Our Student Transition & Relief Fund provides financial aid and scholarships to staff and students of color who face challenges that threaten enrollment, employment, academic success, or physical well being.​ We work hand in hand with universities, organizations, and ministries to identify eligible staff and students. 


Sub:Culture provided me with a scholarship that went into buying tools to assist me in preparing for the GRE test and my senior research. God has really used it to help me overcome the financial boundaries I was facing this summer!


—  Tyrone, Morehouse College

Studies show that working-class students face an average net price—the amount of money needed to pay for college after grants and scholarship aid—of over $10,000 at a four-year public college. Students that attend school full time and work 20 hours per week will still only make about $7,000 per year. Our desire at Sub:Culture is to subsidize the cost and fill up what is lacking by providing for unexpected practical situations that arise for these students like financial aid balances, car trouble, medical bills, family emergencies, groceries, room and board, meal plans, class materials, etc. 


Success Advocates get involved by donating a minimum of $500. Scholarships are granted to students selected in partnership with the university or ministry. To receive aid from our Student Transition & Relief fund, students are required to fill out a detailed application with a reference from a minister, counselor, or school administrator who is aware of the need and can corroborate the story.


Funding is distributed (upon availability) directly to the entity that is owed, or in the form of gift cards to locally partnering grocery stores, auto mechanics or airlines. 


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Clearing the path for Black College Students


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