Number of Awards: 6
Amount: $3,000 each
The 2022 Application Cycle has closed.
The Featherstone HBCU College Scholarships at Morgan State University creates opportunities for high-performing students to tap much-needed funding so that attending a four-year, Historically Black College and University (HBCU) can be attainable.
In 2022, the Featherstone Foundation will award six Featherstone HBCU Scholarships ($3,000 each) to high academic achieving students.
This scholarship aims to eliminate financial barriers to higher education and provide underserved communities with access to additional funding. This special award encourages first-generation college students, from economically challenged backgrounds, to pursue higher education and help level the playing field for inner city students.
To help support the many talented students in Baltimore City, this scholarship helps promote matriculation and student retention for those attending or seeking admission to HBCUs. The 2021 Featherstone HBCU College Scholarship Award Winners at Morgan State University are:
- Bukola Daramola
- Kyler Da’Jha
- Uzoho Ijeoma
- Kesharra Meadows
- Angela Patterson
- Jesscarly Ramos-Acosta
- Francisco Molas Rodriguez
- Sherreece Rowe
In 2022, six students will receive $3,000 Featherstone HBCU scholarships ($3,000 each) at Morgan State University.
- Scholarships are open to students from underrepresented communities, first-generation college students, and/or those with economic challenges to higher education.
- SAT/ACT scores will be considered
- Cumulative 3.0 grade-point average (GPA)
- Scholarships are open to high school seniors who will start their first semester at Morgan State University, undergraduate students applying to transfer, as well as current MSU college freshman, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students.
- Three awards are open to all majors; Three awards are earmarked for students from the School of Global Journalism and Communication.
- Students should demonstrate involvement in extracurricular activities; and
- Complete essays outlining career goals and aspirations
- Must be enrolled during the 2022-2023 academic year
- Award winners are expected to attend an award ceremony
Across all of our scholarship programs, we will have awarded more than $230,000 in scholarships through 98 awards to provide equity in higher education for low-income students from 12 universities. To date, we’ve served participants from 29 countries who speak over 40 languages.