In need of some random scholarships? Here are some unique and weird scholarships for college.

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Looking for scholarships for college students 2023!?

If you’re on the hunt for college funds, there are thousands of college scholarships available based on the state you live in, academics, athletics, college major, and other general criteria. BUT, did you know that there are also a bunch of unusual and weird scholarships out there?

We’ve rounded up some of the weirdest (and unique) college scholarships that make applying for money a LOT more fun (listed in order by the application deadline). Plus, many of them require minimal or NO writing!

Here are over 63 weird scholarships you can apply for in 2023:

1. Jeannette Rankin Fund Scholarship

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  • Deadline: February 17th, 2023
  • Award: Varies
  • Who Can Apply? Low-income women (income for one that makes under $23,500) 35 and older looking to continue their education.
  • Details & How to Apply: Jeannette Rankin Fund Scholarship

Inspired by the first female congresswoman, the Jeannette Rankin Fund provides an unrestricted amount of grants to women ages 35 and above who have a low income and want to better their lives by attending university.

2. Vegetarian Resource Group Scholarship

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  • Deadline: February 20th, 2023
  • Award: One award of $10,000 and two awards of $5,000
  • Who Can Apply? Graduating U.S. high school students who have promoted vegetarianism in their schools and/or communities
  • Details & How to Apply: Vegetarian Resource Group Scholarship

The Vegetarian Resource Group awards $20,000 annually to high school vegetarians or vegans. Applicants will be judged on compassion, courage, and a strong commitment to promoting a peaceful world through a vegetarian diet/lifestyle.

3. Courage to Grow Scholarship

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  • Deadline: February 28th, 2023 (end of every month)
  • Award: $500
  • Who Can Apply? All U.S. high school and college students with a 2.5 GPA
  • Details & How to Apply: Courage to Grow Scholarship

In 250 words or less, tell Courage to Grow why you deserve the scholarship. You’ll also need to fill out the application, and you can continuously apply every month.

4. “No Essay” College Scholarship

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  • Deadline: February 28th, 2023 (a new winner is selected monthly)
  • Award: $2,000 (one winner per month)
  • Who Can Apply? All high school and college students, as well as anyone looking to attend college or graduate school in the next year
  • Details & How to Apply: No Essay Scholarship

Don’t like to write? The $2,000 “No Essay” Scholarship is an easy scholarship as there is NO essay required! The scholarship can cover tuition, housing, books, or any education-related expenses. The monthly winner will be determined by random drawing and then contacted directly.

5. Sweet and Simple Scholarship

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This may not be a weird scholarship, but it’s definitely short and sweet. All you have to do is write 250 words about a meaningful gift you received – that’s it!

6. Scholarship for Aggressive Scholarship Applicants

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Love applying for scholarships? wants to award students who have shown persistence and courage in applying for ALL the free college money that is out there. All you have to do is apply for TONS of scholarships. Don’t worry. You don’t have to win them! You then send them copies of the submission receipts, along with a letter saying a bit about yourself. Include your plans in life and how you felt submitting all those applications. New winners are selected every two months.

It may not be a weird scholarship, but, hey, it’s persistent! is purposefully vague with its rules to give students who seek the most scholarships the best chance of winning, but if you have questions, you can contact them and ask away.

7. Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Sony Pictures Scholarship

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  • Deadline: Information coming in late February 2023.
  • Award: $4,000
  • Who Can Apply? Students pursuing a career in moving image archiving
  • Details & How to Apply: AMIA Sony Pictures Scholarship

In 1,000 words, explain your education, work experience, career goals, and interest in archiving moving images for a chance to win the grand prize.

8. American Board of Funeral Service Education Scholarship

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  • Deadline: March 1st or September 1st (annually)
  • Award: $1,500-$2,500 each (5+ winners every period – will vary on the number of applicants)
  • Who Can Apply? Undergraduate and Post Graduate students
  • Details & How to Apply: High School Senior College Scholarship

Dying to get into the funeral business? In hopes of garnering applicants into the field of funeral and mortuary sciences, the American Board of Funeral Service Education has put together a scholarship program for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Applicants must have completed at least one full semester of coursework focusing on funeral and mortuary sciences to be eligible.

9. Alzheimer’s Awareness College Scholarship

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If you have been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease, the Alzheimer’s Foundation has an amazing scholarship opportunity. It goes from various tenth-place winners getting $500 to one grand prize of $5,000. The foundation awards tons of entries, so it’s definitely worth looking into.

10. Tall Clubs International Scholarship

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  • Deadline: March 1st, 2023
  • Award: $1,000
  • Who Can Apply? Incoming freshmen who are at least 5’10 (female) and 6’2 (male)
  • Details & How to Apply: Tall Clubs International Scholarship

You can actually get a scholarship for being tall! Note that you have to request an application between the dates listed on the website, and further instructions will be supplied there.

11. Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship

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  • Deadline: March 2nd, 2023
  • Award: $10,000 plus a $1,000 prize for your school (one winner)
  • Who Can Apply? Must be 14 years or older at the time of entry and be enrolled in High School, College, University, or home school
  • Details & How to Apply: Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship

Have a knack for drawing? The Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship is designed to give high school and collegiate-level students the opportunity to design an original greeting card. All artwork must be original. It can include photography and graphic design. Non-winning greeting cards may still be selected for publishing. In this case, the artist will be compensated.

12. Doodle for Google Scholarship

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  • Deadline: March 7th, 2023
  • Award: $5,000 for finalists, $30,000 for grand prize
  • Who Can Apply? All students K-12 (including homeschool)
  • Details & How to Apply: Doodle for Google

Every year, Google chooses a theme and students are encouraged to draw a logo based on the entry. If you score the main prize, you’ll also get a $50,000 technology package for your school or a non-profit of the winner’s choice.

13. National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Scholarship

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This no-essay scholarship has been made possible with donors including Burger King and other restaurants. If you’re looking for a restaurant-related degree, make sure you set your timers for March 15th!

14. Gypsy Lore Society Young Scholars’ Prize

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Going Merry actually has a scholarship dedicated to the study of Gypsies and Travelers in Romani culture. You must write a paper between 30 and 40 double-spaced pages about Romani studies.

15. Duck Tape “Stuck at Prom” Scholarship

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  • Deadline: Be on the lookout in Spring 2023.
  • Awards: $10,000 for Best Dress (one winner) + $10,000 for Best Tux (one winner), plus 8 Tux and Dress runner-up prizes that include $500 cash scholarships and Duck Brand prize packs ($100 value each).
  • Who Can Apply? Students 14 years of age or older who attend a high school or home school association during the 2022 – 2023 calendar year.
  • Details & How to Apply: Duck Tape “Stuck at Prom” Scholarship

When it comes to out-of-the-box, weird scholarships, this one takes the cake! To be eligible for this scholarship, students just need to be enrolled in high school or a home association high school and create prom attire made entirely of duck tape!

Since not every student can go to prom, you don’t have to necessarily wear your creation to prom to participate. Creations will be judged on workmanship, originality, use of colors, accessories, and use of Duck Brand Duck tape.

16. Too Cool to Pay for School Scholarship

College Students

  • Deadline: March 31st, June 30thm September 30th, and December 31st (quarterly)
  • Award: $1,000
  • Who Can Apply? All high school and college students
  • Details & How to Apply: Too Cool to Pay for School Scholarship

Another no-essay, easy scholarship! All you have to do is fill out the application and hit submit. Plus, you can re-enter every quarter!

17. Superpower Scholarship

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  • Deadline: March 31st, 2023
  • Award: $2,500
  • Who Can Apply? Ages 14 and up
  • Details & How to Apply: Superpower Scholarship

Channel your inner hero and let the Superhero Scholarship know details about which superpower you’d want to have and how you would use your powers!

18. Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund

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  • Deadline: April 1st, 2023
  • Award: $15,000 (one winner every two months)
  • Who Can Apply? Current college students with financial need
  • Details & How to Apply: Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund

If you have a passion for activism and peace, the Davis-Putter Scholarship may be for you. You have to write a personal statement of 1,000 words about something you’re passionate about getting justice for.

19. Asparagus Club Scholarship

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  • Deadline: April 15th, 2023
  • Award: $2,000 (Up to five scholarships awarded annually, up to four semesters)
  • Who Can Apply? Full-time enrolled rising college freshman through postgraduate studies with a major in Business, Food Management, IT, or other with the intent to pursue a career in the independent grocery industry
  • Details & How to Apply: Asparagus Club Scholarship

Want to pursue an education in the grocery industry? Founded in 1909, the name Asparagus Club was selected for the group to symbolize the concept that one single tip of asparagus standing alone would fall. When tied together in a bunch, they could stand upright (we love a weird scholarship metaphor)!

