Top Seven States

Below is a list of the top seven states (based on SNU enrollment) and the eligible scholarships for those respective states.

Hal W. Almen – West OKC Rotary Scholarship Fund
 Who: Current year graduates of an Oklahoma high school.
 Amount: $4000

Mike Allen Memorial Education Fund
 Who: Current year graduates of an Oklahoma City Public School District high school.
 Amount: $1000

Dr. Eugene Briggs Memorial Scholarship Fund
 Who: Current year graduates of an Oklahoma high school.
 Amount: $1000

BSO Ivy Foundation Fund
 Who: Graduating senior of a metropolitan Oklahoma City area high school.
 Amount: $1000

Commander Family Scholarship
 Who: Students graduating from an Oklahoma high school participating in the Central Oklahoma Guidance Network.
 Amount: $2500

Charles C. & Mary Lou Miles Scholarship
 Who: Students graduating from an Oklahoma high school participating in the Central Oklahoma Guidance Network.
 Amount: $1500

You may find additional scholarship opportunities listed at these community foundations in your state:

Oklahoma City Community Foundation

Tulsa Community Foundation

The listings below are detailed on the Arkansas Community Foundation website. To access the information, you will first need to do the following:

  1. Create a free account
  2. Locate your county on this map
  3. Below are a few examples, use the information to check your eligibility and apply online

Dr. Austin C. Smith Memorial Scholarship
Who: 
Students graduating from an Arkansas high school and pursuing a healthcare field in undergraduate program.
Amount: $500-$3000

William and Rosanna Sumner Educational Opportunity Scholarship
Who: Graduating seniors of Lonoke, Carlisle, Alpena, or Green Forest high schools.
Amount: $1000-$2000

Gertrude Elizabeth Waldrup Scholarship
Who: Graduating females from a high school in Mississippi County, Arkansas, who plan to attend college and would not otherwise be able to attend because of finances.
Amount: $1000

Jack E. & Mollie H. Grober Charitable EndowmentWho: Graduates of any accredited Fort Smith high school.
Amount: $2500

Ryan Walton Memorial Scholarship Endowment
Who: Graduating seniors in Johnson County, Arkansas.
Amount: $750

Bruce Stobaugh Memorial Scholarship EndowmentWho: Graduating seniors in Conway County, Arkansas.
Amount: $500

Mary E. Culp & Robert Louis Smith Memorial ScholarshipWho: Graduating seniors of Ashdown, DeQueen, Dierks, Horatio, Nashville, and Mineral Springs high schools.
Amount: $2000

Bridge Fund ScholarshipWho: Graduating seniors in Jefferson County, Arkansas with residence in Jefferson County and an ACT of 24 or above.
Amount: $2500

Church’s Chicken Community Scholarship
Who: Students from AL, AR, AZ, FL, GA, IL, IN, LA, MI, MO, MS, NC, NM, NV, TN, and TX with a 2.7 GPA
Amount: $1,000
Due: Spring

O.C. Hauber Rotary Scholarship
Who:
 Graduating seniors of any Jefferson County high school with a GPA of at least 3.0 and an ACT of 20 or above.

You may find additional scholarship opportunities listed at these community foundations in your state:

Arkansas Community Foundation

Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame ScholarshipWho: Student from one of 19 designated Texas counties who excelled academically while participating in varsity athletics; athletics at the college level are not required.  
Amount: $500

Church’s Chicken Community Scholarship
Who: Students from AL, AR, AZ, FL, GA, IL, IN, LA, MI, MO, MS, NC, NM, NV, TN, and TX with a 2.7 GPA
Amount: $1,000
Due: Spring

Greater Abilene Ministers Alliance Scholarship
Who:Graduating seniors from Abilene and surrounding areas who attend an Abilene area church and demonstrate serious purpose in the pursuit of education but are unable to afford college without the scholarship. After entering college, recipients must maintain and provide proof of a 2.0 GPA.
Amount: $2,000 for 4 years

North Texas Community Foundation ScholarshipsWho: North Texas high school students applying to college; specific requirements vary.
Amount: Varies

Southwestern Engineering ScholarshipWho: Students graduating from the Dallas area planning on studying engineering or the physical sciences with a GPA of at least 3.0 and 23 ACT or 1620 SAT.
Amount: $1000

Wendy Ella Guilford ScholarshipWho: Students graduating from Dallas, Denton, or Tarrant counties.

