|April 1||4-H Scholarships||$1,000||
For Colorado 4-H members
For vocational training as heavy equipment technician.
For college-bound seniors whose lives have been impacted
For students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
|March 27||$250||Eligible Native American|
|June 15||AIGC Accenture American Indian Scholarship Program||Varies||
Senior who is a member of a U.S Federally Recognized American Indian Tribe
|February 1||AXA Achievement Community Scholarship||$2,500||For seniors who demonstrate outstanding achievement in
school, community, or work
|December 15||AXA Achievement Scholarship||$25,000||For achievements which empower society|
|June 12||Abbot & Fenner Scholarship||$1,000||
Available to high school juniors and seniors. Must write an essay response to question on website. .
|N/A||Actuarial Scholarships||Varies||List of scholarships for actuarial students.
|March 1||Adams State University Scholarships||Varies||Merit based scholarships with many others open
through the ASU Foundation
|February 28||Aims Community College Scholarships||Varies||Scholarships through Aims Community College
|February 1||Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholarship and Journalism Conference||$1,000||For high school juniors with a passion for journalism
|May 31||Al's Formal Wear||$2,500||Application includes a 500 word essay.
|May 20||Alert Magazine Essay Scholarship||$500||For high school seniors. Submit
an essay about a personal
experience you or someone you know
has had with drugs or alcohol. Include
how the situation was handled.
|April 14||Alexander Foundation Scholarship for LGBT Teens||Varies||The recipient must be a Colorado resident and must be LGBT.
|November 13||Allegra Ford Scholarship||$2,500||Scholarship available to a student with
demonstrated learning disabilities
who plans to attend a 2 year
|January 9||Alliance for Young Artists and Writers Scholastic: Art Award Scholarship||Varies||Works to provide scholarships for students
who are college-bound Scholastic Contest
|December 16||Alliance for Young Artists and Writers: Scholastic Writing Awards Scholarship||Varies||Works to provide scholarships for students
who are college-bound Scholastic Contest
|March 20||Alpha Kappa Alpha Epsilon Nu Omega Senior Girls Award||$2,000||Scholarships for senior, African American females,
who are high achieving, have leadership skills,
service, and have outstanding recognition.
|January 15||Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity-Delta Psi Lambda Chapter Scholarship||Varies||For African American Male Seniors who
demonstrate excellence in scholarship and
|March 1||American Chemical Society (ACS) Scholars Program||$2,500||Scholarships for underrepresented minority students wanting
to enter fields in the chemical sciences
|May 1||American College Foundation Visionary Scholarship Program||$5,000||For high school freshman, sophomores, and juniors
|March 1||American Council of the Blind (ABC)||$3,500||For students who have been accepted to an
accredited college/university and are legally
blind in both eyes.
||American Fire Sprinkler Association||$2,000||For seniors. Applicants must read an essay
and answer questions which follow regarding
automatic fire sprinklers.
|February 6||American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) Scholarship Program||Varies||For dependents of US Foreign Service
employees who are AFSA Members
|May 31||American Foundation for the Blind Scholarships||Varies||See website for details|
|May 31||American Indian College Fund Scholarships||$8,500||Several listed scholarships on website for
students who are American Indian or Alaska
|March 1||American Legion Auxiliary Children Of Warriors National President's Scholarships||$3,500||For seniors who are children, grandchildren, or
great-grandchildren of veterans who served in
the armed forces (during eligibility dates-see
|March 1||American Legion Auxiliary Spirit of Youth Scholarship for Junior Members||$5,000||For seniors who are Junior Members of the
American Legion Auxiliary.
|May 1||American Legion Colorado Boys State||Varies||For Junior boys who apply to attend Colorado
Boys State, apply by April 30.
