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Where to Find Scholarship Money for LIU Global?

This list has been created to help you, the student, find money to help pay for your college education. The sources listed below have links to the appropriate section of each organization’s website. If you have difficulty using the links, please cut and paste them into your web browser and go to the organization’s homepage (ie: If the link to www.uberscholarship.com/scholar_23.html doesn’t work, try www.uberscholarship.com instead), from which you can usually run a search for "scholarship". There is a lot of money that goes unclaimed every year, and with the amount of community involvement and commitment most Global College students have, you should have no problem finding the right scholarship source. Look for scholarships that are unique to you. Poet, artist, linguist, activist, writer, woman, minority, etc. — something that makes you stand out and be recognized for a scholarship. Try looking in your own community as well; often there are groups that want to give to people from your state alone.

Educational Resource Organizations Directory

Please follow the link below to be directed to the Educational Resource Organizations Directory list of state higher education agencies. Here, you will find contact information and links to the websites run by the higher education agency (-ies) in each state. These agencies, according to the EROD "provide information on the state's education programs, colleges and universities, financial aid assistance programs, grants, scholarships, continuing education programs, and career opportunities." Please be sure to explore the offerings in your state.
http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/Programs/EROD/org_list.cfm?category_ID=SHE

Top Tips When Appling for Scholarships

  1. Apply early. Leave time for unforeseen delays.
  2. Apply often. Cast a wide net in your search for scholarship funds.
  3. Don’t get discouraged! If you are not awarded a scholarship the first time you apply, apply again during the next application cycle. Show these organizations that you are a persistent and committed student!
  4. Run your own scholarship search! Toward the bottom of this page, there is a list of websites from which you can run a personalized scholarship search. Apply for the scholarships listed here, but also continue searching for others.
  5. Don’t be afraid to ask for help! Show your application to a current teacher or advisor and get valuable feedback before submitting your application.
  6. Proofread your essay! Spell-check your essay! Spend time on your essay- make it something to be proud of!
  7. Please let Global College know when you receive a scholarship! This will lead to some well-deserved recognition for you, as well as an inspiration to your fellow students. Please allow us to celebrate and acknowledge your accomplishments!

*** Don’t fall for scams! ***
Beware of scholarships that cost money, promise money back guarantees, or request your credit card or money!

Scholarship Options

The following scholarships are organized by the current year of the student applying (i.e. if you are a high school senior right now, you would apply for the scholarships under the heading "high school senior"). Each entry is accompanied by a brief description that should help you to ascertain your eligibility for the scholarship. The last section, titled "All Students", includes scholarships that all, or almost all, prospective and current students are eligible for. This list is arranged chronologically by application deadline; though please do make sure that you apply well in advance of the deadline. This list includes both scholarships for which Global College students have regularly applied and received in the past, as well as many new additions. The content on this page will be updated periodically, so please return here to check for new additions.

HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS

Deadline: DECEMBER/ EARLY JANUARY
Scholarship: Gates Millennium Scholarship (Varies)
What: Scholarships awarded to minority students entering college for the first time. Students must be receiving Pell Grant to be eligible. Requires the submission of a personal information form, recommender form and nominator form.
Where: Go to http://www.gmsp.org/default.aspx

Deadline: JANUARY 15
Scholarship: Christophers Poster Contest ($1000, $500, $250)
What: Scholarships awarded to students in grades 9-12. Requires the submission of a poster on an assigned theme.
Where: Go to http://www.christophers.org/Page.aspx?pid=274

Deadline: JANUARY 15
Scholarship: National Multiple Sclerosis Society Scholarship Program ($1000, $3000)
What: Scholarships awarded to high school seniors/high school graduates/GED holders that have never previously attended a post secondary institution. Open to students with MS or with a parent that has MS. Applications available in October.
Where: Go to http://www.nationalmssociety.org/living-with-multiple-sclerosis/society-programs-and-services/scholarship/index.aspx

Deadline: MARCH 1
Scholarship: Japanese American Citizens' League Scholarships (Varies)
What: Several scholarships awarded to members of a JACL branch. There are several application categories (entering freshmen, undergraduates, graduates). Entering freshmen must be high school seniors when they apply. E.F. application due March 1.
Where: Go to http://www.jacl.org/edu/scholar.htm

