Login | Register
 Scholarships

Scholarships for High School and College Students

Virginia Commonwealth Award Program
$5,000
The purpose of the Virginia Commonwealth Award is to assist undergraduate students with financial need and graduate students to pay part of their college costs. The funds are appropriated directly to each state-supported institution. Funds may be used for need-based grants to Virginia resident undergraduates or for grants or assistantships to graduate students (both in-state and out-of-state). The law requires that the awards to undergraduates be proportional to need so that the students with the greatest need receive the largest awards.Application ProcessThis program does not have a separate application; students must complete the FAFSA or VASA application to be considered....
Deadline
Mar 01, 2024
Louise Lightner Jamison Scholarship
$1,500
The Louise Lightner Jamison Scholarship Fund was established to provide scholarships to benefit high school seniors residing in Prince William County, with a preference for those residing in the Haymarket and Gainesville regions of the County, that will advance their education through the pursuit of an undergraduate degree in the field of education. The Fund was created in honor of Louise Lightner Jamison, the sister of Helen Ray, who was a dedicated educator of young children within the Haymarket region for 42 years. Scholarship awards are made with consideration for involvement in community and extracurricular activities and academic achievement.CriteriaCurrent plans...
Deadline
Mar 14, 2024
AGCVA Valley District Zachary Fletchall Memorial Construction Scholarships
$1,000
These scholarships are provided by the AGCVA Valley District in memory of Zachary Fletchall (Harman Construction), the president of the Valley District at the time of his death.Students and/or others working towards a career change, who reside in a county within the Valley District (Augusta, Clarke, Frederick, Highland, Page, Rockingham, Shenandoah, and Warren counties) are encouraged to apply. The application provides the full qualifications for the ideal candidate(s).The AGCVA Valley District Zachary Fletchall Memorial Construction Scholarships are funded by the AGCVA Valley District. Each scholarship will be $1,000.Eligibility:Applicant must be a citizen of the United States.Applicant must be a full-time...
Deadline
Feb 29, 2024
Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation
$20,000
The Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation’s scholarships are awarded to encourage students from Hawaiʻi to work towards a career in Business. Each scholarship recipient from the 2024 cohort will receive $20,000 over four years (or a pro-rated amount over fewer years).The Foundation awards scholarships to the most deserving applicants on the basis of academic standing, leadership ability, financial need, and a commitment to pursue a career in Business. This year, 10 students were awarded the Fukunaga Scholarship.PURPOSEThe Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation's scholarships are awarded to encourage high school students in the State of Hawaii who intend to have a career in Business to...
Deadline
Feb 22, 2024
Allied Healthcare Scholarship Program
$25,000
The Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) works to increase and diversify California's healthcare workforce by providing scholarships and loan repayments to health professional students and graduates who provide direct patient care in those communities. The purpose of the Allied Healthcare Scholarship Program (AHSP) is to increase the number of appropriately trained allied professionals providing direct patient care in an underserved area or qualified facility within California.  Those awarded the Allied Healthcare Scholarship may receive up to $15,000 for Non-Behavioral Health Professions and up to $25,000 for Behavioral Health Professions.  Exception: Certified Nursing Assistants may also receive up...
Deadline
Feb 22, 2024
Herman M. Holloway, Sr. Memorial Scholarship
$29,344
Merit scholarship for high school seniors who plan to attend the Delaware State UniversityEligibility:High school seniors with an unweighted cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 and a combined score of at least 1000 on the SAT or the equivalent score on the ACTEnroll full-time at Delaware State UniversityMust file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid ( FAFSA ) prior to the application deadlineAward:Full tuition, required fees, room, board, and books at the Delaware State UniversityRenewable for up to three additional years with a cumulative GPA of 3.0One award/yearTo Apply:Complete online application and add your activitiesProvide academic information to the...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge
$20,000
M3 Challenge spotlights applied mathematics as a powerful problem-solving tool.The specific real-world problem that is posed each year is unknown to participants until they login during the Challenge weekend.Entirely internet-basedNo registration or participation feesFlexible work timeEligibilityHigh school juniors and seniors (U.S.) and sixth-form students (England and Wales) are eligible.Scholarship PrizesWinning teams receive scholarship prizes totaling over $100,000.Register nowRegistration for M3 Challenge 2024 is open through February 23, 2024.
