Monthly Archives: December 2014

Joyce Ivy Foundation Scholarships

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The Joyce Ivy Foundation is a non-profit, 501c3 committed to the academic advancement and leadership development of young women from the Midwest. We are a source of scholarships and information. Through the Joyce Ivy Foundation Summer Scholars program, we provide scholarship for talented high school students to attend summer academic programs on college campuses. We are a forum for ideas…. Read more »

GPACAC Scholarships

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The Great Plains Association for College Admissions Counseling (GPACAC)  scholarship committee would like to announce that applications for 2015 are now available for your students at Please click the link in the scholarship window on the home page for more information on each scholarship. In 2014, the GPACAC awarded $7,000 to deserving college-bound high school seniors in our region… Read more »

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Tuition Program

Nebraska Wesleyan University has launched a full tuition program to further expand college access for Nebraska students. Access NWU will provide scholarships to Nebraska students who meet academic and financial need qualifications. The scholarships will be equal to the cost of tuition after state and federal grants are applied to a student’s financial aid award. Nebraska Wesleyan is the only… Read more »

EducationQuest’s FAFSA Reminders

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Seniors…it’s time to prepare for the FAFSA! The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the application for state, federal and college-specific financial aid. Even if you don’t think you’ll qualify for need-based financial aid, you should complete the FAFSA to qualify for low-interest student and parent loans. Follow these steps to prepare for, and complete, the FAFSA and… Read more »

University of Chicago’s Neubauer No Barriers Scholarships

The Neubauer No Barriers Scholarships for International Students create opportunities for talented students from around the world to receive additional support from the University of Chicago. Non-US Citizens attending high school in the United States and undocumented students, who are typically ineligible for most forms of financial aid, will also be considered. Outstanding students who share the Neubauers’ commitment to… Read more »

Lincoln Community Foundation Scholarships

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Lincoln Community Foundation Scholarship The 2015 Lincoln Community Foundation Scholarships are now available to download at Students are reminded to attach only the first page of the FAFSA Student Aid Report, which contains the Expected Family Contribution for 2015-16 when a scholarship requires financial information. Submitting a 2014-15 report will result in automatic declination. Deadline: March 31st, 2015