My fellow student, everyone on this Earth has been affected by COVD directly or indirectly. The staff at SF is not surprised that funds have been made available for students who have been affected. This disease has left almost seven hundred thousand people dead at the time of this writing. It has left many more with injuries that cannot be reversed.
In our research we were able to locate a few COVD awards dedicated to the victim of this disease. This list is by no means exhaustive. New information about scholarships is arriving all the time. We plan to keep you updated with the new coming awards.
Your mission, if you choose to accept it is to visit this page from time to time to find the updates.
The people who created these funds are gracious. SF is grateful for their benevolence.
Be aware at the time of this writing the Delta Variant is running rampant in America. This means there are going to be more good people creating awards for those affected by this disease.
Also keep in mind this disease leaves behind disability in many of its surviving victims. This fact increases the volume of scholarships available to you.
What are we trying to say?
Keep an eye on this blog for updates.
Below you will find a few scholarships with the COVD victim in mind.
We would also like to ask you to send us any information about any COVD grants, scholarships you may come across in your travels.
Please send any and all information to
|Name of Scholarship||Amount||Submission Deadline||Description||Email address||Phone Number||Website|
|COVID-19 Impact Scholarship||$1,500||15-Jun-22||The COVID-19 Pandemic has created significant disruptions to the college and life plans of young adults with learning and attention issues all across the country. Students are changing their college plans, reducing credit loads, losing out on internship and job opportunities, and dealing with the consequences of a global pandemic. NCLD recognizes the hardship our young adults are facing and has put together a new scholarship intended to support those students whose college and life plans have been significantly impacted by COVID-19.
NCLD will award twelve $1,500 scholarships to those students who experienced significant disruptions in their college plans due to COVID-19. Eligible students will need to complete an application on our website. Finalists will be asked to complete a short 20-minute interview before decisions are made.
|Scholarship America Dream Award||Amount: $5,000 to $15,000||TBD||• 17 years of age or older
• U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident, or granted deferred action status under DACA
• Received a high school diploma or the equivalent from a U.S. school
• Completed or expect to complete a minimum of one full year of postsecondary education
• Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at the sophomore year level or higher at an accredited two- or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school in the U.S.
• Studying to obtain an Associate’s or first Bachelor’s degree
• Minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
• Demonstrate financial need
• A current, complete transcript
• A personal statement
• An online recommendation from a teacher or counselor
• Proof of Citizenship
• 1040 Tax Forms
Although not specifically a COVID-19 scholarship, the Scholarship America Dream Award is an excellent opportunity for students affected by the pandemic—the emphasis of the award is on financial need and the ability to overcome challenges and barriers.
|COVID Recovery Scholarship||Unknown||Unknown||The COVID Recovery Scholarships are intended to fast-track your path to graduation and will be granted in a first-come, first-served manner.
The COVID Recovery High School/GED Scholarship will provide 2020 high school graduates (public, private or homeschooled) or GED recipients who did not attend college within the Fall 2020 – Spring 2021 semesters, the opportunity to attend CCRI tuition-free over the next two years. CCRI expects to award approximately 325 scholarships.
The COVID Recovery Finish Scholarship will provide students that have completed at least 50% of an undergraduate certificate (~9 credits) or associate degree (~30 credits) from an accredited college, but who have not been enrolled in college within the Fall 2020 – Spring 2021 semesters, the opportunity to attend CCRI tuition-free over the next two years. CCRI expects to award approximately 810 scholarships.
The COVID Recovery Summer Scholarship will cover tuition for up to two courses in your CCRI program of study in the Summer 2021 for current CCRI associate degree or undergraduate certificate-seeking students enrolled at CCRI anytime within the Spring 2020 – Spring 2021 semesters and haven’t earned an associate degree. CCRI expects to award approximately 2,350 scholarships.
This is a last-dollar scholarship program. These last-dollar scholarships cover any tuition gaps not covered by other federal, state and private grants/scholarships and are paid after all other financial aid resources have been awarded. Students must have completed a current FAFSA and all financial aid requirements to qualify.
|COVID-19 Relief Scholarship||Varies||University of the Pacific’s COVID-19 Relief Scholarship provides the following financial support:
• For new and returning undergraduate students, a $1,450 annual tuition scholarship for students enrolled in full-time degree programs. Eligible undergraduate students will receive the annual scholarship each year of their enrollment for up to eight consecutive semesters based on their class year. (For example, a freshman entering in fall 2020 would receive scholarship funds for a maximum of eight consecutive semesters.) Eligible transfer students will receive the scholarship for four to six semesters depending on whether they entered as juniors or sophomores.
• $400,000 in need-based aid for eligible graduate, dental, law and pharmacy students experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19.
|COVID-19 Relief Scholarship||$6,000||Multiple||Carolina University
The COVID-19 support provides 50% off the first-year tuition, which could equal approximately $6,000. In other words, a student could study for a full year for less than $6,000 without counting any other scholarships or grants they may be able to access. This is for any new first-year, full-time online or on-campus student who is enrolling for an undergraduate or graduate degree.