Castle High School $cholarship List
Name of ScholarshipDeadlineAmountQualificationsHow to ApplyNotes
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Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship8/31/2023Full tuition/feesResident of IN, graduate of Warrick HS, 3.7 GPA, essay and interview required for finalists instructions:
Indiana University Wells Scholar9/12/2023Full cost of attendance at IU BloomingtonSrs interested in attending IU Bloomington can apply to be one of Castle's 2 nominees. Please note that students applying for this nomination should also apply to IU Bloomington as soon as possible and no later than November 1, 2023. The Wells Scholars nomination is a separate application process than university admission. If you would like to be considered for IU Wells Scholars nomination, please send your resume to Mrs. Fulkerson in the Guidance Office at no later than 3 pm on Tuesday, September 12, 2023. The two students selected to be Castle's nominees will be voted upon by the Castle High School staff. If not selected to be one of the two nominees, students may consider self-nomination through the IU Wells Scholars website.Each year, between 18 and 22 incoming IU freshmen are offered this highly competitive scholarship. Past nominees generally place in the top 5% by class rank, have a GPA of at least 3.9 out of 4.0, and (optionally) a 1430+ SAT score and/or 32+ ACT score. To learn more about this prestigious opportunity, visit the Wells Scholars website at
Coca-cola Scholars10/2/2023$20,000Students need a 3.0 GPA and to fill out an online application that requires no essays, no recommendations, and no transcripts Coca-Cola Scholars Program scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to HS seniors. Students are recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, as well as their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools and communities. 150 college scholarships awarded
Heisman High School Scholarship10/17/2023$1,000Honors hundreds of the nation’s most accomplished,
community-minded HS senior athletes, 1 winner selected from each HS with 3.0GPA, record of community service, and leadership.
Community-minded scholar-athletes can learn more and apply at top male and female applicants from each state will be awarded $1,000. Among the top applicants from each state, the 12 most outstanding will be identified as national finalists and win at least $2,000. Of the national finalists, a male and a female winner will be selected as the winner of the $10,000 National Heisman High School Scholarship.
Elks Most Valuable Student11/13/2023$1000-$7500 per yearApplicants will be judged on scholarship, leadership, community involvement, and financial need. high school seniors, or the equivalent, who are citizens of the United States are eligible to apply. Applicants do not need to be related to a member of the Elks.
U. of Southern Indiana B/MD Program11/17/2023Full tuition for undergradresident of IN, 3.5GPA, 27 ACT, 1280 SAT, no superscores, 3 reference letters USI B/MD scholarship offers an opportunity for focused Pre-Medical students to earn a scholarship for their undergraduate studies while they receive the best access to pre-medical advising.
USI Multicultural Leadership Scholarship12/8/2023$5000/yearAwarded to students who demonstrate academic achievement and leadership in diverse organizations, environments and leadership capacity for civic engagement and within the workplace. 3.0GPA - Interview Day
Equitable Excellence Scholarship12/18/2023$2500-$5000Awards students from across the country who work hard to make a positive and lasting impact in their communities and beyond. 100 renewable awards of $5,000 each and up to 100 one-time awards of $2,500 each will be granted. must: Demonstrate ambition and self-drive as evidenced by outstanding achievement in school, community, or work activities. Be a United States citizen or legal resident living or claiming residency in one of the 50 U.S. states, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico. Demonstrate financial need.
Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarships1/10/24Up to $35,000To be eligible: minority HS senior, US citizen, record of academic excellence, leadership potential Staff will be hosting a Q&A session on Tuesday, November 28 to answer any questions you have about the application process.
Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship1/31/2024Up to $10,000/yearEducation Majors, Rank in the top 20% of HS class, or have a top 20% ACT or SAT score, or 3.0 cum GPA. Must plan to attend Indiana institution high school and college students who are planning to teach in the State of Indiana for at least five years can apply
Johnson Foundation Scholarship1/31/2024varies - 2 per WCSC High School, up to $5000Scholarship for students interested in Communications/Media/Journalism/Music fields. At least 2.7 GPA, must attend college on a full-time basis, require financial assistance, SAT/ACT scoresmust submit completed application form, transcript, letter of rec from teacher or counselor and one from a non-family member, short essay Link Here Two awards per WCSC HS will be issued: one will go to a student wishing to minor/major in Journalism and one for Music, if there are no applicant for this field of study, any field of study is eligible.
