Office of Student Financial Aid

Scholarship Search

Here are the scholarships you may be eligible for. Scholarship applications generally open in October and close anytime between December and March.


You can apply for hundreds of scholarships by submitting just two applications:
  • The Office of Student Financial Aid General Scholarship (the first option on your list)
  • The scholarship application for the college to which you’ve been admitted (the second option on your list)
We do our best to filter out scholarships for which you may not be eligible. But be sure to review descriptions and criteria to see if you qualify as you go through your results list.


  • Pay attention to the deadlines. They vary by scholarship.
  • Some donor scholarships are need-based. You may need to fill out a FAFSA for those.
  • Follow directions on how to apply. Fulfill all the requirements as directed for the scholarship. Requirements may include essays and recommendations.
  • Click “Save to List” to create a list of potential scholarships that you can print or email when you’re done.


View scholarship applications

You also can view scholarships by their descriptions. This is useful if you’re trying to find a specific scholarship for which you qualified in the past. Note that all the scholarships listed here were included in the “scholarships results” list. You won’t miss any scholarship opportunities if you don’t view the scholarship descriptions.


View scholarship descriptions

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The scholarship database does NOT include merit scholarships — scholarships automatically awarded to high-achieving incoming freshmen and transfer and adult students when they apply for admission. find information about those at: Maximize your scholarships! See our Scholarship webpage for tips on searching for and applying for scholarships.
Last Updated: 9/20/22