Here, our data and resources tell the story of how philanthropy is supporting transformative scholarships to help guide funders in the practice of scholarship grantmaking.
grants supporting scholarships for change
of grant dollars support underrepresented populations
grant dollars supporting COVID-19 related scholarships
of grant dollars are awarded in the U.S. vs. outside the U.S
Economically Disadvantaged People
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
People with Disabilities
Women and Girls
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Men and Boys
Ethnic and Racial Groups
Immigrants and Refugees
First Generation Students
"Scholarships for Change is a very useful tool to assess program impacts and scope, to help identify gaps and opportunities in scholarship programming offered, and also to help seek out experts working in a particular area."
“We ask our Scholars to think about how they will give back to society – much more deeply than working on a project, but how they will give back over a lifetime.”
The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are made up of 17 aspirational goals that serve as a universal call to action, providing a collective framework to identify areas of common interest and measure shared progress. Within each goal are unique targets, and while Goal 4b within Education aligns with scholarships, several of the other Global Goals, such as gender equality and economic growth, can also overlap. See how your funding strategies align and how you might consider different ways to measure progress. Click on the Global Goal icons on the left to view the indicators within each goal.