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25+ Scholarships with September 2022 Deadlines



The following scholarships include opportunities for high school students, undergraduate students, graduate school students, doctoral students, female students, elementary students, middle school students, and adult students.


1st Financial Bank Financial Goals Scholarship. This is a monthly scholarship open to US residents age 18 and older who are planning to enroll or currently enrolled in a college degree program. This is a drawing or sweepstakes scholarship.

Award: $2000. Deadline: last day of every month


ABSFE National Scholarship Program. This scholarship is for US citizen college students enrolled in funeral service or mortuary science programs. Award: Up to $2500. Deadline: There are two application deadlines annually, March 1st and September 1st.


AfterCollege-AACN Scholarship Fund. This $2500 scholarship is open to students pursuing a bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degree in nursing.

Award: $2,500. Deadline: March 31st, June 30th, September 30th and December 31st.


Because College is Expensive Scholarship. This scholarship is open to high school juniors, seniors, current college students and adults looking to head back to school. This is a scholarship sweepstakes. It is offered quarterly.

Award: $500 Deadline: March 31st, June 30th, September 30th and December 30th.


BELDON Scholarship. This scholarship is for students seeking a degree in business, management, communications, marketing or a related field. Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.5.

Award: $1000. Deadline: Sept 1st.


Employment BOOST Academic Scholarship. This scholarship is open to high school seniors and 2 year and 4 year college students in the US with a GPA of 3.6 or higher. This scholarship is open to students pursuing any major. 1 scholarship will be given to a student pursuing any major and a 2nd scholarship will be given to a student pursuing business or STEM fields.

Award: $1000. Deadline: Accepted year round on a rolling basis.


Environmental Awareness Scholarship. This scholarship is in association with Reusethisbag.com. This $1,000 scholarship has deadlines of February 1st and September 1st. It is open to high school students and college students of any age worldwide. There are also opportunities for student groups and student classrooms to also apply.

Award: $1000. Deadline: February 1st and September 1st.


Fulbright US Student Program. This is an extremely prestigious program open to high school seniors, undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and professionals with up to 5 years of professional study or experience in their field. This award covers all expenses including travel and a living stipend for open study/research, serving as an English Teaching Assistant, or in public health or National Geographic storytelling.

Award: All expenses including travel and a living stipend for open study/research. Deadline: September 15th


Golden Door Scholarship. This scholarship is for DACA an undocumented students who are high school seniors and current undergraduates. Applicants must have a high GPA and have demonstrated leadership and community service.

Award: up to $40,000. Deadline: October 23rd.


GoSkills Scholarship. This scholarship is for female high school or college students who are pursuing any career field but have the goal of starting their own online business. This scholarship is not based on financial need, GPA or demographic criteria. There are no age restrictions.

Award: $2000. Deadline: Scholarship is biannual and the deadlines are September 15th and March 15th of each year.


HaPI Measurement Scholarship. This scholarship is from Behavioral Measurement Database Services. scholarship for graduate students pursuing health or psychosocial sciences such as psychology, counseling, sociology, social work, nursing and public health.

Award: $500. Deadline: September 1st.


Horticulture Research Institute Scholarship. This scholarship is for students in undergraduate or graduate landscape or horticulture programs.

Award: Up to $5000. Deadline: September 2nd.


Innovation in Education Scholarship. This scholarship is open to high school and college students who have designed an innovative project that makes a difference in the lives of others with a GPA minimum of 3.0. Open to students in the US and Canada.

Award: $500 and repeats monthly. Deadline: The 20th of every month.


Landholm Scholarship. This scholarship is for enrolled college students from Nebraska who are pursuing veterinary medicine.

Award: Up to $4500. Deadline: January 1st and September 1st.


MagellanTV Women in STEM Scholarship. This scholarship is open to five female-identifying college or university students seeking a higher education in STEM. Write an essay or video submission why you are studying STEM.

Award: Multiple awards at $1,000. Deadline: September 1st.


Margaret McNamara Education Grants. These educational grants are awarded to women who intend to work in or with a developing country to improve the lives of women or children. Applicants must be at least 25 years old.

