Outside Scholarship Opportunities
The resources below for non-GMercyU scholarships can help cover the cost of your education. Some private scholarships are based on majors, religion, ethnic background, and scholastic standing or financial need. Students who receive a private scholarship must provide a copy of the award letter to the Office of Financial Aid.
The University does not endorse, sponsor, or have any role in the administration of these private scholarship, and therefore disclaims any responsibility or liability for the information provided.
Association of Black Women in Higher Education, Inc. Scholarship
For those who wish to contribute to the field of higher education upon graduation, apply for this $350 scholarship by September 22, 2022 to help cover the cost of textbooks, reference books, or other education resources.
Use this resource to find matches from over 6,000 programs, totaling over $4 billion scholarship dollars yearly.
Discover Student Loans
Discover is giving away $60,000 in college scholarships in 2022. Undergraduate and graduate students (and their parents) can enter to win one of 12 monthly scholarships worth $5,000 each. There is no essay requirement, no lengthy application and no purchase or student loan necessary to enter.
Fastweb is a national scholarship database designed to simplify the scholarship search by helping students find millions of scholarships, grants, internships, and financial aid opportunities. Created in 1995, this free scholarship service is a trusted tool for parents, counselors, high school, and college students in the United States.
Jonathan Lax Scholarship
The Jonathan Lax Scholarship Committee awards $5,000 to $10,000 tuition scholarships for higher education to gay men who are from or studying in the Philadelphia region.
Deadline: November 1, 2022
LEAGUE Foundation Scholarships
The LEAGUE Foundation provides financial resources for America’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or Queer high school seniors entering their first year of institutions of higher learning. The scholarship application opens annually January 1 and closes April 15 with awards distributed in the summer of each year.
Scholly has helped students win more than $100 million dollars. Join today and start matching with scholarships in minutes.
The National Catholic College Admission Association Scholarship
The National CCAA Scholarship is offered annually to college-bound high school seniors attending one of the National CCAA member institutions in the fall.
National Federation of the Blind
The National Federation of the Blind believes in investing in the future by supporting the college education of deserving legally blind students.
Deadline: August 31, 2022
Nurse Corps Scholarship Program
Eligible nursing students can apply to the Nurse Corps Scholarship Program (Nurse Corps SP). If they accept you:
- They pay your tuition, fees, and other educational costs.
- You work at a Critical Shortage Facility (CSF) when you graduate.
PNC Student Lending Scholarship Sweepstakes
To be eligible, a student must meet the following requirements on the date of each sweepstakes drawing (November 30, spring semester; May 31, fall semester):
- Legal resident of the United States who is 18 years of age or older by the end of the standard academic year, defined as running from June of the current year through May of the following year.
- Verified to be an undergraduate and graduate college student enrolled at a PNC Solution LoanTM-eligible college or university during the term the scholarship is awarded. A list of eligible schools can be found here.
- Be able to provide documentation of eligibility if name is drawn.
From 2016-2021, Sallie Mae awarded $875,000 in Bridging the Dream Scholarships to outstanding high school students. See details for these $10,000 scholarships.
The Scholarship Page
Since 1995, The Scholarship Page has provided students, parents, teachers, and guidance counselors with information about scholarships for attending colleges or universities. Many people have been helped with their tuition, books, fees, and other costs associated with getting a higher education. Many programs offer money forbachelors, associates, masters, or PhD degrees.