Financial Aid Options

Obtaining financial aid involves a process. This process requires a team effort between you, the student, and the financial aid staff. It is our desire for you to work through this process in a timely and seamless manner. Please note the following financial aid options Simpson offers.

Early Deposit Advantage Program

Simpson University's Early Deposit Advantage Program (EDAP) has a fall deadline that coincides with the March 2 deadline set by the state of California for Cal Grant for returning students. EDAP provides students with the following:

  • Priority housing choices
  • Priority registration for classes
  • Priority financial aid awarding

How to Qualify - Returning Students

Step One: Pay a $100 advanced tuition deposit

Step Two: File your 2013-2014 FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov.

Step Three: Complete the online registration forms in WebAdvisor. All forms must be up-to-date and submitted to qualify:

  • Housing Request or Housing Exemption
  • Emergency Contact Information
  • Parking Request or Exemption
  • Health Insurance Form
  • Privacy Form
  • Immunization Form
  • Handbook Acknowledgement

Complete all EDAP requirements on time for maximum financial aid eligibility. Simpson University grants and scholarships are limited.

Course registration for fall will begin in March for current seniors. The deposit and registration forms are prerequisites to course registration. Be sure to complete the steps above by the EDAP deadline to avoid any course registration delays.

Simpson University Aid

Simpson University institutional aid is given as scholarships to undergraduate students based on academic merit, talent, personal or family involvement in Christian ministry, and high levels of need based on information obtained from the FAFSA. Institutional aid requirements must be met in order for a student to receive any of the institutional scholarships listed below.

Simpson University will award the maximum in federal grants, institutional scholarships and loans for which a student qualifies, within the limits of available funds, federal guidelines, and institutional policies. Availability of all aid is subject to federal, state, institutional, and private funding. Eligibility for institutional financial aid is reviewed and determined on an annual basis.

Academic Merit

Academic Achievement – Up to $3,500/year. Award amounts vary based on grade point average (GPA).

President's Academic Scholarship - This scholarship will cover 100% of tuition after the application of any state aid. Must have a minimum of 3.7 GPA, SAT of 1300 (Math & Verbal only) or ACT of 29, and submit a creatively designed portfolio (details below) by February 15 to be eligible for this scholarship. Students must maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA at Simpson University in order to receive this award annually. This scholarship is renewable for up to eight consecutive semesters if all eligibility requirements are met, including meeting the priority deadline each year.

Portfolio Structure:

  1. Community Service
  2. Church Involvement
  3. High School Achievements/Honors
  4. Two Letters of Recommendations (1 academic, 1 community)
  5. 1000 word (2 page) essay, questions:
    • What experiences have you had that have impacted your choice of major?
    • How will the education and experience of Simpson University prepare you for your future?
    • How will you contribute to Simpson University?

Out of State Honors – Award amounts vary. Award based on being a resident of any state other than California and having high academic achievement.

Talent

General Music Scholarship - Up to $2,500/year to exceptional musicians via recommendation from Music Chair/Department.

Promising Musician Scholarship - Up to 100% tuition after application of all other financial aid. Granted to exceptional musicians based on recommendation of Music Chair/Department.

Ensemble Scholarship - up to $750/year ($375/term). Available to students who participate in a Simpson University ensemble group.

Athletic Scholarship - Award amounts will vary. Each coach will determine the amount of institutional athletic aid awarded to team members.

Ministry

Christian and Missionary Alliance Ministerial Scholarship - Up to $5,000/year to dependents of full-time pastors or missionaries with the Christian and Missionary Alliance.

MK Scholarship - Up to $5,000/year to dependents of full-time missionaries not serving through the Christian and Missionary Alliance.

Ministry/Christian Worker Dependent Scholarship - $2,000/year to dependents of full-time pastors or full-time Christian service workers.

Church Match Scholarship - (Home Church Support) - If the home church contributes up to $500 annually, Simpson University will match up to $500/year. Student scholarships paid to Simpson University and received from church will be matched 1:1 (up to $500, $250/semester). Gifts may be made for any number of students from a church; the gifts must be an official act of the church rather than from individual church members. Wages earned will not be matched. A Church Match Scholarship form (available under Student Financial Services Forms) must be filled out by the student and church and submitted with funds to Student Financial Services to receive the matching portion of this scholarship.

