Scholarship Directory is a tool to help high school students find scholarship opportunities that are based on their academic interests. The website provides an extensive list of scholarships from around the world, as well as details about each one, including their eligibility criteria and award amounts. This site also provides information about the different types of scholarships offered.
ASSE Student Chair Scholarship Program
ASSE Student Chair Scholarship is funded by the ASSE Foundation for an undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Engineering. The scholarship winner will receive $5,000 per academic year and up to $20,000 total for their studies. The deadline for applications is February 28th. The ASSE Student Chair Scholarship is offered to undergraduate or graduate students in the Department of Engineering.
Accounting Department Scholarship
The Accounting Department Scholarship Fund was established to help students in the accounting department at Northern Illinois University. There are two scholarships given out each year that will be awarded to students majoring in Accounting, up to $1,000 per scholarship. The funds for this scholarship come from alumni donations and money won by the student’s specific department. These funds were meant to encourage students who are interested in the field of accounting and strive for excellence.
The Agriculture Scholarship Fund is a program that awards scholarships to individuals who are studying agriculture related fields. Established in 2012, the Agriculture Scholarship Fund has awarded over $2.5 million dollars in scholarships. Today, more than 1,500 scholarship recipients are enrolled in various agricultural-related programs across the country. The scholarship fund is funded by an investment portfolio of $20 million and was started by some of the most generous agricultural producers in the nation.
Alice Ebel Scholarship program
The Alice Ebel Scholarship was created in 2002 by Dr. David Lidov, a professor at the University of Toronto. The scholarship is awarded to one student who intends to pursue a career in teaching or research in leukemia immunology. The award is up to $10,000 for each year of study.
Gwen Wallace is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Toronto studying Molecular Biology and Biochemistry.
The Alumni Enhancement Fund is a new initiative that offers cash incentives to alumni who are willing to invest in the university. The program is designed to offer an opportunity for alumni and friends of the university to invest in our faculty and students by funding programs and professorships, as well as other initiatives. Through this program, we hope to reinvigorate alumni involvement with our University community.
Amy’s Gift Endowed Scholarship program
The Amy’s Gift Endowed Scholarship was established in honor of Amy McClure, who graduated from the University with Highest Honors. As a student worker at the bookstore, she always went out of her way to help struggling students with their assignments and homework. She made a difference in so many lives while she was here on campus.
Ann E. Nolte Scholarship Program
Ann E. Nolte Scholarship is a scholarship that helps children of fallen police officers, firefighters, and EMS workers with college tuition. The goal is to give these children the educational opportunities their parents were robbed of due to their sacrifice in the line of duty. These careers have some of the highest rates of workplace fatalities among occupations nationwide.
Anna Ropp Endowed Scholarship Program
This endowment was established to honor Anna Ropp, a woman who dedicated her life to improving the lives of people living in poverty. The scholarship is awarded annually and provides $2,000 per year for four years to a student majoring in social work at the University of Alabama.
The Autism Program Fund (APF) is a non-profit organization that helps with low-income families in the United States. They started out in 2009 and they have an A+ rating from Charity Navigator. The APF assists with the purchase of therapy, medication, and other products such as trainers or orthotics that can be difficult to afford for some families. Families who qualify for the program are provided grants based on need and type of disability.
Named Scholarships and Endowments
Named scholarships and endowments are not only a way for donors to establish an everlasting legacy at their alma mater, but also an opportunity to create new scholarship funds for students in need. Every year, the University of Michigan receives over $27 million in donations from alumni who are either establishing or naming new funds.
Scholarships programs for Current College Students
Corvallis Woman’s Club Scholarship program
The Corvallis Woman’s Club Scholarship is a way to honor the women of the community. It was established in 1946 and will award a total of $10,000 in scholarships this year. The local club has been providing for the community for over 50 years and is still going strong!
The Resilience Scholarship Program
The Resilience Scholarship is a pilot program in the United States that offers scholarships up to $3,000 and mentorship to students in grades 8-12. The scholarship aims to do three things: provide hope for students facing hardship, expand the reach of four-year colleges and universities by partnering with community organizations, and build a new generation of leaders.
H. Wayne & Edna M. Schultz Scholarship program
The H. Wayne & Edna M. Schultz Scholarship is a scholarship that was founded by the Schultz family to provide for students who are looking to become engineers or science majors. The scholarship is open to high school seniors and will be given to the top 3 applicants, selected by a committee of engineering and science professors from two local colleges; Western Illinois University and Illinois State University.
William Harrison Gill Education Program
William Harrison Gill was a famous entrepreneur, who back in the early 20th century, founded a very successful oil company. This created a lot of wealth for Bill and his heirs. Unfortunately, in the 1980s, Bill passed away and left no written will stating how his vast estate should be distributed to his heirs. The result is that the estate has been tied up in court for over two decades now.
Helen J. & Harold Gilman Smith Scholarship Program
Helen J. and Harold Gilman Smith Scholarship is a $1000 scholarship for any undergraduate students enrolled in a four-year institution who are pursuing a biological sciences major. The recipient of this scholarship must be a resident of Wisconsin and can be any gender, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.