UHS SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE
The UHS Scholarship Committee selects students for multiple community scholarships and awards. This committee consists of teachers, counselors, and administrators. Recipients are recognized at our annual awards event.
TIP: If you plan to submit multiple applications, save your work in a Word document to copy and paste to your next application.
- Prudential Scholarship (All Grade Levels)
- Toshiba Hoag Scholarship (Seniors)
- Future Educator Scholarship (Seniors)
- Girls State Seminar (Juniors)
- Boys State Seminar (Juniors)
- HOBY Leadership Seminar (Sophomores)
- Youth of the Month (Juniors)
More scholarships will be added throughout the school year, so keep checking back!
*Note: Uni, nor any of it's affiliates, are responsible for the legitimacy or quality of the scholarships listed.
Elks Scholarships! Click on the links below for details
Most Valuable Student
ZipRecruiter Recurring Scholarship
Scholarship Award: $3,000
Deadlines: June 30th & December 31st every year
Eligibility Requirements: Student must be 18+ years old and enrolled in classes by deadline date
You can visit our ZipRecruiter Scholarship Page for more information. If you have any further questions or concerns, please reach me via phone or email.
For more than 25 years, outstanding high school students have come to the NSLC to explore
a future career, develop leadership skills and experience college life.
For an overview of the programs Click Here
For information on scholarships offered Click Here
Department of Defense scholarships provide cash awards to students who have demonstrated ability and aptitude for excelling in STEM fields in disciplines of importance to DoD.
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Open to ages 14 to 23 year-olds.
Award: Participants earn Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Certificates and Award Medals.
Awards are based on four program areas: Volunteer Public Service, Personal Development, Physical Fitness and
Please Click HERE for additional information and how to register
Scholarships for Students with Disabilities (Disability.gov)
Multiple scholarships to review!
Please Click HERE for the link
Military Scholarships (ROTC)
More than 1.4 million Americans have made the choice to serve their country. The brave men and women who voluntarily invest their time in the United States Military are some of the well-respected citizens of the country. Choosing to enter the military should not forfeit your dreams of receiving a college education. Whether you are a member of the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, or Navy there are a number of college scholarships and grants available for service members, veterans and their families
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Nursing Scholarships - https://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/degrees/nursing-programs/scholarships/
Financial Aid and Grants for Nursing Students - https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/nursing-schools/scholarships-and-financial-aid/
Certified Nursing Assistant Scholarships - https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/medical-and-health/cna-classes/financial-aid-scholarships/
Scholarship Search Engines:
- College Greenlight
- Orange County Community Foundation
- Big Future Scholarship Search
- Scholarship Experts
- High Five Scholarships
- Tuition Funding Sources
- Going Merry
- Outside Scholarships
- The Best Colleges
- Religious/community orgs
- Local businesses
- Civic groups
- Professional associations
- Ethnicity-based organizations
- Your/your parent's employer
Types of Aid
The Financial Aid Process
Finding financial aid can seem overwhelming. The infographic below provides helpful information about the financial aid process.
Financial Aid Websites
Financial Aid Resources
Financial Aid Myths
"My parents make too much money so I won't qualify for aid."
There is no income cut-off to qualify for federal student aid. Many factors besides income are taken into account. In addition, some schools won't even consider you for merit-based scholarships until you have submitted the FAFSA. Don't assume... fill out the FAFSA and find out.
"Only students with good grades get aid."
Most federal aid programs do not take grades into account. Provided you maintain satisfactory academic progress in college, you'll continue to receive aid.
"The FAFSA is too hard to fill out."
The FAFSA is easier than ever. There are instructions for every question, and if you need help you can ask representatives via online chat. Most students complete the FAFSA in just 23 minutes!