The Privilege Grant is no longer accepting applications.
The Yiannopoulos Privilege Grant is exclusively available to white men who wish to pursue their post-secondary education on equal footing with their female, queer and ethnic minority classmates.
By applying for the Privilege Grant, you agree that the contents of your application, excluding your name and other identifying material, may be used by the YPG for promotional purposes. Your data will never be sold and your privacy will be protected.
Are you eligible?
- You must be a US citizen
- You must be currently enrolled or admitted to an accredited two or four year, full-time American college or university
- Open to all majors
- Agree to the release (above)
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can apply?
The Privilege Grant is open to white male applicants, attending or admitted to a US college or university.
Why do you need my SSN?
We collect SSN because we are limiting the grant to US citizens and it will also greatly help with identity verification. We plan to wipe identifying info after selection and keep (at most) names, along with essays and videos for purposes of showing future donors what kind of needs men in America actually have.
Do all universities and colleges qualify?
At this time, the Privilege Grant is available to only applicants attending accredited, full time, two or four year degree granting colleges and universities in the United States.
Do I have to be a first year student to apply?
No. All undergraduate students may apply.
Do I have to be US citizen to apply?
At this time, the Privilege Grant is open only to US citizens.
When is the deadline?
The application period will close on February 14th, 2017, and recipients will be announced on March 31st, 2017.
Does it matter how old I am?
Your age does not matter, as long as you are a student at a qualified school.
Does it matter what faculty I am in or what major I am taking?
No. The Privilege Grant is open to all faculties and all majors.