|April 15||American Legion Legacy Scholarship||Varies||Must be the child of a fallen United States
|April 1||American Medical Technologists (AMT) Scholarship||$500||Applicant must pursue a degree in one of the
disciplines certified by the American Medical
|February 11||American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC) Mile High Chapter John C. Scott Scholarships||$1,500||For seniors preparing for career in accounting or
||American Veterans (AMVETS) National Scholarship Program||$1,000||Scholarships to veterans/active military, their
sons, daughters, or grand-children.
|April 19||Americas Childrens Education (ACE) Foundation Scholarship||Varies||Scholarship for any accredited institution of
higher learning. Scholarships awarded on a
basis of criteria.
|November 13||Anne Ford Scholarship Award||$2,500||Awarded to a graduating high school senior
with documented learning disabilities who is
going to be enrolled in a full time bachelor's
degree program in the fall of 2016.
|April 1||Arapahoe Community College Scholarships||Varies||Offers various scholarships through Arapahoe
|N/A||Art Institutes National Competitions & Scholarships||$25,000||Several different scholarships and competitions
that have specific requirements and deadlines.
|May 3||Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)||$5,000||For high school seniors interested in pursuing
journalism in college.
|March 31||Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Bob Piper Construction Education Scholarship||$1,000||Seniors planning to pursue post-secondary
education in a construction-related field.
|March 25||Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind||$1,000||For students who are legally blind and will
study for a career in the field of services to the
blind or visually impaired.
|June 1||Association on American Indian Affairs Scholarships||$1,500||For students who are enrolled in a tribe from the
continental US or Alaska.
|June 30||Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship||Varies||Must indicate a sincere interest in an automotive
career. Multiple scholarships are listed.
|N/A||BMI Foundation Music Scholarships||Varies||Several Scholarships listed on website. The BMI
Foundation is a non-profit corporation who is dedicated to
encouraging the creation, performance, and study of
|March 1||Ball Corporation John W. Fisher Corporation Scholarship||$3,000||Student must be a child of an active, regular, full-time
employee of the Ball Corporation.
||Barbizon Modeling & Acting Centers Scholarship||$100,000||One winner drawn every other year.
||Better Business Bureau (BBB) Foundation Student of Integrity Scholarship||$2,500||For economically disadvantaged students who have
demonstrated character, leadership, and ethical values.
|June 19||Big Sun Athletic Scholarship||$500||All student athletes eligible regardless of the sport
they participate in.
|November 1||Boettcher Scholarship||Varies||For seniors who have lived in Colorado throughout
their junior and senior years.
||Brayman Beach Scholarship||$5,000||Must be a U.S. Citizen at least 16 years old. Must be
a member of the Colorado credit union affiliated with
Credit Union Association of Colorado. Must be interested
in pursuing a business degree.
||Buick Achievers Scholarship Program||$25,000||For college bound seniors who plan on majoring in
science, technology, engineering, math, business,
administration, finance, marketing, or design AND
are interested in a career in the automotive or related
|December 15||$1,000||Offers general and employee scholarships.|
|March 1||$10,000||Established to help aspiring computer scientists excel in
technology and become leaders in the field.
||$5,000||Must be 1/4 or more degree American Indian. Must be
an enrolled member in a U.S.Tribe.
|July 3||$1,000||For students age 6-21 who have started their own business.|
|September 15||$18,000||For college-bound high school seniors with financial need
and an interest in working for the CIA. Requires relocating to Washington, DC
|March 16||$1,000||For graduating seniors who have received treatment for
congenital heart defects/disease or an acquired heart-related
condition OR the sibling of someone who has received
|N/A||$2,500||Provides free Christian College information.When viewing
part of the website you are entered into the drawing.
|April 20||$3,000||For seniors who plan to pursue engineering or chemistry
at the University of Denver or Colorado School of Mines,
scholarship amount depends on school.
|October 31||Coca-Cola Scholars Program||$20,000||Seniors with a 3.0 GPA or better. Show leadership,
academic achievement, and motivation to succeed.
