Remember, scholarships are funds from private entities (Not Federal financial aid dollars…those cant be race based) and they can choose to give those funds to whoever they wish. Believe me when I say that there are many scholarships that you do qualify for, and that people of all backgrounds receive every year.
I am an African American who had to use student loans to fund my entire my undergrad and graduate degree. I didn’t qualify for anything either. But the student loans provided me a way to pay for my education, and I will gladly repay the loans in full.
Good luck with your education, thanks for sharing.
There are, in fact, “white” scholarships, but not under such a name. I went to a Danish school and received a Danish scholarship (Danish ancestry plus grades, test scores, essay, etc.). Of course, in this day and age, there are many non-whites who could qualify, just as there are many mixed students who can qualify for minority scholarships without being 100% whatever.
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