JHUAN Scholarship Program
The cost of college education is steadily rising while the resources available to Jamaican international students pursuing higher education and their families are declining. JHUAN is combatting this challenge through the creation of a scholarship program established to provide additional opportunities for students from Jamaica and of Jamaican heritage to gain financial aid.
The scholarship offers financial support and mentorship to full time students in any major at Howard University. Each year, students are invited to apply for scholarships to offset the cost of their demonstrated financial need.
Who Can Apply
JHUAN Scholarship Eligibility
Students of all majors are encouraged to apply each year for one of the scholarships available, each valued at up to US$5,000. To be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria:
• Have a current GPA of 3.0 and above.
• An international student born in Jamaica or a student having at least one parent who was born in Jamaica.
• Enrolled full-time and in good standing.
• A second semester freshman, sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student at Howard University.
• Student should not be graduating in May 2023 since scholarship funds are expected to be disbursed for the fall 2023 semester.
• Application must be submitted on or before March 25, 2023.
2023 Academic Year
Application Now Open!
Applications for the JHUAN 2023 Scholarships are now closed. Stay tuned to our communication platforms for our next application date.
Howard University welcomes applications from talented international students as freshmen; that is, students who have never been admitted to a degree program at Howard University or any other post-secondary institution of higher education. International students are advised to begin the admission process at least one year prior to the time they wish to enter the University because additional time is usually essential for submission of required tests, academic documents, evaluations and immigration-related matters. For more information, click here.