Collegiate Scholarships

These scholarships (need based and merit based) are offered by individual colleges and universities to students who plan to attend their institutions and who meet the eligibility requirements.  Generally, your admissions application serves as your application for these scholarships.  Information describing many of the scholarship programs is available in the Collegiate Scholarship file cabinet.

All scholarship applications are handled as if they were college applications.  This means they need to be turned in to your counselor 10 working days prior to their deadline with a cover sheet detailing exactly what must accompany them before they leave our offices (ie: transcript, recommendations, number of copies of each, etc).

Non-Collegiate Scholarships

The sources for these scholarships may include: foundations, community service groups, companies, ethnic organizations, and churches.  The eligibility criteria may be based on financial need, academic excellence, service to others and personal characteristics.

All current scholarships are listed on the Career Center page of the Counseling Services site.  All applications are available online or in the Career Center.  Students can also check on Naviance for a complete listing.

Student College Scholarships

Web resource that provides listings and links to colleges in a number of states (Massachusetts, New York, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia) that award scholarships.

FastAID Scholarship Search

This site, sponsored by the Cassidy Endowment for Education and developed by Daniel Cassidy, a leading figure in the world of scholarships and financial aid, is easy to use and is highly valuable in terms of content. Walk step-by-step through the scholarship search/financial aid process, utilize scholarship searches, explore facts vs. myths, learn about types of scholarships, access a bibliography and link to other valuable resources.

Scholarships 101

This site, by Pinnacle Peak Solutions, Inc. provides a wealth of information to students, parents, and counselors about financing a college education.  Students may utilize a Scholarship Search Engine to search a database of over 8000 funding sources.   Also included at this site are links to Government Programs (both Federal and State), information about Loan Programs, Top Tips, a Glossary of Terms as well as numerous links to other Helpful Sites regarding the world of financial aid. 

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