Parents of all high school and middle school students should read this next sentence carefully. Nearly 100% of the scholarship offers I read and distribute to seniors ask for details of the student’s community and volunteer service! Encourage your child to be involved in giving back to the community through volunteer service. Academics, character and involvement in school activities are important, but, foundations want to give to students who give of themselves. Students should start young and not wait until their senior year to try and pad their resume’.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Information
FAFSA College Financial Aid Form is now available on-line.
FastWeb Find money for college. - Tips on financial aid. - Dream School. - Get Recruited.
Federal Student Aid Largest source of student aid in America.
FinAid: The Smart Students Guide to Financial Aid Scholarships
Letters of Recommendation How to obtain the best letters of recommendation you can in as painless a way as possible.
Oregon Student Assistance Commission Financial Aid for Oregonians since 1959
TVCC Scholarships, Financial Aid, and Grant Resources from Treasure Valley Community College.
SallieMae Parent Answer - Resource for Parents.
ALWAYS MAKE A COPY of the documents listed below first before typing on them. These are the master documents and can be edited by anyone.
Adrian Local Scholarships-
Cover Sheet (required): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SsbUfrs-CMQ2s68cbcdjWi5iCAoQq5jTJ0GQ_n4IkJo/edit
Application, Rules & List of Scholarships:
Volunteer Work Template (optional to use):
Adrian Lion’s Club Scholarship-
In order of when deadlines close
Stand For Children Oregon - 2020 Beat the Odds Scholarship ($4,000-$16,000)
Eric Beck Memorial Scholarship - $2,000
Idaho Power Scholarship - $2,000
Nyssa Rodeo Club Scholarship
Four Rivers Association of Realtors Scholarship
Almost every college, university or trade school offers one or more scholarships for students who attend their school through a foundation on their campus. You’ll find most major Oregon Colleges and Universities are represented here, but if the school you’re interested in is not listed please contact the counseling office and we’ll help you find their foundation scholarship (if available).
Most of the scholarships on our web site are form-filled, which means you can type your information directly on to the application and then print it out. Click on this link to explain to you how you go about filling out such a scholarship application.