Homeless Scholarships

Below you'll find our exhaustive list of Homeless Scholarships. SchoolSoup.com is considered the authority on college/university scholarships and we have listed over $40 Billion in available scholarships. We take pride in having the most comprehensive free and up to date information available online. It is possible that your profile does not match the requirements to obtain a Homeless scholarship but our directory does provide you with some of the information you will need to get your application process started.

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Name Amount
2023/2024 College Scholarship $1,000
Sponsored: There is no GPA requirement and no essay to write!
Business Plan Scholarship For Students With Disabilities $1,000
Have you written a business plan for a competition, class, or to further your own entrepreneurial ventures? If so, we invite you to apply for the Business Plan Scholarship From Fit Small ...
Incight Scholarship $750
Incight Fellow Scholarship Program is a long-term commitment to students entering and attending college. Applicant must have a physical disability, including sight, hearing and learning ...
Pacific Bell Stepping Stone Scholarship $250
Open to continuing students or students transferring to a baccalaureate institution in the fall. For students who are without housing or who live in temporary or transitional housing. ...
Scholarship Grab - Mobile App Scholarships Varies
SCHOLARSHIP GRAB – Why not use your phone for something good, like winning scholarships? Introducing a fun new way to win scholarships to help pay for college. Turn your mobile device into ...
The Hand in Hand - Tucson Cares Scholarship Varies
The recipient must be considered a sophomore (completed 24 credits or more), in good academic standing with Pima Community College. Any age, race, or gender will be considered. The recipient ...
Valencia Foundation Homeless Scholarship varies
This scholarship is for homeless students.
Viola & George McLoughlin Gift Annuity varies
This scholarship is for a resident of Orange, Osceola or Seminole County who are non-traditional or disadvantaged students, especially those who might not qualify for other programs, such as ...