Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant

The Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant is a federal grant. It is for those whose parent or guardian died as a result of military service in Iraq or Afghanistan post 9/11. To apply, one must have been younger than 24 years old or enrolled at least part-time at a college or career school at the time of the parent’s or guardian’s death.

Korean Ancestry Grant

Set up by Dr. William Orr Dingwall with the purpose of supporting students in their pursuit of undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in a variety of fields, the foundation oversees the distribution of the Korean Ancestry Grants to students of Korean ancestry (and a limited number of exceptional students of other Asian ancestry) pursuing undergraduate degrees at accredited universities in the United States.

Women Divers Hall of Fame Scholarship and Training Grants

The members of Women Divers Hall of Fame (WDHOF) are an elite group that includes the most notable women leaders and innovators in the diving community. To celebrate the Women Divers Hall of Fame 20th Anniversary, they will award 20 training grants for open water dive training. These grants are open to any and all women of any age, from anywhere in the world, who want to learn how to dive. If you are already […]

Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG, SMART Grants)

Academic Competitiveness Grants (ACG) are need-based grant programs to complement the Federal Pell Grant Program. They are awards for first- and second-year undergraduates who completed a rigorous high school curriculum. To receive an ACG, a first-year student must have completed secondary school after Jan. 1, 2006; and not have been enrolled in an ACG-eligible program while at or below the age of compulsory school attendance. This applies unless the ACG-eligible classes were also part of […]

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)

An FSEOG Grant is a type of needs-based federal aid but works differently from the Pell Grant. FSEOG funds issued from the government go to schools that take part in the program. No more FSEOG awards can be made for a year once the school uses all the funds. Eligible students receive their grant money once per term. The school may issue credit to the student’s account and/or pay them directly.