The HBCU Connect Scholarship Basics
HBCUCONNECT.COM is proud to offer the 2013 HBCUCONNECT.COM Scholarship Program for HBCU students. The 2013 program makes available several $1,000.00 scholarships for up to 4 minority applicants who attend or plan to attend an HBCU college or university. The scholarship can be applied to tuition or books for the 2013 Winter or 2014 Spring semester.

HBCU CONNECT as an organization is the largest student and alumni organization of Historically Black College and University supporters in history. Founded in 1999, we have given away thousands in scholarship dollars to deserving college students. We are dedicated to keeping HBCU students and graduates connected with each other and with opportunities for advancement.

We raise and disburse scholarship funds from our non-profit arm "The HBCU Foundation, Inc." which is a certified 501c(3) organization.

Who's Eligible:
  1. Students enrolled or planning to enroll into any Historically Black College or University for Winter 2013 or Spring of 2014.
  2. All Graduating High School Seniors or Transfer students, and Current HBCU students must show proof of enrollment.
  3. Minorities - African American, Hispanic, Pacific Islanders, and Native American.
Instructions:
  • You, the applicant, are responsible for completing and submitting all information required.
  • Submit a word essay no more than 350 words answering the following questions:
    1. Who is your greatest role model and why?
  • Carefully review your entire essay before submitting it.
  • Notification throughout the application process will be by email.
  • Students who fail to use a valid active email address or who fail to check the email account regularly may eliminate themselves from consideration.
Next Deadline: October 1st, 2013.

Questions: Contact Us Online.

Essay Submission Form
First Name:
Last Name:
Email Address:
HBCU Attending:
Essay Submission:

Disbursement:
Scholarships are awarded to recipients for one academic year. The scholarship will cover up to $1000.00 of the student's tuition for the current academic year as posted by the financial aid office of the university or college. The scholarships are made through the designated school and are not transferable to other academic institutions. The funds are to be used for tuition only and may not be used for other costs on the recipient's bursar bill.

HBCUCONNECT.COM will review all online registrations and select final candidates on the basis of:
  • Eligibility
  • Quality of content
  • Resume
  • Objectives
  • Accomplishments
  • Financial Need


About Our Organization:

Share With Your Friends!

[an error occurred while processing this directive]