Other

SU Golden State Scholarship - This Simpson University scholarship is awarded at varying amounts to full-time undergraduate students who are eligible to receive the Cal Grant. Award amounts vary and are based on need.

Immediate Family Scholarship - $500 per student/year. Granted to students with a sibling concurrently enrolled in the traditional undergraduate program.

Alumni Dependent Scholarship - $1,000/year to dependents of a Simpson graduate.

Sharpe Diversity Scholarship - Amount of award will vary. Available to students of African, Asian, Hispanic, American Indian, or Pacific Islander descent who have a high level of financial need. Award is renewable each year as long as student meets the priority EDAP deadline.

Early Action Scholarship - $1,000/year. Based on meeting the priority EDAP deadline.

Gateway Scholarship – Up to $6,500/year. Award amounts vary and are based on need.

EOPS/CARE Scholarship - $1,500 award. Three available scholarships available to participants in the EOPS/CARE program at Shasta College who will be transferring to Simpson University. The application process for this award is done through Shasta College.

Returning Student Scholarships

Returning students are eligible to be considered for academic merit, talent, ministry and other scholarship categories as well. Students will only be considered for these returning student scholarships once they have completed an academic year with Simpson University.

Academic All-American Scholarship - $1000/year to Academic All-Americans in the Simpson University Athletic program as reported by NAIA or NCCAA.

Endowed Scholarships - All endowed scholarships are managed by Student Financial Services and awarded via committee. Committee members are staff and faculty that represent our campus from various disciplines. Students are identified as qualified candidates according to scholarship criteria and individually reviewed each year as funds are available. Students must meet the EDAP deadline to be considered for endowed awards. Currently, funds are given to returning students unless criteria mandates a new, incoming student as preferential.

WorldServe Scholarship - Award amounts vary, based on actual student service on a Simpson University Missions Team.

Student Service and Leadership Scholarships - Amount varies for students at Simpson University who are in designated service or leadership positions. These students must meet additional financial aid eligibility requirements. Recommendations are made by the Simpson University staff from each respective area.

Requirements

Institutional Aid Eligibility Requirements:

1. Simpson University asks that all students applying for institutional aid apply for other forms of grant-based aid available through federal and state programs. We ask that all students file a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid); California students must apply and meet the Cal Grant deadline and criteria.

2. Students receiving institutional aid must complete their financial aid file by the end of the first week of each semester (this includes completing verification, if selected) in order to maintain eligibility for aid.

3. Institutional aid is applied directly to a student's account and is not transferable to a student other than the recipient.

4. Aid recipients must maintain full-time enrollment or the institutional, federal, and state financial aid will be adjusted accordingly. Students taking only part-time credits at Simpson University, who are not considered a graduating senior, are not eligible for institutional aid.

5. Institutional aid is for the fall and spring semesters only (no institutional aid is awarded for summer sessions). Please contact Student Financial Services if you are considering summer enrollment.

6. All institutional aid is subject to the Early Deposit Advantage Program (EDAP) deadline of March 2. Simpson University scholarships are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and are limited. Please be sure to meet the deadline in order to ensure the best financial aid package possible.

7. Institutional aid is coordinated and adjusted with other forms of aid and cannot exceed a student's cost of tuition, fees, room and board even when other aid has been awarded. If a student is a Cal Grant recipient, institutional aid cannot exceed the student's need (as defined by state regulations). Institutional aid may have to be reduced so that aid does not exceed these limits.

8. Students may participate in one semester (fall or spring) of international study abroad prior to completion of the bachelor degree and as approved by the Registrar’s Office. Institutional aid will be applied at 50% of the student's renewable award.

9. Students concurrently enrolled in other institutions are only eligible for Simpson University institutional aid if enrolled in full-time units at Simpson University.

10. Students who are in default on Title IV federal aid are not eligible for institutional aid.

11. Students must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress in order to maintain eligibility for federal, state, and institutional financial aid.


We welcome any questions that you may have. 