|April 30||Colorado 99s Future Woman Pilot Scholarship||$2,000||Colorado Resident. Scholarship to assist female pilots in
completing their Private Pilot Certificate.
|February 1||Colorado Association of Career Colleges (CACCS) Scholarship||$1,000||Scholarship for vocational, technical, art institutes, and
business colleges that are members of the Colorado
Association of Career Colleges and Schools.
|January 15||Colorado College Scholarships||Varies||Financial aid website for Colorado College, lists many
scholarships and grants.
|January 29||Colorado Council Volunteerism & Community Service Scholarship||$1,500||For high school seniors. To encourage and reward college-bound youth who likewise are committed to volunteerism and community service.|
|March 10||Colorado County Clerks Association (CCCA) Scholarships||$1,000||For seniors with community involvement with an
interest in government, business, or political science.
|March 31||Colorado Education Association Ethnic Minority Scholarship||$1,000||Ethnic minority senior whose parent or guardian is a
member of Colorado Education Association who are
planning to pursue a career in education.
Services & Development
|$1,000||High school senior of color, first generation to attend college
with a financial need.
||Colorado Education and Training Voucher Program||$5,000||The Colorado ETV Program is federally funded, to help
youth who are current or former foster students.
|March 31||Colorado Educational Services and Development Association (CESDA) Diversity Scholarship||$1,000||To be eligible, the student must be a first generation
student or a member of an underrepresented ethnic or
|March 15||Colorado Garden Foundation (AKA The Colorado Garden Show)||Varies||Four year scholarship for Colorado residents including
tuition, fees, room and board, and all required books for
four years at a public Colorado college or university.
Student must major in the field of horticulture.
|March 7||Colorado High School Press Association (CHSPA) Scholarship||$1,500||
Two scholarships offered to any Colorado high school student who will graduate from a Colorado high school in the spring of 2016 Have held at least one leadership position (e.g. editor, president, treasurer, etc.) in a student media organization like the high school newspaper, yearbook or media club during their senior year. Will attend an accredited four-year college or university in Colorado in the fall of 2016
|March 23||Colorado Lions Foundation Educational Scholarship Endowment||$2,500||For seniors who are accepted to an accredited institution
of high education. Need to be sponsored by a Lion,
Lioness, or Lions Club.
|February 14||Colorado Mesa University||Varies||Website has links to all scholarships offered through
Colorado Mesa University
|March 1||Colorado Mountain College Scholarships||Varies||Website lists scholarships offered through Colorado
|March 1||Colorado Northwestern Community College Scholarships||Varies||Website lists scholarships offered through Colorado
Northwestern Community College.
|April 4||Colorado Restaurant Association Undergraduate Scholarship||$2,000||Scholarships awarded to students in the
foodservice/hospitality management programs.
|March 1||Colorado School of Mines Scholarships||Varies||Any prospective freshman who is a US citizen or
permanent resident and is admitted by March 1
will be considered.
|May 1||Colorado State Fair Fiesta Queen Pageant||$2,500||Student must be of Hispanic descent between the ages
of 18 and 22. Must also be a US Citizen and Colorado
resident with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
|March 1||Colorado State University ECE Scholarships||Varies||CSU Department of Electrical and Computer
Engineering offers several merit based scholarships
to engineering and computer science students.
|March 1||Colorado State University at Fort Collins Scholarships||Varies||This website lists the scholarships offered by
Colorado State University at Fort Collins.
|March 1||Colorado State University at Pueblo Scholarships||Varies||This website lists the scholarships offered by
Colorado State University, Pueblo campus.
|June 15||Colorado Swimming Hale Adams Memorial Scholarship||$1,000||One female and one male senior in high school who is
registered with Colorado Swimming.
|December 3||Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program||$1,000
||Scholarship for high school seniors from Comcast
communities for their commitment to community service,
academics and demonstrated leadership.
|March 1||Community College of Aurora Scholarships||Varies||This website lists the scholarships which are offered
by the Community College of Aurora.
