Muslim Scholarships

Islam is growing rapidly across the globe. Despite being one of the most widely practiced faiths on the planet, Muslims are still a religious minority in the United States. However, there are scholarship opportunities available to Muslim students. The Islamic community wants their members to be well-educated and some Muslim organizations provide scholarships to Muslim students who need help paying for school. Also, many college campuses offer more financial aid to minority students to foster campus diversity.

For a complete list of Muslim scholarships, as well as other scholarships, conduct a free college scholarship search on Scholarships.com and take the first step towards funding your education.

Avicenna Scholars Program

  • Application Deadline: 5/15/2020
  • Amount: $2,000
  • We welcome all current US high school juniors who are Muslim students and who want to be leaders and mentors for the next generation to apply. We are particularly invested in helping financially disadvantaged and underrepresented groups - our scholarship is both merit and need-based.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website. [...] More

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Last Reviewed: July 2019

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