Seniors planning to attend a college or University for Engineering are encouraged to apply. See the link for details and application.
    Deadline: May 31, 2022 APPLY HERE
    Mid Penn Bank (formerly Riverview Bank) serves as Trustee of the Kasper-Whelan Education Trust, established by the Last Will and Testament of Anthony John Orlick.  This fund was established to provide scholarships up to $1,500.00 per person for any person/student pursuing education after high school that is a Schuylkill County resident with a family income limit under $250,000.00.  The number of scholarships awarded will vary each year.  
    The scholarships are awarded by a lottery drawing.  The application MUST BE on a 5 x 8 stock card, which is the responsibility of the applicant to provide.   There are specific qualifications and submission requirements that have been outlined on the guideline sheet that is attached.  

    1- Virgil C. Scott (“Scotty”) Volunteer Community Service Scholarship

    As a high school teacher and coach for 37 years, Scotty motivated and inspired his students. He personally volunteered his time as a member of our Board of Directors. Scotty was a credit union advocate for well over 30 years, last serving as HRCU’s Treasurer.

    HRCU will award two $1,000 scholarships for community service in 2022. All eligible students who demonstrate an enthusiasm for supporting their community are encouraged to apply.

    2 - Richard (“Dick”) J. Ketz Athletic and Academic Achievement Scholarship

    An educator and coach for more than 30 years, Dick encouraged students to strive for excellence. He was committed to the credit union and served as a volunteer member of our Supervisory Committee and Board of Directors. Dick advocated on behalf of the credit union for more than 40 years, last serving as a credit union Director.

    HRCU will award two $1,000 scholarships for athletic and academic achievement in 2022.

    All eligible students who demonstrate both athletic and academic excellence are encouraged to apply.  https://www.hdriver.org/scholarships/


    The SKIP Dr. Harry A. and Mary Jo Crosswell environmental citizenship scholarship award is presented by SKIP annually to a Schuylkill County graduating senior who has most demonstrated environmental concerns through community involvement. The student must show an involvement with environmental issues and must have participated in at least one (1) SKIP cleanup during their high school years. The adult leader and/or school representative must sign the included participation certification form as part of this scholarship award application verifying completion of at least one (1) cleanup. The SKIP board of directors will select this student based on a review of various factors including school and community activities relating to the environment, community involvement and academic performance. The student's post-graduation plans will also be considered. Selection will be based on these parameters: 
    Please send completed application packets no later than Friday, May 20, 2022 to: Darlene Dolzani, SKIP Executive Director 512 Coal Mountain Road Orwigsburg, PA 17961



    Seniors are reminded to print scholarships and the scholarship booklet from the Library during homeroom or any airprinter throughout the day. Please make sure to watch your deadlines. They will be here before you know it!


     The Lithuania Women’s scholarship is now available for Female students of Lithuanian ancestry who will be attending an accredited College or University. 

    You will need to include an Official Transcript, and a Letter of Recommendation,  along with the requirements listed in the application. Please request your transcript at least 5 days prior to the date that you will mail your application. 

    The deadline to apply is: MAY 6, 2022  APPLICATION & DETAILS

    The South Schuylkill Garden Club for a one-time Payout of $1000

    The Scholarship is to be awarded to a Senior who will attend an institution of higher learning within or in a related field of: agriculture, horticulture, floriculture, landscape architecture, conservation, forestry, botany, agronomy, plant pathology, environmental control, land-use planning, land management.

    The form details requirements, deadlines, etc.  The $1000 will be awarded to the most eligible candidate at a Club Meeting (3rd Tuesday of the month) which is convenient for that person, usually during June, July or August.


    The Schuylkill County Captain Jason Jones Military Scholarship  2022
    The scholarship is awarded in the amount of $1,000 to a qualified candidate pursuing a military career. The applicants must be candidates for graduation in 2022. The deadline to submit is Saturday, May 7, 2022.

    The application for the scholarship can be accessed and submitted through the Captain Jason Jones Memorial Foundation website below. Paper copies of the application can also be accessed for printing at the bottom of the page.
    In the event of any difficulty navigating the website, application materials can also be emailed to info@captainjasonjones.com.
    To complete the application, the following will be required:
    1.       Submission of the 2022 Schuylkill County CPT Jason Jones Military Scholarship Application
    2.       Submission of a resume (maximum of 2 pages)
    3.       Submission of two letters of recommendation from a high school teacher, coach, or other significant mentor (family members excluded) (maximum of 2 pages)



     The scholarship entitles the recipient to receive credit for tuition, books, laboratory fees or other academic costs, and room and board when housed under the control of the institution involved. Personal allowances or expense monies to the recipient of the scholarship are not permitted. The scholarship check will be sent directly to the Financial Aid Office of the institution involved, by the first week in August of the student’s first semester. This scholarship is a one-time payment made directly to the institution of higher education. In the event a recipient leaves the institution for any reason and funds of this scholarship remain as a credit to the student’s account, the institution involved shall return the balance of the scholarship to the Pennsylvania Municipal League.  
    See the attachment for the Essay theme and scholarship details. APPLY HERE

    Deadline to submit your essay to Mrs. Conville is April 1st, 2022.

    The East Penn Section of the American Society of Highway Engineers Scholarship

    The East Penn Section of the American Society of Highway Engineers has a Scholarship Program for high school seniors who are enrolled or planning to enroll in a program leading to a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering or Civil and Construction Engineering Technology.

    Attached  is a copy of scholarship program information and application.  The scholarship application will also be updated on our website soon, www.eastpenn.ashe.pro. We will continue accepting emailed applications, as started last year (please include “ASHE 2022 Scholarship” in the subject line). There is a complete application pdf file, as well as the Recommendation Form pdf that the student can forward separately to their counselor or teacher. Electronic Recommendation forms must be return emailed from the counselor/teacher’s school email to be considered valid!  

    This scholarship is ONLY available to students that attend a school in School Districts that serve Berks, Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, Monroe and Schuylkill Counties. There will be a minimum of three scholarships, and each Scholarship will be for $5,000!  FOR THE APPLICATION & INFORMATION CLICK HERE

    Applications are to be returned to the following address and must be emailed/postmarked by April 22, 2022:

     Mr. David Rostron, P.E.
    ASHE Scholarship Committee
    PennDOT Engineering District 5-0
    1002 Hamilton Street
    Allentown, Pennsylvania 18101

    The Catholic War Veterans Post 1051 of Pottsville   Veterans Memorial Scholarship Application 2022
    This award is offered to graduating Seniors who are a Direct Descendant of a Veteran. (This includes: great grandparent, grandparent, and/or parent)
    There are 2 awards at $500.00 each. 
    Recipients will be announced at Graduation.
    Applications are due in Guidance by March 17th, 2022.  APPLY HERE

    Wylonis Scholarship is now available for students. It can be found at the link below. This scholarship is awarded to one Schuylkill county resident a year that is studying a STEM major with a 3.2 GPA of higher and covers one-half of in-state tuition. The application is an on-line form with a deadline of February 28th. APPLY HERE

    Hello PAHS Seniors,
    Below you will find links to the Local scholarships and the Booklet describing the criteria to apply. Please read this booklet carefully and read the descriptions and criteria carefully. The deadline for most scholarships is March 17, 2022. Watch your deadlines.  Some scholarships are not available yet, but are described in the booklet. They will be announced when they arrive.  We encourage you to print the scholarships while you are here in school. If you are full virtual or STC and do not have access to a printer, please make a list of the scholarships you are eligible to apply for and email us. We will print them for you and will make arrangements for you to pick them up here at school. If you are in school, you may use any airprinter or print in the library.
    Best wishes,
    The Guidance Department

    Hermine Solt Student Scholarship
    Each year the PA Association of Educational Office Professionals
    (PAEOP) offers the Hermine Solt Student Scholarship which is a $500 scholarship
    for a Pennsylvania High School senior who is pursuing higher education in a
    business-related field (office technology, accounting, secretarial, business
    education (including business education teaching), business management,
    Complete details including criteria, guidelines, and scholarship application
    can be found:https://www.paeop.com/site/Default.aspx?PageID=71

    The NHS Scholarship

    Since 1946, more than $19 million in scholarships has been awarded to outstanding NHS senior members. The scholarship program is supported by the parent organization of NHS, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).

    The 2021–22 NHS Scholarship application process is now open. Eligible senior NHS members must have a verified NHS student account in order to submit an application. Learn more about student accounts, review our FAQs and review the Application Guides below to familiarize yourself with the application process.

    After setting up an account, Mrs. Babcock will receive an email to verify your enrollment in National Honor Society.

