The Korean Ancestry Grant

$10,000

April 01, 2020

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Korean Ancestry Grants is awarded to students of Asian ancestry with at least one Asian grandparent. There is a strong preference for applicants of Korean ancestry. The grant is for undergraduate study at a well-accredited college or university in the United States. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 57088
  • Washington, DC 20037
  • kag@dingwallfoundation.org

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Ulelemaikalani K  on 3/6/2020 10:53:46 PM

I am not a full Korean blood. I was wondering if I am still eligible. I am the 3rd generation of my family here in Hawaii. I am currently attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa and also the first among my siblings to attend college and hoping to complete within another two years. Both of my parents passed away and financial support has been a struggle for me as a student and as supporter to my younger siblings whom are not here with me.

Maria G  on 2/15/2020 7:30:31 PM

I am a Korean senior entering college this fall. I was adopted from Seoul South Korea when I was 4 months old. Do I qualify for this scholarship? Thank you!

Kyung R  on 11/12/2019 7:46:33 PM

I'm of Korean descent but I was adopted as a baby, do I qualify?

Karen C  on 12/7/2017 3:36:21 PM

Is the minimum GPA a 3.5 weighted or unweighted?

Md H  on 1/12/2016 1:15:59 PM

My all family members are pure Asian.

Cross P  on 1/4/2016 10:47:54 AM

I would love to apply for this one. Both of my parents are Asian.

rajaguru n  on 6/27/2015 12:31:53 PM

iamproud of this scholarship ....we was attack by last civil war... and also we lossed all our property...now i have only one property thats my education.... thi scholarship project help to contineu our study..thanks a lot

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