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
National Association of Black Accountants Scholarship Program
$10,000
Through the generous contributions of individuals, groups, and organizations that share NABA’s desire to break through the economic barriers students of color often experience, as we as NABA’s mission to create a pathway for future Black Business Leaders, NABA offers an average of 150 scholarships annually ranging from $1,000 to $10,000.Eligibility:  Identify as Black, African American or of African descentBe an active NABA student member, whose membership dues have been received by NABA’s National OfficeEnrolled at an accredited 2-year college or 4-year university based in the United StatesDisplay overall academic excellenceRequirements:Complete an online applicationCurrent academic transcriptResume1 letter of recommendation2 short...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
AMS Scholarship for Underserved Communities
$6,000
The AMS Scholarship for Underserved Communities will award funding to students who have been traditionally underrepresented in the sciences, especially Hispanic, Native American, and Black/African American students. Funding for the scholarships is provided through donations made to the AMS Annual Giving Program. The American Meteorological Society (AMS) is committed to, and benefits from the full and equitable participation of a diverse community. AMS is committed to advancing core values of diversity, inclusion, and equity across all aspects of the atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences.EligibilityApplicants must be U.S. citizens or hold permanent resident status.Students who will be entering their freshman year...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
Charles L. Hebner Memorial Scholarship
$1,250
In honor of the former Speaker of the State House of RepresentativesMerit scholarship for high school seniors attending an accredited institution full-time in an undergraduate program.Eligibility:High school seniors with an unweighted cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 and a combined score of at least 1290 on the SAT or the equivalent score on the ACTEnrolled as a full-time student in an undergraduate degree programAward:$1,250/yearRenewable for up to three additional years with a cumulative GPA of 3.0Approximately 30 awards/yearTo Apply:Complete online applicationProvide academic information to the Delaware Higher Education OfficePlease Note:   All application materials must be submitted by 4:30pm on...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
Oklahoma Hall of Fame Scholarship
$8,000
Every year the Oklahoma Hall of Fame makes available cash scholarships and tuition grants to Oklahoma high school students. Through the Oklahoma Scholarship Competition, students in grades 9 through 12 test their knowledge on Oklahoma history, geography, and its people. Students compete for scholarships in the county in which they attend school. Those with high scores in each county receive a minimum of a $1,000 cash scholarship or tuition grant to an Oklahoma college or university. Each of Oklahoma’s 77 counties has at least 10 scholarships available, ranging from $1,000 to $8,000. Scholarships are made possible through generous donations by individuals,...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Scholarship
$6,000
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Scholarship Program encourages Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) students to become educators, school nurses, school counselors or school therapists and to promote professional growth for BIPOC teachers and Education Support Professionals (ESP) members.Eligibility To be eligible, the applicant must be:Pursuing a degree, credential or certification for a teaching-related career in public education in an accredited institution of higher educationA member of a defined BIPOC group: (African American/Black, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian/Pacific Islander or Hispanic)Enrolled for summer or fall semester of 2024The applicant must also be one of the following:An active member of CTAA...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
ELCA Fund for Leaders Scholarships
$5,000
Fund for Leaders has been offering scholarships for students at ELCA seminaries who are pursuing rostered ministry in the ELCA since 2000. In the 2023-2024 academic year alone, the fund will provide nearly $3.1 million in scholarships to 345 ELCA seminary students.Eligibility and selection criteria vary across the different types of scholarships available. Read on for more details.The ELCA Fund for Leaders Direct Full-Tuition Scholarship is for students who are beginning a full-time degree program at an ELCA seminary and have begun the ELCA candidacy process in order to become a rostered pastor or deacon in the ELCA. Fund for...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
AAUW Minneapolis Branch Scholarships
$19,000
Annually, the Scholarship Fund of the Minneapolis Branch of AAUW offers four, four-year scholarships to young women graduating from any Minneapolis Public High School with a GPA of at least 3.0, a documented financial need, and with the goal of attaining a Baccalaureate degree at an accredited institution. Applicants should show demonstrated ability in college-level coursework (i.e. IB, AP, PSEO, CIS, etc.).In 2024, scholarship recipients will receive $4,000 annually. If the scholar is a student in good academic standing at her college or university, the scholarship will be renewed each of the following three years. The maximum that each scholar...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
HMSA Kaimana Scholarships
$5,000
The HMSA Kaimana Awards & Scholarship Program honors high school seniors and their schools for excellence in academics, athletics, community service, healthy activities, and sportsmanship.HMSA Kaimana ScholarshipsThe HMSA Kaimana Scholarships reward students who not only shine in the classroom and the playing field, but also in their communities through volunteer work. Recipients can use their scholarships to pay for higher education, including tuition, books, computers, and room and board. Scholarship use is subject to National Collegiate Athletic Association rules and regulations for those who participate in collegiate sports.Eligible students must:Graduate from a Hawaii high school in 2024.Have a 2.75 or...