Clarence & Dorothy Gerard Scholarship for Nursing1/31/2024$10,000Graduating senior of any high school located in Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick County, planning to pursue a nursing degree, Renewable for 4 years Criteria - Graduating seniors of any high school located in Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick counties with a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average (4.0 scale) and who are planning to pursue a nursing degree at an accredited college, university, or technical/vocational school within the counties served by the Community Foundation Alliance (Daviess, Gibson, Knox, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer Vanderburgh, and Warrick). Recipients of the scholarship must attend a college, university, or technical/vocational school located in one of these counties.
Dahni Jo Memorial Scholarship1/31/2024Two $1000Graduating senior who resides or attends school in Gibson, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick and will major in
veterinary science, animal science, animal behavior, veterinary technology, zoology, or a related field. scholarship in loving memory of Dahni Jo Shanafelt created by her family and friends to enable her spirit to live on through community and educational activities that help animals and others.
Greater Evansville USBCA Scholarship1/31/2024$1,000Eligible students (or their parents) must have been members of the Greater Evansville USBCA for two of the past four years and be attending high school in Posey, Vanderburgh or Warrick County. will be based on the applicant’s grade point average, involvement in bowling, level of community involvement and service, the required essay, and letters of recommendation.
Melba Jean Racener Scholarship1/31/2024$3,000Graduating seniors of any accredited HS in Daviess, Gibson, Knox, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, or Warrick. 3.0 cumulative GPA (4.0 scale), planning to pursue post-secondary education in advertising, marketing, communications or a related field. will be based on academic performance and financial need, with preference given to applicants who demonstrate active participation in extracurricular activities, especially as they relate to the applicants’ major.
Southwest Indiana Master Gardeners Association1/31/2024$2,500Student planning to major in a course of study that has a primary focus on horticulture, botany, or landscape architecture. 2.65 GPA will be based on financial need and academic performance; however, financial need will be given priority in the selection process.
Thomas F. Walls Youth Hockey Scholarship1/31/2024$600Graduating seniors of any accredited HS in Gibson, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Co, GPA of 3.0, who have participated in the Evansville Youth Hockey Association or have participated in an IHSAA-sanctioned sport. Applicants must be planning to pursue post-secondary education at any accredited college, university or technical/vocational school. Preference will be given to students who have participated in the EYHA. scholarship created in loving memory of Thomas F. Walls by his parents, Lee Ann Shafer and Dennis Walls, as well as other family and friends, to support the efforts of the Evansville Youth Hockey Association (EYHA) to develop a competitive and respected hockey program for young men and women and to encourage the highest levels of academic excellence, sportsmanship, and leadership.
Right to Life Oratory and Art Scholarship2/1/2024$250-$1000The Art Scholarship Contest is open to all students enrolled in grades 9-12. The Oratory Scholarship Contest, for jr/srs, is an essay/speaking contest. Eligible students will write a 5-7 minute pro-life speech and present it to a panel of judges. Students may address the following issues: abortion, euthanasia, infanticide, or stem cell research., (812) 474-3195Theme for the scholarship this year is "Life, The Greatest Gift"
Allison Tenbarge Criminal Justice Scholarship2/2/2024$500Female student planning to pursue a post-secondary degree (2- or 4-year) in criminal justice or law enforcement and graduating from any high school in Daviess, Gibson, Knox, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh or Warrick County. scholarship created by the family of Allison Tenbarge in memory of Allie and her son, Parker, who were victims of domestic violence. It was Allie’s dream to follow in her father’s footsteps to pursue a career in criminal justice. This scholarship honors Allie’s memory by providing financial assistance to females studying criminal justice or law enforcement with the hope that once they enter the field, they will help make a positive impact in the fight against domestic violence.
Elizabeth Rudolph Warrick County 4-H Scholarship2/2/2024Two $1500Graduating senior from any Warrick County high school who has completeda minimum of 2 years of 4-H, 2.5GPA will be based on level of 4-H involvement as indicated by length of participation in 4-H, number/variety of participation in activities, leadership roles, embracing 4-H values and pledge (50%), the written essay (25%), letter of recommendation (20%), and financial need (5%). Scoring will reflect all aspects of 4-H participation and will not be influenced by awards/recognition.
