This scholarship is for female student must be a rising junior, senior or graduate student enrolled at Western Illinois University, have a 3.0 GPA and be pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Special Education, Reading or Bi-lingual/Bi-cultural Education.
This scholarship is for junior (or Junior by the fall the ward is applied), students enrolled in special Education major and have a commitment to the field of special education as evidenced by professional activity in/to the field of special education.
This scholarship is for a senior in high school who has displayed outstanding academic achievement or community involvement and writes a thoughtful and impactful essay (600-1,200 words) on a topic related to Black History Month.
This scholarship is for currently enrolled WIU horn student (undergraduate or graduate) pursuing a degree in music and be enrolled in Mus 227, Mus 427 or Mus 527 and Mus 121 or 501 in the same semester.
This scholarship is for students majoring in Finance or any of the business majors, including Accountancy, Economics, Human Resource Management, Management, Marketing or Supply Chain Management and have a minimum of 60 hours (junior standing) by the end of the semester of application.
The Dan L. Meisinger Sr. Memorial Learn to Fly Scholarship was established in the honor and memory of Dan L. Meisinger Sr., whose career in aviation spanned 63 years. He was founder of Executive Beechcraft, headquartered in Kansas City, MO, and was twice named Beech Aircraft's Man of the Year.
This scholarship is for students enrolled in major in one of the following programs of study: Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration – Therapeutic Recreation, Recreation, Park & Tourism Administration – Recreation Management with minor in Non-Profit Administration, Social Work and have a cumulative GPA of 3.
This scholarship is for a student with a declared major in business who has an ACT score of 22 or above or is in the upper 25% of graduating class. Applicants must show evidence of extra curricular activities and community service.
This scholarship is for full-time North Central College students from the greater Aurora area who are majoring in education and have aspirations to teach in the Aurora community. Open to incoming new and continuing students who meet the criteria.
This scholarship is for current Marketing majors who are actively participating in paying for their education while focusing on their studies, as well as participating in campus or community based organizations.
This scholarship is for junior class level major in Choral Music. Applicants must demonstrated outstanding academics and musical performance and have a participation in at least two School of Music ensembles.
This scholarship is for entering freshman with a declared major in teacher education, art, law enforcement & justice administration or business and have an ACT score of at least 22 or a class rank in the upper 25% of graduating class.
This scholarship is for freshman or sophomore class level with Elementary Education major. Applicants must be rank in top 10% of graduating class and demonstrated excellence through academics and/or activities.
This scholarship is awarded to four students who have demonstrated effective, voluntary and long-term dedication to the preservation, protection, enhancement and/or promotion of Illinois' natural resources.
This scholarship is for junior class level enrolled full time with Elementary Education major. Applicants must have completed one full year of enrollment at WIU prior to scholarship period and demonstrated evidence of dependability, leadership and service will be considered in the selection process.
This scholarship is for undergraduate student accepted into the Teacher Education Program, have completed a minimum of 30 semester hours of credit and demonstrates promise and potential of becoming an outstanding teacher.
This scholarship is for junior class level enrolled in the Teacher Education Program pursuing a degree in Elementary Education or Math Education preparing for a career of teaching mathematics or in the Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) program.
This scholarship is for African-American incoming freshmen student major in the university’s STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) programs. (A change in majors terminates their eligibility for funding from these resources.
This scholarship is for non-traditional student (25 years or older) junior or senior class level with a minimum 3.0 GPA, or Graduate student with a minimum cumulative 3.5 GPA enrolled in the Teacher Education Program.
This scholarship is for incoming freshman or transferring junior and Woman of color. Student should pursue a Communication major in any related discipline with the Department of Communication, and demonstrate a desire to graduate and contribute to said career field.
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 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.
This scholarship is for students enrolled in the College of Education and Human Services. Applicants must submit a resume and two essays about the following: 1) your Leadership Philosophy, and 2) your Professional Goals.
This scholarship is for a community college graduate and earned an associate’s degree enrolled in one of SIU’s STEM majors who have earned a minimum 3.0/4.0 cumulative GPA and have the desire and drive to become a leader.
This scholarship is for students enrolled as a Communication Major, demonstrate a potential for growth within a communication field and demonstrate ambition through a written essay due with the application
This scholarship is for enrolled as a sophomore, junior, or senior College of Business major in good standing at Illinois State University with a cumulative grade point average of 2.75/4.00 or higher and be a student of African American experience or a non-traditional student of any race.
This scholarship is for finance major taking the real estate concentration (Finance 321, 421 and 495.) and must have either completed Finance 321 with a grade of C or better, or currently be taking Finance 321.