|Name of Grant||Description||Award||Eligibility||Application Deadline|
|Students Serve Grant
||Provides academic service grants to innovative college students. Students use the knowledge they gain in their classes to create meaningful changes in their communities.||Academic service grants of up to $2000.||You must be an undergraduate in a U.S. college or university; all majors are eligible to apply; the targeted community must be within the U.S.A.||October-November|
|Institute For Humane Studies, Humane Studies Fellowship
||Provides funding for outstanding graduate and undergraduate students who are committed to developing a free society through their academic work.||Up to $12,000||Must be enrolled full time at an accredited institution; undergrads must be juniors or seniors during the year of funding; graduates must not have completed a Ph. D.; law, MBA, and other professional students are eligible.||Late December (for the following year)|
|Datatel Scholarship||Essay contest open to schools who use Datatel software (including Hampshire).||$1,000-2,400 credited directly to your tuition account.||You must submit an essay of less than 1,000 words, a transcript, and two letters of recommendation.||Late January for the following school year|
|J.W. Saxe Memorial Prize||Enables undergrads to gain practical experience in public service by taking a no-pay or low-pay job or internship during a summer or other term.||$1,500||Preference will be given to those who have already found a position and require additional funds.||March 15th|
|The Princess Grace Foundation-USA||Scholarships, apprenticeships and/or fellowships in Theater, Playwriting, Dance Performance,
Choreography, and Film.
|Varies, approx. $5,000-$25,000||Applicants must be U.S. citizens or have permanent resident status at the time of application. Additionally, all applicants (except playwriting) must be nominated by a non-profit organization (school or company) with which they will be affiliated during the grant period (Sept. 2010–Aug. 2011.)||Spring (different date for each program)|
|Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund||Provides need-based grants to undergraduate and graduate students actively working for peace and justice.||Maximum of $6,000; award size depends on number of donors.||Must be enrolled at an accredited college or university; live in the U.S.A.; and be eligible for academic credit.||April 1st|
|Provides funding for undergraduates who are pursuing a health-related career.||$3,000, paid in two installments, fall and spring.||Applicants must be entering their junior or senior year with a 3.0 or higher GPA and a demonstrated financial need and interest in the health professions.||Early May|
|ESA Foundation Computer and Video Game Scholarship Program||Scholarship program to assist women and minority students who are engaged in full-time study related to Computer and Video Game Arts.||Up to $3,000||Must be a U.S. citizen, and be a woman or a minority student pursuing a degree in computer and video game arts. Applicant should be enrolled full-time at an accredited four-year college or university in the U.S. There is a GPA requirement for this application, but Hampshire students can still apply. You must submit your high school records and test scores (ACT/SAT), and make sure that the rest of your application (activities, recommendations, essay, art/design/game samples) is very strong.||Mid-May|
|Fred Rogers Memorial Scholarship||
Scholarship to support undergraduate and graduate projects related to childrens' media.
Applicants must demonstrate a commitment--through coursework or experience--to any combination of at least two of the following fields: early childhood education, child development/child psychology, film/television production, music, animation. Applicant must have the ultimate goal of working in children’s media.
|Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship||
Offers awards for undergraduate study abroad.
|Up to $5000||
Applicants must be U.S. citizen undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding and are planning to study abroad.
Early October Early March
Provides funding to students pursuing graduate degrees in public service fields.
|Up to $30,000||
Applicants must U.S. citizens who are college juniors at the time of selection. Applicants must work with a faculty representative (Lynn Miller is the Hampshire faculty rep). Application process begins in October.