As you continue your studies and try new extracurricular activities in college, you might be eligible for more scholarships you weren’t originally qualified for. Don’t forget to revisit college scholarship opportunities regularly as you continue college or get more involved on or off campus.
Many scholarships are awarded for academic or athletic excellence. But scholarships aren’t just for straight-A students or all-star athletes. There are different types of scholarships out there for almost every hobby, skill, or interest. Think about your strengths and things you love to do—then search for scholarships based on those.
Most scholarships require you to fill out a form, write an essay, or submit some sort of creative entry.
These are scholarships that the financial aid office has been made aware of. This list is in no way comprehensive or all inclusive. A scholarships inclusion here does not guarantee eligibility. Please use this page along with other scholarship search engines to search for funding for college.
American Legion: Scholarships | The American Legion
Paralyzed Veterans of America: Scholarship Program (pva.org)
Veterans of Foreign Wars: Student Veteran Support – VFW
EOD Warrior Foundation: Scholarship Program – EOD Warrior Foundation
American Legion Auxiliary: Non Traditional Student (legion-aux.org)
Seabee Memorial Scholarship Association: Scholarships | SMSA (seabee.org)
College Board Big Future: College Scholarship Search | Find scholarships for students from over 2,200 programs (collegeboard.org)
KASF Scholarship – Southern Region: College Connection Scholarships – collegescholarships.com
GA futures (GSFC): https://www.gafutures.org/scholarship-search