"The term 'minority' refers to a portion of the population that has been or remains marginalized or disenfranchised from the perceived 'majority'. A persons minority status is usually determined by race, ethnic heritage or gender – although religious and sexual orientation can also be delineating factors...
The first rule when applying for a grant or scholarship, whether you are a minority student or not, is persistence. Many students lack the commitment or motivation to follow through with all of the work involved in securing the right college grant or scholarship. If you have the motivation, and you are prepared to put in the work required to search for, find and apply to all of the grant programs available to you, you're chances of securing a grant or scholarship for your college education increases by leaps and bounds."
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Within this article are great resources for those specific minority groups. If you need assistance navigating the best solution for you contact me today!
Nadine Underbrink, M.Ed
College, Graduate & Scholarship Counselor
Article obtained from GoCollege