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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 Planning Association Planning Fellowship

    Location
    122 South Michigan Avenue
    Suite 1600
    Chicago, IL 60605
    Contact Info
    (312) 786-6722
    Application
    Applicant must be an African-American, Hispanic, or Native American who is an United States or Canadian citizen with financial need. Applicant must be enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate planning program that is accredited by the Planning Accredited Board.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: April 30
    Study Areas: transportation and urban planning
    Enrollment Level: Master's-level study
    Ethnicity Preference: African American or Black, American Indian or Alaskan Native, South American, Latin American, Central American, or Hispanic/Latino
    Renewable: N
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  2. Vocational Education Scholarship

    Application
    Applicant must have a minimum grade average of "B" and be accepted to a two-year college or university. Two letters of recommendation required.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: May 1
    Minimum GPA: 3
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: N
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  3. Maryland Association of Private Career Schools Scholarship

    Application
    Applicant must be a Maryland high school graduate planning to attend a private career school in Maryland. Selection is based upon academic qualifications.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: April 25
    Study Areas: technical/vocational
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: N
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  4. Catholic Daughters of the Americas Graduate Scholarship

    Location
    854 Country Lane
    Indiana, PA 15701
    Application
    Applicant must be enrolled in a graduate program at a college or university. Reasons for applying, official transcript of undergraduate work, letter of academic reference from a college or university, and autobiography are required.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: May 1
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: Doctoral-level study, Master's-level study
    Renewable: N
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  5. Daughters of the Cincinnati Scholarship

    Location
    20 West 44th Street, Room 508
    New York, NY 10036
    Contact Info
    (212) 991-9945
    Application
    Applicant must be the daughter of a career commissioned officer in the regular Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, or Marine Corps (active, retired, or deceased). Selection is based upon merit. SASE required. Amount of award is based upon need.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: March 15
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: Y
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  6. Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge Scholarship

    Location
    P.O. Box 5111
    Hyattsville, MD 20782
    Contact Info
    (301) 779-4827
    Application
    Additional Information
    Deadline: May 1
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: N
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  7. Letters Scholarship for Mature Women

    Location
    1300 17th St. NW
    Washington, DC 20036
    Contact Info
    (202) 785-1997
    Application
    Applicant must be a female U.S. citizen age 35 or over and must submit background.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: October 1
    Study Areas: general
    Renewable: N
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  8. B. Charles Tiney Memorial ASCE Student Chapter/Club Scholarship

    Contact Info
    (703) 295-6444
    Application
    Applicant must be an ASCE National Student Member in good standing and demonstrate financial need. Selection is based upon appraisal of applicant's justification, educational plans, academic performance, potential for development, leadership, and financial need.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: March 1
    Study Areas: engineering
    Enrollment Level: College sophomore, College freshman, College junior
    Renewable: N
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  9. Arthur S. Tuttle Memorial Scholarship

    Contact Info
    (703) 295-6444
    Application
    Applicant must be a member in good standing of the National ASCE pursuing masters-level study. Selection is based upon appraisal of applicant's justification, educational plan, academic performance and standing, potential for development, leadership capacity, and financial need.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 9
    Study Areas: civil engineering
    Enrollment Level: Master's-level study
    Renewable: N
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  10. O.H. Ammann Research Fellowship in Structural Engineering

    Contact Info
    (703) 295-6444
    Application
    Applicant must be a National ASCE member in good standing. Award is to encourage the creation of new knowledge in the field of structural design and construction.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: November 1
    Study Areas: structural engineering
    Enrollment Level: Master's-level study, Doctoral-level study
    Renewable: Y
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  11. Freeman Fellowship

    Contact Info
    (703) 295-6444
    Application
    Applicant must be a member of ASCE in good standing. Traveling scholarships are available to members under age 45.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 9
    Study Areas: hydraulic construction
    Enrollment Level: Doctoral-level study
    Renewable: N
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  12. ACLS Fellowship

