Help finance your education by applying for scholarships today.
No question, college is costly. But many types of scholarships are available to help offset your costs. The more scholarships you apply for, the more likely you are to win one. Get started today by considering the options below. And be sure to check at your college and in your community for additional opportunities.
Choose from one of the following categories to find the right scholarships for you:
- Davidson Fellows Scholarship
Awarded to students 18 years and younger who have completed a significant piece of work in mathematics, science, literature, music, technology, or philosophy.
- LULAC National Educational Service Centers Scholarship Fund
National Scholastic Achievement Awards and Honors Awards are given each year based on high school GPA and standardized test scores. General Awards are presented based on integrity, sincerity, motivation, community involvement, leadership, need, and academic performance.
- AXA Achievement Scholarship
Awarded to students with outstanding achievement in school, work, and community service.
- Best Buy @15™ Scholarships
Awarded to students based on academic achievements, volunteer experience, and work efforts.
- Coca-Cola Scholars Program Scholarship
Awarded to 250 high school seniors each year. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, as well as evidence of community service, leadership, character, and extracurricular activities.
- Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Competition
Awarded to 500 high school seniors each year based on academic scholarship, leadership, and financial need. Contact your local Elks lodge or e-mail email@example.com for additional information.
- Gates Millennium Scholars Program
Full-ride scholarships are awarded to high school seniors who have demonstrated leadership in extracurricular activities and community service and who meet Federal Pell Grant eligibility requirements.
- Lowe’s Scholarship Program
Awarded to high school students with a history of academic excellence, leadership activities, community service, and/or community work experience.
- National Collegiate Athletic Association
Available to athletes at Division I and Division II schools. Please check with your colleges to see if they work with the NCAA to provide athletic scholarships.
- National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
Available to athletes in NAIA Division I and II sports programs. Please check with your colleges to see if they participate in this program.
- National Junior College Athletic Association
Available to athletes attending two-year colleges. Grant-in-aid scholarships may be available for Division I and II sports programs.
- Women’s Sports Foundation
Offers grants and financial assistance to female athletes.
- Free Application Form for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Offers federally funded financial assistance for postsecondary education to eligible students and families. FSA partners with postsecondary schools, financial institutions, and others to deliver services to students and families who are paying for college.