Scholarship Opportunities

You may be eligible for scholarships made for incoming students just like you. Scholarships like grants are educational awards that you do not have to pay back. Browse the table below to discover scholarships that you may be eligible to apply. Scholarship opportunities are also available through undergraduate departments to new and current students.

There may be outside opportunities to earn scholarships that are not provided directly by the university. The main sources of these scholarships are churches, organizations, clubs, trusts and foundations. We encourage you to actively pursue these sources of assistance and turn awards in to the Financial Aid Office.

Freshman Merit Scholarships

When determining merit-based scholarships, ACU considers high school GPA, class rank and ACT/SAT test scores. These awards range from $6,500 per year to $15,000 per year.

National Merit Finalist/Semifinalist Award
Who Must be named a National Merit Finalist or Semifinalist, an undergraduate and entering ACU as a new, first-time student.
How Much Guarantee of 100 percent tuition when coordinated with federal, state and other institutional grants.
How Long Eight consecutive long semesters (4 Annual Block) or your first undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.
How to Apply Provide National Merit Certificate and meet the scholarship requirements stated here.
Deadline March 1
Other National Merit Finalists and Semifinalists are required to list ACU as first choice with the National Merit Corporation. Minimum GPA to maintain scholarship is 3.20.

 

National Merit Commended Award
Who Must be named National Merit Commended, and undergraduate and entering ACU as a new, first-time student.
How Much $2,000 per academic year.
How Long Eight consecutive long semesters (4 Annual Block) or your first undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.
How to Apply Provide National Merit Certificate to the admissions office.
Deadline March 1
Other A minimum 3.20 GPA required for renewal.

 

National Hispanic Recognition Award
Who Must be named National Merit Commended, and undergraduate and entering ACU as a new, first-time student.
How Much Finalists and Semi-Finalists will receive $6,000 per year; Commended will receive $2,000 per year
How Long Eight consecutive long semesters (4 Annual Block) or your first undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.
How to Apply Provide National Hispanic Recognition Award Certificate to the admissions office.
Deadline March 1
Other A minimum 2.5 GPA required for renewal and needs to complete the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FASFA)

 

National Achievement Scholarship
Who Must be named a Semifinalist or Finalist by the National Achievement Program, an undergraduate and entering ACU as a new, first-time student.
How Much Total of 100% tuition when coordinated with federal, state and other institutional grants.
How Long Eight consecutive long semesters (4 Annual Block) or your first undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.
How to Apply Provide National Achievement Program certificate or letter
Deadline March 1
Other A minimum 3.20 GPA required for renewal.

Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship

ACU’s valedictorian/salutatorian scholarship is available to new first time entering freshman students only who ranked No. 1 or No. 2 in their high school class. Please submit an official transcript indicating your class rank by June 1 to be awarded this one-year, $1,000 scholarship.

Transfer Merit Awards

Click here to learn more about ACU transfer scholarships.

Transfer Merit Awards
Who Undergraduate only, transferring to ACU with high academic standing
How Much Based on cumulative GPA from all previous colleges.
  • 3.30 to 4.00 GPA = $10,000 per year - Transfer Merit I
  • 2.85 to 3.29 GPA = $8,000 per year - Transfer Merit II
  • 2.30 to 2.84 GPA = $7,000 per year - Transfer Merit III
How Long This award is valid for up to three annual block tuition plans while pursuing first undergraduate degree
How to Apply Must be an admitted student. Must provide an official transcript of all classes prior to ACU.
Deadline First day of class for entering semester.
Other Minimum GPA to maintain scholarship is:
  • Level I - 3.20
  • Level II - 3.00
  • Level III - 2.50
Departmental Scholarships for New Students

School of Information Technology

The School of Information Technology and Computing awards scholarships in varying amounts (typically $1,000 to $4,000 per year for a maximum of eight semesters with a minimum GPA requirement of 3.0) to a select number of incoming freshman and transfer students each year. All students who have been accepted to ACU and indicated an intended major in one of the following areas are welcome to apply: Computer Science, Information Technology, Digital Entertainment Technology, Information Systems, Computer Science and Math with Teacher Certification.

Please note, the selection process includes a thorough review of all scholarship application items. Application items and essay should demonstrate your interest, talent and commitment to the field of technology or computing. Candidates receive higher award consideration for high GPA, class rank and test scores; and financial need may be considered.

Departmental Scholarships for Current Students

Some scholarships are awarded by academic departments in addition to those awarded by ACU Student Financial Services. Contact your department to learn more about potential scholarship opportunities. 

