FA & Scholarships

Scholarships can be found everywhere. AVOID SCAMS! You should never pay for help to find money for college.


College & Universities

Colleges and universities represent the largest source of scholarships for students attending college. Scholarships amounts vary! Check the financial aid and scholarship resources posted on the college you would like to attend. 

  • President Scholarships
  • Merit Based Scholarships
  • Departmental Scholarships
  • First Generation Scholarships
  • Endowed Scholarships

Additional Scholarships Resources

  • Community resources (community foundations, civic associations, social and professional clubs, fraternal organizations {e.g., Elks, Moose, Kiwanis, Sertoma}, patriotic and veteran's organizations, local trust funds)
  • Parent's and student's employers
  • Faith-based organizations (churches, temples, mosques, etc.)
  • Extra-curricular organizations (4-H, Boy/Girl Scouts, musicians' organizations, civic theaters, etc.)
  • Volunteer and community service scholarships (nominated through schools and youth organizations)
  • Hospitals or other health service providers 
  • Local businesses
  • In-State College Alumni Chapter Scholarships (Example: Auburn University Atlanta Alumni Chapter ATL Auburn Univ. Chapter Scholarship


Financial Aid Award Letters are typically found on your college school portal, following your acceptance with your assigned log-in information. However, depending on the college, they could mail them as well.

Please check with the financial aid department for inquiries.