Below is a list of scholarships available to local students. The accuracy of this data is not guaranteed.

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Institution-Specific Scholarships

Institution NameScholarship NameEligibilityTargeted DemographicsAmountNumberRenewable?Deadline
BellarmineBellarmine ScholarsAwarded to entering freshman; past recipients have scored 29 or higher on the ACT and possessed a high school GPA of 3.4 or higher.Incoming freshmenFull tuition plus study-abroad stipendYes1-Dec
BellarmineMonsignor Horrigan ScholarshipsAwarded to entering freshman. Must have at least a 3.0 GPA and a 25 ACT or 1140 SATIncoming freshmenYes1-Feb
BellarmineMonsignor Treece AwardsAwarded to entering freshman with a strong academic profile and extracurricular achievementsIncoming freshmenYes1-Feb
BellarmineMulticultural AwardsAwarded based on admissions applicationAfrican-American, Hispanic, Native American and other minority students, incoming freshmen
BellarmineKentucky Governor ScholarshipsAwarded to entering freshman who completed the GSP and GSA programIncoming freshmenYes
BellarmineTransfer Grants and ScholarshipsAwarded to students transferring from an accredited university with a minimum 2.0 incoming GPATransfer students
BellarmineArt ScholarshipRecipients must major in art and submit a portfolio for evaluationIncoming freshmen
BellarmineMusic ScholarshipRecipients must major in music; entrance audition requiredIncoming freshmen
BellarminePep Band/Cheerleader GrantsAwarded to students who take part in the university Pep Band or cheerleading squadNo specific demographic
BellarmineAthletic GrantsAwarded based upon athletic performance, as evaluated by college coach. Scholarship sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, track, field hockey, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, lacrosse and volleyball.No specific demographic
BellarmineROTC ScholarshipsRecipients must hold U.S. citizenship; take SAT or ACT by November of the year of application; possess a satisfactory GPA; demonstrate participation in leadership, extracurricular, and/or athletic activities; and be at least 17 years old before scholarship becomes effective.No specific demographicYes
Brescia UniversityMoore Presidential Scholars Endowed Scholarship ProgramNo specific demographicYes15-Feb
Brescia UniversityWilliam H. Thompson School of Business ScholarshipNo specific demographicYes15-Feb
Brescia UniversityJames F. and Virginia Coughlin Endowed Scholarship for Social WorkNo specific demographicYes15-Feb
Brescia UniversityTrustees ScholarshipAwarded on the basis of a student's GPA and test scoresNo specific demographic$14,000 Yes
Brescia UniversityUrsuline ScholarshipAwarded on the basis of a student's GPA and test scoresNo specific demographic$12,000 Yes
Brescia UniversityMerici ScholarshipAwarded on the basis of a student's GPA and test scoresNo specific demographic$10,000 Yes
Brescia UniversityFounders' ScholarshipNo specific demographicUp to $5,000Yes
Brescia UniversityAchievement GrantsNo specific demographicYes
Brescia UniversityFounders' Transfer ScholarshipAwarded to incoming transfer students according to their GPATransfer studentsUp to $5,000Yes
Brescia UniversityKCTCS Graduate GrantAwarded to graduates of Kentucky community or technical collegesTransfer studentsUp to $1000Yes
Brescia UniversityTalent Grant ProgramAwarded to transferring students talented in music or artTransfer students
Brescia UniversityBrescia Incentive GrantAwarded to students demonstrating financial needStudents with financial need
Brescia UniversityCatholic Connection GrantAwarded to new students graduating from private, Catholic high schools or upon the recommendation of their parish priest.Incoming freshmen50% of tuitionYes
Brescia UniversityAlumni Discount GrantAwarded to dependent children under 25 and spouses of Brescia alumniFamily of alumni10% Tuition discountYes
CampbellsvilleAcademic ScholarshipsBased on a combination of high school GPA, class rank, and test scoresIncoming freshmen$4,500-$10,500VariesYes
CampbellsvillePresidential ExcellenceOpen to students who have a 33-36 on ACT / 2170-2400 SAT and 3.5 GPAIncoming freshmenUp to full tuition, room and boardYes1-Dec
CampbellsvillePresidential ScholarshipOpen to students who have a 30-32 on ACT / 1980-2160 and 3.5 GPAIncoming freshmenFull tuitionUp to 5Yes1-Dec
CampbellsvilleGovernor's Scholar ScholarshipsAwarded to students who have participated in the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program; will be awarded to students based on GPA, ACT/SAT, and quality and content of essay Minimum GPA of 3.5 and 25 ACT / 1720 SATIncoming freshmenFull tuitionUp to 3Yes1-Dec
CampbellsvilleBaptist Leadership AwardsAwarded to high school seniors nominated by their Baptist pastors; evaluated upon Church Commitment, achievements, and leadership in community, school, and churchIncoming freshmenHalf tuition, $1,000, or $5002 half-tuition, 15 $1,000, 45 $500Yes1-Dec
CampbellsvilleChurch Matching ScholarshipFor full-time students, the university will match an amount up to $200 provided by the student's church, fellowship, or assemblyNo specific demographic$200Yes
CampbellsvilleChristian Service ScholarshipFor students whose parent serves in a full-time paid Christian ministerial positionNo specific demographic$1,700 Yes
CampbellsvilleAthletic Performance GrantsAwarded based on student’s demonstrated abilities, leadership and potential to excel in athleticsNo specific demographicVariesYes
CampbellsvilleTransfer ScholarshipAwarded based on GPA at the last college attendedTransfer students$3,000-$5,000Yes
CampbellsvilleThe Diversity Scholarship ProgramOpen to students who by reason of past racial or ethnic discrimination, or by reason, of educational or economic deprivation, are unable to pay the costs of an education at Campbellsville University without financial assistance.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority studentsYes
Centre CollegeBrown Fellows ScholarshipAwarded to 10 incoming freshman demonstrating outstanding academic and leadership abilityIncoming freshmenFull tuition, room and board, and funding for summer projects10Yes15-Jan
Centre CollegeFaculty ScholarshipAwarded to the top 10% of each freshman classIncoming freshmen$21,000 10% of each classYes15-Jan
Centre CollegeColonel ScholarshipAwarded to the top 20% of each freshman classIncoming freshmen$18,000 20% of each classYes15-Jan
Centre CollegeFounders ScholarshipAwarded to the top 30% of each freshman classIncoming freshmen$16,000 30% of each classYes15-Jan
Centre CollegeCentre AwardAwarded to the top 40% of each freshman classIncoming freshmen$12,000 40% of each classYes15-Jan
Centre CollegeAlumni AwardAwarded to the top 50% of each freshman classIncoming freshmen$5,000 50% of each classYes15-Jan
Centre CollegeGSP Scholarship GuaranteeAwarded to Governor's Scholars Program participants who finish in the top 10% of their high school class and have at least a 28 on their ACTIncoming freshmenAt least $16,000VariesYes15-Jan
Centre CollegeThe Language ScholarshipAwarded to incoming freshmen with at least 4-5 years of advanced, high-school study in French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Latin, or Mandarin who are planning to continue their language study at Centre (major not required). Faculty interview requiredIncoming freshmen$5,000 VariesYes15-Jan
Centre CollegeNew Horizons ScholarshipAwarded to talented students likely to provide campus leadership in the area of diversity.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, incoming freshmen$21,000 Up to 40Yes15-Jan
Centre CollegePerforming Arts ScholarshipIncoming freshmenUp to $5,000Up to 40Yes15-Jan
Georgetown CollegeTrustee ScholarshipIncoming freshmen$16,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegePresidential ScholarshipIncoming freshmen$15,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeGiddings AwardIncoming freshmen$14,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegePatterson GrantIncoming freshmen$10,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeVirginia Covington GrantIncoming freshmen$8,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeTransfer ScholarshipAwarded to transfer students on the basis of application statusTransfer students$7,000-$14,000Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegePhi Theta Kappa ScholarshipAvailable to transfer students who are members of Phi Beta KappaTransfer students$2,000 1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeParks Baptist ScholarshipAwarded to students with a minimum 3.75 high school GPA and scored 30 or higher on the ACT examIncoming freshmen$18,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeChristian Leader ScholarshipsIncoming freshmen$2,500 or $1,00010 awards of $2,500 and 80 of $1,0001-Feb
Georgetown CollegeGlobal ScholarshipsIncoming freshmen$1,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeInmersión en Español ScholarshipAwarded to students demonstrating experience, skill, and interest in the Spanish language.Incoming freshmen$1,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeOxford Honors ScholarshipIncoming freshmen$1,000 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeAthletic ScholarshipsNo specific demographicAmount variesYes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegePerforming Arts ScholarshipsNo specific demographicAmount variesYes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeCreative Writing ScholarshipsNo specific demographic$1,000 Yes15-Feb
Georgetown CollegeGovernor’s Scholar & Governor’s School for the Arts ScholarshipAwarded to students who participated in the Governor's Scholar or Governor's School for the Arts ProgramsIncoming freshmen$17,500 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeInternational Baccalaureate ScholarshipOpen to students who have completed International Baccalaureate requirements and maintained a 3.6 high school GPAIncoming freshmen$17,500 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeNational Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS)Open to students who have participated in this program and maintained a 3.6 GPAIncoming freshmen$17,500 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeRogers ScholarsOpen to students who have participated in this program and maintained a 3.6 GPAIncoming freshmen$17,500 Yes1-Feb
Georgetown CollegeChurch Matching ScholarshipChurch must contribute $100 per semester to the student, and the school will match it.No specific demographic$100Yes
Georgetown CollegeAlumni ScholarshipsAwarded to students with a parent or grandparent who is an alumnus of Georgetown CollegeFamily of Alumni$500Yes1-Feb
Indiana University-SoutheastAcademic Full-Time ScholarshipAwarded to students enrolled full-time who demonstrate high scholastic abilityNo specific demographic$1,000 Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastAdam Woeppel Fine Arts ScholarshipRecipient must have a minimum 3.0 GPA in all Fine Arts coursework; preference is given to students in any Fine Arts studio concentration who have completed all of their foundation courses, three of their 200 level studios and at least one 300 level studio in their concentration.  Students pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Studio Major are eligible for this Scholarship.  Financial need is considered, as measured by the FAFSA, but will not be a determining factorCurrent studentsUp to $500
Indiana University-SoutheastAltrusa Club of New Albany ScholarshipAwarded to a female adult student with a good academic record who can be either an undergraduate or graduate student,part-time or full-time status.Adult/non-traditional female students$5001No
Indiana University-SoutheastBalfour ScholarshipAwarded to an incoming freshman with 1300+ SAT or equivalent ACT who ranks in the upper 10% of high school classIncoming freshmenUp to $2000Yes, with the maintenance of a 3.5 GPA
Indiana University-SoutheastBlack Achievers ScholarshipRecipients must have an SAT of 1000 or ACT of 20, a GPA of 2.5, and gain regular admission to IU Southeast. Must be a Louisville Black Achiever Program participant.African-American students, incoming freshmenUp to $2000
Indiana University-SoutheastByron F. Laird ScholarshipAwarded to students who have completed 24 credit hours. Based on scholastic achievement and financial need, as measured by the FAFSAStudents with financial need, current studentsUp to $500
Indiana University-SoutheastCarol Bishop ScholarshipAwarded to a literature major; must have taken 2 courses in literature, one at the 300 level. Must be registered for at least 6 hours a semester. Minimum 3.0 GPA overall, minimum 3.5 GPA in majorCurrent studentsUp to $1,0001
Indiana University-SoutheastChancellor's Medallion Leadership AwardAwarded by the chancellor. Students who will be a senior in the upcoming academic year and will be enrolled full-time are eligible to applyCurrent studentsUp to $6,000No
Indiana University-SoutheastChancellor's Student Leader ScholarshipAn award for outstanding, civic-minded sophomores and juniors who will be attending IU Southeast in fall 2012 and spring 2013.  This student must have demonstrated the notion of good citizenship by being active in their school and local community and exhibited a concern for others in their community and in the world through their activitiesCurrent studentsUp to $3,500No
Indiana University-SoutheastCharles Jacot ScholarshipFor deserving students with financial need, as measured by the FAFSAStudents with financial needUp to $800
Indiana University-SoutheastCharles M. Malott ScholarshipAwarded to students who are studiously inclined to obtain an undergraduate degree and have financial need, as measured by the FAFSAStudents with financial needUp to $500
Indiana University-SoutheastCoca-Cola Foundation ScholarshipAwarded to a Kentucky resident admitted to IU Southeast. Financial need is considered, as measured by the FAFSA. Students with financial need, incoming freshmenUp to $2,500
Indiana University-SoutheastCressy T. Havens ScholarshipAwarded to students with high scholastic abilityNo specific demographicUp to $500
Indiana University-SoutheastDella Evans ScholarshipAwarded to an incoming freshman with 1300+ SAT or equivalent ACT and rank in upper 10% of class.Incoming freshmenUp to $2,000Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastDr. Sharon Waggoner ScholarshipFor an outstanding foreign language student, who has completed two semesters of foreign language study at IU SoutheastCurrent studentsUp to $1,000
Indiana University-SoutheastEd Quinn Memorial AwardAwarded to an undergraduate student at IU Southeast; provides academic related activities such as travel to workshops or conventions, study abroad, library research or internships based upon an application process. Award determined by a faculty advisory group.Current studentsVaries1
Indiana University-SoutheastF.C. Richardson Honor ScholarshipConsideration is given to those who have earned a 3.0+ high school GPA and 990+ SAT or 21+ ACT and demonstrated leadership potential through prior activities as attested by their teachers and community leadersIncoming freshmenUp to $1,000
Indiana University-SoutheastGeorge F. Lumley Jr. Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to an incoming freshman with a minimum 3.0 GPA in high school and 990 or above on SAT or 21 or above on ACTIncoming freshmenUp to $5001Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastIU Endowed ScholarshipAwarded to students demonstrating high scholastic abilityNo specific demographicUp to $500
Indiana University-SoutheastIUS McPheeters ScholarshipAwarded to undergraduate students from underrepresented minority backgrounds with a minimum 21 ACT/1000 SAT and 2.5 GPAAfrican-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, incoming freshmenUp to $2,000
Indiana University-SoutheastJames A. Poteet Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in music at IU Southeast. Recipient must have and maintain minimum 3.0 GPA. Financial need considered, as measured by the FAFSA, but is not the sole determining factorNo specific demographicUp to $1,0001Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastJohn and Jane Tower ScholarshipAwarded to a junior or senior with at least a 3.3 GPA. Recipient must demonstrate financial need, as determined by the FAFSAStudents with financial need, current studentsUp to $1,000
Indiana University-SoutheastJosephine A. Byron Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a student demonstrating high scholastic abilityNo specific demographicUp to $5001
Indiana University-SoutheastLee Hamilton Scholars AwardOpen to current residents of Indiana 9th Congressional District or the Kentucky counties served by IUS through Indiana reciprocity agreement. Recipient must have and maintain minimum 3.0 GPA. Awards are based on some evidence of campus community service and potential for future leadership. Financial need may be considered, but will not be the determining factor.No specific demographicUp to $2,500Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastMartha Stern ScholarshipAwarded to a student enrolled full-time in the Music or Fine Arts programs, who must remain in good standing with the Division. No specific demographicUp to $3,0001
Indiana University-SoutheastMcPheeters Multicultural ScholarshipThe McPheeters Multicultural Scholarship is a competitive award contingent upon continuous enrollment at IU Southeast and a minimum cumulative IU Southeast GPA of 2.5.  Offers will only be made to undergraduate multicultural students who have been admitted to Indiana University SoutheastAfrican-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, incoming freshmenUp to $2,000Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastNaomi K. Rasmussen Music ScholarshipMusic awards will be given to students on the basis of audition and student's record of experience and success in musical performance. Grades, the strength of recommendations, and student's potential contribution to IU Southeast Music department will be consideredNo specific demographicUp to $5,000
Indiana University-SoutheastNaomi K. Rasmussen Theatre ScholarshipSelected on basis of past participation and success in theatrical production or performance. Audition/portfolio presentation required. Grades, the strength of recommendations, and student's potential contribution to IU Southeast Theatre department will be consideredCurrent studentsUp to $5,000
Indiana University-SoutheastNassim McMonigle & Mescia Pre-Medical ScholarshipFor currently enrolled students who will be a senior at IU Southeast and planning to attend medical school in the fall immediately following graduation date. This award requires a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3. Preference is given to students who have taken the MCAT exam. Financial need may be considered, as determined by the FAFSA, but not determining factor.Current students$1,000 No
Indiana University-SoutheastOutstanding Scholar AwardAwarded to incoming Freshman with 1000+ SAT, a 3.5 high school GPA and full-time enrollment.Incoming freshmenUp to $1,500
Indiana University-SoutheastPeer Mentor ScholarshipAwarded to a second year student with a cumulative GPA of 2.5. Additional documentation required are a written essay, interview with Director and letters of reference.Current studentsUp to $1,0001
Indiana University-SoutheastRebecca Jennings ScholarshipAwarded to outstanding fine arts students at IU SoutheastNo specific demographicUp to $1,000
Indiana University-SoutheastRobert J. Wolf ScholarshipAwarded to deserving students, who must have 3.3 GPA and full-time status.Current studentsUp to $500
Indiana University-SoutheastRuth Braeutigam Academic ScholarshipAwarded to students of junior status with a double major in Arts and Sciences and a minimum GPA of 2.30.Current studentsUp to $2,000Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastRuth Wells ScholarshipAwarded to students demonstrating high scholastic abilityNo specific demographicUp to $500
Indiana University-SoutheastSalutatorian ScholarshipAwarded to incoming freshmen designated as salutatorian of his or her graduating classIncoming freshmenUp to $750Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastScholastic Excellence ScholarshipConsideration is given to those who have earned a score of 1300 on the SAT or ACT of 29.Incoming freshmenUp to $3,000Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastThelma B. Alford ScholarshipEligibility based on financial need, as measured by the FAFSA. Full-time enrollment is required along with a 3.0 GPA.Students with financial need, current studentsUp to $2,500
Indiana University-SoutheastTransfer ScholarshipAwarded to incoming transfer students. Recipients are competitively selected based on academic records. Recipients should have a minimum 3.0 GPA and full admissionTransfer studentsUp to $1,0001-May
Indiana University-SoutheastUriah & Estella Thompson ScholarshipSpecial consideration is given to underrepresented populations including but not limited to financially challenged students, and/or students with diverse cultural experiences. Recipients must have minimum 2.7 cumulative GPA, have completed at least 12 credit hours at IU Southeast, be a member of one registered student organization, and complete a 500-1,000 word essay "How my choice of major will impact my future career goals."African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, students with financial need, current studentsUp to $250
Indiana University-SoutheastValedictorian ScholarshipAwarded to incoming freshmen designated as valedictorian of his or her graduating classIncoming freshmenUp to $1500Yes
Indiana University-SoutheastWil Greckel Scholarship in MusicAwarded to students enrolled at IU Southeast as a music major; financial need is considered, as measured by the FAFSA, but is not a determining factor; musical ability and academic merit are also considered.No specific demographicVaries
Indiana University-SoutheastWilliam Lowe Bryan ScholarshipAwarded on the basis of scholastic ability, character, leadership and promise of future usefulness.No specific demographicUp to $500
Eastern Kentucky UniversityEKU Excellence AwardRecipients should have an unweighted high school grade point average of 3.75 or above and have an ACT composite score of 32 or higher.Incoming freshmen$13,000 Yes1-Feb
Eastern Kentucky UniversityEKU Founders AwardRecipients should have an unweighted high school grade point average of 3.75 or above and have an ACT composite score from 29 to 31.Incoming freshmen$10,000 Yes1-Feb
Eastern Kentucky UniversityRegents ScholarshipRecipients should have an unweighted high school grade point average of 3.75 or above and have an ACT composite score from 25 to 28.Incoming freshmen$6,000 Yes1-Feb
Eastern Kentucky UniversityPresidential ScholarshipRecipients should have an unweighted high school grade point average of 3.50 or above and have an ACT composite score of 23 or higher.Incoming freshmen$3,500 Yes1-Feb
Eastern Kentucky UniversityDr. Rodney Gross ScholarshipRecipients must be black U.S. citizens and Kentucky residents admitted to EKU with the intention of pursuing either an undergraduate or graduate degree. Recipients must have a high school grade point average of 2.5 or higher with extracurricular support in athletics, community and/or student government services OR have a 3.0 grade point average or higher without extracurricular activitiesAfrican-American students$1,000-$3,000No1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityLaura D. Kennamer Scholarship in the Social and Behavioral SciencesRecipients must be EKU students majoring in Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Government, History, Psychology, Social Work or Sociology, maintain a 3.25 minimum cumulative GPA, and have completed 36-90 semester credit hoursCurrent studentsYes1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMeredith J. Cox Scholarship FundRecipients must be an EKU student majoring in the premedical field as evidenced by your degree program; must have sophomore or junior standing; 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA; Extra-curricular activities and demonstrated need via FAFSA will also be consideredCurrent studentsNo1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityJohn McMillan Long Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled as a full-time student; must have a declared major within one of the following areas: Art, Music, Theatre, English, Foreign Languages, History, Art History, Music History, Communication Studies, Philosophy, or Religion; must maintain a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA; and must demonstrate need via FAFSA.Student with financial needYes1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityClarence H. Gifford Scholarship in SciencesRecipients must be full-time undergraduate EKU sophomores; must be majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Geology, or Physics; and must be residents of KentuckyCurrent studentsYes1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMarathon ScholarshipRecipients must be EKU students majoring in Geology, must be eligible to work full time in the US upon graduation, must have work authorization for an internship in the US prior to graduation, and must have a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPACurrent studentsYes1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityAyamara Castillo Art Service AwardRecipients should have exhibited scholarship, leadership and service to the Art Department and CommunityCurrent studentsVaries18-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityChristina Lynn-Thurman Memorial Art ScholarshipAwarded to a BFA major with a 3.0 GPA (Art areas only) who is employed on or off campus. Priority is given to Photography & Metals studentsCurrent students18-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityThomas Herndon ScholarshipAwarded to a major in the Department of Chemistry with a minimum 3. 0 GPA.Current studentsVaries
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMeredith J. Cox ScholarshipRecipients must be sophomore or junior premedical students who have a high level of academic achievement. Other criteria include meaningful extracurricular activities and evidence of motivation for a career in medicine, especially participation and leadership in the premedical activities of the University.Current students
Eastern Kentucky UniversityOrson Arvin AwardRecipients must demonstrate high academic accomplishments and participation and leadership in the Caduceus ClubCurrent students
Eastern Kentucky UniversityEKU Theatre ScholarshipsOpen to all declared theatre-related majorsNo specific demographic$100-$1,000Between 2 and 61-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityPhilip H. Mankin Memorial ScholarshipAny junior English major who currently has between 60-89 credit hours and a grade point average of 3.25 or higher is eligible to applyCurrent students$6001No
Eastern Kentucky UniversityJohn M. Long Endowed Humanities ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time student majoring in the humanities—English/theatre, foreign languages, history, speech communication, philosophy, or religion. Any student who can demonstrate scholarly accomplishments and potential and who has a minimum grade point average of 3.0 is eligible to applyCurrent students$5001Yes
Eastern Kentucky UniversityPearl Buchanan Freshman ScholarshipAvailable to an incoming freshman theatre majorIncoming freshmen$1001No
Eastern Kentucky UniversityJackie Blanchard Stephens ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled as full-time students at EKU and be in good academic standing (2.5 GPA or better); demonstrate ethical conduct, a commitment to service to others and promise of high academic achievement; demonstrate a need for financial assistance; have a declared major in social work and be formally admitted to the social work program; and be of senior standing.Current students, students with financial need
Eastern Kentucky UniversityAgriculture Alumni ScholarshipProvided to incoming freshman majoring in Agriculture or Horticulture based on academic ability, extra curricular activities and financial need.Incoming freshmen, students with financial need
Eastern Kentucky UniversityBige Isaacs Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be turfgrass majors with a minimum of 2.5 GPA and evidence of financial needCurrent students, students with financial need1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityDwight Barkley ScholarshipAwarded to a turfgrass management student based on financial need and academic abilityCurrent students, students with financial need1Yes
Eastern Kentucky UniversityCombs, Charles C. & Betty C. Memorial Endowed Scholarship FundAwarded each year to an outstanding junior or senior student enrolled in the Department of Agriculture with a minimum GPA of 3.25, enthusiasm for agriculture, and demonstrated participation in extracurricular activitiesCurrent students1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityHayes, Glenn W. Endowed ScholarshipAwarded to a Junior or Senior with an academic record conveying probability of success, excellent leadership, positive interpersonal relationship, and strong character.Current students1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityAgriculture Department Farm Credit Freshman ScholarshipAwarded to incoming freshmen based upon academic achievement, related work experience, community service, professional involvement, and a written essay.Incoming freshmen
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMichael Judge ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Junior or Senior Agriculture student with a minimum G.P. A. of 3.0 and financial need.Current students, students with financial need1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityRodney Ratliff ScholarshipOpen to any student showing a need and a high potential for success after graduationNo specific demographic
Eastern Kentucky UniversityEd Swinford ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time student with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. This scholarship is open to students in any major in the Department of Technology except Aviation. There is a preference for students who are teaching majors.Current students1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityRalph W. Whalin ScholarshipOpen to juniors enrolled full-time in the Department of Technology with at least three semesters remaining before graduation and a minimum GPA of 3.0.Current students
Eastern Kentucky UniversityRichard Brooker ScholarshipOpen to any junior or senior enrolled in the Construction Management program. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.Current students2
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMurray S. Riffee ScholarshipOpen to any Construction Management student who is within four semesters of graduation with a GPA of 3.0 or above.Current students
Eastern Kentucky UniversityWilliam Sexton ScholarshipAwarded to a full-time student, freshman or sophomore, with a minimum GPA of 2.8. Financial need is a consideration in this scholarship.Students with financial need1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityPatricia Eidson Memorial ScholarshipOpen to any female pursuing a career as a professional pilot. Applicants must have a private pilot's license, a minimum 3.0 GPA, and have completed at least 60 credit hours.Current students, female students
Eastern Kentucky UniversityH. Lee Moore Jr. ScholarshipOpen to any declared aviation student with a GPA of at least 3.0 who holds a private pilot's license.Current students2
Eastern Kentucky UniversityTag Veal Memorial ScholarshipOpen to any declared aviation student with a GPA of at least 3.0 who holds a private pilot's license.Current students
Eastern Kentucky UniversitySoutheastern Airport Managers' Association ScholarshipApplicants must be a United States citizen, be at least a junior, have a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the major subject field of Aviation, have demonstrated a financial need and have a strong interest in aviation, preferably airport management.Current students, students with financial need
Eastern Kentucky UniversityFreshman Broadcasting and Electronic Media, Public Relations, and Communication Studies ScholarshipsAwarded to second-semester freshmen students based on EKU grade point average, activities within the Communication Department, activities within the university and professionally related off-campus activities.Current students$200No1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityCarol J. Wright Freshman Journalism ScholarshipAwarded to a second-semester journalism student based on EKU grade point average, activities within the Communication Department, activities within the university and professionally related off-campus activities.Current students$2001No1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityDr. Glen Kleine ScholarshipRecipients must be mass communication majors who can demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.Students with financial need1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityDan Mason Broadcasting and Electronic Media Endowed ScholarshipFor a Broadcasting and Electronic Media major with a major GPA of 3.0 and an overall GPA of at least a 2.5Current students$1,000 11-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityDr. Dean C. Cannon Endowed Memorial Communication ScholarshipRecipient must be pursuing a major in broadcasting and electronic media or public relations and be a junior or senior with an overall GPA of 3.0.Current students$50011-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityChristy L. Guttridge Memorial ScholarshipAward is based on the student's quality of scholarship, commitment to the profession, service to the department, and a minimum of 45 credit hours completed. Current students$20041-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityRodney Ratliff ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to all EKU College of Business and Technology majors and is granted at the beginning of the student's junior year. The student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate excellent character, scholarship, leadership and professionalism.Current students1-Dec
Eastern Kentucky UniversityBeta Gamma Sigma Junior ScholarshipAwarded to the Beta Gamma Sigma junior member with the highest GPA.Current students$5001No
Eastern Kentucky UniversityCecil A. Washburn ScholarshipAwarded to either an incoming freshman or a returning student in the School of Business. Applicants must be enrolled full-time. The recipient must maintain a 2.8 GPA or higher. The student should possess the characteristics valued by Cecil A. Washburn: good character, leadership, citizenship, social responsibility, and a desire to complete a college education. The scholarship shall be awarded to the candidate exhibiting the greatest financial need.Students with financial need$5001
Eastern Kentucky UniversityGayle Mason ScholarshipAwarded to a female, senior accounting major who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in academics and leadership.Current students, female students1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMax Reed ScholarshipAwarded to a junior accounting major based on academic excellence and leadership abilitiesCurrent students1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMcIlvaine Memorial Endowed ScholarshipAwarded to an accounting major who is an entering freshmanIncoming freshmenFull tuition1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityR.R. Richards ScholarshipAwarded to a senior accounting major who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievementCurrent studentsFull tuition1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityFinancial Executives International ScholarshipAwarded to a student possessing superior academic achievement and leadership in financeNo specific demographic1
Eastern Kentucky UniversityInsurance Department StudiesScholarships are awarded each semester to insurance majors/minorsNo specific demographic$200-full tuition14NoDecember 30, July 31
Eastern Kentucky UniversityDonald E. Bodley Endowed ScholarshipAwarded to a student who has achieved senior standing. The recipient must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5, as well as passed course RST 310 with an "A". Current studentsNo
Eastern Kentucky UniversityOpal and Kermit Patterson Memorial Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must have a minimum ACT composite score of 24, maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA, provide evidence of leadership activities, and be a major in the Department of Management, Marketing and International Business.No specific demographicUp to $2,6006Yes1-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityShirley Byrne Memorial Education ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time undergraduate education majors with a focus on elementary or middle grades teaching who are in good standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Current students1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityJ. Dorland and Thomas Jackson Coates FundRecipient must be a Kentucky resident majoring in teacher education with financial need, above-average academic potential and good citizenship.
