Scholarships and grants are a great way to pay for college, because unlike loans, they do not have to be paid back. There are many different types of scholarships and grants that are available. Some of these programs give special consideration to minority students who are interested in attending business school. Here is a list of the top minority scholarship and grant resources.
The consortium offers merit-based MBA fellowships to African American, Hispanic American, and Native American candidates who are interested in attending business school in the US.
The Diversity Pipeline Alliance is an alliance of organizations dedicated to recruiting talented minority students who are interested in business and management education.
The Thurgood Marshall Fund provides merit-based scholarships to students who are committed to education and learning despite adverse situations.
The United Negro College Fund is one of the oldest African American education assistance organizations and is dedicated to assisting students in need.
The Jackie Robinson Foundation has built a program that administers funds to impoverished youth and minorities based upon financial need.