How to Apply
Applicants must submit the
HBCU/MSI Scholarship Program Application along with the following supporting documentation:
- Unofficial university transcript
- One letter of recommendation
The deadline for the 2023-2024 scholarship application is Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2022.
The Office of Historically Black Colleges and Universities Outreach Scholarship Program at the N.C. Department of Transportation helps foster new and diverse transportation professionals.
Scholarships support students of HBCU and minority serving institutions pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in transportation-related fields at one of North Carolina’s HBCU/MSI.
This program provides $1,500 in financial assistance each academic year to help cover costs for highly motivated future transportation professionals and leaders.
Who Should Apply
Scholarship applicants must have graduated within the past three years from a North Carolina HBCU/MSI undergraduate or graduate degree program or be currently enrolled in an HBCU/MSI undergraduate or graduate program.
- Resident of North Carolina
- Completed at least 24 credit hours at a North Carolina HBCU/MSI
- Currently enrolled as a full-time student at a North Carolina HBCU/MSI
- Minimum 2.5 GPA
All applications and supporting material must be received by Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2022, for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Although the department encourages students in the majors below to apply, students are not limited to them.
|Sciences||Architecture, biology, chemistry, communications, computer science, criminal justice, environmental science, information systems, mathematics, physics|
|Business||Accounting, business administration, finance, economics, management|
|Human development||Human factors, human resources, psychology |
|Aviation||Aeronautical studies, airway science, aviation flight management, science|
|Engineering||Chemical, civil, construction, electrical, electronic, environmental, geotechnical, manufacturing, mechanical, structural, transportation|
|Public policy and planning||Public policy and analysis, public administration, political science/government, urban and regional planning, urban studies|
|Transportation||Logistics management, planning, policy
NCDOT may approve other transportation-related academic disciplines on a case-by-case basis.