A black college student who is considering the smart scholarships option might be tempted to consider taking a white scholarship.
For black students, it can be tricky to find scholarships that are based on race.
The University of Michigan is known for offering its own smart scholarship program, which offers up to $30,000 for students who are not admitted to any of the public universities.
This scholarship is not available to anyone who is not white.
“If you’re looking for an African American smart scholarship, there are not many available,” University of Mississippi Professor of African American Studies Jonathan Smith told ABC News.
In fact, the number of smart scholarships offered to black students at colleges is so small, that only around half of all students receive them.
What you need to know about smart scholarships in the U.S. article A report from the nonprofit National Black College Scholarships Alliance (NBCSA) found that, as of the end of 2016, only 25 percent of all scholarships awarded were to black applicants.
Of those 25 percent, only 5 percent were to African American students who attended college in the United States.
According to the report, the only other black colleges with a significant number of black applicants are the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, University of Texas at Austin and the University Of South Carolina at Columbia.
To be sure, the numbers are not large, but they are still a drop in the bucket compared to the amount of scholarships awarded to other races.
A white student who goes to college in South Africa will not get a scholarship.
But it could be a game changer for someone who wants to earn a degree.
“When we look at black-owned businesses and black-led businesses, we don’t have a large amount of funding for black-lead businesses,” said Jhala Thomas, executive director of NBCSA.
So for black students who want to take advantage of these scholarships, it is crucial to get their application in early.
Thomas is the founder of the Black Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative, which is a partnership between the NBCSAs Black Women in Business, Black Women Entrepreneurs Program, and Black Women Startups.
When I asked her about the number and percentage of black students applying for the scholarships, she said it was a lot lower.
That is because of a number of factors.
Among them, black students are less likely to have parents who are college graduates, who have a high school degree, and who have been to college before.
Also, they tend to have more parents in the home and have a greater amount of social support networks.
With these factors in mind, it could also be a good idea to be selective about who you select for the smart awards.
While black students may not be eligible for the scholarship, they are not denied them, according to Thomas.
Black students who attend college in other countries could benefit from smart scholarships as well.
There are two scholarships that both offer scholarships to black college students who have not yet earned their degrees.
Both scholarships are offered by the University at Buffalo and are in the range of $30 to $40,000.
Students must apply to both programs.
I asked Thomas about the amount that could be received from these scholarships and if black students could benefit.
She said the scholarship program could give some students some additional financial aid.
But the most important factor is that these scholarships are based only on what you do in school.
You do not get to choose what kind of education you want to go to.
Those scholarships are meant for people who are doing what is required to get an education, like going to college, getting an associate’s degree or becoming a doctor.
These scholarships are not open to all students.
As Thomas said, “If you are not graduating high school, you’re not going to get this kind of financial aid.”