    There is no fee for students to apply for this scholarship. If you are asked to pay for any fees and/or subscriptions we do not encourage you to do this. Always check with Guidance BEFORE you progress to make sure everything is legitimate. Again, do not pay any money for any scholarship!  APPLY HERE

     Just some fun national Scholarships and Contests posted on the Class of 2022 Guidance Google Classroom today! 

    Society of Women Engineers - Lehigh Valley Professional Section  Scholarship Program
    Since 2001 a major focus of SWE-LV has been to distribute scholarships for high school senior women who intend to major in engineering at their respective college or university. Scholarship funds are provided by area businesses and all of the work for administration of the program is provided by SWE volunteers. Evaluation is based on academic achievement, extracurricular and leadership activities, an evaluation form, and an original essay.  A one-time award of up to $5,000 can be granted to the successful applicants. ​​
    Questions can be referred to the Scholarship Committee a: swelvscholarship@swe.org
    If you apply, please let Mrs. Conville know so she can upload your transcript for you. 
    Taco Bell Live Más Scholarship

    The Live Más Scholarship is for students who are pursuing higher education, preparing for the workforce, or using their passion to ignite change in their communities and beyond. We believe in you – no matter where you are in your journey, whether just recognizing your strengths and developing your passion or bringing it to life and inspiring others to join you. 

    This program is more than a scholarship. We’re not merely a one-off check writer – we’re a continued partner and collaborator who’ll be there with connections and opportunities throughout your journey to help your passion shine so brightly, it changes the world. 

    No grades, test scores or essays. The Live Más Scholarship is for students who are pursuing higher education, preparing for the workforce, or using their passion to ignite change in their communities and beyond. Submit a two-minute video telling us what you’re passionate about and how you plan to make a difference.

    It could be a short film, animation, or a simple testimonial. This isn’t about how well you can make a film—we want to learn more about you, your passion and how you plan to ignite change in your community and beyond!

    Deadline is January 11th, 2022 at 5:00pm PST  APPLY HERE



    $1,000 to $50,000 Scholarships Available Now for Your Students

    SENIORS apply today!

    High school seniors, BURGER KING® employees, their dependent children, spouses, or domestic partners in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam can apply to receive $1,000 to $50,000 scholarships for the 2021-2022 school year!

    Eligible students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent).

    Don't  miss a chance to become a BURGER KING® Scholar. APPLY HERE!


    Honors Scholars program at LCCC which offers fully funded tuition paid scholarships for Academically deserving students will be opening
    up applications for the coming year - November 1st. 

    There are several criteria to be eligible for consideration, students need only meet 1 criteria though additional benchmarks are of course helpful in consideration. 

    The schools of Carbon and Schuylkill Counties often have students who - while academically strong or gifted - miss out on scholarships for athletics, arts or civic organizations. Our Honors Scholars Program opens a
    door to a world of Academic Scholarship at some prestigious Universities by
    taking the first steps locally at LCCC. 

    Please review the program highlights in the attached link. https://www.lccc.edu/admissions/college-honors

    To be considered for the program you must meet one of the following
    entrance criteria:
    • Successful completion of AP course(s), LCCC Dual Enrollment course(s) or high school honors course(s); with a grade of A or B. 
    • Membership in the National Honor Society;
    • High school GPA of 3.5 or higher;
    • A combined score of 1200 on your SAT test (Evidence Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) and Math); or
    • Standing in the top 10% of your class.
    Students applying to the STEM Track must place into MAT 150 ,160, or higher.  
    Students who meet one of the above criteria and plan to enroll full-time at LCCC for two years before transferring are encouraged to apply. 

    For interested candidates, please email honors@lccc.edu or call 610-799-1019 to receive materials to apply.

    For more information on our Honors Scholars Program, call Admissions at
    570-225-7166 or  610-799-1575, or send an 

    e-mail to: admissions@lccc.edu or students or their families can schedule an Admissions appointment directly with. bturrano@lccc.edu 

    * The Honors scholarship will cover tuition and fees after all Federal Pell grants and
    institutional tuition only scholarships are applied. The scholarship is for
    sponsored tuition costs. Accepted students from non sponsoring school districts are
    responsible for tuition differences. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA to be
    eligible for the scholarship each semester.



    If you want to play NCAA sports at a Division I or II school, you need to register for a Certification Account with the NCAA Eligibility Center. College-bound student-athletes in Division III can also create a Profile Page to receive important updates about being a student-athlete and preparing for college. Students who are not sure which division they want to compete in can create a Profile Page and transition to a Certification Account if they decide to play Division I or II sports.

