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Over 55 May Scholarship Opportunities to Apply For

The scholarship search never really ends, even as the school year winds down! Take a look at these awards with May deadlines for all education levels.

The academic year may be winding down for students, but that doesn’t mean the scholarship search should. If you find yourself with some extra time on your hands, that’s the perfect opportunity to be looking and applying for awards! Whether you’re heading off to college someday, in the middle of your undergraduate studies, or gearing up for a graduate program, there are scholarships out there that you’re eligible for. You’re only doing your future finances a favor by winning awards now, so start applying using this list of scholarships that have deadlines coming up this month—including many that celebrate Asian American/Pacific Islander heritage.

Scholarships for middle and high school students

  • FMC Skaters Scholarship: High school seniors from New England who participate in ice skating, figure skating, or recreational skating at an FMC arena are eligible for this award. Applicants must write a 500-word essay on how skating has had an impact on their lives. Award: Amount not disclosed; Deadline: May 1 (must be postmarked by April 28)
  • OptimizeMyFirm Legal Marketing Scholarship: High school seniors with a 3.0 GPA who are planning to attend an accredited US institution in the fall are eligible for this scholarship, which is awarded to two students. Applicants must pretend they are a personal injury lawyer and create a YouTube video to try to capture the attention of prospective future clients. The winners are chosen based on whose videos receive the most votes. Awards: $500; Deadline: May 1
  • UMPS Care Charities All-Star College Scholarship: This is a great opportunity for incoming first-year college students (ages 21 or younger) who were adopted at age 13 or older, are interested in baseball, and plan to attend college in the fall. Applicants must answer four short essay questions and demonstrate financial need. In addition to the monetary award, the winner will be mentored throughout their college journey by an MLB umpire. The recipient must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA throughout college to renew the scholarship. Award: $5,000 per semester, renewable for up to four years; Deadline: May 1
  • Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program: This opportunity is open to high-performing seventh-grade students with demonstrated financial need. The program provides extensive support for five years, including academic and college advising, financial support starting in ninth grade, Cooke-sponsored summer programs, internships, and other enrichment opportunities. Multiple scholarships are awarded each year. Awards: Amounts not disclosed; Deadline: May 9
  • Cameron Impact Scholarship: Sponsored by the Bryan Cameron Education Foundation, this award is available for members of the Class of 2025 with a minimum 3.7 GPA who are US citizens and plan to make a significant impact on the world. This is not a need-based scholarship. Only 3,000 complete applications will be accepted. Award: Full tuition for four years; Deadline: May 22 (for early applications; regular deadline: September 5 or whenever 3,000 eligible applications are received)
  • CBSMF Scholarship: Sponsored by the Charles B. Staats Memorial Foundation, this scholarship is awarded to graduating high school seniors who are also swim coaches. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, at least two years of coaching experience, and proof of acceptance to a four-year college. Award: $3,000; Deadline: May 27
  • Anthem Scholarship: Inspired by Ayn Rand’s novel Anthem, this scholarship is open to students in grades eight through 12 worldwide, including international and homeschooled students. This non-fixed scholarship requires reading the novel and writing an essay about it. Cash prizes are awarded, and applicants can use the money as they wish. Awards: Up to $2,000; Deadline: May 31

