Scholarship information is available in the college catalogs or in the college’s website. Most students are automatically reviewed for scholarships when they submit their application, but some may require additional information. It is the student’s responsibility to contact financial aid offices, complete and file financial aid and scholarship applications, meet all deadlines and supply the necessary information.
*NOTE: All scholarship applications are handled as college applications: Counselors must have two weeks before deadline to write recommendations and have transcripts printed for scholarships submitted.
A great website for a scholarship search is www.fastweb.org.
Another great site for financial aid information is www.finaid.org/. This site will also answer many student and parent questions.
Scholarships 101 www.scholarships101.com. Access a database of over 8,000 scholarships and also contains information about financing an education.
Please see "scholarship info" under guidance links for a current list of scholarship applications available through the Counseling Center.