Outside Scholarships & Fellowships Search
What are Outside Scholarships? Scholarships provided by agencies, foundations, or other providers not affiliated with Grand Valley State University.
What are Fellowships? Funding opportunities for bright and talented students to pursue study, research, public or foreign service, at both the undergraduate and graduate level in the U.S. and abroad.
Some external scholarships and fellowships are nationally competitive award opportunities. Some of these awards do require institutional certification or endorsement by the university. The Frederik Meijer Office of Fellowships supports student scholars in pursuit of nationally competitive award opportunities through advising services and programming, they are located temporarily in 120 Niemeyer.
To begin searching for scholarships and fellowships use keyword and/or filters below.
**Grand Valley State University has made every attempt to confirm the accuracy of this scholarship database. However, we reserve the right to make changes and/or correct criteria stated for a scholarship. We also reserve the right to withdraw the availability of a scholarship should funding be cancelled or any other reason. Scholarship criteria may change with each entering fall class.
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Scholarship open to students residing in various Michigan counties.
Scholarship open to students diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
Scholarship open to students planning to pursue a career in law or public policy focused on disability advocacy.
Scholarship open to female residents of Jackson County, but may reside outside of the county at a state college or university for the school year. Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Fellowships for scholarly research and for language study in Turkey.
Scholarship for incoming and undergraduate students whose home residence is Jackson County.
Scholarships open to those who identify as a woman or as a minority. Requires a short written statement (200 words or less)
Scholarship open to graduates of a Kalamazoo County high school. Must be enrolled or enrolling full time in an accredited master's, Ph.D. or professional degree program.
The Burger King Scholars program assists employees, employees' spouses or domestic partners, employees' children and high school seniors.
Fellowship opportunity for graduating seniors to work as research assistants to the Carnegie endowment's senior associates.