• Scholarship Opportunities


    Impact Program
    (Formerly Power of You) Two-year tuition-free program at Century College, household income needs to be under $75,000, apply to Century College and The Impact Program then take the Accuplacer. Email impact@centurycollege.org or call 651-773-1793 if you have any questions. (Application deadline 5/27/2022)


    PB&J Scholarship
    This annual scholarship (up to $1,000) is for students who have experienced personal challenges that may not have allowed them to perform well academically, but who still have the drive to succeed. With no GPA requirement, students are encouraged to apply as this scholarship is meant to be inclusive. Apply here. (Deadline 5/31/2022)


    UNCF 3M Science Applied to Life Scholarship
    Need-based scholarship for high school seniors interested in pursuing a STEM degree. Preference given to students attending HBCUs. (Deadline 5/12/2022)


    Jennings Vocational Education Scholarship
    Two scholarships (one male and one female), each up to $50,000, awarded to students planning to attend a post-secondary institution for vocational or technical training. (Deadline 5/15/2022)


    Fastweb Scholarships
    Various scholarships through a national scholarship database. (Varying deadlines)


    Linden Scholarship
    This high school scholarship program is seeking students who are committed to improving their communities through active volunteer service. Applicants must reside in Washington, Ramsey, or Dakota counties, maintain a 2.0 GPA, and demonstrate a financial need. Up to $1,500 annually for those attending 2-year colleges and up to $3,000 for those attending a 4-year program. Apply here. (Deadline 4/29/2022)


    Maplewood Oakdale Lions Club
    The Maplewood-Oakdale Lions Club is awarding several $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors attending an accredited college or vocational-technical school in the Fall of 2022. Apply here. (Deadline 5/2/2022)


    Student-View Scholarship
    The Student-View Scholarship is offering $13,000 worth of scholarships to high school seniors who plan to attend a four-year college, a community college or a vocational school. It is open to all students. Students who complete the 15-20 minute survey will automatically be entered in to a drawing. Information here. (Deadline 5/2/2022)


    Titan 2022 Scholarship
    Five scholarships, for $10,000 each, awarded to students attending a 2 or 4-year college. (Deadline 1/15/2022)


    DeMaris Hobbs-Ekdahl Scholarship
    This scholarship program is for a 2 or 4-year college and offers a one-time award of $2,500. Any senior (Class of 2022) who played football in the Fall 2021 season is eligible. To be considered, please write an essay stating how you intend to use your scholarship. (Deadline 12/ 17/2021) 


    Concordia College Moorhead Visual Art Scholarship
    This scholarship recognizes your potential participation and leadership as a collegiate-level artist or art historian and may be stacked with your Excellence Scholarship. Many recipients of this award will also qualify for additional financial scholarships and grants, in which case the Scholarship in the Visual Arts may become a component of a larger financial aid package. (Deadline 2/1/2022) 


    League of Women Voters of Roseville Area
    Offers a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors with post-secondary plans. (Deadline 2/14/2022)


    Minnesota Masonic Charities Scholarships
    Renewable academic scholarships ranging from $2500-$6000. Five different categories (dependent on GPA and ACT scores) for scholarships. Apply through this link. (Deadline 2/15/2022) 


    Wallin Scholarship
    The Wallin Scholarship program offers $4,000/year ($16,000 over four years!), targeted advising, and networking opportunities. (Deadline 2/11/2022)


    Garnet Masonic Lodge Scholarship
    Six scholarships awarding $1,000 each. Information included here. Application information here. (Deadline 3/31/2022)


    New Horizons Futures Scholarship
    A work study program with New Horizons Academy. Work full-time (30 or more hours/ week) while earning your Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education. Apply here. (Deadline 2/28/2022)


    Page Grant
    Renewable $1500-$2500 scholarships offered to students enrolling full-time at a Minnesota post-secondary institution. Click on the link for more information and instructions for applying. (Deadline 4/1/2022)


    MnACC Scholarships
    A one-time award ranging from $500-$2500 for students of color enrolling at a member institution in the 2022-2023 academic year. (Deadline 3/21/2022)


    American Association of University Women
    A renewable scholarship awarding $4,000 per year for up to 8 consecutive semesters. Application here. (Deadline 3/21/2022)


    Bridging the Dream Scholarship
    High school seniors who are facing financial challenges may apply to win a $10,000 scholarship to help them attend college or a vocational-technical school. (Deadline 2/28/2022)


    Men's College Scholarship
    Multiple scholarships, totaling $50,000, available to any male graduating senior from an accredited high school who is enrolling in a four-year undergraduate college program that commences in the fall. (Deadline 4/1/2022)

    League of Women Voters of Roseville Area
    Offers a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors with post-secondary plans. (Deadline 2/14/2022)


    Co-Action Scholarship 
    A collection of local scholarships for students in 622. (Deadline 2/26/2022)


    Mary J. Szczepanski "Never Give Up" MS Scholarship Foundation
    This national high school scholarship program was established in 2000 and created to remember Mary J. Szczepanski's mom, who fought MS for 38 years. Seniors must collect pledges (a minimum of $500) for MS to be considered for a scholarship of $1,000. More information and pledge forms can be found on the Mary J. Szczepanski website. (Deadline 3/14/2022)

    MCIS Link 

    Tozer Scholarship - click here for more information, then use the forms below and go to their website to submit the application
     
    Helpful websites for more scholarship opportunities:

    Learn how to:

    Search the following online sources for more opportunities:

    • FastAid Fastweb has information regarding how to apply for scholarships, basic information on what financial aid consists of, and includes links to several sites on college entrance and scholarship searches. The user may do a custom search and is able to select specific scholarships from the initial search and save them.
    • Guaranteed Scholarships This site lists scholarships awarded by the specific school to students who qualify. These scholarships require no essays, interviews or competition.
    • RaiseMe is a social enterprise focused on expanding access to higher education, especially among low-income and first-generation students. Please check with the colleges you are debating between about how this platform works with their financial aid package.
     
    Remember to look for scholarship opportunities through your (or your parents') employers, civic organizations, clubs, and churches.

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    https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/redirects/college-gov

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    Helpful Websites for More Scholarship Opportunities:


    Learn how to:


    Search the following online sources for more opportunities:

    • FastAid Fastweb has information regarding how to apply for scholarships, basic information on what financial aid consists of, and includes links to several sites on college entrance and scholarship searches. The user may do a custom search and is able to select specific scholarships from the initial search and save them.
    • Guaranteed Scholarships This site lists scholarships awarded by the specific school to students who qualify. These scholarships require no essays, interviews or competition.
    • RaiseMe is a social enterprise focused on expanding access to higher education, especially among low-income and first-generation students. Please check with the colleges you are debating between about how this platform works with their financial aid package.

    Remember to look for scholarship opportunities through your (or your parents') employers, civic organizations, clubs, and churches.

    Designed by students for students. 
    Make higher education a viable option:  

    https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/redirects/college-gov