Published January 1986
by Reference Service Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||345|
Minority Financial Aid Directory is a variation on this theme, and a good one at that. In Berry's book, "awards" are broadly interpreted to include fellowships, grants, internships, loans, and scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate programs. Separate access to awards is provided for Asian Americans, African Americans, Hawaiians Authors: Jr. Berry, Lemuel. Get this from a library! Directory of financial aids for minorities, [Gail A Schlachter]. The first section of the directory provides 2, references and cross-references to financial aid programs designed primarily or exclusively for minorities. All areas of the sciences, social sciences and humanities are covered. The focus is on programs open to American citizens and tenable in the United States or abroad. Entries are grouped into six categories: scholarships, fellowships Author: Gail Ann Schlachter. Directory of Financial Aids for Minorities, Schlachter, Gail Ann This directory completely revises and updates the previous edition, and contains nearly 2, references to scholarships, fellowships, grants, loans, awards/prizes, and internships available only to ethnic minorities.
Minority students can find various scholarship and financial aid opportunities that are exclusive to their race or ethnicity. These offerings come from schools and universities as well as corporations and charitable organizations. For an even further look at funding opportunities, check out minority scholarships. Databases. Earning a college degree is a rewarding but expensive undertaking. To help meet costs associated with getting a degree, about 86% of students at four-year colleges and 79% of students at two-year colleges pursue minority medical scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study programs. Although minority students now outnumber white students in at K schools in the U.S., they are not equally. I I would like to share my own personal story as it pertains to financial aid like many Americans, I had to get financial aid and student loans in order to pay for my education. In my first semester, and each subsequent semester, I made the President’s List (a gpa) and was therefore granted the Presidential Scholarship of $1,/semester. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
Minority students have long been underrepresented at U.S. colleges and universities. There are many complex reasons for lower enrollment and graduation rates among minority students, not the least of which is financial hardship and lack of access to traditional educational support networks. Since the high fees and costly interest rates make private loans the riskiest form of financial aid on this list, they are not a viable form of financial aid for minority students from low-income backgrounds. Filing the FAFSA. The FAFSA is an important online application for . Other Opportunities for Minorities. To find more scholarships, you can visit the library’s reference office, consult a high school counselor, or go to the financial aid office at your college. Also, you can research various foundations, ethnicity-based organizations, or institutions related to your field of interest. Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber, Directory of Financial Aids for Minorities, , ISBN hardcover ($). pages. Gail A. Schlachter and R. David Weber, Financial Aid for the Disabled and Their Families, , ISBN 0 .