RaiseMe scholarships

RaiseMe scholarships is a micro scholarship that is open to 9th to 12th graders finding universities for their high school academic and extracurricular accomplishments.

RaiseMe Scholarships

A social enterprise called RaiseMe is dedicated to increasing access to higher education, particularly for first-generation and low-income students. 

About RaiseMe Scholarships

RaiseMe allows students to earn scholarships throughout high school, beginning as early as 9th grade, for doing all the things that best prepare them to succeed, whether that’s getting good grades, volunteering in the community, or participating in extracurriculars

This eliminates the need for students to wait until they graduate from high school in order to earn scholarships.

How RaiseMe Scholarships Work?

College just became a lot more attainable, whether you’re a high school student hoping to go to college or a community college student hoping to transfer to a four-year institution.

1. Discover Colleges

By clicking the “Follow” button on each school page, you can find out more about which universities would be a perfect fit for you, see the micro-scholarships they’re providing, and express your interest in each school.

2. Add Your Achievements

Add your course grades, participation in clubs and athletics, volunteer work, and other accomplishments to complete your RaiseMe portfolio.

3. Earn Scholarships for Your Achievements

For each accomplishment, you’ll receive a micro-scholarship from an institution you’re interested in, the amount of which you’ll receive when you enroll there.


RaiseMe Scholarship Partners

These are the eligible college partners, although there are over 250+ schools benefiting from this scholarship. They also have eligibility criteria, all you have to do is visit the school’s page.

1. Huntington University

2. Minnesota State University, Mankato

3. Utica College

4. University of Minnesota, Crookston

5. Allen College

6. Elmhurst College

7. Minneapolis College of Art and Design

8. William Peace University

9. Washington College.

10. Winthrop University 

11. Harvey Mudd College

12. Coastal Carolina University

13. Lourdes University

14. Soka University 

15. University of Oklahoma

16. Lawrence Technological University

Components of the RaiseMe Scholarships

These are things you should look out for when applying for a RaiseMe Micro scholarship program.

1. Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility conditions that a college establishes, such as the minimum unweighted GPA, the number of credits if currently enrolled in college, and certain deadlines, must be met by students.

2. Maximum Award

Each college has a maximum prize that it can receive. The figure is for four years of attendance and is displayed in total prizes.

3. Take Notes of Deadlines

It’s crucial to be aware of the RaiseMe program deadlines! You will not be compensated for your micro-scholarships if deadlines are not met.

To register or log into your account, visit the RaiseMe scholarship website.

For high schoolers, RaiseMe is completely free. Charitable organizations, universities, and other funders cover the program’s expenses. So, hurry now and apply!