|April 15||Community College of Denver Scholarships||Varies||This website lists the scholarships which are offered
by the Community College of Denver.
|January 8||Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program Scholarships||Varies||For US Citizens aged 15-18 who are currently in
high school. Will live with a German Host family for 10
months and attend high school in Germany.
|April 16||Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Scholarships||$5,000||Scholarship for students who are Latino with a history
of community-service activities with strong leadership
|March 2||Create-A-Greeting Card Scholarship||$10,000||Greeting Card competition/contest. Must be 14 years
of age or older to enter contest.
|May 31||Crown & Caliber Entrepreneur's Scholarship||$1,000||The student is given $1,000 to initiate an online startup
for a business which includes a business plan.
|N/A||DaVita Scholarships for Employee Dependents||$3,000||For dependents of DaVita employees who are enrolled
in 6th-11th grades.
|April 1||Dan Libera Memorial High School Student Athletic Trainer Scholarship||$750||For seniors who are planning to major in athletic training.
Must have a 3.0 GPA or higher.
|N/A||Danan Schufman Scholarship Fund for Culinary & Oenological Education||Varies||See website for detailed information on scholarship.|
||Daniels Fund Scholarship||Varies||For current high school seniors, must demonstrate
|February 10||Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) National Scholarships||Varies||Website lists several scholarships for both male and female.|
|March 31||David and Dovetta Wilson Scholarship||$1,000||Offers nine scholarships to high school seniors who
actively participate in community or religious activities
and who demonstrate financial need.
||Christensen Law Distracted
Driving Awareness Scholarship
|$2,500||1,800-2,000 word essay on how distracted driving has
impacted your life or the life of someone you know. More
information at firstname.lastname@example.org
|February 10||Davidson Fellows Scholarship||$50,000||For students who are under 18 as of October 1. For
a significant achievement (college graduate level)
in science, technology, math, literature, music or
||Denver Foundation Helen McLoraine Scholarship Program for Foster Care and Emancipating Youth||$10,000||Educational scholarships for foster care youth who are
emancipated or are in the process of preparing to be
emancipated from the foster care system in Colorado.
|February 23||Denver Foundation RBC Wealth Management Scholarship||$3,000||Mainly awarded for academic achievement but is
also awarded based on financial need or challenges
that have been faced.
|October 1||Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) Native American Science Scholarship||Varies||Scholarship preference given to Native American
college-bound high school seniors who are planning
to attend a Colorado college or university.
|March 1||Denver University Scholarships||Varies||The website lists scholarships offered through Denver
|April 1||Diane Dawson Memorial Scholarship Family Cancer||$1,500||For students who have a parent who has terminal
cancer or illness or has lost a parent to terminal cancer
or illness during their tenure in high school.
|March 1||Distinguished Young Women||Varies||Scholarship which promotes and rewards scholarship,
leadership, and talent in young women.
|May 1||DutchCrafters Amish Furniture Heritage Scholarship||$500||For seniors who draw upon cultural heritage to
shape vocational aspirations.
|February 1||Educational Theatre Association Scholarships||$2,500||Listed are a variety of scholarships for juniors
and seniors who are active in theater.
|March 15||Elevations Credit Union M.R. Hellie Scholarship||$5,000||Students must be members of the Elevation Credit
||Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Scholarship||$50,000||Scholarship awards based on leadership and financial need.|
||Elks National Foundation
|$4,000||Awarded to a high school senior who is the child or
grandchild of an Elks member
|March 1||Emmett J. Doerr Memorial Scout Scholarship||$2,000||Awarded to outstanding, practicing Catholic high school seniors
who hold a leadership role in Scouts and will be continuing their
education in college.
|September 30||Evans Scholars Foundation Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship||Varies||For caddies with a minimum two years experience and
a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
|April 1||FCCLA Scholarships||$2,000||FCCLA members. Various scholarships are listed on
|March 31||Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund||$2,000||For federal employee or dependent family member
of a current civilian federal employee with at least
three years of federal service.
