Available Scholarships

Scholarships that are still accepting applications

   College is just around the corner for the graduating class of 2021; however, college is expensive and several aspiring seniors struggle to meet the financial demands of education, especially so late in the game. Fortunately, there are scholarships out there that can still be applied for, scholarships that are diverse in subject and requirement.

   FAFSA may not be a scholarship persay, but it is still a form of financial aid with no strings attached. It should already be common knowledge that one should fill it out before applying to colleges or universities, but the deadline isn’t until June 30, so there’s still time.

   The Brower Youth Award is offering $3,000 to any “youth environmental change leader.” The application is due May 14. There are quite a few detailed conditions and requirements which can be seen in full on studentscholarships.org. 

   The LM Scholarship Program is offering $500 to any American with a 3.0+ GPA and is expecting to be enrolled in a degree program by September. There may be a low chance of receiving it due to the few requirements, however any scholarship is worth a try. Make sure to submit an application before May 31st.

   Yes, a Minecraft scholarship exists, and yes, it is still open for application. This $2,000 scholarship requires an enrolled college student to submit an essay of 500 or more words on “how Minecraft can be a positive influence on education and career development.” Applications are not due until July 31st, so there is still plenty of time.

   The “Got a Spine” Scholarship is offering $500 to any student who will be enrolled in a U.S. or Canadian college by October 2021 and will be attending on a full-time basis. This is an essay submission which needs to be completed by June 2nd.

    If none of the scholarships suggested here interest you, visit studentscholarships.org or studentaid.gov for a more extensive lineup. The list of available scholarships updates everyday, so check frequently and don’t be afraid to apply. Good luck out there, and pay for college as stress-free as possible.

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