    Contact Info
    (212) 697-1505
    Application
    Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, have held the Ph.D. for at least two years, and have not had a supported research leave for at least three years. Award is for postdoctoral research in all disciplines of the humanities and humanities-related social sciences. Applications must be submitted through the ACLS Online Fellowship Application system (OFA). OFA is accessible through the Fellowship and Grant Programs section of the web site.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: September 28
    Study Areas: humanities
    Enrollment Level: Doctoral-level study
    Renewable: N
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  13. Operations and Power Division (OPD) Scholarship

    Location
    555 North Kensington Avenue
    La Grange Park, IL 60526
    Contact Info
    (708) 352-6611
    Application
    Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident enrolled in a course of study relating to a degree in nuclear science and technology. Applicant must be sponsored by an ANS local section, division, student branch, committee member or organization member.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 1
    Study Areas: nuclear engineering and nuclear science
    Enrollment Level: College junior, College senior
    Renewable: N
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  14. TRW Scholarship

    Contact Info
    Application
    Applicant must be a woman and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applicant must be in an ABET-accredited engineering program, engineering at SWE-approved institution, or computer science in a CSAB-accredited program or at an ABET-accredited or SWE-approved institution.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 1
    Minimum GPA: 3
    Study Areas: aeronautical/aerospace, astronautical, architectural, automotive, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrial, mechanical, manufacturing, materials science, or petroleum engineering
    Enrollment Level: College sophomore
    Renewable: N
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  15. Community Action Grant

    Location
    2201 North Dodge Street
    Iowa City, IA 52243-4030
    Contact Info
    (319) 337-1716
    Application
    Applicant must be a woman and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Proposed activity must have direct community or public impact and relate to education and equity for women and girls. Applicant may apply for one grant only. One-year grants ($2,000-$7000 over one year) provide seed money for new projects. Two year grants (5,000-10,000 over two years) provide start-up funds for longer-term programs that address the particular needs of the community and develop girls' sense of efficacy through leadership or advocacy opportunities.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: January 15
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: Other postgraduate-level study, Master's-level study, Doctoral-level study
    Renewable: N
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  16. Eleanor Roosevelt Teacher Fellowship

    Location
    2201 North Dodge Street
    Iowa City, IA 52243-4030
    Contact Info
    (319) 337-1716
    Application
    Applicant must be a woman, elementary or secondary public school teacher, U.S. citizen, dedicated to improving educational opportunities for women of all ages, presently employed with at least three years full-time teaching experience, and planning to continue teaching for the next three years. Award supports professional development for teachers, educational opportunities for girls, and advancement of gender equity in the classroom, school, or district.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: January 10
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: Other postgraduate-level study
    Renewable: N
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  17. Hatton Lovejoy Scholarship

    Location
    209 Broome Street
    P.O. Box 790
    LaGrange, GA 30241
    Contact Info
    (706) 884-7348
    Application
    Applicant must be a resident of Troup County, GA for at least two years. Applicant must be a graduate of (or scheduled graduation within six months) of an accredited high school with a scholastic standing in the upper quarter of their class.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 15
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: Y
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  18. Access Merit Scholarship

    Location
    4505 South Maryland Parkway
    Box 452016
    Las Vegas, NV 89154
    Contact Info
    (702) 895-3011
    Application
    Selection is based upon financial need, class standing, and class rank. Minimum 3.0 GPA and high national test scores are also required.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 1 (priority)
    Minimum GPA: 3
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman, College junior, College sophomore, College senior
    Renewable: Y
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  19. Georgetown University Undergraduate Grant

    Location
    G-19 Healy Hall
    ,
    Application
    Applicant must demonstrate financial need.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 1 (freshmen); April 15
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College sophomore, College senior, College junior, College freshman
    Renewable: Y
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  20. Appaloosa Youth Foundation Educational Scholarship

    Contact Info
    (208) 882-5578 ext. 264
    Application
    Applicant must be a member of the Appaloosa Youth Association or the Appaloosa Horse Club or the child of a Appaloosa Horse Club member. Selection is based upon scholastic aptitude, leadership potential, sportsmanship, community and civic responsibilities, and accomplishments in horsemanship.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: June 10
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman, College junior, College senior, College sophomore
    Renewable: Y
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  21. William A. Fischer Memorial Scholarship