Incoming students – contact your admissions counselor at (888) 9SIMPSON or admissions@simpsonu.edu

Continuing students – contact your student financial services counselor at (530) 226-4621 or financialaid@simpsonu.edu.

Federal and State Aid

Federal Financial Aid

Federal aid is given to students that fit certain criteria.

Pell Grant - This is a federal entitlement program available to undergraduate students who have demonstrated need. The Pell Grant is the largest source of gift aid from the federal government. When the FAFSA is filed, a student is automatically considered for the grant. Visit studentaid.ed.gov for more information and award amounts.

Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) - For students who have exceptional financial need, Simpson University will award students up to $750/semester, if not receiving Cal Grant; $100/semester, if receiving Cal Grant. Funds are limited.

Perkins Loan - A federal loan that is available to a limited number of students with demonstrated financial need. Perkins loans have a low fixed 5 percent interest rate and repayment starts nine months after the student graduates or ceases to be enrolled at least half-time.

Stafford Loan - Stafford loans are available to undergraduate students. Stafford loans are long-term, with a low fixed interest rate set by the federal government and repayment generally begins six months after the student graduates or ceases to be enrolled at least half-time. There are two types of Stafford loans:

Subsidized:
All accrued interest is paid by the United States government until the student graduates or drops below half-time enrollment.

Unsubsidized:
All accrued interest is paid by the student while in school; however, the student may elect to postpone or capitalize the interest until repayment of the loan begins.

Based upon calculated financial need, annual award amounts will be determined based on a student's grade level. Please visit our Stafford Loans page for more information.

PLUS Loan - This loan is available to parents of students who are classified as “dependent” by the U.S. Department of Education. To qualify, parents must be U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens and have a valid Social Security number.

A credit check of the parent is required. If the parent is denied the PLUS, the student becomes eligible to apply for an additional unsubsidized Stafford loan. PLUS loans are long-term, with a fixed interest rate set by the federal government and repayment that generally begins within 60 days of the final disbursement of the loan for the academic year.

Loan funds will not post to your account until the loan request process is complete, a valid MPN is on file, and entrance counseling has been completed, if applicable.

Please visit our Parent PLUS Loan page for further information.

State Financial Aid

State aid is given to students that fit certain criteria.

Cal Grant - California student financial aid is available to eligible residents of the state of California who are not in default on a prior student loan or do not owe a refund on any federal or state education grant. The FAFSA and an additional GPA verification form must be filed and postmarked by March 2 for all possible recipients who are applying to receive a Cal Grant award for the first time. The March 2 deadline is established by the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) and is not flexible.

Cal Grant A - A California tuition assistance grant for those students who have at least two years of undergraduate studies remaining. Current year award amounts can be viewed on the CSAC website.

Cal Grant B - A California tuition assistance plus access grant for undergraduate students. Current year award amounts can be viewed on the CSAC website. Students must complete 30 college credits at Simpson University before becoming eligible to receive the Tuition & Fees portion of Cal Grant B.

Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship - A program providing scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in high school. Award amounts are $1,500 per year for up to four years. Applications are available at high schools after February 1st. Deadlines to apply may vary depending on the school. All nominations must be submitted to the California Student Aid Commission by the deadline established each year.

Simpson University Aid

INSPIRE Scholarship

Requirements:

  1. Student must be at “application complete” stage
  2. FAFSA application must be completed
  3. Student must have a GPA of 2.5
  4. Must have financial need
  5. Continuous enrollment is required
  6. Student must enroll in the semester in which they applied in order to receive the scholarship
    • If the student does not enroll, they forfeit the scholarship and must re-apply for the semester they intend to enroll
    • Total scholarship amount to be split equally per semester within academic year

Deadlines:

  • Fall Deadline: July 1
  • Spring Deadline: November 1
  • Summer Deadline: March 1

EOPS Scholarship

*Currently only awarded to Shasta College transfer students. Students must apply through their community college.

  1. Community College scholarship for low income transfer students
  2. FAFSA must be received
  3. $1,500 award amounts
  4. Five scholarships available per year
  5. Scholarships are awarded in the spring for a fall start term

BETHEL Scholarship

  1. One- time $250 scholarship
  2. Student must submit bethel certificate to Student Financial Services
  3. Can be combined with INSPIRE & EOPS scholarships

Federal and State Aid

Federal student financial aid is available to United States citizens and permanent residents who are not in default on prior student loans or do not owe a refund of any federal education grant.

