This is a merit based scholarship for new incoming first-year students who are from historically underrepresented populations (African American, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, Multiracial).
This scholarship is for Latino/Hispanic students enrolled in one of the following trade programs: Auto Technologies, Auto Collision Repair, Diesel Technology, HVAC, Culinary Arts, or Welding and have a cumulative 3.
This full-tuition renewable scholarship is for incoming students who have exemplified academic excellence, outstanding contributions to their community, and extraordinary leadership thus far in their education careers.
This scholarship is for female students enrolled in Culinary Arts Apprenticeship (AAS), Culinary Arts Degree (AAS), Culinary Arts Assistant (Cert.), or Culinary Arts Baking (Cert.) and have one or more children that they are supporting.
These renewable scholarships are awarded at various levels to first-year students enrolled in Cornell College, depending on academic achievement and other factors. Students must maintain [satisfactory academic progress](https://www.
This scholarship is for transfer students who are planning to/are enrolled in Cornell College who maintain [satisfactory academic progress](https://www.cornellcollege.edu/financial-assistance/disclosures-policies/satisfactory-academic-progress-policy.
This scholarship is for a current member of the Department of Political Science Advisory Board. This provides support to deserving students studying political science who are interested in pursuing a research project under the supervision of tenured and tenure-track faculty in the Department of Political Science.
This scholarship is for sophomore, junior or senior undergraduate students enrolled full time with minimum cum GPA of 2.5 on 4.0 scale and a participant in Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurship programs.
This scholarship is for a Sophomore, Junior, Senior or Graduate Student at a college or university located in Iowa or at Kansas State University majoring in animal science, food science, life sciences or an agriculture field.
This scholarship is for Iowa resident and intend to practice funeral service in Iowa upon graduation. Applicants must Have completed two years and have accumulated 60 credits at an accredited college or university.
This scholarship is for students pursuing automotive-related studies, such as technician training, body shop/collision repair, diesel, new vehicle sales, parts sales, accounting, or business administration.
This scholarship is for second year student enrolled in one of the following programs: Welding, Engineering Technology, Mechanical Design Technology, Computer Aided Design, CNC Machining, Logistics/Supply Chain Management, or Renewable Energy and have and maintain a minimum 3.
This scholarship is for a a STEM student enrolled in an Assoc. of Arts or Assoc. of Science in Engineering, Math, the Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), or Computer Science, have completed 12 credit hours or more and have a GPA of 3.
This scholarship is for students attending Iowa Central Community College. Preference will be given to students enrolled in Electrical Technologies, then Ag Technology or Carpentry who show financial need.
This scholarship is for a second year student or student with 30 or more credit hours attending Iowa Central Community College majoring in education. Recipient must maintain a 2.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need.
This scholarship is for traditional-aged students who have completed a minimum of 30 credits who will pursue a degree in Agriculture. Students must have a permanent residence in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Kansas or Wyoming.
This scholarship supports mentorships for women in finance. Female students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year with an interest in finance will be considered for the mentorship program, which includes a scholarship.
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 a second year, full-time student attending Iowa Central Community College in the Pre-Chiropractic program with the intent to further their education to earn a Doctor of Chiropractic degree at their school of choice the following fall.
This scholarship is for second year, full-time student attending Iowa Central Community College in a Health Science or Human Services field with the intent to further their education to earn a bachelor’s degree.
This scholarship is for Midwestern students in any of the following four fields: 1) business continuity and disaster recovery 2) cybersecurity 3) governance, risk, and compliance or 4) physical security.
This scholarship is for first or second year first-generation college students or first-generation veterans with unmet need who are seeking an associate’s degree or are in a diploma program offered at Iowa Central with a 2.
This scholarship is for students attending Iowa Central Community College that are also pursuing a 4-year degree. Recipient must have a 2.5 GPA and preference will be given to residents of Iowa and students that demonstrate financial need.