• What is a scholarship? 

    Simply put, a scholarship is money to help pay for your education. Unlike loans, scholarships aren’t repaid, and they are awarded for many things: 

    • Academic performance (also referred to as merit)
    • Financial need
    • Athletic performance
    • Special talents and affiliations
    • And more

    Most scholarships require students to submit an application. The application may require an essay, a portfolio, a letter of recommendation or nomination by a teacher or School Counselor, or additional documents / creations. Please note that some scholarships require you to obtain a certain GPA throughout college, or else you could lose the funding, or worse, pay back the funds.

  • National Scholarships

  • State Scholarships

  • Local Scholarships

  • College/University Specific Scholarships