    Location
    ASPRS Awards Program, Suite 210
    5410 Grosvenor Lane
    Bethesda, MD 20814-2160
    Contact Info
    (301) 493-0290
    Application
    Applicant must be a current or prospective graduate student members of ASPRS. Recipient must use award to pursue graduate studies in new and innovative uses of remote sensing data/techniques that relate to the natural, cultural, or agricultural resources of the earth.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: December 1
    Study Areas: photogrammetry and remote sensing
    Enrollment Level: Master's-level study
    Renewable: N
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  22. George C. Brooks Scholarship

    Location
    11 Jesse Hall
    Columbia, MO 65211
    Contact Info
    573 882-3795, 1 800 225-6075 (in-state only)
    Application
    Applicant must be a minority, have a high composite ACT score, and participate in the Minority Achievement Program, and be in top 10% of high school class. Applicant must enroll first semester after high school graduation.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: March 1
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: Y
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  23. Alumni Scholarship

    Location
    123 Reynolds alumni Center
    Columbia, MO 65211
    Contact Info
    573 882-6611 or, 800 372-6822
    Application
    Applicant must rank in the top fifth (20%) of secondary school class and have a minimum 26 ACT score, must be recommended by his/her local alumni chapter.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 1 (Priority)
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: High school senior, College freshman
    Renewable: Y
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  24. Alumni Scholarship

    Location
    Student Financial Aid
    901 South National Avenue
    Springfield, MO 65804
    Contact Info
    417 836-5000, 800 492-7900
    Application
    Applicant must rank in the top fifth of graduating class, have a minimum composite ACT score of 26, show involvement in school and community activities, and demonstrate financial need.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: March 1
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: Y
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  25. Community College Scholarship

    Location
    Student Financial Aid
    901 South National Avenue
    Springfield, MO 65804
    Contact Info
    417 836-5000, 800 492-7900
    Application
    Applicant must be a Missouri resident nominated by the president of his or her community college. Letters of recommendation required.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: May 1
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College junior
    Renewable: Y
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  26. GED Scholarship

    Location
    Student Financial Aid
    901 South National Avenue
    Springfield, MO 65804
    Contact Info
    417 836-5000, 800 492-7900
    Application
    Applicant must have a minimum GED score of 310. Award not available to recipients of other freshmen scholarships.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: August 17 (fall); January 11 (spring)
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: Y
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  27. Presidential Scholarship

    Location
    Student Financial Aid
    901 South National Avenue
    Springfield, MO 65804
    Contact Info
    417 836-5000, 800 492-7900
    Application
    Applicant must rank in the top tenth of class and have a minimum composite ACT score of 30 (combined SAT I score of 1320).
    Additional Information
    Deadline: December 1
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: Y
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  28. Art and Design Department Scholarship

    Location
    Student Financial Aid
    901 South National Avenue
    Springfield, MO 65804
    Contact Info
    417 836-5000, 800 492-7900
    Application
    Selection is based upon portfolio and academic record.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: February 15
    Study Areas: art/design
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: N
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  29. Forensics Scholarship

    Location
    Student Financial Aid
    901 South National Avenue
    Springfield, MO 65804
    Contact Info
    417 836-5000, 800 492-7900
    Application
    Applicant must show promise for achievement in a prominent national debate program.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: April 15
    Study Areas: general
    Enrollment Level: College junior, College senior, College freshman, College sophomore
    Renewable: Y
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  30. Music Department Scholarship

    Location
    Student Financial Aid
    901 South National Avenue
    Springfield, MO 65804
    Contact Info
    417 836-5000, 800 492-7900
    Application
    Selection is based upon audition.
    Additional Information
    Deadline: March 31
    Study Areas: music
    Enrollment Level: College freshman
    Renewable: Y
    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.