If you have a strong academic record or special talent, you may qualify for a scholarship. Scholarships are typically awarded for achievement or merit, and they come from the College, as well as the government, individuals, and private organizations. A few options:
In addition to thoroughly and completely filling out appropriate academic and textbook scholarship applications, there are additional requirements to be considered for scholarships:
Local/Regional Scholarship Programs
Outside Resource for Scholarships
Fisher House Foundation offers scholarships for children of fallen or disabled service members.
Women's Retail Network offers scholarships for female students interested in Automotive Retail dealership careers
www.blackexcel.org/200-Scholarships.html–200 Scholarships for Minorities
Scholarship Guide for African American students
www.thanksusa.org/scholarship-program.html more than 3000 scholarships for dependents & spouses of U.S. military service personnel
http://www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/scholarships-for-women scholarships for women
http://www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/financial-aid-minorities/ scholarships for minorities
http://www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/financial-aid-hispanic-students/ scholarships for Hispanic students
Scholarships and Resources for Women
Women in Computer Science scholarships
Various External Scholarships Available
www.maldef.org offers scholarship resources for immigrants and undocumented students
Mass Mutual Scholars Program scholarship for sophomores interested in pursuing careers in the insurance and financial services industry. deadline March 31st.
Stratton/Tipton Scholarship awarded to high school senior and one currently enrolled student pursuing a degree, diploma or certificate in the field of Career & Technical education from any post-secondary institution in Kentucky. deadline April 30th.
SR Education Group education publisher scholarship contests