Nebraska State College System Scholarships

The Nebraska State College System offers two system-wide scholarships. They are the competitive/merit based Board of Trustees Scholarship and the Governor’s Opportunity Award. More information and applications are available at https://www.nscs.edu/info/22/scholarships.

  • Board of Trustee’s Scholarship
    • Full-in state tuition over four years
    • Score at Least a 25 ACT or 1700 SAT
    • $19,200 (current rate)
  • Governor’s Opportunity Award
    • Half-in state tuition over four years
    • Score between 21-24 ACT of 1500-1600 SAT
    • $9,600 (current rate)

Other scholarships can be found at each of the state college’s websites:

Lincoln Legal Professionals Association Scholarship

In order to apply for the Lincoln Legal Professionals Association Scholarship, a senior must: have a minimum GPA score of 3.00 be a high school senior, college freshman, college sophomore, college junior or college senior be a resident of Nebraska major in Legal Studies, General, Pre-Law Studies, Law, Advanced Legal Research/Studies, General, American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence, Canadian Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence, Banking, Corporate, Finance, and Securities Law, Comparative Law, Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources Law, Health Law, International Law and Legal Studies, International Business, Trade, and Tax Law, Tax Law/Taxation, Intellectual Property Law, Legal Research and Advanced Professional Studies, Other, Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary, Legal Assistant/Paralegal, Court Reporting/Court Reporter, Legal Support Services, Other, Legal Professions and Studies, Other or Maritime Law Enforcement.

Application materials are available at http://www.nebraskalegalprofessionals.org/LLPA. The deadline is March 13th, 2017.

For additional information, please contact:

Sheila Anderson
Lincoln Legal Professionals Association
301 S 13th St, Suite 500 Lincoln NE, 68508
402-437-8598

Johnny Baxter Carriage House Foundation

The Johnny Baxter Carriage House Foundation is pleased to announce the continuation of its scholarship program for students interested in attending one of Nebraska’s Community Colleges to study in an automotive field. A $1,500 grant will be awarded in each of the six Community College areas in Nebraska for students pursuing training for an automotive career. Students who meet the following criteria may submit the application form, which is available by clicking here or using ScholarshipQuest. Add New