• Scholarships for College

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    The Bright Futures Scholarship Program is the umbrella program for the Florida Academic Scholars, Florida Merit Scholars and the Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars Awards. Applicant Eligibility: Be a Florida resident and see the web site for several other easy eligibility requirements.

     

    The Manatee Education Foundation is pleased to provide a directory of available scholarships provided by local service clubs, foundations, schools, businesses and organizations. You may browse the directory list below or use the search feature to review.
     
    The Community Foundation of Sarasota county has awarded more than $12.4 million in scholarships to students in Sarasota, Manatee, and Charlotte counties. Browse this website to find out how to apply! Applications are due March 1st of 2015.
       
    College-scholarships.com - The page lists and links to more than 70 no-cost scholarship websites. Elsewhere on the siteyou'll find additional scholarship information and features of value to your website visitors...information which includes an instant GPA calculator, contact information for every college in the United States, a list of colleges which offer comprehensive programs for students with learning disabilities, lists of Christian, Catholic, and woman's colleges, a list of HBCU's, and links to more than 2,500 career schools, online degree programs, and colleges.
     

    Fastweb

    The largest and most complete source of scholarships available. Personalized matching of scholarships to your unique profile. Millions of scholarships worth billions of dollars available! New scholarships added every day, all year long.

     Sallie Mae's Online Scholarship Service 

    Sallie Mae's free Online Scholarship Service. This service gives students exclusive Internet access to CASHE® (College Aid Sources for Higher Education), one of the industry's most respected and omprehensive sources of financial aid resources for college. This valuable, time-saving tool can assist students and their parents who are seeking ways to help finance a college education.

     
    Here you can locate scholarships, loans, internships, and other financial aid programs from non-college sources that match your education level, talents, and background. Complete the profile form and Scholarship Search will find potential scholarship opportunities from a database of 3,400 programs, over one million awards in all!

    MeritAid

    Free, comprehensive directory of merit-based scholarships from colleges. There is more than $11 billion in merit aid scholarships available from colleges. Use MeritAid.com to find out what scholarships are available from colleges before you apply. Just fill out a free profile to start finding scholarships.

    College is Possible

    Thinking about college? Whether you are a parent or a student, you probably have a lot of questions: How does the application process work? What sort of college is right for me? How much will college cost? You've come to the right place to begin finding answers. America's colleges and universities have prepared this site to guide you to the books, websites, and other resources that admissions and financial aid professionals consider most helpful. With planning, preparation -- and the right information -- college is possible for almost every American.

    Scholarship Junkies

    Provides high school students with an insider's guide to the scholarship process from the perspective of students who have won national scholarships. Learn how to find scholarships, how to choose which scholarships to apply for, how to compile competitive applications, and more.

    ROTC Scholarships

    ROTC Scholarships offer students the opportunity to earn their degree and receive valuable leadership and management skills. Upon graduation, you will become an officer for one of the four military branches.

    Army ROTC Scholarships

    Navy/Marines ROTC Scholarships

    Air Force ROTC Scholarships

Last Modified on August 29, 2018