Scholarships may be awarded on a one time only basis or have a renewal clause attached to them. If they are renewable, make sure you find out what the criteria is to renew them. There are two types of scholarships, institutional and private. Institutional scholarships are awarded by the college and/or university. They can be based on GPA, class rank, ACT score, or any number of other criteria. You usually complete a scholarship form when completing the admission application to the college or university. Private scholarships are awarded by companies, foundations, organizations, etc. Check with your family’s job site and any organization they are member to see if there are scholarship opportunities in their organization.
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The following opportunities have come into the Hazelwood West Guidance Office recently. Additional information can be obtained in the Guidance Office. Remember the importance of meeting deadlines for applications for admissions and scholarships: If your application requires information to be provided by your counselor or if a recommendation is needed, be sure to make arrangements at least two weeks in advance. List is updated frequently. Please check back for updates monthly.
The scholarships are listed by deadline month date.
College Spring Bus Tour - For Bellarmine Univ, Univ of Kentucy, Univ of Louisville, Univ of Kentucky Spalding Univ, Transylvania Univ, Fontbonne Univ and Centre Univ. Registration opens August 25th. For more information email email@example.com
Applications avaiable in the guidance office.
Scholarship Opportunities with Unspecified Due Date
National Defense Transportation Association Schott/St. Louis Chapter Scholarship: Two $3,500 and four $2000 awards available for students enrolling in a 4 year or graduate degree college program related to business, transportation logistics or physical distribution. Two $1500 awards available for students enrolled in two-year associates degree or trade certification programs. Candidates must complete application, submit official transcripts, ACT or SAT scores, 2 letters of recommendation, and an essay on given topic. More information and applications available in the guidance office or at: www.ndtascottstlouis.org.
Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship - For high school grads ready to launch directly into a rewarding career. The Navy offers, hands-on training in more than 60 sought after vocations. It is also an opportunity to to get a degree further down the road - with 100% tuition assistance while serving on Active Duty. For students with the grades and determination needed fpr college, the Navy will provide up to $180,000 toward a college degree from one of over 160 first-rate colleges and universities.
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Scholarship Opportunities Specific to;
Service Organizations, Extra-Curricular, Big Businesses, Unions, Pro Athletic Teams, Ethnicity, Disability, Overcoming Hardships, Community Service, Writers and Poets, Performing Arts, Artists.
PRO ATHLETIC TEAMS
WRITERS AND POETS