Hosted at the U of Illinois, the Fellowship Finder is a graduate funding search tool.
EduMed lists scholarships (along with academic and career resources) for African American students. Many of the scholarships are specifically for healthcare-related fields.
Hosted by Hillel International, this database lists hundreds of scholarships for Jewish students.
Helps students find scholarships associated with specific colleges of interest. Especially useful for transfer students and high school students applying to college.
An extensive list of scholarships for Pre-Health and Medicine students.
Extensive resources, scholarship information, and scholarship opportunities for African American Students.
Onlinecolleges.net includes a well-organized listing of scholarships and financial aid resources specifically for minority students.
Scholarshipdb.net provides free information of hundreds of universities around the world. By a few search clicks, you can find information such as: scholarship, university ranking, courses, and other data. Your quest for the dream university is just a few clicks away.
GreenNote offers an innovative approach to funding a college education: using family, friends, and acquaintances to cobble together micro-loans that could add up to some truly substantial assistance. Opening an account requires that you establish a free PayPal account and pay a $20 yearly fee. While we do not generally advocate paying fees to get scholarships, if you build an attractive profile and carefully cultivate your personal contacts, this could be a good opportunity. The site is available to undocumented and international students, as well as to U.S. citizens.
National Student Exchange (NSE) offers exchange programs between Canada, the U.S., and U.S. territories that allow students to pay the tuition of their home institution while studying abroad.