The Forty & Eight of St. Joe County Scholarship
The Forty & Eight is a charitable honor society of American veterans whose purpose is “To assist and promote the welfare and well-being of those who served in the Armed Forces of the United States, during all wars and conflicts recognized by the Congress of the United States, and their widows and orphans; to participate in all memorial services for and to be part in and to encourage others to participate in the proper observance of all days honoring veterans; to preserve the memories of our Services in the Armed Forces of our Country; to actively participate within our membership in projects relating to (a) the welfare of the children of America; (b) the health of our Nation by fostering a nurses training program; and (c) selected charitable endeavors.”

The Forty & Eight has 35,000 member Voyageurs worldwide. Voiture Locales meet at Legion Posts or at their own Chateau (club house). Membership is invitation only to honorably discharged veterans and active duty personnel.

One (1) $750.00 scholarship will be awarded annually ($250.00 per semester for 3 semesters) to a student pursuing a degree in Nursing at Glen Oaks Community College.

Eligibility Criteria for Scholarship

  • Student must have a 3.0 or higher cumulative gpa.
  • Student must be accepted into the Level I or Level II Nursing program at Glen Oaks Community College.
  • Student must be enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more) or the enrollment level pursuant to meeting the Level I or Level II course requirements each semester.
  • Financial circumstances, academic ability, and career goals will be taken into consideration.
  • Student must submit a letter of recommendation from a Glen Oaks Community College faculty or staff member

Maintenance Criteria for Scholarship

  • Student must maintain a 3.0 or higher cumulative gpa each semester while receiving the scholarship.
  • Student must be enrolled full-time (per the eligibility criteria above) each semester receiving the scholarship.

Deadline: May 17th, 2019

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Altrusa International of Branch County

Altrusa International of Branch County is now accepting applications for scholarships.

  • Open to non-traditional students pursuing post-secondary education.
  • Applicants must be Branch County residents.
  • Selection is based on:
    • Financial need
    • Career/educational goals
    • Community service
  • Applications are available at:

Deadline for applications is March 31st, 2019

Kalamazoo Promise

All students who graduate from KPS, are residing in the district, and have been KPS students four years or more are eligible. (Enrollment and residency must be continuous.) The tuition benefit will be graduated on the basis of length of attendance in the Kalamazoo Public School system.

Student must be admitted to and enrolled at any public State of Michigan university or community college and making regular progress toward a degree or certification, maintaining a 2.0 grade point average at the post-secondary institution and completing a minimum of 12 credit hours. If the GPA drops below 2.0, a student may be reinstated if he/she is able to bring their GPA back to at least a 2.0.


For more detailed information please visit the Kalamazoo Promise website.

Follett Bookstore Scholarship
Follett Bookstore will award ten (10) $200.00 Follett gift cards to be used for textbooks only. Gift cards will be awarded for Winter 2018 semester. Limit one scholarship award per student per academic year.

Note: High school dual enrolled students are not eligible.

Applicants for this scholarship must meet all of the following eligibility criteria:

  • Student must submit a one-page typed essay describing future educational and/or vocational plans.
  • Student must be in their second year at Glen Oaks Community College.
  • Student must have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA.
  • Student must have completed at least 2/3 of all credits attempted.
  • Student must be enrolled in 6 credit hours or more during semester receiving the scholarship.

Please contact the GOCC Financial Aid Office at 269-294-4260 or via our Contact Form with any questions.

National Farmworker Jobs Program
This is a grant from the Department of Labor that assists those who have done seasonal and migrant farm work within the last 2 years. Unlike student loans, this is a grant and therefore does not have to be paid back. This grant can only be considered by students who are only planning on obtaining a two-year degree or less. This grant can assist students with tuition, books, tools, and a weekly stipend for time spent in the classroom.

Contact: Proteus, Inc, 851 Marietta Street, South Bend, IN 46601
Phone: 574-855-5326
OMNI Community Credit Union @Work Scholarship Program
OMNI Community Credit Union would like to assist those members who have graduated from college with a scholarship to help with their college debt. At a minimum, must be currently employed for at least one year after graduation to be eligible. We would provide six college graduates with a two-thousand five hundred dollar scholarship paid directly to the student loan provider. College graduates must be members of the Credit Union in order to be eligible for the scholarship.
Campus Explorer Exclusive Scholarship
Campus Explorer Exclusive Scholarship is a monthly $1,000 giveaway, designed to help students pay for their higher-education expenses. Every month, Campus Explorer will announce a new scholarship – and a new way to win. A winner will be randomly selected from the entrants.
Castle Ink’s Green Scholarship
Castle Ink’s Green Scholarship is a $2500 scholarship for students who are United States citizens or permanent residents with a minimum 2.5 Grade Point Average.
MassMutual Scholars
MassMutual Scholars is a national scholarship program for high-achieving African American, Asian, and Hispanic students interested in careers in the insurance and financial services industry.
Midwest Energy Cooperative Adult Scholarship
Adults age 21 years and older who receive monthly electric service from Midwest Energy Cooperative, and whose primary residence is in Midwest’s service area, may apply for one of two $1,000 college scholarships. One scholarship will be awarded for the fall semester and one for the winter semester. Scholarships may be used for tuition, fees and/or book expenses and will be paid directly to the college or university.

Applicants must be enrolled for a minimum of 6 credit hours at a community college, a 4-year university or an accredited trade school. Two letters of recommendation from non-family members are required with application submission