The Annie Ibok Scholarship is a one-time award given primarily to underserved students to offset the rising costs of undergraduate studies at Historically Black Colleges & Universities(HBCUs). This scholarship honors the late Mrs. Annie Ibok, a loving wife, mother, and RN from the Bay Area with a deep passion for supporting her community. The scholarship seeks to invest in the futures of HBCU-bound students, many of whom will profoundly impact the world. Like many HBCU scholarships, we strive to expose students of color in areas with no HBCUs to these academic institutions' rich culture and greatness.
Annie Ibok Scholarship applicants must fulfill the following criteria in order to be considered: Must be a rising college freshmen (priority to recent high school graduates); Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; and must attend and graduate from any high school in Washington or California. Application, essay and all other required documents must be submitted on or before July 31st at 11:59:59 PM Pacific Time.