Deadline: MARCH 12
Scholarship: PFLAG National Scholarships ($5,000, $2500, $1000)
What: Scholarships awarded to high school seniors that self-identify as LGBT or are supporters of LGBT people and demonstrate an interest in service to the LGBT community.
Where: Go to http://community.pflag.org/Page.aspx?pid=370

Deadline: MARCH 15
Scholarship: Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarships ($7500 yearly)
What: Scholarships awarded to high school seniors accepted at an accredited 4 year college. Must be a US citizen and from an underserved population. Awarded based on financial need and leadership abilities.
Where: Go to http://www.jackierobinson.org/

Deadline: MARCH 15
Scholarship: Kohl's Kids Who Care Scholarship ($50, $1000, $5000)
What: Scholarships awarded to high school seniors that are high academic achievers who also have strong volunteering track records. Must be nominated by a Kohl's customer.
Where: Go to http://www.kohlscorporation.com/CommunityRelations/scholarship/index.asp

Deadline: APRIL
Scholarship: Holocaust Rememberance Project Essay Contest (up to $10000)
What: A scholarship awarded to high school seniors based on an essay.
Where: Go to http://holocaust.hklaw.com/

Deadline: MAY
Scholarship: American Fire Sprinkler Association Scholarship ($1000, $2000)
What: A scholarship awarded to US citizen or permanent resident high school seniors. Must read an essay on the website and answer 10 multiple choice questions.
Where: Go to http://www.afsascholarship.org

Deadline: JUNE 1
Scholarship: Freedom from Religion Foundation High School Senior Essay Competition ($2000, $1000, $500, $200)
What: A scholarship awarded based on a 3-4 page essay on an assigned topic.
Where: Go to http://www.ffrf.org/outreach/student-essay-contests/

Deadline: APPLICATIONS OPEN IN THE FALL
Scholarship: AXA Achievement Scholarship ($10000-$25000)
What: A scholarship awarded to high school seniors based on merit.
Where: Go to http://www.axa-equitable.com/axa-foundation/AXA-achievement-scholarship.html

Deadline: OCTOBER 30
Scholarship: Horatio Alger Association Scholarship ($2500)
What: A scholarship awarded to high school seniors based on financial need, an applicant's perseverance in overcoming adversity, a good academic record, and the desire to contribute to society. Scholarship is renewable.
Where: Go to https://www.horatioalger.org/SCHOLARSHIPS/index.cfm

NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS

Deadline: JANUARY
Scholarship: Talbots Women's Scholarship Fund ($10000 & $1000)
What: A scholarship awarded to women that received their high school diploma or GED over 10 years ago. Based on applicant's character and financial need.
Where: Go to http://www.talbotsinc.com/brands/talbots/charitable/scholar.asp

Deadline: MARCH 1
Scholarship: Jeannette Rankin Foundation Scholarships/Grants ($2000)
What: A scholarship awarded to women over age 35 based on financial need and statement of goals, plans, and past challenges. Scholarship is renewable.
Where: Go to http://www.rankinfoundation.org/

SOPHOMORES

Deadline: FEBRUARY
Scholarship: Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship (up to $30000
What: Scholarships awarded to two-year community college students that wish to transfer into a 4-year bachelor's degree program. Students must be nominated by their community college.
Where: http://www.jkcf.org/scholarships/undergraduate-transfer-scholarships/

Deadline: MARCH
Scholarship: Morris K. Udall Scholarship (up to $5000)
What: A scholarship awarded to college sophomores and juniors with a commitment to careers related to the environment, and to Native American and Alaskan Natives with an interest in tribal policy or Native health care. Award based on institutional nomination, 800 word essay, completed application, and 3 letters of reference.
Where: Go to http://www.udall.gov/

Deadline: OCTOBER 17
Scholarship: Freeman-Asia Scholarship ($5000 One Semester, $7000 Academic Year)
What: Scholarship for Americans planning to study in East or Southeast Asia. Must be a US citizen & must demonstrate financial need in order to apply.
Where: Go to http://www.iienetwork.org/ and search "Freeman"

JUNIORS

Deadline: FEBRUARY 1
Scholarship: The Truman Scholarship (up to $30000)
What: A scholarship awarded to college juniors to pursue graduate study in fields related to public service. Award based on the applicants desire to work for change in the public services, his/her community involvement, and his/her academic record.
Where: Go to http://truman.gov/

