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Undergraduate Types of Aid

Undergraduate Outside Scholarship Search

Scholarship | Various Amounts | Outside Quinnipiac

While Quinnipiac offers a number of financial aid resources and scholarships, we encourage you to supplement your financial aid by search for outside scholarships.

Outside Scholarships

Students are encouraged to research outside scholarship opportunities that may include private sources such as your high school, local businesses, civic groups, national companies, church groups, charitable foundations, associations, etc. Below are links to free search engines to help you navigate the outside scholarship application process.

Scholarship Searches

finaid.org/scholarships
A free, comprehensive website for students seeking outside scholarship assistance

 

fastweb.com
FASTWEB, the nation's largest free scholarship search engine

 

scholarshipamerica.org
Dollars for Scholars, a free service

Additional Scholarship Opportunities

Accredited Schools Online
Various scholarships open to all students across a variety of majors.

Amazon Future Engineer
The Amazon Future Engineer scholarship program assists high school seniors who have completed a computer science course and plan to continue their education by attaining a bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering, computer engineering or other computer science related field of study from an accredited 4-year college or university.

Healy Foundation
Students entering junior or senior year at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States, a GPA above 3.0, and existing financial need combined with unexpected hardship

Hispanic Fund
Open to all students with a focus on those of Hispanic backgrounds

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Two types of scholarships: One for high school seniors going into college and the other for college transfer students

United Negro College Fund, Inc. (UNCF)
UNCF offers various scholarships open to all students across a variety of majors.

Regional Scholarships

Main Street Community Foundation
The majority of scholarships require you to be a resident of Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington or Wolcott, Connecticut or require that you are attending a high school in one of those towns. However, there are a few scholarships that do not, so please read the eligibility criteria carefully before applying.

Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut
For students who live in Connecticut or Rhode Island.

Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
Various scholarships to apply for students from the Greater New Haven area.

Community Foundation of Greater New Britain
Various scholarships to apply for local public high school seniors from Berlin, New Britain, Plainville and Southington. A small number are awarded to graduating seniors from Farmington, Newington and Wethersfield.

Connecticut Community Foundation
Various scholarships to apply for. Students must be from Greater Waterbury and Litchfield Hills, CT.

Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford
Scholarship for Jewish students currently residing in the Greater Hartford area.

SBM Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Students who are full-time residents of Hartford, Tolland, or Windham Counties.

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