Brown Memorial Scholarship, and the Roy T

List of Legitimate Scholarships by State from R to W Rhode Island to Wyoming

Scholarship information may be under different headings depending on what college website you are on. Some areas to look for include Financial Aid, Admission, Future Students, Prospective Students, Incoming Students, Student Services, Campus Life or Paying for College.

Sometimes scholarships and grants may be included among the Quick Link facts or even under the FAQ section. All university and college websites contain information about financial aid and college scholarships, although some schools can offer only the federal grants.

STATE FUNDED GRANTS Administered by the Rhode Island Commission on Higher Education. Explore this page for financial assistance resources for Rhode Islanders.

RHODE ISLAND OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS

Access to Opportunity is a retention program designed to serve Community College of Rhode Island students who qualify as low income and/or first generation in college (neither parent graduated from a four year college) or as having a disability. Mayfield Endowed Scholarship.

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY (MTSU)

MTSU List of Scholarships for All Levels

EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY (ETSU)

ETSU General Scholarships List find scholarship grants like Earl B. Bolling Memorial Scholarship, James E. Broach Scholarship, The George S. Brown Memorial Scholarship, and the Roy T. Campbell Family Scholarship.

SOUTHWEST TENNESSEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (STCC)

## ## STCC List of Foundation Scholarships

South Dakota

State Funded Grants Administered by the SD Board of Regents

SD Board of Regents Endowed Scholarships

The South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship for $5,000 is awarded to high school graduates from South Dakota who will complete a four year curriculum and maintain certain academic standards.

NORTHERN STATE UNIVERSITY (NSU)

NSU Financial Aid: Outside Scholarships

Public Educational Grant available to residents, or non residents or foreign students with financial needs. Students will register for selective service to be exempt from requirements but should show financial need.

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