Deadline: FEBRUARY 12
Scholarship: The Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics ($5000, $2500, $1500, $500)
What: A scholarship awarded to college juniors and seniors (must be a registered junior or senior in the Fall semester of the year you are entering the contest). Award based on an essay of 3,000-4,000 words.
Where: Go to http://www.eliewieselfoundation.org/prizeinethics.aspx

Deadline: MARCH
Scholarship: Morris K. Udall Scholarship (up to $5000)
What: A scholarship awarded to college sophomores and juniors with a commitment to careers related to the environment, and to Native American and Alaskan Natives with an interest in tribal policy or Native health care. Award based on institutional nomination, 800 word essay, completed application, and 3 letters of reference.
Where: Go to http://www.udall.gov/

SENIORS (GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS/GRANTS)

Deadline: MULTIPLE DEADLINES JANUARY-NOVEMBER
Scholarship: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Scholarships & Grants
What: Awards in various amounts for various exchange programs in Germany. Scholarships are available for programs including summer programs, undergraduate semester or year abroad study, and graduate level study.
Where: Go to http://www.daad.org

Deadline: MARCH
Scholarship: American Library Association Scholarships (Varies)
What: A variety of scholarships awarded to students interested in pursuing a master's degree in library and information sciences at an ALA accredited school.
Where: Go to http://www.ala.org/ala/educationcareers/scholarships/index.cfm

Deadline: MARCH
Scholarship: Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarship (Up to $50000)
What: Scholarships awarded to college seniors and recent graduates who will be pursuing their first master's degree. Students must be nominated by their undergraduate institution.
Where: http://www.jkcf.org/scholarships/graduate-scholarships/

Deadline: SEPTEMBER
Scholarship: Anthony C. Russo Scholarship ($3000)
What: Scholarships for human resource, labor and industrial relations, public administration or political science graduate students with an interest in labor and employee relations and the public sector.
Where: Go to http://www.npelra.org/i4a/pages/Index.cfm?pageID=3332

Deadline: OCTOBER
Scholarship: Marshall Scholarship (Varies)
What: A scholarship for 2-3 years of graduate-level education in any field at a university in the United Kingdom. Includes tuition, travel expenses, & living stipend.
Where: Go to http://www.marshallscholarship.org

Deadline: OCTOBER 5
Scholarship: George J. Mitchell Scholarship (Varies)
What: A scholarship for 1 year of graduate-level education in any field at a university in Ireland or Northern Ireland . Includes tuition, travel expenses, & living stipend.
Where: Go to http://us-irelandalliance.org/mitchellscholarships/

Deadline: OCTOBER 5
Scholarship: Jacob K. Javits Fellowship (Varies)
What: A fellowship program open to US citizens and permanent residents with demonstrated financial need (must file a FAFSA) who will be pursuing a doctoral or master's degree in the social sciences, arts, or humanities. Applicants must not have yet completed their first full year of graduate study. Fellowship covers all tuition and fees, as well as provides a living stipend. Fellowship is renewable.
Where: Go to http://www.ed.gov/programs/jacobjavits/index.html

Deadline: OCTOBER 21 or MARCH 1
Scholarship: US Student Fulbright Grants (Varies)
What: Grants awarded to students and graduates that already hold a Bachelor's Degree for study, research, work as teaching assistants, and other projects around the world. Please see websites for destination-specific information. Must be US citizen.
Where: Go to http://us.fulbrightonline.org/home.html

Deadline: DECEMBER
Scholarship: Critical Language Scholarships for Intensive Summer Institutes
What: A full-ride scholarship for participation in 8-11 week intensive summer language institutes in critical-needs languages. Institutes take place at institutions in host countries where the language is spoken. Languages include Turkish, Russia, Persian, Arabic, Hindi, Urdu, etc. Open to undergraduates, graduates, and PhD students.
Where: Go to http://www.clscholarship.org

Deadline: DECEMBER 7
Scholarship: The Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics ($5000, $2500, $1500, $500)
What: A scholarship awarded to college juniors and seniors (must be a registered junior or senior in the Fall semester of the year you are entering the contest). Award based on an essay of 3,000-4,000 words.
Where: Go to http://www.eliewieselfoundation.org/prizeinethics.aspx

Deadline: DECEMBER 30
Scholarship: Blakemore Freeman Fellowships (Varies)
What: A fellowship awarded for one year of advanced-level study of an East Asian language on an approved language program in the host country. Grantees must already possess their bachelor's degree. College seniors may apply.
Where: Go to http://www.blakemorefoundation.org/

