|April 1||4-H Scholarships||$1,000|
||27J Education Foundation
|$1,000||Must attend school in the 27J school district, have a 2.5 GPA, involved
in community and/or school activities. Must submit a resume to include awards,community service, accomplishments.Two references, one from a
member of the high school staff and one from a community member,
must be enrolled in a university, college, community college or
||ABODO||$500||High school senior (18 years old+) who will be attending an accredited college or university. Must write a 1000 word essay on what they will be bringing from home with them to college.
||Action Behavior Center
||Scholarship for undergraduate students pursuing a degree in some field relating to research on autism spectrum disorder or clinical therapy positions. Write a 250 word essay on your personal understanding of how applied behavior analysis works as a therapy for those with autism spectrum disorder.
| March 15
||Adams County Opportunity Scholarship
||$15,000||Must attend 27J school district, have a 2.5 GPA, must demonstrate and verify financial need as determined by FAFSA. Student must have been actively involved in community service and show a resume that includes such service, awards, accomplishment, work history. Must write an essay on what opportunity means to them, their family and community. Recipient must enroll in a Colorado public university, college, community college or vocational school. Contact 27J Education Foundation for application and
||$250||Eligible Native American|
|Varies||AIGC Accenture American Indian Scholarship Program||Varies|
|February 1||AXA Achievement Community Scholarship||$2,500||For seniors who demonstrate outstanding achievement in|
|December 15||AXA Achievement Scholarship||$25,000||For achievements which empower society|
|June 12||Abbot & Fenner Scholarship||$1,000|
|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|
||Extensive listing of affordable colleges for minority students, specifically Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans, African Americans and Native Americans. This funding is open to minorities at any level (high school through postdoctoral) for a variety of activities including study, research, travel, training, career development and creative projects.
|February 28||Aims Community College Scholarships||Varies||Scholarships through Aims Community College|
|May 31||Al's Formal Wear||$2,500||Application includes a 500 word essay.|
|N/A||Alert Magazine Essay Scholarship||$500||For high school seniors. Submit|
|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|
|January 9||Alliance for Young Artists and Writers Scholastic: Art Award Scholarship||Varies||Works to provide scholarships for students|
|December 16||Alliance for Young Artists and Writers: Scholastic Writing Awards Scholarship||Varies||Works to provide scholarships for students|
|March 20||Alpha Kappa Alpha Epsilon Nu Omega Senior Girls Award||$2,000||Scholarships for senior, African American females,|
|January 15||Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity-Delta Psi Lambda Chapter Scholarship||Varies||For African American Male Seniors who|
|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|
||American Fire Sprinkler Association||$2,000||For seniors. Applicants must read an essay|
|February 6||American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) Scholarship Program||Varies||For dependents of US Foreign Service|
|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|
|March 1||American Legion Auxiliary Children Of Warriors National President's Scholarships||$3,500||For seniors who are children, grandchildren, or|
|March 1||American Legion Auxiliary Spirit of Youth Scholarship for Junior Members||$5,000||For seniors who are Junior Members of the|
|May 1||American Legion Colorado Boys State||Varies||For Junior boys who apply to attend Colorado|
|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|
|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|
|April 19||Americas Childrens Education (ACE) Foundation Scholarship||Varies||Scholarship for any accredited institution of|
|November 13||Anne Ford Scholarship Award||$2,500||Awarded to a graduating high school senior|
|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|
|May 3||Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)||$5,000||For high school seniors interested in pursuing|
|March 31||Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Bob Piper Construction Education Scholarship||$1,000||Seniors planning to pursue post-secondary|
|March 25||Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind||$1,000||For students who are legally blind and will|
|June 1||Association on American Indian Affairs Scholarships||$1,500||For students who are enrolled in a tribe from the|
|June 30||Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship||Varies||Must indicate a sincere interest in an automotive|
|N/A||BMI Foundation Music Scholarships||Varies||Several Scholarships listed on website. The BMI|
|March 1||Ball Corporation John W. Fisher Corporation Scholarship||$3,000||Student must be a child of an active, regular, full-time|
||Barbizon Modeling & Acting Centers Scholarship||$100,000||One winner drawn every other year.
