Students can search for scholarships through Warhill’s April 2019 Scholarships, national databases, and through the colleges or career schools they wish to attend.  Remember that community colleges also award scholarshipsStudents should check with their parents’ employers, insurance companies and banks to learn about other scholarships.  Pay close attention to deadlines!

You should never have to pay to apply for or accept a scholarship.  Learn more about Scholarship Scams.

To request your transcript to be sent for a scholarship, complete Transcript Request Form for Scholarships.

National Databases:

  • First Generation Scholarships – Scholarship list for students who are the first in their family to attend college.
  • Raise.me – Get scholarships from colleges for your achievements in high school.  Start as early as 9th grade!
  • Scholarship Guidance – Register for free to receive latest scholarship listings.  The #1 High School and University Resource for Students.
  • Weird Scholarships– Find small and unique scholarship opportunities.
  • Fastweb – Get matched to scholarships and explore thousands of colleges.  Free.
  • FinAid – Comprehensive information about where to search for scholarships.
  • MeritAid – Search for merit and academic scholarships from across the country.
  • College Scholarships.com – New awards added daily.
  • Scholarships.com – Find money for college and get found by colleges.  Free.
  • Guide to Applying for Scholarships – By reviews.com.

Military:

Minority Students:

Women:

Undocumented/DACA Students:

Don’t forget to apply for Financial Aid!