In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 - October 15), we spoke with two of our Hispanic scholarship recipients who attended R.B. Stall High School in North Charleston to hear about the hurdles they’ve overcome, what they are looking forward to in their first year of college, and what higher education means to them.
We spoke with five scholarship recipients to hear their favorite tips and suggestions that helped them in their first year of college
With less debt, graduates report less stress and more happiness.
We honored 179 students who qualified to receive the Meeting Street Scholarship for the upcoming year and heard from recipients and philanthropists about its impact.
Learn more about the LIFE Scholarship and Pell Grant to help determine your eligibility for the Meeting Street Scholarship.
To offer additional support to students, we partnered with Let’s Get Ready, whose near-peer mentorship program offers one-on-one guidance that helps mentees navigate a successful college experience.
Navigate applying for college scholarships with these 12 tips from high school counselors Gerrin Harrison (left) and Melinda Mihlbauer (right).
“Having college more accessible and affordable would not only help me achieve my dreams but reinforce my self-confidence and power of resilience.” -Kaiasia, Member of Inaugural Meeting Street Scholarship Recipient Class
Academically successful students should not be deterred from receiving a college education because of tuition costs.
Lake City, S.C. – The Meeting Street Scholarship Fund, aimed at helping high-achieving graduates pay for college, recently announced a partnership with The Darla Moore Foundation. This remarkable philanthropic commitment by The Darla Moore Foundation expands the Meeting Street Scholarship beyond Charleston County to include eligible students in eight additional…