Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship & Excellence in Education Program
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship was created to encourage outstanding students to pursue
careers in math, science or engineering and to foster excellence in those fields. One and two
year scholarships will cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, and room and board up to a maximum
of $7.500.
Coca–Cola Scholars Program
High school seniors can apply between August 1 – October 31, anticipating completion of high
school diploma at the time of application. Planning to pursue a degree at an accredited U.S. postsecondary institution; carrying a minimum 3.0 GPA at the end of their junior year of high school.
Semifinalist are notified in mid-November and must then complete a secondary application,
including essays, official transcripts,

 and two letter of recommendation. National Scholars receive
awards of $20,000 for college. Regional Scholars receive awards of $10,000 for college. Full
eligibility requirements and program overview and be viewed on the website.
Charley Wootan Grant Program
The Charley Wootan Grant Program is open to students who at the time of application are U.S.
citizens or permanent U.S residents, are high school seniors or graduates (including GED
recipients) who plan to enroll or are students who are already enrolled at least half-time in an
undergraduate course of study at an approved two or four year college or university or vocationaltechnical school, and demonstrate financial need, and are eligible to receive Title IV (federal
financial aid) funding. For complete details see the Charley Wootan Grant Program website
KFC Colonel’s Scholarships Program
To be eligible to compete, 

an individual must graduate from high school, earn a minimum
cumulative high school GPA of 2.75, plan to pursue a bachelor’s degree at a public, in-state
college or university, to be a U>S. citizen or permanent resident, and demonstrate financial need.
The application process opens the first of December and closes the middle of February. In
addition to the Program’s staff, KFC Colonel’s scholar is also matched with a volunteer mentor.
Nordstrom Scholarship Program
Nordstrom awards college scholarships of $10,000 to hardworking high-school students with
dreams of a higher education. Paid out in equal installments of $2,500 over four years to the
college of their choice. Awards are for undergraduate study. Scholarships will be awarded on the
basis of academic achievement, awards/honors, leadership, school activities, financial and
employment history, community/volunteer activities. See specific eligibility criteria on the
Nordstrom website. DUE DATE; MAY 1ST
Tylenol Scholarship Program
For students choosing to pursue a career in taking care of others. The Tylenol Scholarship
Program helps students getting a healthcare-related education. Students receive $5,000 grants
or $10,000 scholarships. For additional scholarship details check out the Tylenol website. DUE
DATE: May 14th.
Regional Centers Offering College
Planning Information

In Phoenix, the College Depot operates out of the Burton Barr Central
Library. The center offers free workshops for students and families on
college readiness, financial aid, scholarship, ACT and SAT test
preparation and applying for college. The College Depot also provides
one-on-one assistance to help you plan for college. 

Learn morn at
In Tucson, the bilingual staff at the Regional College Access Center
930 E. Broadway, offers one-on-one assistance with college and career
planning. It’s website,, features a college toolkit,
and a free online database with local and national information about
colleges, scholarships, career exploration, and financial aid and
academic resources.
In Flagstaff, the Northern Arizona College Resource Center provides
free information, technical assistance, advising and referrals to students
and their parents or guardians regarding all aspects of the college
admissions and financial aid process. Services also include a variety of
workshops and other community events to promote awareness of and
access to postsecondary education. To learn more, visit
Scholarship Search Websites
AzCAN – College Access Network
This is a very helpful and informative website, including webpages designed for students/parents
and foster youth/homeless youth. These web pages include popular links to topics, including but
not limited to paying for college, planning for college, interests & careers, and foster
care/homeless resources including scholarships and financial support.
Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education
This is an extremely helpful and informative website. 

It provides beneficial information for foster
care youth and alumni including financial aid links and other foster youth resources. This website
also answers questions on paying for college. Other information includes such topics as Arizona's
adult-education programs, Arizona Workforce Connection, education tax credits, among others.
This site also provides such links as and among
College Board
Provides students with scholarship and financial aid information. Scholarship search.
College Connection
Search for scholarships by minority, subject, student type, 

state and many more.
Fast Web
Internet scholarship search service to help students make the decisions that shape their lives;
choosing a college, paying for college, and find jobs and internships
Financial aid, Scholarships and Student Loans. Offers a scholarship search tool (requires
registration). Check out the Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid Booklet.
Questbridge is a non-profit program that links bright, motivated low-income students with
educational and scholarship opportunities at some of the nation’s best colleges. Questbridge is
the provider of the National College Match Program and the College Prep Scholarship.
Independent online source for free college scholarships searches and financial aid information.
US College Grants and Scholarships
Access 1,000’s of educational grants and scholarships for college tuition, books, and living
U.S. Department of Education
USA Funds
USA Funds provides information regarding college planning and scholarships. Explore various
scholarship opportunities listed under "scholarship links"

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