Individuals are eligible for scholarships if they will be pursuing post-secondary or undergraduate education in an accredited institution or program during the coming school year, are LGBTQI or have an LGBTQI parent, and have been a resident for at least one year in the State of Oregon or in Clark, Cowlitz, Skamania, or Wahkiakum Counties in Washington.
Deadline: April 1, 2024
about Audria M. Edwards Scholarship Fund
60+ scholarships. 1 application.
While most Pride Foundation Scholarships are open to all students, we also host a number of scholarship funds that have specific criteria, based on students’ majors, backgrounds, where they live, and more. For those scholarships, we will prioritize students who both meet the specific fund criteria and also the broader programmatic priorities.
**Limited to students who currently live, have recently lived, or study in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and/or Washington.
about DATABASE Pride Foundation Scholarships
George Washington University (GWU) LGBT Health Policy and Practice - Our department is able to award several partial tuition awards each year to exceptional applicants.
*For Graduate Certificate in LGBT Health Policy and Practice
The SMYAL LGBT Youth Leadership Awards are individual post-secondary education scholarships of up to $5,000 for Washington, DC Metro Area youth who have demonstrated leadership in their school or community.
**DC metro area
about SMYAL LGBT Youth Leadership Award
The Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center (GIESORC) partners with the Washington State University Scholarship Office to award scholarships to students who are active in, and in support of GIESORC programs, mission, and vision for creating a more inclusive and supportive campus climate for GLBTA student leaders.
**Deadline likely in March
about WSU Dlugosh-McKee GIESORC Scholarship