR SAT, 32-34 ACT (whole school)INhttps://www.nd.edu/high flying undocumented students - full ride - 4 years - renewable - LeShane
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Villanova UniversitySt. Martin de Porres ScholarshipPAhttp://www1.villanova.edu/villanova/enroll/finaid/scholarships_grants/need-based-grants.htmlFull tuition and fees
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virginia union univ 340-420 cr, 330-420 math; 2.61 GPAVAhttps://www.vuu.edu/home.aspxHBCU
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wesley360-475 math, 360-470 cr; 16-23 ACT; 2.7 GPADEhttp://www.wesley.edu/Cannon scholars program provides STEM scholarships/counseling for underrepresented students--GPA 2.7+, SAT 1600+ http://www.wesley.edu/academics/programs/undergraduate-programs/cannon-scholars.html
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Georgetown UnivVerbal 660-760, Math 660-760Community Scholars ProgramDC
https://cmea.georgetown.edu/community-scholars/
Mentorship/special aid program for first-gen students. Connections to mentors, books/supplies, community, summer program before starting college. School meets 100% of demonstrated financial need.
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