QuestBridge National College Match

$200,000

September 29, 2021

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • Match Scholarship Recipients are granted early admission to one of QuestBridge's college partners with a full four-year scholarship, worth over $200,000. Applicants must be high school graduates planning to enroll in college in the fall of the year the scholarship is awarded and come from households earning less that $65,000/year for a family of four. The National College Match is open to all U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents OR students, regardless of citizenship, currently attending high school in the United States. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 115 Everett Ave
  • Palo Alto, CA 94301
  • questions@questbridge.org
  • tel: 650-331-3280
  • fax: 650-653-2516

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Aaliyah H  on 10/2/2020 10:54:41 AM

Hi my name is Aaliyah Harrell and I am a Freshman at Murphy High School in Mobile, AL and i graduate in 2024 and I will like to attend The University of Alabama. I will like this scholarship to be able to pay my whole way through college to become a OBGYN after I graduate from college and medical school.

Jamia.A  on 9/24/2020 6:10:02 PM

Hello my name is Jamia I am currently a junior at Nansemond river high school. My mother is a single mom. She will be helping me pay my way through college. I would be so grateful to receive this scholarship. I made honor roll all my way since primary school. While in school I try to give back to my community. As a military child I became really active with charity work for disabled veterans. This has inspired me so much I want to make helping people my profession. Thank you so much and consider me as a Candidate for this scholarship , please and thank you.

Jonathan Carpenter  on 9/23/2020 12:56:16 PM

I would love to graduate with no financial debt. My mom is a paraeducator and my dad died in a tragic farm accident. We are a family of three not four so I was not sure if I would even qualify for this scholarships.

Chloe w  on 9/15/2020 12:24:23 PM

I would be very honored to receive this scholarship. It would help me out immensely with my college loans and I would be eternally grateful for this scholarship. I hope that my application is throughly looked over and accepted.

Tamyra M  on 9/15/2020 11:04:35 AM

Hey, this is Tamyra Malone a High School Senior at Clements High School, i am applying for this scholarship so i can help my mom pay my way to college she is a single parent. I know this scholarship would be a very big help, but if i don't get the scholarship we will figure out a way to send me to college i will be the first one out of my parent Shelia Malone and the late Morris Malone to go to college so i would love to make my parent proud, my family, and god very proud.

Anahi A.  on 9/15/2020 10:17:49 AM

It would be amazing to win this scholarship! I could imagine how much this money will help me with my tutions and everything I need to pay for during my college/university years. I'm really praying and hoping to win this scholarship.

nicole s  on 9/14/2020 12:58:54 PM

This scholarship would save my family so much. they have to put 4 kids through college and I'm the first one to go. i don't want them spending so much on me

Bella P  on 9/10/2020 10:56:02 PM

This scholarship will be amazing to receive, it'll help alleviate some of my stress of needing money for college. I pray to get this scholarship.

DaJuan B  on 4/10/2013 8:37:13 PM

This scholarship is perfect!

Olivia K  on 3/4/2013 12:52:33 AM

I would love this scholarship!!!

christian g  on 9/12/2011 8:56:58 PM

this is great

matthew i  on 4/17/2011 7:50:40 PM

I made it as a finalist. Its worth it.

Zeinab M  on 4/28/2009 9:07:12 PM

For those of you who are qualified to enter this scholarship, go for it! This scholarship provides you with the wonderful opportunity of entering Ivy league schools without paying a dime. Though the application requires extensive work, take your time and write your heart out. I did this scholarship thinking that I wouldn't even become a finalist. I started my application about a few days before the deadline and ended up rushing and stressing out (the application is really, really long!). I pulled all-nighters, and freaked out many times when the website didn't work. However, in the end, it was all worth it. This is the only scholarship that I am proud to have won EVER!

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