Deadline
Feb 23, 2024
Washington and Lee University
Lexington, VA
Students: 1,820
Tuition: $57,285
Washington and Lee University is a private nonprofit institution located in Lexington, VA. The school has approximately 1820 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $145,228. The average age of students entering Washington and Lee University is 19. The most popular programs at the Washington and Lee University are: Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services (34%), Social Sciences (18%), Biological And Biomedical Sciences (11%), Communication, Journalism, And Related Programs (6%) and Engineering (4%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 33
SAT: 1451
University of Virginia-Main Campus
Charlottesville, VA
Students: 17,076
Tuition: $52,843
University of Virginia-Main Campus is a public institution located in Charlottesville, VA. The school has approximately 17076 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $100,900. The average age of students entering University of Virginia-Main Campus is 20. The most popular programs at the University of Virginia-Main Campus are: Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities (20%), Social Sciences (16%), Engineering (12%), Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services (9%) and Biological And Biomedical Sciences (6%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 32
SAT: 1426
William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA
Students: 6,217
Tuition: $46,854
William & Mary is a public institution located in Williamsburg, VA. The school has approximately 6217 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $114,454. The average age of students entering William & Mary is 20. The most popular programs at the William & Mary are: Social Sciences (24%), Biological And Biomedical Sciences (12%), Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services (11%), Psychology (7%) and Parks, Recreation, Leisure, And Fitness Studies (7%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 32
SAT: 1411
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA
Students: 901
Tuition: $56,862
California Institute of Technology is a private nonprofit institution located in Pasadena, CA. The school has approximately 901 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $74,239. The average age of students entering California Institute of Technology is 19. The most popular programs at the California Institute of Technology are: Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services (35%), Engineering (26%), Physical Sciences (24%), Mathematics And Statistics (8%) and Biological And Biomedical Sciences (7%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 36
SAT: 1566
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA
Students: 4,360
Tuition: $53,450
Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a private nonprofit institution located in Cambridge, MA. The school has approximately 4360 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $86,739. The average age of students entering Massachusetts Institute of Technology is 19. The most popular programs at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are: Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services (36%), Engineering (33%), Physical Sciences (9%), Mathematics And Statistics (7%) and Biological And Biomedical Sciences (6%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 35
SAT: 1550
University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
Students: 7,010
Tuition: $60,552
University of Chicago is a private nonprofit institution located in Chicago, IL. The school has approximately 7010 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $100,617. The average age of students entering University of Chicago is 20. The most popular programs at the University of Chicago are: Social Sciences (34%), Biological And Biomedical Sciences (12%), Mathematics And Statistics (10%), Physical Sciences (7%) and Public Administration And Social Service Professions (7%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 35
SAT: 1537
Harvey Mudd College
Claremont, CA
Students: 827
Tuition: $58,660
Harvey Mudd College is a private nonprofit institution located in Claremont, CA. The school has approximately 827 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $123,784. The average age of students entering Harvey Mudd College is 19. The most popular programs at the Harvey Mudd College are: Engineering (33%), Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (25%), Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services (23%), Physical Sciences (8%) and Biological And Biomedical Sciences (8%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 35
SAT: 1534
Rice University
Houston, TX
Students: 4,052
Tuition: $51,107
Rice University is a private nonprofit institution located in Houston, TX. The school has approximately 4052 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $84,484. The average age of students entering Rice University is 20. The most popular programs at the Rice University are: Engineering (17%), Social Sciences (13%), Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services (12%), Biological And Biomedical Sciences (12%) and Parks, Recreation, Leisure, And Fitness Studies (9%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 35
SAT: 1533
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD
Students: 5,752
Tuition: $54,160
Johns Hopkins University is a private nonprofit institution located in Baltimore, MD. The school has approximately 5752 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $104,768. The average age of students entering Johns Hopkins University is 21. The most popular programs at the Johns Hopkins University are: Engineering (21%), Biological And Biomedical Sciences (20%), Social Sciences (13%), Health Professions And Related Programs (10%) and Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services (7%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 35
SAT: 1532
Duke University
Durham, NC
Students: 6,650
Tuition: $57,633
Duke University is a private nonprofit institution located in Durham, NC. The school has approximately 6650 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $95,583. The average age of students entering Duke University is 21. The most popular programs at the Duke University are: Social Sciences (18%), Engineering (15%), Biological And Biomedical Sciences (14%), Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services (12%) and Public Administration And Social Service Professions (11%).
Exam Scores
ACT: 35
SAT: 1530
Franklin W Olin College of Engineering
Needham, MA
Students: 290
Tuition: $57,356
Franklin W Olin College of Engineering is a private nonprofit institution located in Needham, MA. The school has approximately 290 undergraduate students. The school offers students degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $107,676. The average age of students entering Franklin W Olin College of Engineering is 20. The most popular programs at the Franklin W Olin College of Engineering are: Engineering (100%), .
Exam Scores
ACT: 35
SAT: 1521