Friends of Pioneer Scholarship2/2/2024$2,000HS grads or graduating seniors who are residents of counties served by LPH Territory(Dubois, Perry, Pike, Spencer, Warrick) Sales Representatives. Applicants must have a min. 2.5 GPA (4.0 scale) and have at least one parent employed in the agriculture industry (e.g. farming, veterinary, agri-business, livestock production, 4-H staff, crop and soil science, etc.). scholarship established by Pioneer sales representatives in the LPH Territory to support the educational endeavors of high school graduates and graduating seniors who have a parent employed in the agriculture industry.
Friends of Warrick County 4-H Scholarship2/2/2024$750Student graduating from any Warrick County High School who has participated in 4-H. will be based on all sections of the application form and the required essay, with special consideration given to applicant’s 4-H involvement.
Gray Farms Presidents Scholarship2/2/2024Two $1000Annual scholarship established to honor the past presidents of the Gray Family business interests. This scholarship was created to encourage and provide financial assistance to high school graduates of schools located in counties where the Gray Family has historically had business, includes Warrick Co. Criteria will be based on the following:Academics (10 points)
Work Experience (10 points) School Activities (10 points) Community Service/Activities (10 points) Extracurricular Activities: Fine Arts (10 points) Extracurricular Activities: Sports (10 points) Personal Statement (10 points) Unusual Circumstances (10 points) Financial Need (10 points) Essay: Statement of Aspirations and Educations Goals (10 points) Letters of Recommendations (10 points)
Harold & Grace Miller Memorial Scholarship by Main Street United Methodist Church2/2/2024Two $2185 awardsMembers of Main Street United Methodist Church in Boonville, who have been active in church activities for at least one year will be based on the required “Social Principles” essay (30%), level of involvement with Main Street United Methodist Church and/or level of involvement in community volunteer service (30%), explanation of education and/or career goals (15%), financial need based on the FAFSA EFC (Expected Family Contribution) number (10%), and the letter of recommendation addressing applicant’s evidence of faith, character, and leadership abilities (15%).
Harry A. Logan Fire Service Scholarship2/2/2024$1,000Graduating senior in the District 15 area (Gibson, Posey, Vanderburgh or Warrick County) planning to pursue post-secondary education at any accredited college, university or technical/vocational school majoring in Fire Services or related majors. 2.75GPA will be based on all sections of the application form and financial need, with particular consideration of applicant’s history of involvement in community service. Preference will be given to applicants who have been cadets or who belong to a family of multi-generational firefighters.
Hunter Thomas McDaniel “Hunter Strong” Scholarship2/2/2024$1000 for each WCSC HSGraduating seniors from each of the three Warrick County School Corporation high schools, who are planning to attend an accredited vocational/ technical school, college, or university as a full-time student. will be based on the student’s academic abilities, school and community involvement, honors and awards, employment and/or family care responsibilities and unusual circumstances identified on the student’s application, the quality of the student’s essay, and references.
Jay Lampton Memorial Scholarship2/2/2024$1,000Student enrolled in technology classes and planning to attend a postsecondary technical college with demonstrated financial need. will be based on financial need, academic performance, letter of recommendation, and the required essay. 2.0GPA
Krista Lutterman Hurt Scholarship2/2/2024$2000 (multiple awards possible)Graduating seniors of CHS with a 3.0 cumulative GPA (on a 4.0 scale) who are members of a CHS varsity athletic team in at least one IHSAA sanctioned sport, involved in school and community activities, and planning to attend an accredited two- or four-year college or university. scholarship created by Virginia and Randall Lutterman in memory of their daughter, Krista Lutterman Hurt, to provide scholarships to Castle High School graduating seniors who demonstrate the qualities of athletic achievement, academic excellence, leadership, service, and commitment to school and community.
Project Associates Engineering2/2/2024$2,500A graduating senior of a high school located in Gibson, Henderson, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, or Warrick County who has been accepted at the University of Evansville or the University of Southern Indiana and has enrolled in a course of study leading to a four-year engineering degree
Raymond Fletcher McIntyre Scholarship2/2/2024$1,000Student graduating from any Warrick County High School planning to study automotive technology. 2.5 GPA scholarship created by the family and friends of Raymond Fletcher McIntyre to honor his memory and generous spirit as a well-known community leader and businessman. Ray owned and operated Chandler Auto Parts where his passion for cars and his knowledge of automotive technology was a resource for car enthusiasts in Warrick County and throughout Indiana. Serving as a Warrick County councilman and on numerous local service organization boards, Ray was known for his fairness. He was a true statesman and servant of the people.
