This scholarship awards an undergraduate geospatial science and community planning major to include land management and interrelationships between the earth and humankind. Preference is given to students involved in research and thesis work.
This scholarship is awarded to students from the state of Arizona who were not adopted, given permanent guardianship or reunited with their biological parents prior to aging out of the Department of Child Safety’s care.
This scholarship is for junior or senior year of undergraduate studies with a declared major in a business college at a North Central Association Accredited college or university in Arizona with an intent to pursue a career in business.
This scholarship is for a student who is an orphan, a ward of the court, living with extended family, in foster care, an independent student without financial support, or have experienced extreme life circumstances.
This scholarship is for students who have proven commitment to leadership and demonstrates how his/her life has been impacted by having cancer, or has coped with this disease within their family or with a friend.
This scholarship was formed to assist students from the Phoenix Union High School District with a 4 year scholarship to pursue higher education and to provide them with continual support throughout their ASU journey.
This scholarship is for incoming freshman who has a significant medical condition and/or disability who are able to see past the barriers of their medical condition and are inspired to reach their goals and overcome challenges on a daily basis.
Friends Place will award Scholarships of $1,000 each for up to fifteen graduating seniors residing in the town of Gilbert each school year. This scholarship is awarded as a thank you to the teens who volunteer their time to the community.
This scholarship is for students in a Refugee status as holder of an Arrival-Departure Record (I-94) from the Department of Homeland Security showing any of the following designations: “Refugee,” “Asylum Granted,” or “Victim of human trafficking.
This scholarship is for students at Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, Maricopa Community Colleges, Yavapai College and Eastern Arizona College who major in Nursing, Education, Finance, or Engineering.
This scholarship is for graduating high school seniors from an Arizona high school. Preference for students graduating from the Verde Valley (Sedona, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Camp Verde) or Northern Arizona (Flagstaff and surrounding area).
This scholarship is for full-time graduate or undergraduate freshman or transfer student major in or express intention to major in Agriculture, Agricultural Finance, Agricultural Business or closely related field.
This scholarship is for students of Asian descent planning to pursue a career as a teacher or other career associated with this major (ex: school counselor, speech therapist, health educator, adult literacy/GED teacher).
This scholarship is for current or past graduate of a Yuma County high school and/or a Yuma County resident currently attending a Yuma County college who is transferring to the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ.
This scholarship will offer $5,000 Scholarships annually to Junior or Senior level students who are enrolled full-time in the American Indian Program, Fort Defiance and are Arizona residents and US citizens.
This scholarship is for female students enrolled in a construction-industry related program at an Arizona based institution that will result in a 4-year or 2-year degree, a certificate or journeyman status when complete.
This scholarship is for Undergraduate student (with at least 48 credit hours completed) OR a Graduate student (with at least 6 credits completed) attending a university in Arizona and be enrolled in one of these degree programs: Public Administration, Public Affairs, Public Policy, Political Science, and Urban and Metropolitan...
This scholarship is for students pursuing studies in the field of environment, conservation and forestry at any college OR students pursuing studies in primary or secondary education at a Christian college.
This scholarship is LGBTQ and ally students with a record of involvement in the local community. Does not have to be exclusive to the LGBTQ+ community but should reflect active volunteering and participation in philanthropic initiatives.
The Department of Anthropology will provide awards up to $3000 per student for full-time undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Anthropology who demonstrate a compelling plan to advance professional skills through internship placement, field study, or other research plans.
This scholarship will provide support to one undergraduate student at the junior or senior level or above majoring in Applied Indigenous Studies, Anthropology, or with a declared minor in Ethnic Studies minimum GPA of 3.
This scholarship if for out-of-state students attending West Virginia University at Morgantown, Keyser, or Beckley. Values are different depending on the campus you will be attending. Offers are based on high school GPA and test scores.
The Steve Westerman Memorial Scholarship, in partnership with Grand Canyon University and OCJ Kids, was founded with the mission of giving opportunity to those in the foster care system who have need and are looking to contribute to society through the application of **Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM)...
This scholarship is for women re-entering or continuing their education at one of the following Northern Arizona colleges: Yavapai Community College, Verde Valley or Clarkdale campuses, Coconino Community College, Northern Arizona University.