Each year scholarships are awarded to students from funds established by generous donors who want to make an investment in the future of high school seniors as well as college and even non-traditional students. Scholarships are for school tuition, on-campus room & board, and fees, at accredited colleges, universities, trade schools or community colleges in the United States. Most scholarships are paid over one year, while others, due to their size, are paid over several semesters. Each scholarship has its own eligibility requirement reflecting the personal interests of the donor at the time the scholarship was established.
Over the years, scholarships have helped thousands of students pursue a post-secondary education and a lifetime of dreams.
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS
Below is a list of available scholarships for graduating high school seniors ONLY. Each scholarship has its own criteria and guidelines. To apply for scholarships, you’ll need to login to the scholarship portal and create your account. Once you’ve created the account, you can fill out the “common application” (a single online application that will register you for all scholarships you qualify for based on your selected college, intended major and your current high school). The Siouxland Community Foundation (SCF) common application for high school scholarships opens November 1 and will be due February 1.
Below is a list of available scholarships for current college students, or otherwise “non-traditional scholarships” ONLY. Each scholarship has its own criteria and guidelines which you may read about by clicking the links, below. To apply for these scholarships, you’ll need to login to the scholarship portal and create your account. Once you’ve created the account, you can fill out the application for each scholarship. Each scholarship has its own availability and due date.