More than $2 billion in federal student aid has gone to colleges in the last four years, with the majority going to institutions that enroll high numbers of minority students.
That’s despite a growing number of white students enrolling in college and the fact that minorities are underrepresented at elite institutions.
But some scholarship programs are offering more in-depth scholarships to underrepresented students.
Chegg has offered the “Chegg Scholarship for Excellence” for underrepresented black and Latino students for more than a decade.
In 2017, the company partnered with Harvard and Columbia Universities to offer scholarships to black, Hispanic, Asian and Native American students.
To be eligible for the scholarship, students must be enrolled in an accredited college or university.
The award, which can be awarded to as many as five applicants, typically pays up to $30,000.
The scholarships are administered by the Federal Scholarships Administration, a division of the Department of Education.
In 2019, the Federal Student Aid Administration awarded $1.4 billion in scholarships to low-income students.
The federal government has been paying more attention to scholarships for students of color and has created a list of scholarships that are open to people of color.
The list includes scholarships for minority students and is open to students who are currently in college, are attending a university, or have graduated high school.
While many of these scholarships are available to low income students, Chegg offers scholarships for white students.
In 2018, Cheg awarded $200,000 to a black student in Ohio who had been in the country illegally for two years.
The scholarship covered expenses, such as tuition and books.
Other scholarships available to under-represented students include scholarships for the National Council of La Raza (NCLA), a Hispanic advocacy group that advocates for Latinos.
The organization provides support and training for the Hispanic community.
The group was awarded $400,000 in scholarships in 2018.
The NCLA also has scholarships available for under-served students.
This year, the group awarded $50,000 for an under-resourced student at its Cincinnati campus.
This was a group of African-American students who were waiting to graduate from college and were struggling financially.
They were living in a trailer and could not afford to pay for housing or to attend school, according to the organization.
The $50k was awarded to the students because they were able to access free, on-campus tuition and a job through the NCLA’s program, the nonprofit group said in a statement.
Cheg said it’s important to consider how you can be a better role model for underprivileged students.
“We don’t want to encourage students to think they’re a bad person if they have a scholarship,” Chegg senior VP of admissions, Kristin Olesen, said in an interview with The Washington Post.
“If they’re the best student in the class, it’s the right thing to do.
We want to make sure we’re educating our students about the opportunities that are available for them.
Chellg also has a scholarship program for black students, but only available to black students.
Students of color can apply for the program through a national network of scholarships.
Chez is a division that provides educational and career counseling services to students of all backgrounds.
The program includes tutoring, career guidance, job training, and more.
The first-year program costs $25,000 and can be applied to any student who is eligible.
Chetz has also been awarded more than $3.5 million in grants by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
These grants are awarded to organizations to help disadvantaged students succeed in college.
In 2020, Chez awarded $150,000 through the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to a student from a low- and middle-income family.
The grant was part of a larger $100,000 program to support student learning in the school’s community.
Chethes educational assistance also is available for students who have a disability.
In 2016, Chetz was awarded a $10,000 grant by the federal government’s Office of Federal Student Assistance (OFSA).
This grant is designed to help students transition into a postsecondary education and to assist students with financial needs who are not financially able to complete their education.
In the same year, Chetz was awarded another $15,000 award from the National Institutes of Health to help two African American girls who were unable to complete high school because of their disabilities.
In addition, the grant also helps students transition from high school to college.
Cheydges program is also available to students from families with incomes up to 100 percent of the federal poverty level.
The grants are based on a student’s ability to complete school and also their financial ability to pay the tuition, books and fees for a three-year degree.
This is not the first time Chetg has awarded financial aid to underprivilege students.
Last year, it awarded $7 million in funding to help under