Multicultural scholarships for New Students

The following list of scholarships includes information for those scholarships that have published information for the academic year.

Cultures of ACU
Description Competitive scholarship that provides an award for students of any ethnicity who demonstrate a diverse perspective and experience that can be used to promote a culture of diversity in ACU.
Amount Valued at up to $2,500 per year ($10,000 for 4 years)
How To Apply Complete and submit the application.
Contact your admissions counselor for more info.
Deadline March 1
Other Students must be admitted to apply for this scholarship. An essay will be required.

Twenty scholarships available

HLC/ACU Partnership Scholarship
Description Provides an award for Hispanic students currently attending a school in the Region 14 Education Center system (Abilene and surrounding areas). Recipients are selected by the Hispanic Leadership Council Scholarship Committee of Abilene.
Amount This award will combine with federal, state and institutional aid not to exceed full tuition.
How To Apply Complete and submit the application.
Contact your admissions counselor for more info.
Deadline March 30
Other Students must be admitted to apply for this scholarship.

Three scholarships available

Southwestern Christian College Award
Description Provides an award to undergraduates with an Associate Degree from Southwestern Christian College and who demonstrate the desire and ability to excel academically.
Amount Valued at up to $8,000 per year ($32,000 for 4 years)
How To Apply Complete and submit the Cultures of ACU application.
Contact your admissions counselor for more info.
Deadline March 31
Other Student must meet ACU admissions standards for transfer students and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Other ACU Scholarships and Grants

The following ACU scholarships and grants are available in limited quantities. Please click on each scholarship for additional details and application information.

ACU Grant

The ACU Grant program is designed to help students with additional need. In order to be considered, students must complete the FAFSA annually.

Athletics Scholarships
Who Determined by NCAA and coach.
How Much Amount varies up to full grant in AID.
How Long Renewed based on various factors.
Contact your admissions counselor for more info.
How To Apply Contact coach in respective sport. For more information, visit www.acusports.edu.
Deadline No deadline
Christian Academies Scholarship
Who All undergraduate students. Must be a dependent child of a full-time employee of a Christian school that is a National Christian Schools Association member.
How Much $6,000 for employees' children, $12,000 for the children of the superintendent, CEO or principal.
How Long Up to eight long semesters (4 Annual Blocks) while pursuing first undergraduate degree.
How to Apply Please contact Admissions or Student Financial Services for more information.
Deadline February 1
Other Employee must be employed for 12 months prior to date of ACU enrollment. Student must be under age 25.
Christian Colleges Scholarship
Who All undergraduate students. Must be a dependent child of a full-time employee of an ACU sister college participating in the reciprocal tuition discount program.
How Much Guarantee of 50 percent tuition when coordinated with all other gift aid from federal, state, and institutional sources.
How To Apply Please contact Admissions or Student Financial Services for application form.
Deadline March 1
Other Employee must be employed for 12 months prior to date of ACU enrollment. Student must be under age 25. Contact Admissions or Student Financial Services for list of participating schools.
Church Match Scholarship
Who Students must receive a matching scholarship from their church congregation and be enrolled full time (12 hours per semester for undergraduate students and 9 hours per semester for graduate students). The congregation must send the scholarship check with the completed application.
How Much The maximum amount eligible for the matching scholarship from ACU is $500 per student per academic year.
How Long For fall and spring semesters only.
Contact your admissions counselor for more info.
How To Apply Congregation must send a scholarship check with the completed Church Match Scholarship form.
Deadline Submit application with check between June 1 and Sept. 1 for fall semester, or Dec. 1 and Feb. 1 for spring semester.
Missionary Children
Who Must be a child of full-time Church of Christ missionary currently in a foreign field. Must be sponsored by a U.S. Church of Christ. This scholarship is available to undergraduate students only.
How Much Guarantee of 75 percent of tuition when coordinated with all other gift aid from federal, state, and institutional sources.
How Long Up to eight long semesters (4 Annual Blocks) while pursuing first undergraduate degree.
How To Apply Contact Admissions or Student Financial Services for application form.
Deadline March 1
Other Recipients must reside in university-owned housing or University Park Apartments and must earn at least 12 hours each semester. Minimum GPA to maintain scholarship is 2.50.
Scouting Scholarship

ACU’s Scouting Scholarship is reserved for incoming freshmen with backgrounds as a BSA Eagle Scout, BSA Venturing Silver Awardee, BSA Sea Scouting Quartermaster Awardee, GSUSA Gold Awardee, or an American Heritage Girls Stars and Stripes Awardee. This annually renewable award is valued at $1,000. Apply online for this scholarship. The deadline to apply for a Scouting Scholarship is March 1, 2016.