You may find additional scholarship opportunities listed at these community foundations in your state:

Dr. J.B. & Mrs. Isabella Bisceglia ScholarshipWho: Graduating high school seniors in the Greater Kansas City area who intend to continue their education at a college, university, or technical school.
Amount: $1000

Second Chance ScholarshipWho: Students graduating from a Kansas high school who have faced some adversity in their lives.
Amount: Varies

Morning Grange #227 Scholarship
Who:
 Attended high school in the Olathe, Gardner, and Spring Hill areas with a 2.5 GPA that must be maintained in college; recipients must also maintain full-time status in college.
Amount: $1000 for 4 years

KCI Rotary Scholarship FundWho: Graduating seniors of North Platte R-1, Park Hill, Park Hill South, Platte County R-III, St. Pius X, or West Platte R-11 high schools; recipients must have a 3.0 GPA and may reapply annually if a 2.5 GPA is maintained in college.
Amount: $1000

James R. Goheen Scholarship FundWho: High school seniors of Wyandotte County with at least a 2.0 GPA.  
Amount: Varies

J. Harold & Mabel Hamil Memorial ScholarshipWho: Students graduating from Northland, North Kansas City, Oak Park, Winnetonka, Park Hill, Park Hill South, Platte Co. R-111, Staley, or St. Pius X high schools. The scholarships are intended to assist students who have excelled in the areas of English, Journalism, Debate, Public Speaking, Political Science, and or community involvement.
Amount: $1500

Go-Long ScholarshipWho: Graduating seniors from a high school in the Kansas City metro who have maintained a 2.0 GPA and can demonstrate financial need.
Amount: Varies

You may find additional scholarship opportunities listed at these community foundations in your state:

Charles H. & Ethel E. Wolfe Scholarship
Who:
 Recipient must be residing in Orange County, California, when the scholarship is awarded and must demonstrate high scholastic achievement, community involvement, financial need, and plans to study at a U.S. nonprofit college or university.
Amount: $1000-$2000

Kingston ScholarshipWho: Students graduating from Orange County high schools demonstrating financial need, a strong pattern of outside activities and community involvement, active participation in school clubs, church, outside employment, etc., and a minimum GPA of 2.5. Recipients must plan to attend an accredited institution full-time.
Amount: $5000

Mark P. Tiner ScholarshipWho: Orange County high school senior with a minimum GPA of 3.75 and plans to enroll in a 4-year accredited university.
Amount: $1000

Orange County Centennial Academic ScholarshipWho: Resident of Orange county who has completed their last three years of high school in Orange County. Recipients must have plans to attend full-time at an accredited college or university. Recipients must have demonstrated leadership and service to the community, as well as have achieved a combined SAT score of at least 2100 (or ACT of 31) and a GPA of at least 3.5.
Amount: $750-$2500

Crain Educational Grants ProgramWho: Recipients must have demonstrated community involvement over a period of several years, maintained a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5, evidenced financial hardship, and have plans to attend a U.S. 4-year university full-time. Must be current graduating senior, or graduate of a public or private high school in San Mateo County or Santa Clara County.
Amount: Up to $5000

Curry Award for Girls & Young WomenWho: Females aged 16-26 demonstrating financial hardship with current residency in San Mateo County and plans to enroll in college full time.
Amount: $1000

Hazel Reed Baumeister ScholarshipWho: Graduating high school seniors demonstrating community involvement, financial hardship, plans to enroll full-time at a U.S. college or university, and with a GPA of at least 3.5.  Must be current graduating senior, or graduate of a public or private high school in San Mateo County or Santa Clara County.
Amount: Up to $5000

Ruppert Educational Grant ProgramWho: Applicant must demonstrate academic promise and continues GPA improvement during high school, as well as community involvement and a maintained GPA of at least 3.3.  Applicant must have financial need and be a current graduating senior with plans to attend a U.S. college or university full-time.  Must be current graduating senior, or graduate of a public or private high school in San Mateo County, San Francisco County, or Santa Clara County
Amount: Up to $5000