Students with financial needYes1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityWietse DeHoop Scholarship Fund
Recipient must be a special education major demonstrating strong scholarship, service to the profession and community, and leadership potential.No specific demographic1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityS. Evelyn Francis Scholarship FundRecipient must be a senior elementary education major with a language arts emphasis; recommendations from language arts faculty are required.Current students1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityClarence Gifford Endowed ScholarshipRecipient must be a full-time elementary or secondary education major who is a Kentucky resident and who graduated from a Kentucky high school with financial need.Students with financial needYes1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMay Hansen Memorial FundAwarded to a full-time rising junior majoring in elementary education. Financial need is considered.Current studentsYes1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversitySusan B. Harris
Scholarship Fund
For special education majors with a communications disorder emphasis.No specific demographic1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityJennings & Stratemeyer ScholarshipAwarded to one sophomore male and one sophomore female who are members of Kappa Delta Pi, the education honor societyCurrent students21-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityStella Thompson Lutes Memorial Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be undergraduate or graduate Kentucky resident who completed freshman year at EKU majoring in education with a 3.0 GPA and display the qualities of good character, leadership,citizenship, promise of high academic achievement and commitment of service to othersCurrent studentsYes1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityMamie & Tinsley Dizney Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must graduate from an accredited Kentucky high school, have a 3.5 High School GPA on a four point system, and have a 25 ACT Score (or equivalent).Incoming freshmen15-Mar
Eastern Kentucky UniversityProgram of Distinction Academic ScholarshipRecipients must be College of Justice & Safety Majors (Preference will be given to Kentucky residents). First-year students: Minimum high school GPA of 3.0 with a 22 or higher ACT composite score or an SAT score of 1030 or higher. Transfer students: Minimum GPA of 3.5 for one year (24 hours) of studyNo specific demographic$2,500 YesMarch 15, October 15
Eastern Kentucky UniversityJoseph Famularo ScholarshipRecipents must be majoring in Criminal Justice or Police Studies, be of Junior standing, and hold a 3.7 GPA for the first two years of undergraduate study.Current students
Eastern Kentucky UniversityRichard Washburn ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled as full-time students in the Fire Protection Administration bachelor's degree program at Eastern Kentucky University, have a minimum GPA of 2.0., and have demonstrated participation and achievement in the fire and emergency servicesCurrent studentsNo
Eastern Kentucky UniversityArthur Glatfelter ScholarshipRecupients must be majoring in a fire and safety degree program with a commitment to Fire and Emergency Services or Loss Control/Loss Prevention professions as a career or vocation and must demonstrate a commitment to scholastic achievement.No specific demographicYes
Eastern Kentucky UniversityEKU National Alumni Association Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled as a full-time student at EKU in good academic standing, have a 3.0 cumulative GPA, a minimum composite ACT score of 18, demonstrate involvement in at least three extracurricular activities and demonstrate financial need via the FAFSA. In case of a tie, preference is given to legacies.Current students, Students with financial needVariesYes1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityJ.W. Thurman Alumni ScholarshipRecipients must be the child of an EKU graduate and have a minimum composite ACT score of 18 and a cumulative 3.0 high school GPA.Family of alumni, incoming freshmenVariesYes1-Apr
Eastern Kentucky UniversityRetention ScholarshipRecipients must be degree-seeking students that entered EKU in either the summer or fall of the current year as first-time freshmen and are returning the fall of next year who have at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average with a grade of C or better in all coursework.Current students$350-$1,0001-May
Ivy TechBrian Ray Kleehamer Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a student enrolled in an area of the health care field, be either an incoming student or a current student, and have a financial need.Students with financial needYes
Ivy TechDanny Hopkins ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled in Manufacturing & Industrial Technology in the Industrial Maintenance Specialty, have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, and be enrolled on at least a half-time basis.Current students
Ivy TechDon and Bobbie Perkins ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled in Advanced Manufacturing or Manufacturing and Industrial Technology, be either an incoming student or a current student, have financial need, be a United States citizen or permanent resident, and have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.Students with financial need
Ivy TechFaculty/Staff ScholarshipRecipients must have minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, be a full-time student (12 credit hours or more), and must be a recent high school graduate.Incoming freshmen
Ivy TechFutures Unlimited ScholarshipRecipients must be a first-time student at the Ivy Tech Community College Southern Indiana campus and have a financial need. A Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed.Incoming freshmen, students with financial needNo
Ivy TechHarvey S. Poling, Jr. ScholarshipRecipients must be at least 28 years of age, have completed at least one-half of the program of study, and have a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale.Adult/non-traditional students, current students
Ivy TechKen Staley ScholarshipRecipients must have a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale and must have a financial need. A Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed.Students with financial need
Ivy TechLegacy Award ScholarshipRecipients must be accepted for enrollment or enrolled at Ivy Tech Southern Indiana, demonstrate a long term commitment to service and civic engagement, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher on 4.0 scale, and be enrolled as a full-time student.No specific demographics$5002Yes
Ivy TechHolmes Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be a first-generation, degree-declared college student, have completed at least one semester, have financial need, and be enrolled in at least six credit hours.Current students, students with financial need
Jefferson Community and Technical College
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeAnne Biven Nursing Textbook FundOpen to students enrolled in the JCTC Associate Degree of Nursing program. Financial need is considered.No specific demographicCost of books1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeElizabeth Browning Adams Memorial ScholarshipOpen to Nursing students with minimum 2.5 GPA. Preference is given to students who demonstrate financial need and engage in regular community service.Current students, students with financial need1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeChase ScholarshipOpen to new or current students who demonstrate through previous achievements a capability of doing college work. Current or former JCTC students must have maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA. New students must submit a valid and dated high school transcript. Recipients must demonstrate financial needStudents with financial need1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeRose Marie Crask Art History ScholarshipOpen to students with a declared major in Art History who have completed 30 hours of college credits with a minimum GPA of 3.5. Recipients must demonstrate financial need.Current students, students with financial need1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegePat Drago Memorial ScholarshipOpen to students not enrolled in college for at least one year and whose primary campus of enrollment is the JCTC Southwest Campus. Financial need is considered.Adult/non-traditional students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeGLADA Automotive Technology ScholarshipOpen to students enrolled in the Automotive Technology Program at JCTC who have achieved a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. Recipients must demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need, current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeGrainger Tools for Tomorrow ScholarshipRecipients must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.No specific demographic$2,000 1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeHighland Woman’s Club Endowed ScholarshipOpen to single parents (head of household with dependent children) who are enrolled full-time at Jefferson. Recipients must demonstrate financial need.Adult/non-traditional students, students with financial need1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeDr. and Mrs. Ronald Horvath Academic Assistance ScholarshipOpen to regular full-time Jefferson employees enrolled in courses at Jefferson with a minimum 2.5 GPA.Current students, adult/non-traditional students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeDr. and Mrs. Ronald Horvath Tuition ScholarshipOpen to children and grandchildren of regular full-time Jefferson employees and to children and grandchildren of Jefferson retirees who: A) are Jefferson applicants with a minimum 2.5 high school GPA, or B) are JCTC students who have completed at least 12 credit hours with a cumulative minimum 2.5 GPA.Family of employees1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeDr. Alice Howry James Memorial ScholarshipOpen to students enrolled in the Early Childhood Education Program. Students must have completed at least 6 credit hours prior to application, must carry at least 9 credit hours during the semester of award, and must have a career goal in education.Current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeJefferson Studio Art ScholarshipOpen to an incoming freshman student who has achieved a minimum GPA of 3.5 and has declared a major in Studio Art.Incoming freshmen11-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeJCTC Merit ScholarshipOpen to students who have completed 25 credit hours at Jefferson with a 3.5 GPA.Current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeJefferson Jubilee ScholarshipOpen to students currently enrolled in any area of study or on any campus who have achieved and maintained a 3.0 or greater GPA.Current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeKCTCS Commonwealth ScholarshipOpen to Kentucky residents, enrolled at least part-time and have graduated high school within the last two years in the top quartile of their high school graduating class or who have an ACT score of 24 (or equivalent) and a cumulative high school GPA of 3.50.Incoming freshmenUp to $1,5001-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeKCTCS Presidential ScholarshipOpen to students at Jefferson who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement with a minimum 3.0 GPA.Current students$1,500 1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeImogene Kelly Memorial ScholarshipOpen to Jefferson student enrolled in the Office Systems Technology (OST) program. Recipients must have a 2.5 GPA, with at least 15 completed hours, and must demonstrate financial need.Current students, students with financial need1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeN.O. Kimbler Memorial ScholarshipOpen to JCTC students pursuing a career in teaching.No specific demographic1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegePhyllis Krantz Memorial ScholarshipOpen to students with a declared major in Fine Arts. Recipients must be currently enrolled with at least 15 credit hours completed, including 6 credit hours in studio art, and must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeLubrizol Foundation ScholarshipOpen to students entering the Engineering Technology or Industrial Chemical Technology Programs in the upcoming fall semester who are currently in good academic standing.No specific demographic1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeDr. Bill May Fire Sciences and Criminal Justice Scholarship FundOpen to students enrolled in the Fire Science Technology or Criminal Justice Programs who have earned a minimum 3.0 GPA. Recipients must demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need, current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeNational City Bank ScholarshipsOpen to new Jefferson students who can demonstrate through previous academic achievements a capability of doing college work and/or current JCTC students with a maintained minimum 3.5 GPA.No specific demographic1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeNorton Healthcare ScholarshipOpen to students enrolled in Nursing or Allied Health programs.No specific demographic1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegePhilip Morris Career ScholarshipOpen to Jefferson students who have not been enrolled in any school for at least the last 12 months.Adult/non-traditional students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeBarbara Plum Memorial ScholarshipOpen to fulltime students enrolled in Early Childhood Education or part-time ECE students who have completed at least 9 credit hours and have a minimum 2.5 GPA. Recipients must demonstrate financial needCurrent students, students with financial need1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegePNC Bank ScholarshipOpen to new Jefferson students who can demonstrate, through previous academic achievements, a capability of doing college work, and current students with a maintained minimum 3.0 GPA.No specific demographic1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeDr. and Mrs. Matthew Schwab Scholarship FundOpen to students enrolled full-time in the Radiography Technology program who have achieved a minimum 3.0 GPA and have demonstrated the potential for achieving academic success.Current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeShelby Energy ScholarshipOpen to Jefferson students enrolled full-time at the JCTC Shelby County Campus. Recipients must demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeJohn T. Smith ScholarshipOpen to African-American Kentucky residents enrolled at Jefferson. Recipients must maintain at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and be enrolled for at least 6 credit hours during the semester of the award.African-American students$5001-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeThe Steinberg Family ScholarshipOpen to students enrolled in a Social Science program. Recipients must have completed at least 24 credit hours and have a minimum 3.0 GPA.Current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeWandering Aengus Textbook ScholarshipOpen to students enrolled full-time (min. 12 credit hours) at JCTC who have earned a minimum 3.0 GPA.No specific demographic1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeW.W. Grainger ScholarshipOpen to students enrolled on the Carrollton Campus of JCTC who are enrolled in a technical degree program and have earned a minimum 3.0 GPA. Financial need is considered.Current students1-Mar
Jefferson Community and Technical CollegeT. Steve Yeager Scholarship for Academic ExcellenceOpen to currently enrolled, African-American students with 15 credit hours and a minimum 3.25 GPA. Preference is given to students enrolled in a two-year technical program. Financial need is considered.African-American students, current students1-Mar
Kentucky State UniversityPresidential ScholarshipRecipients must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA and 26 ACT or SAT equivalentFull tuition, fees, room, board, and a book stipendYes
Kentucky State UniversityExcellence ScholarshipRecipients must have a minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA and 24 ACT or SAT equivalentIncoming freshmenFull tuition, half room and boardYes
Kentucky State UniversityThorobred ScholarshipRecipients must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and 21 ACT or SAT equivalentIncoming freshmenFull tuitionYes
Kentucky State UniversityCommonwealth Scholars Program ScholarshipRecipients must be a Kentucky resident, rank in top 10% of their graduating high school class, have participated in at least 3 extra-curricular activities, and have a minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA.Incoming freshmenFull tuitionYes
Kentucky State UniversityLouisville Black Achievers ScholarshipRecipients must be participants in the YMCA Black Achievers Program with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and a 21 ACT or SAT equivalentAfrican-American students, incoming freshmenFull tuition, fees, room, board, and a book stipendYes
Kentucky State UniversityGold Transfer ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to Kentucky State University as a transfer student from any Kentucky Community and Technical College System member institution, have completed at least 40 semester hours of credit bearing courses or completed an Associate Degree, and have a 3.7 GPA.Transfer studentsFull tuition, fees, room, board, and a book stipendYes
Kentucky State UniversityGreen Transfer ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to Kentucky State University as a transfer student from any Kentucky Community and Technical College System member institution, have completed at least 40 semester hours of credit bearing courses or completed an Associate Degree, and have a 3.5 GPA.Transfer studentsFull tuition, half room and boardYes
Kentucky State UniversityThorobred Transfer ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to Kentucky State University as a transfer student from any Kentucky Community and Technical College System member institution, have completed at least 40 semester hours of credit bearing courses or completed an Associate Degree, and have a 3.0 GPA.Transfer studentsFull tuitionYes
Kentucky State UniversityWhitney Young, Jr. Transfer IncentiveRecipients must be admitted to Kentucky State University as a transfer student from any regionally accredited college or university, have completed at least 24 semester hours of credit bearing courses, and have a minimum 2.8 GPA. Transfer students$500-$1,500No
Kentucky State UniversityMinority Educator Recruitment and Retention ScholarshipRecipients must be minority Kentucky residents, declare a Teacher Education major, pursue initial certification, and have a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA.
African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority studentsUp to $5,000
Kentucky State UniversityAcademic Achievement ScholarshipRecipients must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and maintain full-time enrollment totaling 24 hours for the academic year.Current studentsUp to $4,500
Lindsey Wilson CollegeBegley Scholars ScholarshipRecipients must have a minimum ACT composite score of 24, a minimum high school GPA of 3.0, and a class ranking in the top 10% at the end of junior year.Incoming freshmenFull tuition, fees, room, and boardYes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDean's ScholarshipAvailable to high school valedictorians.Incoming freshmenHalf tuition or Full tuitionYes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeAward for Excellence ScholarshipRecipients must be first time, full-time freshmen who are National Merit Semifinalists or National Achievement Semifinalists.Incoming freshmenHalf tuition or Full tuitionYes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeEagle Scout ScholarshipRecipients must be first-time, full-time freshmen who have obtained the rank of Eagle Scout by age 18 and have a minimum ACT composite score of 24 and a minimum 3.00 cumulative high school grade point average.Incoming freshmenUp to half tuition5Yes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeGirl Scout Gold Award ScholarshipRecipients must be first-time, full-time freshmen who have obtained the gold award by age 18 and have a minimum ACT composite score of 24 and a minimum 3.0 cumulative high school grade point average.Incoming freshmenUp to half tuition5Yes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJunior Miss ScholarshipRecipients must be Junior Miss Scholastic Pageant winners from Kentucky who are first-time, full-time freshman with a minimum 3.00 cumulative high school grade point average.Incoming freshmen$2,000-half tuitionYes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeKentucky Governor's Scholar ScholarshipRecipients must have completed the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program or the Governor's School for the arts.Incoming freshmenHalf tuition or Full tuitionYes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLWC Achievement ScholarshipRecipients must be first-time, full-time freshmen with a composite ACT score of 18 or above and a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or above.Incoming freshmenYes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWalter S. Reuling ScholarshipRecipients must be high school valedictorians who attend Lindsey Wilson as first-time, full-time freshman.Incoming freshmenUp to full tuitionYes1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMr. Oris Aaron ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Allen ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeVista & Sandidge Allison ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeAlumni ScholarshipsContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeNorman, Dora & Joey Antle ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeAthletic (Hundley) ScholarshipsContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWilliam Cashman Ayer ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegePeggy E. Baker ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeCharles D. & Jeanette Bennett ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeR. V. Bennett ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeTyler & Mary Lula Bow ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeBoyd Lubker ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWilliam R. and Mary Deane Brantley ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMyrl & Marcella Brashear ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeL. Foster & Ruth Brewer ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJunius E. Bryant ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeBurger/Hummel ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeB.J. and Mary Burnett ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeElsie C. Butcher ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeEdith Carroll ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeRev. Lester B. & Mabel Spears Carter ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeChowning-Pence ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. Thomas D. Clark ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJo Ann Vanada & Rev. J. Smiley Collins ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJ.W. and Frances Compton ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeClaude Lee & Dollie Beatrice Cooley ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeBertha Hamilton Coomer ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeRev. John L. Coomer ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeClarine Elizabeth Cooper ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWilliam Patterson Crenshaw ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeHershel Denney ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeRev. Ernest S. & Mary B. Denton ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJohn C. Dorsey ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeUnessis Dewitt (Dee) & Cora Vaughn Dowell ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeFloyd & Magdalene Dudgeon ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. Frank L. & Elizabeth F. Duncan ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMose Dunning ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeW. Norris Duvall ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLinda Levally Early ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeElihu and Cordelia Eastridge ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeTom & Rowena Everett ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMary Louise Ott-Fanelli ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeGuy M. & Lena C. Fenley ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeHelen Gilpin Flatt ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeThe Reverend Chandler E. Ford Family ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeEvelyn Rogers Gamble ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeReverend S. Ray & Lorene Gilliam ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeRonald D. & Lily Glosser ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeRobert R. Goodin and Family ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeFred Gribbins Ministerial ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDrs. Charles S. and Vera Guthrie ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeW. Paul & Lillian McAllister Hale ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWood and Marie Hannah ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeHavens/LWC ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWilliam Randolph Hearst ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJohn L. & D.D. Hendrickson ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeHenry ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeStanley and Lue Ella Hickerson ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeCoach Doug Hines ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJo S. Hoefelman ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDoris Zenger Holloway ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeSam and Allene Holmes ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLake Cumberland Home Health Serv./Holt ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJohn B. Horton Memorial ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMattie Hyams ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. Ernest & Betty Brown Johnson ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeBob and Fran Keefe Athletic ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeElla & Raymond A. Kessel ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. Adam Komosa ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJeremy Lord ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMary Lucy Lowe ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWilliam T. Luckey, Jr. ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeCecil Major Athletic ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeRev. R.V. & Anna Belle Matthews ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeR.W. & Frances R. McCandless ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. L. Rodford McDonald ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMcKenzie and Adams ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMillennium (Class of 50) ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeBernice Miller ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeL. A. & Grace Miller ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeOrville and Mamie Miller ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDelorah Jewell Moore Endowed English ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDoug & Betty Jean Moseley ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLouise Page Newberry ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeChloe M. Niehaus ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeKennard and Melva Peden ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeGertrude & Donald Perry ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWilliam and Nadie Pettus ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJohn and Jeanette Pierce ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeCurtis J. & Beatrice H. Powell ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLenn R. Pruitt ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeKeith & Mary Radford ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeAleen Ensor RalphRamseyer-Lindsey Wilson College ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJohn C. & Nora L. Redman ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLowell Reeg ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLee & Gertrude Reynolds ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeEdward & Beulah Richards ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDoug and Alberta Richardson ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeHenry C. & Elsie B. Rogers ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeO. G. Rowe ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeReverend Alice Bondurant Scott ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeKathryn Reese Sengel ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeAsa, Allie & David Shelton ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. William W. Slider ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeHarold J. & Helen H. Smith ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeW. K. Snyder ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeBilly C. & Faye C. Spencer ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeL. D. & Marie Squires ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeThe M. Keith Stearns ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. Julius & Hazel B. Stephenson ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMary Louise Stoltz ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeTerry W. & Cinda L. Swan ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeAdair County Teachers ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. Cyrintha Terry ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeBrashear/Thurman Library ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeKeith & Katherine Venable ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWilliam "Bill" Walker ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeMary Evelyn Walker and Louise Brock ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeA.P. White ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeRose Willis ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeDr. Ralph D. & Nellie Winchester ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeNoma Dix Winston ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeReverend L.E. & Rose Woodcock ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLewis & Mary Woodward ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeW. Ruel & Runa Wooten ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeCollins, Russell, Wortham ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeLeo and Betty Young ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeJoseph W. & Margaret Zinn ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeSamuel Orr ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Lindsey Wilson CollegeWilliard Mae Yarberry Overstreet ScholarshipContact the Lindsey Wilson Office of Financial Aid for more information.No specific demographic1-Feb
Morehead State UniversityA. Frank and Bethel C. Gallaher Memorial Music AwardAwarded to junior-level music students.Current students$1,000 LimitedNo
Morehead State UniversityAlicia G. Vallotton ScholarshipScholarship for full-time students majoring in Theatre, minoring in Theatre or a graduate student with an emphasis in TheatreNo specific demographicVariesVariesYes1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityArt Leadership ScholarshipFor entering freshman art majors.Incoming freshmen$500Yes13-Mar
Morehead State UniversityCommunications ScholarshipOpen to full-time students majoring in Communications - Advertising/Public Relations, Electronic Media, Journalism, or Organizational/Interpersonal Communication.No specific demographicVariesNo15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityDonald F. Holloway ScholarshipMust be Junior or Senior and have a major within the Department of Communication, Media and Leadership Studies.Current studentsVariesUnlimitedYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityE. Glenn and Helen F. Fulbright Music Education Scholarship AwardPresented to the outstanding Junior or Senior student in music education who has demonstrated  ability and promise as a future music educator.Current studentsVaries1Yes
Morehead State UniversityEdwa P. and Allie W. Young Memorial AwardAn annual award to an outstanding student in the Department of Music and an outstanding student in the Department History, Philosophy, Religion and Legal Studies.Current students$200No
Morehead State UniversityFrances Edmundson ScholarshipAwarded to full-time undergraduate Music majors.No specific demographicVariesNo1-Mar
Morehead State UniversityGeorge T. Young Memorial FundAwarded to an outstanding student in the Department of History, Philosophy, Religion and Legal Stuides. Preference is given to students who have a particular interest in Kentucky History.Current students$700No15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityHarlen Hamm ScholarshipRecipient must be a full-time student majoring in Theatre, minoring in Theatre or a graduate student with an emphasis in TheatreNo specific demographicVaries1Yes1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityJ.E. Duncan Art AwardTo an outstanding art student. Junior level Art major.Current studentsVariesNo
Morehead State UniversityJoyce Brown and James C. LeMaster ScholarshipFull-time undergraduate students who are majoring in English or Industrial and Engineering TechnologyNo specific demographic$1,000 Yes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityJulia Doyel Webb ScholarshipFor students intending to participate on the forensic team(s). Entering freshmen must have a high school GPA of 2.5.No specific demographicVariesYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityLola Crosthwaite ScholarshipAwarded to full-time juniors who have declared a major of sociology, social work, or criminology and who have maintained a minimum GPA of 3.3.Current studentsVariesYes
Morehead State UniversityMelody Trosper ScholarshipOpen to full-time students majoring in Theatre, minoring in Theatre or a graduate student with an emphasis in Theatre.No specific demographicVariesVariesYes
Morehead State UniversityMusic ScholarshipMusic scholarship awards are available to qualified students (incoming freshman and transfer students only) as determined through a scholarship audition. These awards serve numerous students annually. All awards are contingent upon admission to the University.Incoming freshmen, transfer studentsVariesUnlimitedYes15-Feb
Morehead State UniversityNelson Carpenter ScholarshipRecipient must be a full-time student majoring in Theatre, minoring in Theatre or a graduate student with an emphasis in TheatreNo specific demographic$1,000 1Yes1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityNoel F. Oney ScholarshipAwarded to full-time students majoring in Theatre, minoring in Theatre or a graduate student with an emphasis in TheatreNo specific demographicVariesVariesYes1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityReser ScholarshipAwarded to a minority student who shows good scholarship, promise, and commitment to his or her discipline and to concerns of social justice.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority studentsVariesNo
Morehead State UniversityROTC Campus-Based ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time undergrad/graduate students (with 2-4 years remaining to complete degree).No specific demographicFull tuition + fees $1,200/yr. book allowance $300-500/mo stipendNo1-Dec
Morehead State UniversityROTC High School Nursing Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be accepted into MSU with declared Nursing Major and must have a 19 or higher ACT and 2.5 or higher GPA.Incoming freshmenFull tuition + fees $1,200/yr. book allowance $300-500/mo stipendNo1-Dec
Morehead State UniversityROTC High School Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be accepted into MSU with a 19 or higher ACT and a  2.5 or higher GPA.Incoming freshmenFull tuition + fees $1,200/yr. book allowance $300-500/mo stipendNo1-Dec
Morehead State UniversityROTC Nursing ScholarshipRecipients must have applied and/or been accepted into the BSN Program with a 2.5 or higher GPA and must meet the qualifications to commission as an Officer in the US Army.No specific demographicFull tuition + fees $1,200/yr. book allowance $300-500/mo stipendNo1-Dec
Morehead State UniversityTheatre Alumni ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time students majoring in Theatre, minoring in Theatre or a graduate student with an emphasis in TheatreNo specific demographicVariesYes1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityTheatre ScholarshipsRecipients must be full-time students majoring in Theatre, minoring in Theatre or a graduate student with an emphasis in Theatre.No specific demographicVariesYes1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityTheta Alpha Phi ScholarshipsRecipients must be full-time students majoring in Theatre, minoring in Theatre or a graduate student with an emphasis in Theatre.No specific demographicVariesVariesYes1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityW. David Brown, Sr. ScholarshipRecipients must be Journalism majors with junior or senior status and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5.Current studentsVariesUnlimitedYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityW. Paul and Lucille Caudill Little Scholarship for Study of the Arts at Morehead State University (Art Majors)Recipients must be from Kentucky and majoring in Art and Design with at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA and a 22 ACT composite score.Incoming freshmenUp to $7,000VariesYes1-Mar
Morehead State UniversityW. Paul and Lucille Caudill Little Scholarship for Study of the Arts at Morehead State University (Music Majors)Recipients must be from Kentucky and majoring in Music with at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA and 22 ACT composite score.Incoming freshmenUp to $7,000VariesYes1-Mar
Morehead State UniversityW. Paul and Lucille Caudill Little Scholarship for Study of the Arts at Morehead State University (Theatre Majors)Recipients must be from Kentucky majoring in Theatre and Dance with at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA and 22 ACT composite score.Incoming freshmenUp to $7,000VariesYes1-Mar
Morehead State UniversityWalter Smith ScholarshipRecipients must be a Music student currently enrolled at Morehead State UniversityCurrent students$1,000 2NoNo deadline
Morehead State UniversityCommunity Trust Bank ScholarshipAwarded to seniors in MSU's School of Business AdministrationCurrent students$2,500 No28-Mar
Morehead State UniversityGary L. Bishop ScholarshipRecipient must be a student athlete or business major with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or better and 20 on the ACT or 950 combined score on the SAT. Current students who apply must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0; all applicants must be undergraduates.No specific demographicVariesNo
Morehead State UniversityGreg Threet Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to a rising junior or senior finance major (with at least 60 credit hours completed by the end of the current academic year spring term) in MSU’s School of Business AdministrationCurrent students$5,000 No28-Mar
Morehead State UniversityOhio Valley Accountants ScholarshipRecipients must be pursuing a degree in Accounting at MSU with a GPA of 3.0 or betterCurrent students$500No15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityAlbin and Eva Lee ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program and pursuing a degree in education.No specific demographicVariesYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityDr. Lawrence and Stellarose Stewart ScholarshipRecipients shall be Education majors unconditionally admitted for study at MSUNo specific demographic$500UnlimitedNo15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityFuture Educators' Association ScholarshipRecipients must be incoming, full-time freshmen majoring in education who have participated in an FEA chapter.Incoming freshmen$500No15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityJunita Losey ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time students, graduates of a Kentucky public high school, and a junior or senior majoring in education.Current students$2,000 No15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityMinority Educator Recruitment and Retainment (MERR) ScholarshipRecipients must be minority students enrolled full-time as education majors at MSU with a GPA of 2.5.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, current studentsUp to $5,000NoVaries
Morehead State UniversityMinority Teacher Education Program MSU ScholarshipMinority student with a minimum high school GPA of 2.5 and a minimum ACT of 18 and an interest in teachingAfrican-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, incoming freshmen$1,000 YesJuly 30 for fall semester, December 1 for spring semester
Morehead State UniversityNevilyn Tackett Throckmorton Memorial Scholarship EndowmentRecipients shall be undergraduate students studying to become teachers in MSU’s College of Education. Recipients must have a minimum GPA of 3.3Current studentsVariesYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityRuth Boggs Shannon and E.L. Shannon, Jr. ScholarshipRecipients must be student teachers who have a minimum GPA of 3.5 with proof of a dedicated commitment to teaching through letters of recommendation of three faculty members and assignment to a culturally diverse location for student teaching and/or a commitment to utilize technology applications during their student teaching experienceCurrent students$2,000 No15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityWilliam Hampton ScholarshipRecipients must be education majorsNo specific demographic$500No15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityAgriculture ScholarshipRecipients must be entering freshmen majoring in Agricultural Sciences with participation in high school activities.Incoming freshmenVariesYes1-Jun
Morehead State UniversityAhmed and Vicki Sabie ScholarshipRecipients must be undergraduate students pursuing a degree in Industrial Education. Recipients shall have maintained a grade point average of at least 3.0 and have financial eligibility as determined by the University’s Office of Financial Aid.Current studentsVariesYes
Morehead State UniversityBill Soslowitz ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time junior or senior students majoring in Hotel, Restaurant, and Hospitality Management or dietetics who are in good academic standing and who live in campus housing.  Financial need may also be considered.Current studentsVariesNo1-Jun
Morehead State UniversityBuffalo Trace Veterinary Medicine Association-Charles Derrickson ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time undergraduate students admitted to the Veterinary Technology Program, who have demonstrated outstanding academic and clinical abilities and are continuing in the program.Current studentsVariesNo
Morehead State UniversityC. Louise Caudill Scholarship for WomenRecipients must be female students wishing to enter the profession of medicine or a career in health, physical education or sport sciences. The recipients shall be unconditionally admitted for study at MSU.Female studentsVariesNo
Morehead State UniversityClifford R. and Addie R. Rader Nursing AwardRecipients must be full-time students enrolled in MSU’s pre-licensure and post-licensure Baccalaureate Nursing Program. Students must be Kentucky residents to be eligible.Current students$2,500 No4-May
Morehead State UniversityDayton Emergency Veterinary Clinic, Inc., ScholarshipThe recipient shall be a 2nd-year Veterinary Technology major, having a GPA of 3.25Current students$1,500 1Yes
Morehead State UniversityDepartment of Physical Sciences ScholarshipRecipients must be juniors or seniors with a major in a Physical Science.Current students$500No
Morehead State UniversityDr. Freda L. Kilburn ScholarshipRecipients must be single parents from Kentucky and have completed one full year in the nursing program at MSU.Adult/non-traditional students, current students$500No4-May
Morehead State UniversityDr. H.W. Straley III ScholarshipRecipient must be a rising junior or senior with geology major. Must be an active member of the Morehead geological Society. Minimum GPA is 3.0Current students$1,000 1No1-May
Morehead State UniversityDr. John C. Philley ScholarshipRecipient must be a rising junior or senior with a geology major and must be an active member of the Morehead geological Society. Minimum GPA is 2.5.Current students$1,000 1No1-May
Morehead State UniversityDr. Jules R. Dubar ScholarshipRecipient must be a rising junior or senior with a geology major and must be an active member of the Morehead geological Society. Minimum GPA is 3.0.Current students$1,000 No1-May