Asparagus Club scholarships are awarded for up to four semesters, provided that the recipient continues to meet eligibility requirements. Scholarship winners will be notified in August.

20. National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) Scholarships

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  • Deadline: April 15th, 2023
  • Award: $1,000 – $15,000
  • Who Can Apply? Black nursing students who are part of the NBNA
  • Details & How to Apply: NBNA Scholarships

When you become a member of the NBNA, you have access to over 20 scholarships!

21. Ayn Rand Institute Essay Contests

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  • Deadline: April 27th, 2023 and November 6th, 2023
  • Award: Over 230 prizes, totaling more than $70,000
  • Who Can Apply? 8th-12th Grade Students and College Undergraduate & Graduate Students
  • Details & How to Apply: Ayn Rand Institute Essay Contests

Like reading thought-provoking books? Or just like to argue for and justify your point of view? There are several Ayn Rand Institute essay contests available that would be write for you! ✏️

12th Graders, College Undergraduates, and Graduate Students are eligible to enter the Atlas Shrugged writing contest (deadline November 6th). The first-place winner will be awarded $10,000 (one winner), 2nd place winners will each get $2,500 (three winners), the 3rd place winners will get $500 (five winners), finalists will get $100 (25 people), and the remaining semi-finalists will each get $25 (50 winners).

The Anthem writing contest is open for 8th – 12th-grade students (deadline April 27th). The first-place winner will get $2,000 (one winner), 2nd place winners will get $250 (three winners), 3rd place winners will get $100 (five winners), and the remaining finalists will each get $25 (50 winners).

11th and 12th Graders can enter The Fountainhead writing contest (deadline April 27th). The first-place winner will get $5,000 (one winner), 2nd place winners will each get $1,250 (three winners), the 3rd place winners will get $250 (five winners), finalists will get $100 (25 people), and the remaining semi-finalists will each get $25 (50 winners).

22. All About Education Scholarship

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For this scholarship, all you have to do is write how $3,000 would ease the stress of college tuition in 250 words or less.

23. Crossword Hobbyist Scholarship

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  • Deadline: May 1st, 2023
  • Award: $1,000 (one winner)
  • Who Can Apply? Current or incoming undergraduate students
  • Details & How to Apply: Crossword Hobbyist Scholarship

Do you enjoy puzzles? Why don’t you try creating your own? The Crossword Hobbyist will reward one lucky winner for creating and submitting one 15×15 newspaper-style crossword puzzle on With so many crossword puzzles in existence, you can easily find some inspiration!

24. Fifth Month Scholarship

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During the fifth month of the year, aka May, you can write in 250 words why the number 5 is so important. This may be a pretty weird scholarship, but it’ll get you $1,500 if your silly (or serious) entry is chosen!

25. Allied Health Scholarships


  • Deadline: June 1st, 2023 for the Fall 2023 semester & November 1st, 2023 for the Spring 2024 semester
  • Award: $1,000 for each semester entry
  • Who Can Apply? Ages 18 and up pursuing a degree in the allied health industry with a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Details & How to Apply: Allied Health Scholarships

Aspiring allied health professionals, aka those who study optometry, dentistry, nursing, medicine, clinical psychology, and pharmacy, can apply. Simply write an essay of 500-1,000 words regarding why you want to join the allied health industry.

26. Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Contest


For this impactful, not-so-weird scholarship, you’ll be following the prompt, “The Funny Thing About Climate Change”. You can use any means of the arts to complete this prompt, including art, music, creative writing, poetry, dance, multimedia, and film.

27. GoFoodservice Scholarship

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  • Deadline: June 15th, 2023
  • Award: $500
  • Who Can Apply? High school or current college students who study Culinary Arts or Hospitality Management
  • Details & How to Apply: GoFoodservice Scholarship

All you have to do is write 500 words about why you became interested in seeking a Culinary or Hospitality career.

28. Boom & Bucket’s Scholarship

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  • Deadline: June 15th, 2023
  • Award: $1,000
  • Who Can Apply? Students pursuing a heavy machinery-themed program who are already enrolled in school or plan to in the next 12 months.
  • Details & How to Apply: Boom & Bucket’s Scholarship

To enter this scholarship, students who study, or plan to study, heavy machinery-themed program have the choice of either writing a 500-word essay or filming a 2-minute video about who they are and what makes them intrigued about their field of study.