Sarah Frizzell Memorial Scholarship2/2/2024$2,000Student who is a current member of 4-H in good standing and graduating from any high school in Warrick County.
Liberty Federal Credit Union Ted Hitch Scholarship2/23/2024$5000 each/10 givenapplicant or parents must be LFCU members for 18 months, use at least 3 LFCU services, minimum 3.75 or pick up paper app at any Liberty FCU branch officeessay, FAFSA results, letter of reference, transcript
Heritage Federal Credit Union Scholarship2/29/2024Ten $2000Between the student and the parent/guardian, you must utilize at least 3 products/services at Heritage. Minimum GPA of 3.30. The student must be at senior at a HS within a county that has an operating Heritage branch. Please submit all required materials as PDF files in one email to by 11:59
pm on February 29, 2024.
Heritage will award 10 students with a $2,000 scholarship. The total scholarship will be distributed in increments of $1,000 over the student’s first and second year of school (at the beginning of each fall semester). Scholarship money will be deposited directly into the student’s Heritage account and can be used for tuition, books, fees, room and board, gas, or other related expenses.
Diamond Valley Federal Credit Union3/1/2024seven $1000 awardsA graduating senior enrolled in a Vanderburgh or Warrick HS and/or a current member and has been a member in good standing at Diamond Valley FCU at least 1 year; And/or a senior whose parent/guardian/grandparent is a current member and has been a member in good standing at Diamond Valley FCU for 1 year.Applications available in the Guidance Office, in person at any Diamond Valley location, or online at diamondvalleyfcu.orgApplication includes typed essay, 2 letters of recommendation, and a copy of your FAFSA Student Aid Report
Indiana State Teachers Association Career Scholarship3/1/2024$1,000This scholarship is open to students with demonstrated academic achievement and leadership in co-curricular activities and community involvement who are dependents of ISTA members. $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually with an option to renew for three consecutive years if eligibility requirements are met and a transcript is submitted.
Indiana State Teachers Association Educator Scholarship3/1/2024$1,000This scholarship is open to students actively pursuing a degree in education who are dependents of ISTA members. for selection includes academic achievement, leadership in co-curricular activities and community involvement and submission of an essay and recommendations.
Indiana State Teachers Association Damon P. Moore Scholarship3/1/2024$1,000This scholarship is open to a minority public high school senior who plans to pursue a teaching certificate. scholarship was named for Damon P. Moore, an African-American educator, who served three terms as ISTA president and continues to be a positive role model for young minorities aspiring to enter the education field. The $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually with an option to
renew for three consecutive years.
Indiana State Teachers Association Justine M. Harrell Scholarship3/1/2024$1,000Open to a public high school senior pursuing a degree in education. Awarded for a total of 4 years, min. 3.0 GPA, enrolled in an education curriculum at a college/university in Indiana. Applicants for the need-based scholarship must also meet the income criteria of at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty line.
Indiana State Teachers Association Louis B. Russell Scholarship3/1/2024$1,000Open to a minority public high school senior who plans to pursue industrial arts, vocational education or technical preparation at an accredited post-secondary institution. scholarship was named for Louis Russell, an African-American industrial arts educator, who acquired international recognition as the world’s longest-living heart transplant patient. The $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually with an option to renew for one consecutive year.
James Stott Engineering Scholarship, ECS Solutions3/1/2024$1,0003.3 GPA, major in electrical or computer engineering or computer science,resident of Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh or WarrickScholarship | ECS CareersCompleted scholarship application, original high school transcript, letter of academic recommendation from a teacher or academic advisor, typed essay (not to exceed one page) which describes your scholastic achievements, how you got interested in electrical or computer engineering field, what past experiences have influenced your decision to pursue a career in electrical or computer engineering?
MOR Scholarship, Evansville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.3/4/2024up to $10,000Awards are based on merit and need. Merit is the relative degree of motivation displayed in such matters as overall academic performance, involvement with and contributions to school and community organizations, and earning and saving money for his/her/their education. Need is the relative inability of the student to meet the cost of his/her post-secondary education.
Charlier Christian Leader's Scholarship3/15/2024Varies - approx $10,000 total awardedDemonstrate financial need, resident of the Evansville regional area, 3.0GPA, leadership potiential, active faith and a visible Christian witness and Betty Charlier founded the scholarship with the intention of identifying young Christian leaders and helping them accomplish their goals for the future.
