• Scholarship postings are updated throughout the entire school year!

    In order to efficiently and effectively apply for scholarships, please do the following: 


    1. Check to see if you are eligible

    2. Check the deadlines

    3. Follow directions very carefully. Most committees will disregard your application if you are missing any materials.

    4. Submit a neat (preferably typed), proofread application without grammatical errors!

    5. Showcase your skills, strengths, and achievements.  Your application is often the ONLY thing the scholarship committee has to evaluate you.


  • Other scholarship announcements can be accessed by
    clicking on the links below, arranged by the month due.

    All scholarships linked below are also posted in a three-ring binder in the Counseling Office. In addition, hard copies of each scholarship announcement are also available in the Counseling Office.


    Scholarships Due in September   Scholarships Due in October   Scholarships Due in November   Scholarships Due in December

    Scholarships Due in January   Scholarships Due in February   Scholarships Due in March   Scholarships Due in April

    Scholarships Due in May   Scholarships Due in June   Scholarships Due in July   Scholarships Due in August



  • Other Scholarship Websites

    One of the internet's largest free scholarship searches. You sign up and enter some basic information, and through that it finds numerous scholarships you are eligible for.

    Varsity Tutors holds a monthly $1,000 college scholarship contest where students write an essay in response to a monthly prompt. Visitors to the Varsity Tutors scholarship webpage are able to vote via social media for submitted entries. The top five entries with the most votes are reviewed by Varsity Tutors at the end of the month and one winner is subsequently chosen to receive the $1,000 college scholarship.


    Scholarship Experts connects students to scholarship matches.  The database is constantly updated. 

    Simple Tuition allows students, parents and school counselors to search for private and federal student loans and to learn more about the loan and financial aid process. 

    It's free and allows students to start earning mini scholarships as freshman as well as building your resume for other scholarships!

    A great scholarship resource compiled by Carroll University, but open to all students regardless of what college you plan to attend.