Scholarships at Your College

ALWAYS look for scholarship opportunities at the college or colleges you're thinking about attending.  Make a phone call to the person in charge of financial aid or scholarships there if you think you might qualify. 

Online Help

Find additional scholarship opportunities by searching the internet.  NEVER PAY for help.  No legitimate site or company charges for this service.

While we do not endorse these sites, these search sites (mostly for first year college students) are free to use and have good consumer ratings:

FastWeb.com, Scholarships.com, CollegeBoard.org, CollegeNET.com, and ScholarshipMonkey.com.

Other Area Scholarships

  • This list is to be used as a guide to identify other area scholarships that may be available. The Community Foundation does not have any more additional information about these scholarships.

  • This packet of information was put together by Coldwater High School for their students. This packet should be used as a guide to identify other area scholarships that may be available. The Branch County Community Foundation does not have any more additional information about these scholarships.

  • This packet of information was put together by Quincy High School for their students. This packet should be used as a guide to identify other area scholarships that may be available. The Branch County Community Foundation does not have any more additional information about these scholarships.

  • We have been asked to share these three scholarship administered by the Marshall Community Foundation:

    Clyde and Marion Connelly Music Scholarship (Branch and Calhoun Counties -- college juniors and seniors.)

    Rolland J. and Dorothea R. Face Family Christian Ministry Service College Scholarship (Students pursuing full-time ministry or mission work)

    UAW Local 220 Scholarship (Barry, Branch, Calhoun and Eaton counties -- graduating seniors)

    More information and criteria can be found by clicking above or by visiting www.marshallcf.org