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Deborah E. Trautman Future Nurse Leader Scholarship
The AACN and NursingCAS offer the Deborah E. Trautman Future Nurse Leader Scholarship of $5,500 to graduate students enrolled at AACN member schools affiliated with NursingCAS.
Michigan Section One AWWA Operator Scholarship
The scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to one undergraduate student interested in an education in water or water operators seeking to further their professional development via college courses.
Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program
The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program of $2,800 is awarded to undergraduate or graduate students interested in advancing toward doctoral study upon completing their bachelor's degree.
AES Engineering Scholarship
AES Engineering Scholarship is a merit-based award for high-performing students who are high school seniors or attending a post-secondary educational institute.
Barbara A. Cooley Master’s Scholarship
Barbara A. Cooley Master’s Scholarship is awarded by SHAPE America annually to a postgraduate student enrolled in a healthcare course at any university in the United States of America.
CJ Pony Parts Scholarship Video Contest
CJ Pony Parts, a Mustang parts retailer, gives two $500 scholarships to individuals pursuing post-secondary education annually.
Monroe Scheflo Memorial
The Monroe Scheflo Memorial offers an award to a student from North Dakota or a Durum-producing state enrolled in a full-time agricultural program at an accredited college in the United States.
FSF Case Study Competition
Fashion Scholarship Fund member schools provide students studying in any field the possibility of being awarded $5,000 by competing in its FSF Case Study Competition.
Helene M. Overly Memorial Graduate Scholarship
Helene M. Overly Memorial Graduate Scholarships by WTS Foundation offers female students in graduate programs in the transportation field a scholarship of $10,000.
U.S. Bank Scholarship Program
The program offers an opportunity to build a strong and healthy financial foundation while securing a chance to win between $1,400 to $14,000 to fund your college education.
Alma Exley Scholarship
The Scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled in a teacher training program at a Connecticut college or university. Students in their junior or senior year and master’s students are eligible to apply.
Good Works Scholarship
Karin Riley Porter offers $1,000 to undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in community service to further their education. There is only one winner each year.
Unigo Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship
The Unigo Zombie Apocalypse Scholarship for zombie fans provides a $2,000 scholarship to a zombie apocalypse enthusiast who has a sound apocalypse-survival plan.
Law School Diversity Scholarship Program
Buckfire Law firm annually offers the Law School Diversity Scholarship Program to support law school students belonging to minority groups or demonstrating a defined commitment to issues of diversity.
Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG)
The Ohio Department of Education offers its Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG) ranging from $100 to $7,000 to all undergraduate students, who demonstrate financial need, to further their education.
Voice of Democracy Scholarship Competition
The VFW is committed to encouraging patriotism and investing in the next generation, offering $30,000 in college scholarships to the Voice of Democracy Scholarship Program winner.
Medical Diversity Scholarship Program
Every year, the Buckfire Law firm offers one available scholarship valued at $2,000 per recipient for undergraduate study across the United States.
Paramount Builders, Inc. Scholarship
Paramount Builders offers the Paramount Builders, Inc. Scholarship of $1,000 to undergraduate students pursuing business management or marketing-related studies at an accredited institution every year.
Steel Intern Scholarships
The AIST Foundation offers awards of $7,500 and $12,000 each to 40 undergraduate and graduate students interning during the summer at a North American steel company.
Farah & Farah Empowering Greatness Scholarship
The Farah & Farah Empowering Greatness Scholarship, worth $5,000, is awarded to five undergraduate students in Florida, United States.
Wellington Management HBCU Scholars Program
The Wellington Management Foundation offers the Wellington Management Foundation Scholarship of $5,000 to an African American college junior student to complete his/her studies.
“What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up” Art Contest
The “What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up” Contest of up to $1,000 is offered to three winners between pre-kindergarten to 12th-grade security for their higher education.
You are the Future Scholarship
Financial Plus Credit awards its “You are the Future” Scholarship of $1,000 to one undergraduate student enrolled in a part- or full-time undergraduate program in Michigan.
Daniels Scholarship Program
Every year, the Daniels Scholarship offers four-year renewable scholarships of up to $25,000 to about 240 graduating high school seniors in four states across the U.S.
Evans Scholars Program
The Evans Scholars Foundation, administered by the Western Golf Association, offers up to $60,000- scholarships to deserving caddies to pursue undergraduate degrees in Ohio.
About October Scholarships
October is a great time to take advantage of scholarship opportunities. Many organizations offer scholarships to help students pay for college and other educational expenses. Scholarships may also be available to individuals who are trying to further their career in a particular field or pursue a new skill set. There are many resources available to find scholarships, such as searching online databases or talking to your guidance counselor. It is important to carefully review the requirements for each scholarship and make sure that you meet the criteria before applying. With a little bit of research, you may be able to find the perfect October scholarship program to help you achieve your educational goals.
Applying for scholarships can be a great way to save money on college tuition. Don’t wait until it is too late; take advantage of the October scholarship opportunities now!
Cost of College in October
College Expenses is a topic of great significance and interest to many college-bound students. According to the College Board’s Trends in College Pricing report, the average total cost for tuition, fees and room and board for an in-state public four-year school was just over $20,770 in the academic year 2018–2019. Although these costs can be daunting, there are three schools that remain relatively affordable. These three institutions are the University of Wyoming, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the City University of New York's (CUNY) Baruch College. Despite their affordability, all three universities offer quality programs and resources for students. The University of Wyoming has an average tuition cost of just over $7,000, while the University of North Carolina at Greensboro has an average tuition of around $7,500 and CUNY Baruch College offers an average tuition rate of almost $8,000. All three schools also offer financial aid options to help lower costs for qualified students. October is the perfect time for students to research these schools and many more to find the college that fits their budget.
Tips for Winning Scholarships in October
1. Start Early: Begin researching and completing scholarship applications as soon as possible in October. Many scholarships have deadlines that are early in the month, so it’s important to give yourself enough time to find them and complete your application before then.
2. Make a List of Requirements: Before you start applying, make a list of all the criteria you need to meet in order to be eligible for the scholarships. This will help narrow down your search and make sure that you are only applying for those that you qualify for.
3. Utilize Resources: There are many online resources available such as scholarship databases, college websites, and financial aid offices where you can find information about scholarships. Take advantage of these resources to find the best scholarship opportunities for you. Additionally, talk to your guidance counselor or other school administrators who can help point you in the right direction.
Frequently asked questions
When should I start applying for scholarships?
Start early to get a lot of practice on your application and essay. This will give you more chances of being shortlisted or accepted. Getting an earlier start will also help you gather all the documents required for submission.
How to apply for scholarships?
The process of application is given in the scholarship details. Commonly the scholarships require important documentation like identification, school transcripts, and financial information. Some scholarships that are specific to demographics may require you to submit heritage information.