Scholarships - Local/Community, Minnesota
American Association of University Women (AAUW) Scholarship-Due postmarked no later than February 23, 2023 or received by February 28, 2023
The Scholarship Trust offers a four-year college scholarship for young women who are graduating high school seniors of accredited public or private schools in the St Paul Metro Area, specifically from the designated geographic boundaries within the Independent School Districts of 623, 622, 625, 197, 6, 199 and 833. The scholars must attend an accredited college or university to earn a bachelors degree. Scholarships are based on the student’s financial need, academic excellence (in the top 20% of her graduating class, or acceptable ACT/SAT scores), school and/or community volunteer activity, a teacher recommendation, personal essay and a personal interview.
The amount of the scholarship is $4,000 per year and is renewable for up to 8 consecutive semesters or until the scholar graduates with a Baccalaureate degree, whichever comes first, providing the recipient remains a full-time student and maintains a B average. Applications are available online and will be considered only for the pursuit of Baccalaureate degrees.
Concordia Cobber Alumni Referral Grant-Due December 1, 2022
Any student who has been referred by a Concordia College graduate will receive the new $500 Alumni Referral Grant. The grant is renewable for three additional years — totaling a $2,000 benefit to the student during their time at the college.
Page Grant- Due April 1. 2023
The Page Grant is annually renewable and can be applied toward an associate (certificate, tech/trade/community college) or bachelor’s program. We do not have a minimum GPA requirement and non-U.S. citizens are encouraged to apply. Award ranges from $1,500 - $2,500 annually.
Scholarships are added as they become available to the Guidance Department. Applications are also available for pick-up in the guidance office.