Outside Scholarships

Outside scholarships, also known as “private scholarships” or “third party scholarships,” are educational awards not provided directly by ACU. The main sources of these scholarships are churches, organizations, clubs, trusts and foundations. We encourage you to actively pursue these sources of assistance and turn awards in to the Financial Aid Office.

Tips for Applying for Scholarships
  • Choose a scholarship organization that you feel passionately about or one that has a purpose statement or vision you share.
  • Provide specific responses to questions with good, elaborate examples that will make your essay or video stand out rather than generic remarks and clichés.
  • Be witty, creative, and sincere. Remember that some of these organizations will be reading hundreds of applications so be sure to let your unique personality shine through!
  • Proofread, proofread, proofread! Ask an English teacher and/or friends and family to critique your essay. They can help you brainstorm, get your creative juices flowing, and catch simple grammatical/punctuation errors you may have missed.
Tips for Avoiding Scholarship Scams

As families struggle to obtain the funds they need to pay for a college education, it is easy to fall victim to scholarship scams. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) advises caution when you see the following lines:

  • "The scholarship is guaranteed or your money back."
  • "You can't get this information anywhere else."
  • "I just need your credit card or bank account number to hold this scholarship."
  • "We'll do all the work."
  • "The scholarship will cost some money."
  • "You've been selected by a 'national foundation' to receive a scholarship" or
  • "You're a finalist" in a contest you never entered.
Guides to Avoiding Scholarship Scams:

Common Scholarship Scams
Warning Signs of a Scholarship Scam
How to Avoid and Protect Yourself from Scholarship Scams
How to Report Scams
Scholarship Fraud Prevention Act of 2000

Outside Multicultural Scholarships

ACU continues to develop new programs to enhance the culture of diversity on campus. This page is intended to provide information on funds designed to support students with a multicultural background that will be champions of diversity on our campus.

Scholarships for Hispanic Students
Hispanic College Fund Scholarships
Description HCF awards scholarships and/or internships to deserving Hispanic seeking higher education leading to business careers.
Amount Varies
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline March 30, 2016
Other For more information, visit their website.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Description The High School Scholarship Program is designed to assist high school students of Hispanic heritage obtain a college degree. It is available to graduating high school seniors who plan to enroll full-time at a community college or four-year institution during the upcoming academic year.
Amount Varies from $1,000 to $2,500 for one year.
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline March 30, 2016
Other For more information, visit their website.
Abilene Hispanic Leadership Council Scholarship
Description Scholarship for Hispanic students currently attending a school in the Region 14 Education Center system (Abilene and surrounding areas).
Amount $1000 for one year.
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline March 30, 2016
Other This scholarship can be used at any university.
For more information, contact your school counselor.
LULAC Scholarships
Description The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) offers scholarships for Hispanic high school students through its educational counterpart, the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc.
Amount Varies by scholarship (up to $5,000).
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline Varies by scholarship and year
Other For more information, visit their website.
Find a LULAC council in your city.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Scholarships
Description CHCI’s educational services are designed to provide Hispanic students with the tools and resources they need to succeed in attaining a higher education through college scholarships.
Amount Varies by scholarship
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline Varies by scholarship
Other For more information, visit their website.
RMHC/HACER/African American Achievers/Asia
Description Local Ronald McDonald House Charities® Chapters, with support from RMHC Global and McDonald’s Corporation, offer scholarships to Hispanic students from communities who face limited access to educational and career opportunities.
Amount A Minimum of $1,000
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline TBD
Other For more information, visit their website.
Scholarships for African American Students
UNCF General Scholarship Program
Description Since 1985, the UNCF Scholarships and Grants Administration office has awarded in scholarship assistance over $105 million to over 28,000 students enrolled in its 39 member colleges and universities and other HBCUs and majority institutions as well. We provide support in numerous ways to a variety of constituencies.
Amount Varies
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline March 18, 2016
Other For more information, visit their website.
The Ron Brown Scholarship Program
Description A national scholarship benefiting academically-talented, highly motivated African American high school seniors who have demonstrated financial need, social commitment, and leadership potential.
Amount $10,000 per year for four years.
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline TBD
Other The Ron Brown Scholar Programs offers different types of scholarships.
For more information, visit their website.
Other Scholarships For Minority Students
The Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship
Description Scholarship for graduating minority high school student, illustrating academic merit and accomplishment.
Amount Up to $7,200
How to Apply Complete and submit the application.
Deadline February 16, 2016
Other For more information, visit their website.
The Gates Millennium Scholarship Program
Description Funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, this scholarship was established to provide outstanding low income minority students with an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any discipline area of interest.
Amount Varies
How to Apply Students must be nominated by a education professional, recommended by a mentor, and complete the application.
Deadline TBD
Other Students must be elegible to recieve the Pell Grant.
For more information,
visit their website.
International Association of Black Actuaries
Description The International Association of Black Actuaries scholarship program advances its mission by providing scholarships at the undergraduate and graduate level to qualified black students who are interested in pursuing an actuarial career. IABA's mission is to contribute to an increase in the number of black actuaries and to influence the successful career development, civic growth and achievement of black actuaries.
Amount Varies; typically between $2,000 - $5,000; renewable
How to Apply IABA Scholarship recipients are required to serve on an IABA committee for one year. Future portions of the scholarship amount are contingent upon fulfilling the service requirement.
Deadline May 1, 2016
Other For more information, visit their website.
Links to Scholarships for Minority Students from Outside Sources

