Scholarships available for the 2022-2023 School Year!
Come by the Aztec College Readiness Center (next to the counseling suite) and look for the latest scholarship on the Scholarship Bulletin Board.
Check with your specific University for the Institutional Scholarships they offer & meet the deadlines.
- Ron Brown Scholarships
- Fastweb Scholarship Search
- FinAid: The Smart Students Guide to Financial Aid (scholarships)
- Scholarships by Category
- National Merit Scholarships
- College Board Scholarship Search
- Siemens Foundation Competition
- International Students Scholarships & Aid Help
- Disabled War Veterans Scholarship
- African American Scholarships (various areas)
- Scholarships Pathways
- Alphabetical List of Scholarships by Field of Study
- Scholarships for Students with Disabilities
- AFROTC High School Scholarships
- Minority Scholarships
- The Elks National Foundation Scholarships
- Marine Corps Scholarships
- STATE FARM INSURANCE Hispanic Scholarships
- National Scholarships at All Levels
- Scholarships for Students Working for Peace and Justice
- Students with Epilepsy Scholarships
- The Big Sun Scholarships (Students on Sports Teams)
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund
- African American College Grants
- College Connection Scholarships
- Super College Scholarships
- AES Engineering Scholarships (Essay)
- Scholarships for Military Children
- Art and Writing Awards
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
- Online Associate Degree Scholarship
- The Veterans of Foreign Wars Scholarships
- Healthcare Administration and Management Scholarships
Additional Resources including Scholarship and Career Links
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Adventures in Education
A nonprofit, public benefit program developed that helps students plan and complete their journey through higher education. By providing a web site and other free resources to students, parents, counselors, and educators, AIE encourages individuals to discover and pursue educational opportunities.
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U.S. community college tuition and fees are approximately 50% lower than those at 4-year colleges and universities. If you intend to pursue a bachelor's degree, you can lower the total cost of earning your degree by taking the first 2 years of a university program at a community college. Most U.S. community colleges have “articulation” agreements with 4-year colleges and universities to allow students to transfer their community college credits to a bachelor's degree program. State universities often guarantee entry as a third-year student if the student has completed all course requirements for the first 2 years of study.
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Texas Scholars — High School and Beyond is an initiative of Texas Business and Education Coalition (TBEC). It is an community-based initiative through which volunteers and educators working together motivate students to take a more purposeful approach in high school, and to plan for and work toward a career of their choosing after high school.
If you need additional assistance, please visit your high school counselor and/or College Advisor located in the AZTEC COLLEGE READINESS CENTER.