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Financing Your Education

Education is one of the most important, and possibly the first, big investment of your life. Spend some time researching scholarships as they can be a big factor in financing your years at college.

Aid Award Eligibilitysort ascending Process Renewability / Repayment
Republican Women Leadership Circle Scholarship

Female undergraduates (sophomore through senior standing) or females pursuing a Masters degree that can be applied to a political field.

Submit a one page resume containing the following information: Republican Party/political involvement, community/charitable activities, positions of leadership, honors and awards, references.

 

Nebraska Educational Office Professionals Association (NEOPA) Varies

Eligible students must have graduated from a Nebraska high school and completed at least 4 semesters of business courses.

The candidate must complete an application and one-page biographical essay on "Why I Am Choosing an Office-Related Career or Vocation".

Complete details and applications available on their website.

Lincoln Community Foundation Varies. Up to 50 scholarships available yearly.

Each scholarship is unique and supports students of a variety of backgrounds. 

Visit: lcf.org

Visit: lcf.org

American Chemical Society Scholars Program Information is available at chemistry.org website.

Designed to encourage African-American, Hispanic and American Indian students to pursue undergraduate degrees in the chemical sciences and chemical technology.

Visit: chemistry.org 

Visit: chemistry.org 

Nancy Talbot Scholarship

Applicants to the 2014 Talbots Women´s Scholarship Program must:

See their website for application information.

See website for more information.

Douglas Sarpy County Family Community Education Scholarship

Applicants must be a resident of Douglas or Sarpy county that has completed at least one year of college by June 2014.  Graduate level is acceptable.

Application available in the Financial Aid Office.

Oregon Trail Community Foundation

Applicants must be a Junior or Senior who is a previous graduate of Scottsbluff Senior High School and is pursuing studies in education or teaching. 

Board For Women's Ministries

Applicant must be a non-traditional (not directly out of high school) female student.
Applicant must plan to attend a Nebraska educational institution.

  1. Application is to be complet
Bureau of Health Professions Information is available at bhpr.hrsa.gov

Aid for students pursuing degrees in health care. More information is available at: bhpr.hrsa.gov

Visit: bhpr.hrsa.gov

Visit: bhpr.hrsa.gov

Buick Achievers Scholarship
  • High school seniors and current undergraduate students
  • Enrolled full time at a 4-year college or university in 2013-2014

Visit their website to apply.

This scholarship is not renewable.

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