SOS Immigrant Student Scholarship


April 30, 2021

Awards Available: 4

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Students of Salaam (SOS) Immigrant Student Scholarship Fund launched in 2018 to support the academic and professional goals of immigrant students, regardless of citizenship status, through personalized mentorship and financial assistance. We care about who you are, and what your goals are — your application is reviewed holistically, and there are no GPA or test score cutoffs.

    Applications are due by April 30th 11:59pm CST. Decisions will be released in July.

    This year, we are excited to be able to award four scholarships of $3,000 each! Each scholarship recipient is considered an SOS Scholar. All SOS Scholars will receive 1-on-1 career mentorship and $3,000 towards tuition, textbooks, supplies, or living expenses.

    Applicants must be a student who has immigrated to the United States, is enrolled in (including currently attending), or intending to enroll in, a post-secondary institution for the coming academic year and is not a relative of the SOS National Board (application reviewers). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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