College Name Scholarship Name Deadline for applying Description Date Posted Date
UNC Chapel Hill Morehead Scholarship October 15, 2015 Visit Site for more information 9-12-2015 9-21-2015
NC State Jimmy V Scholarship September 30, 2015
Catawba College Business Projects November 15, 2015
Gaston College 12 Scholarship applications for the 2011-2012 academic year are available through March 31.� Selection is based on community involvement, character, academcis and financial need.� Many scholarships are based on career interests such as business, accouunting, helath, paralegal, and mechanical engineering. � For information, visit the website listed below and click on financial aid.� Students must also submit a FAFSA.
Virginia Military Institute 12 Eligilibility:� SAT Reading and Math combined score of 1350 or ACT score of 30 and a minimum GPA of 3.7.� Based on the results of the application and interview process, Institute Scholars can receive awards from $5000 per academic year up to and including the full cost of tuition and fees. Applications may be obtained from the website listed below.
Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund 12 Eligibility: Applicants must be one of the following: ?�Dependent son or daughter of a US Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Guardsman or Marine who has become permanently disabled as a result of an operational mission or training accident ?�Dependent son or daughter of a US Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Guardsman or Marine who has been killed in action ?�Dependent son or daughter of a US Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Guardsman or Marine who has been classified as a Prisoner of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA).
Lenoir-Rhyne Teaching Scholars 12 The LR Teaching Scholars Program will provide scholarships of $5,500 per year for four years to incoming freshmen.� These funds will be offered in addition to the aid package for which the students�may already be qualified. Teaching Scholars will be selected on the basis of their potential for academic excellence as a university student and a sincere desire to serve others through a career in teaching.�Priority consideration will be given to students applying by January 10, 2015.� Additional�in
American Nuclear Society 12 ANS Incoming Freshman Scholarships are awarded to graduating seniors who have the intent to pursue a degree in nuclear engineering.� � For more information and an application, visit the website listed below. April 1
Forgivable Education Loans for Service 12 Are you interested in Nursing, Teaching, Allied Health, or Medicine? Forgivable Education Loans for Service are available for qualified students who are committed to working in North Carolina in areas with a critical need for more employees such as nursing, teaching, allied health fields, or the medicine.� Eligibility: ?�Legal resident of NC for tuition purposes ?�Meet minimum GPA requirements ?�Be accepted to or enrolled in a certificate, associate?s, baccalaureate, graduate, or professional p April 1 is priority deadline
Catawba County Farm Bureau 12 A potential recipient MUST demonstrate: ?�Satisfactory grades ?�Good character ?�The intention to pursue a career in agriculture or in an agriculturally-related field (community colleges and technical institutes are included) ?�Financial need ?�Leadership potential � Applications are available in the Counseling Center. April 1, 2012
CHS Foundation 12 Eligibility: ?�High school senior graduating in the spring ?�Pursuing an agricultural-related major at any two- or four-year college ?�Legal US citizen or permanent resident Applications may be submitted from the website listed below. April 1, 2013
Catawba Valley Cattlemen Association 12 This scholarship is available to a senior committed to pursuing a career in agriculture of a related field. � Applications are available for download from the Scholarship Documents section listed below. April 1, 2014
North Carolina Bar Association 12 Eligibility: ?�You are the natural or adopted child of a North Carolina law enforcement officer who was killed or permanently disabled in the line of duty. ?�You must make your first application before you reach your 27th birthday. ?�At the time you receive the scholarship, you must be enrolled or accepted as a full-time student for admission in a college, vocational training school or other educational institution, approved by the Scholarship Committee of the Young Lawyers Division of the North April 1, 2015
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority - Nu Alpha Zeta Chapter 12 Eligibility: ?�African-American senior female demonstrating academic excellence, exceptional leadership potential, and active involvement in their communities through service to others ?�Minimum overall unweighted GPA of 2.5 ?�Acceptance for fall enrollment in an accredited college or university in the state of NC ?�Must agree to participate in limited media activities as a recipient of the scholarship How to Apply:� Applications may be downloaded from the Scholarship Documents section below. April 1, 2015
United Methodist Women 12 This scholarship is a project of the United Methodist Women, First United Methodist Church, Newton, North Carolina. The purpose is to financially assist a worthy student whose home is Catawba County in acquiring an education at a four-year college, junior college, community college or other accredited institution.� Preference is given to members of Newton First United Methodist Church. They anticipate�several of their members to apply in 2014. � Applications may be downloaded from the Scholarshi April 11, 2014
NCSECU "People Helping People" 12 Eligibility: ?�Must have been accepted to attend one of the 16 NC public universities and planning to attend the same university for eight consecutive semesters ?�Must be a US citizen/resident of North Carolina and eligible for in-state tuition ?�Best exemplifies the membership philosophy of credit unions, ?People Helping People? and has demonstrated leadership, excellence of character, integrity, and community involvement ?�Must have a 2.5 or higher GPA and may be deserving of financial aid ?�W April 14, 2015 to Ms. Batchelor
Catawba County Association of Educational Office Professionals 12 Students must be a US Citizen pursuing any field of study at a post-secondary institution. � Applications may be downloaded from the Scholarship Documents section below or�from the website listed below. Recipients will be considered for the district & state-level competition.� The�student scholarship section begins on page 3.�Students should complete and�print pages 3, 4, 5, and 6 and return to�Ms. Batchelor by�April 14.��Recipients�and their guests will be asked to attend the CCAEOP awards banq April 14, 2015 to Ms. Batchelor
Don Rudisill - Rotary of Catawba Valley 12 Eligibility: ?�Demonstrate academic success ?�Resident of Catawba County ?�Planning to pursue an education in a technical field, preferably someone attending Catawba Valley Community College.� ?�After the above criteria, the motto ?Service Above Self? will be the sole basis for selection.� ?Service Above Self? loosely interpreted means contributions to school, church, community, etc. � Applications may be downloaded from the Scholarship Documents section below.� Click "cancel" when prompted to e April 15
NC Federation of Republican Women 12 This scholarship is a merit-based scholarship intended to assist eligible children of NC service members desiring to pursue a degree (or vocational certification) from an accredited NC college, vocational, or technical institution. Eligibility: ?�Dependent child of an active duty NC service member who was wounded or killed while serving in a combat zone from September 11, 2001 until present.� Service member can be from any branch of service who served on Active Duty, Active Duty Reserve, or Nati April 15, 2013
Catawba Valley Pride Scholarship 12 Eligibility: ?�Be a graduating high school senior entering an institute of higher education in Fall 2013. ?�Be a resident of Catawba, Burke, Caldwell, Alexander, Iredell or Lincoln County, North Carolina. ?�Identify as a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender student or a straight ally who can demonstrate service to and/or support of the LGBT community. ?�Have applied to, and been accepted by a 4 year college or 1-2 year community college or vocational school for academic year 2013-2014. Applicat April 15, 2013
State Employees Association of NC� (SEANC) 12 Category I scholarships are awarded to successful candidates based on criteria that include financial need, school and community activities, character and motivation. Category II merit scholarships are awarded without consideration of financial need. Eligibility: ?�Parent or guardian must be a member of SEANC.� Students whose parent(s) are state employees but not SEANC members are not eligible for the scholarships. ?�To be eligible for membership in SEANC, the parent must work or be retired from April 15, 2015
North Carolina Society of Accountants 12 Eligibility: ?�Must be a resident of North Carolina ?�Must enroll in an accredited school of higher education in North Carolina ?�Must enroll in an accounting degree program with six (6) or more credit hours per semester (a two or four year degree program, not Master?s Degree � Applications may be downloaded from the Scholarship Documents section listed below.� April 15, 2015
UNC Light on the Hill Society Scholarship 12 Eligibility: ?�African-American male or female who plans to attend Carolina in the fall Recipients will be selected based upon the following criteria: ?�Excellent academic achievement ?�Strong community service involvement ?�Outstanding leadership qualities ?�Essay answers � Applications may be downloaded from the website listed below. April 15, 2015
North Carolina Child Support Council 12 Eligibility: ?�One parent must be a member of the NC Child Support Council or a client of the Child Support Program (through either Child Support Services or Clerk of Court Services) ?�Resident of NC and a graduating senior ?�Applicant must have been accepted by a NC school of higher learning: college/university, community college, or technical school ?�Overall C average or above Applications may be downloaded from the Scholarship Documents section below. April 16, 2014
National Society Daughters of the American Revoluation Hickory Tavern Chapter 12 Eligibility: ?�Senior accepted at an accredited community college, junior college, or 4-yr. college/university in North Carolina ?�Open to all fields of study ?�Must be a U.S. citizen and resident of Catawba or Alexander Counties � Applicants are considered on a competitive basis, without regard to race, religion, gender, ethnic or national origin. � Applicants are judged by the following criteria: ?�Potential for leadership as a patriotic citizen ?�Demonstrated commitment to the principles in t April 17, 2015