2020 Philadelphia Scholarships
Philadelphia residents deal with the same financial burden of college education as the rest of the United States. The median household income for Philadelphia residents is $40,649.00, and 17.0% of households earn at least $100,000 annually. We compiled this scholarship database to help residents of Philadelphia, PA more easily afford a college education. The scholarship search tool lets you easily browse all types of scholarships by location, type and school.
27.0% of Philadelphia residents have a college degree or higher, while 33.8% have a high school degree but no more and 16.7% have less than a high school education. Furthermore, 22.4% have at least some college education, 15.8% have a bachelor’s degree but no higher, and 11.2% have a graduate degree. It’s clear that a significant percentage of Philadelphia residents aspire to higher education outcomes, but it’s likely that finances get in the way.
Currently, 12.2% of people living in Philadelphia, PA are between the ages of 10 to 19, and another 18.1% are in their twenties. This age demographic is poised to take advantage of the below scholarships in Philadelphia.
How much total award money and scholarships are available for Philadelphia, PA residents?
There are 279 scholarships totaling $738,996.00 available to Philadelphia residents.
Are these scholarships available for Philadelphia high school students?
Yes, all high school students in Philadelphia can apply to these scholarships.
Are these scholarships available for current college students in Philadelphia?
Yes, all current college students and undergraduates in Philadelphia can apply to these scholarships. Other types of applicants include nursing students, teachers, working moms, etc.
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$10,000 Be Bold Scholarship
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$1,000 Easy Money Scholarship
We love this scholarship because the name doesn't lie - it's easy money. Many scholarship applications make you jump through hoops and require tons of essays and questionnaires. This scholarship application could not be more simple and straightforward.
Joseph Collins Foundation Scholarship
Applicant must obtain application from the medical school authorities, complete it and return it to them for forwarding to the Foundation. Selection is based upon financial need, scholastic record and standing, demonstrated interest in arts and letters or other cultural pursuits outside the field of medicine, intention to specialize in neurology,...Learn More
Beau Mitchell Memorial Scholarship
Applicant should preferably be a non-resident student who is a former member of the Boy Scouts of America with strong moral character and an orientation toward the outdoors. Financial need required.Learn More
Tuition Exemption Scholarship for Nonresidents
Applicant must be a resident of a state other than Louisiana, have high standardized test scores, and an excellent academic record, especially in English and math.Learn More
Horace B. Packer Foundation Scholarship
Applicant must rank in the top fifth of class and have a minimum combined SAT Reasoning score of 1200. Applicant must demonstrate participation in scholastic and community organizations and demonstrate leadership potential.Learn More
Applicant must be an out-of=state first-time freshman student with a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA and minimum composite ACT score between 30 and 31 (combined SAT Reasoning score between 1330 and 1390).Learn More
Non-Resident Academic Full Tuition Scholarship
Applicant must be a nonresident of Utah. Selection is based upon GPA, test scores, leadership, activities, and accomplishments.Learn More