There are 3 sources for scholarships: national groups, local groups, and universities themselves.
Most scholarships received at Conant are listed in the Local Scholarship link below. Please also be sure to complete the FAFSA and other college financial aid forms. There are many other types of aid available besides scholarships.
These school, district, community, and state scholarships have smaller applicant pools than national scholarships. Click the link below to see the scholarships you are able to apply for.
Each university has its own programs that are often the best sources of scholarships. Contact the university or check their website for further information.
Automatic Merit Based Scholarships
Some universities offer automatic scholarships based on a students gpa and standardized test score. Just apply to the school, meet their gpa and test score scholarship requirements, and receive the scholarship. See the list at the link below.
Midwest Student Exchange Program
If you have a certain gpa and/or test score, some schools will offer in-state tuition or close to it. See the link below to search schools that are part of the Midwest Student Exchange Program.
Harper Promise Scholarship
A scholarship offered to every student in Harper’s district that would fund up to two years of college.