Alabama Scholarships

Scholarships for students Alabama. Some scholarships specifically open to Alabama students, and others give preference to students in Alabama.

Gorgas Scholarship Competition
Sponsor: Alabama Junior Academy of Science
Amount: Varies
Closing Date: December 31, 2022
Description: Scholarship is open to Alabama high school students. Applicant must submit a scientific paper describing their original research or project.

Alabama “Don’t Wait to Reach Your Potential” Scholarship
Sponsor: Potential Magazine
Amount: $500
Closing Date: January 6, 2023
Description: Scholarship is open to college-bound teens in 9th-12th grades Alabama. Students need to sign up for Potential Magazine’s free weekly eNewsletter and they will automatically be entered to win the scholarship.

Smith Scholarship
Sponsor: Smith Family Foundation
Amount: Varies
Closing Date: January 13, 2023
Description: Scholarship is open to high school seniors at an Alabama high school and planning to attend an Alabama four-year college in the fall.

Princeton Prize in Race Relations
Sponsor: Alumni Association of Princeton
Amount: $1,000
Closing Date: January 31, 2023
Description: Award is for students currently enrolled in ninth through twelfth grades in a participating region (Alabama, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Connecticut, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Nashville, New Jersey, NYC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Rochester, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St Louis, or Washington, DC) who have been actively involved in a volunteer activity that has had a significant, positive impact on race relations in their school or community.

Opportunity Scholarship for Locked-Out Dreamers
Sponsor: TheDream.US
Amount: Up to $80,000 over four years
Closing Date: February 28, 2023
Description: Scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors and high school graduates who live in targeted, locked-out states that do not offer in-state tuition to DREAMers, or bars them from attending state colleges and universities all together.

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