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ISF National Scholarships

$10,000

March 21, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Islamic Scholarship Fund (ISF) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) entity founded in 2009 whose mission is to address the under-representation of American Muslims in the fields and occupations that influence public opinion and make public policy. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are Muslim or an active member of the Muslim community, enrolled at an accredited university by August of the year the scholarship is offered, majoring in media, politics or another ISF supported major, maintain a 3.0 GPA, and be a junior or senior undergrad or graduate student. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Syed Amaan Quadri  on 10/7/2020 3:19:24 PM

I am currently a high school student in my senior year, looking to get scholarships because in future, I want to pursue my dream towards medical school InshaAllah. If I get this scholarship InshaAllah, I do not have to take loans for medical school, and it would also take some burden of my parents.

Afran Sheru  on 8/8/2020 9:01:32 AM

I am a muslim commerce graduate student from India. I want to pursue my higher education and for that I am in need of financial help to complete my higher education. I have all necessary qualification and professional experience to fulfill all requirements. If I qualify, please let me know. Thank you God bless !

Sherif Elsayed  on 7/23/2020 3:34:03 AM

I am Muslim from Egypt Studying Political Science and Economics at ASU. I hope to be awarded to scholarship to help bring change all over the middle east and bring back to a prosperous place I plan to dedicate my life to changing the world for better and I believe starting with the Muslim Countries is the best place to begin as they are my community and I have to give back to them.

Mitra Ferdowsi  on 6/11/2020 3:09:47 PM

I would like to apply for this scholarship as Iranian Moslem who need help to continue my education in Mental health Nurse practitioner.

Samer A  on 6/9/2020 2:58:59 PM

Salam, I am in college majoring in Civil Engineering which is my dream. However due to financial struggles I am working to pay off my tuition and it is making my studying very difficult with overnight shifts. My goal is to graduate some day and put my siblings in colleges so they can follow my path and take care of my mother inshallah.

Omar Harb  on 5/28/2020 8:39:38 PM

Salam and ahlan was sahlan. I am a Muslim Undergraduate student applying to medical school in 2022. I do live alone in the United States and am a full time employee and student :) I actually enjoy working and studying but it would definitely help my schoolwork to attain a scholarship inshallah.

Leeanne Z  on 3/18/2020 10:40:23 PM

Please consider this scholarship not just for Muslim Americans, but also for non-Muslim Americans who are studying the Middle East and its politics and culture.

Farida S  on 3/17/2020 3:27:46 PM

I am a muslim female, graduating with a degree in biomedical engineering from Rutgers University in May 2020. I will be attending Seton Hall Law School in the fall. I applied for this scholarship because I am in a great deal of undergraduate debt and would like to avoid applying for more loans to complete my graduate degree.

Nada S.  on 3/10/2020 9:05:36 PM

I am a muslim graduate student studying oriental medicine, acupuncture. I am in need of money to complete my education. I have big dreams to help those who are in need of medical attention especially in the poorer countries/cities who are struggling. I need financial help to pursue this goal. If I qualify, please let me know. Thank you God bless !

kalsoom k  on 1/7/2020 11:19:25 AM

AOA I am a muslium student in grade 12. I am from pakistan migrated to USA. I am looking forward to go to college due to finical support i need help.

Maltiti T  on 10/8/2018 2:00:01 AM

What is an ISF supported major

Sanbaj Ansari  on 8/19/2018 10:14:57 PM

I am a Muslim, from a developing country known as Nepal, which is in Asia. I want to pursue my higher education in liberal arts. I belong from a middle class family, and I am the first from my family to seek higher education in abroad, with scarcity of opportunities and many restrictions, I want to study in abroad, and I need this scholarship to afford it. So, am I eligible for this scholarship. And, if I am not, then please suggest me some others scholarship, where I can apply.

barrowjabbie12@hotmail.com  on 1/6/2018 1:14:33 PM

Asalamualaikum warahamatunllah wabarakatuhu My name is Abdoulie Barrow and a Gambian by nationality. I am interested to apply for this scholarship to further my education. I wish the best of your consideration in this request Thank you Asalamalaikum waramatullah wabarakatuhu

Janice D  on 11/9/2015 6:13:01 PM

I've applied for this scholarship because I am Muslim and a successful single parent that needs the financial assistance with obtaining a Masters degree in Education. My goal is to solidify my personal self so that I can give back to my community and to please Allah, Insha Allah.

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