Scholarship Database Listings with Descriptions

    • College Horizons:  This is a short list of scholarships and resources for students interested in college.
    • CollegeBoard:  From the same people that produce the SAT Test, this is a scholarship search engine that doesn't try to sell you anything and doesn't make you create an account to search.
    • FastWeb Scholarship Guide:  FastWeb.com is one fantastic website for students to search for over 600,000 different scholarships worth over $1 billion dollars.  Students may also search nearly 4,000 different colleges.  The website does create a list of your name and contact information.  It is recommended that students create a different email just for scholarships if using this search engine.
    • Financial Aid for Minority Students:  Minority students have an expansive selection of financial aid available to them, but finding and applying for those opportunities is not always easy.  Read on to learn how to begin creating your financial aid strategy.
    • GoodCall:  GoodCall uses smart technology to update listings daily, providing students with fresh scholarship opportunities as soon as they become available.
    • Guaranteed Scholarships:  This website contains college and university specific scholarships.
    • LendEDU:  LendEDU has separated scholarships into categories.
    • Scholly:  There is free money fro college out there, and Scholly has helped students win over $50 million in scholarship awards.  It is super simple, easy and accurate.  Sign up for an account today.  See your school counselor for the join code which will allow you to access the database for FREE.
    • Student Scholarships:  Database collection of many available scholarships.
    • Students Who Are At-Risk Scholarship Opportunities:  There are other scholarships programs dedicated to servicing the needs of particular student groups, such as women and minorities, and students from low income households or disadvantaged backgrounds.  These scholarship programs have been developed to motivate and support college aged students who  may not otherwise have the resources to pursue a college education.
    • Unigo:  A scholarship match program.  Enter personal data to get personalized lists of possible scholarships.

Scholarship Opportunities for Native American Students

    • American Indian College Fund:  Full Circle scholarship applications are accepted from students beginning January 1 and ending May 31 of each year. The American Indian College Fund determines student eligibility and awards the scholarships. Award and denial notices will be mailed out to all applicants by August each year to the address listed on the application.
    • American Indian/Native American Scholarships:  This website offers links for Native American students to learn about how to help pay for college and where to find scholarships and grants.
    • Bureau of Indian Education:  Scholarship opportunities for students can be found here.
    • College Horizons:  This is a short list of scholarships and resources for students interested in college.
    • College Scholarships:  Native Americans, and Native Alaskans, have a long history of being under-represented in traditional American colleges and universities. Over the years, a large number of financial aid programs have been put into place to help redress this imbalance.
    • Scholarship and Financial Aid for Native American Students: Recognizing the unique circumstances and needs of Native American students, many schools, nonprofits and government agencies have stepped in to help. From tuition waivers to scholarships and grants, there are many options for Native Americans seeking to defray the cost of a college education.
    • Scholarships for Native American Students:  There are several scholarships on this page for Native American students with a starting deadline of February 1st.
    • Indigenous Scholars of Promise:  High school sophomores, juniors or seniors who are currently have a 3.4 GPA or above and are considering applying to highly competitive colleges and universities are invited to apply to the Indigenous Scholars of Promise program. This college preparation program provides students with training, mentoring, and support services to help them prepare to apply to the colleges and universities of their choice. Due date is in February.
      • Benefits of being an Indigenous Scholar of Promise:
        • Training and coaching meetings to help prepare you to apply to colleges/universities and succeed once you are there.
        • Assistance with university essays, application/testing fees, and scholarship applications.
        • Mentor and peer support throughout the college preparation process.
        • Recognition through participation in the Indigenous Scholars of Promise program.

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