College Scholarships Database Page 677

Scholarships can help reduce the overall cost of your college education. Search through our directory of scholarships for financial aid opportunities.

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  1. American Way Scholarship

    Location
    1033 Springfield Avenue
    Cranford, NJ 07016
    Contact Info
    (908) 709-7505
    Application
    Applicant must be a student enrolled in the English as a Second Language (ESL) program at Union County College who demonstrates financial need.
    Additional Information
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior
    Renewable: N
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  2. Corporate Chefs Scholarship

    Location
    1033 Springfield Avenue
    Cranford, NJ 07016
    Contact Info
    (908) 709-7505
    Application
    Applicant must be a Union County College student enrolled at the Plainfield campus who demonstrates financial need.
    Additional Information
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior
    Renewable: N
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  3. $1,000 Dental Scholarship

    Contact Info
    (800) 381-0228 ext. 847
    Application
    Applicant must be enrolled at an accredited dental school as a full-time doctoral student. A 500-word essay responding to the following question is required: What role do you believe the Internet will play in your dental career?
    Additional Information
    Deadline: September 15
    Study Areas: dentistry
    Enrollment Level: Doctoral-level study
    Renewable: N
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  4. Bill Lawler Memorial Endowment Scholarship

    Location
    30555 Tomball Parkway
    Tomball, TX 77375
    Contact Info
    (832) 813-6500
    Application
    Applicant must be a student at the Lone Star College - Tomball campus who is enrolled in six or more credit hours. Minimum 2.0 GPA required.
    Additional Information
    Minimum GPA: 2
    Study Areas: general
    Renewable: N
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  5. Fitness Awareness Scholarship

    Location
    3233 West Castor Street
    Santa Ana, CA 92704
    Contact Info
    Application
    Applicant must be a high school senior or current undergraduate student. A short essay responding to the following question is required: How has fitness helped you pursue your academic goals?
    Additional Information
    Deadline: June 26
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior, High school senior
    Renewable: N
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  6. Free Speech Scholarship

    Location
    631 Woodland Street
    Nashville, TN 37206
    Contact Info
    (615) 356-2000
    Application
    Applicant must be enrolled at an accredited technical school, college, or university in the United States with a minimum 3.0 GPA. An essay on the following topic is required: Freedom of speech makes America great.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: August 15
    Minimum GPA: 3
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior
    Renewable: N
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  7. Cohen, Placitella & Roth Scholarship

    Location
    2001 Market Street, Suite 2900
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    Contact Info
    (215) 567-3500
    Application
    Applicant must be an undergraduate, masters, or doctoral student who is seeking a law-oriented degree. Student aid report showing income status of household and official transcript must be submitted; recommendations and resumes are recommended. Selection based upon need, but does not exclude achievement standards.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: May 31
    Study Areas: law-oriented field
    Enrollment Level: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior, Master's-level study, Doctoral-level study
    Renewable: N
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  8. #CulinaryVoice Scholarship Challenge

    Location
    50 West 23rd Street
    New York, NY 10010
    Contact Info
    (212) 847-0700
    Application
    Applicant must be a high school, college, masters, or doctoral student. Applicant must upload a one-minute video demonstrating their creativity, passion for food, service, or entrepreneurial flair. In the video, contestants should explain who they are, what they hope to achieve in the culinary or hospitality industries, and why they deserve the scholarship and chance to study at the Institute of Culinary Education. Finalists will be determined by public vote; for every vote the Institute will make a donation to No Kid Hungry to help end childhood hunger in America. One full scholarship and one partial scholarship will be awarded for each of the Institute's four career training programs: culinary arts, pastry/baking arts, culinary management, and hospitality management.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: March 28
    Study Areas: culinary arts, culinary management, hospitality management, pastry/baking arts
    Enrollment Level: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior, Master's-level study, Doctoral-level study, High school freshman, High school sophomore, High school junior, High school senior
    Renewable: N
    See Scholarship
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Additional Scholarships

Scholarships are similar to grants in that money can be awarded to a student for academic achievement or success, such as being an honor student, winning essay contests, or participating in a certain number of hours in community service projects. Typically, scholarships are given by institutions, organizations, companies, or on behalf of prestigious people based on the student’s academic merit as determined by the standards for each scholarship. The eligibility requirements for scholarships vary, but in most cases, students will follow the same general process: They will usually complete an application, provide financial and background information, and submit proof of certain academic achievement.

Scholarships do not have to be repaid, and are usually paid directly to the student’s school. There are typically restrictions on what a scholarship can help cover. For example, scholarships may be applied towards tuition costs, but usually cannot be used for textbooks or other outside expenses related to schooling.