In all circumstances, in order to qualify for federal financial aid, ASPIRE students must be enrolled in a minimum of six units applying toward the bachelor’s degree; students enrolled in certificate programs or as non-degree-seeking students are not eligible for federal financial aid.

To apply for federal financial aid, several steps must be completed. Please go to the Applying for Financial Aid page for step by step instructions.

Students must make satisfactory academic progress in order to remain eligible for financial aid. Please review the Student Financial Services Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.

Federal Financial Aid

Pell Grant

This is a federal entitlement program available to undergraduate students who have demonstrated need. The Pell Grant is the largest source of gift aid from the federal government. When the FAFSA is filed, a student is automatically considered for the grant. Visit studentaid.ed.gov for more information and award amounts.

Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

For students who have exceptional financial need. Simpson University will award up to $500/semester, if not receiving Cal Grant; up to $100/semester, if receiving Cal Grant. Funds are limited.

Stafford Loans

Stafford loans are available to undergraduate students. Stafford loans are long-term, with a low fixed interest rate set by the federal government and repayment generally begins six months after the student graduates or ceases to be enrolled at least half-time.

Based upon calculated financial need, annual award amounts will be determined based on grade level.

Subsidized: All accrued interest is paid by the United States government until the student graduates or drops below half-time enrollment.

Unsubsidized: All accrued interest is paid by the student while in school; however, the student may elect to postpone or capitalize the interest until repayment of the loan begins.

For more information, visit our Stafford Loan page.

Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students, or "PLUS"

This loan is available to parents of students who are classified as “dependent” by the U.S. Department of Education. A credit check of the parent is required. If the parent is denied the PLUS, the student becomes eligible to apply for additional unsubsidized Stafford loans. PLUS loans are long-term, with a fixed interest rate set by the federal government and repayment that generally begins within 60 days of the final disbursement of the loan for the academic year.

For more information, visit our student loan page. Loan funds will not post to your account until the loan request process is complete, a valid MPN is on file, and entrance counseling has been completed, if applicable.

State Financial Aid

Cal Grant - California student financial aid is available to eligible residents of the state of California who are not in default on a prior student loan or do not owe a refund on any federal or state education grant. The FAFSA and an additional GPA verification form must be filed and postmarked by March 2 for all possible recipients who are applying to receive a Cal Grant award for the first time. The March 2 deadline is established by the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) and is not flexible.

Cal Grant A - A California tuition assistance grant for those students who have at least two years of undergraduate studies remaining. Current year award amounts can be viewed on the CSAC website.

Cal Grant B - A California tuition assistance plus access grant for undergraduate students. Current year award amounts can be viewed on the CSAC website. Students must complete 30 college credits at Simpson University before becoming eligible to receive the Tuition & Fees portion of Cal Grant B.

Simpson University’s Office of Student Financial Services administers a comprehensive program of student financial aid, including grants, scholarships and student loans that are generally provided through federal, state and institutional sources.

Federal student financial aid is available to United States citizens and permanent residents who are not in default on prior student loans or do not owe a refund of any federal education grant.

In all circumstances, in order to qualify for federal financial aid, Graduate Studies students must be enrolled at least half time each term and the qualifying units must apply toward the degree program; students enrolled as non-degree-seeking students are not eligible for federal financial aid.

To apply for federal financial aid, several steps must be completed. Please go to the Applying for Financial Aid page for step by step instructions.

School of Education Financial Aid

Students must make satisfactory academic progress in order to remain eligible for financial aid. Please review the Student Financial Services Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.

Federal Financial Aid

Pell Grant*

This is a federal entitlement program available to undergraduate and teacher credentialing students who have demonstrated need. The Pell Grant is the largest source of gift aid from the federal government. When the FAFSA is filed, a student is automatically considered for the grant. Visit studentaid.ed.gov for more information and award amounts.

