Arizona SchoolsScholarship Portal: azfoundation.org
Use this online system which will automatically match each student applicant with every scholarship opportunity for which he or she qualifies.
Criteria: Students attending specific Career/Technical Schools are eligible to apply. For a complete listing of schools, please contact the Counseling Department.
Application:Applications are made available in the Counseling Department.
ASU Leadership Scholarship Program
Criteria:Arizona high schools are asked to nominate a strong senior with excellent leadership abilities and the potential to make major contributions at the collegiate level.
Award:$9,000 annual scholarship
Deadline: Student must complete a self-nomination application and have it on file with the Counseling Department no later than Monday, September 16thand be planning to attend ASU as a full time enrolled student for the Fall semester.
Criteria: Student plans to attend ASU in the Fall. 1200 word essay on public policy issues
Award: $1,000 -$1,500
Deadline: May 6th
Information: Visit the website:http://morrisoninstitute.asu.edu/
Criteria: The primary goal of the Arizona Hispanic Community Forum (AHCF) and the Rosie Lopez Student Advocate Scholarship Program is to provide financial assistance and support to outstanding Arizona Latino students to attend and graduate from Arizona State University.
Deadline: May 1st
ASU - Thomas Espinoza/CPLC Scholarship
Criteria:The scholarships provide a tuition waiver to Arizona State University students who are committed to helping others. CPLC and its partnering sponsors are dedicated to empowering future community leaders who are interested in developing innovative strategies to improve the communities of Arizona
Boston University Trustee Scholarship Competition
Criteria: This scholarship opportunity is for students demonstrating academic excellence with the potential to inspire fellow students to excel. Applicants should be graduating seniors who plan to attend Boston University in the Fall. Students should strive to be in the top 5% of their graduating class and have demonstrated motivation, talent and leadership.
Deadline: All self-nomination forms should be provided to the Counseling Department no later than September 15th.
Award:Renewable scholarship covering full undergraduate tuition plus orientation and undergraduate fees for four years.
Criteria: Open to Senior DECA students who plan to attend FIDM in the Fall.
FIDM National Scholarship Competition
Criteria:Open to all High School Seniors, FIDM's National Scholarship Competition looks for students who are creative thinkers and have an "eye" for unconventional thinking. To enter, entrants are asked to submit a project according to the guidelines set within each category
Award:One Full Year Scholarship to attend FIDM
GCU Academic Scholarships
Presidential ($10,000 per year)Minimum incoming GPA 3.8 (un-weighted) or SAT 1350 (math and verbal scores only)/ ACT 31 and maintain a minimum GPA 3.5 as well as continuous and full time enrollment at GCU.
Provost’s Scholarship ($8,000 per year)Minimum incoming GPA 3.6 (un-weighted) or SAT 1225 (math and verbal scores only) / ACT 27 and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.3 as well as continuous and full time enrollment at GCU.
Dean’s Scholarship ($6,000 per year)Minimum incoming GPA 3.4 (un-weighted) or SAT 1100 (math and verbal scores only) / ACT 24 and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.2 GPA as well as continuous and full time enrollment at GCU.
Faculty Scholarship ($4,000 per year)Minimum incoming GPA 3.0 (un-weighted) or SAT 1000 (math and verbal scores only) / ACT 21 and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 as well as continuous and full time enrollment at GCU.
GCU - Freshman College Major Scholarships
To qualify, students must meed the following criteria:
Minimum incoming GPA of 2.75 (un-weighted) or SAT 920 / ACT 19
Transfers (6-23 credits): minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75
Maintain a minimum institutional GPA of 2.5 as well as continuous and full-time e
Must follow recommended program of study.
Tim and Marci Salmon College of Education Scholarships
Education majors qualify for a $3,000 scholarship per year.
Education majors with an emphasis in math, science, or special education qualify
for an additional $1,000scholarship per year.
College of Fine Arts and Production
All Fine Arts and Production majors qualify for a $3,000 scholarship per year.