Award: up to $15,000, recipients can pursue travel to Latin America, South Africa and Canada. Deadline: September 15th or January 15th depending on travel plans.


MaxHome Scholarship. This scholarship is open to US undergraduate students pursuing fields of business, marketing, advertising, business management or other related fields with a GPA minimum of 3.5.

Award: $1500. Deadline: September 1st.


MyMozaic Scholarship. This $1,000 monthly scholarship is open to US citizens ages 13 and older. This is a scholarship sweepstakes or drawing.

Award: $1000. Deadline: The last day of every month.


OppU Achievers Scholarship. This is a $2500 scholarship open to high school seniors, college, graduate, professional or trade school students who are US citizens with a GPA of at least 3.0. College students must be attending at least part time to be eligible. This scholarship is awarded quarterly.

Award: $2,500. Deadline: September 30th, December 31st, March 31st and June 30th.


QuestBridge National College Match. This scholarship is for low-income high school seniors who have excelled academically, but feel that the nation’s best colleges are financially out of reach.

Award: Up to $200,000+. Deadline: September 27th.


RN to BSN/MSN Challenge Scholarship. This scholarship is for registered nurses (RN) working toward a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN). Applicants must be a legal resident of the US with a GPA of 3.5.

Award: $1000. Deadline: September 1st.


SBB Research Group STEM Scholarship. This scholarship is open to students enrolled full time at a college or university, who are pursuing STEM fields (science, technology, engineering or mathematics). Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.5. This scholarship is open to students worldwide and there are no age restrictions.

Award: $2,500. Deadline: On a rolling basis (12 awarded per year).


Show Your Mettle – Women In STEM Scholarship. This scholarship is open to any female student pursuing IT or STEM may apply for this scholarship.

Award: $1,500. Deadline: September 1st.

Smart Service Scholarship. This scholarship is open to individuals who are pursuing a career in a skilled trade or field service profession such as construction, HVAC, plumbing, etc. Applicants must have graduated high school in the last 15 years.

Award: $2000. Deadline: September 1st.


The May Firm Scholarship. This bi-annual scholarship has deadlines of September 15th and January 15th each year. This opportunity is for enrolled community college or university students. Write about one traumatic experience you experienced in your life and how you overcame it.

Award: $1000. Deadline: September 15th and January 15th each year.


Too Cool for School Scholarship. Open to high school, 2-year, 4-year and graduate college students. This is a scholarship sweepstakes. DACA students are also eligible.

Award: $1000. Deadline: Quarterly - March 31st, June 30th, September 30th and December 31st.



We the Future Contest. This is a scholarship from Constituting America. There are various categories of scholarships for students as young as age 5 up to students over the age of 65. Categories:

  • Students ages 5-12 and in grades K-5. Must submit a poem or a holiday card as part of the application. Award is $100.

  • Students ages 11-15 and in grades 6-8. Must submit an essay, STEM project, song or PSA. Award is $200.

  • Students ages 14-19 and in grades 9-12. Must submit an essay, STEM project, song, film or PSA. Award is $1000.

  • Students ages 17-24 and in Undergraduate college. Must have 12 or more credit hours. Must submit a speech, STEM project, song, film or PSA. Award is $2000.

  • Students ages 18 or older who are in Graduate or Law school. Must submit a short film or speech. Award is $2000.

  • Students who are age 25 and older and are filmmakers. Award recipients will receive worldwide exposure.

  • Teachers in K-12 grades. Must submit a lesson plan that addresses the US Constitution. Award is $1000.

  • Senior adults ages 65 and older. Must submit an essay. Award recipients will receive worldwide exposure and TV experiences.

Award: Up to $2000. Deadline: September 17th.


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Jean O’Toole is an educational consultant and author of the bestselling book, Scholarship Strategies Finding and Winning the Money You Need. Over the past 15 years, she has helped tens of thousands of students in the United States. Individuals collectively have been awarded millions of dollars by applying her scholarship strategies. In 2008 she co-founded Connections101, a company specializing in providing motivational tools for scholarship searching. It is her goal to empower students to design their paths to their future without college debt. For more information about Jean, visit www.connections101.com.

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