The Point Foundation awards scholarships to LGBTQ+ students in the USA.
It helps them with money, mentors, and leadership training for their education.
They started in 2001 and have given more than $40 million in scholarships to over 4,000 students.
About Point scholarship
The program supports LGBTQ+ students in reaching their academic and leadership goals.
They offer financial aid, mentorship, and leadership training to help scholars overcome challenges and excel in higher education and beyond.
Point Foundation, a non-profit, helps LGBTQ+ students with money, mentoring, and leadership training for higher education.
They don’t rely on impact factors to assess their scholarship recipients or their overall effect. Instead, Point Foundation looks at scholars and its impact in a holistic way.
They consider things like academics, leadership potential, community engagement, and personal growth.
To get a Point Foundation scholarship, you need to:
- Be LGBTQ+
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- Attend or plan to attend a U.S. accredited college or university
- Maintain a GPA of at least 3.0