Indian American Scholarship Fund Scholarships
The Indian American Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to not only those practicing Hindu, but all college-bound Indians. The majority of the scholarships are based on financial need and merit combined. However, there are a few scholarships based solely on merit such as the written essay and the highest SAT/ACT scores. All academic scores and extra-curricular activities, including sports, will be used to evaluate the eligibility.
All applicants must attend an accredited four-year college or university for undergraduate studies. Furthermore, they must be of Asian-Indian descent and graduate from an accredited high school in Georgia. Scholarship applications become available in February.
For more information, visit http://www.iasf.org/IASF/Scholarships.html
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