ALL STUDENTS

Deadline: NO DEADLINE SPECIFIED
Scholarship: Elizabeth Ann Bogert Fund Memorial Scholarship (up to $1000)
What: Provides grants up to $1000 for the study or practice of Christian mysticism. Must mail-in for scholarship application. Mailing address available on website.
Where: Go to http://fwccamericas.org/about_us/schol_grants.shtml

Deadline: MULTIPLE DEADLINES JANUARY-NOVEMBER
Scholarship: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Scholarships & Grants
What: Awards in various amounts for various exchange programs in Germany. Scholarships are available for programs including summer programs, undergraduate semester or year study, and graduate level study.
Where: Go to http://www.daad.org

Deadline: JANUARY-FEBRUARY
Scholarship: NSEP Boren Scholarship ($10000 semester/$20000 academic year)
What: A scholarship awarded to undergraduate students studying in a region outside of Western Europe . Award based on merit & study proposal. Recipients must fulfill a service requirement after graduation.
Where: Go to http://www.iie.org/en/Programs/Boren-Awards-for-International-Study

Deadline: JANUARY 15 (APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE IN SEPTEMBER)
Scholarship: Mensa Education and Research Foundation Scholarship (Varies)
What: Scholarship awarded to students enrolled as undergraduates during the following academic year. Student must reside in a participating American Mensa Local Group's area. Requires an essay of 550 words.
Where: http://www.mensafoundation.org/what-we-do/scholarships

Deadline: JANUARY 31
Scholarship: OP Loftbed Scholarship ($500)
What: A $500 scholarship offered by OP Loftbed. Open to US citizens only. Awarded based on the answers given to 3 short essay questions (essays 100 words max).
Where: Go to http://www.oploftbed.com/scholarship/index.php

Deadline: JANUARY 31
Scholarship: Roothbert Fund Scholarships ($2000-$3000)
What: Scholarships awarded annually to students "motivated by spiritual values." Preference given to those going into the education profession. Requires essay, transcripts and recommendation letters. Only open to students of select states (see website)
Where: Go to http://www.roothbertfund.org/scholarships.php#process

Deadline: FEBRUARY 8
Scholarship: peermusic Latin Scholarship ($5000)
What: Scholarship awarded to a student, aged 16-24, who submits the best new original music/lyrics in the Latin genre. Lyrics/composition must be the student's original work.
Where: Go to http://www.bmifoundation.org/program/peermusic_latin_scholarship

Deadline: FEBRUARY 15
Scholarship: Clarence and Lilly Pickett Grants ($2500-$3000)
What: Grants awarded to future Quaker leaders to undertake a service learning project. Grants are not intended to fund academic study, but to fund a service project.
Where: Go to http://pickettendowment.quaker.org/index.php

Deadline: FEBRUARY 15
Scholarship: USA Funds Access Scholarship ($1500)
What: A scholarship awarded to high school seniors, undergraduate, and graduate students. Award based primarily on financial need. Scholarship is renewable, provided the recipient maintains a 2.5 GPA. Applications available in October.
Where: Go to www.usafunds.org

Deadline: MARCH
Scholarship: Point Foundation Scholarships (Varies)
What: A scholarship awarded to individuals at all levels in higher ed (high school senior-PhD) that are leaders in and plan to contribute professionally to the LGBT community. Open to non-US citizens. Application available starting January 2.
Where: Go to http://www.thepointfoundation.com

Deadline: MARCH 5
Scholarship: National Italian American Foundation Scholarships ($2500-$10000)
What: Scholarships awarded in two categories: 1) to Italian American students 2) to students of any ethnicity interested in majoring or minoring in Italian language/cultural studies. Minimum 3.5 GPA or equivalent. Open to US citizens.
Where: Go https://www.niaf.org/scholarships/about.asp

Deadline: MARCH 7
Scholarship: NAACP Scholarships ($1500-$5000)
What: Several scholarships awarded to minority students. Please check website for individual scholarships' eligibility requirements.
Where: Go to http://www.naacp.org/page/s/scholarship2

Deadline: MARCH 31
Scholarship: KarMel Scholarship ($300-$400)
What: A variety of small scholarships awarded to student who submit the best entries of written and/or creative work on "the gay/lesbian/bi/transgender topic".
Where: Go to http://www.karenandmelody.com/