Disclaimer: The above list of scholarships for minorities, scholarships for Hispanics, Scholarships for African Americans, and other scholarships for minorities was compiled by Abilene Christian University. It should not, however, be construed as any kind of endorsement or support of any particular organization, individual, views expressed, or products or services offered by these outside sites. Abilene Christian University does not control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness or completeness of this outside information. Abilene Christian University is not in any manner responsible for the content in any of these web sites or sources of information.

Minimum GPA Requirements for Scholarship Renewal

Renewal GPAs listed are for scholarships awarded to new students beginning in the 2015-16 academic year. Students beginning before Fall 2015 refer to information provided at the time of receiving their scholarship or contact The Depot with any questions about scholarship renewal requirements.

Academic Scholarships

 

Academic Scholarships
National Merit Finalist/Semifinalist Award 3.20
National Hispanic Recognition Award 2.50
National Achievement Scholarship 3.20
Presidential Scholarship (Fall '12 - Spring '14) 3.50
Presidential Scholarship (Starting Fall '14) 3.20
Chancellor’s Award 3.20
John C. Stevens Award 3.00
A.B. Barrett Award 3.00
Dean’s Award 2.50
University Award 2.50
National Merit Commended Award 3.00
Transfer Merit I Scholarship 3.20
Transfer Merit II Scholarship 3.00
Transfer Merit III Scholarship 2.50
Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship 3.00

* Renewal is based on cumulative GPA. New students are reviewed after the second semester of their first year. Subsequent renewal is reviewed at the end of each long semester.
* Students that do not meet the renewal requirement for their original scholarship are awarded at a lower scholarship level and amount based on their cumulative GPA. Students with a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or less at the time of renewal will not receive any scholarship.
* Student may request reinstatement of their original award in future semesters if they raise their cumulative GPA to the required level
* Student with extenuating circumstances may appeal the scholarship renewal decision by contacting their financial aid counselor

Other ACU Scholarships

The following is a partial listing of scholarships awarded by ACU. Additional scholarships not listed here that are awarded by various departments have their own renewal requirements. Students should contact the department awarding the scholarship for information about renewal.

Other ACU Scholarships
Christian Schools Scholarship 2.00
Cultures of ACU Scholarship 2.75
HLC/ACU Partnership Scholarship 2.75
Hope Match Scholarship 2.75
SITC Scholarship 3.00
Missionary Children Scholarship 2.50
Onstead Scholarship 3.20
Scouting Scholarship 2.00
Southwestern Christian College Award 2.75
Tuition Waiver Exchange Program / CCCU 2.50
High School Seniors

Tip: Don’t forget to talk to your high school guidance counselor! Your best shot at landing a scholarship is from your local community where people know you and the applicant pool is smaller.
Every little bit counts! Every year millions of dollars of scholarship funds go unclaimed because students simply did not apply for them. Even if a scholarship is $100.00 –every little bit helps and that money can quickly add up…so apply to everything you possibly can—what do you have to lose?! Are you and/or your family apart of a community of faith? Check out the Church Match Scholarship which can be renewed annually for up to $1,000!

Scholarships by Semester Deadline

This list is intended to be used as a way to search for possible scholarships. Depending on the date you search, a deadline may have already passed.

Spring Deadlines
Site Amount Deadline
DermMedica Scholarship $1,000 January 1, 2016
Loganix Scholarship $1,000 January 1, 2016
Texas Association of Healthcare Volunteers $1,000* January 1, 2016
Ann Rogers Scholarship $1,000 January 15, 2016
How to Become a Truman Scholar Varies February 2, 2016
Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship for College Pro-Life Leaders $8,000** February 27, 2016
The ProofreadingServices.com High School and University Video Poetry Scholarships $100 - $500 February 29, 2016
Create Your Space Scholarship $1,000 February 29, 2016
TADC Urban Scholarship Fund (USF) Varies by award TBD (opens for application March 1, 2016)
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Varies March 1 (yearly)
Unplag Scholarship $2,000 March 1, 2016
The Tree Center Scholarship $500 March 20, 2016
Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund Varies Last Friday in March
Mesothelioma Scholarship $500 - $2,500 March 25, 2016
Trust Essays Scholarship $500 - $150 March 25, 2016
Phil Pustejovsky Video Scholarship $1000 March 31, 2016
Christian Community Credit Union's "Scholarship for Success" $4,000 (undergrad); up to $2,000 (grad) March 31, 2016
MassMutual Financial Group Varies*** March 31, 2016
Sleeklens Academic Scholarship Program $2,000 March 31, 2016
The QuitDay Scholarship $2,000, $700, and $300 March 31, 2016
SuretyBonds Scholarship $1,500 March 31, 2016
Sleepopolis Scholarship $1,000 March 31, 2016
Steamer's Carpet Care Scholarship $500 March 31, 2016
Cohen & Cohen - Civil Justice Scholarship $500 April 1, 2016
Barry J. Nace "Pursuit of Justice" Scholarship $5,000 April 1, 2016
Entertainment Software Association Foundation Scholarship $3,000**** April 1 (yearly)
Zumper Apartments Scholarship
$1,000 April 1, 2016
DigiCert Internet of Things Security Scholarship $1,000 April 1, 2016
Reservation Counter College Scholarship $1,500 April 15, 2016
Getting Real About Distracted Driving Scholarship $1000 April 30, 2016
Mission: Vacation Scholarship $500***** April 30, 2016
Mattress Clarity Scholarship Program $1000 April 30, 2016
Kerri Castellini Women’s Leadership Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
Madalene Hill Scholarship $1,000 May 1, 2016
Karin Riley Porter Good Works Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
Kush Arora Federal Criminal Justice Reform Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
DigiCert Internet of Things Scholarship $1,000 May 1, 2016
Edward Tayter Outstanding Citizen Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
The Price Benowitz Social Justice Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
Seth Okin Good Deeds Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
The April Cockerham DREAM Act Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
Michael Kiely Strong Roots Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
Tatiana Mendez Future Resources Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
Seth Okin Good Deeds Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
The Ed Tayter Outstanding Citizen Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
The Thomas Soldan Healthy Communities Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
The Steve Duckett Local Conservation Scholarship $500 May 1, 2016
The Advocates Scholarship $1,000 May 15, 2016
Pots, Planters, & More Garden Variety Scholarship $1,000 May 31, 2016
BroadbandBLUE Social Media Blog Scholarship $500 May 31, 2016
Addiction Resource Scholarship for students who share their vision for an addiction-free world. (3 awards) $300, $700, $2,000 May 31, 2016

*$1,000 per semester for students who have completed 2 years of higher education and pursuing a career in a health-related field. Separate deadline for fall semester.
**$1,000 per semester by joining the on-campus Pro-Life organization or starting one if needed.
***For outstanding women and minority high school seniors and college students pursuing degrees in the computer and video game design arts.
****For students of all majors who are entering their sophomore, junior, senior, or 5th year senior of undergraduate study pursuing a career in the insurance and financial services industry.
*****Applications submitted after deadline will be held for consideration for the next year.