Scholarships for high school and undergraduate students

  • Employment BOOST Academic Scholarship: This scholarship is open to US high school seniors as well as two- and four-year college students with a GPA of 3.6 or higher. Applicants may be pursuing any major, but one of two scholarships will be given to a student pursuing Business or STEM fields. An essay of 500–1,000 words is required. Awards: $1,000; Deadline: None; applications accepted year-round on a rolling basis
  • Agota M. Bardos Award: This scholarship is open to high school seniors and first-year college students who are first- or second-generation immigrants residing in the United States with a commitment to their community and visual arts or music. Four awards will be given to students based on a variety of academic and personal factors. Awards: $1,000; Deadline: May 1
  • DutchCrafters Amish Furniture Heritage Scholarship: This sponsor offers three scholarships to recognize outstanding undergraduates who “draw upon their cultural heritage to shape their vocational aspirations, add creative value to their future employers, and serve their communities.” Applicants must be US citizens or legal residents enrolled or accepted as full-time students at accredited four-year institutions in the US. A minimum 3.0 GPA, FAFSA application, and 750-word essay are also required. Award: $500; Deadline: May 1
  • California Restaurant Foundation Scholarship: Each year, the CRF awards dozens of scholarships to high school seniors and undergraduate students who are pursuing higher education in the restaurant, food service, and hospitality industries. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents as well as California residents, although students may use the scholarships at out-of-state schools. A certain number of industry-related work experience hours (either paid or voluntary) depending on grade level are also required. Awards: Up to $4,000; Deadline: May 1
  • John Fischetti Scholarship: Sponsored by the Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans, this scholarship is open to residents of Illinois who are 50% or more of Italian ancestry and have been accepted into or enrolled in an undergraduate degree program in Journalism or Media Communications. A 500-word essay, two recommendation letters, and any published writings (print or digital) are also required. Award: $2,000; Deadline: May 1
  • New York Ramblers Scholarship: Members of the LBGTQ+ community and their allies are eligible for this award. Applicants must also be student-athletes between the ages of 15–22 who are graduating high school this year and planning to enroll at a recognized US institution or already attending college. Five brief essays and two recommendation letters are required, and up to two scholarships are available. Awards: $2,500; Deadline: May 1
  • IEI Annual Scholarship Essay Contest: This scholarship from Ivey Engineering is offered to high school seniors who will be attending college in the fall as well as current undergraduate students. Applicants don’t need to be pursuing Engineering, but they must submit an essay of 800–1,000 words on one of three provided topics. Award: $1,000; Deadline: May 1
  • Charlotte Pride Scholarship: This scholarship is offered to high school seniors intending to enroll in college or current undergraduate students from the Charlotte Metro area with a 3.0 GPA who are members or allies of the LGBTQ+ community. Applicants must demonstrate service or a strong desire to serve this community as well as financial need. You must also be from one of the following counties in the Carolinas: Mecklenburg, York, Union, Gaston, Cabarrus, Iredell, Rowan, Cleveland, Lancaster, Lincoln, Stanly, Chester, Catawba, Chesterfield, Alexander, or Anson. Award: Up to $10,000; Deadline: May 5
  • Milton Fisher Scholarship for Innovation and Creativity: Offered to high school juniors and seniors as well as first-year college students, this scholarship is awarded to those who have solved an artistic, scientific, or technical problem in a new or unusual way or have found a solution to a problem faced by their school, community, or family. This four-year renewable scholarship is awarded to five to eight students from New York or Connecticut who are attending college anywhere in the country, plus students from anywhere in the country who are attending college in New York or Connecticut. Awards: Up to $20,000; Deadline: May 15
  • SeniorCare.com Aging Matters Scholarship: This scholarship is available for two- and four-year college undergraduates and enrolling high school seniors. Applicants must be currently caring for an aging loved one, work within the senior community, or aspire to work in a role that assists the elderly population. A 1,000-word essay on why aging matters is also required. Award: $1,500; Deadline: May 15
  • The Trotter Project ScholarshipsOffering three different scholarships, the Trotter Project is looking for high school seniors and current college students who are pursuing Food Science Agriculture, Culinary Arts or Baking/Pastry, and Hospitality Management programs with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Applicants can submit an optional video response on how they pursue excellence and what their long-term goals are in the culinary industry. Past recipients are eligible to reapply for consideration. Awards: Up to $10,000; Deadline: May 15
  • CIP Scholarship: Students ages 17 and older who are planning to start college within the next 12 months as well as current college students (both full- and part-time, in on-campus or online programs) may apply for this scholarship sponsored by College Is Power. Just fill out the application and explain your primary goal for attending college in 150 words or fewer Award: $1,000; Deadline: May 31

Scholarships for undergraduate students

  • Renaissance Scholars ProgramThis program awards high-achieving, low-income students who will be the first in their families to earn a bachelor’s degree. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be a current first-year or sophomore college student at a four-year school in Oregon or Illinois; a community college student planning to transfer in those states; or a current first-year or sophomore at one of three partner HBCUs (or planning to transfer to one). US citizenship is not required. Award: Up to $5,000 per academic year; Deadline: May 1 (and March 1)
  • War Veterans Scholarship: This merit-based scholarship is open to active duty or honorably discharged US military veterans who deployed abroad previously and are enrolled in full- or part-time undergraduate STEM programs as sophomores or juniors at four-year US colleges and universities. Distance learning and online programs are also eligible. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and submit two letters of recommendation from field-of-study professors. Awards: $2,500; Deadline: May 1
  • John Kitt Memorial Scholarship: This is a great opportunity for college sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are majoring in Food Science, Chemical Science, Biological Science, or related fields and have a demonstrated interest in confectionery technology (including but not limited to activities such as research projects, work experience, and formal study). To be eligible, applicants must attend an accredited four-year college or university in North America and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Award: $2,500; Deadline: May 15
  • Foundation for IT Education Scholarships: Current undergraduate students pursuing degrees in Computer Science, Information Technology, and related fields with a minimum 3.0 GPA should apply for these awards. Requirements vary for each scholarship program but mostly require applicants to be enrolled full-time, have completed one full semester of college, and be a US citizen or permanent resident. Awards: Amounts not disclosed; Deadline: May 31

Scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students

  • SBB Research Group STEM ScholarshipStudents enrolled in undergraduate and graduate STEM programs full-time at a college or university are eligible for this scholarship, including international students. Applicants must submit an essay of 500 words or fewer on their most significant STEM experiences and how they'll use STEM principles to improve the world. A total of 12 scholarships are available throughout the year, with one awarded each month. Awards: $2,500; Deadline: None; applications accepted year-round on a rolling basis
  • Colonel Kathleen Swacina Scholarship: This fund awards one female student who is a member of the US armed forces, is enrolled in an ROTC program, has been honorably discharged, or is a direct descendant of an honorably discharged veteran or AFCEA member. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents residing in or attending accredited institutions (including community colleges, undergraduate programs, and grad schools) in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, or Alabama. Undergrads must be at the sophomore or junior level. Full-time enrollment in a STEM program is also required. Award: $1,500 Deadline: May 1
  • Earl Warren Scholarship: Sponsored by the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund and named for the 14th Chief Justice of the United States, this scholarship recognizes rising law students with a commitment to racial justice. Applicants must be US citizens and either a college graduate, an undergraduate enrolled in their final year, or a first-year law student. Copies of LSAT or GRE scores are required along with other materials, but there are no minimum test score or GPA requirements. Awards: $15,000 per year for three years; Deadline: May 1
  • International Essential Tremor Foundation Scholarship: This scholarship is open to high school and GED graduates of any age who have been diagnosed with essential tremor, possess community service and/or leadership skills, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and are attending a licensed, accredited higher education institution. An essay of up to 500 words is required, and applicants may reapply with a new essay if they have previously won. Up to six awards will be distributed. Awards: $3,000; Deadline: May 1
  • Nurse Corps Scholarship Program: Nursing students who plan to work at a critical shortage facility should apply for this scholarship that covers tuition, fees, and other educational costs. Applicants must be US citizens (born or naturalized), nationals, or lawful permanent residents, with funding preference depending on financial need based on the FAFSA. The scholarship is awarded as a monthly stipend and is taxable. Awards: Amounts vary; Deadline: May 2
  • Leon Bradley Scholarship Program: Sponsored by the American Association of School Personnel Administrators, this program offers minority students pursuing degrees in Teaching or Educational Leadership a chance to win money for school. Applicants must be completing their final year of certification or endorsement requirements, including student teaching. Two scholarships are available. Awards: $3,500; Deadline: May 17
  • AIAS Foundation ScholarshipSponsored by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences Foundation, this award is for full-time undergraduate and graduate students or early professionals pursuing a career in any aspect of game development, including art, engineering, law, and more. Applicants must be 21 or older, have a minimum 3.3 GPA, and include a personal statement. Any major is eligible, and applicants do not need to be US citizens or permanent residents to apply. Award: Amount not disclosed; Deadline: May 31
  • Girls for Gaming Scholarship: Also sponsored by the AIAS Foundation, this scholarship is open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students as well as young professionals within their first two years of employment who are pursuing careers in any aspect of the business of game development, including but not limited to law, public relations/marketing, business management, and human resources. Applicants must submit a personal statement on how their studies will benefit the game industry while addressing their service, leadership, character, and financial need. Award: Amount not disclosed; Deadline: May 31
  • WomenIn Scholarship: Sponsored by the AIAS Foundation and Intel, this award is open to any student identifying as a woman who is also a full-time undergraduate, graduate student, or young professional pursuing a career in game development, including art, animation, programming, and engineering. Applicants must have a minimum 3.3 GPA and be 21 years or older. Award: Amount not disclosed; Deadline: May 31
  • NAAMLP Scholarship: Sponsored by the National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs, this scholarship is available for undergraduate and graduate students who intend to work as scientists, engineers, or technicians in the fields of mine reclamation, environmental sciences, or remediation. Awards are generally given to three undergraduates and one graduate student. Awards: $2,500; Deadline: May 31
  • Horticulture Research Institute Scholarships: The Horticulture Research Institute offers numerous scholarship opportunities for students in undergraduate or graduate Landscape or Horticulture programs. Application requirements vary by award but include state residency, GPA minimum, and area of study within the industry. Applicants must submit a statement of financial need, a personal essay, a résumé, transcripts, and two letters of recommendation. Awards: Amounts vary; Deadline: May 31
  • 1st Financial Bank Financial Goals ScholarshipThis monthly scholarship is open to US residents who are 18 or older and planning to enroll (or are currently enrolled) in a college degree program. Though it’s a random drawing, it does require applicants to submit a short essay of 500 words or fewer. Award: $2,000; Deadline: May 31 (last day of every month)

