The Dr. William Montague Cobb Education Foundation provides scholarships to graduating, college-bound minority high school seniors who are residents of the District of Columbia. Qualified recipients possess both a record of academic achievement and potential for future academic success. Other considerations include financial need and interest in pursuing careers in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM).
Our application is currently closed. However, it will reopen in August 2022 to accept applications from students who will be high school seniors at the time.
Gather This Information
A transcript: You will need to report the course level and grades you have received since your freshman year in high school.
A school profile – You will need this to answer several questions about your school, such as your school code, AP, IB, and Honors classes your school provides, and the number of community service hours required for graduation.
Contact info – The name, email address, and phone number of your guidance counselor and principal.
You received a list of honors and awards when participating in school and non-school-related clubs and organizations and the level of each award (Local, State, Regional or National) since your freshman year.
A list of volunteer organizations you have served and the number of hours filled with each, plus any awards and honors you have received from your freshman year participation.
Read Our Application Instructions
We highly encourage you to read these instructions before completing your application, and keep them nearby while filling it out.