Morehead State UniversityDr. Richard Walls Field Camp Support ScholarshipRecipient must be a junior or senior and an active member of Morehead Geological Society. The minimum GPA is 2.5 overall, 2.75 in geology. Recipient must be accepted into an accredited field camp.Current students$1,000 No1-May
Morehead State UniversityEddie Bishop Memorial ScholarshipRecipient must be a Physical Education major; African-American males have priority with a minimum GPA of 2.0.African-American students, current students$200Yes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityFarm Credit Services of Mid-America ScholarshipAwarded to full-time students from Kentucky with at least 60 hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher majoring in Agriculture with a farm background.Current studentsVariesNo1-Jun
Morehead State UniversityJerry F. Howell, Sr. Environmental Science ScholarshipRecipients must be junior or senior majors or minors in Environmental Science and have a 3.0 overall GPA.Current studentsVariesNo
Morehead State UniversityLinus Fair ScholarshipsRecipients must be students majoring in Mathematics.No specific demographicVariesUnlimitedNo
Morehead State UniversityMargaret Heaslip Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be undergraduates in the Biological and Environmental Sciences.No specific demographicVariesYes1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityMSU Agricultural Club ScholarshipStudents with a major in Agriculture Science or Agricultural Education unconditionally admitted for study at MSU and a member of an Agriculture ClubNo specific demographicVariesNo1-Jun
Morehead State UniversityWarren and Winifred Proudfoot ScholarshipRecipients should be pre-health professionals such as nursing, pre-medicine students and other health related fields.No specific demographicVariesYes
Morehead State UniversityAdron and Mignon Doran ScholarshipRecipients must be students whose high school GPA is 3.0 or better.Incoming freshmen$1,000 Yes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityAlumni ScholarshipsAwarded to new MSU students who are the child, grandchild or the spouse of an active MSU alumnusFamily of alumni, incoming freshmen$1,000 Yes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityBelva Sammons Scholarship for Students with DisabilitiesAwarded to students who have registered with the MSU Disability Services Office, who have provided documentation of a qualifying disability, and who have been determined by the Office of Financial Aid to be financially eligible. Eligible recipients must have already completed at least one academic year at MSU and attained a minimum cumulative 2.80 GPA (using only MSU credits).Students with disabilities, students with financial need, current studentsVariesNo30-Oct
Morehead State UniversityBlack Achievers ScholarshipRecipients must have completed the Black Achievers Program in the Lexington (KY), Louisville (KY) or Cincinnati (OH) areas with a minimum ACT score of 18 and at least a 450 admission index.African-American students, incoming freshmenFull Tuition2 per programYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityBoone Logan Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to students attending MSU.No specific demographicVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityCalvert Award for Non-Traditional StudentsRecipeints must be non-traditional freshmen from Kentucky. Preference is given to students enrolled in the School of Business. Awarded based on student essay and financial need.Adult/non-traditional students, incoming freshmen, students with financial need$1,000 Yes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityCarolyn Flatt ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time and non-traditional undergraduate students.Adult/non-traditional studentsVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityCheerleader ScholarshipsRecipients must be full-time students who are a member of the Cheerleading squads.No specific demographicVariesYes
Morehead State UniversityCaudill FellowshipAwarded to Kentucky residents who are sixty-five years of age or older.Adult/non-traditional studentsTuition and feesUnlimitedYesPrior to the start of the semester
Morehead State UniversityCharles and Elizabeth Bruce ScholarshipRecipients of the award shall be full-time undergraduate studentsNo specific demographicVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityCommonwealth ScholarshipRecipients must: 1. Be a legal resident of Kentucky; and 2. Be admitted with a minimum admission index of 640 or higher; and also meet both: a minimum unweighted high school GPA of 3.5 or higher; and a minimum ACT composite of 25 or higher or SAT combined score of 1130 or higher.Incoming studentsFull TuitionAwarded to all students who qualify and apply by the application deadlineYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityDarrell and Leola Adams ScholarshipRecipients of this award shall be full-time non¬traditional undergraduate students.Adult/non-traditional studentsVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityDelta Tau Delta ScholarshipAwarded to an incoming male freshman student who has demonstrated a commitment to a life of excellence. Minimum requirements for the scholarship include a 3.0 cumulative High School G.P.A. and 21 ACT scoreIncoming freshmenVariesNo15-Jul
Morehead State UniversityDiversity Opportunity ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to MSU as an entering freshman or as a transfer student with less than 24 total semester hours and have an ethnic background of one of Hispanic/Latino, African American, American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, or Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander with an unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 or higher and an ACT score of 18 or higher.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Asian/Pacific Islander, or other minority students, incoming freshmen, transfer studentsFull tuition5Yes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityEagle Access ScholarshipTo be eligible student must meet all of the following criteria: 1. Be an entering freshmen; 2. Be a legal resident of Kentucky; 3. Be enrolled full-time with MSU; Be unconditionally admitted with an Admission Index of 450 or higher and an ACT composite score of 18 or higher; and Be Pell eligible at or below 120% of poverty level.Incoming freshmen, students with financial needThe Eagle Access scholarship is a “gap” scholarship designed to award a student the amount needed to cover direct costs of attending college, including tuition, meals, room and books, after the student has been awarded Pell, CAP and other grants or schol¬arships the student is eligible to receive.Yes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityEagle Excellence AwardRecipients must be admitted to MSU as an entering freshman AND meet ALL of the following requirements: 1. Be a legal resident of Kentucky; 2. Be eligible for the Kentucky Education Excellence Scholarship (KEES) administered by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA); 3. Be unconditionally admitted for study at MSU; and 4. Achieve at least a 21 ACT composite score or SAT combined score (math + verbal) of 980 or higher prior to the start of classes with MSUIncoming freshmen100% match of KEES moneyUnlimitedYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityGeorge R. Burgess Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time students majoring in history and/or journalism. Recipients shall be selected by the Office of Enrollment Services on the basis of unmet financial need and academic merit.Current students, students with financial needVariesNo15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityGeorge Scott, Jr. Memorial ScholarshipRecipients should be non-traditional students (23 or older) attending MSU, with financial needAdult/non-traditional students, students with financial needVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityGlenn Buchanan Sigma Phi Epsilon Balanced Man ScholarshipOpen to any freshman, with preference given to a male, who has been admitted to MSU, with preference given to applicants who show the best overall aptitude in the areas that Sigma Phi Epsilon holds in high regard: leadership, scholastics, community service and extracurricular activities. Recipients shall possess a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 upon graduation from high school.Incoming freshmenVariesNo1-Apr
Morehead State UniversityHobbs Endowment for Equality ScholarshipThe Hobbs Endowment for Equality Scholarship Program encourages gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender undergraduate and graduate students at Morehead State University to applyLGBT studentsVariesYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityHonors ScholarshipRecipients selected on the basis of academic achievement, test scores, demonstrated leadership, and moreNo specific demographicCovers all direct costsYes
Morehead State UniversityLarry Stephenson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be currently enrolled as a MSU student and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 on any hours completed and accepted by MSU.Current studentsVariesNo
Morehead State UniversityLen Miller ScholarshipThe recipient shall have been unconditionally admitted for study at MSU and recommended by his/her high school principal and/or the superintendent of schools.Incoming freshmen$1,500 Yes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityLinda and Jim Bodycomb ScholarshipRecipients must be students enrolled at MSU who have demonstrated unmet financial need (which includes personal difficulties) or who are not able to meet requirements for other financial aid as determined by the University’s Office of Financial Aid and have demonstrated academic potential.Students with financial need$1,000 Yes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityMary Jo Martin Netherton Chi Omega ScholarshipTo support academic scholarships for MSU students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and demonstrated leadership at MSU.Current studentsVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityMyrtle Critchfield Mitchell ScholarshipRecipients must be students attending MSU.No specific demographicVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityRegional Analysis ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to MSU as an entering freshman or as a transfer student from an accredited college or university. Minimum criteria for consideration: 1. Minimum ACT composite of 23. 2. New freshman must have a minimum admission index of 500. 3. Transfer students must have a transfer GPA of 3.25 or higher. 4. Declared major (with emphasis in regional analysis) in geography, government, or sociology or area of concentration in environmental science or social work.Incoming freshmen, transfer students$6,000 Yes15-May
Morehead State UniversityRogers Scholars ScholarshipTo 15 graduates annually of the Rogers Scholars Program.  Must be new incoming freshman to MSU or transfer student with less than 24 semester hours.Incoming freshmen, transfer studentsVaries based on achievement; minimum value of full tuitionYes15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityTamzene Shay Dow ScholarshipAwarded to a student majoring in education with preference given to students who have taken human sciences classes.Current studentsVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityTed and Jean Crosthwait ScholarshipRecipients shall be unconditionally admitted for study at MSU with sufficient financial needStudents with financial needVariesYes15-Jun
Morehead State UniversityTransfer ScholarshipsRecipients must be admitted to MSU as a transfer student from any accredited college or university AND meet BOTH of the following requirements: 1. Have completed at least 24 hours of college coursework; and 2. Have a cumulative college GPA of 3.5 or higherTransfer students$2,000 Yes31-May
Morehead State UniversityValedictorian ScholarshipRecipients must be ranked number one in their high school class by seven-semester transcriptIncoming students$1,000 No15-Mar
Morehead State UniversityWalker Family ScholarshipAwarded to full-time students who have at least a 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and a minimum ACT score of 20. Recipients shall have demonstrated unmet financial need or be students who are not able to meet requirements for other financial aid as determined by the University's Office of Enrollment Services. Students must maintain full-time status and a 3.0 grade point average to be eligible for renewal. The award may be renewed up to three times if these criteria are met.Students with financial needVariesNo15-Jun
Murray State UniversityPresidential FellowshipGraduating high school seniors must have a minimum of 28 ACT composite score (or minimum of 1250 SAT Verbal and Math Combined Score  ) AND a 3.7 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale to be eligibleIncoming freshmenFull tuition and room and boardYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityTrustee ScholarshipAwarded to students with at least a 33 ACT and 3.7 high school GPAIncoming freshmen$10,000 Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRegents ScholarshipAwarded to students with at least a 30 ACT and 3.6 high school GPAIncoming freshmen$6,000 Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityProvost ScholarshipAwarded to students with at least a 28 ACT and a 3.5 high school GPAIncoming freshmen$3,000 Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityCarr ScholarshipAwarded to students with at least a 26 ACT and a 3.4 high school GPAIncoming freshmen$1,500 Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityUniversity ScholarshipAwarded to students with at least a 24 ACT and a 3.4 ACTIncoming freshmen$1,000 Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityGovernor's Scholar Program ScholarshipsAwarded to students who have competed either the Governor's Scholars Program or the Governor's School for the ArtsIncoming freshmenFull tuition or $1,000, depending on academic achievement in high schoolYes
Murray State UniversityWilliam G. Broughton Fellowship in Creative ExpressionRecipients must be juniors or seniors with a major in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts and have a 3.0 GPA in their majorCurrent students1-Feb
Murray State UniversityAdults Belong in College ScholarshipRecipients must be at least age 23, have experienced an interruption in formal education,demonstrate academic potential, and be a U.S. citizenAdult/non-traditional students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityAlpha Gamma RhoRecipients must be a male incoming freshman interested in Greek life with at least a 3.0 GPAIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityAlumni Association Life Member ScholarshipRecipients must be an entering freshman, be a descendant of a Murray alumnus, and demonstrate leadership in school or extracurricular activitiesFamily of alumni, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityArthur Ashe ScholarshipRecipients must be minority members of the men's or women's tennis teamAfrican-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityBlack Student Council ScholarshipRecipients must be an African-American entering freshman who has demonstrated involvement in high school clubs and activitiesAfrican-American students, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBlue Level Diversity ScholarshipRecipients must have at least an 18 ACT and a 2.75 GPA and volunteer five hours a week. Preference is given to minority residents of KentuckyAfrican-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, incoming freshmenYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityBluegrass Scholars Renewable ScholarshipRecipients must be a sophomore Kentucky resident with a major in chemistry, biology, physics, math, economics, or finance and accounting with at least a 3.5 GPA and demonstrated financial needStudents with financial need, current studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDrs. Richard and Mary Broeringmeyer ScholarshipRecipients must have at least a 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial needStudents with financial needYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityCentury Club ScholarshipsRecipients must be enrolled at least half-timeAdult/non-traditional students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJerry D. Crutchfield Leadership AwardRecipients must be full-time music majors with at least a 2.75 GPA and demonstrated leadership ability and financial needStudents with financial needYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityWilliam and Mary Curris ScholarshipRecipients must be a debate team member or a participant in other forensic activities and have at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDoris S. Dudley ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time students with demonstrated financial needStudents with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJoe Dyer ScholarshipRecipients must have at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityEmeritus ScholarshipRecipients must be incoming freshmen recommended by high school counselor or principalIncoming freshmen15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRobert A. "Fats" Everett Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshmen with financial needStudents with financial need, incoming freshmen15-Jan
Murray State UniversityFellowship of Christian Athletes ScholarshipRecipients must be active members of FCA with at least a 2.0 GPA and demonstrated financial needStudents with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityFinancial Assistance for Student Success ScholarshipRecipients must have a 2.5 GPA and extreme financial needStudents with financial needYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityGiving Back Scholars ProgramRecipients must be active volunteers with demonstrated financial needStudents with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityGold Level Diversity ScholarshipRecipients must have at least a 21 ACT and 2.75 cumulative GPA, volunteer five hours a week, be a minority student, and be a graduate of a Kentucky high schoolStudents with financial need, African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American or other minority studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJim Hall Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must demonstrate strong leadershipNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityGeorge S. and Lochie Hart Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be incoming freshmen with financial need who have demonstrated leadership abilityStudents with financial need, incoming freshmen15-Jan
Murray State UniversityKevin Hendon Model of Courage AwardRecipients must be current students who have endured a severe debilitating physical conditionStudents with disabilities, current students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDonna Herndon Student Alumni Association ScholarshipRecipients must be upperclass students, with preference given to SAA membersCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityHope, Endeavor, Achievement and Recognition ScholarshipRecipients must have at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityHope, Endeavor and Achievement Need-Based ScholarshipRecipients must have financial need.Students with financial needYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityGeneva Lyttleton Kutzner ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman recommended by their high school counselor or principalIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityLeadership AwardRecipients must be a first-time MSU student with at least a 2.75 GPA; awarded based upon contributions in high school activities, church, and community serviceIncoming freshmen15-Jan
Murray State UniversityC.S. Lowry Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman recommended by a high school counselor or principalIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityLillian Lowry Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be juniors transferring from an accredited community collegeTransfer students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityLyons Family ScholarshipRecipients must be junior or senior majors in education or nursing with at least a 3.0 GPA and financial needStudents with financial need, current studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMSU Black Alumni ScholarshipRecipients must be an entering African-American freshmanAfrican-American students, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityElisabeth T. Maxwell Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior female student with at least a 3.0 GPA who is a single parent and head of householdAdult/non-traditional students, female students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityEleanor P. McGregor ScholarshipRecipients must be non-traditional studentsAdult/non-traditional students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDan W. Miller Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be upperclassmen with financial needStudents with financial need115-Jan
Murray State UniversityIva S. Mills/O.B. Springer ScholarshipRecipients must be MSU studentsNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMarvin D. Mills ScholarshipRecipients must have a 21 ACT, a 3.0 GPA, and volunteer 5 hours a week; preference is given to minority residents of KentuckyAfrican-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American or other minority students, incoming freshmenIn-state tuition, fees, room, and meal planYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Marvin D. and Eunice J. Mills Multicultural Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be incoming freshmen who have demonstrated academic and leadership potential in high school, ranked in the top 25% of their class, and have at least a 21 ACT score.Transfer students, incoming freshmen15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMoore-Menendez ScholarshipRecipients must be junior or senior Spanish-speaking residents of Kentucky with at least a 2.75 GPAHispanic/Latino students, current students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMurray BPW: Celebrate Women ScholarshipRecipients must be female, non-traditional sophomore, junior, or senior students with at least a 3.0 GPAFemale students, adult/non-tradtional students, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityHugh L. Oakley ScholarshipRecipients must be an entering freshman majoring in a field related to technology, equine science, dietetics, or family and consumer studies.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJames Richard Oliver Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time students, residents of Kentucky, and have at least a 3.0 GPA and 23 ACT score.No specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Rhey Boyd Parsons Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be incoming freshmen ranked in the top third of high school graduating class and recommended by high school principal, counselor, or department chairIncoming freshmenYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJoe Dyer ScholarshipRecipients must be male incoming freshmen ranked in the top 50% of their high school graduating classMale students, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityPresson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be majoring in family and consumer sciences; health, physical education, and recreation; or military science/ROTCNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityFay and T. Sledd Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must have financial need.Students with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Harry M. Sparks Honorary ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman recommended by high school counselor or principalIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityRainey T. Wells Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman recommended by high school counselor or principalIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityLilburn L. "Jack" Wilcox and Modena Wilcox ScholarshipRecipients must have at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Ralph H. Woods Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be physically disadvantaged incoming freshmen from KentuckyStudents with disabilities, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMarvin O. Wrather Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman recommended by high school counselor or principalIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityGates F. Young Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be incoming freshmen from KentuckyIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityWhitney Young ScholarshipRecipients must be approved graduates of the Lincoln Foundation program in Louisville and meet requirements of Marvin D. Mills Scholarship or Blue and Gold Level Diversity ScholarshipsIncoming freshmen15-Jan
Murray State UniversityAccounting Department ScholarshipRecipients must be accounting majorsCurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDavid E. Alexander/Ernst & Young Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must be accounting majorsCurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityAllbritten-Linn Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time current students, major in accounting or mathematics, and have a recommendation from the departmentCurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityBaird, Kurtz & Dobson Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must be accounting majorsCurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityBusiness Administration and Business Education ScholarshipRecipients must be junior or senior majors in business administration or business education and have financial needStudents with financial need, current students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityGrady L. Cantrell Sigma Xi Science ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior pursuing a degree in an area of the sciences, with preference given to a minority studentAfrican-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority student, current students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityCSIS Department ScholarshipRecipients must be junior or senior majors in computer science or computer information systems with financial need.Students with financial need, current students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDan S. Duncan/Deloitte & Touche Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must be accounting majorsCurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityFaculty CSIS ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassman majoring in computer science or computer information systems with a major GPA of at least 3.0 and financial needStudents with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJohn Fetterman Minority Journalism ScholarshipRecipients must be minority students majoring in journalism, mass communication, or radio/TV.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American or other minority students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityA.W. Fields Family Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must be accounting majorsNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityEd Freeman Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior journalism major and be a reporter for The Murray State NewsCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityWilson and Virginia Gantt ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassmen with at least a 3.0 GPA majoring in computer science, engineering, history, mathematics, or organizational communications or telecommunications systems management.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityM.C. Garrott Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a senior with at least a 2.75 GPA majoring in advertising, public relations or print journalism.Current students1No15-Jan
Murray State UniversityFred M. Gingles Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a nontraditional student majoring in business with financial need.Adult/non-traditional students, students with financial need115-Jan
Murray State UniversityQuint T. Guier Writers ScholarshipRecipients must be upperclassmen majoring in English or hournalism with at least a 2.9 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMike and Janet Hamilton/Ernst & Young Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must major in accountingNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityHampton Inn and Suite Hotel Management and Internship ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior planning a career in hotel managementCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityThomas B. Hogancamp Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior majoring in business with at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityL.J. Hortin Honorary ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in journalismIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityL.J. Hortin Journalism ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassman majoring in journalism with at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityVenable M. Houts Jr./Ernst & Young Fund for Excellence in AccountingRecipients must major in accountingCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityAmbassador Marshall P. Jones Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must major in accountingCurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRuby C. Krider ScholarshipRecipients must be an active member of the speech teamNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMark A. Lassiter/Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must major in accountingCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityAnna F. Legate Business ScholarshipRecipient must be a junior or senior Kentucky resident with financial need and a 2.5 GPAStudents with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDonald J. Leitch Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in accountingCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityManagement ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior with a major in management.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJ. Melton and Elizabeth H. Marshall ScholarshipRecipients must be current students majoring in business with financial need.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityRobert P. McCann Computer Studies ScholarshipRecipients must be junior or senior computer information systems majors with at least a 2.5 GPACurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityM.C. and Hazel McCuiston ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman, a Kentucky resident, and a business majorIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Bob McGauhey Scholarship in Journalism and Mass CommunicationRecipients must have 60 hours completed and major in journalism or mass communicationCurrent studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityThomas I. Miller Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must be accounting majorsNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityWilliam Ray Mofield Honorary ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior majoring in a communications field with financial needStudents with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityOwens Food MArket Inc. ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in business.Incoming freshmen1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityFrances C. Richey Honorary ScholarshipRecipients must be international business majors with at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJoe Rigsby Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassmen specializing in advertising with at least a 2.75 GPA and financial aid.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityCindy Sawicki Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an organizational communication major with at least 60 hours completed and at least a 3.0 GPA.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityWilliam B. Seale Marketing ScholarshipRecipients must be senior marketing majors active in the Marketing Club with at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMichael W. Stallings ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior majoring in speech.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityNathan B. Stubblefield Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must have a major in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication with an emphasis in broadcast journalismNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJames "Jim" Thompson ScholarshipRecipients must be economics majors with at least a 3.0 GPA.Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJohn A. Thompson Fund for Excellence in AccountingRecipients must major in accountingNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJ. Albert and Alma Lee Tracy Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior majoring in speech with at least a 2.5 GPA and financial need.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJoe Pat and Robbie Trevathan Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must major in accounting or accounting and computer systems and have at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityU.S. Bank ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman business major who has demonstrated loyalty to school and communityIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityErnest R. Vaughn Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman art, English, journalism, or theatre major with at least a 2.0 GPAIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityHarry Lee Waterfield Governmental Studies ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassmen planning to pursue a career in state or local government with at least a 3.0 GPA115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBrian D. Welch Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be pursuing a career in print or electronic journalism, with preference given to sophomoresCurrent studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRobert T. West Family Foundation Scholarship in TSMRecipients must be majoring in TSM with a 2.5 GPATransfer students, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityWilliams Gas Pipeline Fund for Excellence in Accounting ScholarshipRecipients must major in accountingNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityWomen in Telecom ScholarshipRecipients must be a female TSM major and have a 2.5 GPA, with preference given to incoming freshmen.Female students, incoming freshmen1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRex Alexander Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in physical education and recreation with at least a 3.0 GPA, have financial need, and be a graduate of a Kentucky high school.No specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityLaura K. Anderson Memorial Scholarship in Elementary EducationRecipients must major in elementary education, have at least a 3.0 GPA, and demonstrate involvement in school and community activitiesNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityCharles H. "Jack" and June H. Biggart ScholarshipRecipients must be pursuing a degree leading to a career in industrial education or industrial technology.No specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityLawrence Buzzerio Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in health, physical education, and recreation and plan to pursue a career in athletic administrationNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJames B. Carlin ACEI Honorary ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassman with at least a 3.0 GPA majoring in early childhood educationStudents with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityAnn Dean Carr ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior with at least a 3.0 GPA majoring in early childhood educationCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBeulah Clinton Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in elementary education with at least a 3.0 GPA and financial needStudents with financial need, current studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Marilyn T. Condon ScholarshipRecipients must be a special education major and demonstrate academic abilityNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityCarlisle Cutchin Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in health, physical education, and recreation and demonstrating leadership, citizenship, and character.Students with financial need, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBillie Downing ScholarshipRecipients must be majoring in special educationNo specific demographic1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityNoma U. Dunn Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a sophomore, junior, or senior majoring in family and consumer sciences and with a GPA of at least 3.0Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityWilliam C. "Bill" Givan ScholarshipRecipients must be engineering, pre-med, or elementary education majors.No specific demographic1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityHattie and Harry "Pap" Glenn Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must major in elementary or secondary education with at least a 2.5 GPACurrent studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityBailey Gore Lions Club ScholarshipRecipients must be pursuing a degree in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and be a Kentucky Resident.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityIndustrial Education Club ScholarshipRecipients must be an industrial education major with at least a 3.0 GPA in the major and a 2.5 GPA overallCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Mazharal Islam ScholarshipAwarded to an elementary education major in the area of literacy, reading and language arts, or social studiesCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityPenny Kelly Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior pursuing a degree in one of the human services with at least a 2.75 GPA; special consideration is given to students with disabilities and/or financial needStudents with disabilities, students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJoe Pat and Frances Jane Knight Industrial Education ScholarshipRecipients must be industrial education major with financial needStudents with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityGeorge T. Lilly ScholarshipRecipients must be pursuing a degree in industrial education or industrial and engineering technology with at least a 2.75 GPA and demonstrated financial needTransfer students, students with financial need, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversitySalvatore M. and Frences D. Hamilton Matarazzo ScholarshipRecipients must be an education major with an emphasis in teaching or administration and have at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDianne B. O'Brien Dance ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman or returning nontraditional student with a minor in dance or major or minor in physical education and demonstrated financial needAdult/non-traditional students, students with financial need, incoming freshmen1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityLouise Hight OverbyRecipients must be a junior or senior elementary education major from a Kentucky high school with at least a 2.5 GPANo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDew Drop Rowlett ScholarshipRecipients must be a female junior or senior majoring in exercise science, recreation, leisure services or physical education with a 3.0 major GPA and 2.5 overall GPAFemale students, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMark Allen Russell ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior special education major with at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityAda Ryan Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a senior majoring in health, physical education, and recreationCurrent students1No15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRuby E. Simpson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a freshman or junior major in family and consumer studiesNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversitySmith-Johnson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in political science, education or health, physical eduaction, and recreation.No specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityRubie E. Smith ScholarshipRecipients must have completed 60 credit hours, have at least a 3.25 GPA, and be eligible for admisstion to the teacher training program.Current students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityManning Stewart Memorial ScholarshipMust be a native-born Kentuckian pursuing a program in the allied health sciences and/or special educationNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityEffie and Leonard Vaughn ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior, have at least 3.0 GPA, and be preparing for a career to help people who are deaf or hearing impaired.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJanice Farmer "Jan" Weaver Education ScholarshipRecipients must be pursuing certification or licensure in any area of teachingNo specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Doris K. West Memorial Education ScholarshipRecipients must major in elementary education and have financial needStudents with financial needYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityTruman Whitfield ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior pursuing a degree in the Department of Adolescent, Career, and Special Education and a career in middle school educationCurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityWilliam C. and Genevieve H. Adams ScholarshipRecipients must be a sophomore, junior, or senior with a major GPA of 3.0 and an overall GPA of 2.75Current studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityAnthropology ScholarshipRecipients must be an anthropology minor, have completed at least 9 hours of anthropology, and have at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityElizabeth Askew Armstrong Nursing ScholarshipRecipients must be a nursing major with financial need and a 2.75 GPAStudents with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBarbara and Hays Brooks ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassman majoring in mathematics, one of the physical sciences, medicine, medicinal research, or nursing, and have at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityL. Jack Dunman Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior majoring in occupational safety and health, be a resident of Kentucky, and have an overall 3.0 GPA with a 3.5 GPA in all English classesCurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRoy and Jeanne English Fund for Excellence ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassmen pursing a career in a health field.Current students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityAnna Ferreira and Agnes Davis Memorial Social Work ScholarshipRecipients must be a full-time junior or senior majoring in social work with at least a 2.75 GPA and financial needStudents with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityCarol Susan Ferreira Nursing ScholarshipRecipients must be a full-time junior or senior majoring in nursing with at least a 2.75 GPA and financial needStudents with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityFund for Excellence in Health Sciences and Human Services ScholarshipRecipients must be pursuing a health sciences and human services majorNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityEdward and Audrey Hendon Honorary ScholarshipRecipients must major in chemistry, engineering, physics, biology medical technology, nursing or geoscience and have at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityCindy Hill Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior nursing major with the recommendation the department chair or a faculty advisorCurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMaudie Mae Kennerly Memorial Nursing ScholarshipRecipients must be a nursing majorNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Alice Koenecke Nutrition/Dietetics ScholarshipRecipients must be a non-tradtional student majoring in nutrition, dietetics, and food management with financial need Adult/non-traditional students, students with financial need 1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. A.C. (Bob) and Irma G. LaFollete ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in communication disorders.Incoming freshmen1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDorothea J. Leitch Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be nursing majors with financial needStudents with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityConie Crittenden Lowry Pre-medical ScholarshipRecipients must be a sophomore, junior, or senior pre-med major with at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMercer-Jones ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior nursing major recommended by the nursing facultyCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMurray Women's Club/Delta Department Nursing ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior nursing major with a 2.75 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityCharlotte Tuscher Nelson ScholarshipRecipients must be a nontraditional student and a nursing majorAdult/non-traditional students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityNursing Alumni Association ScholarshipRecipients must major in nursing and be a junior or seniorCurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityNutrition, Dietetics, and Food Management Studies ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in nutrition, dietetics, and food management with at least a 22 ACTIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Dianne B. O'Brien Health ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman or non-traditional student majoring in health and physical education.Adult/non-traditional students, incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityOhio River Valley Safety Council ScholarshipRecipients must major in occupational safety and healthNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityPam and Havana Rutledge Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior majoring in social workCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityAnna "Tex" Todd Nursing ScholarshipRecipients must be a current student majoring in nursing with a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityChristina Tubbs Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a nontraditional nursing student with at least a 2.0 GPA and financial need.Adult/non-traditional students, students with financial need.1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityNadine Turner Honorary Nursing ScholarshipRecipients must be a senior nursing major and a Kentucky Resident with at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students1No15-Jan
Murray State UniversityNancy Williams Wahl ScholarshipRecipients must be a major in psychology with at least 45 completed credit hours and a 3.0 GPA; preference will be given to a female nontraditional studentAdult/nontraditional students, female students, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJames V. Wilson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in criminal justice.No specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityR.O. Wilson Sr. Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in agriculture or family and consumer sciencesNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityCaptain Robert A. and Julia Hicks Albritten ScholarshipRecipients must be pursuing a career in libraries or humanities and fine arts.No specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversitySharilyn D. Almquist Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be vocal music majors, with preference given to women or students with special needsStudents with disabilities, female students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRobert K. Baar Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a choral musician and music major, have completed 4 semesters, and have a 2.75 GPACurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityClifton J. Bradley Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior history major with at least a 3.0 GPA and a recommendation from the chair of the History DepartmentCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityFloyd V. Burt ScholarshipRecipients must major in musicNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityCampus Lights ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman or transfer student with a music major; based upon auditionTransfer students, incoming freshmenYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMaxine Clark Renewable Music ScholarshipRecipients must be junior or senior music majors with an emphasis in keyboard and at least a 3.0 GPA in majorCurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityErin Marie Conn ScholarshipRecipients must major in music education or music performance with at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJames A. Davis Freshman Music ScholarshipRecipients must be an entering freshman music major with at least a 2.75 GPAIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBill Douglas Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in psychology, a resident of Kentucky, and be ranked in the top 50% of their high school graduating classIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityFrank Ross Ellis Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassmen with at least a 3.0 GPA majoring in political science and planning to pursue a career in government service or lawCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityHolmes Ellis Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in agriculture or political science and be seeking a career in government with at least a 2.75 GPAStudents with financial needYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityEnglish Literature ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior majoring in English with an emphasis in English literature and at least a 3.5 GPA in English coursework and a 3.0 GPA overallCurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityEnglish Student Organization ScholarshipRecipients must be an English Student Organization member with a 2.5 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityRichard W. "Doc" Farrell ScholarshipRecipients must be a music majorNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Joseph N. and Daisy Hinkle Garton ScholarshipRecipients must be majoring in musicNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityOrton and Alice Eugenia Mackey Hamby Art ScholarshipRecipients must have a major in the Department of Art and provide a portfolio; preference is given to a photography majorNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMarjorie Hatton Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior majoring in art with a 2.5 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityAnn Herron Theatre Student ScholarshipRecipients must major in theatre or successor programNo specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMarie Holton Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a sophomore, junior, or senior art major with at least a 3.0 GPA in art and a 2.75 GPA overallCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityRichard M. and Jane H. Hutson Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must major in geosciences, archaeology, music, art, philosophy/religious studies, biology/chemistry or literature/languages.No specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRobert E. Johnson Memorial Theatre ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior theatre major with at least a 2.75 GPA in theatre courses and a 2.25 GPA overallCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJackie McCann Music ScholarshipRecipients must be a full-time student majoring in music and a stringed instrument player with at least a 2.75 GPA.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityReverend Henry McKenzie Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in music and have a 2.75 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMusic Department ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassman music major with at least a 3.0 GPA and participate in a music ensembleCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDennis Poplin Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in sociology and have at least a 2.5 GPA.Students with financial need115-Jan
Murray State UniversityRoger E. Reichmuth Music ScholarshipRecipients must major in music or music educationNo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Franklin E. Robinson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an English or philosophy major with at least a 2.5 GPA and demonstrated financial needStudents with financial need115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDavid Erl Sensing ScholarshipRecipients must major in English with at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityCharles E. "Chuck" Simons ScholarshipRecipients must major in percussion and have at least a 2.75 GPANo specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityErica Hilary Hope Small Memorial Art ScholarshipRecipients must be an art major with at least a 3.0 GPA in art and a 2.75 GPA overall; preference is given to a female student and a student with financial aidFemale students, students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMargaret Trevathan Creative Writing and Arts Education ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior with at least a 2.75 GPA and be pursuing a career in teaching fine arts or creative writingCurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityWalter E. Blackburn Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in chemistryIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityClarence D. Walker Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in music, be a bass singer, and have a 2.75 GPANo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMary Kay Wright-Williams Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be female political science majorsFemale students, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDeb and Edith Wylder Creative Writing ScholarshipRecipients must major in English with an emphasis in creative writingNo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityFrances Brown ScholarshipRecipients must be a sophomore, junior, or senior majoring in interior design with a 3.2 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityCertified Hazardous Materials Managers Renewable ScholarshipRecipients must be a major in environmental engineering technology with a 2.5 GPA in major.Current students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityChemistry Alumni ScholarshipRecipients must major in chemistry and have at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityChemistry Department ScholarshipRecipients must major in chemistry and have at least a 3.0 GPANo specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityHowell and Rebecca Clark ScholarshipRecipients must have earned 50 hours of credit, be majoring in chemistry, and have at least a 2.5 GPA and 3.0 GPA in chemisty courses.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityClark Conrad Environmental Sciences ScholarshipRecipients must be science majors with an interest in enviornmental science or ecological career and at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityPhilip Crawford, MD, Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in family and consumer studies, have 1 semester completed in family and consumer science at MSU, and have at least a 2.8 GPACurrent students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityFrank C. Davis ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman with a major in math or physical science and at least a 3.0 GPA.Incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityEngineering Partnership ScholarshipRecipients must have at least a 24 ACT math score and be pursuing a degree leading to a career in an engineering fieldNo specific demographicRoom15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRobert C. Etherton ScholarshipRecipients must major in a program offered by the Department of Physics and Engineering.No specific demographic15-Jan
Murray State UniversityAlice Sue Fairless ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassman with an interior design major and at least a 2.8 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJohn R. Farrell Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in manufacturing engineering technology or mechanical engineering technology and have at least a 3.0 GPA in major and a 2.5 cumulative GPA.Students with financial need, current students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMelvin and Rita Henley ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior chemistry major with at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJane M. Henry Scholarship in ScienceRecipients must be a junior or senior female majoring in biology, chemistry, or physics with demonstrated financial need and a 2.5 GPAFemale students, students with financial need, current students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Hugh L. Houston Memorial Pre-Medical ScholarshipRecipients must have completed freshman year, be preparing for a career in medicine, and have at least a 3.25 GPA.Current students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityIndustrial and Engineering Technology ScholarshipRecipients must be an industrial and engineering technology major and have at least a 2.5 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJesse D. and Deborah C. Jones Scholarship for the Advancement of Math and the SciencesRecipients must be a math or science major, with preference given to a junior or senior who has completed 60 hours.Current students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityCarl L. Keeslar Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a sophomore, junior, or senior majoring in drafting and design with at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityLinn-Albritten Math Alumni ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior math majorCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityRoy Winn Luckett/Thomas Gray Graphic Communications ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman committed to printing/graphic arts as a career.Incoming freshmen1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMathematics ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in mathematics.Incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMatthai-Panzera Geosciences ScholarshipRecipients must be an incoming freshman majoring in an area of geoscience.Incoming freshmen1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Panzera Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an entering freshman majoring in chemistryIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityPhysics and Engineering Leadership ScholarshipRecipients must be an undergraduate with a major in the Department of Physics and Engineering.No specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityPhysics and Engineering Support ScholarshipRecipients must be an undergraduate with a major in the Department of Physics and Engineering.No specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. W.J. and Martha Pitman Biology Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be biology or chemistry majors with at least a 2.75 GPACurrent studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. William Read Physics ScholarshipRecipients must be an undergraduate with a major in the Department of Physics and Engineering.No specific demographic1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityClyde Reed-Jim Smith Memorial Geosciences ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior pursuing a degree in geosciences with at least a 3.0 GPA in geosciences coursework and a 2.85 GPA overall.Current students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityCharles G. Smith Future Physicians ScholarshipRecipients must have attended MSU for at least 2 years, be pursuing a degree in pre-medicine, and have at least a 3.0 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityJim Smith Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclass geology major with at least a 3.0 GPA and a 2.75 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBill Taylor Physics ScholarshipRecipients must be a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior with a major in the Department of Physics and EngineeringCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityTelecommunications Systems Management ScholarshipRecipients must be a freshman pursuing a TSM degree with at least a 24 ACT score and at least a 3.0 GPAIncoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityA.B. Waters ScholarshipRecipients must major in mathematics or the physical sciences with a 3.0 GPA and financial need.Students with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityRoberta Whitnah ScholarshipRecipient must be the outstanding chemistry major of the freshman classCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDuke Wilder Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must major in biology.No specific demographicYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityJ.B. Wilson Pre-Pharmacy ScholarshipRecipients must have completed freshman year, major in pre-pharmacy, and have financial need.Students with financial need, current students15-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Alfred M. Wolfson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclass biology major with at least a 3.0 GPA.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityKyle Bates Memorial Agriculture ScholarshipRecipients must be an upperclassman majoring in agriculture with demonstrated financial need.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBillington-Shipley Agribusiness ScholarshipRecipients must be Kentucky high school graduates specializing in a field of agriculture leading to a career in agribusiness.No specific demographic1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityKen R. Bowman Fund for Excellence in Agriculture ScholarshipRecipients must be an agriculture major or member of a club, organization, or team officially recognized by the School of Agriculture.No specific demographic115-Jan
Murray State UniversityFrank R. Buhler and Gladys Edwards Buhler Agriculture ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior agriculture major with at least a 2.75 GPACurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBill and Gean Cherry ScholarshipRecipients must have at least a 2.0 GPA, with preference given to a student majoring in agriculture education or agricultural mechanizationCurrent students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityWilliam N. Cherry Rodeo Club ScholarshipRecipients must be a full-time student and member of the MSU rodeo program and club.Current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityFarm Credit Services of Mid America Renewable ScholarshipRecipients must have a 3.0 GPA and major in agribusiness economics, finance, accounting, or economics.Current studentsYes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityKenneth A. and Lula Gray Grogan Agriculture ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior agriculture major.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityEldon E. and Earldora Blanche Heathcott ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior pursuing an agriculture degree with at least a 2.5 GPA and who is currently undergoing the admission process to the teacher education program.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityDr. Lloyd P. and Fay Steen Jacks Honorary ScholarshipRecipients must major in agricultural education; preference is given to students who are physically or financially disadvantaged.Students with disabilities, students with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityOrval and Wanda Mahon Horticulture ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior horticulture major with at least 1 year of participation in the horticulture club and at least a 3.0 GPA.Students with financial need, current students115-Jan
Murray State UniversityMabel Garrett Pullen Freshmen Agriculture ScholarshipRecipients must pursue an agriculture-related career and have at least a 2.75 GPAIncoming freshmen1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMabel Garrett Pullen Upperclassmen Agriculture ScholarshipRecipients must pursue an agriculture-related career and have at least a 2.75 GPACurrent students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityThomas A. and Jennie L. Rottinghaus Memorial Scholarship in Animal Health TechnologyRecipients must be a junior or senior enrolled in animal health technology with financial need.Students with financial need, current students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversitySchool of Agriculture ScholarshipRecipients must pursue a degree in agriculture and have financial need.Student with financial need15-Jan
Murray State UniversityArlie and Maxine Scott ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior and major in agriculture with financial need.Students with financial need, current students1Yes15-Jan
Murray State UniversityMancil J. Vinson Honorary ScholarshipRecipients must be an entering freshman and graduate of a Kentucky high school planning to receive a bachelor's degree in agriculture.Incoming freshmen115-Jan
Murray State UniversityBetsy Ross Wilcox Rodeo ScholarshipRecipients must have at least a 2.0 GPA and submit a complete list of rodeo activities.No specific demographic15-Jan
Northern Kentucky UniversityAchiever's ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to NKU as a first-time freshman; must have ACT composite score of 23 or higher or SAT of 1050 or higher and must have maintained at least a 3.0 or higher GPA.Incoming freshmenVariesYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityArt, Music, Theatre ScholarshipRecipients must be an entering freshman; must be a music or theatre major; must show excellence in performance, potential, talent or aptitude in the arts as demonstrated by audition, interview or portfolio of work; must submit letters of reference from former and present instructorsIncoming freshmenVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityCINSAM ScholarshipRecipients must be first-time freshmen with an ACT score of 25 or higher or SAT of 1130 or higher who are a math or science major or continuing students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and a minimum GPA in their major of 3.0.Incoming freshmenVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityCommonwealth Excellence ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to NKU as a degree-seeking first-time freshman; must have an ACT score of 25 or higher or SAT of 1130 or higher and a high school GPA of 3.0 or higherIncoming freshmenVariesYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityEducational Diversity Tuition ScholarshipRecipients must be a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S., be an entering freshman with a GPA of 2.75 or higher, and have evidence of academic achievements or academic promise such as transcripts, references or ACT scores. Student must be able to demonstrate the ability to enhance the multicultural, socioeconomic, etc. atmosphere on campus.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, incoming freshmenFull tuitionYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityKentucky Governor's Scholars AwardRecipients must have participated in the Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program or the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts, must have an ACT composite score of 24 or higher or SAT of 1090 or higher and a 3.0 or higher GPA, and must be a degree-seeking studentIncoming freshmenFull tuitionYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityNKU Excellence ScholarshipRecipient must be first-time freshman with a high school grade-point average of 3.25 or higher and an ACT score of 26 or higher or SAT of 1170 or higher. Must be a full-time degree seeking studentIncoming freshmenVariesYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityNKU Informatics ScholarshipRecipients must be first-time freshmen with a high school grade-point average of 3.0 or higher and an ACT score of 26 or higher or SAT of 1170 or higher, must declare and maintain a major in the College of Informatics in the areas of Computer Science, Computer Information Technology, Business Informatics or Media Informatics, and must meet NKU's regular admissions requirements.Incoming freshmen$5,000 Yes
Northern Kentucky UniversityNorthern Kentucky University Distinguished ScholarshipRecipients must be first-time freshmen who have an ACT composite score of 32 or higher or SAT of 1400 or higher, 3.75 or higher GPA, demonstrated leadership ability and a concern for their community will be considered for this scholarshipIncoming freshmenFull tuition, room, and boardYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityPresidential ScholarshipAvailable to first-time freshmen who have an ACT composite score of 30 or higher or SAT of 1330 or higher, 3.75 or higher GPA.Incoming freshmenVariesYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityProject SOAR ScholarshipRecipients must be KY residents who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, have a mathematics ACT score of 23 or higher or SAT math score of 540 or higher, submit an additional letter from a teacher in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) discipline, and file the FAFSA form. Recipients must declare and maintain a major in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics or Statistics, Physics/Geology/Pre-Engineering and must meet NKU's regular admissions requirements.Incoming freshmenUp to $6,000Yes
Northern Kentucky UniversityArt, Music, Theatre Undergraduate ScholarshipRecipients must be undergraduate art, music or theatre majors; must demonstrate excellence in performance, potential, talent or aptitude in the arts as demonstrated by audition, interview or portfolio of work; and must submit letters of reference from former and present instructors.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityDean's ScholarshipRecipients must have completed 60 credit hours, of which 30 hours must have been completed at NKU, and must have a declared major with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50.Current studentsFull tuitionNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityKCTCS ScholarshipRecipients must be first-time NKU student transferring from a Kentucky Community Technical College, must be academically eligible to return to the institution previously attended and have earned a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA, and be a resident of Kentucky.Transfer students$2,500 Yes
Northern Kentucky UniversityNoyce Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be a U.S. citizen or, U.S. national, or permanent resident; must major in mathematics; must have the career goal to be a secondary mathematics teacher interested in teaching in a "high-need" school district; and must be finishing sophomore or junior year of college.Current studentsVariesYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityStudent Support Services Grant AidRecipients must be currently active Student Support Service (SSS) scholars. Priority is given to freshman and sophomores who earned 12 or more credit hours (including credits from developmental courses) while active in the SSS program. Applicants must complete the FAFSA for consideration. Applicants must receive a Pell grant for the current year and have Unmet Financial Need as determined by the Office of Financial Assisance. Applicants must have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better and have completed or be making progress in developmental coursework.Current students, students with financial needNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityStudent Support Services TRIO Achiever's ScholarshipRecipients must be currently active Student Support Services (SSS) scholars, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5, who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, leadership, the arts, or service. Priority is given to junior and senior scholars who have been actively engaged in SSS and serve as a role model for other SSS Scholars. Applicants must complete the FAFSA and submit a letter of recommendation for considerationCurrent students, students with financial needUp to $2,000 No
Northern Kentucky UniversityUndergraduate Academic Housing ScholarshipRecipients must be sophomore, junior or senior students with a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher. Consideration will be given to geographical location of applicant's permanent addressCurrent studentsHousing and meal planNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityAC Nielsen BASES Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be a full-time student majoring in marketing with a minimum GPA of 3.0.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityA.D. Albright Honors ScholarshipRecipients must be a sophomore or junior enrolled in the NKU Honors Program.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityNKU Alumni Family ScholarshipRecipients must be the child, grandchild, sibling or spouse of an NKU graduate; must be enrolled for a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester; must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; must demonstrate leadership in both NKU activities and community activities; must be a sophomore standing or above.Family of alumni, current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityAmerican Heritage ScholarshipRecipients must demonstrate good citizenship, knowledge of the democratic system and a commitment to community serviceNo specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityJunior & Betty Bacon Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Physical EducationRecipients must have a declared major in Physical Education and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityFrank and Ruth Ball Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be Kentucky residents majoring in elementary education, must be degree-seeking juniors or seniors at NKU, and must be enrolled full time.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityBlueStar ScholarshipRecipients must be an undergraduate or graduate student with a declared major or minor in Entrepreneurship. Undergraduate applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 in the program and Graduate applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 in the program.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityNancy Janes Boothe ScholarshipRecipients must have a commitment to service as well as a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityJim Borgman Art Education Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must have a declared major in Art Education and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityBurkardt Brothers ScholarshipRecipient must be a junior or senior majoring in mathematics, have earned 24 credit hours in the previous academic year, have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 and GPA of 3.0 in the mathematics major, and be a working student.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversitySpeaking of Women's Health/Gloria Byrd ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to NKU with a declared major in Nursing.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityArchie V. & Myrtle L. Carrell ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior management major with at least a 3.0 GPA and must show financial need.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityThe Robert H. Castellini Foundation II Honors Program Scholarship for Business MajorsRecipients must be accepted in the NKU Honors Program, have a declared pre-major in the College of Business, have completed HNR 101, have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours, and have at least a 3.50 cumulative GPA.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityChapter 88, Vietnam Veterans of America, LZ Bluegrass of Northern Kentucky AwardRecipients must be a United States military Vietnam Era veteran or spouse, child or grandchild of a living or deceased Vietnam Era veteran.Military veterans$500No
Northern Kentucky UniversityChellgren Family Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time degree-seeking students at NKU; must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityBarbara M. Collier Memorial Endowed ScholarshipRecipient must be a senior in the Department of English with a grade point average of at least 3.25 and graduation planned for the upcoming academic year. Priority will be given to applicants in the Secondary Education track, but others are not excluded.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityJoseph Conger Musical Theatre ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled at Northern Kentucky University, be a declared theatre major, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and must demonstrate excellence in theatre and dance performance.Current studentsVaries
Northern Kentucky UniversityAlbert and Louise Cooper Memorial ScholarshipRecipient must be a junior or senior chemistry major enrolled for at least 10 credit hours.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityCorbett Scholarship in Music and TheatreRecipients must be a declared major in music or theatre, be a junior or senior, have successfully completed two semesters of coursework at NKU, have and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and demonstrate a significant level of performance proficiency.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityKay Crist Scholarship in NursingRecipients must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, have a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or better, have no more than 6 hours of general studies to complete toward graduation, and be on track to complete program and graduate within three semesters.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityJane Dotson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a declared major in human services and be an undergraduate with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Students receiving tuition payment from institutional, state or federal sources are not eligible. Must display advocacy for human services.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityEva G. Farris Business ScholarshipRecipients must be either first-time freshmen with a major or pre-major in the College of Business and a minimum ACT score of 25 or equivalent SAT score or continuing students with a major or pre-major in the College of Business and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityFederated Department Stores Foundation Diversity Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be entering freshmen with a GPA of 2.0 or higher or a continuing student with a GPA of 2.75 or higher, be enrolled full time, and demonstrate financial need.Students with financial needVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityThe Federated Department Stores Honors Scholarship for Business MajorsRecipients must be admitted into the NKU Honors Program, have a major or pre-major in the College of Business, have a minimum GPA of 3.5, have completed at least three Honors Program courses, and have completed a minimum of 36 credit hours.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityFifth Third Bank/Lions Tip Off Tournament ScholarshiRecipients must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours; priority is given to visually impaired applicants.Students with disabilitiesVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityFriends of Fine Arts ScholarshipRecipient must be an art, music or theatre major.No specific demographicFull tuitionNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityKyle Gibson ScholarshipRecipients must be education majors enrolled in at least 12 credit hours.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityChristopher Gist Historical Society ScholarshipRecipients must be juniors or seniors with a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityRobert W. & Sue D. Goderwis Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be Kentucky residents majoring in one of the physical sciences or within the Department of Technology and must be a full-time student and have a minimum ACT score of 20 and GPA of 3.25.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityWilliam H. Greaves Undergraduate ScholarshipRecipients must be science, math, computer science, pre-engineering, electronic engineering technology or manufacturing engineering technology majors; freshmen must rank in the top 25% of their high school class and have an ACT composite score of 25 or higher; continuing students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher.No specific demographicVariesYes
Northern Kentucky UniversityThelma Louise Grein Endowed Scholarship for the Physically ChallengedRecipients must be admitted to NKU and registered with the Office of Disability Services and provide documentation of physical disability; must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.Students with disabilitesVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityThe Dorothy Westerman Herrmann Psychology ScholarshipRecipients must be declared psychology majors of junior standing with at least 30 hours completed at NKU with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMark R. Herrmann History ScholarshipRecipients must be a declared history major of junior standing with at least 30 hours being completed at NKU and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityThe Robert L. Herrmann Scholarship for Outstanding Academic AchievementRecipients must have a declared major/pre-major in the College of Business, be enrolled for a minimum of 12 semester hours in the semester of application, and have completed a minimum of 61 semester hours (junior standing).Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityHubbard Interactive ScholarshipRecipients must maintain a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, demonstrate financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and demonstrate community serviceStudents with financial needVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityJanet M. Johnson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be declared majors in special education with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Students receiving tuition payment from institutional, state or federal sources are not eligible. Must display advocacy for special education. Preference given to applicants who have experience working with children with special needs, a declared major in early childhood special education and/or indicate an interest in serving in an economically disadvantaged area. Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityJim Key Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be degree-seeking students with a declared major in music, participate in departmental ensembles, and meet academic standards as required by the university and music department.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityRobert Knauf Vocal Music ScholarshipRecipient must be a declared or intend to declare a major in vocal music with excellence in vocal music performances.No specific demographicFull tuitionYes
Northern Kentucky UniversitySutton Landry Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted as degree-seeking students at Northern Kentucky University with a declared major in the College of Business and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Preference will be given to students who have completed or are enrolled in entrepreneurship or small business development courses.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityLions Tip-Off ScholarshipRecipient must have a visual handicap and be involved with the NKU Disability Services. If there is no visually impaired student, other disabilities can be considered. Recipient must be full-time student enrolled at least 12 hours per semester unless in final semester before graduation and must be in good academic standing; preference will be given to Kentucky residents.Students with disabilitesVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityJunita Losey ScholarshipRecipients must be graduates of a Kentucky public high school and hold junior or senior standing with a major in education and at least a 2.8 GPACurrent studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMacy's Construction ScholarshipRecipients must be declared majors in Construction Management or Construction Technology and have a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.0.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMazak ScholarshipRecipients must have a major in the Department of Technology and a minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference will be given to students with a major in manufacturing.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMazak Business ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to Northern Kentucky University as a degree-seeking student with a declared major in the College of Business, have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher. and be enrolled full time.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityNicholas & Elizabeth Melnick Instructional Leadership ScholarshipRecipients must be a resident of Kentucky and be admitted to the education administration graduate program in the College of Education and Human Services; preference will be given to a minority student as defined by federal guidelines.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityEric D. Meyer Poetry ScholarshipRecipients must be a degree-seeking student enrolled in at least six credit hours, be in good academic standing, and submit a portfolio of at least 10 pages of original poetry selectionsNo specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMilacron Geier ScholarshipRecipients must have a declared major in manufacturing engineering technology and have a minimum GPA of 3.00 in major and 2.75 cumulativeCurrent studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMitrione ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled at NKU and be a student in the Electronic discipline; awarded based on performance in major area of study.Current studentVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityRobert W. Mullen ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to NKU with a declared major in the Department of Communication.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMusic Memorial FundRecipients must be a music major enrolled in at least 12 credit hours.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityNational City Music ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to Northern Kentucky University, be a declared music major, be studying with the Tom and Christine Neyer Professor of Music or other distinguished music faculty, maintain minimum GPA of 3.0, and demonstrate excellence in music performanceNo specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityGinny and Theresa Newberry ScholarshipRecipients must be single mothers who are Kentucky residents with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher; must demonstrate financial need.Adult/non-traditional students, students with financial need$100No
Northern Kentucky UniversityBrian J. Papke ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to Northern Kentucky University as a degree-seeking student with a declared major in the College of Business, have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher, and must be enrolled full time.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityElmer and Blanche Pieper Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must be registered with Northern Kentucky University's Office of Testing and Disability Services, be visually impaired, and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5.Students with disabilities, current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityA. Elisabeth Potts Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be majoring in elementary education with minimum GPA of 3.00.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityDr. George & Ellen Rieveschl Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must have a minimum ACT score of 29 and excel in both academics and extracurricular activities.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityVivian Ross Education ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time undergraduate students with a declared major in early elementary or middle grades education and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMichael C. Sanzere Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be geology majors with a minimum GPA of 3.00.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversitySara Lee ScholarshipRecipient must be a junior or senior enrolled in 12 or more credit hours per semester with a major in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Business Informatics, Communication Studies or Economics, maintain a minimum cumulative gpa of 3.0, and demonstrate need as determined by the FAFSA.Current students, students with financial needVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversitySchiff Family ScholarshipRecipients must be declared majors in the Department of Art with a 3.0 GPA in art department courses and a 2.5 GPA overall. Preference will be given to a student working in photography or computer-based imaging.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityCarlie Schulenberg Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be admitted to NKU as a degree-seeking student, work as a student employee in the intercollegiate athletics development office, and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; preference is given to Kentucky residents.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversitySehnert-Pugh ScholarshipRecipients must be a math sciences major enrolled in at least 12 credit hours.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversitySENCORP Honors Scholarship for Business MajorsRecipients must be admitted to the NKU Honors Program, have a minimum GPA of 3.5, have completed at least two Honors Program courses, have completed at least 24 credit hours, and have a major or pre-major in the College of Business.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversitySpiral Festival ScholarshipRecipients must be of at least sophomore standing, be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours, and possess a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversitySpirit of Entrepreneurship funded by The Castellini FoundationRecipients must be a full-time student with a major in entrepreneurship and must have a minimum GPA of 3.00; preference may be given to those having completed ENTP 300 and ENTP 333 courses.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityFrank and Virginia R. Stallings English ScholarshipRecipients must be a currently enrolled undergraduate English major who is a resident of Kentucky with a cumulative GPA of 2.85 or higher.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversitySheldon B. & Fern H. Storer Honors ScholarshipRecipients must be a full-time, degree-seeking student at NKU with a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher; student must participate in the NKU Honors Program.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityDr. Gregory Taliaferro Endowed ScholarshipRecipients must have a declared major in Psychology; Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; Must be registered with the Office of Disability Services at Northern Kentucky University; Preference shall be given to those applicants who have achieved senior standing.Students with disabilities, current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityRalph A. Tesseneer ScholarshipRecipients must be a junior or senior psychology major with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher.Current studentsFull tuitionNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityWestern Southern Life Nursing ScholarshipRecipients must be enrolled in eight or more hours in nursing courses; maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher; complete an application, including personal characteristics that contribute to nursing, past and current accomplishments, community involvement, personal goals for the future, and financial circumstances. Preference will be given to students demonstrating financial need.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMacel Wheeler ScholarshipRecipients must have a declared major in the Department of History & Geography.No specific demographicVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityWNKR Communication ScholarshipRecipients must have a declared major in the Department of Communication, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and have earned a minimum of 30 credit hours.Current studentsVariesNo
Northern Kentucky UniversityMichael Frances Zalla Memorial AwardRecipients must be admitted at NKU and have completed one course in the Honors Program.Current studentsVariesNo
Spalding UniversitySister Clara Francis Bamberger Scholarship in Education Fund ScholarshipAwarded annually to students majoring in education.No specific demographic
Spalding UniversitySister Mary Catherine and Sister Mary Christopher Baseheart ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Nursing major, with preference given to SCN students.Current students
Spalding UniversityJerry Beamer Weekend College ScholarshipAwarded annually to an Adult Accelerated Program student.Adult/non-traditional students, current students
Spalding UniversityBellsouth Minority Scholarship Endowment FundAwarded to full time incoming freshmen minority students who demonstrate financial need and have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. Candidates must also have an 18 or higher composite ACT or 860 or higher SAT score.Incoming freshmenYes
Spalding UniversityRichard & Eileen Bloechl ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityMarie R. Bohan ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Nursing major who meets admissions criteria.Incoming freshmen
Spalding UniversityOscar and Adeline Braun ScholarshipAwarded to students majoring in Nursing or a healthcare-related field. Students must show evidence of or potential for successful academic achievement, give evidence of sound character, and possess desirable personal qualities.No specific demographic
Spalding UniversityAnn Gordon Brigham ScholarshipAwarded annually to an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in social work.Current students
Spalding UniversitySr. Mary Ransom Burke ScholarshipAwarded to any undergraduate student with financial need. Special consideration will be given to students of minority ethnic backgrounds.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, students with financial need
Spalding UniversityMilton and Margie Casil and Charles E. Pousardien ScholarshipAwarded to an undergraduate student in any area of study. The student must be or have a family member that is a member of a Labor or Trade Union.No specific demographic
Spalding UniversityJames Chaney/Medgar Evers ScholarshipsAwarded to students of African-American descent.African-American students
Spalding UniversityCralle Scholars ScholarshipAwarded annually to a female student who is at least 27 years old and demonstrates need.Adult/non-traditional students, female students
Spalding UniversityDr. Nora Dean ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityDominican Community of St. Louis Bertrand ScholarshipAwarded to a student who demonstrates financial need and has made diligent efforts to obtain financial assistance from both governmental and private agencies but who, despite these efforts, will not receive financial assistance sufficient to cover his or her unmet financial needs. St. Louis Bertrand shall have the right to nominate a student whose family is one of its parishioners or benefactors for consideration as a possible recipient.Students with financial need
Spalding UniversityIFCA Ruth Donnelly Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to teachers from Kentucky Catholic schools to aid in the continuation of their education at Spalding University.Adult/non-traditional students
Spalding UniversityEllen Thomas Dunbar Memorial ScholarshipShall first be awarded annually to a Whitney Young scholar. If no Whitney Scholars apply, the scholarship will be awarded to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityEugene and Eileen Egan ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversitySister Joseph Beatrice Eyl ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Nursing student.Current students
Spalding UniversitySam and Esther Fishman Nursing ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Nursing major.Current students
Spalding UniversitySister Mary Ignatius Fox ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityViola Skees French Memorial ScholarshipAwarded annually to an incoming freshman majoring in environmental studies or nursing who will be taking a full-time course load. In the absence of qualified students in these majors, another major will be considered.Incoming freshmen
Spalding UniversityDoris B. Galloway Endowed ScholarshipAwardees must be undergraduates who demonstrate need and have a 3.0 GPA.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityAlma Lee Gaynor-Haragan Family ScholarshipAwarded annually to a non-traditional student with need, preferably a liberal studies major.Adult/non-traditional students, students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversitySister Laurita Gibson ScholarshipAwarded annually to a minority student who meets the admissions criteria and who demonstrates a need for some level of financial assistance.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, students with financial need
Spalding UniversityCatherine Goodfriend ScholarshipAwarded annually to a student that demonstrates financial need.Students with financial need
Spalding UniversityLarry Hamfeldt ScholarshipAwarded to a junior or senior in Spalding’s College of Health and Natural Sciences Pre-med program and who is a graduate of Jefferson County Public Schools and a U.S. citizen. Special consideration is given to students with an interest in Pediatric or Cardiology residency programs.Current students
Spalding UniversityWood & Marie Hannah Foundation ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityHenry V. Heuser, Jr. Endowed Scholarship in NursingAwarded to undergraduate or graduate nursing majors who demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityMary Louise Rueff Hubbuch ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityJewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Healthcare Endowed Scholarship FundApplicants can be either an undergraduate or a graduate majoring in Nursing/Allied Health and demonstrate financial need. Preference is given, but not limited, to a student who is also a Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s team member.Students with financial need, current studentsYes
Spalding UniversityJ. E. Jinks ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding Social Work student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityWilliam L. Kean ScholarshipAwarded annually to an African-American student who maintains at least a 2.5 GPA, resides in Louisville, and demonstrates financial need.African-American students, students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityArchbishop Thomas C. Kelly Scholarship FundAwarded annually to undergraduate or graduate full-time students in good standing who have demonstrated financial need.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityKoo Social Work ScholarshipAwarded annually to either an undergraduate or graduate Social Work student who demonstrates financial need.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityGretchen Koo ScholarshipAwarded annually to a student majoring in Natural Science or Liberal Studies.Current students
Spalding UniversityChon Buk Sanup University (Korea) ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityMaker’s Mark ScholarshipAwarded to an incoming freshman who demonstrates financial need and who is taking a full-time course load. The recipient must have a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and a 20+ on the ACT or 930+ on the SAT.Students with financial need, incoming freshmen
Spalding UniversityElizabeth Isaac Marcil ScholarshipAwarded annually to a student(s) majoring in Nursing with a 2.5 grade point average and financial need.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityThe Master of Fine Arts and Writing Alumni Endowed Scholarship FundAwarded to a student that is enrolled full-time in the MFAW program and demonstrates need.Students with financial need
Spalding UniversityPatricia Whyte Masters ScholarshipAwarded annually to an undergraduate student in the School of Education. Students must exhibit academic strength and demonstrate some need for financial assistance.Current students
Spalding UniversityMcClure Family ScholarshipAwarded annually to either an undergraduate or graduate who demonstrates financial need and is enrolled full-time.Students with financial need, current studentsYes
Spalding UniversityDr. Margaret A. McCullough Scholarship FundRecipients can be either graduate, undergraduate, or AAP enrolled full-time to any degree granting program of study. Student must demonstrate financial need.Students with financial needYes
Spalding UniversityMemorial ScholarshipsAwarded annually to a Spalding student(s) in good standingCurrent students
Spalding UniversityLillian C. Milanof ScholarshipAwarded annually to a graduate student in social work “whose interests reflect a desire to work with a diversity of family forms and who plans to pursue a career in social work.”Current students
Spalding UniversitySister Frances Mills ScholarshipAwarded annually to a student who shows financial need.Students with financial need
Spalding UniversitySister Margaret Naber ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityMary Niescier ScholarshipAwarded to either an undergraduate or graduate Education Major doing their student teaching. Recipient must be registered full-time, have a minimum GPA of 2.75, and demonstrate need.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityNorton Healthcare Foundation Leadership in Nursing ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversitySusan D. O’Bryan ScholarshipAwarded to any deserving student. Relatives of the Durbin or O’Bryan family or a member of St. Theresa Church in Rhodelia can nominate a candidate.Current students
Spalding UniversityBoard of Overseers Leadership in Nursing SF ScholarshipAwarded to a Nursing major.Current students
Spalding UniversityPathways to Success ScholarshipAwarded to students in financial need.Students with financial need
Spalding UniversityDr. Marjorie M. Perrin Endowed Scholarship in NursingAwarded to either an undergraduate or graduate nursing student with a 3.0 GPA and demonstrated need.Students with financial need, current studentsYes
Spalding UniversityDorothy Painter Prentice Needful Student Aid FundAwarded annually to a student who shows financial need.Students with financial need
Spalding UniversitySister Agnes Lucile Raley and Sister Marita Reide ScholarshipAwarded annually to a psychology major as determined by the University’s Scholarship Committee.Current students
Spalding UniversityJoseph M. and Elizabeth V. Reilly ScholarshipAawarded annually to a Spalding nursing student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityJohn and Patricia Rooney Endowed ScholarshipAwarded to either an undergraduate or graduate student whose major is education or natural science, with preference given to adult students over the age of 23.The student must also show financial needAdult/non-traditional students, students with financial need, current studentsYes
Spalding UniversitySCN Scholarship FundAwarded annually to an indigent student. Recipients are chosen by the University’s Scholarship Committee.Current students
Spalding UniversitySmith/Smith Endowed ScholarshipAwarded to Creative Writing undergraduate or graduate majors who demonstrate need. Preference shall be given to, but not limited to, residents of Kentucky.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversitySpalding Family ScholarshipsAwarded annually to a student who shows financial need.Students with financial need
Spalding UniversitySpalding Society ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing.Current students
Spalding UniversityEileen Spinelli Writing for Children ScholarshipAwarded to MFAW students who specialize in the writing for children and demonstrate need.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityCornelia McHenry Thomas Scholarship FundAwarded yearly to either an undergraduate or graduate enrolled full-time. Recipients must show financial need and can be enrolled in any degree granting program.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityMargaret L. Thomas ScholarshipAwarded annually to any Spalding student. The recipient will be chosen by the University’s Scholarship Committee.Current students
Spalding UniversityHildegard Thompson ScholarshipAwarded annually to a graduate student or older undergraduate student.Current students
Spalding UniversityJohn D. Walker, Sr. ScholarshipAwarded to a female junior or senior nursing student who has maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA and who is a single head-of-household (widowed or divorced).Adult/non-traditional students, female students, current students
Spalding UniversityNancy Ann Ewing Wason ScholarshipAwarded annually to an undergraduate nursing student with a 3.0 minimum GPA, who agrees to work in Louisville or Southern Indiana for two years.Current students
Spalding UniversityRoy Edward Webster, III Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to either undergraduate or graduate students with need. Particular consideration is given to students with an expressed interest in Education as a program of study, especially a student with a demonstrated interest in physical fitness or physical education.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityGarnett West Nursing Scholarship FundAwarded to one female nursing student (sophomore, junior or senior) with a 3.0 who demonstrates financial need. Recipient must possess values of charity, service and leadership.Students with financial need, female students, current studentsYes
Spalding UniversityThomas Spalding Williams ScholarshipAwarded annually to a Spalding student in good standing and who has demonstrated need.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversitySister Mary Canisius Wilson ScholarshipAwarded annually to full-time undergraduate student in the School of Liberal Studies with demonstrated need, preferably with a minimum GPA of 2.5.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityAugusta Wheeler Wood Scholarship EndowmentAwarded annually to an undergraduate student who meets the admissions criteria and who demonstrates a need for some level of financial assistance. The recipient shall be chosen by the University’s Scholarship Committee.Students with financial need, current students
Spalding UniversityMary Masterson Young Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to undergraduate or graduate full-time students who demonstrate need.Students with financial need, current students
Sullivan UniversityPresidential FellowshipAwarded to students who have at least a 24 ACT/1743 SAT scores or a 30 on the APA and a 3.4 Grade Point Average (GPA). Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application, test scores, official high school transcript, a letter of recommendation and an essay on, “Why and how I chose my career specialization.” Incoming freshmen$10,000 12NoFirst Friday in March of student's senior year of high school
Sullivan UniversityDean ScholarshipAwarded to students who have at least a 22 ACT/1635 SAT score or a 26 on the APA and a 3.2 GPA. Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application, test scores, official high school transcript, a letter of recommendation and an essay on, “Why and how I chose my career specialization.” Incoming freshmen$7,000 15NoFirst Friday in March of student's senior year of high school
Sullivan UniversitySenior Academic ScholarshipAwarded to students of high academic standing who must submit a scholarship application, test scores, official high school transcript and an essay on, “Why and how I chose my career specialization,” to be considered for this scholarship. There are no minimum GPA or test score requirements in order to be eligible for this scholarship. Incoming freshmen$3,000 18NoFirst Friday in March of student's senior year of high school
Sullivan UniversityEagle Scout AwardTo be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must have attained the recognition of Boy Scout Eagle Scout and have met the following criteria: a 3.0 GPA or higher at the high school level, as well as a score of 17 on the ACT, 1365 SAT or a 16 or higher on the APAIncoming freshmenUp to $4,000NoFirst Friday in March of student's senior year of high school
Sullivan UniversityGold AwardTo be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must have attained the recognition of Girl Scout Gold Award and have met the following criteria: a 3.0 GPA or higher at the high school level, as well as a score of 17 on the ACT, 1365 SAT or a 16 or higher on the APAIncoming freshmenUp to $4,000NoFirst Friday in March of student's senior year of high school
Sullivan UniversityTeacher Recommendation ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded to high school students who receive a letter of recommendation on a school letterhead from a teacher, counselor or advisor of a club (example: FBLA, FCCLA, DECA, etc.) who can speak highly of the applicant and his or her desire to be successful in his or her chosen program. Applicants must also submit a 150-word essay on, “The importance of my major in today’s workforce.”Incoming freshmen$1,000 UnlimitedNoSecond Friday in June
Sullivan UniversityJob Corp ScholarshipStudents who have participated in a Job Corp program may be eligible for a scholarship from Sullivan University. To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must be a graduate of the Job Corp program and apply to Sullivan University within in one year of completing the program. Applicants must also be accepted to Sullivan University under the regular admissions guidelines.Incoming freshmenUp to $1,800No
Sullivan UniversityUltimate Teen Recipe Throw Down Competition ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to high school students to be used toward tuition at Sullivan University. Applicants will create a recipe using a specific ingredient chosen by Sullivan. Applicants must submit the recipe with a full list of ingredients and preparation instructions, along with a final presentation picture of the product.Incoming freshmenAt least $3,00010No
Sullivan UniversityGovernor's Scholar ScholarshipsTo be eligible, applicants must be a current Kentucky resident, have completed the ACT or SAT test, have a cumulative 3.5 GPA in high school, have met all requirements of the Governor’s Scholar program and submit documentation to verify, and have a minimum of 21 on the ACT, 1365 on the SAT, or a 24 on the APA.Incoming freshmenUp to $750 a quarter for 12 quartersYes
Sullivan UniversityKen Byrd ScholarshipApplicants will need a minimum 3.0 high school GPA to qualify for this scholarship. An official transcript needs to be submitted with the application. Applicants must submit a 300-word easy on the topic of, “Who has been a mentor in your life, and how has he or she positively impacted you in achieving your dreams?” as well as test scores with the application. Applicants will need at least a 17 on the ACT, 16 on the APA or a 1365 on the SAT in order to be eligible for the scholarship. Incoming freshmen$1,000 1No12-Apr
Sullivan UniversityEmil P. "Nix" Graas Accounting ScholarshipThis scholarship is awarded quarterly in the amount of $250 to one junior year baccalaureate level accounting option studentCurrent students$2501No
Sullivan UniversityB.J. Luker Accounting ScholarshipA student must be an accounting major, have completed the first year of study, and maintain continuous full-time enrollment at Sullivan University and satisfactory academic progress to qualify for this scholarshipCurrent studentsFull tuition for one quarter4No
Sullivan UniversityCareers through Culinary Arts (C-Cap) ScholarshipsScholarships are awarded based on the individual's high school diploma with a minimum of 2.5 grade point average, letters of recommendation and by meeting Sullivan University admission requirements. Students must compete in culinary competitions held in various cities throughout the United StatesIncoming freshmen$16,000+215-Jun
Sullivan UniversityNational Restaurant Association ScholarshipsApplicant must be enrolled as a full-time student pursuing an Associate or Bachelor's degree in a food service, hospitality management or culinary program. The applicant must be entering either the junior or senior year of college or the sophomore year in an associate degree program. In addition, the applicant must have been employed in the food service/hospitality industry during the summer preceding the award.Current students1-Mar
Sullivan UniversityKentucky Restaurant Association ScholarshipsApplicants must be a high school graduate accepted in a program leading to an Associate or Bachelor's degree in the food service industry; or a student already enrolled in a food service program who wishes to continue his/her education toward an Associate or Bachelor's degree in the food service field.Current studentsJanuary 1 and July 1
Sullivan UniversityIACP Foundation ScholarshipsApplicants must submit an application along with the proper documents by March 15 of the given year, to include employment history, financial statement, high school transcript and letters of recommendation.No specific demographic$7,000 415-Mar
Sullivan UniversityDr. Joe Capadonna ScholarshipAwarded to the student scoring highest on the General Assessment test.No specific demographic$5001No
Transylvania UniversityWilliam T. Young ScholarshipEligibility based on application materials, ACT or SAT (CR+M) score, and GPA.Incoming freshmenFull tuition and feesYes1-Dec
Transylvania UniversityKenan ScholarshipEligibility based on application materials, ACT or SAT (CR+M) score, and GPA.Incoming freshmen$15,000-$19,000Yes1-Dec
Transylvania UniversityTrustee ScholarshipEligibility based on application materials, ACT or SAT (CR+M) score, and GPA.Incoming freshmen$15,000-$19,000Yes1-Dec
Transylvania UniversityPresident's ScholarshipEligibility based on application materials, ACT or SAT (CR+M) score, and GPA.Incoming freshmen$14,000 Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityMorrison ScholarshipEligibility based on application materials, ACT or SAT (CR+M) score, and GPA.Incoming freshmen$12,000 Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityPioneer ScholarshipEligibility based on application materials, ACT or SAT (CR+M) score, and GPA.Incoming freshmen$10,000 Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityFounder's ScholarshipEligibility based on application materials, ACT or SAT (CR+M) score, and GPA.Incoming freshmen$9,000 Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityTransfer ScholarshipsRecipients must have a GPA above 3.0.Transfer students$7,500-$12,000Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityGovernor’s School for the Arts ScholarshipAwarded to participants in Kentucky's Governor's School for the Arts.Incoming freshmen$10,000 Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityMusic ScholarshipAwarded based on students’ talents, academics, and musicianship.No specfic demographic$2,500-$5,000Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityTheater ScholarshipsOpen to acting and stage production students. They require participation in one major production per year.No specfic demographicUp to $5,000Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityArt and Art History ScholarshipsAll incoming students interested in majoring or minoring in studio art or art history can apply.Incoming freshmenUp to $5,000Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityCane Ridge ScholarshipsAwarded to Christian Church (DOC) entering students who have demonstrated exceptional national leadership in the church and who are exploring a church vocation.Incoming freshmenUp to $5,0004Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityGuy & Nell Waldrop Disciples Leadership ScholarshipAwarded to Christian Church (DOC) entering students who have demonstrated exceptional regional leadership in the church.Incoming freshmenUp to $3,0005Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityDisciples Chalice GrantsAwarded to Christian Church (DOC) entering students who are recommended by their minister and who demonstrate financial need according to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).Students with financial need,incoming freshmen$1,000 1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityMinister’s Dependent GrantsAvailable to dependents of ministers or missionaries who earn their primary salary in Christian Church (DOC) or United Church of Christ ministries or vocations. Students must also demonstrate financial need according to the FAFSA.Students with financial needUp to $2,0001-Feb
Transylvania UniversityTrailblazers ScholarshipThese scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic success and intellectual engagement, leadership, and service experiences, as well as contributions to racial and ethnic diversity.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority studentsUp to $10,000Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityNational Merit FinalistsAwarded to National Merit Finalists who list Transylvania as their first-choice school with the National Merit Corporation.Incoming freshmen$5,000 Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityGovernor's Scholars ScholarshipAwarded to participants in the Governor's Scholars Program.Incoming freshmen$7,500 Yes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityROTC ScholarshipsRecipients must enroll in Army ROTC courses, which are taught in partnership with the University of Kentucky on its campus. Upon graduation, recipients receive a commission as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army.No specfic demographicUp to $18,000 in tuition and fees, a textbook allowance, and a monthly stipendYes1-Feb
Transylvania UniversityTransylvania ScholarshipsAwarded to junior and/or senior students who have achieved outstanding academic records and made significant contributions to the university.Current studentsFull tuition and general fee6
University of KentuckyFlagship ScholarshipIncoming freshmen whose highest ACT score is 26-27 or SAT (Math + Reading) is 1170-1240, and achieve a 3.30 unweighted high school GPA on a 4.0 scale, will automatically be offered a Flagship Scholarship.Incoming freshmen$1,500 UnlimitedNo1-Mar
University of KentuckyProvost ScholarshipIncoming freshmen whose minimum ACT score is 28 or SAT (Math + Reading) is 1250, and achieve a 3.30 unweighted high school GPA on a 4.0 scale, will automatically be offered a Provost Scholarship.Incoming freshmen$1,500 UnlimitedYes1-Mar
University of KentuckyOtis A. Singletary ScholarshipApplicants must have a minimum test score of 31 ACT or 1360 SAT (Math + Reading) and minimum unweighted GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.Incoming freshmenTuition, basic room and board allowance, a yearly stipend of $1,500, an iPad®, and $2,000 for a Summer Education Abroad program.Yes15-Jan
University of KentuckyPresidential ScholarshipApplicants must have a minimum test score of 31 ACT or 1360 SAT (Math + Reading) and minimum unweighted GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.Incoming freshmenFull tuitionYes15-Jan
University of KentuckyCommonwealth AwardsApplicants must have a minimum test score of 31 ACT or 1360 SAT (Math + Reading) and minimum unweighted GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.Incoming freshmen$2,500 Yes15-Jan
University of KentuckyPatterson ScholarshipNational Merit® or Achievement® Finalists who designate UK as their college choice with the National Merit Scholarship Corporation by mid-April will be awarded the Patterson Scholarship.Incoming freshmenFull tuition, basic room and board allowance, $1,000 yearly stipend, an iPad®, and $2,000 for a Summer Education Abroad program. Yes
University of KentuckyWilliam C. Parker Diversity Scholarship ProgramApplicants must be planning to enroll on the Lexington campus as first-time freshmen in the fall semester of 2013. Incoming freshmen applicants must have a minimum unweighted cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a 4.00 scale and submit the William C. Parker Scholarship application with a 500-word essay on the topic: How I will contribute to diversity at the University of Kentucky.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, incoming freshmen$5,000-$15,000Yes15-Jan
University of KentuckyKentucky Governor's Scholars/School for the Arts Presidential ScholarshipStudents who have completed the Governor's Scholars Program and/or the Governor's School for the Arts applying with a minimum 28 ACT or 1250 SAT (Math + Reading) and a 3.30 unweighted high school GPA will receive a Presidential Scholarship.Incoming freshmenFull tuition and feesYes1-Mar
University of KentuckyKentucky Governor's Scholars/School for the Arts Provost ScholarshipStudents who complete the Kentucky Governor's Scholars and/or Governor's School for the Arts summer programs.Incoming freshmen$1,500 Yes1-Mar
University of KentuckyT.W. Lewis Scholarship ProgramScholarship recipients will be selected on a competitive basis using a combination of criteria: Academic Performance - Class rank, GPA, SAT or ACT scores, and course difficulty; Leadership Potential - Extracurricular activities, athletic involvement, and/or community service; Financial Need - Successful candidates must demonstrate an unfulfilled financial need whereby this scholarship would create an opportunity that was otherwise not available. Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$2,500 Yes15-Feb
University of KentuckyRichard 'Van' Florence Committee of 101 ScholarshipRecipients must have earned a 2.5 or greater GPA and demonstrated a commitment to excellence and community service. While all students are encouraged to apply, preference is given to students who are not past recipients of this scholarship.Current students$1,000 No15-Feb
University of KentuckyAcademic Excellence Scholarship ProgramThe Academic Excellence Scholarship Program for currently enrolled UK students is open to all currently enrolled, full-time UK undergraduate students on the main campus with a 3.50 or greater cumulative grade point average by the end of the spring 2013 semester and who have completed at least 12 semester hours at UK.  Current students$1,500 No15-Apr
University of KentuckyWilliam C. Parker Scholarship for Continuing StudentsAwarded to students with full-time enrollment on the University of Kentucky Lexington Campus and a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 or better.Current students$2,500 No15-Apr
University of KentuckyTrustees' Scholarship Program for Transfer StudentsTransfer students currently enrolled full-time at an accredited institution who will be transferring to the UK main campus for the fall 2013 semester may apply for academic scholarships. To be eligible, applicants must have completed a minimum of 24 semester hours and be enrolled full-time at an accredited institution for the spring 2013 semester. Applicants must also have a minimum 3.30 cumulative GPA. Transfer students$1,500-$4,00015-Jun
University of KentuckyWilliam C. Parker Transfer ScholarshipAwarded to students with full-time enrollment on the University of Kentucky Lexington Campus and a cumulative UK grade point average of 2.50 or better.Transfer students$2,500 No15-Jun
University of KentuckyAcademic Excellence ScholarshipTo be eligible, applicants must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours and have a 3.25 cumulative GPA or higher at UK. Applicants must enroll in at least 6 credit hours, but no more than 11 credit hours during the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters.Current students$1,000 No30-Aug
University of KentuckyLevis D. McCullers Undergraduate ScholarshipApplicants must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours and have a 3.00 cumulative GPA or higher at UK. Applicants must be pursuing their first undergraduate degree as a full-time or part-time student.Current students$400No28-Jun
University of KentuckySuburban Women's Club ScholarshipApplicants must be residents of Kentucky who have completed between 60 and 90 credit hours of course work and have a 3.00 cumulative GPA or higher at UK. Applicants must be currently enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student. Preference is given to women.Female students, current students$1,000 Yes15-Jul
University of KentuckyUK Women's Club ScholarshipTo be eligible, applicants must be residents of Kentucky who have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours and have a 3.00 cumulative GPA or higher at UK. Applicants must be currently enrolled full-time or part-time in an undergraduate degree program at UK. Preference is given to women. Female students, current studentsFull tuition at resident rate11-Apr
University of KentuckyAcademic Excellence Scholarship for Part-Time StudentsApplicants must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours and have a 3.25 cumulative GPA or higher at UK. Applicants must enroll in at least 6 credit hours, but no more than 11 credit hours during the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters.Current students$1,000 No30-Aug
University of KentuckyCollege of Agriculture First-Year ScholarshipScholarships for first-year students are awarded on the basis of the student's high school grade point average, ACT or SAT scores, writing ability and leadership potential.Incoming freshmen$500-$5,000No15-Jan
University of KentuckyCollege of Agriculture Upperclass and Transfer Student ScholarshipsUpperclass and transfer scholarships are awarded on the basis of the student's overall grade point average, writing ability and leadership potential.Transfer students, current students$500-$5,000No1-Apr
University of KentuckyA&S Academic Excellence ScholarshipRecipients must have an ACT score of 26 or higher (1190 SAT) and a 3.6 unweighted GPA or higher.Incoming freshmenNo
University of KentuckyAdvancing Science for Kentuckians Scholarship Fund (ASK)Awarded to sophomore, junior, or senior Kentucky residents, preferably majors in Geology, followed by Physics or Chemistry, who must demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need, current studentsYes
University of KentuckySusan M. Belmore Memorial ScholarshipAn award given each year to an outstanding undergraduate in the College of Arts & Sciences. Applicants should have a current cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher and have completed at least 30 credit hours of college work by the end of semester of application.Current students$2,000 No
University of KentuckyAnna Beth Burnett ScholarshipAwarded to a Kentucky resident with at least a 3.0 GPA who has overcome life's obstacles.Current studentsNo
University of KentuckyThe Cleveland FundAwarded to an applicant with a current cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher and with at least 90 completed credit hours of college work by the end of the semester of application.Current students$1,500
University of KentuckyScott, Sue Ann and Foster Family Scholarship FundAwarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior with a 3.0 GPA and who demonstrates extracurricular involvement in University-sponsored activities.Current students
University of KentuckyAndrew Jackson Gardner Scholarship FundAvailable to both incoming freshmen and currently enrolled undergraduates. The Gardner Scholarship is awarded to a full-time undergraduate student in Arts & Sciences who demonstrates the "potential for academic excellence." Currently enrolled students should have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5.No specific demographics$1,500 Yes
University of KentuckyRobert P. & Carla H. Hay Scholarship FundAwarded to residents of Kentucky or Tennessee with a 3.0 GPA who demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need, current studentsYes
University of KentuckyBush-Holbrook Undergraduate Scholarship in the College of Arts and SciencesAwarded to students who demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need
University of KentuckyJ. Wesley Johnson Scholarship Endowment Fund in Arts and SciencesAwarded to a Kentucky resident with a major in the sciences.No specific demographics
University of KentuckyJones Family ScholarshipAwarded to a student demonstrating financial need.Students with financial need
University of KentuckyDavid and Lauri Perry Scholarship FundFor incoming first-year students enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences with a high school GPA of 3.5 or better, demonstrated extracurricular activities, and potential further academic success.Incoming freshmen$750Yes
University of KentuckyDavid A. and Michelle Schwarte Scholarship in Political ScienceAwarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior political science major with at least a 3.5 GPA who must be enrolled in at least 3 hours of UK writing courses.Current studentsYes
University of KentuckyHajja Razia Sharif Sheikh Islamic Studies Endowed ScholarshipAwarded to an undergraduate or graduate student with at least a 3.0 GPA pursuing a course of study in Islamic Studies.Current studentsNo
University of KentuckyThomas E. Shown, MD, ScholarshipAwarded to a freshman 20 years of age or older who has at least a 2.75 GPA, is a "Second Start" student, and works at least 20 hours a week off campus.Adult/non-traditional students
University of KentuckyThomas M. and Jeri A. Tippett Scholarship in Arts and SciencesAwarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior taking a minimum of 3 hours of business courses per semester.Current studentsYes
University of KentuckyMadie Lee Walker ScholarshipAn award given to an outstanding undergraduate in the College of Arts & Sciences. Applicants should have a current cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher and have completed at least 30 credit hours of college work by the end of semester of application.Current students$2,000 No
University of KentuckyHenry Ward Endowed ScholarshipAwarded to a Kentucky high school graduate demonstrating financial need.Students with financial need, incoming freshmenYes
University of KentuckyMimi Ward Undergraduate Research AwardAwarded to a student with at least a 2.75 GPA who has received two or fewer other academic scholarships; recipient must participate in academic research.Current studentsNo
University of KentuckyMyrtle M. and Orvan R. Whitlow Scholarship FundAwarded to incoming first-year students enrolled in Arts & Sciences. Applicants must have a high school GPA of 3.5 or better, score 30 or better on the ACT, be a native Kentuckian, and demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$2,500 Yes
University of KentuckyAcademic Scholarship Application for First-Time Freshmen (Dean's Scholarships)The A & S Dean's Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program for students with a minimum test score of 26 ACT or 1190 SAT (Math + Reading) and minimum unweighted GPA of 3.6 on a 4.0 scale.Incoming freshmen$1,000 No
University of KentuckyWilbur L. Price Memorial ScholarshipAwarded to incoming freshman who are residents of Kentucky, intend to major in chemistry, and demonstrate both financial need and the potential for academic excellence.Students with financial need, incoming freshmenFull tuition for two semestersVariesNo
University of KentuckyDr. Hume and Ellen Towle Bedford ScholarshipAvailable for a junior or senior Chemistry major who is an active member of the UK Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society. A cumulative GPA of at least 2.5, demonstrated potential for academic success, and significant financial need are required. The recipient must be a U.S. citizen and resident of Kentucky and must not be receiving more than one additional scholarship during the academic year.Students with financial need, current students$1,000 No
University of KentuckyHach Foundation ScholarshipAwarded to a chemistry major who is committed to becoming a high school chemistry teacher.  Applicants must have a GPA of at least 3.0 and be US citizens or permanent residents.  Chemistry majors at all levels are eligible. No specific demographics$6,000 1No
University of KentuckyThomas B. Nantz Memorial ScholarshipThis award is designated for B.S. Chemistry majors entering their junior or senior year. The potential for academic excellence and evidence of financial need must be demonstrated.Students with financial need, current students1 semester tuitionNo
University of KentuckyPaul G. Sears Chemistry ScholarshipAvailable for an undergraduate chemistry major who has demonstrated potential for academic excellence.No specific demographics$2,000 1
University of KentuckyBoyer Memorial ScholarshipAvailable for an undergraduate chemistry major who has demonstrated potential for academic excellence and evidence of financial need.Students with financial need
University of KentuckyGatton College of Business and Economics ScholarshipsThese scholarships are primarily based on academic performance, financial need, program of study, ethnicity, and residency.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, students with financial need$500-$5,000No1-Feb
University of KentuckyMary Agnes Gordon ScholarshipApplicant must be a junior or senior female Psychology Major currently enrolled at the UK/Lexington campus and resident of Kentucky who will return as a psychology major for the next academic year.$1,000 No
University of KentuckyPhysics Departmental ScholarshipsScholarship recipients are required to register as a Physics major before the start date of the award, enroll in at least 3 credit hours of Physics courses per semester, maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.3, and maintain good progress toward a degree in Physics.Up to $2,000No22-Mar
University of KentuckyPhysics Departmental Awards for Incoming FreshmanScholarship recipients are required to register as a Physics major before the start date of the award, enroll in at least 3 credit hours of Physics courses per semester, maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.3, and maintain good progress toward a degree in Physics.Up to $5,000Yes22-Mar
University of KentuckyPhysics Departmental Awards for TransfersScholarship recipients are required to register as a Physics major before the start date of the award, enroll in at least 3 credit hours of Physics courses per semester, maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.3, and maintain good progress toward a degree in Physics.Up to $3,000Yes22-Mar
University of KentuckyOpal T. and Theresa W. Bondurant Scholarship FundAwarded to female students in the College of Education who are planning a career in teaching. The scholarship(s) will be awarded on the basis of merit and need as determined by the College of Education Scholarship Committee.