29. SmarterCollege Scholarship

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  • Deadline: June 30th, 2023
  • Award: $2,500
  • Who Can Apply? High school seniors 17+, college students, and college graduates paying back loans.
  • Details & How to Apply: SmarterCollege Scholarship

This may be the easiest scholarship to apply for. There’s not even an essay!

30. BMTX Annual Financial Empowerment Scholarship

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It’s never too late to complete your education, and this scholarship is perfect for anyone looking to attend college above high school age. On top of the essay and references, you’ll need to submit a creative video.

If you’ve already grasped the role finances play in your life, you’re one step ahead of applying for this scholarship. You’ll need to fill out the electronic application and record a 30-60-second video explaining how important financial empowerment is to your future. You’ll also need to provide an unofficial transcript and proof of enrollment/acceptance. Winners are announced in August.

31. Apex Hosting Minecraft Scholarship

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  • Deadline: July 31, 2023
  • Award: $2,000 (one winner)
  • Who Can Apply? College and high school students who are US citizens with a 3.0 or higher GPA
  • Details & How to Apply: Apex Hosting Minecraft Scholarship

Minecraft fans can actually win a scholarship for their love of the extremely popular video game! All you have to do is write an essay that’s at least 500 words detailing how Minecraft has a positive influence on education and career development.

32. Flavor of the Month Scholarship

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  • Deadline: July 31st, 2023
  • Award: $1,500
  • Who Can Apply? Ages 14 and up
  • Details & How to Apply: Flavor of the Month

Although this is kind of a weird scholarship, we couldn’t be happier it exists. All you have to do is answer the question, “Which ice cream flavor are you and why?”

33. Calvin L. Carrithers Aviation Scholarship

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  • Deadline: August 15th, 2023
  • Award: $1,000
  • Who Can Apply? Aviation students who blog on a weekly basis about school, flight training, and interest in flights
  • Details & How to Apply: Calvin L. Carrithers Aviation Scholarship

Future pilots, you have to apply for this Calvin L. Carrithers Aviation Scholarship! You’ll need to blog your progress weekly, which is actually a great way to document your school experience!

34. Children’s Hemiplegia and Stroke Association (CHASA) Scholarship

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Those who have had a stroke can apply for this incredible scholarship. You must submit a physician’s statement and an essay about your goals for the future.

35. Clubs of America Scholarship

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  • Deadline: August 31st, 2023
  • Award: $1,000
  • Who Can Apply? Undergrads with at least a 3.0 GPA
  • Details & How to Apply: Clubs of America Scholarship

Write about your career aspirations in at least 600 words. Although it’s optional, you can also submit a YouTube video!

36. AFSA 2nd Chance College Scholarship

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Fill out some basic information and answer a short, eight-question multiple-choice quiz about fire sprinkler safety. Winner selection is NOT based on financial need, GPA, or demographic criteria. Scholarship winners are randomly selected by a computer-generated drawing from among valid entries received.

37. Shout It Out Scholarship

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  • Deadline: September 30th, 2023
  • Award: $1,500
  • Who Can Apply? Ages 14 and up
  • Details & How to Apply: Shout it Out Scholarship

In 250 words or less, what’s one thing you feel like shouting to the world? If you didn’t think you could get college funds by doing something as simple as this, we’re glad to have found the right awesome yet weird scholarship for you!

38. Digital Responsibility Don’t Text and Drive Scholarship

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Take the pledge to never text and drive and explain why in 140 characters. If selected, you’ll have to write an essay, and you may be selected for the scholarship.

39. Association For Iron & Steel Technology (AIST) Steel Premier Intern Scholarship

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  • Deadline: October 2nd, 2023
  • Award: $7,500 and a paid internship
  • Who Can Apply? Udergrad and grad students in North America majoring in engineering, engineering technology, computer science, data science, safety or industrial hygiene with at least a 2.5 GPA
  • Details & How to Apply: AIST Foundation Steel Scholarship

If you have a strong interest in the iron and steel industry, AIST is offering both a scholarship and a paid internship! This way, you’ll bulk up your resume while saving money for college.

40. Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship

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Believe it or not, binging those zombie movies and shows is about to pay off! In 250 words or less, you have to answer the prompt of what you would do if your campus, including all your friends and the staff, have been taken over by a zombie apocalypse and what you would do to survive.