Summer Deadlines
Site Amount Deadline
Nurse Corps Scholarship Monthly $1330 Stipend May 5, 2016
The Van Winkle’s Scholarship $1,500 May 15, 2016
The Casper Scholarship $2,000 May 15, 2016
DotComWebDesign Scholarship $2,000 May 25, 2016
180 Medical Scholarship Program $1,000 June 1, 2016
Scottyancey $1,500 June 1, 2016
PritzkerLaw $3,000 June 1, 2016
SAT TV Depot Social TV Scholarship $500 June 1, 2016
Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program $1,000 June 10, 2016
Fireproof Ministries Heart Disease Awareness Scholarship $1000 June 15, 2016
Senior Advice Caregiver and Volunteer Scholarships $1000 July 15th, 2016
CourseMinded Scholarship $1,000 June 15, 2016
Los Angeles DUI Attorney Diabetes Scholarship $1,000 June 15, 2016
Frederick L. Sosinsky Scholarship $800 June 15, 2016
BigSun Athletics Scholarship $500* June 17, 2016
The Tree Center Scholarship $500 June 20 (yearly)
Thermo Scientific Pierce Scholarship $10,000 and $5,000** June 30, 2016
Urban Mattress Scholarship $2,500 June 30, 2016
Snoring HW Scholarship $1,000 June 30, 2016
Goedeker’s Scholarship $500 July 31, 2016
Custody X Change Scholarship $1000.00 July 31, 2016
Spokeo Connections Scholarship $1,000 July 1, 2016
Texas Association of Healthcare Volunteers $1,000*** July 1 (yearly)
Safe Driver Scholarship $1,000**** July 10, 2016
GoodCall Scholarship $2,500 July 31, 2016
Punchkick Interactive Scholarship $500 - $1,000 August 1, 2016
Dr. Robin Unger Medical Impact Scholarship $500 August 30, 2016
#BrokeScholar Scholarship $1000 August 31, 2016

*Specific to athletes.
**Offering two $10,000 and four $5,000 scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students who have a declared major of Biology, chemistry, Biochemistry or a related life science field.
***$1,000 per semester for students who have completed 2 years of higher education and pursuing a career in a health-related field.
****Open to all students.

Fall Deadlines
Site Amount Deadline
The Future of Surgical Procedures Scholarship – Plastic Surgery Portal $1,000 (pre-med students only) September 1, 2016
White Collar Defense Diversity Scholarship $500 September 1, 2016
Mesothelioma Scholarship $500 - $2,000 September 5, 2016
Jones T-Shirts Scholarship $1,000 September (TBD)
ShipDig Scholarship $1,000 September (TBD)
Student Loan Assistance Council $500 September (TBD)
Tree Center Scholarships $500 September 20 and December 20, 2016)
Odenza Marketing Group Scholarship $500 September (TBD)
Cheap Car Insurance Company Scholarship $5,000 October 1 (yearly)
Make It Move Scholarship $1,000 October (TBD)
The Roothbert Fund $2,000 - $3,000 November 1 (yearly)
Zumper Apartments Scholarship $1,000 November 15, 2016
Noah's Event Venue $1,000 November 1st
Writers Scholarship $4,000 November (TBD)
Texas Scholarship of Academic Excellence $1,500 November (TBD)
Staver Law Group Personal Injury Scholarship $2,000 December (TBD)
Cloudwards Scholarship $1,000 December (TBD)
Toptal Scholarships for Female Developers $5,000 December (TBD)
Cable TV Scholarship $1,000 (various scholarships) December (TBD)
The Advocates Scholarship $1,000 December (TBD)
Clark Scholarship $350* December (TBD)
SEO Company Scholarship $350 December 19, 2016
Best Price Nutrition and Health Scholarship $1,000 December 21, 2016
Global English Editing Scholarship $1,000 December (TBD)
PDF to Excel Scholarship Presented by Cogniview $1,000 December (TBD)
The Bridgat Scholarship Program Various scholarships, various dollar amounts December (TBD)
Expert Institute's Annual Scholarship $1,000 December 31, 2016
The Expert Institute’s Annual Healthcare and Life Sciences Scholarship $1,000 December 31, 2016
Best Value Scholarship $500 Unknown
Medical Horizon Scholarship $500 Unknown

*For students interested in geology, gems, lapidary arts or gemology.

Miscellaneous Scholarships
Site Amount
Government Finance Officers Association $6,000.00 per scholarship
Wells Fargo Sweepstakes $1,000 - No deadline
The Institute for Humane Studies Depends on the scholarship. Multiple scholarships offered.
MarketingEDGE Depends on the scholarship. Multiple scholarships offered.
Fisher House Scholarships Depends on the scholarship. Multiple scholarships offered.
Scholarship Fund Depends on the scholarship. Multiple scholarships offered.

The scholarships have application deadlines dependant on the year, some have multiple deadlines throughout the year for various scholarships.