University of KentuckyCharles Arvid Browning Scholarship FundAwarded to undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Education who are U.S. citizens and residents of Kentucky, North Carolina, or Ohio. Students must show need of financial assistance.
University of KentuckyCollege of Education Development Council Undergraduate Tuition ScholarshipRecipients of this scholarship must be fully admitted to the Teacher Education Program and enrolled full time during the period of the award. Recipients must have a 3.50 overall UK GPA and at least a 3.50 GPA in all College of Education coursework
University of KentuckySarah Ruth Geurin Scholarship FundThe Sarah R. Geurin scholarship is awarded annually to student(s) enrolled at the College of Education who have demonstrated potential for success.
University of KentuckyR.D. and Carolyn Kirkpatrick Dance Scholarship FundThe recipient of this scholarship will be chosen by a committee appointed by the chair of the Kinesiology and Health Promotion Department. Eligible students will be classified as junior or senior members of the UK Dance Ensemble or declared Dance minor. They must be full time students who have maintained a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 and served the Dance Ensemble as an officer, choreographer and/or participant in K-12 Ensemble Lecture/Deomonstrations and Dance Workshops. Recipients must participate in dance the following year.
University of KentuckyLovaine C. Lewis Delta Psi Kappa ScholarshipAvailable to female undergraduates in the Kinesiology and Health Promotion department entering their junior or senior year. Eligible students will have a 3.0 grade point average at the time of application and when the award is received. They must be affiliated with one or more professional organizations related to their academic degree. They must have demonstrated leadership and be a full-time student during the semester for which the scholarship is awarded.
University of KentuckyAlice Lee McCullough FundRecipient(s) of this scholarship will be selected by the College of Education Scholarship Committee. Preference will be given to full time students seeking certification to teach at the primary grade school level.
University of KentuckyAllie George Mason, Sr. Memorial Fund Awarded annually to students who have demonstrated potential for success and a commitment to teaching as a profession.
University of KentuckyFannie H. Miller Motivational FundAwarded to students who have evidenced a need for assistance to remain in the college of education in pursuit of their degree in any of the six academic departments. Recipients of the fund will be determined by the Scholarship Committee based on the student's financial needs and academic performance.

General Scholarships

Scholarship NameEligibilityTargeted Demographic(s)AmountNumberRenewal?DeadlineContact
Actuarial Foundation Actuarial Diversity ScholarshipAwarded to Black/African American, Hispanic, Native North American and Pacific Islander students. The scholarship award recognizes and encourages the academic achievements of full-time undergraduate students pursuing a degree that may lead to a career in the actuarial profession. Black/African-American, HIspanic, Native American, and Pacific Islander students.$1,000-$3,000YesThe Actuarial Foundation | 475 North Martingale Road, Suite 600, Schaumburg, IL 60173-2226; 847.706.3535; info@Actfnd.org
Actuarial Foundation Actuary of Tomorrow – Stuart A. Robertson Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be full-time students entering as a sophomore, junior or senior, must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on 4.0 scale) and must have successfully completed two actuarial exams.Actuarial students$7,500 1The Actuarial Foundation | 475 North Martingale Road, Suite 600, Schaumburg, IL 60173-2226; 847.706.3535; info@Actfnd.org
Actuarial Foundation John Culver Wooddy ScholarshipAwarded to senior students who rank in the top quartile of their class and have successfully completed one actuarial examination.College seniors$2,000 NoThe Actuarial Foundation | 475 North Martingale Road, Suite 600, Schaumburg, IL 60173-2226; 847.706.3535; info@Actfnd.org
Adam Bender “Reach for Excellence” Scholarship
Must be a graduating high school senior; be a member of the Commonwealth Credit Union; be accepted as an incoming freshman at an accredited college, university or
trade school; and have a physical or learning disability.
Students with disabilities, incoming freshmen$4,000 116-MarAndrea Hayes, Commonwealth Credit Union, 417 High Street, Frankfort, KY 40601, phone 502.564.4775 or 800.228.6420, email ahayes@cwcu.org, website www.ccuky.org.
AES Engineers ScholarshipsRecipients must submit an essay of between 500 and 1000 words in answer to the following question: Reflecting on your personal experiences and/or circumstances, tell us something about yourself that distinguishes you as a potential scholarship candidate.No specific demographic$5004-Octscholarships@aesengineers.com
AgriBusiness Association of Kentucky ABAK Agriculture
Scholarship
Recipients must be an undergraduate; be a Kentucky resident; have a declared major in an agriculture-related field of study or be accepted into an agricultural study program; and submit a completed application, 3 essays, 2 letters of recommendation and most recent official transcript.No specific demographic$1,000 1-JunSchool counselor or ABAK website www.kyagbusiness.org
Alden Scholarship
Must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA, be a resident of Kentucky, be attending a Kentucky college, be studying business administration and demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need, current studentsUp to $3,000Yes15-MarMeredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
American Cancer Society (Mid-South) Scholarship
Must have been diagnosed with cancer before age 19; be under age 25 when applying for scholarship; be a legal resident of Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana (Clark or Floyd County only), Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi or Tennessee; be a U.S. citizen; have at least a 2.5 GPA or GED equivalent; have been accepted without condition to an accredited 2- or 4-year university or community college; and take at least 12 hours per semester. No specific demographic$1,000 VariesNo1-FebPhone 800.227.2345 or visit www.cancer.org/midsouthnews
American Chemical Society Scholars ProgramRecipients must be qualified African American, Hispanic, or American Indian high school seniors or college freshman, sophomores, or juniors pursuing a college degree in the chemical sciences or chemical technology.Black/African-American, Hispanic, or Native American studentsUp to $5,000Yes1-MarAmerican Chemical Society Scholars Program, 1155 16th Street NW ,Washington, D.C. 20036; scholars@acs.org, (800) 227-5558 ext. 6250
American Institute of Chemical Engineers Minority Affairs Committee's Minority Scholarship Awards for College StudentsRecipients must be undergraduates in chemical engineering during the current academic year and be members of a minority group that is under-represented in chemical engineering, i.e., African-American, Hispanic, Native American, Alaskan Native.African-American, Hispanic, Native American, Alaskan Native, or other minority chemical engineering students$1,000 10No1-Jul3 Park Avenue 19 Fl, New York, NY 10016-5991; 800-242-4363
American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Bluegrass Chapter: Donald T. MacClellan Scholarship
Must have at least a 3.0 overall GPA and be entering, accepted or enrolled full-time in an ABET-accredited engineering, science or technical program yielding a bachelor of science or bachelor of engineering degree.
No specific demographic$5001VariesEmail student-activities@bluegrassashrae.org or website www.bluegrassashrae.org/student-activities/donald-t-macclellan-scholarship/
APS Minority ScholarshipAny African-American, Hispanic American, or Native American U.S. citizen or permanent resident who is majoring or planning to major in physics, and who is a high school senior, college freshman, or sophomore is eligible to apply for the scholarship.African-American, Hispanic, or Native American physics students7-Feb
Associated General
Contractors of Kentucky Scholarship
Must be a graduating high school senior, plan to continue education in the field of construction at a postsecondary institution and meet one of the criteria for special populations.Students with disabilities, incoming freshmen$50014/15/2013Mary Poole, Co-Chairperson, Madisonville Community College, 2000
College Drive, Madisonville, KY 42431, email mary.poole@kctcs.edu
Artist Bill Fischer Foundation for Working Artists Scholarship
Must reside in Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham or Shelby County. Preference given to an artist using a modern medium. No specific demographicAt least $5003/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
AXA Achievement ScholarshipContact AXA advisors for criteria, applications and qualifications. No specific demographic$10,000-$15,000www.axa-equitable.com/axa-foundation/community-scholarships.html
Rachel Caroline Baker Memorial Scholarship
Must be a duPont Manual High School female graduating senior, be an athlete, demonstrate positive attributes of sportsmanship, demonstrate extracurricular involvement, have at least a 3.0 GPA and be prepared to enter college in the fall semester following graduation. Preference given to a member of the field hockey team. Financial need considered but not a prerequisite. Female students, incoming freshmen$1,000 13/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Beautification League of Louisville Scholarship
Must have a 3.5 GPA or a 23 ACT score, be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau member, attend a Kentucky college or university and pursue a 4-year degree in horticulture or landscape architecture.
Incoming freshmen$1,000 12/28/2013School counselor or Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, PO Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan.tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Better Business Bureau Inc.: Richard Akers Ethics in Action ScholarshipMust be a graduating senior at a public or private high school in the 52
counties of Kentucky and southern Indiana served by the Louisville
Better Business Bureau and submit application; 3 letters of
recommendations (e.g. church, school official, employer, community
leader), with each letter no more than 300 words; a copy of high school
transcript; a 1-page summary of extracurricular and community activities
typed and submitted on 8.5 x 11 paper; and response to essay question
on 1 sheet of 8.5 x 11 paper, single-spaced, 500 words. Each high school
in the 52 counties served may nominate 1 student
Incoming freshmen$1,000-$2,00033/3/2013Guidance Counselor or Dorothy Meschede Better Business Bureau Inc. 844 South 4th Street Louisville, Ky 40203 Phone: 502-583-1492 Email: dmeschede@bbbkyin.org Website: http://www.ky-in.bbb.org
American Saddlebred Horse
Association Inc. Scholarship
Must be a member of the American Saddlebred Horse Association, be under age 21, demonstrate financialneed and be in grade 11 or higher. Based on academic success, extracurricular activities and commitment to the American Saddlebred horse and ASHA youth programs.No specific demographic$5,000 530-AprBrenda Newell, American Saddlebred Horse Association Scholarships, 4083 Iron Works Pike, Lexington, KY 40511, phone 859.259.2742, email saddlebred@asha.net
Bluegrass Community Foundation Jane Allen Newman ScholarshipMust be a Kentucky resident, be a graduating high school senior and demonstrate financial need.Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$1,000-$2,000VariesYes3/15/2013Kassie Branham, Blue Grass Community Foundation, 250 West Main Street, Suite 1220, Lexington, KY 40507, phone 859.225.3343, email kbranham@bgcf.org, website www.bgcf.org
Bluegrass Community Foundation Jennifer Leigh Soper ScholarshipMust be diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, be enrolled in a college or technical school and exhibit potential for academic success.Students with disabilitiesUp to $1,000Varies8/1/2013Kassie Branham, Blue Grass Community Foundation, 250 West Main Street, Suite 1220, Lexington, KY 40507, phone 859.225.3343, email kbranham@bgcf.org, website www.bgcf.org
Bluegrass Indo-American Civic Society High School Senior ScholarshipMust be a Kentucky high school graduating senior and admitted as a full-time student to a degree program at a recognized college or university in the country. Parent or legal guardian must be a full-time resident of Kentucky.Indian-American students$1,000 64/20/2013Scholarship Coordinator, Bluegrass Indo-American Civic Society, P.O. Box 910666, Lexington, KY 40591-0666, email scholarship@biacs.org, website www. biacs.org
David Brown Vocal Music ScholarshipMust be a duPont Manual High School graduating senior; be a member of the Youth Performing Arts School Concert Choir; be a music major enrolled at a 4-year conservatory, college or university; and demonstrate an intention to pursue a career in the field of vocal music. Financial need may be considered but is not a requirement.
Incoming freshmenTBD13/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association ScholarshipBased on GPA, writing ability and leadership potential. Preference given to a student with a tobacco farming backgroundIncoming freshmen$1,000 44/1/2013Scholarship Committee, Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association, 620 South Broadway, Lexington, KY 40508, phone 859.252.3561, email kathy@burleytobacco.com, website www.burleytobacco.com

CBCF General Mills Health ScholarshipRecipients must be preparing to pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree full-time or be a current full-time student in good academic standing at an accredited college or university, be planning to pursue a degree in the fields of medicine, engineering, technology, nutrition, or other health-related studies, have a minimum 2.75 GPA, and exhibit leadership ability and participate in community service activitiesAfrican-American students$2,500 29-MarCBCF General Mills Health Scholarship Program
Scholarship Management Services
One Scholarship Way
Saint Peter, MN 56082; (507) 931-1682
CBCF Louis Stokes Health Scholars ProgramApplicants must be U.S. citizens or legal U.S. residents who have a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Applicants must also be currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university, or technical school.  The anticipated degree must be in a subject that will lead to a career in a health field.African-American students$8,000 103-MayCBCF Louis Stokes Health Scholars Program
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
1720 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20036; (202) 263-2800, scholarships@cbcfinc.org
CBC Spouses Education ScholarshipRecipients must be preparing to pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree full-time or be a current full-time student in good academic standing at an accredited college or university, have a minimum 2.5 GPA, exhibit leadership ability, and participate in community service activitiesAfrican-American studentsVaries6-JunCBC Spouses Education Scholarship
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
1720 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036; (202) 263-2800, scholarships@cbcfinc.org
CBC Spouses Heineken USA Performing Arts ScholarshipRecipients must be preparing to pursue an undergraduate degree full-time or be a current full-time student in good academic standing at an accredited college or university, be planning to pursue a degree in a field that will lead to a career in the performing arts, have a minimum 2.5 GPA, and exhibit leadership ability and participate in community service activities.African-American studentsUp to $3,000102-MayCBC Spouses Heineken USA Performing Arts Scholarship
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
1720 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036; (202) 263-2800, scholarships@cbcfinc.org
CBC Spouses Visual Arts ScholarshipRecipients must be preparing to pursue an undergraduate degree full-time or be a current full-time student in good academic standing at an accredited college or university, be planning to pursue a degree in a field that will lead to a career in the visual arts, have a minimum 2.5 GPA, and exhibit leadership ability and participate in community service activities.African-American studentsUp to $3,000102-MayCBC Spouses Visual Arts Scholarship
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
1720 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20036; (202) 263-2800, scholarships@cbcfinc.org
L.J. “Butch” Charmoli Scholarship
Must be a duPont Manual High School graduating senior athlete and demonstrate leadership in sports, academics, community service and financial need.
Students with financial need, incoming freshmenTBD13/15/2013DuPont Manual High School Alumni Association, 120 West Lee Street, Louisville, KY 40208
Creative Corrections Education FoundationMust be eligible for Federal Pell Grant; must have a parent incarcerated or paroled.Low-income students$5000 or $1000TBACreative Corrections Education Foundation, 6415 Calder Ave. Suite B, Beaumont, TX 77706 Email: sciolli@creativecorrectionseducationfoundation.org Phone: 409-861-2536
Community Trust Bank ScholarshipMust be a graduating high school senior and submit an essay on the topic “What My Community Means to Me.” Essay must be original, be at least 2 pages in length but no more than 3 pages, be typed double-space or neatly handwritten, and be on 8.5-by-11 paper. Immediate family members of Community Trust Bank employees are not eligible.
Incoming freshmen$50014/17/2013School Counselor
The Courier-Journal: Gannett Foundation/ Madelyn P. Jennings ScholarshipMust enter college in the fall term following selection, be a full-time undergraduate student at an accredited college or university in the United States, attend college during the day and enroll in a course of study leading to a traditional baccalaureate degree. Must be a child of a full-time employee of Gannett Co. Inc. on the date of the student’s application and at the time the award is granted. Student may enter competition by taking the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in October of junior year in high school and filing an application form with the Gannett Foundation.
Incoming freshmen$3,000 12NoJanuary 1 (of junior year of high school)Benefits Manager, The Courier- Journal, 525 West Broadway, P.O. Box 740031, Louisville, KY 40202-7431, phone 502.582.4186. Information and forms are also available from the company-wide intranet - gannett.gci
Democratic Woman’s Club of Kentucky Scholarship
Must attend a Kentucky college, have at least a 3.0 GPA, be the child or ward of parents who are registered Democrats, and
be a registered Democrat of voting age.
No specific demographic$1,000 1 or 22/1/2013School counselor, local Democratic Woman’s Club or Diane Wood, Democratic Woman’s Club of Kentucky, 905 Hurst Drive, Hopkinsville, KY 42240, email dianeirs@bellsouth.net
Doss High School Dragon Pride Scholarship
Must be a member of Dragon Pride and submit 2 letters of recommendation and an essay.Incoming freshmen$5008MaySenior School Counselor, Doss High School, 7601 St. Andrews Church Road, Louisville, KY 40214, phone 502.485.8239, email beth.salyer@jefferson.kyschools.us, website www.dosshighschool.com
duPont Manual High School ScholarshipMust be a duPont Manual High School graduating senior, have at least a 2.75 GPA and attend the University of Louisville.Incoming freshmen$1,250 Yes3/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Eastern High School Class of 1955 Scholarship
Must be an Eastern High School graduating senior; have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA; and demonstrate leadership abilities in community service, cocurricular or extracurricular activities. Preference given to a student who demonstrates financial need.Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$2,500 3/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Education Counts ScholarshipMust be a Jefferson County resident; be graduating from a public, private or independent high school in Jefferson County or be home schooled and meet all the criteria to graduate from high school; have a 3.0 cumulative GPA; have at least a 20 ACT score; plan to attend an accredited 4-year college or university in the U.S.; and demonstrate financial need.
Students with financial need, incoming freshmenAt least $1,000Varies3/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Equity Group-Kentucky Division LLC Scholarship
Must have at least a 3.0 GPA, demonstrate financial need, be a high school senior, have a parent or guardian who is an employee of Equity Group-Kentucky Division LLC, plan to attend a postsecondary institution in the upcoming year as a full-time student and submit all required information by designated deadline. Parent or guardian can pick up applications at Equity Group-Kentucky Division LLC. Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$1,500 &$1,00024/20/2013Melissa Starns, Equity Group-Kentucky Division LLC, 2294 Kentucky Highway 90 West, Albany, KY 42602, phone 606.387.2320
Fairdale High School Steve Canfield King of the Bluegrass ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1,000 2Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Connelly, Kaercher & Stamper Scholarship
Must be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1,000 1Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Fairdale Alumni Association
Scholarship
Must be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$5002Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Fairdale Animal Clinic Scholarship
Must be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1,000 1Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Fairdale Community Club ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$7501Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Fairdale Community Fair Board ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1,000 1Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Fairdale Community Club: James D. Longacre ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmenVaries1Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Faculty and Staff Scholarship
Must be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmenVaries1Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School PTSA ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1,500 3Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Fairdale Lions Club ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1,500 3Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Fairdale Pic-Pac ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$5001Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Fairdale Youth Basketball Scholarship
Must be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$7501Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Chad Gardner Attorney At Law ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1,000 1Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Frances Guanella Memorial ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$2501Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Edward L. Johnstone/Ramona L. Greschel Memorial ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1,500 2Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Lassiter PTSA ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$2002Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Jim Longacre ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen1Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Fairdale High School Barbara Spalding Memorial ScholarshipMust be a Fairdale High School graduating senior.Incoming freshmen$1001Joan Alvey or Volinda Heimann, Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road, Fairdale, KY 40118, phone 502.485.6665, website www.jefferson.k12.ky.us/schools/high/fairdale.html.
Farm Credit Services of Mid-America: Farm Credit Ag Scholarship
Must be a member or the spouse or child of a member of Farm Credit; be an incoming freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in good standing for the year the scholarship is received; have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA; have ag background or work-related experience in agriculture; submit an essay on how recipient plans to use major in the chosen career; and make a brief presentation at an FCS ustomer appreciation event. Based on financial need, grades, ACT/SAT scores, essay and interview. Graduating high school seniors are eligible to apply.Students with financial need$1,500 &$1,00044NoFebruarySchool counselor or Scholarship coordinator, Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, P.O. Box 34390, Louisville, KY 40232, phone 502.420.3756, email rbarbee@e-farmcredit.com, website e-farmcredit.com
Flying J Scholarship
Must be a graduating high school senior where a Flying J Travel Plaza is located, plan to enroll in a 2- or 4-year college or technical school in the fall and have at least a 3.0 GPA.Incoming freshmen$1,000 1 per Flying J area3/1/2013School Counselor
Fleming-Mason Energy Annual Meeting Scholarship
Must be a graduating high school senior in good standing and the child of a member of Fleming-Mason.Incoming freshmen$1,000 10Mid-April
Fund for the Arts: William Tolbert Whittenberg Scholarship for ExcellenceMust be a resident of the Kentuckiana region; be 16 to 20 years old; plan to pursue a professional career in the performing arts; and submit 2 letters of recommendation from appropriate instructors or mentors, an essay stating career goals, online application, scholarship need and intended use of scholarship funds.
Students with financial need$2,000-$5,0001 to 33/31/2013Kristin Wingfield, 623 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202, phone 502.582.0104, email kwingfeld@ fundforthearts.com, website www.fundforthearts.com
Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky Scholarship/LoanMust be a high school graduate or hold a GED; be a Kentucky resident for at least  the last 2 immediately preceding years and agree to fulfill obligations of the scholarship.
Obligation: Must agree to return to Kentucky and work for at least 2 years following licensure as a funeral director/embalmer.
No specific demographic$3,000 2YesSidney Fogle, Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky, P.O. Box 4779, Frankfort, KY 40604, phone 800.866.3211
Future Educators Association: Prospective Educator ScholarshipMust be a high school student who intends to major in education and be a member of FEA, be the child or grandchild of a Phi Delta Kappa member who intends to major in education, or be a student recommended by a Phi Delta Kappa member or chapter; submit 2 letters of recommendation, official transcripts and narratives describing philosophy of education; have at least a 2.7 GPA; and respond to a survey of questions related to education.Incoming freshmen$2,500 2School counselor or FEA advisor
The Garden Club of Kentucky Scholarship
Must be a Kentucky resident; attend a Kentucky university; major in horticulture, floriculture, landscape design, botany, plant pathology, forestry, land management or an allied subject; and be a junior, senior or graduate student at the time scholarship will be used.Current students$500+Varies3/1/2013www.gardenclubky.org/
The Garden Club South Atlantic Region Scholarship
Must be enrolled in a college or university in Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia or West Virginia; be a sophomore; and major in horticulture, floriculture, forestry, agronomy, landscape architecture or an allied subject. Current students$1,000 12/1/2013www.gardenclubky.org/
Gates Millenium ScholarsRecipients must be African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian & Pacific Islander American, or Hispanic American; be a citizen, national, or legal permanent resident of the United States; have attained a cumulative high school GPA of 3.3 on an unweighted 4.0 scale or have earned a GED; enroll for the first time at a U.S. located, accredited college or university (with the exception of students concurrently pursuing a high school diploma) in the fall of 2013 as a full-time, degree-seeking, first-year student; have demonstrated leadership abilities through participation in community service, extracurricular or other activities; and meet the Federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria.African-American, Asian/Pacific Islander, and Hispanic low-income students.Covers unmet financial need1,00016-JanGates Millennium Scholars
P.O. Box 10500
Fairfax, VA 22031-8044
Toll-Free Phone: 1-877-690-4677; www.gmsp.org
Gateway Press Inc. of Louisville Scholarship
Must be a high school graduate, be accepted at a college or university and maintain at least a 2.25 GPA. Parent must have been an employee of Gateway Press for at least 5 years.Incoming freshmenUp to $3,000VariesYes1-JanHuman Resources Manager, Gateway Press Inc., 4500 Robards Lane, Louisville, KY 40218, phone 502.454.0431, email kit@gatewaypressinc.com, website www.gatewaypressinc.com
GE LNESC National ScholarshipRecipients must be a minority student pursuing full-time studies leading to a bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university in the U.S., be classified as a college sophomore in the fall semester, have a cumulative college grade point average of at least 3.25 on a 4.0 scale or the equivalent, and be a business or engineering major. African-American, Native American, Hispanic, or other minority students$5,000 LNESC, National Headquarters 1133 19th Street, NW Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20036
Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana: Jean Cole Scholarship for Senior Girl Scouts
Must be and have been for the previous year an active registered Girl Scout in the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, meet the requirements for high school graduation during the current school year, have at least a 2.0 GPA and submit a complete application by deadline.
Female students, incoming freshmen$500Varies2-MarViola Petty, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, P.O. Box 32335, Louisville, KY 40232-2335, phone 502.636.0900, email vpetty@kyanags.org, website www. kyanags.org
Ginny Ellington Scholarship
Must plan to pursue a degree in family and consumer sciences education at a Kentucky college or university; be an active FCCLA member who has made outstanding contributions to FCCLA and a member of the FCCLA Alumni and Associates Association; demonstrate financial need; have at least a 2.7 high school GPA and maintain a 2.5 college GPA for the 4 years in college; demonstrate desirable qualities of leadership and dependability; have participated in STAR events; and demonstrate leadership in school and community.
Incoming freshmen$1,100 1Yes15-FebState Adviser, Kentucky Association of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America, 2110 Capital Plaza Tower, 500 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY 40601

Google HSF ScholarshipRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. Citizen or a legal permanent resident; have a cumulative GPA of 3.0; be at least a junior; and be majoring in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or Electrical EngineeringHispanic students$10,000 15-MarHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
Hispanic Scholarship Fund General ScholarshipsRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage, be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident with a permanent resident card or passport stamped I-551 (not expired), and have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.Hispanic students$1,000-$5,00015-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/ ALPFA Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. citizen,legal permanent resident or eligible Non-U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; be majoring in in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or Management; and be at least a Junior.Hispanic business students$2,000-$10,00031-JanHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/AT&T Foundation Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible Non-U.S. citizen; be 26 years or younger; have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0; and be a dependent of an AT&T employee.Hispanic students, children of employeesUp to $2,50015-FebHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/Clorox Sueña Sin Límites Freshman Scholarship Recipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. Citizen, legal permanent resident or an eligible non-U.S. citizen; must be a four-year college freshman; and have a 3.0 cumulative GPA.Hispanic students$10,000 6No21-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/Clorox Sueña Sin Límites Mothers ScholarshipRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; Be a U.S. Citizen,legal permanent resident or an eligible non-U.S. citizen; and be a mother aged 25-45.Hispanic students, mothers, adult/non-traditional students$10,000 6No21-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/Colgate-Palmolive Haz La U ScholarshipRecipients must be of Hispanic American heritage; be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible non-U.S. citizen; and have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.Hispanic students$2,500-$15,00015No31-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF / Discover Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; Be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident, or eligible Non-U.S. citizen; and have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.Hispanic students$5,000 4-FebHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF / GE Hispanic Forum Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible Non-U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; and be at least a Sophomore.Hispanic students$1,500 15-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/ Honda Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. Citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible non-U.S. citizen; be a Junior or Senior at a four-year accredited U.S. institution in the fall of 2013; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale; and be majoring in Business Administration, Chemical Engineering, Electrial Engineering, Engineering, Industrial Engineering/Technology,Mechanical Engineering, Supply Chain Management.Hispanic students$5,000 15-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/ got milk? Futuro con Leche ScholarshipRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. Citizen, legal permanent resident or an eligible non-U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale; and be eligible to receive a Pell grant.$4,000 15-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/ Lockheed Martin American Heroes ScholarshipRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; Be a U.S. Citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible non-U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.20 on a 4.00 scale; be at least an undergraduate junior; be majoring in a STEM field; and be a military veteran.Hispanic students, military veterans$5,400 15-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/ Marathon Petroleum Corporation College Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic American, African American, Asian Pacific Islander American, or American Indian/Alaskan Native heritage; be a U.S. Citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible non-U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale; and be a Junior, Senior or 5th year Senior in 2013-2014 with plans to enter full-time in a degree seeking program at a four-year U.S. Accredited institution.African-American, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, or Native American students $7,500 31-JanHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/Marathon Oil Corporation College Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic American, African American, Asian Pacific Islander American, or American Indian/Alaskan Native heritage; be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible non-U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale; and be a current Sophomore in 2012-2013.African-American, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, or Native American students$15,000 Yes26-OctHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/ Procter & Gamble - Orgullosa Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible non-U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; and major in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field.Hispanic students$2,500 28-FebHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/ SanDisk Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible non-U.S. citizen; have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; and major in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) field.Hispanic students$2,500 No30-AprHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
HSF/Wells Fargo ScholarshipRecipients must be of Hispanic heritage; be a U.S. Citizen, legal permanent resident or eligible non-U.S. citizen; and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.Hispanic students$1,000-$5,000No15-DecHispanic Scholarship Fund 1411 W. 190th Street, Suite 325 Gardena, CA 90248 1-877-HSF-INFO; www.hsf.net
Humana Foundation Scholarship
Must be the child of an eligible Humana employee, attend an accredited 2- or 4-year college or university, pursue an academic degree and be a full-time undergraduate student. Based on merit without regard for financial need.
Incoming freshmen$1,500-$3,000Yes1/15/2013Humana employees should contact their human resources representative. Students can access Humana’s website www.humanafoundation.org
Hurst AACN Scholarship RegistrationRecipients must be students pursuing professional nursing degrees at member AACN schools.No specific demographic$2,500 2January 15 and July 15(601) 833-1961
Hurst Review Services, Inc.
111 South Railroad Ave.
Brookhaven, MS 39601
Jefferson County 4-H Council Louis M. and Florence G. Benn Family Scholarship
Must be a Jefferson County 4-H member or alumnus, age 16–23 and have achieved the Gold Honor award.No specific demographic$1,000 19/1/2013Ashley Holt, Jefferson County 4-H, 810 Barret Avenue, Louisville, KY 40204-1782, phone 502.569.2344
Jefferson County 4-H Council Rodney Williams 4-H College ScholarshipMust be a Jefferson County 4-H member or alumnus, age 16–23 and have achieved the Gold Honor award.No specific demographic$1,000 19/1/2013Ashley Holt, Jefferson County 4-H, 810 Barret Avenue, Louisville, KY 40204-1782, phone 502.569.2344
Jefferson County School Media Association: Lucy Marx ScholarshipMust be a resident of or work in Jefferson County and be a full-time or part-time undergraduate or graduate student who is enrolled in or has been accepted into a state-accredited program leading to certification as a school media librarian.Current students$60016/1/2013School counselor or website www. jcsma.org
Brian Jennemann Memorial ScholarshipMust be at least 18 years old; be accepted into a certified paramedic training program; and demonstrate passion, interest and commitment to being a paramedic.No specific demographicUp to $1,500 4Yes7/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s Healthcare Educational Loan ProgramMust plan to pursue a degree in registered nursing, CAT scan, clinical laboratory scientist, medical laboratory scientist, medical technologist,  MRI, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, speech language pathology or ultrasound; have at least an 18 ACT or 900 SAT score (if taken in past 5 years); have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA from most recent college; and be admitted into the program before submitting an application; or be a high school graduate with at least a 3.8 GPA or be in the top 5% of graduating class.
