Many foundations, corporations, institutions, trade associations, religious and ethnic organizations, and other groups offer scholarships. These awards are based on a wide variety of qualifications, including need, academic and athletic achievement, or special talents. The best place to start is online.
Visit the trusted sites below:
- – This Financial Aid Information Page also offers financial aid advice.
- – This website is the leading scholarship search provider for students.
- Security Service Federal Credit Union Scholarships – Visit our scholarship page for the requirements and deadlines.
- – Visit this scholarship clearinghouse and search their computer data base for available scholarships.
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Several grant programs are sponsored by the federal government. The best-known are Pell Grants and Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG), which are need-based programs:
- Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are awarded at the discretion of each college's financial aid office.
- SEOG funds are limited, so not all deserving students receive such grants.
- Be sure to visit the financial aid office of your college of choice.
- Additional grants may also be available through