College of Arts and Sciences
Christian Studies majors qualify for a $3,000 scholarship per year. These recipients must
also attend a minimum of 12 Chapel services per
Ken Blanchard College of Business
Business Management majors qualify for a $3,000 scholarship per year.
Criteria: Senior student who has been accepted to GCU and attends a minimum of 12 chapel services per semester, attends 3 out of 4 Life Group meetings a month, attend one GCU “Lead Like Jesus” training event per month, attend one Ministry partner related leadership training event per month, serve an average of 8 hours per week in ministry: 4 on-campus and 4 off-campus, provide a weekly activity report to Canyon Scholar Coordinator, provide periodic grade check reports to the Canyon Scholar Coordinator, and participate in at least 1 GCSS mission trips.
Award:$10,000 per year
Application: Contact GCU representative.
Maricopa County Community Colleges
Criteria: Available to students who will be attending any of the Maricopa County Community Colleges.
Deadline: Application opens in February
Maricopa County Community Colleges (Chicanos Por La Causa Scholarship)
Criteria: The primary goal of the CPLC/MCCD Scholarship Program is to provide financial assistance and support to outstanding Arizona students to attend and graduate from one of the Maricopa County’s ten community colleges. To date, over 240 scholarships have been awarded with a total value of more than $360,000.
Deadline: March 1st
Special opportunity for students who choose to major in Computer Science or Information Technology and Systems.
For scholarship details:http://www.marist.edu/admission/technologyscholarships
Criteria: Students who have been admitted to NAU and plan to attend in the Fall
Complete 2 applications which can be found at the following link to be automatically considered for over 150 scholarship opportunities:Criteria: Senior who plans to attend PVCC and have completed the enrollment process for PVCC.Amount: $972 per semesterDeadline: May 31stApplications available in the Counseling DepartmentRegency Beauty Institute
Criteria; Enter by submitting a photo of your complete make-over inspired by the photos listed on the Regency Facebook page.Deadline: May 16thSt. Mary's University - Greehey Scholars ProgramCriteria: Seniors students who have been accepted to St. Mary's University with a declared business major status and received a minimum 1220 SAT or 27 ACT. Students should have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. On-campus interview is required.Deadline: February 1stInformation: http://stmarytx.edu/greehey_scholars
Seattle University - Sullivan Leadership Award Competition
Criteria:Students must have participated and demonstrated leadership in school activities, public service, and community involvement. Have a commitment to justice and the good of others through service. Possess effective oral and written communication skills. Currently completing a demanding course selection and strong academic achievement (typically GPA 3.5 or higher).
Award:9 Awards are given each year with each award offering a 4 year scholarship award equal to full tuition, room and meals
Deadline:received or postmarked on or before November 15th
University of Arizona (UofA)
Criteria: Students who have been admitted to UofA and plan to attend in the Fall and have an established webID.
Complete registry to be notified of scholarship opportunities.
University of Arizona - University of Arizona Alumni AssociationCriteria: Senior students who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership and service and are planning to attend the University of Arizona.
Applications made available in the Counseling Department.
Criteria: Senior students planning on attending the University of Arizona with a GPA of 3.5 or higher and who demonstrate strong leadership qualities are invited to self-nominate.
Deadline:September 16th (Self-nomination deadline - actual scholarship deadline is October 14th)
Application:Self-nomination application must be completed and on file with the Counseling Department by September 15th. One self-nomination applicant will be chosen by the BCHS Scholarship Committee to then apply for the BAIRD scholarship.University of Arizona - SigEp Building Balanced Men ScholarshipCriteria: Male student enrolled at the University of Arizona for the upcoming Fall semester.Award: $1,000Deadline: June 30thApplication: http://http://sigepazbeta.com/bms.html
Criteria: Students should exhibited a capacity for service and leadership, as well as academic excellence, and who will embrace the challenges of a rigorous academic curriculum.
Deadline: Self-nomination application must be completed and on file with the Counseling Department by September 15th.