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Scholarship Information

There are many scholarship opportunities available for our students. Please review the list below and click on the links for more information. Feel free to contact the Integrated Studies office for any additional information.

  • ScholarshipHelp - ScholarshipHelp is a website that explains how college funding works, the types of scholarships available, how to find them and how to apply for them.  http://www.mycollegescholarship.org

  • 1,000 Dreams Scholarship Fund- Each year, the 1,000 Dreams Scholarship is awarded to up to five female students with financial need who are attending high school or a two-year or four-year college or university in the U.S. Students must demonstrate financial need. https://www.growyourgiving.org/scholarships/1000-dreams-scholarship-fund 
  • American Legion Auxiliary Non-traditional Student Scholarship – An annual award of $1000 is available to members of the American Legion, the AL Auxiliary or the Sons of The American Legion. The scholarship is open to adult students who are headed to college for the first time, or are returning to complete an interrupted education. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited vocational school, or a two-year or four-year college. https://www.alaforveterans.org/scholarships/non-traditional-student-scholarship

  • Association for Non-traditional Students in Higher Education – ANTSHE is dedicated to the support and encouragement of adult students who are pursuing their degrees in higher education. The association administers three scholarship programs, the Marius “Gabe” Degabriel Scholarship, the Kazimour Scholarship and the Contributors Scholarship. Award amounts vary, depending on course of studies, academic achievement and financial need. http://www.myantshe.org/ANTSHE-Scholarships

  • AAIA Displaced Homemaker Scholarship - The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Displaced Homemaker Scholarships in the amount of $1000 each, to those men and women who would not otherwise be able to complete their educational goals due to family responsibilities. Funds may be used to assist with child care, transportation and basic living expenses, etc. in addition to educational costs. Disbursement is made during the first semester. Applicants must be full time students. This scholarship does not automatically renew. Students are eligible to apply on a yearly basis. Deadline for application is July 20. http://www.indian-affairs.org

  • Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) Program - The program provides financial support and guidance to adults in the community who are in a variety of transitional situations. ASIST is coordinated by the participating EWI Chapters. Each Chapter has its own deadline date for submitting an application, so please contact your local Chapter to obtain their timeline for the application process. http://ewiconnect.com/scholarships

  • Education Support Award- The Patsy Takemoto Mink Education Foundation will award five grants to low-income women with children who are pursuing a college degree or training program. Applicants must be of at least 17 years of age and a mother with minor children who can demonstrate financial need and state their civic-oriented or career goals post-graduation. http://patsyminkfoundation.org/edsupport.html
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant- The Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant is a federal grant awarded to low-income undergraduate students with “exceptional need” for educational financial assistance (i.e. those with the lowest Expected Family Contributions, or EFCs, and who are also Federal Pell Grant recipients.) https://www2.ed.gov/programs/fseog/index.html 
  • The Wal-Mart Associate Scholarships - The Walmart Foundation offers scholarship programs that benefit qualified Wal-Mart associates and their high school senior dependents. Applications for the program can be found on Wal-Mart's website. http://foundation.walmart.com/our-focus/associate-scholarships

  • P.E.O. Program for Center for Professional Education - Provides grants up to $1,500 for educational expenses, (e.g., tuition, books, transportation, childcare) to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to resume studies due to changing demands in their lives. http://www.peointernational.org

  • Soroptimist Live Your Dream Awards- 

    Among many programs aimed at promoting female empowerment and improving the lives of women and girls, Soroptimist’s Live Your Dream Awards support education and training for women who want to make a positive change within their community and around the world. Recipients may apply their award to higher education, books, childcare, tuition, and transportation costs. http://www.soroptimist.org/awards/live-your-dream-awards.html  


  • Soroptimist's Women's Opportunity Awards - These are cash awards that assist women entering or re-entering the workforce in obtaining the education and skills training they need to improve their employment status. These awards are for women who are attending, or have been accepted to, a vocational/skills training program, or an undergraduate degree program. Recipients may use for any expenses related to their educational pursuits. These include tuition and books, housing, child care and transportation. Awards vary up to $10,000.  http://www.soroptimist.org/

  • Royal Neighbors of America, Nontraditional Scholarships - RNA's "nontraditional" scholarship program provides educational support to members who don't fall into the usual college age range. Fifteen scholarships are open to persons age 23 and older. Two scholarship amounts are available: $500 for part-time students and $1,000 for full-time students.  http://www.royalneighbors.org/membership-benefits/scholarship