||$1,000||Looking for a creative video on the importance of sleep as a public heath issue. Must be a high school senior with a 3.0 GPA or a current college student. Go to
||Better Business Bureau (BBB) Foundation Student of Integrity Scholarship||$2,500||For economically disadvantaged students who have|
|June 19||Big Sun Athletic Scholarship||$500||All student athletes eligible regardless of the sport|
|November 1||Boettcher Scholarship||Varies||For seniors who have lived in Colorado throughout|
||Brayman Beach Scholarship||$5,000||Must be a U.S. Citizen at least 16 years old. Must be|
||$1,000||Three scholarships available to high school juniors, seniors or non-traditional students. Terra Management Scholarship is awarded to an academically high performing student with plans to enter a trade school, college or university. Maria Alvarado Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student who has displayed an upward trend in their academic performance during high school. Jessica Hara Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student with a passion for animals and plans to carry this passion into a post-secondary program that will lead to a career in the care of animals.
| April 28
||$1,000||Applicant must reside within School District 27J, have at least a 2.5 GPA, must be accepted at a college, university, technical or vocational school, and not be related to a member of the Legacy Foundation Board of Directors.
||$25,000||For college bound seniors who plan on majoring in|
||Budget Home Theater
||$1,000||Are you an aspiring singer-songwriter? Here's your chance to use your talent to help pay for college. Post a video of yourself to YouTube performing an original song (5 minutes or less). You do not have to be majoring in music to be eligible. May not be a signed artist, must be enrolled in an accredited school by fall and must be be a U.S. citizen.
|December 15||$1,000||Offers general and employee scholarships.|
||$3,000||Write and submit an original essay on the topic, "The future of technology in education." Best submission will be awarded $2,000, with two $500 awards for runner-ups. Must have a minimum 2.5 GPA, and be a high school senior.
|March 1||$10,000||Established to help aspiring computer scientists excel in|
||$5,000||Must be 1/4 or more degree American Indian. Must be|
|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|
|March 16||$1,000||For graduating seniors who have received treatment for|
|N/A||$2,500||Provides free Christian College information.When viewing|
| March 10
||City of Brighton Employee Charities Scholarship
||$500||Must attend 27J School District, have a 2,5 GPA, letter of acceptance from a college, university, technical or vocational school. Documentation of community service, letter of recommendation, 500 word essay on positive community service. Must not be related to a BEC Committee Member. Contact Gail Ashley at firstname.lastname@example.org for application.
|October 31||Coca-Cola Scholars Program||$20,000||Seniors with a 3.0 GPA or better. Show leadership,|
|April 30||Colorado 99s Future Woman Pilot Scholarship||$2,000||Colorado Resident. Scholarship to assist female pilots in|
|February 1||Colorado Association of Career Colleges (CACCS) Scholarship||$1,000||Scholarship for vocational, technical, art institutes, and|
|January 15||Colorado College Scholarships||Varies||Financial aid website for Colorado College, lists many|
|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|
|March 31||Colorado Education Association Ethnic Minority Scholarship||$1,000||Ethnic minority senior whose parent or guardian is a|
Services & Development
|$1,000||High school senior of color, first generation to attend college
with a financial need, GPA of at least 2.8.
||Colorado Education and Training Voucher Program||$5,000||The Colorado ETV Program is federally funded, to help|
|March 31||$1,000||To be eligible, the student must be a first generation|
|March 15||Colorado Garden Foundation (AKA The Colorado Garden Show)||Varies||Four year scholarship for Colorado residents including|
|March 7||Colorado High School Press Association (CHSPA) Scholarship||$1,500|
|March 23||Colorado Lions Foundation Educational Scholarship Endowment||$2,500||For seniors who are accepted to an accredited institution|
|February 14||Colorado Mesa University||Varies||Website has links to all scholarships offered through|
|March 1||Varies||Website lists scholarships offered through Colorado|
|March 1||Varies||Website lists scholarships offered through Colorado|
|April 4||$2,000||Scholarships awarded to students in the|
|March 1||Varies||Any prospective freshman who is a US citizen or|
|May 1||$2,500||Student must be of Hispanic descent between the ages|
|March 1||Colorado State University ECE Scholarships||Varies||CSU Department of Electrical and Computer|
|March 1||Colorado State University at Fort Collins Scholarships||Varies||This website lists the scholarships offered by|
|March 1||Colorado State University at Pueblo Scholarships||Varies||This website lists the scholarships offered by|
|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.
||Scholarship for high school seniors from Comcast
communities for their commitment to community service,
academics and demonstrated leadership.
|March 1||Varies||This website lists the scholarships which are offered|
|April 15||Community College of Denver Scholarships||Varies||This website lists the scholarships which are offered|
|January 8||Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program Scholarships||Varies||For US Citizens aged 15-18 who are currently in|
|April 16||Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) Scholarships||$5,000||Scholarship for students who are Latino with a history|
|March 2||Create-A-Greeting Card Scholarship||$10,000||Greeting Card competition/contest. Must be 14 years|
|May 31||Crown & Caliber Entrepreneur's Scholarship||$1,000||The student is given $1,000 to initiate an online startup|
||DLL Files Fixer
||$1,500|| Available to all current college or university students. Must write an original and well-researched article on How to Fix DLL Errors. Verification documents issued by your college/university must accompany your article.