|March 31||Foster Care to Success||$5,000||Foundation offers a variety of scholarships to students
who have met certain criteria listed on the website.
|March 31||Four Chaplains Memorial Scholarship||$1,000||Applicants must use their creativity through art,
photography an essay or You Tube to describe the
meaning of American Pride.
|February 20||Front Range Community College Foundation Scholarships||Varies||The website lists scholarships offered by Front Range
|March 1||Glenn Miller Birthplace Society Scholarship Competition||$3,000||For high school seniors and college freshman who
are interested in any field of applied music.
|November 6||Global Citizen Scholarship Program||Varies||For high school students aged 13 or older who are
"devoted to promoting global awareness."
|April 15||Gloria Barron Young Heroes Prize||$5,000||Scholarship celebrates inspiring, public-spirited, diverse
young people from across America.
||Goedeker's College Scholarships||$500||Money to be used towards the cost of college
||Guy and Gloria Muto Memorial Scholarship||$550||Eligible if you or a parent are employed in the swimming pool
industry. Must also be endorsed by an officer of a recognized pool
and spa association.
|May 21||HRSA Nursing Scholarship||Varies||Student must be enrolled or accepted as a full-time
student in an accredited school of nursing.
|February 8||Herff Jones Believe In You Scholarship & Principles Award||$12,000||For high school seniors who demonstrate exemplary
academic success, community service, and leadership
|March 16||Hispanic Advisory Committee||$1,500||
For graduating seniors in need of assistance financing their educational goals and who show promise of making contributions to the Hispanic community of School District 27J. The Selection Committee may interview finalists. Ten scholarships available.
|March 30||Hispanic College Fund||$5,000||Various scholarships offered, check out website to view
all that are offered.
|April 30||Hispanic Engineers National Achievement Awards Scholarship Program||$10,000||Open to engineering, applied science, computer science,
and math students.
|March 30||Hispanic Scholarship Fund||$5,000||Several scholarships listed on website for high school
|March 31||Hoe and Hope Garden Club Horticulture Scholarship||$1,000||For Colorado residents who plan to study horticulture,
environmental horticulture, or landscape architecture.
|N/A||Horatio Alger Association Scholarship Programs||$2,500||For students who have strong commitment to pursuing
and completing a bachelors degree at an accredited
|April 30||Housing Authority Insurance Group (HAI) Resident Scholarship Program||$2,500||For a public housing resident or Section 8
participant for at least 6 months.
|February 18||Ian James Wallace Scholarship Fund||$1,500||Ian James Wallace loved life and positively impacted
others with his humble, unassuming nature. This
scholarship is for seniors who intend on pursuing
a major in Arts and Humanities.
|April 1||Impact on Education Independent Order of Odd Fellows||$1,000||For high school seniors who have demonstrated
strong commitment to their community and personal
|March 6||Independent Bankers of Colorado (IBC) Education Foundation Scholarship||$1,000||For Colorado high school seniors who are planning
on attending a Colorado institution of education. Must
have an account or be a member of an IBC Bank.
|Varies||Intel Science Talent Search||Varies||For high school seniors. Applicants must complete college
entrance exams and individual research projects and provide
a report on the research.
|November 3||Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship||$40,000||For high school seniors intending to enroll in an
accredited 4 year college. Support for students with
significant financial need.
|February 15||Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship||$24,000||Assistance to minority high school seniors that have a
financial need and plan on attending a four year college
|May 15||James Beard Foundation Scholarship Program in Culinary Arts||Varies||For high school seniors or graduates who enroll at
least part time in a licensed or accredited culinary
|March 31||Janice M. Scott Memorial Scholarship||$2,500||Essay required explaining what student plans to
study and how they will apply it to life after graduation.
|April 1||Japanese American Community Scholarship||$5,000||For high school seniors residing in Denver Metro area.
