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    Scholarship Opportunities

    Co-Action Scholarship - a collection of local scholarships; information for the 2021-22 school year is forthcoming.

    Titan 2022 Scholarship

    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.

    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.

    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.

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

    Wallin Flyer - English

     

    Wallin Flyer - Spanish  

    Wallin Flyer - Hmong

    Wallin Flyer - Somali

     

     

    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:

     

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    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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