Deadline: APRIL 1
Scholarship: Global Solutions Flash Movie Contest ($2000, $1000, $500, $250)
What: A Flash animation contest run to help raise awareness of a given issue or topic.
Where: Go to http://globalsolutions.org/multimedia

Deadline: APRIL 1
Scholarship: Japanese American Citizens' League Scholarships (Varies)
What: Several scholarships awarded to members of a JACL branch. There are several application categories (entering freshmen, undergraduates, graduates). Applications for all categories other than Entering Freshmen are due April 1.
Where: Go to http://www.jacl.org/edu/scholar.htm

Deadline: MULTIPLE DEADLINES
Scholarship: Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Scholarships (Varies)
What: Several scholarships awarded to high school seniors and current undergraduates. Minimum GPA 2.5, students must exhibit leadership skills. Equal opportunity scholarship provider.
Where: Go to http://www.cbcfinc.org/cbcf-scholarships.html

Deadline: JUNE 1
Scholarship: Klingon Language Institute's Kor Memorial Scholarship ($500)
What: A scholarship awarded to a current undergraduate or graduate student pursuing education in the fields of language study.
Where: Go to http://www.kli.org/scholarship

Deadline: JUNE 2
Scholarship: National Sculpture Society Scholarship ($2000)
What: Scholarships offered to students of figurative or representational sculpture. Must submit 8-10 images of the students work, letter of application, and proof of financial need.
Where: Go to http://www.nationalsculpture.org/nssN/index.cfm/fa/cProg.scholarships

Deadline: JUNE 25
Scholarship: Collegiate Inventors Competition ($25000 & $15000)
What: Prizes awarded to the individuals or teams (up to 4 students) that come up with reproducible, innovative, and new inventions. A prize is also awarded to their advisor.
Where: Go to http://www.invent.org/collegiate/enter.html

Deadline: EARLY JUNE
Scholarship: Christophers Video Contest ($2000, $1000, $500, $100)
What: Scholarships awarded to undergraduates & graduates. Requires the submission of a video (5 minutes max) on an assigned theme.
Where: Go to http://www.christophers.org/Page.aspx?pid=273

Deadline: VARIES BASED ON REGION
Scholarship: Korean American Scholarship Foundation ($1000+)
What: Several scholarships awarded to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students of Korean heritage. Students apply by region where their college is located.
Where: Go to http://kasf.org/

Deadline: JULY 1
Scholarship: Freedom from Religion Foundation College Essay Competition ($2000, $1000, $500, $100)
What: A scholarship awarded based on a 4-5 page essay on an assigned topic.
Where: Go to http://www.ffrf.org/outreach/student-essay-contests/

Deadline: JULY 31
Scholarship: Platt Family Scholarship Essay Contest ($1000, $500, $250)
What: A scholarship provided by the Lincoln Forum. Must be enrolled in college to apply. Requires an essay of 1500-5000 words on a topic dealing with the life and presidency of Abraham Lincoln.
Where: Go to http://www.thelincolnforum.org/scholarship-essay-contest.php

Deadline: JULY 31
Scholarship: Supercollege.com Scholarship ($500-$2500)
What: A scholarship offered to help students afford attendance at "the college of their dreams". Open to US citizens and legal residents only. Awarded based on essay, academic achievements and extracurricular achievements.
Where: Go to http://www.supercollege.com/central.cfm?area=13&cart=1

Deadline: SEPTEMBER 17
Scholarship: Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest ($10000, $2000, $1000, $100, $50)
What: Several awards offered by The Ayn Rand Institue. Open to non-US citizens. Requires an essay on one of three assigned topics related to Ayn Rand's book, Atlas Shrugged , of between 1,000 and 1,200 words.
Where: http://www.aynrand.org/site/PageServer?pagename=education_contests_atlas

Deadline: OCTOBER
Scholarship: ACLU Stand Up For Freedom Contest ($500-$2000)
What: Prizes awarded in two categories, pod-cast and video Public Service Announcement. Pod-casts and PSAs should be on the given topic. Entrants must be between the ages of 17-29.
Where: Go to http://www.aclu.org/standup

Deadline: OCTOBER 1
Scholarship: Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships ($23000)
What: Scholarships awarded to students with 2 years of college-level course work completed. It takes about 18 months to apply & receive this scholarship. Students must apply through their local Rotary district. Applicants' commitment to academics equally as important as their commitment to fostering international goodwill.
Where: Go to http://www.rotary.org/en/studentsandyouth/educationalprograms/ambassadorialscholarships/pages/ridefault.aspx

