National Hook-Up of Black Women Scholarship, Chicago Chapter

Organization & Scholarship Description:
The National Hook Up of Black Women, Inc. (NHBW), was founded in 1974 by a small group of spirited women, led by Dr. Arnita Y. Boswell, a CPS social worker and civil rights activist. Four years later, the Chicago Chapter was formed under her direction and led by Dr. Wynetta Fraizier, a prominent Chicago psychologist.

Scholarships are awarded annually by the Chicago Chapter.

Website: National Hook-Up of Black Women Scholarship

Scholarship Qualifications:

  • Graduating Senior (Class of 2017)
  • Female African-American student
  • Weighted GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Applicants must attend a two-year, four-year college/university or technical/vocational schools in fall 2017

Renewable: No

Open to DREAMers: No

Supplemental Questions
  1. Official Transcript Required
  2. Please provide a recommendation from a COUNSELOR (required)
    • Name and Email Address
  3. Have you applied and/or been accepted to college? If so, please list three colleges you have applied to, listing in rank order, your top choice. Please include the date you applied and if you were accepted.
    • Name of College
    • Name of College
    • Name of College
  4. Please upload your college letter of acceptance or proof of applying to college (e-mail confirmation from college with your name/e-mail address or a letter of application confirmation) The letter of acceptance or proof must come from a regionally accredited two or four-year institution of higher learning.
  5. Have you completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)?
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