No specific demographicVariesYesVariesHuman Resources, Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s Healthcare, 100 East Liberty Street, Suite 600, Louisville, KY 40202, website www.jhsmh.org

Kentucky All “A” Classic ScholarshipMust be a U.S. citizen, be a graduating senior in good standing at a Kentucky high school that is a member of the All “A” Classic, be drug free and plan to attend a Kentucky postsecondary institution in the upcoming year as a full- time student.Incoming freshmen$1,000 1212/3/2013School Counselor
Kentucky Association of Counties: Presidential Scholarship
Must be a graduating high school senior who resides in the same county as the association’s current president and plan to attend a Kentucky college, university or accredited 2-year vocational school. Incoming freshmen$2,000 1Mid-AprilScholarship Coordinator, Kentucky Association of Counties, 400 Englewood Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601, phone 502.223.7667, website www.kaco.org
Kentucky Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel: TRIO ScholarshipMust be a participant in one of the federally funded TRIO programs (Educational Talent Search, Math/Science Upward Bound, Ronald E. McNair Postgraduate Program, Upward Bound, Student Support Services, Educational Opportunity Center and Veterans Upward Bound). Nominator for the scholarship applicant must be a currently paid member of KAEOPP in good standing.No specific demographic$35053/16/2013Stephen D. Keene, Coordinator, Murray State University, AIMS, 240 Blackburn Science Building, Murray, KY 42071, phone 270.809.3368, email skeene@murraystate.edu
Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives: Kentucky Women In Rural Electrification (Kentucky WIRE) Scholarship
Must be a junior or senior at a Kentucky college or university whose family is served by a Kentucky rural electric cooperative.Female students, current students$1,000 35/7/2013Cathy Kessler, Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives, 4515 Bishop Lane, P.O. Box 32170, Louisville, KY 40232, phone 502.815.6370 or your local cooperative
Kentucky Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (KAFCS) Scholarship
Must be a junior, senior or graduate student; attend a Kentucky college or university; have at least a 3.0 GPA; be a member of the pre-professional/graduate student section of KAFCS; be an active member of AAFCS/KAFCS or other family and consumer sciences student organization; demonstrate leadership ability and commendable personal qualities; and be enrolled in any family and consumer sciences major.Current students$5002YesEarly FebruaryFaculty contacts at Kentucky colleges and universities or Sally Mineer, Lewis County Extension Agent, 284 Second Street, Vanceburg,  KY  41179, phone 606.796.2732, email smineer@uky.edu
Kentucky Association of Professional Surveyors ScholarshipPreference given to a land surveying student, a Kentucky resident and KAPS member/family member. Need and financial ability are also considered. No specific demographic$750-$1,0003 to 411/23/2013Financial Aid office of colleges and universities or John A. St. Clair, 138 Willow Wood Drive, Mount Washington, KY 40047-7270, phone 502.538.6616, email jjsaint@ windstream.net; or visit www.kaps1.com/scholarship
Kentucky Association of Pupil Transportation (KAPT) Education Scholarship
Must be a Kentucky public school student; attend a certified college, university or technical school; have a parent/ guardian actively employed in the public school pupil transportation field; have a gross taxable family income of no more than $55,000 for the past tax year; have at least a 3.0 GPA; demonstrate outstanding leadership skills and abilities in co-curricular and community service activities; demonstrate exemplary citizenship qualities that include maturity, loyalty, responsibility, integrity, trustworthiness and a concern for the well being of all citizens; render unselfish service and assistance to others, to the school and to the community; and submit a typewritten essay of up to 500 words on “why I have applied for this scholarship and how this scholarship will be used.”
Students with financial need$1,000 412/1/2013Local transportation office or website www.thekapt.com
Kentucky Association of School Business Officials Scholarship
Must be a high school senior and submit completed application, counselor verification and 2 letters of reference. Incoming freshmen$2,500 312/15/2013School  counselor or KASBO website www.kasbo.com
Kentucky Association of School Resource Officers Scholarship
Must be a graduating high school senior and be nominated by the school resource officer in the community. Based on student’s contribution to safety or crime prevention in student’s school.Incoming freshmen$5002No4/15/2013School counselor or Lee Ann Morrison, Kentucky Center for School Safety, 260 Democrat Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601, phone 877.805.4277, website www.kyasro.com
Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society Scholarship
Must be an agriculture or natural resources student enrolled in a college or university in Kentucky.Current students$1,000 2Mid-NovemberDanny Hughes, Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society, 78 Barnes Drive, Monticello, KY 42633, phone 606.348.9385, email danny.hughes@ky.usda.gov
Kentucky Bourbon Festival ScholarshipMust be a graduating high school senior whose parent has been employed by a Kentucky bourbon distillery for at least 5 years.Incoming freshmen$1,000 1No3/31/2013Scholarship coordinator at any Kentucky bourbon distillery that participates in the Kentucky Bourbon Festival
Kentucky Broadcasters Association: Harry Barfield Memorial KBA Scholarship
Must be a Kentucky resident; be a full-time undergraduate student with at least a 3.0 GPA; and be a documented, full-fledged major in broadcasting/telecommunications at a college or university in Kentucky. Preference given to juniors-to-be.
Current students$2,500 4Yes4/20/2013Gary White, President/Chief Executive Officer, Kentucky Broadcasters Association, 101 Enterprise Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601, phone 502.848.0426, website www.kba.org
Kentucky Business Society ScholarshipMust major in a business-related program and be enrolled in at least 6 hours. Based on cumulative GPA, written statement and letter of recommendation from a faculty member. Preference given to a Kentucky Business Society member. Current students$250-$5003FebruaryBarbara Rice, Kentucky Business Society, 1025 Amsterdam Road, Covington, KY 41011, phone 859.442.1167, email barbara.rice@kctcs.edu
Kentucky Corn Growers Association Scholarship
Must be a high school senior or current college student and be pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field from an accredited college, university or trade school. Student or parent/guardian must be a Kentucky Corn Grower Association member. Based on academic performance, citizenship, leadership and the role student wants to play in the future of agriculture. No specific demographic$1,000-$2,0003No3/15/2013Scholarship Coordinator, Kentucky Corn Growers Association, P.O. Box 90, Eastwood, KY 40018, email info@kycorn.org, website www.kycorn.org
Kentucky Council on Crime and Delinquency Inc. Scholarship
Must be a member of the Kentucky Council on Crime and Delinquency or a member’s immediate family. Priority given to an eligible party without other means of assistance (i.e., scholarships, tuition assistance). Also based on GPA.Students with financial needVariesVaries60 days prior to the beginning of each semesterScholarship Coordinator, c/o James Sweatt, Roederer Correctional Complex, P.O. Box 69, LaGrange, KY 40017
Kentucky Crushed Stone Association Associate's Degree ScholarshipMust have a family member employed by a KCSA company, have at least a 2.0 GPA and complete application.No specific demographic$1,500 27/1/2013School counselor or Kentucky Crushed Stone Association, P.O. Box 326, Frankfort, KY 40602
Kentucky Crushed Stone Association Bachelor's Degree ScholarshipMust have a family member employed by a KCSA company, have at least a 2.0 GPA and complete application.No specific demographic$1,500 47/1/2013School counselor or Kentucky Crushed Stone Association, P.O. Box 326, Frankfort, KY 40602
Kentucky Crushed Stone Association Vocational/Technical School ScholarshipMust have a family member employed by a KCSA company, have at least a 2.0 GPA and complete application.No specific demographic$1,000 47/1/2013School counselor or Kentucky Crushed Stone Association, P.O. Box 326, Frankfort, KY 40602
Kentucky Education Association: Marvin Dodson/ Carl Perkins ScholarshipMust be a college junior, senior, post-baccalaureate student or MAT candidate in a teacher education program at an accredited Kentucky college or university; be a member of the KEA Student Program; plan to teach in Kentucky; and submit a letter from the college the student is attending verifying enrollment in a program leading to a Kentucky teaching certificate and that the
student has at least a 3.0 GPA and the number of credit hours the student has completed.
Students with financial need, current students$1,000-$1,5004 to 6The second Friday after the first Monday in JanuaryKentucky Education Association, 401 Capitol Avenue, Frankfort, KY 40601, phone 502.696.8940, website www.kea. org
Kentucky Education Support Personnel Association (KESPA): Paul Mason ScholarshipMust be a KESPA member or the child or grandchild of a KESPA member, complete an application and attach a photo.No specific demographic$1,000 6/6/2013School Counselor
Kentucky Farm Bureau Commitment to Agriculture ScholarshipMust be a member of a Farm Bureau family and plan to major in agriculture.No specific demographic$1,500 100 (nationally)2/15/2013Scholarship Program Administrators, P.O. Box 23737, Nashville, TN 37202-3737, phone 615.320.3149
Kentucky Farm Bureau Paul D. Everman Fund for Lifetime Learning ScholarshipMust be at least 23 years old, be enrolled in college or attempting to enroll, be pursuing a 4-year course of study at any Kentucky college, be a Kentucky high school
graduate or GED holder and have been a member of Kentucky Farm Bureau for at least 2 years before applying for award. Must retain membership for the duration of the scholarship.
Adult/non-traditional studentsUp to $3,0001Yes5/1/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Farm Bureau FFA Farm Bureau Family ScholarshipMust be a member of FFA and Farm Bureau.No specific demographic$1,000 152/15/2013FFA Scholarship Fund Coordinator, P.O. Box 68960, Indianapolis, IN 46268-0960, phone 317.802.6060
Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation ScholarshipMust be a high school senior, be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau member, have at least a 3.5 GPA or a 23 ACT score, pursue a 4-year course of study, be enrolled full-time and maintain a 2.5 GPA. Incoming freshmen$1,000 20-30No2/28/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation ScholarshipMust be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation employee and be a full-time student. The employee must be full-time and have worked for Kentucky Farm Bureau for a least 1 year.No specific demographic$2,000 14/15/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Association ScholarshipMust be high school senior, be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau member, have at least a 3.5 GPA or a 23 ACT score, pursue a 4-year course of study, be enrolled full-time and maintain a 2.5 GPA.Incoming freshmen$2,000 22/28/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Companies ScholarshipMust be high school senior, be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau member, have at least a 3.5 GPA or a 23 ACT score, pursue a 4-year course of study, be enrolled full-time and maintain a 2.5 GPA. Incoming freshmen$2,000 22/28/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Farm Bureau Women’s Education Grant ScholarshipMust be a female nontraditional student, be interested in resuming education after leaving school (secondary or postsecondary) to fulfill either family or work-related responsibilities, be a high school graduate or GED holder, have been a member of Kentucky Farm Bureau for at least 1 year prior to applying for this grant and remain a member while the scholarship is in force and be a Kentucky resident. Female students, adult/non-traditional students$1,500 110/31/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Farm Bureau Leadership in Agriculture ScholarshipMust be a high school senior, be the child of a farm family, attend a Kentucky college, pursue a 4-year degree, be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau member and have at least a 3.5 GPA or a 23 ACT score. Incoming freshmen$3,000 22/28/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Farm Bureau Sam Moore Scholarship
Must be the child of a farm family; attend a Kentucky college or university; pursue a 4-year degree in animal health, veterinary technology or a related field; be a high school senior; be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau member; and have at least a 3.5 GPA or a 23 ACT score. Incoming freshmen$4,000 12/28/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Farm Bureau Young Farmer Scholarship
Must be a member of Kentucky Farm Bureau; be 18 to 35 years old; be a college sophomore, junior or senior, a vocational/technical student, or a graduate student; major in agriculture or a related field at a Kentucky college or university; and be enrolled full-time.Current students$2,000 & $1,00025/1/2013Susan Tanner, Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, P.O. Box 20700, Louisville, KY 40250-0700, phone 502.495.5206, email susan. tanner@kyfb.com, website www.kyfb.com
Kentucky Feed & Grain Association: Buena S. Bond Scholarship
Must be an incoming freshman; plan to major in agriculture or a related subject; and submit a completed application, copy of official high school transcript, copy of acceptance letter and/or proof of enrollment from a Kentucky college or other Kentucky institute of higher education and copies of letters of recommendation from county 4-H or agriculture agent and/or FFA advisor or other high school teacher. Bonus points may be awarded if a student is a family member of a member in good standing of the association.Incoming freshmen$1,000 1No3/31/2013Scholarship Coordinator, Kentucky Feed & Grain Association, P.O. Box 215, Midway, KY 40347, website www.kyfga. org
Kentucky Grocers Association Inc. and Kentucky Association of Convenience Stores: Kentucky Grocers Education Foundation Scholarship
Must be a child or grandchild of an employee or a student who is employed by a Kentucky Grocers Association (KGA) or Kentucky Association of Convenience Stores (KACS) member company in good standing. A student employed by a KGA/ KACS member company is eligible to apply for the scholarship based on own employment. Award is made to college or university of the recipient’s choice.No specific demographic$500-$1,00030-40No4/1/2013Ted Mason, Kentucky Grocers Education Foundation, 622 Shelby Street, Frankfort, KY 40601, email ted@kgaonline. org, website www.kgaonline.org
Kentucky Head Start Association Memorial ScholarshipMust be a Head Start graduate enrolled or planning to enroll in a 4-year college, junior college or technical or vocational school and submit a completed application which must be accompanied by the minutes of the local Head Start grantee’s selection committee and at least 3 letters of recommendation.
Students with financial need$50023/16/2013Download application from www.khsa.org/conferences.asp#scholarships
Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation Inc. H. A. Schlaughenhoupt Jr. Memorial Scholarship
Must be a Kentucky resident and/or receive treatment in Kentucky, have financial need, be enrolled full-time in postsecondary education/training and have or be an immediate family member of an individual with hemophilia or von Willebrand disease.Students with financial need$5002NoJanuary 15 and July 15Ursela M. Lacer, Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation, 1850 Taylor Avenue, Suite #2, Louisville, KY 40213-1594, phone 502.456.3233, email ursela@kyhemo.org, website www.kyhemo.org
Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation Inc. Terry D. Turner Memorial ScholarshipMust be a Kentucky resident and/or receive treatment in Kentucky, have financial need, be enrolled full-time in postsecondary education/training and have or be an immediate family member of an individual with hemophilia or von Willebrand disease.No specific demographic$50017/15/2013Ursela M. Lacer, Kentucky Hemophilia Foundation, 1850 Taylor Avenue, Suite #2, Louisville, KY 40213-1594, phone 502.456.3233, email ursela@kyhemo.org, website www.kyhemo.org
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sportsmanship Recognition Scholarship
Must submit a completed application, head shot photo, 3- to 5- inch action shots of applicant, verification of no game disqualification for unsportsmanlike conduct, verification of at least a 2.5 GPA, 3 letters of recommendation and a typewritten essay of up to 2 pages discussing how applicant has used participating in athletics to grow in leadership roles both in the community and on teams and demonstrate leadership roles within the school and community.
Incoming freshmen$3,000 23/19/2013School Counselor
Kentucky High School Athletic Association National City/KHSAA Sweet 16® ScholarshipMust be a senior student-athlete in Kentucky and submit an application, official transcript, letter of recommendation and high school senior picture. Based on academic achievement, leadership at school and community service.Incoming freshmen$1,000 322/19/2013Butch Cope, KHSAA, 2280 Ex- ecutive Drive, Lexington, KY 40505
Kentucky High School Coaches Association Scholarship
Must be a graduating senior; be the son or daughter of a member of the Kentucky High School Coaches Association; have at least a 3.0 GPA in the 17 high school core classes through the first semester of the senior year and at least a 22 ACT/900 SAT composite score; plan to major in education; and submit 4 copies of high school transcript, first-semester of senior year report card, list of extracurricular activities, copy of ACT/ SAT scores, a letter of recommendation from high school principal or counselor, a letter of recommendation from a teacher, a 200-word typewritten essay on why student wants to enter the field of education and application at www.khsca.org. A student who receives a full academic or athletic scholarship as a college freshman is not eligible.Incoming freshmen$1,000 104/15/2013High school coach, www.khsca. org or high school counselor
Kentucky Housing Association John Crabb Memorial ScholarshipMust be a resident of a low- rent public housing program managed by a public housing authority or Section 8 Program; be a high school senior; meet income requirements as defined by HUD for housing; and be sponsored by an active member of the Kentucky Housing Association.
Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$20,000 1Yes3/31/2013Kentucky Housing Association, c/o Gerald Board, Lyon County Housing Authority, P.O. Box 190, Eddyville, KY 42038, phone 270.388.7108, email lyoncoun@bellsouth.net, website www.lcha.us/
Kentucky Housing Association ScholarshipMust be a resident of a low- rent public housing program managed by a public housing authority or Section 8 Program; be a high school senior, have graduated from high school, have received a GED from an accredited educational agency or be attending college; meet income requirements as defined by HUD for housing; and be sponsored by an active member of the Kentucky Housing Association.
Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$3,000 4Yes3/31/2013Kentucky Housing Association, c/o Gerald Board, Lyon County Housing Authority, P.O. Box 190, Eddyville, KY 42038, phone 270.388.7108, email lyoncoun@bellsouth.net, website www.lcha.us/
Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation ScholarshipMust be a current, retired or disabled Kentucky sworn police officer or telecommunicator or a survivor or dependent of the same and be accepted into an accredited college or university or a recognized vocational or trade school before the scholarship funds are awarded. A dependent family member, including surviving spouse, of an officer or telecommunicator killed in the line of duty will be given highest priority.Adult/non-traditional students, students with financial need$1,000-$2,000Up to 253/31/2013Scholarship Coordinator, Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation, Eastern Kentucky University, Funderburk Building, 521 Lancaster Avenue, Richmond, KY 40475-3102, phone 859.622.8081
Kentucky Migrant ScholarshipMust be a graduating senior of an accredited Kentucky high school or have received a GED during the current school year and must be or have been enrolled in a migrant education program in Kentucky during a portion of the application year; be accepted to a 2- or 4-year college or technical school and provide documentation of such acceptance; have at least a cumulative 2.0 GPA and at least a 17 ACT or comparable SAT score;  and submit 2 letters of recommendation, with 1 letter being from a high school teacher, principal or counselor from the school the student attends.
Incoming freshmenVariesCharlie Napier, 3030 Crab Orchard Road, Crab Orchard, KY 40419-9619

Kentucky Music Educators Association: Jim and Carolyn Fern Music Education ScholarshipMust have a declared music education major, be enrolled at a Kentucky college or university, be a junior and admit- ted to the teacher education program at the school, have at least 2 semesters of school remaining, have a GPA meeting minimum requirements for scholarship consideration at the school and be a U.S. citizen.Current students$1,000 1No6/1/2013Kentucky Music Educators As- sociation, P.O. Box 1058,
Richmond, KY 40476-1058, website www.kmea.org
Kentucky National Guard Historical Foundation Inc. Scholarship
Must be a dependent child of an active, retired or deceased Kentucky National Guard member and submit high school or applicable college transcripts, a recent photo and 3 character reference letters from public, educational and/or religious leaders who are not family members. Based on financial need, academic scholarship, personal character and leadership qualities.Students with financial needVaries6Kentucky National Guard Historical Foundation Inc., 1117 Louisville Road, Frankfort, KY 40601, phone 502.564.7500 or toll-free 800.251.2333
Kentucky Nursery and Landscape Association: Charles E. Wilson Scholarship
Must be a legal resident of Kentucky and be enrolled in a recognized horticulture or related program at any college, university or community college. No specific demographic$5001No5/31/2013Betsie Taylor, Kentucky Nursery and Landscape Association, 216 Pendleton
Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601
Kentucky PTA High School Senior Scholarship
Must be a Kentucky high school graduating senior, attend a school with a PTA/PTSA, plan to attend an accredited Kentucky college or university and plan to pursue a degree in education. Consideration given to financial need, academic achievement, personal remarks, career plans and involvement in school and community service. Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$500-$1,00062/15/2013Kentucky PTA Office, P.O. Box 654, Frankfort, KY 40602-0654, phone 502.226.6607, email kyptapattyh@bellsouth.net, website www.kypta.org
Kentucky PTA Parent Member ScholarshipMust be a member of a PTA/ PTSA in Kentucky, plan to attend an accredited Kentucky public college or university and be pursuing an undergraduate degree in education or a health field. Consideration given to financial need, number of dependents, career plans, involvement in PTA/PTSA work and letters of recommendation.Adult/non-traditional students, students with financial need$50012/15/2013Kentucky PTA Office, P.O. Box 654, Frankfort, KY 40602-0654, phone 502.226.6607, email kyptapattyh@bellsouth.net, website www.kypta.org
Kentucky Pork Council Women Scholarship
Must be a member of a pork producer family that is a member of Kentucky Pork Producers and have a GPA of 3.0 for high school and 2.0 for all college work.
Female students$500As many as possibleYes3/1/2013Bonnie Jolly, 1110 Hawkins Drive, Elizabethtown, KY 42701, email kypork@bbtel.com
Kentucky Propane Gas Association (KPGA): Thomas B. “Tommy” Bright Scholarship
Must be an undergraduate; be a Kentucky resident; be an employee or relative of an employee of a company belonging to the KPGA; and submit a completed online application, 2 letters of recommendation and most recent official transcript.Current students$1,000 33/15/2013School counselor or KPGA website www.kypropane.org
Kentucky Ready Mix Concrete Association Scholarship
 Must submit an essay on topic provided.No specific demographic10/31/2013School counselor or website www. krmca.org
Kentucky Restaurant Association Educational Foundation ScholarshipMust have been a Kentucky resident or have resided in an adjoining state within 25 miles of the Kentucky state line for the previous 18 months, complete an application, show proof of acceptance in a food service program, submit transcripts of grades from most recent period and provide recommendation letters from school and employer.No specific demographicBased on tuition and other criteriaJuly 1 and January 1Stacy Roof, Kentucky Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, 133 Evergreen Road, Suite 201, Louisville, KY 40243, phone 502.896.0464, email info@kyra.org, website www.kyra.org/mx/ hm.asp?id=scholinfo
Kentucky Retired Teachers Association: N. O. Kimbler Memorial ScholarshipMust be a Kentucky resident and an undergraduate student enrolled in one of Kentucky’s community colleges. The school selects the recipient by identifying a student who shows promise of becoming an excellent teacher.No specific demographic$1,400 16YesKentucky Retired Teachers Association, 7505 Bardstown Road, Louisville, KY 40291-4243, email info@krta.org, website www.krta.org
Kentucky Safety and Health Network Foundation Inc. ScholarshipMust major in a discipline of occupational safety and health, industrial hygiene or a related field; and be a resident of Kentucky, a nonresident attending a Kentucky university or a resident of Kentucky enrolled in an online program administered by a Kentucky university. An undergraduate student must have at least 60 semester hours and at least a 3.0 GPA. A graduate student must be carrying or have completed at least 9 semester hours and have at least a 3.5 GPA for all graduate work and a 3.0 GPA for all undergraduate work. Current studentsUp to $3,500Varies3/1/2013Kentucky Safety and Health Network Foundation Inc., P.O. Box 4087, Frankfort, KY 40602-4087, phone 502.564.3070, website www.kshn.net
Kentucky School Boards Association: First Degree College Scholarship
Must reside in a household in which neither the parents, guardians nor siblings have earned a college degree and have at least a 20 in reading on the ACT during the junior or senior year at the time of nomination.Incoming freshmen$2,500 211/30/2013Brad Hughes, Kentucky School Boards Association, 260 Democrat Drive, Frankfort, KY 40601, phone 502.695.4630, email brad.hughes@ksba.org, website www.ksba.org
Kentucky School Media Association Scholarship
Must be a resident of Kentucky and be a full- or part-time undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in or accepted into a state-accredited program leading to certification as a school media librarian. Prior recipients may reapply.No specific demographic$200No6/1/2013School counselor or www.kysma.org
Kentucky School Plant Management Association Scholarship
Must demonstrate academic excellence; major in an area that will lead to a degree, certification or license that can lead to employment by a school district in maintenance or operational services field; and submit an application, letters of recommendation and essay.No specific demographicUp to $2,000Up to 5Yes4/1/2013www.kspma.org
Kentucky Sheriff’s Association: Robert E. (Bobby) Thomas Memorial Scholarship
Must submit a 200- to 300-word essay stating career goals and why student is deserving of the scholarship and a true copy of student’s transcripts from high school if student is a graduating senior. If student is currently enrolled in a college or university, a true copy of cumulative records will be used.
No specific demographicUp to $1,000Up to 108/1/2013Sheriff Charlie Williams, 100 Public Square, Elizabethtown, KY 42701, website http://kentuckysheriffs.ky.gov
Kentucky Society Daughters of the American Revolution ScholarshipMust have at least a 3.0 GPA and submit an application, a transcript, a 500-word composition indicating student’s career objectives and major goal in life, a letter signed by the sponsoring DAR Chapter Regent and background information about the student’s curriculum, school and civic activities, hobbies and interests.
Female students$5001No2/1/2013School Counselor
Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants Accounting Scholarship

Must be a Kentucky resident or be attending a Kentucky college or university, be majoring in accounting, be a full-time graduate student or undergraduate who is at least a sophomore at the time of application, have a 2.75 overall GPA and a 3.0 accounting GPA and have completed Principles of Accounting.
Current students$1,000-$2,50030-401/31/2013Becky Ackerman, Kentucky Society of CPAs, 1735 Alliant Avenue, Louisville, KY 40299, phone 502.266.5272 or 800.292.1754, email backerman@kycpa.org, website www.cpa2be.org
Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants John Brown Scholarship
Must be an accounting major at the University of Louisville or Bellarmine University.No specific demographicVariesVaries1/31/2013Becky Ackerman, Kentucky Society of CPAs, 1735 Alliant Avenue, Louisville, KY 40299, phone 502.266.5272 or 800.292.1754, email backerman@kycpa.org, website www.cpa2be.org
Kentucky Sons of the American Legion: John Keys Scholarship
Must be enrolled in a postsecondary institution in Kentucky or a bordering state; be a member of the Kentucky Sons of the American Legion whose membership dues for the current year are paid or be an honorably discharged veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces who is a legal resident of Kentucky; and submit a cover letter, completed and signed application, verification of enrollment, most recent grade report and proof of eligibility.
Military veteransVariesVariesApplications accepted on a continuous basisJohn Keys Scholarship Fund, c/o Independence Squadron 275, P.O. Box 18791, Erlanger, KY 41018, email johnkeys.scholars@fuse.net or sal275@fuse.net
Kentucky Speech-Language- Hearing Association Stanley Award
Must submit a transcript to validate GPA and program enrollment; a current résumé demonstrating academic achievement, employment history and relevant activities at either or both the graduate or undergraduate level; a typewritten 250-to 500-word essay that includes explanation of financial need, description of professional philosophy and future plans and goals as a speech language pathologist or audiologist; and 2 letters of recommendation from program faculty written on the school’s letterhead.Current studentsVariesVaries11/15/2013www.ksha.info
Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association Steckol Award
Must submit a transcript to validate GPA and program enrollment; a current résumé demonstrating academic achievement, employment history and relevant activities at either or both the graduate or undergraduate level; a typewritten 250-to 500-word essay that includes explanation of financial need, description of professional philosophy and future plans and goals as a speech language pathologist or audiologist; and 2 letters of recommendation from program faculty written on the school’s letterhead.Current studentsVariesVaries11/15/2013www.ksha.info
Kentucky State Police Professional Association Scholarship
Must be a member of the Kentucky State Police Professional Association or a family member of a KSPPA member.No specific demographic$1,000 All eligible students5/1/2013Kentucky State Police Professional Association, 633 Chamberlin Avenue, Frankfort, KY 40601
Kentucky Wildlife Federation Foundation Inc. Scholarship
Must be a Kentucky resident; be enrolled in an accredited college or university in Kentucky; have completed the freshman year of college or university study; maintain a “B” average or above; and pursue a course of study leading to a degree in fisheries or wildlife biology, parks and recreation, conservation law enforcement or one of the environmental sciences that will lead to an equivalent degreeCurrent students$5003YesDecember 30 and June 1Michael Meredith, Treasurer, KWFF, 1409 Silent Grove Church Road, Brownsville, KY 42210
Kentucky Women in Agriculture Scholarship
Must be a female Kentucky resident; be a junior, senior or graduate student at a Kentucky college or university; have at least a 2.5 GPA; and submit an official college transcript, a statement of up to 500 words about career goals for working in agriculture and how this scholarship will support academic pursuits, and 2 letters of recommendation verifying why applicant fits the criteria.
Female students, current students$1,000 15/20/2013Scholarship Coordinator, Kentucky Women in Agriculture Inc., P.O. Box 4409, Lexington, KY 40544, phone 877.266. 8823, email info@kywomeninag.com, website www.kywomeninag.com
Kids Chance of Kentucky Scholarship
Must be a child who had a parent seriously, catastrophically or fatally injured in an employment-related accident and who is a Kentucky resident between 16 and 25 years old. The financial impact of the parent’s injury or death will be a major consideration.Students with financial needUp to $1,500VariesYesApril 15 and October 30School counselor or Scholarship Committee, Kids Chance of Kentucky, P.O. Box 910234, Lexington, KY 40591, phone 859.219.0194, email gdavis5@windstream.net, website www.kidschanceky.org
Susan G. Komen for the Cure Scholarship
Must have lost a parent to breast cancer; be a high school graduate or a high school senior or have received the equivalent of a high school diploma; plan to attend a state-supported college or university in the state where student resides; have a college 2.8 GPA (if already attending college); be no older than 25 by May; be a U.S. citizen or documented permanent resident; and never at any time have been subject to any disciplinary action by any institution or entity, including, but not limited to, any educational or law enforcement agency. No specific demographic$10,000 Up to 52/15/2013School counselor or visit www. komen.org/scholarship
Kute_Family_ScholarshipRecipients must be non-traditional, female students with at least a 2.5 GPA.Adult/non-traditional students, female students$1,000 13/15/2013Meredith Zahirovic
Community Leadership Associate, meredithz@commun
Laura Blackburn Memorial ScholarshipMust be a Kentucky resident and the child, grandchild or great-grandchild of a veteran who served in the Armed Forces during eligibility dates for membership in the American Legion.No specific demographic$1,000 13/31/2013American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Kentucky, P.O. Box 5435, Frankfort, KY 40602-5435, phone 502.352.2380, or www.kyamlegionaux.org
LNSF General AwardsRecipients must be Latino students. Grades and academic performance will serve as indicators of potential; however, an emphasis may be placed on the individuals motivation, sincerity, and community involvementHispanic students$250-$1,000Community Leadership
LNSF Honors AwardsRecipients must be Latino students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and an ACT score of 23 or higher and/or an SAT score of 1100 or higher.Hispanic students$500-$2000Associate
LNSF National Scholastic Achievement AwardsRecipients must be Latino students with a GPA of 3.5 or above and an ACT score of 29 or higher and/or an SAT score of 1350 or higher.Hispanic students$2,000 scholarships@lnesc.org
Louisville Advertising Education Foundation ScholarshipMust attend a Louisville area college or university and major in an advertising-related program.No specific demographicUp to $2,500Advertising Federation of Louisville, 200 Distillery
Commons, Suite 100, Louisville, KY 40206, phone, 502.582.2444
Louisville Agricultural Club Corley Brown Memorial Scholarship
Must be an outstanding high school senior; plan to major in agriculture at an agricultural college in Kentuck or Indiana; and reside in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer or Trimble County, Kentucky, or Clark, Floyd or Harrison County, Indiana. Based on academic achievement, leadership qualities, character, citizenship and participation in activities other than school work.