Deadline: APRIL & OCTOBER
Scholarship: Gilman International Scholarship Program (up to $5000)
What: Provides funding for those wishing to study abroad in non-traditional destinations. Student must be receiving Pell Grant to be eligible. Students studying a critical needs language are eligible for an additional $3000 supplement. Open to US citizens.
Where: Go to http://www.iie.org/en/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program

Deadline: MIDDLE OF SPRING & FALL SEMESTERS
Scholarship: Akademos/TextbookX.com 2007 Fall Scholarship ($2000)
What: A scholarship offered in the Spring and Fall by textbookx.com. Requires an essay of 250-750 words and an application form, which you complete on-line.
Where: Go to http://www.textbookx.com/scholarship/

Deadline: VARIOUS DEADLINES, PLEASE CHECK WEBSITE
Scholarship United Negro College Fund Scholarships and Grants
What: Administers a variety of scholarship and grant programs, which benefit minority students. Scholarships available for high school seniors and undergraduate students. Must have minimum 2.5 GPA & unmet financial need in order to apply.
Where: Go to http://www.uncf.org/sections/forstudents/ss_scholarships/scholarships.asp

Deadline: VARIOUS DEADLINES, PLEASE CHECK WEBSITE
Scholarship: Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholarships
What: Administers several scholarships and grants to both high school seniors and undergraduate students. Must be Hispanic, with a minimum 3.0 GPA to apply. Applications available online August 1st.
Where: Go to http://hsf.net

Scholarship Search Engines

Fast Web: http://www.fastweb.com
Scholarships.com: http://www.scholarships.com
The Princeton Review Scholarship Search: http://www.princetonreview.com
Guaranteed Scholarship: http://www.guaranteed-scholarships.com
Fin Aid: http://www.finaid.org
College Board: http://www.collegeboard.com
Wired Scholar: http://www.collegeanswer.com
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities: http://www.hacu.net
FedMoney Grant Search: http://www.fedmoney.org
College Plan: http://www.collegeplan.org/cpnow/pnwguide/pnwguide.htm
Zinch:  http://www.zinch.com

BOOKS

  1. Blum, Laurie. Free Money for Foreign Study: A Guide to More Than 1,000 Grants and Scholarships for Study Abroad. New York , NY : Random House Publishing, 1994.
  2. Cassidy, Daniel J. The Scholarship Book, 11th Edition: The Complete Guide to Private-Sector Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants, and Loans for Undergraduates . Indianapolis , IN : Prentice Hall Press.
  3. Chany, Kalman A., and Geoff Martz. Paying for College Without Going Broke. Princeton Review, 2003.
  4. The College Board. Scholarship Handbook 2006 (The College Board Scholarship Handbook). College Board Publishing, 2005.
  5. Leider, Anna and Robert Leider. Don't Miss Out: The Ambitious Student's Guide to Financial Aid, 21st Edition. Alexandria , Virginia: Octameron Associates, 2004.
  6. McKee, Cynthia, and Philip McKee, Jr. Cash for College, Rev. Ed.,: The Ultimate Guide to College Scholarships. New Zealand: HarperCollins Publishers, 1999.
  7. Peterson, Thomson. Peterson's Scholarships, Grants, and Prizes. Santa Fe, NM: Peterson's Guides, 2005.
  8. Phillips, Patrick. Music, Dance, and Theatre Scholarships: A Guide to Undergraduate Awards . Cleveland, OH: Conway Greene Publishing Company, 1998.
  9. Schlachter, Gail Ann, and R. David Weber. Directory of Financial Aid for Women. El Dorado Hills, CA: Reference Service Press, 2005.
  10. Inc. Student Services (Corporate Author). The Minority and Women's Complete Scholarship Book. Chicago, IL: SOURCEBOOKS INC, 1998.
  11. Inc. Student Services (Corporate Author). B Student's (or Lower) Complete Scholarship Book . Chicago, IL: SOURCEBOOKS INC, 1997.
  12. Vuturo, Christopher. The Scholarship Advisor, 5th Edition. Princeton Review, 2005

*** Don’t fall for scams! ***
Beware of scholarships that cost money, promise money back guarantees, or request your credit card or money!