American citizen or permanent registry of Japanese
ancestry or whose parents are active in a Japanese
|March 1||Johnson and Wales University Scholarships||Varies||Website contains several scholarships for Johnson and
Wales University. There is a Denver campus.
|February 15||Journalism Education Association (JEA) Journalist of the Year Sister Rita Jeanne Scholarships||$3,000||For students who are active in journalism and are
planning on pursuing a journalism or mass
||Junior Achievement (JA) Inspiration Scholarship||$2,500||For graduating seniors who have participated in JA
during high school and who will be attending an
accredited two or four year college or university.
|February 1||Junior Achievement USA Joe Francomano Scholarship||$5,000||For graduating seniors who have participated in JA
during high school and who will be attending an
accredited four year college or university.
|March 20||Kaiser Permanente Diversity Scholarship Program||$2,600||Scholarship offered to students who are pursuing a
career in health care or public health.
|February 5||Kappa Alpha Psi Denver Alumni Chapter Scholarship||Varies||For African-American male students who demonstrate
strong leadership and commitment to community
|May 22||Kit Faragher Memorial Scholarship||$6,000||Kit Faragher lost her life during 9/11, this scholarship
is in memory of her. It is for students showing
dedication to a positive attitude and drive toward
|March 31||LULAC National Scholarship Fund (LNSF)||$2,000||LULAC Councils will award scholarships to qualified
Hispanic students who are planning to enroll in
an accredited college or university in the US.
|February 28||La Raza Nuestra Gente Scholarship||$1,000||For high school seniors who are accepted to any two
or four year college with North Central Accreditation.
|January 15||Lamar Community College Scholarship||Varies||Website contains several scholarships that are offered
by Lamar Community College.
|February 15||Latin American Educational Foundation (LAEF) Scholarships||$3,000||For a Colorado resident with Hispanic heritage and/or
is actively involved in the Hispanic community.
|N/A||Latinos In College: Scholarships for Latino Students||Varies||Website dedicated to listing scholarships for
||Learning & Education About Disabilities (LEAD) Foundation Scholarships||$1,000||Colorado resident with a documented learning
disability or ADHD pursuing a post-secondary
|N/A||MACH25 Scholarship Website||Varies||General scholarship search site with no spam.|
||Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation||Varies||For the son or daughter or an active duty or reserve
US Marine or US Navy Corpsman attached to a
|March 1||Mayflower Scholarship||$1,000||For high school seniors who are Colorado and US
|April 13||McDivitt Makes a Difference Video PSA Contest||$1,500||For students who are attending school in the
Denver Metro Area, Colorado Springs or Pueblo.
|June 1||Med Pro RX "Education is Power" Scholarship||$2,500||For students who live with Hemophilia or Von
Willebrand disease.Scholarship for college, university,
or vocational training.
|January 15||Mensa-Scholarship Essay||$1,000||Contestants need not be members of Mensa but
must reside in an area with a local Mensa group.
|N/A||MeritAid Scholarship Website||Varies||Website lists merit scholarships available throughout
the university and college system.
|March 1||Metropolitan State College of Denver Scholarships||Varies||Website contains several scholarships offered through
Metropolitan State College of Denver.
|N/A||Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund Scholarship List||Varies||This website has several scholarships listed for
students regardless of immigration status.
|April 11||Mikkelson Foundation Student Scholarship||$3,000||High school seniors who will major in engineering, physical
or biological sciences or mathematics.
|October 12||Miss Colorado & Miss Colorado Teen Pageants||Vaires||Applicants accepted year round.|
|October 31||Moose Youth Awareness Scholarship||$12,000||Several requirements for scholarship listed on the
|April 1||Morgan Community College Scholarships||Varies||Website lists several scholarships offered by Morgan
|January 1||NACE Foundation Scholarships||$7,550||Four scholarships offered for students pursuing an
education in the fields of corrosion science, material
science, and engineering.