|April 1||Dan Libera Memorial High School Student Athletic Trainer Scholarship||$750||For seniors who are planning to major in athletic training.|
|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|
|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 email@example.com
|February 10||Davidson Fellows Scholarship||$50,000||For students who are under 18 as of October 1. For|
||$10,000||Educational scholarships for foster care youth who are|
|February 23||Denver Foundation RBC Wealth Management Scholarship||$3,000||Mainly awarded for academic achievement but is|
|October 1||Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) Native American Science Scholarship||Varies||Scholarship preference given to Native American|
|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|
|March 1||Distinguished Young Women||Varies||Scholarship which promotes and rewards scholarship,|
||Dr. Felix Scholarship
||$1,000||Open to U.S. students currently enrolled at a U.S. university.
Write a 500 word essay on how to improve student health.
|| Open to all students currently enrolled in high school, a university or college that are interested in drones. Must research and write a unique essay on the history of drones.
|May 1||$500||For seniors who draw upon cultural heritage to|
|February 1||Educational Theatre Association Scholarships||$2,500||Listed are a variety of scholarships for juniors|
|| Elastic Band Co.
||$1,000|| U.S. or legal resident, must have been accepted and be attending a
two or four year college or university in the fall of 2017, must be a
member of a minority group underrepresented in the fields of fashion
and/or entrepreneurship, and must plan to pursue a career in fashion
|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||$2,000||Awarded to outstanding, practicing Catholic high school seniors|
|September 30||Varies||For caddies with a minimum two years experience and|
|April 1||$2,000||FCCLA members. Various scholarships are listed on|
|March 31||$2,000||For federal employee or dependent family member|
|March 31||$5,000||Foundation offers a variety of scholarships to students|
|March 31||$1,000||Applicants must use their creativity through art,|
||Francis and Earl Perry Memorial Veterans Scholarship
||$5,000||U.S. veteran having served honorably, unmarried child (under 24 years of age) who is a dependent and is accepted to an institution of higher education (two or four year undergraduate program), or a current student, are eligible to apply. Must write a 700 word essay on why you are a good candidate to receive this award. More information is available on the website.
|February 20||Varies||The website lists scholarships offered by Front Range|
|March 1||$3,000||For high school seniors and college freshman who|
|November 6||Varies||For high school students aged 13 or older who are|
|April 15||$5,000||Scholarship celebrates inspiring, public-spirited, diverse|
||$1,500||1500-2000 word essay on storage devices, how data is stored, backup solutions, etc. Contact organization before submitting essay.
|May 21||Varies||Student must be enrolled or accepted as a full-time|
|February 8||$12,000||For high school seniors who demonstrate exemplary|
||$1,000||Merit-based scholarship awarded to any student that is currently enrolled in undergraduate, graduate or doctorate level programs. Must submit an original 800-1000 word essay on the following: If you could change one thing about our health care system, what would it be and why? Must have a minimum 3.2 GPA, a completed registration form with work history and activities.
|March 30||$5,000||Various scholarships offered, check out website to view|
|April 30||$10,000||Open to engineering, applied science, computer science,|
||Hispanic Scholarship Fund
||Merit based scholarships available to assist Hispanic heritage students obtain a college degree. Available to high school seniors, undergraduate students (all years), community college students transferring to 4 year universities, and graduate students. Minimum 3.0 GPA for high school senior, minimum 2.5 GPA for college and graduate student, plan to enroll full-time in an accredited, not-for-profit 4-year university or graduate school. Must be a U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, DACA or eligible non-citizen (as defined by FAFSA). Must have a completed FAFSA application.
|March 31||$1,000||For Colorado residents who plan to study horticulture,|
|| Hotstar App Scholarship
||$3,000|| Open to any student who is over 18 years of age that is pursuing higher education in a foreign country like UK, US, Australia, Canada, France, Brazil and India. Must write a 1000 word essay about the impact of the internet on local businesses.
