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Scholarships in New Hampshire

  • Agriculture / Horticulture / Animals
    Abbie Sargent Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students who demonstrate acceptance of responsibility and financial need. Preference will be given to those enrolled in an agriculture related study.
  • Pilot / Aviation
    ACONE Initial Pilot Training Scholarships
    These three scholarships are for students with residency in New England who intend to pursue an aviation career. This scholarship will cover the cost of primary training.
  • Pilot / Aviation
    ACONE Instrument and Advanced Pilot Training Scholarships
    Aero Club of New England offers 9 scholarships for Instrument and Advanced pilot training. Applicants must be over 16 years old.
  • Aeronautics and Aircraft Maintenance Scholarships
    These 3 scholarships are for students who intend to pursue a professional aviation maintenance career. Applicants must take the training at a FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) approved FAR Part 147 School in New England.
  • Architecture / Interiors
    AIA NH Architecture Foundation Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students who are currently enrolled in or have been accepted to an undergraduate or graduate professional degree program accredited by the [National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB)](https://www.
  • Alverno College Mossa Scholarship
    This scholarship is for out of state students going to Alverno College in Wisconsin.
  • American-Lebanese Awareness Association Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students of American-Lebanese descent who reside in New England.
  • ASCE-NH High School Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students accepted by a four-year engineering program.
  • Industrial & Mechanical Engineering
    Bob Williams Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is given to a Vermont or New Hampshire resident who will study in the Diesel Power Technology Program.
  • Casey Family Services Alumni Scholarship
    This scholarship is for applicants that have received foster care, guardianship or adoption services from Casey Family Services.
  • Christa Mcauliffe, Field of Education Scholarship
    This scholarship is for New Hampshire residents (at least 3 years) who have been accepted to an accredited four year college or university leading to a Bachelors Degree in the field of education.
  • Dana H. Rowe Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students within the University’s Graduate School of Architecture, the undergraduate College of Arts & Sciences and the Law School. Graduate architecture and law students must be at least rising second-year students in the 2020–21 academic year.
  • David G. Kent NHTM for future mathematics teachers
    This scholarship for a student who plans to enroll in the certification program for middle school or secondary mathematics education, elementary education or mathematics with the intent of becoming a mathematics teacher.
  • David G. Kent NHTM Mathematics Education Major, Mathematics Major, and Elementary Education Scholarship (High School Student)
    This scholarship is for students who have the passion for mathematics.
  • Director's Scholarship (Merit-Based)
    This scholarship is for students ranking in the top 30% of their high school graduating class and showing a strong college preparatory curriculum and consistent achievement.
  • Edwina Foye Award For Outstanding Graduate Student
    To be eligible for award consideration, applicants must be a current resident of one of the following communities (Portsmouth, North Hampton, Greenland, Rye, Newington and New Castle, New Hampshire; or, Kittery, Eliot, and York, Maine) for a minimum of two (2) years prior to the award year.
  • Law / Legal Studies
    Emerging Professional Award
    Awarded to early career graduate law students who show strong potential in their field of study.
  • Sports
    Fisher Cats Foundation Scholar-Athlete Scholarship
    This scholarship is for student athletes. In 2020, ten scholarships will be awarded to New Hampshire students. Two scholarships will be awarded to Massachusetts students.
  • Franklin Savings Bank Scholarship Fund
    This scholarship is for students who reside in communities located with the Bank’s primary market area – which currently includes the following schools: Franklin High School, Gilford High School, Goffstown High School, Merrimack High School, Merrimack Valley High School, Newfound Regional, and Winnisquam Regional.
  • General Federation of Womens Clubs NH Scholarship
    This scholarship is based on community service, achievement, financial need, leadership, the applicant's determination and school activities and is not gender specific. Scholarship amount of $2,000 will be paid to the institution at the beginning of the second semester.
  • Grantham Garden Club Scholarship
    This scholarship is for New Hampshire residents preparing for a career in horticulture, landscaping, forestry, agriculture, plant sciences, or environmental sciences at a post-secondary institution.
  • Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
    Students eligible for the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce scholarship must be employed by or have a parent employed by a company that is a member of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce.
  • John A. High Child Welfare Scholarship
    Candidates for this award shall be male students whose parent has been a member of the American Legion or American Legion Auxiliary continuously for three years immediately preceding the date of application or are the sons of a deceased veteran.
  • John D. Bryant Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is for a second year Veterinary Technology student and be a resident of Vermont, New Hampshire, or Maine with a minimum 3.0 GPA and have financial need.
  • Julia T. Pingree Student Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students who will pursue a degree in a business related program.
  • Lee P Mahle Memorial Field of Education Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students working on their Bachelors Degree in the field of education.
  • Medallion Fund Scholarship
    This scholarships is for individuals of any age who are enrolling in any accredited vocational or technical program that will help them be more employable.
  • Milford Rotary Regional Academic Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students in the areas of Amherst, Milford, Mont Vernon and Wilton.
  • Plumbing / Carpentry / Electrical / Skilled Trade
    Milford Rotary Vocational Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students, who are residents of Amherst, Lyndeborough, Milford, Mont Vernon and Wilton areas and who are pursuing a vocational or technical career.
  • MM Joseph B. Ezhaya Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students attending a Mid-Maine Chamber area high school: Lawrence, Winslow, Mt. View, Waterville, Messalonskee, MCI, Erskine, Calvary Temple, Maine Arts Academy or Good Will-Hinckley.
  • New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) Scholarship Program
    This scholarship is for students interested in the employee benefits field, or those aspiring to careers in this field.
  • New England Society in NYC Scholarship Program
    This scholarship is for students from one of the five boroughs of New York City who want to study at a New England college or university (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont)
  • NH Water Pollution Control Association Scholarship
    This scholarships is for students with an intended major in Water Pollution Control, Environmental Science, Engineering or Chemistry. Priority will be given to vocational students who are preparing for a field directly related to the water environment.
  • Rainbow Business & Professional Association Scholarship
    This scholarship is for LGBTQIA and ally students with living n the New England area.
  • Raymond K. Conley Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students who want to work in Physical or Mental Rehabilitation area.
  • Robert Adams Bradford Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences who demonstrate broad intellectual interests and the qualities of leadership and citizenship. Preference is given to an out of state student, preferably from a New England state or from the state of Wisconsin.
  • Scholarship of Distinction Level 4
    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.
  • Steven Cutter Award For Outstanding Undergraduate Student
    To be eligible for award consideration, applicants must be a current resident of one of the following communities (Portsmouth, North Hampton, Greenland, Rye, Newington and New Castle, New Hampshire; or, Kittery, Eliot, and York, Maine) for a minimum of two (2) years prior to the award year.
  • Talent Grants
    All qualified, incoming, first-year students in Music, Theatre and Dance will be considered for a limited number of Talent Grants. An audition is required to be considered for one of these grants.
  • The American Legion Department of New Hampshire Vocational Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students accepted to an accredited two year college or university leading to an Associates Degree.
  • Pilot / Aviation
    The David W. Graham Scholarship
    This scholarship is for students with residency in New England who intend to pursue an aviation management career and take aviation courses at a school in New England.
  • The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship
    This renewable scholarship is for students who are permanent residents of New England, but may attend college anywhere in the United States.
  • UMaine NEBHE Flagship Scholarship Award for Transfer Students
    The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) has established the Regional Student Program (RSP) under which qualified residents of the region may receive reduced tuition rates when attending college in another New England state.
  • UMaine NEBHE Leadership Scholarship Award for Transfer Students
    The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) has established the Regional Student Program (RSP) under which qualified residents of the region may receive reduced tuition rates when attending college in another New England state.
  • USM Mountains to the Sea Scholarship
    This scholarship is meant to attract students from New Hampshire and Vermont to USM with "academic excellence and unmatched affordability".
  • Wilton Lions Club Scholarship
    For this scholarship, preference is given to applicants planning studies in health care and related fields. Participation in community service, volunteer and extracurricular activities and general merit will be considered.
  • Woodstock Dog Club Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to a New England student enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program.