Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

How to Begin Your Scholarship Search

Published on: 6/17/2020

Begin your scholarship search by visiting the financial aid or admissions website of the institution you are planning to attend. Many scholarships have their own individual applications while others may be awarded by the institution based on completion of the FAFSA. Scholarship opportunities may also be available through your parent's place of employment or your own employer. The following websites or resources may also be helpful in your scholarship search:

Fast Web: A free matching scholarship service for students in all grade levels.   

Cappex​: A one-stop college planning and scholarship resource for students and parents. 

E Campus Tours: Provides virtual college tours, scholarship resources, and more. 

JLV College Counseling: Catalog of scholarships by month, interest, major, and a number of other criteria. 

College Week Live​: Free advice about the college scholarship and admissions process. 

Navy ROTC Scholarships: Information and requirements for the Navy ROTC program. 

Army ROTC Scholarships​: Information and requirements for the Army ROTC program. 

College Board Scholarship Search: Connects students and parents to information on nearly $6​ billion in scholarships, financial aid, and internships. ​

Scholarships.com: Free scholarship matching service. 

UNCF Scholarships: Information about scholarship, internship, and fellowship programs available through participating historically black colleges and universities and their partners. 

Scholar Snapp: Provides students with a seamless method of applying to college and scholarship programs. 

Scholarship America: Scholarship search engine and college planning resource. 

Thurgood Marshall College Fund: Scholarships and resources provided by the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. 

APIA Scholarship Program: Annual scholarship program for Asian and Pacific Islander students. The scholarship is typically available in September of each year. 

American Indian College Fund: Information and resources provided by the American Indian College Fund. 

Dell Scholars Program: Link for the Michael and Susan Dell Scholarship program. The application typically opens in October of each year. 

Chegg​ Scholarships: Free scholarship matching resource. 

GA Futures: Scholarships and financial aid resources provided by Georgia Student Finance Commission. ​






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