MOMENI FOUNDATION (IRANIAN AMERICANS)
Every year at least ten scholarships for amounts of $1000.00 are available to graduating high school students and full time college students (of all levels undergraduate, graduate and PhD ) of Iranian descent regardless of citizenship or country of residency.
Phone: (727) 433-2133
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF RAMALLAH PALESTINE (PALESTINIAN AND PALESTINIAN AMERICANS)
The Educational and Charitable Fund was established in 1916 to provide scholarships to Palestinian and Palestinian American students from low-income homes to acquire higher education. Financial aid is given in the form of: Direct grants to Charitable organizations; Scholarships awarded directly to students by Scholarship Committee; and Committee-awarded grants for books, papers and research on subjects dealing with Arabic culture. Scholarship applications are due no later than May 1st of each year. Applications are only accepted once a year at the AFRP Annual Ramallah Convention.
Phone: (734) 425-1600
JUSOOR (SYRIAN STUDENTS)
NGO made up of Syrian expatriates. Part of their mission is to help Syrian youth realize their potential through programs in the field of education. Their website includes a scholarship program that gives educational opportunities to Syrians all over the world not just the U.S.
EMERGENCY REFUGEE ASSISTANCE SCHOLARSHIP FUND (SYRIAN LARGELY, NOT EXCLUSIVELY)
The University of the People allocated funding for 500 refugees (predominantly from Syria), a one-of-a-kind opportunity to qualified students who are interested in earning an accredited American degree. Donated in-part by Foundation Hoffmann, this scholarship is available to all students around the world who identify as a refugee or asylum-seeker. Recipients of this scholarship will have up to ten Assessment Fees funded. Upon completion of the funds awarded, students may apply for another scholarship, and thus potentially cover the entire cost of a 2-year Associate or 4-year Bachelor’s degree.
HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND (HISPANIC)
Scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 are available for Hispanic students seeking 4-year or advanced degrees. The HSF Scholarship is designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a university degree. Scholarships are available, on a competitive basis, to: High school seniors, Undergraduate students (all years), Community college students transferring to four year universities, and Graduate Students.