*NOTE: STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR CREDENTIAL ONLY QUALIFY FOR THE PELL GRANT. STUDENTS PURSUING THEIR CREDENTIAL AND MASTER'S SIMULTANEOUSLY DO NOT QUALIFY.


Stafford Loans

Stafford loans are available to undergraduate and graduate students. Stafford loans are long-term, with a low fixed interest rate set by the federal government and repayment generally begins six months after the student graduates or ceases to be enrolled at least half-time.

For more information, visit our student loan page.


Parental Loan for Undergraduate Students, or PLUS

This loan is available to parents of students who are classified as “dependent” by the U.S. Department of Education. A credit check of the parent is required. If the parent is denied the PLUS, the student becomes eligible to apply for additional unsubsidized Stafford loans. PLUS loans are long-term, with a fixed interest rate set by the federal government and repayment that generally begins within 60 days of the final disbursement of the loan for the academic year. For more information, visit our student loan page.


PLUS Loan for Graduate Students

This loan is available to graduate students, in addition to Stafford loans. This loan is credit based. The loan has a fixed interest rate set by the government, but repayment starts soon after the last disbursement. The loan amount can vary but can be awarded up to the full cost of attendance minus any other financial assistance received.

Once you have been awarded federal student loans, visit our student loan page for more information. Loan funds will not post to your student account until the loan request process is complete, a valid MPN is on file, and entrance counseling has been completed, if applicable.

State Financial Aid

California student financial aid is available to eligible residents of the state of California who are not in default on a prior student loan or do not owe a refund on any federal or state education grant.


Cal Grant Teaching Credential Program (TCP) Benefits

Cal Grant Teaching Credential Program Benefits are available for those students who received Cal Grant as an undergraduate student and are continuing into the teaching credential program. Credential students can receive one additional year of Cal Grant eligibility. Award amounts for this additional year remain at the same level as the student’s initial year of Cal Grant eligibility. A Cal Grant TCP Benefits Form should be filed with the California Student Aid Commission before enrolling in the credential program.

Institutional Aid

Legacy Scholarship

Students in the credential or credential and Master of Arts in Education combination program, who received their Bachelor’s degree from Simpson University, are eligible to receive the Legacy Scholarship. The Legacy Scholarship entitles students to receive a 10% discount on the tuition charges for the program. Continuous enrollment is required.

School of Graduate and Professional Studies Financial Aid

A student must file the FAFSA before eligibility for federal student financial aid can be determined.

The following information pertains to students pursuing a Master or Arts in Counseling/Psychology or Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership.

Students must make satisfactory academic progress in order to remain eligible for financial aid. Please review the Student Financial Services Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.


Federal Financial Aid

Stafford Loans

Stafford loans are available to undergraduate and graduate students. Stafford loans are long-term, with a low fixed interest rate set by the federal government and repayment generally begins six months after the student graduates or ceases to be enrolled at least half-time.

For more information, visit our student loan page.


PLUS Loan for Graduate Students

This loan is available to graduate students, in addition to Stafford loans. This loan is credit based. The loan has a fixed interest rate set by the government, but repayment starts soon after the last disbursement. The loan amount can vary but can be awarded up to the full cost of attendance minus any other financial assistance received.

Once you have been awarded federal student loans, visit our student loan page for more information. Loan funds will not post to your student account until the loan request process is complete, a valid MPN is on file, and entrance counseling has been completed, if applicable.

We understand the economic constraints that many face today. The qualified A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary staff are dedicated to helping students successfully complete the process of applying for financial aid and paying account balances. We welcome questions as well as the opportunity to assist all students with any aspect of this process.

Tozer Seminary offers student financial aid at the graduate level as outlined by the U.S. Department of Education. Federal student financial aid is available to United States citizens and permanent residents who are not in default on prior student loans or do not owe a refund of any federal education grant.

In all circumstances, in order to qualify for federal financial aid, Tozer Seminary students must be enrolled in a minimum of five units of graduate level course work per term and the five qualifying units must apply toward a graduate degree; students enrolled in certificate programs or as non-degree-seeking students are not eligible for federal financial aid.

To apply for financial aid, several steps must be completed. Please go to the applying for financial aid page for step by step instructions.