The Bright Futures ScholarshipWho: Applicant must be able to demonstrate unmet financial need after all other forms of college financial aid are secured. Applicant must have demonstrated academic promise during high school, with a minimum GPA of 3.3. Applicant must have plans to attend a U.S. college or university full-time.
Amount: Up to $10,000

Elizabeth C & Jack B Clarke, Sr., Endowed ScholarshipWho: Outstanding graduating seniors from high schools within the City of Riverside, with priority given to qualified African American applicants.
Amount: $1000

The Dr. Barnett Grier & Eleanor Jean Grier ScholarshipWho: Outstanding seniors from high schools within the city of Riverside.
Amount: $1000

The Pavement Recycling Systems ScholarshipWho: Graduating high school seniors from Riverside or neighboring communities with minimum GPAs of 3.0.  
Amount: Varies

You may find additional scholarship opportunities listed at these community foundations in your state:

The listings below are detailed on the Western Colorado Community Foundation website. To access the information, you will first need to do the following:

1. Choose your county to see scholarships available to you

2. Below are a few examples, use the information to check your eligibility and apply online

Big Jon Platt Scholarship
 Who: Graduating seniors from Montbello High School in Denver. Applicants must have at least a 2.5 G.P.A., financial need, and be planning to attend an accredited community college or four-year institution.
 Amount: $2,000

Columbine Memorial Scholarship
 
Who: Students graduating from Jefferson County high school. Applicants must have at least a 2.5 GPA, financial need, and be planning to attend an accredited college, university, or trade school.
Amount: $2,200

Helen M. McLoraine Opportunity Scholarship
 
Who: Individuals who have had to face extraordinary or challenging circumstances, have actively taken steps to improve their lives, and are committed to advancing their education.
Amount: Varies depending on financial need

Helen M. McLoraine Scholarship for Foster Care & Emancipating Youth
 Who: Individuals who have been in the Colorado foster care system for a minimum of 24 months between the ages of 13 and 18 who are planning to attend or are attending a career or technical school, community college, or four-year institution.
 Amount: $2,000 to $7,000

The Jim and Peggy Curtis Scholarship
 Who: Students graduating from Moffat Senior High School or Mountain Valley Senior High School.
 Amount: Up to $5,000

John W. and Edna Wilson Mosley Scholarship
 Who: African-American students from East High School. Recipients are selected based on financial need, academic achievement, character, and school and community involvement.
 Amount: $2,000

Kay Armstrong Memorial Scholarship
 Who: High school seniors graduating from Delta County public schools who have been active in community service and who are successful scholastically.
 Amount: $1,000

Laura R. Genelin Memorial Scholarship
 Who: Students graduating from Eagle County high schools. Applicants should have a 3.5 or higher GPA and want to become teachers or study health and medicine.
 Amount: $1,000

Raymond and Velma Merkle Scholarship
 Who: Seniors from Littleton High School and Manual High School. Applicants must be a first generation college student, have a 2.75 cumulative GPA, be active in their school or community and be planning to attend a trade school, technical school, a community college, or a 4-year college.
 Amount: $2,000-$10,000

RBC Wealth Management Colorado Scholarship
 Who: Colorado high school seniors who demonstrate exceptional achievement above and beyond their peers and who intend to pursue a degree in science, mathematics, or engineering.
 Amount: $3,000

You may find additional scholarship opportunities listed at these community foundations in your state:

Church’s Chicken Community Scholarship
Who: Students from AL, AR, AZ, FL, GA, IL, IN, LA, MI, MO, MS, NC, NM, NV, TN, and TX with a 2.7 GPA
Amount: $1,000
Due: Spring

Twiley, Marie, and Bringier Barker Scholarship
Who: Seniors graduating from a public high school in East Baton Rouge Parish, East Feliciana Parish, Livingston Parish, St. Helena Parish, St. Tammany Parish, Tangipahoa Parish, Washington Parish or West Feliciana Parish who have a 2.7 cumulative GPA and have been accepted into a university or college as a full-time student.
Amount: $2,000

You may find additional scholarship opportunities listed at these community foundations in your state:

If your state isn’t listed, check here (Community Foundation Locator) for other community foundations.

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