Scholarships are available from many sources. Your high school guidance counselor and the public library are excellent resources to obtain information.
In your research for scholarships, you may consider investigating various sources such as:
- religious organizations
- community organizations
- civic groups
- organizations related to your field of interest
- your employer or your parents' employers
- your union or your parents' unions
FIT scholarships, which may carry the name of the donor, are usually awarded to students with superior potential to succeed in their major areas, meet the donor's requirements for the scholarship, and demonstrate high financial need, which is determined by the FAFSA.
Students must complete the FAFSA each year by the January 15th deadline and must have a minimum 3.75 GPA. All recipients must be registered for a minimum of 12 credits and continue to be full-time. The average scholarship award is approximately $1,100. If you are eligible to receive one of these scholarships, you will be notified via email by Financial Aid Services and will be required to complete an online scholarship form.
Scholarships are not automatically renewed, based on funding or a change in criteria from year to year.
Scholarship Search Engines
- Chegg [resource moved]
- College Board: Big Future
- Discover Student Loans
- Scholarship America
- SallieMae - find scholarship
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