2021-2022 Scholarship Applications

Scholarships are divided by month, then by name. You will need to be cautious of due dates; watching those and staying on top of it would be your responsibility. Be sure to include all required documents when you turn it in: cover letter, activities resume, transcript, letters of recommendation, financial need letter, etc. Many organizations send a new application each year; you will need to be sure you fill out the correct application. Many need to be signed by you and your parents; you will also need the first 2 pages of the last 2 years of taxes. You will be asked to bring these to class early in the semester. All information will be kept confidential. 

If the form changes after the students have turned in their scholarship project to the College 101 instructors, the instructors will contact the students who have turned in scholarships to them and help them change the information over to the new form. If this site is used outside of College 101 -- please check back on the website before submitting your scholarship to see if the form has changed. When you submit your scholarship, it is only complete if you submit it with all the requirements.

Be sure to request your transcripts on the Counseling Office Google Form.

The Benton College Readiness Book is a guide offering tips to help you get ready to apply to colleges and for scholarships. It has info on creating an Activities Resume and filling out the FAFSA form, as well as the expectations for your Great Letter/Financial Need Letter. It also has a calendar of things you should be doing to prepare

Fill out this Scholarship Information Sheet to help keep track of your necessary information. Keep it SAFE!! You will need this for class; phones will not be allowed to check this info. 

 You will need an Activities Resume to attach to most scholarships.

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