Students must make satisfactory academic progress in order to remain eligible for financial aid. Please review the Student Financial Services Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (PDF).

Federal Financial Aid

Stafford Loans

Stafford loans are available to graduate students. Stafford loans are long-term, with a low fixed interest rate set by the federal government and repayment generally begins six months after the student graduates or ceases to be enrolled at least half-time.

For more information, visit our student loan page.

PLUS Loan for Graduate Students

This loan is available to graduate students, in addition to Stafford loans. This loan is credit based. The loan has a fixed interest rate set by the government, but repayment starts soon after the last disbursement. The loan amount can vary but can be awarded up to the full cost of attendance minus any other financial assistance received.

Once you have been awarded federal student loans, visit our student loan page. Loan funds will not post to your account until the loan request process is complete, a valid MPN is on file, and entrance counseling has been completed, if applicable.

Institutional Aid

Tozer Legacy Scholarship

Available to students who received their bachelor's degree from Simpson University. In order to qualify for this scholarship the student must maintain continuous enrollment once beginning a program with A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary. Scholarship award is 50 percent off the first course of the first term of attendance and 10 percent off all subsequent courses.

Children/Youth/Young Adult Pastor Professional Development Scholarship

To qualify a student must submit a letter of support from their church, on church letterhead, indicating service as a children/youth/young adult pastor. Letter of support must be received annually. Scholarship award is 50 percent off the first course of the first term of attendance and 10 percent off all subsequent courses.

Teaching Timothy Fund

The Teaching Timothy Fund was initiated by Mrs. Frances P. Owen to encourage the emerging leadership of The Christian and Missionary Alliance to pursue graduate theological education. Initial preference in awards is given to male candidates for ordination in the C&MA, with secondary preference going to ordained male pastors/missionaries. Award amounts typically cover tuition of two to six courses in one academic year.

Dr. Richard W. Brown Family Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2007 by the family of Dr. Richard Brown, who served as director/dean of the Simpson Graduate School of Ministry from 1996-2005. First preference is given to students with a minimum of two years of full-time ministry experience; an undergraduate grade average of at least 2.5; and intentions of pursuing full-time pastoral ministry.

Bud and Rosemary Tozer Memorial Scholarship

Forrest "Bud" Tozer was the second son of A.W. and Ada Tozer. His children began the scholarship in 2007 to honor their father, who served in the Korean War as a Marine and was wounded. The scholarship is awarded annually and preference is given to military servicemen or –women enrolled in a degree program at Tozer Seminary.

Outside Scholarships

Any students receiving outside scholarships must agree to have all outside funds posted to their student account so long as there is an outstanding balance due. Scholarship funds payable to the student may be released directly to the student so long as the account is paid in full and Student Financial Services has been notified of the scholarship.

The below sites may be helpful in searching for scholarships. This list is not comprehensive. Simpson University does not endorse any of these companies. These sites are only provided as a few additional sites for reference.

If you would like more information on outside scholarships, or would like your scholarship posted on our website please email financialaid@simpsonu.edu.

