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It’s never too early to begin looking for scholarships. You can start your search on free websites like Fastweb and the College Board. You may also be eligible for scholarships and grants specific to your college or university, and even some high schools will offer local scholarships and award them to college-bound students.

When you find a scholarship for which you qualify, its application instructions should be included. For scholarships, you may need to write an essay. Be sure to pay attention to all the rules and guidelines, as well as any deadlines.

For grants and loans, the application process typically is easier. Most grants and loans simply require you to complete the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

The FAFSA is used to determine your financial need and can qualify you for need-based loans and grants. Originally created to qualify individuals for federal aid only, the FAFSA is now used to determine most need-based aid, federal and otherwise.

Seniors can apply for Federal Aid using the FAFSA after October 1st of their senior year. You will need your previous year tax information.  It is recommended that you apply earlier than later.


The Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) provides the FFAA (Florida Financial Aid Application) to students seeking state scholarship and grant awards for the 2017-2018 post-secondary academic year. This single application is used to evaluate the student for the programs listed below: Please select the link below for information on how to apply and what types of aid are available. Application is available beginning October 1st annually  Go to:

Access to Better Learning and Education (ABLE) Grant

Bright Futures Scholarship

First Generation Matching Grant

Florida Incentive Scholarship
FIS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Florida Fund for Minority Teachers

Florida Resident Access Grant (FRAG)

Florida Student Assistance Grant (FSAG)Florida Public Postsecondary Career Education Student Assistance Grant

Florida Work Experience Program

José Martí Scholarship Challenge Grant

Mary McLeod Bethune Scholarship

Rosewood Family Scholarship

Scholarships for Children and Spouses of Deceased or Disabled Veterans
Award Amounts

The online 2018-2019 FFAA will close August 31, 2019. By that date, all state scholarship and grant deadlines for the 2018-19 academic year will have passed and all school districts will have completed graduation (including summer session) for the 2018-19 academic year. If any current senior is planning to graduate early (Dec 2018) they must complete the FFAA by August 31, 2018. All service hours must be included on high school transcripts by the time of graduation in May. The test date deadline for Bright Futures evaluation is June 30.

Go to:

SelectState Grants, Scholarships & Applications, and under Applicant Quick Links, select Student Application to complete and submit an online application. Pay attention to program deadlines listed in the application conditions section, the application results screen, and the application acknowledgement communication sent to the e-mail address provided by the student on his/her application.


For over sixty years, Southern Scholarship Foundation (SSF) has helped thousands of students with outstanding academic abilities, good character and financial need realize their dream of a college education. Foundation awards scholarships in the form of rent-free housing to live in one of twenty-seven, furnished scholarship houses that are adjacent to their college campus. SSF operates as a 501(c)(3) and is a privately funded non-profit business.

Eligibility- Good Character, Financial Need, 3.0 GPA and Acceptance into one of the above schools.    Deadline March 1 annually


Local, State, and National Scholarship Search Engines

The following scholarships are local scholarships. They are organized by their deadline month.
October Scholarships
November Scholarships
December Scholarships
January Scholarships
February Scholarships
March Scholarships
April Scholarships
May Scholarships
June Scholarships
Scholarships for Military Families


2018-19 –You can sign up and register to get a free account to view updated scholarships and get alerted of new scholarships on your Facebook account. – HIGHLY RECOMMEND! – HIGHLY RECOMMEND!


Army ROTC scholarships University of North Georgia

 Recipients become Army lieutenants upon graduation from UNG with bachelor’s degrees.  If selected for active duty Army, starting salary is $59,000 per year!

  • General Army ROTC Scholarship (4-Year and 3-Year Advance-Designee)
  • Arabic and Chinese Language Majors
  • STEM Majors
  • Guaranteed Reserve Force Duty (Army National Guard or Army Reserve)

What does the scholarship pay for?

  • Tuition and Fees – or – Room and Board
  • Monthly stipend ($300/mo freshman; $350/mo sophomore; $450/mo junior; $500/mo senior)
  • $1,200 per year book allowance
  • Total value at UNG:

$59,000 for a 4-year scholarship, or

$45,000 for a 3-year advance-designee scholarship (benefits start sophomore year)

NOTE:  Out of state Cadets pay in-state tuition!  This saves your student over $50,000 over four years of college. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact our Army ROTC Scholarship expert, Mr. Greg Killeen at or 706-864-1884


American Trucks

4 x $2000 scholarships to students(including high school seniors) pursuing a career in the traditional building trades such as HVAC, carpentry, electrical, or related fields of study. Two scholarships will be awarded every spring semester, followed by two additional scholarships to be awarded for the fall semester each year

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 Individual College/University Scholarships

Many schools offer scholarships to students who have been accepted. Scholarships can be based on need or merit. Some schools will send scholarship invitation emails to eligible students but may require a separate scholarship application so please check their websites to see what scholarships they offer and deadlines for applying.  You can also contact the school’s Office of Financial Aid for information regarding their scholarships, loans, grants, and employment opportunities. 


American Educational Guidance Center

As you will see, this site lists and links to about 70 no-cost scholarship search sites…virtually every such site on the Internet.   

Elsewhere on our site <> is an online GPA calculator, contact information for United States schools, colleges and universities, a list of colleges offering comprehensive programs for students with learning disabilities, lists of Christian colleges, Catholic colleges, colleges for women, online degree programs, HBCU’s, and much, much more.

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