|December 18||NFIB Young Entrepreneur Foundation||Varies||High school seniors, based on demonstrated
entrepreneurial spirit and initiative.
|April 1||Naropa University Scholarships||Varies||Scholarships and financial aid website for
scholarships listed by Naropa University.
|April 25||National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Scholarship Awards Program||$1,000||High school seniors, who are dependents, grandchildren, or
great-grandchildren of a current federal employee who is
a member of NARFE.
|March 25||National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice (NABCJ) Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Award||$2,000||Senior accepted to program of study in Criminal
|March 15||National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) Scholarships||$5,000||Seniors who plan to major in print or broadcast
|April 1||National Business Association (NBA) Scholarships||$1,000||For high school seniors, college freshman, sophomores,
and juniors, whose parents are NBA dues-paying
|October 26||National Center for Women (NCWIT) Award for Aspirations in Computing||Varies||Award honoring high school women for their computing
|February 15||National Co-op Scholarship Program||$6,000||For high school seniors or transfers accepted to a
WACE partner school.
|N/A||National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)||Varies||Website provides description and requirements of
|March 20||National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) Colorado Section||$2,000||For Jewish women at least 16 years of age and
|October 31||National Eagle Scout Association Scholarships||Varies||For registered scouts who have achieved the rank
|March 31||National Federation of the Blind (NFB) Scholarship Program||$12,000||Must be legally blind in both eyes.|
|March 2||National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program||$20,000||Awards are for those committed to careers in
biomedical, behavioral and social science health related
research and who have financial need.
||National Italian American Foundation Scholarship (NIAF)||$12,000||Student of Italian American Descent OR plans
to study Italian language, Italian studies, Italian
American studies, or related fields.
|May 1||National Junior Classical League Scholarship||$2,500||Mus be a member of NJCL. Several scholarships are listed
on the website.
|September 26||National Merit Scholarship Program||Varies||Steps to be taken for scholarship are listed on the
|March 15||National Peace Essay Contest: Partnership of United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and American Foreign Service Association (AFSA)||$2,500||Open to any student grades 9-12.|
|January 25||National Precast Concrete Scholarship||$2,500||For seniors who intend to study a field related to
building, construction, or precast concrete industry.
|March 1||National Presbyterian College Scholarship||$1,500||For an active member of the Presbyterian Church
planning to enroll in a college/university affiliated
with the Presbyterian Church.
|March 30||National Restaurant Assoc. Educational Foundation (NRAEF)||$3,000||Must enroll in a food service related program.|
|December 1||National Rifle Association (NRA) Civil Rights Defense Fund Essay Contest||$1,000||Fund sponsors a youth essay contest celebrating
the Second Amendment.
|November 15||National Rifle Association (NRA)- Jeanne E. Bray Law Enforcement Dependents Scholarship||$2,500||Parent must be active or retired law enforcement
officer and a member of NRA.
|November 15||National Security Agency (NSA) Stokes Educational Scholarship Program||$30,000||For seniors. They must work for NSA upon graduation.|
|January 1||National Wild Turkey Federation||$10,000||For seniors who support hunting conservation and
actively participate in hunting sports.
|October 16||National YoungArts Foundation Awards||$10,000||For students ages 15-18.|
|May 30||Navy Wives Club of America Scholarships||Varies||Sons or daughters of enlisted members of the navy,
marine corps, and coast guard on active duty, retired
with pay, or deceased.
|February 10||Nellie Love Butcher
|$5,000||One-time scholarship for students pursuing an
education in piano or voice.
|March 14||Never Forgotten Fund Scholarship||$5,000||For seniors from participating high schools listed on
|March 31||Non Commissioned Officers Association Scholarship||$900||Scholarship for children and spouses of NCOA
|March 1||Northeastern Junior College Scholarships||Varies||Website lists scholarships offered through Northeastern
|February 28||Optimist International Essay Contest||$2,500||High school student under the age of 18. Contact Club in
area for further information.