Incoming freshmen$2,000 13/31/2013Howard A. Kamin, Fund Manager, Louisville Agricultural Club, c/o Jefferson County Cooperative Extension Service, 810 Barret Avenue, Louisville, KY 40204-1782, phone 502.569.2344
Louisville Agricultural Club Howard Kamin ScholarshipMust be an outstanding high school senior; plan to major in agriculture at an agricultural college in Kentuck or Indiana; and reside in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer or Trimble County, Kentucky, or Clark, Floyd or Harrison County, Indiana. Based on academic achievement, leadership qualities, character, citizenship and participation in activities other than school work.Incoming freshmen$3,600 13/31/2013Howard A. Kamin, Fund Manager, Louisville Agricultural Club, c/o Jefferson County Cooperative Extension Service, 810 Barret Avenue, Louisville, KY 40204-1782, phone 502.569.2344
Louisville Agricultural Club Charles Keen Memorial Scholarship
Must be an outstanding high school senior; plan to major in agriculture at an agricultural college in Kentuck or Indiana; and reside in Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer or Trimble County, Kentucky, or Clark, Floyd or Harrison County, Indiana. Based on academic achievement, leadership qualities, character, citizenship and participation in activities other than school work.Incoming freshmen$2,000 13/31/2013Howard A. Kamin, Fund Manager, Louisville Agricultural Club, c/o Jefferson County Cooperative Extension Service, 810 Barret Avenue, Louisville, KY 40204-1782, phone 502.569.2344
Louisville Metro Housing Authority Scholarship
Must be a talented, motivated and successful student living in a public housing development or receiving Section 8 assistance from the Louisville Metro Housing Authority. Based on GPA, financial need, other financial aid, essay and interview. In college, student must maintain at least a 2.0 GPA and be a full-time student.Students with financial need, incoming freshmenUp to $2,000Varies5/1/2013Janice Burns or Dan Farrell, Louisville Metro Housing Authority, 420 South Eighth Street, Louisville, KY 40203, phone 502.569.3424
H.L. Lyons III Memorial ScholarshipMust have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA and experience working in a technical trade, vocation or manufacturing job or demonstrate an aptitude for a technical trade or vocation. Preference given to a student who is employed in the manufacturing field or who has a parent employed by a manufacturing company. Financial need considered but not a requirement.Current studentsAt least $1,000Varies3/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Maj. Gen. Benjamin J. Butler “Century Division” ScholarshipMust  be an active, retired or former member  of the U.S. Army 100th Infantry  Division or any of its successor designations or be a direct lineal descendant of one of the forgoing individuals; be a graduating high school senior or a high school graduate; have been accepted to a college or university; have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA; and demonstrate financial need, qualities of good citizenship and patriotism, as indicated by community service and leadership positions.Military veterans, incoming freshmen$1,000 5/1/2013Meredith Spann, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Mary Barrett
Marshall Scholarship
Must be the daughter, wife, sister, widow or granddaughter of a veteran; be a high school or GED graduate; visit the nearest auxiliary unit when requesting the scholarship; be a 5-year resident of Kentucky, and attend attend college in Kentucky.Female students$1,000 4/1/2013Chairman Lois Smith, 812 Madison Street, Rockport, IN 47653, phone 812.649.2163 (send SASE #10)
David C. and Emma W. Miles McElvaney Memorial ScholarshipMust be an African-American student graduating  from any Jefferson County public  school, have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and plan to attend a 4-year college or university. Preference given to a student who will be the first in the family to attend college. African-American students, incoming freshmenUp to $1,000Varies3/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Fred and Lena Meijer ScholarshipMust an undergraduate student attending a college, university or technical school part- or full-time; be employed by Meijer with at least 1 year of continuous service on the application deadline date, or be the dependent child (natural, legally adopted, or stepchild) of a current Meijer team member who has been employed by Meijer with at least 1 year of continuous service on the application deadline date; or be a dependent child of a former Meijer team member who worked for Meijer for at least 1 year, but whose employment was terminated due to death, retirement or total and permanent disability.
No specific demographic$2,500-$10,000Varies4/1/2013Grand Rapids Community Foundation, 616.454.1751; Meijer Human Resources Contact Center, 800.346.8281, or intercompany tie line 8.982.5750; or www.grfoundation.org
Mental Health America of Kentucky Inc. Antoinette C. Hodes Memorial Scholarship
Must be a college student enrolled in a Kentucky public or private college, have volunteered or worked in a mental health-related environment and be considering or engaged in a course of study in the mental health field (allied health, medicine, nursing, psychology, social work, etc.).No specific demographic$1,000 1 to 29/1/2013Mental Health America of Kentucky, 120 Sears Avenue, Suite 213, Louisville, KY 40207, phone 502.893.0460 in Louisville, toll free 888.705.0463, email mhaky@mhaky.org, website www.mhaky.org
Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) ScholarshipMust  be  an immediate family member of an active duty service member, National  Guard or Reserve, of a retired military  or deceased military sponsor, or a son or daughter or grandson or grand-daughter of a Fort Knox Area Chapter, MOAA, member or auxiliary member; not be the recipient of a full 4-year scholarship; demonstrate extracurricular activities, honors, awards and volunteer work; and submit an essay.
No specific demographic$5009AprilSchool Counselor
Miss Kentucky Scholarship

Must be a local pageant winner and compete in the Miss Kentucky Scholarship pageant.Female students$5002Jamie Breeding, Miss Kentucky Scholarship Organization, 3284 Shoal Lake Drive, Lexington, KY 40515, phone 859.273.4931, email jamiebreed@aol.com
Monty’s Plant Food FFA ScholarshipMust be a high school senior; be a member of FFA; be a resident of Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee or Virginia; live on a family farm and be involved in producing corn, soybeans, tobacco, peanuts or vegetables; plan to pursue postsecondary education and study agronomy and crop science, sustainable agriculture, soil science or soil conservation; have at least a 3.25 high school GPA; have at least a 1280 SAT or 22 ACT score; have participated in community service; and demonstrate strong leadership skills.
Incoming freshmen$1,000 42/15/2013School counselor or Scholarship Coordinator, Monty’s Plant Food Company, 4800 Strawberry Lane, Louisville, KY 40209, website www.montysplantfood.com
My Recipe - My Heritage ScholarshipRecipients must be US citizens and foreign students currently attending a US college, university, or another institution of higher education; awarded based upon quality of a submitted essay.No specific demographicUp to $1,5006Entries close following the first 200 submissions.http://www.fastrecipes.com/scholarship2010/
Nathan Leach “Reach for the Stars” ScholarshipMust be a graduating high school senior; a member of the Commonwealth Credit Union; and be accepted as an incoming freshman at an accredited college, university or trade school.Incoming freshmen$4,000 13/16/2013Andrea Hayes, Commonwealth Credit Union, 417 High Street, Frankfort, KY 40601, phone 502.564.4775  or 800.228.6420, email ahayes@cwcu.org,
website www.ccuky.org.
National Association of Black Accountants National Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be an ethnic minority, be currently enrolled at a four-year United States college or university as a full-time (12 semester hours or equivalent), undergraduate freshman, sophomore, junior, or first-year senior accounting, finance, or business major, and meet a minimum GPA requirementAfrican-American or other minority students$1,000-$5,00040-7031-JanNABA, Inc. 7474 Greenway Center Drive, Suite 1120, Greenbelt, Maryland 20770; Phone: 301-474-NABA, Fax: 301-474-3114
National Garden Clubs ScholarshipMust be majoring in a subject related to horticulture, floriculture, landscape design, botany, plant pathology, forestry, land management or an allied subject; maintain a “B” average; be a junior, senior, or graduate student at the time the award is used; complete a detailed application; and submit financial aid records and transcripts.Current students$3,500 1-Marwww.gardenclubky.org/
National Grocers Association Inc.: Asparagus Club Scholarship
Must be a high school senior or college freshman, sophomore or junior; be a full-time student; have financial need; and have an interest in a career in the grocery industry.Students with financial need$500-$1,500401-MayTom Wenning, Asparagus Club Scholarships, National Grocers Association Inc., 1005 North Glebe Road, Suite 250, Arlington, VA 22201
National Institute of Health Undergraduate Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research.Students with financial needUp to $20,000Yes1-MarUndergraduate Scholarship Program
Office of Intramural Training & Education
National Institutes of Health - DHHS
2 Center Drive: Building 2 / Room 2E24
Bethesda, Maryland 20892-0230; Fax: 301-594-9606; Email: ugsp@nih.gov
National Patient Advocate Foundation Scholarship for SurvivorsMust be a Kentucky resident under the age of 25; be a survivor of or a patient diagnosed with cancer or a critical or life-threatening disease or illness; maintain a 3.0 GPA; be a full-time student; sign an agreement to complete 20 hours of community service for the year the scholarship is dispensed; provide written confirmation from a supervisor when the service has been completed; submit a completed application, an essay (no more than 1,000 words) on how diagnosis has impacted life and future goals, a copy of an acceptance letter from the college, university or vocational-technical school student plans to attend, and written documentation from treating physician stating medical history; provide 2 letters of recommendation from non-related persons (teachers, coaches, community leaders) and an official high school and/or current college transcript (to include school seal); and demonstrate financial need, including a copy of the first 2 pages of tax return.

Current students$3,000 14/12/2013Ruth Anne Reed, Vice President of Human Resource Programs, 700 Thimble
Shoals Boulevard, Suite 200, Newport News, VA 23606
NBNA Scholarship ProgramRecipients must be a member of the National Black Nurses Association and a member of a local chapter, be currently enrolled in a nursing program (B.S.N., A.D., Diploma or L.P.N. / L.V.N.), and be in good scholastic standing at the time of application.African-American adult/non-traditional students$500-$2,000National Black Nurses Association
Scholarship Committee/Estella A. Lazenby
8630 Fenton Street, Suite 330
Silver Spring, MD 20910; elazenby@nbna.org
NSBP Arthur BC Walker ScholarshipRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students$1,000 1No1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NSBP Charles S. Brown Scholarship in PhysicsAfrican-American studentsNo1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NBSP Elmer S. Imes Scholarship in PhysicsRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NSBP Harry L. Morrison ScholarshipRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students$1,000 1No1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NSBP Harvey Washington Banks Scholarship in AstronomyRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students$1,000 1No1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NSBP Michael P. Anderson Scholarship in Space ScienceRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students$1,000 1No1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NSBP Robert A. Ellis Scholarship in PhysicsRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NSBP Ronald E. McNair Scholarship in Space and Optical PhysicsRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students$1,000 1No1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NSBP Walter Samuel McAfee Scholarship in Space PhysicsRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students$1,000 1No1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
NSBP Willie Hobbs Moore ScholarshipRecipients must be declared physics majors in their junior or senior year.African-American students$1,000 1No1-Dec1100 N. Glebe Road Suite 1010 Arlington, VA 22201; www.nbsp.org
Optimist Club Essay Contest Scholarship
Must be under 19 years old by December 31 and submit an essay on a specified topic.No specific demographic$2,500 No28-FebLocal club president
Papa John’s Scholars ScholarshipMust be a high school senior and have at least a 2.5 GPA.Incoming freshmen$1,000 No27-JanScholarship Administrator, P.O. Box 22426, Louisville, KY 40252, phone 800.865.9373
Peggy Sherrell Memorial
Scholarship
Must be a nontraditional, degree- or certificate-seeking student who has shown courage in dealing with epilepsy and seizures, commitment to education and perseverance in eliminating the obstacles that epilepsy and seizures may present. Students with disabilities, adult/non-traditional students$1,000 130-MayEpilepsy Foundation of Kentuckiana, Kosair Charities Centre, 982 Eastern Parkway, Louisville, KY 40217, phone 502.637.4440, website www.efky.org

Nelle Peterson Memorial Art Scholarship
Must be a graduating high school senior from Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham or Shelby County, Kentucky, or Clark, Floyd or Harrison County, Indiana; have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA; and major in commercial or fine art.Incoming freshmen$1,500 1Louisville Artisans Guild, P.O. Box 7172, Louisville, KY 40202
Presbyterian Church Native American Education Grant
Must be an Alaska Native or Native American pursuing full-time postsecondary education, be a high school graduate or GED recipient and demonstrate financial need. Preference given to a member of Presbyterian Church (USA).Native American students, students with financial aid$1,500 Yes1-JunPhone 800.728.7228, ext. 5224, email finaid@pcusa.org
Presbyterian Church Study Grant
Must demonstrate financial need, be in good academic standing, be a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA), be enrolled full-time, be studying in a Presbyterian Church (USA)-related seminary, be recommended by the financial aid officer at that seminary, be studying for the first professional degree and be enrolled as an inquirer or candidate by a Presbyterian Church (USA) presbytery for a church occupation or be planning to take a position within Presbyterian Church (USA).
Students with financial need$4,000 Yes15-JunPhone 800.728.7228, ext. 5224, email finaid@pcusa.org
Presbyterian Church National Presbyterian College
Scholarship
Must be preparing to enter as a full-time freshman into one of the participating colleges related to the Presbyterian Church (USA), be a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA), be a high school senior, be recommended by church pastor, submit high school transcript, take the SAT/ACT exam by December 15 of the senior year in high school, have at least a 2.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need. Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$1,500 4Yes1-JunPhone 800.728.7228, ext. 5224, email finaid@pcusa.org
Presbyterian Church Samuel Robinson Award
Must be a junior or senior enrolled full-time in a college or university related to the Presbyterian Church (USA), be a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA), submit a 2,000-word essay on an assigned topic and recite to the chaplain or designated person on campus the answers to the Westminster Shorter Catechism.Current students$5,000 1-AprPhone 800.728.7228, ext. 5224, email finaid@pcusa.org
Presbyterian Church Student Opportunity Scholarship
Must be a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA), apply after completion of first year of college, be recommended by church pastor, be enrolled full-time at a fully accredited college or university in the U.S., submit current transcript that notes the degree program student is seeking, have at least a 2.5 GPA, demonstrate financial need and be seeking a first undergraduate degree. Preference given to an African American, Alaska Native, Asian American, Hispanic American or Native American.
African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, students with financial need, current students$3,000 2Yes1-JunPhone 800.728.7228, ext. 5224, email finaid@pcusa.org
The Race for Education John Deere ScholarshipMust be pursuing a career in an agricultural-related industry; be an undergraduate; be no more than 24 years old as of September 1 of the application year; have a 2.85 cumulative GPA; have an annual household income of less than $75,000 or be financially independent from parents; and submit an essay, 2 letters of recommendation and current official transcript. Must apply online.Current students$5,000 128-FebThe Race for Education, 1818 Versailles Road, Lexington, KY 40504, phone 859.252.8648, email info@raceforeducation.org, website www.raceforeducation.org
The Race for Education Horsemen’s ScholarshipMust be the child of a racetrack, backside or horse farm employee (including but not limited to foremen, grooms, hot walkers, assistant trainers, riders and maintenance and office workers); be 24 years old or younger by September; have at least a 2.85 cumulative GPA; and submit an essay of 500 words on a given topic. Household income may not exceed $75,000 per year or must be financially independent from parents. Must apply online.
Students with financial needUp to $24,000Varies15-AprThe Race for Education, 1818 Versailles Road, Lexington, KY 40504, phone 859.252.8648, email info@raceforeducation.org, website www.raceforeducation.org
The Race for Education Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) ScholarshipMust be a Kentucky resident, be a current full-time student at a Kentucky college or university in an equine program, have at least a 2.5 GPA and be a current KEEP member.
Current studentsUp to $5,00051-MayThe Race for Education, 1818 Versailles Road, Lexington, KY 40504, phone 859.252.8648, email info@raceforeducation.org, website www.raceforeducation.org
The Race for Education Thoroughbred ScholarshipMust plan to pursue an equine-related career, such as pre-veterinary medicine (equine only), agricultural science with equine focus, racetrack management or equine business management; be 24 years old or younger by September; and have at least a 2.85 cumulative GPA; and submit an essay of 500 words on a given topic. Household income may not exceed $75,000 per year or must be financially independent from parents. Must apply online.Students with financial needUp to $24,000Varies28-FebThe Race for Education, 1818 Versailles Road, Lexington, KY 40504, phone 859.252.8648, email info@raceforeducation.org, website www.raceforeducation.org
Rubbertown-Shively Class Scholarship
Must be a high school graduate or have a GED certificate and reside within a 2-mile radius of 4200 Camp Ground Road, Louisville (the plant site of E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co.). Prior college credit hours are desirable but not necessary.
Current studentsVariesVaries15-MarMeredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Sam Tepper Memorial ScholarshipRecipients must be a major in one of the pure sciences, of sophomore, junior or senior standing, not in receipt of any other scholarships or grants, and from a family whose income falls between $88,000 and $250,000/year.
No specific demographic$2,000 1No15-MarSam Tepper Memorial Scholarship Foundation, 32 Home Place, Staten Island, NY 10302
Shannon O’Daniel Memorial Scholarship
Must be a college-bound high school senior who has shown courage in dealing with epilepsy and seizures, commitment to education and perseverance in eliminating the obstacles that epilepsy and seizures may present.Students with disabilities, incoming freshmen$1,000 130-MayEpilepsy Foundation of Kentuckiana, Kosair Charities Centre, 982 Eastern Parkway, Louisville, KY 40217, phone 502.637.4440, website www.efky.org

Harry Isaac Shrader ScholarshipMust be a Jewish student living in Jefferson County and demonstrate financial need.Students with financial needUp to $5,00015-MarMeredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Brice Simpson Memorial ScholarshipMust be a Fern Creek High School graduating senior, have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and be a member of the Junior Marine ROTC Unit.
Incoming freshmenAt least $1,000115-MarFern Creek High School Junior Marine ROTC Unit, 9115 Fern Creek Road, Louisville, KY 40291
Laura Lea Sipes Memorial ScholarshipMust be a resident of Jefferson County, be a female, have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA, attend a recognized college or university, be a full-time student, demonstrate financial need and have overcome an obstacle in life.Female students, students with financial need, current studentsAt least $1,000Varies15-MarMeredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
C. L. Smith Scholarship
Must be a Fern Creek High School graduating senior, have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and be a member of the Junior Marine ROTC Unit.
Incoming freshmen$50015-MarFern Creek High School Junior Marine ROTC Unit, 9115 Fern Creek Road, Louisville, KY 40291
Society of Exploration Geophysicists Foundation ScholarshipsRecipients must be students who are either attending high school and planning to enter college next fall or undergraduate or graduate college students whose grades are above average; recipients must be intending to pursue a college curriculum directed toward a career in applied geophysics or a closely related field, such as geosciences, physics, geology, or earth and environmental sciences.No specific demographic$500-$14,000Varies1-MarSociety of Exploration Geophysicists
PO Box 702740
Tulsa, OK 74170-2740
United States; Main telephone: +1.918.497.5500; Fax: +1.918.497.5557
Society of Professional Journalists: Bluegrass Pro Chapter ScholarshipMust demonstrate a strong commitment to becoming a professional print, broadcast or online journalist; be a Kentucky resident and/or attend a Kentucky college or university; and have completed 3 semesters of postsecondary education as a full-time student.Current students$1,000 24/1/2013Liz Hansen, Society of Professional Journalists, Bluegrass Pro Chapter, 976 Stonewall Road, Lexington, KY 40504, phone 859.622.1488, email liz.hansen@ eku.edu
Southeastern States Pupil Transportation Conference: Buster Bynum Education ScholarshipMust have a parent or guardian in the public school pupil transportation field for the past 5 years; must have a gross taxable family income of less than $75,000 for each of the past 5 tax years; be a graduating high school senior of a public high school in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia or West Virginia; have at least a 3.0 GPA; and plan to attend a postsecondary educational institution during the fall semester after graduation. Based on scholarship, leadership, citizenship, service and essay.
Students with financial need, incoming freshmen$1,000 2 per state5/15/2013High school counselor or Cheri Meadows, c/o Kentucky Department of Education, 500 Mero Street, CPT 15, Frankfort, KY 40601
Stratton/Tipton Scholarship
Must meet special needs criteria and submit an essay on student’s occupational objective.Students with disabilities, adult/non-traditional students, incoming freshmen$5002No4/15/2013Mary Poole, Co-Chairperson, Madisonville Community College, 2000 College Drive, Madisonville, KY 42431, email mary.poole@kctcs.edu
Raymond Leigh Memorial ScholarshipPreference given to a land surveying student, a Kentucky resident and Kentucky Association of Professional Surveyors member/family member. Need and financial ability are also considered. No specific demographic$1,500 111/23/2013Financial Aid office of colleges and universities or John A. St. Clair, 138 Willow Wood Drive, Mount Washington, KY 40047-7270, phone 502.538.6616, email jjsaint@ windstream.net; or visit www.kaps1.com/scholarship
Rep. John Harper Memorial ScholarshipPreference given to a land surveying student, a Kentucky resident and Kentucky Association of Professional Surveyors member/family member. Need and financial ability are also considered. No specific demographic$1,000 111/23/2013Financial Aid office of colleges and universities or John A. St. Clair, 138 Willow Wood Drive, Mount Washington, KY 40047-7270, phone 502.538.6616, email jjsaint@ windstream.net; or visit www.kaps1.com/scholarship
Ronald McDonald House Corporation ScholarshipsRecipients must be a high school senior younger than 21 years old, be eligible to attend a two- or four-year college, university or technical school with a full course of study, and be a legal U.S. resident.Students with financial need4RMHC@applyists.com; 855-670-4787
Ron Brown Scholarship ProgramThe Ron Brown Scholar Program seeks to identify African-American high school seniors who will make significant contributions to society. Applicants must excel academically, exhibit exceptional leadership potential, participate in community service activities and demonstrate financial need. The applicant must be a US citizen or hold a permanent resident visa card.African-American students, students with financial need$10,000 At least 10Yes9-JanRon Brown Scholar Program
1160 Pepsi Place, Suite 206
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Phone: 434 964 1588
Fax: 434 964 1589
E-mail: info@ronbrown.org
Thaddeus Colson and Isabelle Saalwaechter Fitzpatrick Memorial Scholarship
Must be female; a sophomore, junior or senior at a Kentucky public university; have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA; be a Kentucky resident; be enrolled full-time; seek an undergraduate degree; and major in an environmentally related program (agriculture, biology, environmental engineering, environmental studies, horticulture, etc.).Female students, current studentsUp to $5,00015-MarMeredith Spann, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Margaret and Lee Thomas ScholarshipMust reside in Jefferson County, attend graduate or undergraduate school on a full-time basis, have at least a 2.8 cumulative GPA and demonstrate financial need. Students with financial needUp to $1,00015-MarMeredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Brandon Ray Tong Memorial ScholarshipMust be a DeSales High School graduating senior in good academic standing, plan to enroll in a 2- or 4-year college or university and be diagnosed with a learning disability or difference or struggle with academics.Students with disabilities, incoming freshmenTo be determined15-MarDeSales High School, 425 West Kenwood Drive, Louisville, KY 40214
Tourism Cares: NTA Pat and Jim Host Scholarship
Must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States; be a permanent resident of Kentucky; be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a travel and tourism- or hospitality-related program of study; demonstrate a clear focus on and commitment to the tourism-subject area (only for graduate student); be enrolled at an accredited 4-year college or university in the United States; be an entering sophomore (minimum 30 credit hours completed at the end of semester), junior (minimum 60 credit hours completed at end of semester) or senior (minimum 90 credit hours completed at end of semester) of undergraduate study or any year of graduate study in the upcoming fall semester; and have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Current students$1,000 19-AprDanielle Belanger, Tourism Cares, 275 Turnpike Street, Suite 307, Canton, MA 02021, email danielleb@tourismcares.org, website www.tourismcares.org
M. H. Tuggle Scholarship
Must have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA, reside in the Metro Louisville area and demonstrate financial need. Preference given to a minority student.African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or other minority students, students with financial needVaries15-MarMeredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
UPS James E. Casey Scholarship
Must be the child of a regular full-time or part-time UPS employee, plan to enroll in an accredited 4-year institution upon graduation, complete an application for award during junior year of high school and take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in October of the junior year of high school. Application materials will be available in the fall.Incoming freshmen$2000-$600028-FebUPS Human Resources Department
UPS Earn and Learn Program ScholarshipMust work in the Louisville Air District as a part-time employee and attend an approved school.Adult/non-tradtional studentsUp to $3,000YesUPS Employment Center, phone 502.359.1877 or website www.upsjobs.com to schedule an interview for employment
UPS George D. Smith Scholarship
Must be a high school senior at the time of application, have a parent or legal guardian who has been a regular full- or part-time UPS employee for at least 1 year as of the application deadline date and plan to enroll full-time in courses of study that are 2 years or less. Application materials will be available in the fall.Incoming freshmen$500-$2,00028-FebUPS Human Resources Department
UPS Metropolitan College ProgramMust be a part-time Air District employee who has a work start time between 9 p.m. and 4 a.m., be enrolled at either Jefferson Community and Technical College or the University of Louisville, submit a FAFSA, complete an online planning session and online student transition program, and sign a Metro College Student AgreementAdult/non-traditional studentsDeferred tuition at the in-state rateYesUPS Employment Center, phone 502.359.1877 or www.upsjobs.com to schedule an interview for employment
Valley High School Class of 1957 Scholarship
Must be a Valley High School graduating senior; demonstrate academic achievement, leadership abilities, extracurricular involvement and community service; and have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA.Incoming freshmen$1,000 115-MarMeredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
Jim Varney Scholarship
Must be a Kentucky or Tennessee high school senior who aspires to a career in theater and/or drama or plans to continue current involvement in the performing arts during college and after receipt of the degree; plan to enroll full-time in the University of California, Los Angeles, College of Letters and Science; have at least a 3.75 GPA; submit a statement of intent to register for the fall quarter, a FAFSA by March 2, completed scholarship application and an essay; and be eligible for financial aid.
Incoming freshmenNonresident room, board, and tuition at UCLAYes31-MarJim Varney Scholarship, UCLA Scholarship Resource Center, 330 De Neve Drive, 233 Covel Commons, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Vaughn Williamson ScholarshipMust  plan to pursue a degree in family and  consumer sciences at a Kentucky college or university, be an active FCCLA member who has made outstanding contributions to FCCLA, have at least a 3.0 high school GPA, possess desirable personal qualities and demonstrate leadership in school and community.Incoming freshmen115-FebState Adviser, Kentucky Association of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America, 2110 Capital Plaza Tower, 500 Mero Street, Frankfort, KY 40601
Vogt Achievement Scholarship
Must be a Jefferson County public high school graduating senior; have at least a 25 ACT score or 1150 SAT score; have completed coursework in a JCPS advanced program, College Board advanced placement or precollege curriculum; and demonstrate leadership abilities in community service, cocurricular, extracurricular activities or school activities. A student who has a lower ACT or SAT score but at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA may be considered. Incoming freshmen$10,000 1 at each public high school in Jefferson County30-NovSchool Counselor
West Kentucky Community and Technical College Alumni Scholarship
Must submit 2 letters of recommendation and a brief paragraph as to why student is applying for the scholarship. Based on at least a 2.5 GPA, class rank and ACT score. Extracurricular activities will be considered. Preference given to an African-American student. First preference given to a high school senior, then a 2nd-year student enrolled at West Kentucky Community and Technical College, then a nontraditional student.African-American students, incoming freshmen, adult/non-traditional students$500Yes10-MarSchool counselor or www.westkyalumni.org
Whayne Supply Company: Louis A. Neichter - WhayneTech Scholarship
Must reside in the Whayne Supply Company service area, plan to enter the field of heavy equipment or diesel engine technology, provide character references, demonstrate career potential and participate in a KCTCS personal interview. Must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA and at least a 90% high school attendance record to qualify for the 2-year award.
Incoming freshmen$1,500 VariesYes1-AprKentucky Community and Technical College System schools with diesel programs or Ray Genet, Whayne Supply Company, phone 800.494.2963 ext. 71386, email Ray_Genet@Whayne.com, website www.whayne.com
WLJC Scholarship
Must have at least a 2.5 GPA, be drug/alcohol free, have no criminal record, be seeking a college degree or vocational certification, major or minor in broadcasting and submit a letter of recommendation and a 1-page typed essay.
No specific demographic$1,000 115-AprScholarship Coordinator, WLJC- TV/FM, 219 WLJC Drive, Beattyville, KY 41311, phone 606.464.3600, email wljc@wljc.com, website www.wljc.com
Women Leading Kentucky Carrie S. Shumate Legacy ScholarshipMust be a graduating high school senior in Kentucky, be female, demonstrate leadership in community and high school, have at least a 3.0 GPA and submit a copy of transcript and a 300-word essay that addresses goals for the future.Female students, incoming freshmen$1,000 1Complete the online application, at http://womenleadingky.com/scholarships/
Women Leading Kentucky ScholarshipsRecipients must be a female undergraduate student (freshman, sophomore or junior) enrolled full time at a Kentucky college/university, have a G.P.A. of 3.0 or better, and have demonstrated leadership abilities on campus and/or in the community.Female students$1,000-$1,50081-FebComplete the online application, at http://womenleadingky.com/scholarships/
Xerox Technical Minority ScholarshipRecipients must be qualified minorities enrolled in a technical degree program at the bachelor level or above.African-American, Hispanic, Native American, or other minority students$1,000-$10,000GlobalCareers@xerox.com, 877.747.3625
Jennifer Zimlich Memorial Scholarship for Assumption High School
Must be an Assumption High School graduating senior, have at least a cumulative 2.5 GPA and demonstrate artistic talent in visual arts or photography. Financial need considered but not a requirement. Female students, incoming freshmenTo be determined3/15/2013Assumption High School, 2710 Tyler Lane, Louisville, KY 40205
Zoeller Company ScholarshipMust be the child of a full- or part-time employee of the Zoeller CompanyNo specific demographicUp to $5,0006/15/2013Meredith Spann, Community Leadership Officer, The Community Foundation of Louisville, phone 502.585.4649, ext. 1025, email merediths@cflouisville.org
100 Black Men of Louisville ScholarshipsAwarded to minority young men in the Louisville area who have completed the Project MALE ProgramAfrican-American studentsVaries100 Black Men of Louisville, c/o Canaan Community Development Corp., 2203 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY 40210

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