     

Scholarships for graduate students

  • Byron Hanke Fellowship: Master’s, doctoral, and law students seeking to implement projects related to the development, management, and governance of common interest communities and community associations should consider applying for this award. Sponsored by the Foundation for Community Association Research (FCAR), this opportunity is a research grant with a limited range of topics for the recipient’s study. Awards: Up to $5,000 over one year; Deadline: May 1
  • WOCN Foundation Scholarship Program: This scholarship is available for nurses seeking a master's, doctorate degree, or Nurse Practitioner certificate. Applicants must be accepted to a WOC Nursing Education Program accredited by the WOCN Society. Awards: Amounts not disclosed; Deadline: May 1 (and November 1)
  • Sheep Heritage Foundation Memorial Scholarship: This award offers financial assistance to a graduate student pursuing sheep-related studies that will support the advancement of the US sheep, lamb, and wool industries. Applicants must be United States citizens enrolled at graduate schools in the US and involved in sheep and/or wool research in areas such as animal science, agriculture economics, or veterinary medicine. Short responses about work experience and research projects as well as two reference letters are required. Award: $3,000; Deadline: May 31

Scholarships for (basically) everyone

  • CollegeXpress $10,000 Scholarship: Just create a free profile on CollegeXpress.com to enter this annual contest. Once you’ve completed registration, you’re officially entered. A winner is chosen at random every spring. Open to first-time undergraduate, transfer, and graduate students attending school in the fall, this scholarship must be used at one of CollegeXpress’s member schools. Award: $10,000; Deadline: May 1
  • Ascent Shining Stars Scholarship Giveaway: This scholarship will definitely appeal to today’s students. All you have to do is follow @AscentFunding on Instagram, like the scholarship post, leave a comment sharing your excitement for getting accepted to your top schools and what you’re looking forward to next school year (with #AscentSponsored), and complete the application form on their website. Applicants must be 14 years or older, a legal US resident (DACA students included), and enrolled in a full- or part-time degree or technical skills training program. Parents of these students are also eligible to apply. Award: $1,000; Deadline: May 1
  • Fall Favs: A Starbucks Stan Scholarship: Starbucks lovers of all ages should apply for this scholarship from Bold.org. Applicants must write an essay of 400–600 words about a fall-inspired drink from Starbucks that holds a special place in their hearts. This contest has rolling monthly application deadlines until August, and students who apply earlier will have a greater chance of winning. Award: $500; Deadline: May 1
  • NASRA Foundation ScholarshipStudents who are US citizens of Asian-Indian descent and attending an accredited undergraduate or graduate program in the fall can apply for this scholarship. Applicants must meet certain requirements for financial aid based on income, and up to 10 winners will be chosen. Awards: $2,500; Deadline: May 1
  • Ashoori Law Good Deeds Scholarship: This scholarship is open to admitted high school seniors as well as enrolled undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated an act of kindness for another person or have an ongoing history of doing good for others. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and submit an essay explaining their acts of kindness. Award: $1,000; Deadline: May 1
  • Faith Hope and Love Jesus Inc. Scholarship: Students who are childhood cancer and blood disorder survivors can write an essay on any topic for a chance to win one of two scholarships. High school students accepted to US institutions as well as current undergraduates and graduate students are eligible but must be US citizens. Awards: $500; Deadline: May 1
  • Walter J. Travis Memorial ScholarshipsThe Walter J. Travis Society offers five awards to high school seniors, undergraduates, and graduate students pursuing careers in landscape design/golf course architecture, golf course turf grass management/golf course superintendent, professional golf management, club professional, or sports journalism with a special interest in golf. Outstanding amateur golfers will also be given serious consideration based on their competitive records. Awards: $1,000; Deadline: May 15
  • Young Ambassador Scholarship in Memory of Christopher Nordquist: This scholarship is open to students residing in New York City, Long Island, and Lower Hudson Valley counties of Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, and Orange. Applicants must be under 25 years old and enrolled in a two- or four-year college, university, trade school, or technical school for the current year. An essay describing an educational or public service initiative in which the student participated that promoted eye, organ, and tissue donation is required. Award: $3,000; Deadline: May 15
  • The Eye-Bank for Sight Restoration STEM Scholarship: This is another opportunity for students who reside in New York City, Long Island, and the lower Hudson Valley. Applicants must be accepted to or enrolled in a STEM undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited two- or four-year college or university for the current academic year. A 1,000-word essay about a method in which STEM may help increase the number of eye, organ, and/or tissue donations is required. Award: $3,000; Deadline: May 15
  • Innovation in Education ScholarshipSponsored by LA Tutors, this monthly scholarship is open to high school, college, and graduate students who write an essay on an innovative project they’ve designed that makes a difference in the lives of others. Applicants must be US or Canadian citizens and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Award: $500; Deadline: May 20 (same date every month)
  • Make the World Better Scholarship: Sponsored by the Atlanta law firm Butler Kahn, this award is for students who want to do good in the world. Applicants must film a video no longer than 10 minutes explaining how they want to make the world a better place. Students must also be in good academic standing with at least a 2.0 GPA and currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate program anywhere in the world (community college students, high school seniors, and students who possess a GED are also eligible). Award: Up to $1,000; Deadline: May 24
  • #LiveLikeLyly Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship is open to Asian American high school students as well as students enrolled in full-time vocational, technical, two-year, four-year, or graduate degree programs in Fashion or Graphic Design. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrate leadership abilities through community service, extracurriculars, or other activities. Award: $1,000; Deadline: May 31
  • MyMozaic Scholarship: This monthly scholarship sweepstakes is open to US citizens who are 13 years and older. All you have to do is provide your email address to apply. Selection is based on the quality of your MyMozaic profile, including documents, photos, videos, and followers. Award: $1,000; Deadline: May 31 (last day of every month)
  • ScholarshipPoints $2,500 Monthly Scholarship: With multiple drawings held each month, your chances of receiving this award (and your odds of qualifying for additional scholarships) are increased by taking surveys, reading blogs, and other easy activities on ScholarshipPoints.com. Students of all levels are eligible but must create a free account and be at least 13 years old, a US citizen or legal permanent resident, and currently attending (or planning to attend) a college in the US. ScholarshipPoints also awards three monthly $1,000 scholarships, which equals 36 different scholarship opportunities available within one year for members. Award: $2,500; Deadline: May 31 (last day of every month)
  • $2,000 Sally Mae Scholarship Sweepstakes: Sallie Mae offers an easy scholarship contest that both students and parents can enter each month. It’s open to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, or any US territory who are age 17 or older at the time of entry. Award: $2,000; Deadline: May 31 (last day of every month)
  • There’s Space for Everyone Scholarship: Sponsored by Extra Space Storage, this scholarship asks applicants to write their commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, or social justice. Graduating high school seniors enrolling in college in the fall and current undergraduate and graduate students may apply. Eight scholarships are available, including three awarded to Extra Space Storage employees or their immediate family members. Awards: $3,000; Deadline: May 31
  • GlobalScholarships.com Scholarship for International Students: This new opportunity is open to any eligible prospective or current international student studying in a country they are not a citizen or permanent resident of this fall. Applicants may be pursuing any postsecondary degree program, including an associate degree, bachelor’s, master’s, PhD, or professional program like law and medicine. A 500–700-word essay is required, and three winners will be chosen. Awards: $1,000; Deadline: May 31
  • Association on American Indian Affairs Scholarships: In partnership with the American Indian College Fund, multiple scholarship programs are offered to Native American and Alaskan Native students in full-time associate, bachelor’s, and graduate programs as well as graduating high school seniors pursuing certificate or undergraduate programs at Tribal Colleges and Universities or accredited nonprofit schools in the US. Applicants must have a minimum 2.5 GPA and be directly recognized as a citizen member of their Tribe, which may be federally or non-federally recognized. Accepted applicants will receive free annual membership to the Association as well as ​opportunities for internships, fellowships, and other learning opportunities. Awards: Up to $3,000; Deadline: May 31
  • Lily Pabilona Emerging Entrepreneur Scholarship: Asian American and Pacific Islander high school seniors and undergraduate or graduate students who have a minimum 3.0 GPA, demonstrate leadership abilities, and are pursuing entrepreneurship should apply for this award. All majors are eligible, but applicants must be at least 25% Asian or Pacific Islander as well as US citizens or legal permanent residents. Awards: Up to $5,000; Deadline: May 31
  • Fifth Month Scholarship: What does the number five mean to you? Tell Unigo why it's important in 250 words or fewer to win this easy award. Applicants must be 14 years of age or older and legal US residents of one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia. Award: $1,500; Deadline: May 31
  • CollegeXpress Breakfast Battle Scholarship: Sign up for or log back in to CollegeXpress.com starting May 1 to enter our latest easy monthly scholarship contest. All you have to do is complete your free registration and pick a side: pancakes or waffles? Award: $1,500; Deadline: May 31

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