Online Scholarship Resources

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Scholarships are available from a variety of sources but your best source will be the financial aid office of the college you wish to attend.  Be sure to contact them early and pay attention to deadlines.

Never pay a company or consultant to find you a scholarship.  All scholarships that you are eligible to apply for and receive are FREE.

Below are excellent resources for more scholarship information, as well as a few links to specific scholarships. Also linked are a few resources you can download and print to keep on hand while completing your applications.


Websites are a great resource when searching for scholarships. These scholarships draw from a larger pool of students and can be harder to get. Here are some frequently used links:

  • Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) Out-of-state schools may offer a discounted tuition rate if they participate in the WUE scholarship program. Students pay no more than 150% of in-state tuition at participating schools, compared with nonresident rates that can exceed 300% of in-state rates. It is important to check the school’s Deadline Date as well as any other requirements (FAFSA filing date, GPA req., specific major req., etc.) to obtain this award. Check the link for participating schools. 
  • Paying for College info with links to saving, Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET) for college too. Registration required.
  • College Planning Web site provides students, families and education professionals with information on college selection, admission, financial aid and scholarships.
  • Additional online resources

Online Scholarship Links

Get online to get applications and details and remember to check all the due dates.

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