• Keep the following tips in mind when using the Internet or scholarship search organizations to find student financial assistance for education and training after high school:

  • First, ask about possible sources of financial assistance in your local community and state, such as businesses, community groups, schools, religious and civic organizations.

  • Your local library may have scholarship books available in the reference section.

  • Be cautious of scholarship scams. Visit the Federal Trade Commission online at for more information.

You should not be required to provide credit card information to use a free scholarship search.

  • Many online financial assistance search services request information about you in order to find financial assistance programs you may be eligible for. Some of these companies may send you information about other services that they provide or even sell your information to another company. Read the fine print carefully.

  • Many online financial assistance search services list duplicate programs; however, the more services you use, the greater your chances of finding additional programs.

  • If you are interested in federal student loans, do not apply for them online go through office at the school you are planning to attend and ask about the process to apply for student loans.


A Nurse I AmScholarships for nursing students, deadline February 29.

American Indian College Fund: Financial aid for tribal colleges

American Indian Higher Education Consortium: Scholarship information for Native American students

Back to College Resources for Re-Entry Students: Scholarship information for adult and returning students, minorities, women, and graduate and professional students.

Career One StopYour source for career exploration, training, jobs & scholarships 

Clark Foundation Practical Nursing Scholarships

College Connection: Free scholarship information page

College Fund/UNCF: Scholarships for students who attend United Negro College Fund colleges and universities

College Link: Database of scholarships that doesn’t require personal information

CollegeNet Scholarship Search

Community Nursing Scholarships

EDUPREP: Scholarship database, ACT/SAT preparation, college admissions and tours, and admissions essay assistance

FastaidPrivate sector scholarship database

FastWEB: Scholarship search, tips on careers and financial aid, finding a college

**Fitzgibbon Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship: Obtain application from SCCC Financial Aid office. If receive scholarship must agree to fulfill one year of employment at Fitzgibbon Hospital and/or Affiliates.

Free Scholarship Search Information Service: References 169,938 scholarship awards, special area for adult learners

Grant Search for NursingResource of web sites

Fund Finder (by the College Board): Search more than 3,300 national, state, public, and private financial assistance programs

GOCOLLEGE: Searches the databases of more than 8,000 funding sources and 600,000 individual awards is your source to FIND and APPLY for federal grants.

Guide to ScholarshipsChamber of Commerce has developed this informative website to help you in your scholarship search.

Guide to Hispanic Financial Aid Opportunities: Scholarships, grants and other financial assistance sources for Latino students

Hispanic College Fund: Scholarships for Hispanic undergraduate students majoring in business

**Margaret G. Buckner Scholarship Trust: To be considered for this scholarship applicants must be a high school graduate and agree to work in Saline County after graduation. Grades and need will be considered. Application can be picked up in the SCCC office or by contacting Gordon Buckner, PO Box 625, Marshall MO, 886-3408. Scholarship Search: Financial assistance for the military community

Minority Online Information Service: Scholarship opportunities for minority applicants

**Missouri Hospital Association’s Health Professions Scholarship Program: For students pursuing careers in nursing and the allied health care professions. Deadline is May 26th.. Applications are available online at or

**Missouri League of Nursing Scholarship Program: MLN offers two scholarships each year. Scholarship information will come to the Financial Aid Office during the school year. Interested students will be asked to see the financial aid officer for scholarship requirements. Only one student for each scholarship can be nominated from the school to be sent to MLN to be considered for these scholarships.

SallieMae FundThe institute for Higher Education Policy estimates that there are billions of dollars in college scholarships available each year. This web site has SallieMae available scholarships plus other scholarship searches.

Scholarship Grant Blog: The site provides some of the essential information necessary to get school grants and make education something affordable. It covers different types of grants, their sources and how to apply for them. It organized this fairly complex subject in a way that's usable and easy to understand.

Scholarly Societies Project: Locate scholarships by academic field of study

Scholarship Page: Search for scholarships by keyword or browse list

Scholarship Resource Network Express: Searchable database of private-sector, non-need-based aid Scholarship search and financial aid resource

Scholarships, Fellowships and Postdoctoral AwardsFinancial assistance for college, graduate school, and postgraduate study by category.

Schoolsoup.comFind scholarships that match your interests and profile by searching through $32 Billion worth of scholarships.

Student AidScholarship search information

Wired Scholar: Financial aid database; college preparation, selection, and application information

USA Funds Access to Education ScholarshipsTM: USA Funds offer financial support to students with economic need. Up to 50 percent of awards are targeted to members of ethnic minority groups or individuals with physical disabilities. Applications are available online.