    The NCAA Eligibility Center works with you and your high school to help you prepare for life as a student-athlete. If you have questions about your eligibility or the registration process, please review our resources and frequently asked questions or call us toll free at 1-877-262-1492. International students should use our International Contact Form to reach out to staff.


    Go.Verizon.com Scholarship 

    Here are the basic details of our scholarship: 

    • Deadline: May 31, 2022
    • Amount: $1,000
    • How to apply: Fill out our application form and include your transcript and either a 300–400 word essay or a 2–3 minute video answering one of the questions listed on our site.
    • Application, eligibility, and more information: https://go.verizon.com/business/pa#scholarship
    Any high school Senior who plans to pursue a career in a Communications field (i.e. journalism, English, public relations, advertising, graphic arts, etc.) may apply for the PenSPRA Scholarship by Friday, April 23, 2022!

    Each year, PenSPRA presents two, one-year scholarships worth $1,000 each. Scholarships will be awarded to one public school student from each of PenSPRA’s two regions. The candidates should have maintained at least a 3.0 GPA and have already been accepted at or applied to a two- or four-year college, vocational-technical school or other institution of higher learning.   APPLY HERE
    The recipients will be announced in May! 





    Pottsville Area Housing Authority Scholarship  APPLY HERE
    Deadline: March 15th

    The PAHRA’s 33rd Annual Scholarship Program benefits those individuals who reside in low-income housing or a redevelopment area who wish to continue their education. The purpose of the scholarship program is to encourage higher education, develop self-sufficiency and increase self-esteem among these residents.

    Under the L. DeWitt Boosel High School student/graduate category, the following will be awarded:
    1st Place $3,000.00
    2nd Place $2,000.00
    3rd Place $1,000.00

    Under the Paul G. Pecharko Adult resident attending a post-secondary institution category, the following will be awarded:
    1st Place $3,000.00
    2nd Place $2,000.00
    3rd Place $1,000.00

    The APPLICATION must be post-marked by Monday, March 15, 2021 and mailed to:

    Housing Authority of the City of Pottsville
    Attention: Chastity LaSelva
    410 Laurel Boulevard
    Pottsville, Pa 17901
    Merit Shop Training & Research Center Scholarships
    The MSTRC Scholarships are designed to assist individuals seeking to further their education in careers in construction.
    To be eligible, applicants must either: 1. be a permanent resident in the Chapter’s service area which includes the following Pennsylvania counties: Adams, Berks, Chester, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry Schuylkill, and York; or, 2. be applying to or attending a Chapter service area trade school, college or university program that is directly related to a construction career. This includes skilled trades, engineering, architecture, and construction management.
    The Merit Shop Training and Research Center was established several years ago, by Associated Builders & Contractors, Keystone Chapter (ABC Keystone) as a non-profit fund whose mission is to provide financial assistance to students who have chosen construction-related career paths.
    The Center is funded by members of the Chapter, who have taken upon themselves the responsibility of being proactive in assisting men and women in their preparation for this industry.
    The Center has awarded over $535,850 since its inception. This program would not be possible without all of the individuals that contribute to the Center.  Applications are reviewed by distinguished industry professionals serving on the Scholarship Selection Committee of the Merit Shop Training & Research Center, Inc. The scholarships are awarded solely on the basis of merit and without regard for the race, color, religion, national origin or gender of applicants. The 2021-2022 scholarship awards application window is now open.
    Going Merry Scholarship Program
    Scholarships can be a helpful way to fund your college education. They provide you with free money that can go towards tuition or other educational expenses. To find and apply for scholarships, sign up for Going Merry (https://www.goingmerry.com) -- it’s free! Going Merry has thousands of national, regional, and local scholarships. There are also opportunities for every grade level, from freshmen to seniors. To sign up, go to: https://app.goingmerry.com/sign-up#students You can also download the Going Merry mobile app (and sign up that way) on iOS or Android. Here are some reasons why Going Merry is recommended above other scholarship sites: Scholarship bundles: You can apply to multiple scholarships using one application and the same essay prompt. Vetted scholarships: The Going Merry team personally reviews every scholarship listing on the site, to ensure the scholarship program is still active and the information is correct. Personal matching: Once signed up, you’ll answer a few questions to fill out a basic profile, and then get matched to scholarships that fit your background, academics, interests, etc. Clear organization: You can shortlist favorites and get deadline reminders about them. All drafts and applications are saved, and you’ll get updates on the scholarships you’ve applied to. Direct, auto-filled applications: You can apply to many scholarships directly on the site (with forms helpfully pre-filled). Happy applying--and good luck winning,
    United Steelworkers
                           United Steelworkers Scholarship Program Senior must be the son or daughter or legal ward of the Unites Steelworkers District 10 (Eastern) in good standing with the Local Union participating in the Scholarship Program. Deadline to apply is March 15, 2021. See the flyer for more details. USW SCHOLARSHIP FLYER
    The Lehigh Valley Professional Section of Society of Women Engineers grants scholarships to graduating high school seniors who identify as female and will enter an accredited engineering program. See the link for details and application. A one-time award of up to $5,000 will be granted to each of the successful applicants. Deadline to apply is January 31, 2022.   SWE FLYER
    There are a lot of great jobs and some that we never even thought of. In December 2019 our school was fortunate to have a presentation by Carolyn Quinn of the Economic Education Council about Hot Jobs and the trends happening right here in Northeast PA. Please enjoy this power point from her presentation and hopefully it will help with your future planning:

     Top 5 Student Financial Aid Scams & Fraud to Watch Out for CLICK HERE Remeber, if you are concerned about a website, before you pay any money sign any committments, please call your Guidance Office. They will be glad to explore these sites with you


    Imagine America FoundationWe’ve compiled a list of all the participating career colleges that offer our High School Scholarship Program, which is worth up to $1,000 toward tuition at these schools.

    This new feature makes it simple for students to browse their options for career training and quickly request information from those schools. And from there, they can submit their Imagine America scholarship application right away.

    Since 2006, we’ve processed over 12,000 scholarship applications from students in PA.  Visti us at:  https://www.imagine-america.org/high-school-scholarships-trade-schools-pennsylvania/ 


    Fostering Independence Tuition Waiver Program
    Act 16 of 2019 created the Fostering Independence Tuition Waiver Program. This program, effective 2020-21, seeks to remove barriers in accessing postsecondary education for youth who are currently in foster care or have been in foster care.

    Visit PHEAA.org/fostered to learn more and order the brand new Fostering Independent Tuition waiver brochure.

    Work Ethic Scholarship Program
    The Work Ethic Scholarship Program was created to help people get training for skilled jobs that are in demand. Since its inception, they have granted or helped facilitate the granting of more than $5 million in work ethic scholarships.

    Cameron Impact Scholarship
    The Cameron Impact Scholarship is a merit-based undergraduate scholarship for incomparable individuals who have the ability to make real, tangible contributions to their families, friends, and the greater society. Scholarship applications are now open for the Class of 2021.

    2021 College Prep Scholars Program
    The College Prep Scholars Program equips high-achieving high school juniors from low-income backgrounds with the knowledge, confidence, and resources to apply to top colleges. Applications opened in early February.


    Schuylkill Area Community Foundation – 
    Please visit https://www.sacfoundation.com/scholarships.htm#potts and click on the “Students” tab for a full listing of scholarship and award opportunities available to PAHS students.

     Don’t forget to check us out and “Like” us on our Facebook Page: https://www.sacfoundation.com



    The Wylonis Scholarship is now available for students to submit an application.
    It can be found at the link below. This scholarship is awarded to ONE Schuylkill county resident a year that is studying a STEM major with a 3.2 GPA of higher and covers one-half of in state tuition. Apply on-line by TBA


     College Board Opportunity Scholarships. This unique scholarship program guides students to complete six essential steps that move them closer to college with the opportunity to earn scholarships ranging from $500 to $40,000.* Since the start of the program last year, College Board has awarded $1,750,000 to our first 2,075 Opportunity Scholarship winners across the country.


    Oneclass.com has put together a nice list of scholarships available on a national basis.

    College Scholarships with Large Awards

    Rather than going after several smaller awards, you could focus on high-dollar opportunities. These are some of the biggest grants and scholarships for 2021, but keep in mind that the competition can be intense.