Evansville Pi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma3/15/2024$1,000Male or female education Go to the menu tab “More”.The winner will be notified by early April, and he or she will be honored and presented with a check at the school’s scholarship night or class day.
Castle Senior Scholarship Fund3/15/24VariesThere are 2 steps to the application process: 1. Submit the google form application. 2. Turn in the appraisal form to the guidance office Castle Senior Scholarship Fund application is now live! Students in the Class of 2024 can now apply via the Google form posted in their Google classroom. Over 100 scholarships were awarded last year, so don't miss out on this opportunity to earn money for college/post-secondary education!
Gill Orthodontics Scholarship3/21/2024Two $1000Applicants must currently be in orthodontic treatment or have completed orthodontic treatment by Dr. James Gill. Minimum 2.5 GPA. recipients will be determined based on essays, academic achievement, and participation in school and community activities.
Alpha Kappa Alpha/Pearls of Distinction3/29/24Minority female, 2.5 GPA, financial needApplications available in the Guidance Office or email or LINK here.AKA Sorority, Inc.® cultivates and encourages high scholastic and ethical standards; promotes unity and friendship among college women; alleviates problems concerning girls and women; maintains a progressive interest in college life; and serves all mankind through a globally-impactful organization of nearly 300,000 college trained members both domestically and internationally.
Play for Kate4/1/2024Varies $500-$10003.0 GPA, US Citizen, Community involvement is crucial, 3 letters of rec, essayApplications available in the Guidance Office, or HERE, or online at www.playforkate.comRecipients will be selected by the Play For Kate, Inc. Board based on the application materials provided. All scholarship applicants will be notified of the committee’s decision at their school’s scholarship night. Payment will be made to the recipient’s school of choice upon notification and in accordance with the school’s scholarship guidelines.
Indiana Sheriff's Association Scholarship Fund4/1/2024Forty $750 awardsOpen to Indiana residents, Must be pursuing an education and career in the criminal justice field, must be a member or become a member of the or hard copy available in the Guidance Office. Call 1-800-622-4779 for more information
Warrick County Farm Bureau4/1/2024$500Applicant or parent or guardian should be a member of the Warrick Co. Farm Bureau for at least one year.Link To Application
The Ashton Lee Pryor Love First Love Big Scholarship4/1/2024$500-$1000US Citizen, 3.0GPA, or 2.0 GPA for trade/vocational schoolApplication HERE or in the Guidance Office. Completed application form, 3 letters of recommendation, essay addressing one of 3 provided topics, proof of college acceptance, transcript.Recipients will be selected by the Love First Love Big Board based on the application materials provided. All scholarship applicants will be notified of the committee’s decision at their school’s scholarship night. Payment will be made to the recipient’s school of choice upon notification and in accordance with the school’s scholarship guidelines.
Warrick Co Teachers Assoc Partners4/2/2024variesFor WCSC students going into a helping professionLINK to Application HEREOne from each WCSC high school will be awarded.
Chandler Kiwanis4/2/2024$1,000Applicant must have a Chandler address to apply.The applications must be returned to the Kiwanis Club of Chandler. Link to ApplicationChandler Kiwanis, 422 Pony Lane, Chandler IN 47610
Newburgh Girls Softball4/3/2024$500Female graduating senior involved with Newburgh Girls Softball for at least 4 years. Involvement may include players, umpires, coaches and volunteers. Must submit essay and letter of recommendation.Link to Application HEREApplicants must submit requirements by US mail on or before April 3, 2024 to: Scholarship, Newburgh Girls Softball, PO Box 254, Newburgh, IN 47629
Yankeetown Alumni Scholarship4/3/2024$150Yankeetown graduate, Senior in HS with a 2.0 GPA or higher and write a short essay explaining your continuing education plans.Link to Application HERE
Bally's Evansville Project 21 Scholarship Program4/4/24Three $2000 awardsProject should address the subject of deterring young people from engaging in underage gambling or on the social/legal ramifications of underage gambling (e.g., fines, penalties, criminal records, deterrence).Application available in the Guidance Office. Submit essays, posters, and videos to Bally's Evansville, Attn: Ashley Justice. Phone 812.433.4059 or email ajustice@ballysevansville.comProject 21 is in educational program designed to communicate the consequences associated with under aged hambling. High school and college students age 17-21 may submit psoters, essays, and/or videos.