View list of Outside Scholarships

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Aaron Seever Sales Scholarship   September 30, 2014
Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program   June 14, 2014
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Active Data Scholarship   April 30, 2014
AES Engineers Scholarship   October 6, 2014
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Asian Pacific Fund   Varies
ATTSavings.com Scholarship   Varies
Auto Insurance Center Music Video Scholarship   December 1, Annual
Auto Insurance Essay Scholarship   January 15, Annual
Bargain Bus News Scholarship   April 15, 2014
B. Davis Scholarship   May 27, 2014
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship   Varies
Big Fish: Online Games Scholarship Contest   May 31, 2014
BigSun Scholarship June 20, 2014
BlackStudents.com Scholarship   Varies
Boomtown Internet Group Scholarship   April 14, 2014
Brian White Scholarship   July 1, 2014
Cabletv.com Scholarship   Varies
CampusRN Scholarship   Varies
Cash Store Scholarship   Varies
CentryLinkQuote.com Scholarship   June 22, 2014
CheapAutoInsurance.org Scholarship   October 1 and March 15
Chegg Scholarships   Varies
Christian Community Credit Union Scholarship Program   March 31, 2014
CJ Pony Parts Scholarship   April 15, 2014
ClearInternetServices.com Scholarship   August 31, Anuual
College Affordability for Minority Students   Varies
CollegeClasses.Com   May 1, 2014
Construction & Engineering Scholarship   July 12, 2014
Corcentric Accounting Software Scholarship   May 23, 2014
Counseling Scholarships   Varies
CPAP Shop Scholarship   May 1, 2014
Carpey Law Scholarship   May 1, 2014
CZ Jewels Fashion Jewelry Design Scholarship   April 15, 2014
Deals.ServiceBundles.com Infographic Scholarship   June 22, 2014
Debate the Law Scholarship   April 1, 2014
Debt.ca International Student Loans Scholarship   May 31, 2014
DigiCert's Internet Security Scholarship   April 1, 2014
Drive to Learn Scholarship   March , Annual
DutchCrafters Heritage Scholarship   May 1, 2014
Elkus, Sisson & Rosenstein, P.C. Academic Scholarship   July 1, 2014
Employee Ownership in America Scholarship   May 16, 2014
EntirelyPets Scholarship   March 15, 2014
FastWeb   Varies
Foundation for Rural Education and Development   February 15, Annual
Free Scholarship Searches   Varies
FrontierBundles.com Scholarship   June 2, 2014
Future Counselors of America Scholarship   June 30, Annual
Golden 1 Credit Union Scholarships   January 15, Annual
Goldstein & Hayes Scholarship Contest   May 31, 2014
GraduatePrograms.com Scholarship   Varies (quarterly)
Heart On Your Wrist Scholarship   May 15, 2014
Hispanic Scholarship Fund   Varies
iModules Scholarships   Varies
Job-Applications.com Scholarship   December 15
Law Offices of Adam D. Perlmutter Scholarship Contest   December 31, 2014
Lexington Law Scholarship   Varies
Liljegren Law Group   June 5, 2014
LowVArates-Military Scholarship   Varies
Mango Salute Hello Scholarship   May 1, 2014
Medical Goods, Inc. Minority Nursing Student Scholarship   May 31, 2014
Motorcycle Riding Scholarship   March 15, Annaul
MyBookBuyer.com Scholarship   May 31, 2014
New Look Laser Tattoo Removal Scholarship   June 30 & November 3, Annual
Niren & Associates Annual Scholarship for US Students   July 30, Annual
Nursing Education Scholarship   January 10, 2015
Offers.com Scholarship   December 15, Annual
Pearl Software Scholarship   May 1, 2014
PeopleSmart Scholarship   April 30, 2014
Philanthropic Education Organization (P.E.O.) Sisterhood   Varies
PlushBeds Scholarship   August 15, 2014
Q Link Wireless   April 1, 2014
QuikshipToner.com Student Scholarship   June 15, 2014
Redding Republican Women Federation Scholarship   April 1, 2014
Resume Companion Scholarship   Varies
Safe Driver Student Scholarship   July 1, 2014
Sallie Mae Scholarship Search   Varies
Scholarships.com Scholarship   Varies
Scholarship for Finance & Economics   December 15, Annual
Scholarship Guidance   Varies
SchoolSoup.com   Varies
Shane Co. College Scholarship   March 15, 2014
Shift Insurance California Students Scholarship   July 2, 2014
Simpson Tuition Scholarships   Varies
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Soroptismit Women's Opportunity Awards Program   December 15, Annual
Smith Publicity Scholarship   March 1, 2014
Starving Student Scholarship   March 21, 2014
SuretyBonds.com Scholarship Program   March 31, 2014
Sussle Scholarship   Varies
Therapy Professional Scholarship   December 15, Annual
The Reeves Law Group Scholarship Contest   July 1, 2014
The Rural Students Scholarship Essay Contest   May 30, 2014
Thermo Scientific Pierce Scholarship   July 31, Annual
United Negro College Fund   Varies
U.S. Bank Internet Scholarship Program   May 29, 2014
USBundles.com Scholarship   June 22, 2014
USDish Scholarship   June 7, 2014
USLO Student Entrepreneur Scholarship   April 15, Annual
Vandelay Web Scholarship   May 1, 2014
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