Scholarships for HIV/AIDS
Whether You Live with HIV or AIDS or Plan to Study, Get a Scholarship
There is no question that HIV/AIDS is an important issue for our times. With respect to higher education and scholarship opportunities, funding is available for both students living with HIV/AIDS and those who are interested in working with those at risk of contracting it or who have already been diagnosed.
Scholarships for Students Living with HIV/AIDSSan Francisco State University (SFSU)
SFSU offers the Robert Westwood Scholarship to assist a student who has been diagnosed with HIV (documentation of the diagnosis is required) and who has plans for working with others affected by HIV/AIDS. $2,000 in funding will be awarded to an applicant pursuing any major who has attained a minimum GPA of 3.0.Ohio State University
The Harold A. McIntosh Scholarship, offered by Ohio State University, provides two scholarships in the amount of $1,200 each. One will be awarded to a student who is living with HIV/AIDS and one will be made available to a candidate with a history of service and leadership to the community in regard to the affliction.University of Colorado at Boulder
Full-time University of Colorado at Boulder (CUB) students who have been affected by HIV/AIDS are eligible to apply for a $1,500 scholarship from the Positive Futures Scholarship program, administered by the GBLT Resource Center at CUB. Full-time students who are either U.S. citizens or permanent residents are eligible to apply. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is also required.