41. Francis Ouimet Scholarship

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  • Deadline: December 1st, 2023
  • Award: $1,500 – $15,000
  • Who Can Apply? Senior high school or college students who have worked in Massachusetts golf courses for 2+ years
  • Details & How to Apply: Francis Ouimet Scholarship

If you’ve worked 2+ years in a Massachusetts golf course, you’re eligible for this Francis Ouimet Scholarship. Applications are now open for the 2023 – 2024 school year, and the amount you’re rewarded varies.

42. “I Have a Dream” Scholarship

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Whether you have a dream goal or a strange dream last week, you can be rewarded for that! The I Have a Dream Scholarship will reward you for any dream you have. In 250 words or less, just answer the prompt, “We want to know… what do you dream about? Whether it’s some bizarre dream you had last week, or your hopes for the future, share your dreams with us for a chance to win $1,500 for college.”

43. Alice W. Rooke Scholarship

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  • Deadline: Varies, but email for specific information.
  • Award: One-time $5,000
  • Who Can Apply? Pre-med graduates studying to become a doctor
  • Details & How to Apply: Alice W. Rooke Scholarship

This scholarship is for those who have already graduated as pre-med students and are attending or have been accepted to an accredited medical or osteopathic school, college, or university. also has a variety of other scholarships for those in the medical field to check out.

44. Imagine America Foundation Scholarship for Adults

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If you put college on hold or couldn’t immediately attend, this scholarship is here to help. Imagine America also provides scholarships for high school students, military members, and those interested in trade school.

45. ABPA Harrington-Arthur Scholarship Essay Competition

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Answer a prompt in 700-1,200 words regarding the importance of safe drinking water. Note that the prompt may vary slightly by next year.

46. CME Beef Industry Scholarship

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  • Deadline: Closed for now, but likely opens October 1st.
  • Award: 10 scholarships of $1,500 each
  • Who Can Apply? Undergraduates pursuing a career in the beef industry (can study education, communications, production, research, or any other area involved with the beef industry)
  • Details & How to Apply: CME Beef Industry Scholarship

If you’re looking to join the beef industry, the CME Beef Industry is looking to help you achieve your education. You’ll need to write an essay, a letter of intent, and two letters of recommendation.

47. Worthy Women’s Scholarship

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  • Deadline: CLOSED. Sorry, gang! Be on the lookout in late February – early March.
  • Award: $1,000 – $2,500
  • Who Can Apply? Women students ages 30 and older
  • Details & How to Apply: Worthy Women’s Scholarship

With this scholarship, you’ll choose one of three prompts about a dream, guidance, or culture and write about it in 300 – 500 words.

48. The Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) Scholarship

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It’s never too late to complete your education, and this scholarship is perfect for anyone looking to attend college above high school age. On top of the essay and references, you’ll need to have a clearly defined career goal and objective, which isn’t too hard if you’re eager about what you’re studying! You’ll need to answer two essay questions with two references.

49. CVS Health Minority Scholarship for Pharmacy Students

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  • Deadline: CLOSED. Sorry, gang! Check back in Spring 2023.
  • Award: $8,000
  • Who Can Apply? US residents who are minorities (Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and/or Pacific Islanders) enrolled in a pharmacy program with at least a 3.0 GPA
  • Details & How to Apply: CVS Health Minority Scholarship for Pharmacy Students

The CVS Health Minority Scholarship awards various students of color $8,000 to complete their pharmacy studies. Make sure you qualify with the requirements and submit any necessary transcripts and recommendation letters.

50. Tylenol Future Care Scholarship

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  • Deadline: CLOSED. Sorry, gang! Try again in May 2023.
  • Award: $5,000 – $10,000
  • Who Can Apply? Students pursuing a healthcare-related career
  • Details & How to Apply: Tylenol Future Care Scholarship

For over 30 years, the Tylenol Future Care Scholarship has been helping future healthcare workers jump-start their careers. Ten students will be chosen for $10K and 25 will be selected for $5K.

51. National Potato Council Scholarship

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  • Deadline: CLOSED. Sorry, gang! Check back in June 2023.
  • Award: $10,000 (one winner)
  • Who Can Apply? Graduate students conducting research for the benefit of the potato industry
  • Details & How to Apply: National Potato Council Scholarship

Interested in conducting research on potatoes? The National Potato Council provides annual funding to graduate research students who exhibit both leadership qualities and overall academic prowess.

The winner is selected based on a number of criteria, including academic achievement, leadership abilities, potato-related areas of graduate study, and more. Awards are typically dispersed in August of each year and are applicable to both fall and spring semesters.

This also made‘s roundup of the weirdest scholarships!

52. James Allen Cox Foundation Student Photojournalists Scholarship

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If you’re studying photojournalism, this scholarship is for you. One graduate student will be awarded the scholarship money for video work, and four undergraduate college students will be awarded scholarship money for video work and one for still photography.

If high school students want to put their photography to the test, five high school students will be given a Digital SLR Camera for a still photography entry. Note that high school students will not get any monetary rewards.

53. Make Me Laugh Scholarship

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  • Deadline: CLOSED. Sorry, gang! Be on the lookout in the summer.
  • Award: $1,500
  • Who Can Apply? Ages 14 and up
  • Details & How to Apply: Make Me Laugh Scholarship

Not a weird scholarship but a hysterical one! Make these judges laugh in 250 words with a story that can be real or completely made up!

54. Craft Research Fund Artist Fellowship

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Artists who want to continue studying craft practice and research should apply for the Craft Research Fund Artist Fellowship. It costs $15 to apply, and it has made a huge difference in many artists’ careers!

55. Ludo Frevel Crystallography Scholarship

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  • Deadline: CLOSED. Sorry, gang! Be on the lookout in August.
  • Award: $2,500
  • Who Can Apply? Graduate students studying crystallography-related fields during 2023
  • Details & How to Apply: Ludo Frevel Crystallography Scholarship

Calling all aspiring crystallographers who study crystals, metals, and more! You must apply to this Ludo Frevel Crystallography Scholarship if you’re in a graduate program.

56. American Quarter Horse Foundation

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  • Deadline: CLOSED, but opens September 1st, 2023
  • Award: Up to $75,000
  • Who Can Apply? Those studying Equine Welfare, Genomics, Infectious Diseases, Microbiome of the Horse, or nutrition.
  • Details & How to Apply: American Quarter Horse Foundation

We heard about this scholarship on Lend EDU. Official directions will be added once the application is open, but it’s a one-year grant. The amount awarded varies on what you’re studying.

57. Getting Real About Distracted Driving Scholarship

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  • Deadline: CLOSED. Sorry, gang! Be on the lookout for a deadline like on December 31st, 2023.
  • Award: $1,500
  • Who Can Apply? Students attending, planning to attend, or continuing a program at a university
  • Details & How to Apply: Getting Real About Distracted Driving Scholarship

Take the pledge to not text and drive and create an ad to encourage others to do the same! Your advertisement should emphasize the dangers of distracted driving.

58. The Boren Awards Fellowship and Scholarship

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  • Deadline: CLOSED. Sorry, gang! Be on the lookout next winter.
  • Award: Up to $25,000
  • Who Can Apply? U.S. graduate and undergraduate students, respectively, who are studying languages that are uncommon to learn in the US.
  • Details & How to Apply: The Boren Awards Fellowship and Scholarship

If you’re looking to study a language, studying abroad is the perfect opportunity. The Boren Awards has both a fellowship and scholarship where they will award money to students, preferably those willing to be abroad for 25 weeks.

59. Arizona Business and Professional Women’s Foundation Scholarship

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This scholarship allows Arizona women to return to community college to complete their goals. Recipients are required to attend one Arizona BPW Foundation per year.

60. Tallo’s College Scholarships

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Tallo has a series of scholarships you can gain access to when you make an account. They’ve matched $20 billion in scholarship money which has covered tuition, books, room and board, and more. Don’t miss out on any of their opportunities!

61. Cappex Easy Money Scholarship

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Cappex is a platform where students can find colleges that are the right fit, connect them, and supply scholarships that will help them make this a reality. It’s all the tools you need in one convenient place!

62. Adobe Creative Scholarships

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Adobe Creative actually offers nine scholarships and fellowships (yes, 9!) to support the dreams of all ages and backgrounds. Check out their website to see which one is for you, and a few are already open!

63. PSAT National Merit Scholarship

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Many people write off the practice SATs every high school student takes as merely practice, but you could be rewarded for a good score! Students in their junior year are eligible to receive the National Merit Scholarship based on their scores on the PSAT. To learn more and how to be eligible, check out their website.

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