||Optimist International Oratorical (Speech) Contest||$2,500||High school student under the age of 18. Contact Club in
area for further information.
|April 15||Otero Junior College Scholarships||Varies||Website lists scholarships offered through Otero
|January 31||P.E.O Colorado State Scholarship||$1,000||Scholarship for women to be used for any advanced
|April 1||PDK (Phi Delta Kappa) Prospective Educator Scholarship Program||Varies||For high school senior interested in going into education
with a connection to PDK.
|August 15||Peerfinance 101 Personal Finance Scholarship
||$500||Open to new and current college students who have a strong foundation in personal finance taught by their parents.|
|April 30||Pikes Peak Community College Scholarships||Varies||This is the website lists the scholarships which are
offered through Pikes Peak Community College.
|April 15||Pinnacol Foundation Scholarship Program||Varies||Scholarship for a dependent of a worker killed or
seriously injured in a work related incident.
|January 22||$20,000||Poetry contest at school, state, and national levels.|
|January 31||Princeton Prize in Race Relations||$1,000||For students in 9-12 grades who have been actively
involved in volunteering for a significant activity over the
past 12 months that have a positive impact on
race relations in his or her school or community.
|November 27||Princeton University Poetry Contest For High School Students||$500||For 11th grade students, submit up to three
|March 31||Princeton University Ten Minute Play Contest||$500||Awarded to the junior with the best ten minute
|March 1||Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF)||$2,000||For students who want to pursue a career in
printing technology, printing management, or
|February 28||Professional Engineers of Colorado High School Bridge Building Contest||Varies||Open to all high school students across
Colorado. Specific requirements listed on
|January 6||Profile in Courage Essay Contest||$10,000||Students in grades 9-12. Submit an essay
up to 1,000 words.
|March 2||Project PAVE Transformation Scholarships||$4,000||Any high school senior who has experienced
and overcome some form of relationship
|November 8||Prudential Spirit of Community Award||N/A||For students grades 5-12 who have made
an impact by volunteering in their community.
|N/A||Pueblo Community College Scholarships||Varies||This website lists the scholarships listed
through Pueblo Community College.
|March 25||QuestBridge College Prep Scholarship Program for Juniors||Varies||Opportunities for outstanding low income
high school students who are applying to top
|September 28||QuestBridge National College Match Program||$50,000||The program offers full 4 year scholarships that
cover tuition, room, and board for low income
|April 1||Quota of Metro Denver Mary Scofield Scholarship for the Advancement of Single Mothers||$1,000||Single mothers attending college or vocational school.|
|December 1||ROTC Air Force Scholarships||Varies||Full scholarship can pay for several schooling expenses. See website for more information.|
|December 1||ROTC Army Scholarships||Varies||Full tuition and book stipend. Requirements
for candidates listed on website.
|September 15||ROTC Navy/Marine Scholarships||Varies||See the website for the scholarships offered.|
|March 1||Red Rocks Community College Scholarships||Varies||Visit website to see listed scholarships through
Red Rocks Community College.
|March 1||Regis University Scholarships||Varies||Scholarships offered through Regis University.|
|April 15||Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design Scholarships||Varies||Several scholarships listed on website.|
|April 1||Rocky Mountain Relocation Council Scholarship||$1,000||Eligible to applicants who have relocated at
least 50 miles between grades 9-12.
|November 1||Ron Brown Scholar Program||$10,000||For academically talented African-American
seniors who show leadership potential, participate in community service, and demonstrate financial need.
|January 20||Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Scholarship Program||Varies||Four different scholarships available, seniors may apply for one.|
|January 15||SAE Engineering Scholarship Program||Varies||Several scholarships for future engineers listed on this website.|
|April 1||SIT Study Abroad Scholarships||$5,000||Scholarships awarded to several students. See website for more information about the scholarship program.|