Humanities Scholarships

Humanities is among the most popular majors for students pursuing a post-secondary education and is a multi-disciplinary pursuit that includes the study of languages, literature in many different languages, art, music, religion and philosophy. Like "Liberal Arts", a Humanities major is good for someone who is still unsure what, specifically, they wish to study, but have it narrowed down to a few of the aforementioned. There will be plenty of time to narrow the scope or specialty during college, perhaps even switching majors altogether at some point. Either way, there are plenty of Humanities scholarships to help you finance your education and the pursuit of any or all of these important and fascinating topics.

The TSJCL Lourania Miller & Gareth Morgan Scholarships for High School Seniors

  • Application Deadline: 6/1/2019
  • Amount: $1,000
  • Two scholarships named for Lourania Miller and Gareth Morgan are awarded annually by the TSJCL and TCA to qualified high school seniors who are planning to continue their study of Latin and the classics while in college. Students who receive this scholarship must take Latin or Greek their freshman year at college. Enrollment in Latin cannot be at a beginning level. Courses in classical [...] More

Smithsonian Native American Awards Program

  • Application Deadline: Varies
  • Amount: $6,000
  • The Native American Awards Internship falls within the Native American Awards Program which supports students, who are formally or informally affiliated with a Native American community or tribe, to visit the Institution to learn about research or other museum-related activities using its Native American-related resources.

    Internship Awards are available for students currently enrolled in an [...] More

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by Susan Dutca-Lovell

Photo courtesy of The Baltimore Sun.

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by Susan Dutca-Lovell

It has been reported that Northwestern University President Morton Schapiro is directly involved in the college admissions decision process - personally reviewing hundreds of applications a year, including those of donor's children, alumni, faculty and staffs' children, or people he knows, according to Inside Higher Education. [...]

Last Reviewed: May 2019