Child of Single Parent Scholarships

Raising a child on their own can be a challenge, especially because single-parent households tend to have significantly lower incomes. It can be difficult to cover the cost of basic needs, let alone save for a college education. Fortunately, there are a number of scholarships available to help children from single-parent homes to attend college. These awards can make obtaining a title more affordable for children who might not otherwise be able to afford it.

Child of Single Parent Scholarships

Child of Single Parent Scholarships

Child of Single Parent Scholarships

Raise the Nation Foundation Child’s Scholarship for a single mother
The Raise the Nation Foundation sponsors several scholarships and grants for single women and their children.

The single mother scholarship is available for dependent children of single women who do not qualify for other types of financial assistance because of their dependent status.

To submit the application, you must be under 24 and your mother must claim you as a dependent on federal and state tax returns. Scholarships in varying amounts are available to students who are enrolled or who plan to enroll in an accredited post-secondary education program.

Raise The Nation
POST. Box 8058
Albuquerque, NM 87198
505-265-1201
raisethenation.org

Crane Fund for Scholarships for Children and Widows

If you are a student who attends Indiana University and is the son of a single parent who is a widow, you may be eligible for a grant from the Crane Fund for widows and children. To apply for a scholarship, you must be enrolled in the School of Applied Health Sciences of the university, either at the undergraduate or graduate level. In addition to being the son of a widow, you must be able to demonstrate the financial need to be considered for a prize. The minimum scholarship available is $ 750 and prizes may vary based on individual circumstances and available funds.

University of Indiana
School of health, physical education and recreation
1025 E. 7th Street, HPER 115
Bloomington, IN 47405
812-855-1561
hper.indiana.edu

Carolina Covenant Scholarship

If you are a student of a single-parent home enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Carolina Covenant Scholarship program can potentially meet 100% of your financial need to pay for college. To qualify for a Carolina Covenant award, you must be considered dependent, enrolled full-time and take your first university degree. Your family’s adjusted gross income must be at or below the limits set by the university for financial need based on family size. The program covers education costs for up to four years of study and, in addition, some students will also qualify for a college scholarship that allows them to buy a laptop.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Scholarships and Student Aid Office
111 Pettigrew Hall
Campus Box 2300
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
919-962-8396
unc.edu

American Legion Legacy Scholarship

If you are the child of a single parent who lost a spouse as a result of active duty military service, you may be eligible for an American Legion Legacy Scholarship. To apply, you must be a dependent child of a surviving parent and be a graduate of the current or recent upper secondary school. The award is eligible only for those children whose parents died during active duty on or after September 11, 2001. Scholarships are available in varying amounts for undergraduate study at an accredited college or university in the US. UU

The American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund
POST. Table 1055
Indianapolis, IN 46206
317-630-1212
legion.org

  • Child of Single Parent Scholarships and¬†Spaoa Child Single Parent Woman Scholarship.
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