||$2,500||For students who have strong commitment to pursuing|
|April 30||$2,500||For a public housing resident or Section 8|
|| IBC Scholarship
||$1,000|| Scholarship sponsored by Colorado's Independent Community Banks and the Independent Bankers of Colorado. Two scholarships will be awarded. Student must have a 3.0 GPA, must attend a Colorado or contiguous state, public or private university or college, junior or community college or vocational/trade school. Either the student of parents must have a banking relationship at an IBC member bank for at least six months. Student must write an essay on an article from your local news that pertains to your community. And, application must be signed by a bank representative. Contact Maggie McEntire for application at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|February 18||$1,500||Ian James Wallace loved life and positively impacted|
|April 1||$1,000||For high school seniors who have demonstrated|
|March 6||$1,000||For Colorado high school seniors who are planning|
|Varies||Varies||For high school seniors. Applicants must complete college
entrance exams and individual research projects and provide
a report on the research.
||International Women in Media Scholarship
||$500||Scholarship aimed to increase awareness of women in journalism and the media, along with the challenges they face around the world. Open to high school seniors or one already enrolled in a college/university. Must be fluent in English. Applicants must create a Wikipedia-style biography page for a woman of their choice.
|November 3||$40,000||For high school seniors intending to enroll in an|
|February 15||$24,000||Assistance to minority high school seniors that have a
|May 15||Varies||For high school seniors or graduates who enroll at|
|March 31||$2,500||Essay required explaining what student plans to|
|April 1||$5,000||For high school seniors residing in Denver Metro area.|
|March 1||Varies||Website contains several scholarships for Johnson and|
|February 15||$3,000||For students who are active in journalism and are|
||$2,500||For graduating seniors who have participated in JA|
|February 1||$5,000||For graduating seniors who have participated in JA|
|March 20||$2,600||Scholarship offered to students who are pursuing a|
|February 5||Varies||For African-American male students who demonstrate|
|May 22||$6,000||Kit Faragher lost her life during 9/11, this scholarship|
|March 31||$2,000||LULAC Councils will award scholarships to qualified|
|February 28||$1,000||For high school seniors who are accepted to any two|
|January 15||Varies||Website contains several scholarships that are offered|
|February 15||$3,000||For a Colorado resident with Hispanic heritage and/or|
|N/A||Varies||Website dedicated to listing scholarships for|
||Law Offices of Dianne Sawaya Denver Safe Driver Scholarship
||$1,000||Available to high school seniors or current college students enrolled in a two to five-year institution. You must create a short video or submit a 1,000 word essay on one of the following: Explain why you do not support or promote distracted driving, or explain how you prevent distracted driving and promote safe driving practices for yourself, friend or family by providing specific examples.
||$1,000||Colorado resident with a documented learning|
|N/A||Varies||General scholarship search site with no spam.|
||Varies||For the son or daughter or an active duty or reserve|
|March 1||$1,000||For high school seniors who are Colorado and US|
|April 13||$1,500||For students who are attending school in the|
|June 1||$2,500||For students who live with Hemophilia or Von|
|January 15||$1,000||Contestants need not be members of Mensa but|
|N/A||Varies||Website lists merit scholarships available throughout|
|March 1||Varies||Website contains several scholarships offered through|
|N/A||Varies||This website has several scholarships listed for|
|April 11||$3,000||High school seniors who will major in engineering, physical
or biological sciences or mathematics.
|October 12||Vaires||Applicants accepted year round.|
|October 31||$12,000||Several requirements for scholarship listed on the|
|April 1||Varies||Website lists several scholarships offered by Morgan|
||$1,000||Available to new and current college students. Applicant must write a 500 word essay on one of the following topics: what you've learned about investing, why investing is important or the most important thing to remember when investing.
|January 1||$7,550||Four scholarships offered for students pursuing an|
|December 18||Varies||High school seniors, based on demonstrated|
|April 1||Varies||Scholarships and financial aid website for|
|April 25||$1,000||High school seniors, who are dependents, grandchildren, or|
|March 25||$2,000||Senior accepted to program of study in Criminal|
|March 15||$5,000||Seniors who plan to major in print or broadcast|
|April 1||$1,000||For high school seniors, college freshman, sophomores,|
|October 26||Varies||Award honoring high school women for their computing|
|February 15||$6,000||For high school seniors or transfers accepted to a|
|N/A||Varies||Website provides description and requirements of|
|March 20||$2,000||For Jewish women at least 16 years of age and|
|October 31||Varies||For registered scouts who have achieved the rank|
|March 31||$12,000||Must be legally blind in both eyes.|
|March 2||$20,000||Awards are for those committed to careers in|
||$12,000||Student of Italian American Descent OR plans|
|May 1||$2,500||Mus be a member of NJCL. Several scholarships are listed
on the website.
