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Scholarships

  • SCHOLARSHIP  OPPORTUNITY FOR ANY MALE ATTENDING THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE.

Complete the application here: https://louisville.sigep.org/bms/

Each year, Sigma Phi Epsilon is happy to annually present over $3,000 of scholarship to incoming freshman. The scholarship is awarded based on academic excellence, involvement and service. The application takes about five minutes to fill out  and potentially leads to an interview before the scholarship is awarded. Winners do not have to join the fraternity or even attend rush to win. Our intention with the scholarship is simply to award young men who embody principles that drive success.

The scholarship is only available to males coming to the University of Louisville. Through the following link, you can find our chapter’s application for the scholarship.

Stop by the Counseling office for a flyer of information or click on the the name above. If you want to go directly to the website for information ​click here.  Deadline to apply is February 28. 

A $1,000.00 scholarship will be awarded to a female minority student who is seeking enrollment in a four-year college or university.   For more information and the application click on the link above or stop by the counseling office.  Deadline to apply is February 16. 

Scholarship is open to students who have a minimum 2.5 gpa and at least one parent of African American or Black Caribbean descent. Click on the link above for the application or stop by the counseling office. Deadline to apply is January 15.

One time scholarship of $1000.  Two essays required - application is found on the TOPDOLLAR site.  This scholarship is exclusive for students planning to attend WKU in the Fall of 2020.  Deadline to apply is February 15.  

A few scholarship opportunities on the KYTC's website.  Check them out by clicking on the link above. These are not only scholarships but programs that will help you find a job after graduation with the KY Transportation Cabinet.  If you have any questions, please see your counselor. Deadline for two of the scholarships is February 1.​

Applicants must be a graduating Kentucky high school senior who has been accepted to an accredited college or university in pursuit of a service-oriented profession. Stop by the counseling office to pick up an application or click on the link above.  Applications must be received by the group no later than May 1. 

The MTM Scholarship will be awarded to students who are pursuing a career in the field of education, and who demonstrate scholastic achievement, service to others, and the highest standards of character. Click on the link above or stop by the counseling office for an application.  ALL APPLICATIONS must be returned to the counseling office by February 21. 

Eligibility requirements: a student must be a graduate of a public, parochial or private high school in KY,  have the ability to succeed at the undergraduate/graduate level of study,  have taken the SAT or ACT, be accepted by, or enrolled in, an accredited college, university or School of Divinity and primary campus located in Jefferson County, Kentucky as a full-time student (full time students must carry at least 12 hours), demonstrate financial need.​  Click on the link above to print a copy of the scholarship or stop by the counseling office to pick up an application.  Return your part of the application to Mrs. Cook by Friday, March 13. 

There are still local scholarships in the counselors office. Email your counselor, or stop by the counseling office to pick them up and apply!! Deadlines are approaching!

Scholarships for Military Families:

Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarships

These scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit rather than financial need.

ARMY ROTC:  www.goarmy.com/ROTC

AIR FORCE ROTC: www.afrotc.com

NAVY ROTC: www.nrotc.navy.mil

Veterans Service Organzation Scholarships

The following organizations offer scholarships primarily to active duty military, veterans, and/or their families.  

American Legion: www.legion.org/scholarships

AMVETS: www.amvets.org/programs/scholarships.html

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS: www.dav.org/volunteers/scholarship.aspx

PARALYZED VETERANS AMERICA: www.pva.org/scholarships

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS: www.vfw.org/community/programs

VIETMAN VETERANS OF AMERICA: www.vva.org/scholarship.html