Whether you are planning to attend a junior college, trade school, or a four-year college/university, there are local and national scholarships available for you.
There are many scholarship websites and applications available. These will often hold national scholarships and scholarships offered by companies. If you are interested in expanding your scholarship search, you can register with these sites.
Create an email address (at gmail, yahoo, etc.) you use for scholarship sites. Once you register, you may get many emails from these sites, so you don't want to overwhelm your inbox. Creating a separate email address can help with this.
Make sure you NEVER pay to apply to a scholarship.
Understand what you are agreeing to when you apply for scholarships. Some may use your contact information and add you to mail-lists for companies.
IMPORTANT: The options listed below are offered as ideas but not specifically endorsed. Make sure you are reading through the information provided for any scholarships you are applying to and accounts you are creating.
The Splawn Scholarship is officially open for your high school seniors to apply.
The Splawn Scholarship has made significant efforts to give students the encouragement to apply by changing elements of our landing page. We are currently working on providing more detailed information from our past 'Splawn Scholarship Recipients' and would appreciate any help from counselors that may still be in contact with students from the last 5-10 years.
More information in regards to this project to be forwarded at a later date.
The deadline date for this our Spring 2022 Application period this year is: Sunday, April 10, 2021.
Attached for your convenience is a PDF with the requirements/eligibility for your students. All applicants will apply using the link here: