Northeast Alabama Community College
Institutional Scholarships are offered to NACC applicants who are chosen by the College Scholarship Committee. Students must complete a Scholarship Application to qualify and be considered for these scholarships. Institutional scholarships are for graduating high school seniors only.
All NACC Institutional Scholarships are full-tuition one-year scholarships renewable for a 2nd year. Institutional scholarships are categorized below along with requirements to apply for each.
Start your application by clicking the link below!
In-State Merit Scholarships first time freshmen who meet the December 15 scholarship deadline, have a qualifying score on the ACT or SAT, and have at least a 3.5 cumulative high school GPA through the junior year will be eligible for the following merit-based scholarships:
The University of Alabama
UA Recognition Scholarship Resources
A student with a 21-24 ACT or 1060-1190 SAT score and minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA will be selected as a UA Recognition Scholar and will receive $8,000 over four years ($2,000 per year).
Crimson Achievement Scholar
A student with a 25 ACT or 1200-1220 SAT score and minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA will be selected as a Crimson Achievement Scholar and will receive $12,000 over four years ($3,000 per year).
A student with a 26 ACT or 1230-1250 SAT score and minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA will be selected as a UA Legends Scholar and will receive $16,000 over four years
At Auburn, we recognize the importance of quality education and are dedicated to helping you find a way to achieve your higher education goals. A number of scholarships are awarded annually by the Office of University Scholarships. In addition, Department Scholarships are awarded each year to new and current students by the various colleges and schools on campus.
Approximately 60% of freshmen are awarded a scholarship.
Jacksonville State University
JSU Scholarship Resources
Our Merit-Based Scholarships are awarded to recognize incoming students who exhibit particularly outstanding academic achievements. There is NO separate application for this scholarship program. Students who have been unconditionally admitted to JSU will automatically be considered if they meet the minimum ACT/SAT test scores and GPA to be eligible for each tier. Please note official test scores and transcripts through the junior year MUST be on file to be considered. Scholarship awards will be offered on a funds-available basis via the student’s JSU accounts. For more information please contact the Student Financial Services Scholarships’ Office.
Gadsden State Community College
GSCC Scholarship Resources
In addition to the Financial Aid programs, students may be able to obtain assistance in the form of scholarships granted based on academic or technical achievements, participation in extracurricular and leadership activities and exhibited talents of the fine arts or athletics. Scholarships are available to current Gadsden State students as well as graduating high school seniors.
The 2021 Graduating High School Senior Application is now open. Please see the Start Here section below for details. The deadline is 11:59:59pm on March 1, 2021. If you have any questions, please contact Enrollment Services at 256-549-8305 or the scholarship manager at 256-549-8203.
Southern Union State
Southern Union Scholarships
Students may be able to obtain assistance in the form of scholarships granted on the basis of academic/technical achievement, participation in extracurricular and leadership activities, and exhibited talents of the fine arts. Apply to Scholarships offered at Southern Union
Wallace State Community College
Wallace State Scholarships
The Scholarship Application link below will prompt you to sign on through Dynamic Forms to complete the application. If you already have an account, use your current login information to sign on. If you do not have a Dynamic Forms account, please create one using the student’s email address as directed below. The application will be available until February 16th, 2021 at midnight. A FAFSA is required if you are awarded a Scholarship (www.fafsa.gov).
ALABAMA CATTLEMEN’S FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
It pays to be a member of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association. Apply for one of our many scholarships and join hundreds of other students in becoming an Alabama Cattlemen’s Foundation scholarship recipient.
Alabama Cattlemen’s Foundation scholarships are funded by the purchase of the “Cowboy” vanity car tag and by private family donations. Purchase your “Cowboy” tag today and support Alabama’s youth in their academic journeys. Special thanks to those who purchase the “Cowboy” tag and to the donor families. Contact us to learn more about scholarships by calling (334) 265-1867.