Smiles for Steph Scholarship4/5/2024$1,000Castle HS senior pursuing a career helping othersApplication LINK Email completed application to or mail to Smiles for Steph Scholarship, c/o Ann Tormoehlen, 1679 Devonshire Ct, Seymour, IN 47274Evaluation of applicants will based on financial need, academic achievement, community service, school involvement, and future aspirations.
Warrick Rotary Service Above Self4/6/2024$750Must attend BHS, THS, or CHS, be planning to attend a college or trade school. Selection criteria: service above self qualities, leadership qualities, school and/or community service, letters of referenceApplications available on Google Classroom and in the Guidance Office. Link to Application One award at each of the 3 WCSC High Schools. Must mail application and postmark by 4/23/22. For questions,
Kyle Parker Memorial Scholarship4/8/2024$4,000At least one parent or legal guardian must be deceasedApplication available in the Guidance Office or LINK HERE Reside in Vanderburgh, Posey, Warrick, Gibson, or Henderson County, Be a graduating high school senior planning to attend a post-secondary institution in the fall of 2022, Demonstrate a commitment to community service and provide documentation of the service
Kiwanis Club of Historic Newburgh 4/24/2024$1,000awarded for improved academic/overall achievementLINK HereReturn application to Guidance Office
Chandler Youth Basketball Association4/26/2024Two $500Be a US citizen, Be a graduating high school senior, 2.5GPA, Played a minimal of one season with Chandler Youth Basketball, Attend an accredited 2yr, 4yr, or vocational institution within one year of HS graduation, 2 page essay required of Scholarship To provide financial assistance to a CYBA participant with an interest in pursuing a continuing education post high school in any field of study
Newburgh Junior Baseball5/1/2024$1,000Applicant must have been involved with Newburgh Jr Baseball for at least 2 years, includes player, umpire, or coach. Essay, transcript, letter of recommendationLINK to apply. Scholarship entries can be sent to with the subject line "NJB Scholarship"The scholarship winner will be determined by the Booster Club Scholarship Committee. The criteria used will be: 1. Number of years involved with NJB 2. High school GPA and class rank 3. Other extra-curricular activities and honors 4. Letter of Recommendation 5. Essay
Be Kind for Ollie Scholarship5/1/2024up to $2000 Early Childhood Education and/or Special Education majorsLink to ApplicationOliver “Ollie” Dill was a beacon of gentleness and love for all those he encountered. Our mission with the “Be Kind for Ollie” project is to honor his life by serving children through education, health, and other human service initiatives. With your help, Ollie’s radiant spirit can endure through acts of kindness. Ollie adored his teachers and thought of them as family. Be Kind for Ollie would love to give back to the teaching community that brought him so much happiness.
Fabulous after 30 Evansville5/6/24$500Vanderburgh or Warrick resident, 2.7 GPA, 30 hours of documented community service, essayLink to ApplicationFabulous After Thirty Evansville will offer its 10th Annual Scholarship. To date we have awarded 22 scholarships for students right here in the community we serve. The Scholarship is open to all High School Seniors in Warrick and Vanderburgh County. All applicants must plan to pursue higher education at an institution leading to a degree.
IN Army National Guard Minuteman ScholarshipPackage valued at over $110,000High quality candidates identified and nominated by recruiting personnel. SAT 1000/ACT 19Those interested should contact Nathan Patterson at 812-447-8896 or by email at scholarship covers tuition, room & board, and books. Recipients also received a $420.00 a month tax free stipend that is paid directly to them while in school. USI has a 4-year award winner, and his package is valued at over $110,000.
NROTC Scholarship Marine OptionFull tuition/fees plus book stipendUS Citizen, 17 years of age, within Marine Corps heaight, weight, and body fat standards, pass physical fitness test, 1000SAT or 22ACT or 74AFQT path to commission as a Second Lieutenant in the US Marine Corps. Full tuition and fees. Receive your Bachelor’s Degree in a degree field of your choosing You can pick from over 150 of the nation’s leading colleges and universities.
Marian University Educators for Tomorrow ScholarshipAdmitted to Marian by Jan. 1, 202450% Tuition3.5 GPA, education majors Educators for Tomorrow Scholarship is available for all Fred S. Klipsch Educators College programs and is aimed at helping students achieve their academic goals without worrying about the financial burden.