    Need-based Scholarships

    Some opportunities are focused specifically on students who need financial assistance to attend college. Here are the noteworthy need-based awards for 2021:

    Merit-based Scholarships

    For students who have good grades, awards based on academic achievement can help you get free money for college tuition. There are typically requirements that you keep your GPA up during college, so be prepared to study hard, using online resources such as OneClass to help. Here are our top academic scholarships for 2021:

    Esports Scholarships

    There’s a growing pool of money available for esports competitors, with available funds increasing five-fold in the past four years. Award rates average $4,800 per year or up to 50 percent off tuition. Below are some of the major programs to consider. Check NACE’s complete list of colleges that offer esports to see which team you might want to join.

    School-based Scholarships

    The school that you’re attending may offer its own set of awards that have been funded by alumni, local businesses, or other partners. Your application for these awards will likely begin with a FAFSA application for federal student aid. The FAFSA results will initiate your school’s internal financial aid awards process to identify your eligibility.

    Scholarships Specific to Your Major

    Does your area of study have a leading professional organization? If so, it could be a great source for noteworthy funding opportunities in your area of study.

    For example, the IEEE had funded several awards for students majoring in computational and technical degrees. In another case, marine biology students could benefit from the Marine Technology Society’s listings.

    Additionally, these opportunities have a potential secondary benefit of providing access to postgraduate fellowships or networking events, helping you fuel your career before it’s even begun.

    Athletic Scholarships

    Billions of dollars are awarded each year to student athletes, but only 2 percent of high school athletes are recruited to play college sports, according to the NCAA.

    Keep in mind that athletes who keep their grades up may have more academic security, making them eligible for merit-based opportunities if their team’s funding changes or they suffer an injury. There are many ways to get the perks of being a college athlete, even when you’re not on the team.

    OneClass also put together a list of nine top scholarship directories to search for additional opportunities.

    University HQ is your #1 resource for finding top-rated colleges and scholarships. 
    Scholarships for Seniors resource: https://universityhq.org/paying-for-college/scholarships/#k12


    Scholarship Contests & Sweepstakes

    What College Major is Right for You?



    Scholarships for 
    Art Students

     The Art Career Project will be awarding creators, makers, and emerging artists with scholarships, grants, and start-up capital to help fund their education, start a new business, or pursue the artistic careers of their dreams. Whether you are a student, entrepreneur, or experienced artist, we want to support you.





    Search Engines and Scholarship Programs

    • Scholar SnappA free, simple to use data standard that allows students to reuse their application information - including contact information, essays, transcripts, etc. - from one scholarship application to another thereby streamlining the college scholarship application process.
    • Scholly A mobile app that provides students with a fast and simple way to find scholarships for college. (Created by Christopher Gray, a Coca-Cola Scholar!)
    • Fastweb Create a profile and let fastweb do the research on scholarships, internships colleges and more for you.
    • Cash Course Information that helps college students stay financially informed.
    • Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation Educational and scholarship opportunities for students of all levels.
    • Cappex  A free website where you can learn which colleges want you, before you apply and learn about more than $11 billion in merit aid scholarships.
    • Scholarships.comA free college scholarship search and financial aid information.
    • Scholarship America  Provides information and resources for your scholarship search.
    • KnowHow2GOComplete information on college prep, whether in middle school or seniors.
    • HS Finder (Hispanic Scholarship Fund) Scholarship information for Latino students.
    • Thurgood Marshall College Fund Provides scholarships, programmatic and capacity building support to the 47 public Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
    • Gates Millennium Scholars Provides outstanding low income African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students with an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any discipline they choose.
    • Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund The nations largest non-profit organization devoted to providing college scholarships for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI).
    • American Indian College Fund Provides Native American students with scholarships and financial support for the nation's 33 accredited tribal colleges and universities.
    • Dell Scholars Program Recognizes academic potential and determination in students that have a definite need for financial assistance.
    • UNCF Awards 10,000 students each year through 400 scholarship and internship programs so that students from low- and moderate-income families can afford college tuition, books and room and board.
    • Chegg  A place to connect with scholarships and learn about colleges.
    • FinAid Links to scholarships, grants, loans, and graduate aid.
    • StudentAid.gov Information from the U.S. Department of Education on preparing for and funding education beyond high school.
    • College Affordability Guide This site mission is to provide clear, correct info and advice on the many options students have to reduce the cost of their degree, and to offer a fresh analysis of which colleges are doing the most to make high-quality education affordable.
    • Outside Scholarships     http://outsidescholarships.org/
    • How-To Programs and Books

      The Scholarship Workshop Scholarship information from an award-winning author and scholarship win

      The Scholarship Academy Offers curriculum to help students identify tailored scholarship options and build solid scholarship profile.