|September 26||Varies||Steps to be taken for scholarship are listed on the|
|March 15||$2,500||Open to any student grades 9-12.|
|January 25||$2,500||For seniors who intend to study a field related to|
|March 1||$1,500||For an active member of the Presbyterian Church|
|March 30||$3,000||Must enroll in a food service related program.|
|December 1||$1,000||Fund sponsors a youth essay contest celebrating|
|November 15||$2,500||Parent must be active or retired law enforcement|
|November 15||$30,000||For seniors. They must work for NSA upon graduation.|
|January 1||$10,000||For seniors who support hunting conservation and|
|October 16||$10,000||For students ages 15-18.|
|May 30||Varies||Sons or daughters of enlisted members of the navy,|
|February 10||Nellie Love Butcher
|$5,000||One-time scholarship for students pursuing an|
||$1,000||Open to US citizens or permanent residents currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, or if you will be a freshman or a returning sophomore or junior that's majoring in computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, computer information systems, or information technology. Must write a 500 word essay explaining how you want to use your area of study to impact the world.
|March 14||$5,000||For seniors from participating high schools listed on|
|March 31||$900||Scholarship for children and spouses of NCOA|
||North Coast Financial $500 Scholarship
||$500||Awarded to students with a 3.2 GPA, must be an American citizen, must complete and submit a response to an essay prompt, must be a full-time student pursuing a degree in real estate, finance or other business related degree.
|March 1||Varies||Website lists scholarships offered through Northeastern|
|February 28||$2,500||High school student under the age of 18. Contact Club in
area for further information.
||$2,500||High school student under the age of 18. Contact Club in
area for further information.
|April 15||Varies||Website lists scholarships offered through Otero|
||P.E.O.Chapter BN Brighton
||$1,000||Local chapter offering several $1,000 scholarships to Brighton area senior high school girls. Applicants must exhibit a potential for future success, plan to attend a trade/technical school or accredited institute of higher education.Applicant must be prepared for a 15-30 minute interview with the scholarship committee and must also answer 3 out of 5 questions that are listed in the application form. To request a form, contact Katherine Feis at email@example.com
|January 31||$1,000||Scholarship for women to be used for any advanced|
|April 1||Varies||For high school senior interested in going into education|
|August 15||$500||Open to new and current college students who have a strong foundation in personal finance taught by their parents.|
|April 30||Varies||This is the website lists the scholarships which are|
|April 15||Varies||Scholarship for a dependent of a worker killed or|
|January 22||$20,000||Poetry contest at school, state, and national levels.|
|January 31||$1,000||For students in 9-12 grades who have been actively|
|November 27||$500||For 11th grade students, submit up to three|
|March 31||$500||Awarded to the junior with the best ten minute|
|March 1||$2,000||For students who want to pursue a career in|
|February 28||Varies||Open to all high school students across|
|January 6||$10,000||Students in grades 9-12. Submit an essay|
|March 2||$4,000||Any high school senior who has experienced|
|November 8||N/A||For students grades 5-12 who have made|
|N/A||Varies||This website lists the scholarships listed|
|March 25||Varies||Opportunities for outstanding low income|
|September 28||$50,000||The program offers full 4 year scholarships that|
|April 1||$1,000||Single mothers attending college or vocational school.|
|| Redfin is the next generation real estate brokerage, combining its own full-service agents with modern technology to redefine real estate in the customer's favor. This scholarship is available to graduating high school seniors or current freshmen, sophomores or juniors that are attending an accredited university or college, be a legal U.S. resident and have a 3.5, or above, GPA. Must write a 300-500 word essay in respond to: "The place(s) where we were raised often have a profound effect on who we become as adults. What effect has the community that you were raised in had on who you are today?"
|December 1||Varies||Full scholarship can pay for several schooling expenses. See website for more information.|
|December 1||Varies||Full tuition and book stipend. Requirements|
|September 15||Varies||See the website for the scholarships offered.|
|March 1||Varies||Visit website to see listed scholarships through|
|March 1||Varies||Scholarships offered through Regis University.|
|N/A||N/A||Website where 17 of the most popular scholarship search platforms have been researched, analyzed and graded.
|| Review Experto
||$1,500||Write a 1000 word article on any product you have experienced. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to include first name, last name, phone number, address, college or university name, major area of study and proof that you are or will be a student in the upcoming semester.
|April 15||Varies||Several scholarships listed on website.|
|April 1||$1,000||Eligible to applicants who have relocated at|
|November 1||$10,000||For academically talented African-American|
|January 20||Varies||Four different scholarships available, seniors may apply for one.|
|January 15||Varies||Several scholarships for future engineers listed on this website.|
|April 1||$5,000||Scholarships awarded to several students. See website for more information about the scholarship program.|