Please note that not all sites are reputable, so investigate them carefully. If they charge a fee, they are not helping you; you are helping them. No scholarship should ever charge a fee or require credit card or bank account numbers. There are many free scholarship search sites on the internet. Exception: The State of Kansas student Aid Application http://www.kansasregents.org requires a legitimate $12.00 non-refundable application fee.
Please check the admissions site of the college you are interested in. This area will be updated as we receive college scholarship information.
This website provides links to 200 free scholarships for minority students in all disciplines of study.
This website offers a free search engine of over 850,000 local, state, and national scholarships and grant money. This site also identifies scholarships based on academics, community service activities, talents, and interests.
This website allows users to complete a profile and find colleges and scholarships that are tailored to their needs.
CAREER ONE STOP
This site provides a scholarship search database of over 5,000 scholarships, fellowships, loans, and other financial aid opportunities. Users can search by category or by keyword.
COCA-COLA SCHOLARS FOUNDATION
Each year, the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
awards 150 college scholarships worth $20,000 to high school students across the United States through the Coca-Cola Scholars Program. Students need a 3.0 GPA and to fill out an online application
that requires no essays, no recommendations, and no transcripts by October 31, 2020, at 5 p.m. Eastern.
College Answer, provided by Sallie Mae, gives families and students information on how to find scholarships and navigate the financial aid process.
COLLEGE BOARD SCHOLARSHIPS & AID
This website includes information on college scholarships, how to apply, and a free scholarship search engine and other information important to the financial aid process.
COLLEGES, COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS, AND FINANCIAL AID
This site is designed to offer college-bound students and parents easy access to information on U.S. colleges and universities, free college scholarship and financial aid searches, plus SAT and ACT test preparation tips.
This website is an online college advisor that matches interests to colleges and provides information on chances at college admission.
This website allows students to explore college, major, and career options and matches students' specific needs and interests.
COLLEGE GUIDANCE CONSULTANTS
This site provides information and a list of scholarships that schools can access for a yearly fee, and the list is updated regularly throughout the year.
This website includes a list of currently open scholarships as well as a free online searchable database. This site breaks scholarships down by topics, such as a regional scholarships, art and writing scholarships, student athletes, etc.
This website allows students to browse scholarships by category, and it also provides resources about how to write scholarships essays.
CULINARY ARTS SCHOLARSHIPS
This website includes a list of businesses and organizations that provide scholarships to students interested in attending a culinary program of study.
DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, Inc.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has established a scholarship fund for African-American female high school seniors who wish to enroll in a four-year degree program, on a full-tim basis, at an accredited college.
FASTAID FREE SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH
This website is the world's largest and oldest private-sector scholarship database. It boasts twenty years of scholarship research that is regularly updated.
Fastweb includes tools to help students search for college scholarships by interest. After completing a profile, students are able to find scholarships that meet their goals and activities. Students can search, find, and apply to scholarships from one website.
This website links to a free scholarship search engine, but also provides a list of less commonly found scholarships. This includes unusual scholarships, full tuition academic scholarships, and scholarships for average students.
FINANCIAL SCHOLARS ESSAY SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST
The Office of the State Bank Commissioner, the Kansas Insurance Department, and its division, the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner are sponsoring an essay contest to award up to five scholarships to Kansas high school seniors who, through school course, independent study, and personal experience, have gained an understanding of money management and can demonstrate that knowledge and the importance it will have in their future.
This is a national database of scholarship listings. The site includes scholarship lists based on majors, religion, athletics, minorities, state, military, and sorority and fraternity life.
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION FINANCIAL AID
This site is a resource for financial aid, college scholarship, and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad. The site includes a comprehensive college scholarship search and grant listings as well as international student loan programs.
JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AND FINANCIAL AID
Please encourage your JCCC-bound students to apply for 2020-21 scholarships today. There are millions of dollars available for a variety of degree and program areas. With just one application, students could be eligible for hundreds of JCCC scholarships. An official seventh semester high school transcript is required. Students should also complete their 2020-21 FAFSA by the March 15 priority deadline for need-based scholarship consideration. See jccc.edu/FinancialAid
for the step-by-step process.
For more information, contact JCCC Financial Aid at 913-469-3840 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE KELLY LYNN LUTZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Kelly Lynn Lutz (KLL) was an amazing woman who lost her battle to breast cancer at the young age of 40. She left behind a locing family including two young children. The KLL Memorial Foundation 50I(c)3 was established to provide scholarships and financial assistance for students and families suffering from cancer related illnesses. Students pursuing secondary education are eligible for up to a 4 year scholarship if they have lost a parent or caretaker to cancer.
LAWRENCE LATINX YOUTH COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP
The Lawrence Latinx Youth Council
is a group of Latinx and Hispanic professionals dedicated to four focus areas: fundraising, scholarships, mentorship, and advocacy. Our mission is to partner with the Lawrence community to provide mentorship and educational resources for Latinx Youth. We define Latinx as inclusive and stand in solidarity with Indigenous, Afro-Latinx, LGBTQ+, and differently-abled members of our community.
Please use the general application to apply for this scholarship and attach the answers to THESE QUESTIONS
to the application.
This site is a complete listing of merit scholarships and academic scholarships from colleges and universities across the USA. It allows students to complete a profile for a direct search, or allows aid to be searched for by school name.
MESOTHELIOMA DOT NET SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY
Mesothelioma.net provides information and support for people with mesothelioma. This coming fall semester, and in an effort to further education, they are awarding $2000 to families and students fighting cancer.
MESOTHELIOMA CANCER ALLIANCE
The Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance is dedicated to providing information for those diagnosed with mesothelioma. They are awarding $4,000 per semester to a student who has dealt with cancer, personally or within the family, in an effort to help them further their education.
Here’s a link to information for scholarships and financial aid for students who are military dependents.
MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTION SCHOLARSHIP RESERVATION
MINORITY STUDENT FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITIES
NACAC FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES
NACAC, The National Association for College Admission Counseling, provides a list of resources on how to pay for college, as well as links to specific scholarships and scholarships databases.
NAVAL RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (NROTC)
Great for Juniors and Seniors! Juniors need to apply in April and Seniors should apply by December 31st. The Navy offers 1,500 scholarships each year.
PETERSON'S PAY FOR SCHOOL
This site provides a free, searchable scholarship and grant database as well as offering information to students on federal student aid.
PRINCETON REVIEW SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID
This site includes information on federal student aid, FAFSA, a free scholarship search database, and articles on how to find more aid for students.
Provides a searchable database of over 2.7 million scholarships and grants worth over $19 billion. Students can search for state, local, and national scholarships and can review results by deadline, dollar amount, and more.
This site provides information on current, open scholarships based on availability to the public or special interest groups.
This site includes a free, easy, fast scholarship database. Students complete a profile and then are connected to scholarship matches. The database is constantly updated providing accurate, current information.
This site provide an online scholarship search, information on scholarships, and boot camp.
This site is a list of scholarships for undergraduate minority scholars interested in science, engineering, and technology.
This site allows students and parents to search for private and federal student loans and to learn about loans and the financial aid process.
STUDENT AID ON THE WEB
This site includes information from the federal government on federal student aid, including guides to FAFSA, information on federal grants and loans, as well as a Scholarship Wizard.
We Magazine is a list of 100 grants, loans, and scholarships for women.
This site includes a student center where students can learn how to prepare and pay for college. This site also contains a scholarship search engine for students to browse scholarships or generally search.
Zinch is an online scholarship database. Students complete a profile and are connected to a host of scholarship opportunities.