Here are a few on-line resources for getting started
This guide covers applying to college as an LGBTQ student, insightful resources, expert interviews, and even scholarships! Check it out below:
Point Foundation provides financial support, mentoring, leadership training and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expresssion
Informational website with links to ACLU Safe Schools Project, ambientejoven (Advocates for Youth for Latina/o), LGBT-Friendly Campus Climate Index, and many other organizations
Pride Foundation provides post-secondary educational sholarships to current and future lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and straight-ally leaders and role models from Alaska, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Washington. Students only need to fill out one application….Connections to the Greater Seattle Business Association
The University of California Santa Cruz, Lionel Cantu’ Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Intersex Resource Center, Scholarship listing
Go Grad is dedicated to matching students to the perfect graduate degree program, helping them begin their journey towards a more fulfilling career.
Statistics prove that 16.7% of hate crimes are based on sexual discrimination, the third-largest category after race and religion. But hate crime is just one problem that LGBTQ+ students face; they face various obstacles: lack of support from their families, high demands on their college expenses, and fears of selecting a gender while filling out FAFSA.
In an effort to support these students, our team at BestColleges.com has curated a scholarship guide for the LGBTQ+ community. Take a look below: