Scholarship Search Sites
- Student Aid on the Web Scholarship Wizard
- CollegeBoard Scholarship Search
- CollegeNet Scholarship Database
- FreSch! The Free Scholarship Search Service
- Scholarship America
- Wired Scholar Free Scholarship Search
Scholarships are awarded to pre-lingual deaf or hard-of-hearing students who use speech and speech-reading to communicate, and who are attending or have been admitted to a college or university program that primarily enrolls students with normal hearing.
Must be a U.S.. citizen or permanent legal resident of the United States.
A national service program that provides the opportunity to earn money to help pay for post-secondary education in exchange for a year of community service.
Updated monthly with information about juried exhibitions and competitions, call or entries/proposals/papers, poetry and other writing contests, jobs, internships scholarships, residencies, fellowships, casting calls, tryouts, grants, festivals, funding, financial aid, and other opportunities for artists, art educators, and non-art students.
Annually awards several $2,500 scholarships to women who are pursuing careers directly related to the automotive industry such as engineering, marketing, sales, and finance. The scholarship application and details about the criteria for recipient selection are available on the organization’s Website.
Awards two scholarships to US Engineering students who are pursuing careers in industrial automation-related disciplines.
Provides a list of scholarships specifically for residents of southeast Michigan, including the Otis M. Smith Scholarship for single mothers.
Essay contest that encourages students to offer innovative ideas and solutions to "solve the foreclosure crisis". First place prize is $5,000 and is open to all accepted freshmen and enrolled undergraduate and graduate students.
Administered by the United Negro College Fund, the program provides scholarships and fellowships for outstanding low-income African American, Native American, Hispanic American, and Asian American students to attend the undergraduate and graduate institutions of their choice.
Provides three scholarships to Michigan students annually to encourage to encourage learning about German business, life and culture by living and working in Germany.
The Imagine Fund will award multiple scholarships from three sources to academically qualified and economically challenged Black and Latino students who are enrolled in at least 12 credit hours at junior or senior status by institutional definition. Applicants must meet additional criteria, i.e.., specific major and have graduated high school from specific city or county. Committed to inclusion and equity on Michigan college campuses, The Imagine Fund awards its own funds as well as those from donors who are similarly committed to diversity.
- Designed for students who are fatherless because of death or termination of parental rights before age 18
- Residents of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Lenawee, Monroe, Livingston, Washtenaw or St. Clair counties at the time of high school graduation Macomb,
- Will pursue a major and career in nursing, law, dentistry or medicine
- Demonstrate financial need and must attend one of the 15 public Michigan universities
- Award up to eight $7,500 scholarships
Offers undergraduate scholarships for the children of active duty, reserve, or former U.S.. Marines.
Students can apply for approximately $2.3 million in scholarships from this charitable organization, which is sponsored by Sallie Mae.
This scholarship program is a component of the Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan. Applicants must be single mothers who are residents of Wayne, Oakland or Macomb counties and attend or will attend Wayne State University, any campus of the University of Michigan, or Catholic University Law School in Washington, D.C.. Not more than four nonrenewable awards of $2,000 are offered annually. Download the application from the Foundation Website.
Charter One (a part of the Citizens Financial Group) and UNCF has partnered to provide a special scholarship opportunity to WSU and WCCCD undergraduate students. The application deadline has been extended. Apply online by clicking the link above.
Other Wayne State Scholarship Sites
Many Wayne State University schools, colleges and departments have listings of external scholarships on their websites.