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You can find, on this page, our scholarships list #1, an alphabetical list of university scholarships from A to F, included. Also check our lists #2, #3, and #4, categorized under the title "List of Scholarships" below. We constantly update our lists, deleting scholarships that are no longer available and adding new ones. If you would like us to add here a scholarship program that is not already listed on our website, you can contacct us at info@univscholarships.com


  University Scholarships List #1: A to F:

1. American Cancer Society Scholarship for Survivors of Childhood Cancer
Scholarship program is open to any survivor of childhood cancer who will attend an accredited two-year or four-year institution and diagnosed before the age of 19, and who is currently 25 and under.  Applicants must be legal residents of South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia. For more information call 1-800-ACS-2345 or email at SA.College@cancer.org.

2. American Legion Oratorical
See www.legion.org/programs/youth programs for information and assigned topics for this year’s Oratorical Contest.   Interested students need to contact the local American Legion or guidance.  Scholarships may be available for district, state and national winners.

3. Archibald Rutledge Scholarship Competition
The South Carolina Department of Education announces the Archibald Rutledge Scholarship Program which offers public school twelfth-grade students the opportunity to compete for scholarships worth approximately $4,000 in drama, creative writing, music, and visual arts.
See ed.sc.gov for more information.
Deadline:  February 1

4. AXA Achievement Scholarship in Association with US News and World Report
Fifty-two students will be selected to receive $10,000 scholarships, one from each state, DC and Puerto Rico.
Eligibility:  demonstrate achievement in a non-academic activity or project, consideration given to other extracurricular activities in school and community, work experience, and academic record over the last four years
Go to www.axaonline.com to download application.
Deadline:  February 15

5. Best Buy Scholarship Program
Best Buy Scholarships (maximum amount $2000) are available to current high school seniors who plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university or vocational-technical school in the United States.  Recipients will be selected based on community service and academic achievement.  Applications will be available starting January 2010.
For more information, visit http://bestbuy.comscholarships.

6. Burger King Scholarship Program
Burger King Scholarship Program annually awards $1,000 scholarships to eligible high school seniors.
Eligibility: GPA 2.5 /4.0, work an average of 15 hrs per week-40 weeks per year(employment at Burger King is not required), financial need, participation in community service and/or co-curricular activities
Download application at www.bk.com/scholars.
Deadline: February 1

7. Call Me Mister
This program seeks, recruits, trains, certifies, and secures employment for African-American males interested in becoming certified to teach in the public elementary schools of SC.  This program is available at the following institutions:  Benedict, Claflin, Clemson, College of Charleston, Greenville Tech, Midlands Tech, Morris, Orangeburg-Calhoun Tech, SC State, Tri-County Tech, and Trident Tech.
Amount up to $5,000 annually
Application available at www.callmemister.clemson,edu

8. Carver High School Alumni Association Scholarship
A $500 annual scholarship will be awarded to eligible high school seniors whose parent, grandparent or ancestor attended Carver Elementary School or graduated from Carver High School (presently Dr. Ronald E. McNair Junior High School). 
Eligibility:  C average or better; must be accepted and plan to attend postsecondary institution in fall; applicant’s parent, grandparent or ancestor must have attended Carver Elementary School or graduated from Carver High School (presently Dr. Ronald E. McNair Junior High School)
Deadline:  March 1

9. CocaCola Scholars Program
Eligibility requirements:  GPA minimum 3.0, leadership, commitment to community, part-time employment
Apply online at www.coca-colascholars.org.
Deadline: October 30

10. Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Scholarship Program, Sixth Congressional District
The CBC Scholarship Fund Program assists with tuition costs in an effort to enable minority students to obtain a college degree.
Eligibility:  GPA 2.5/4.0, academic achievement, leadership, community service, financial need
Applications available in guidance in early spring
Deadline:  May

11. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarships
The Kingstree-Lake City Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority awards scholarships to local high schools on a rotating basis. Selection is based on academic achievement, financial need, potential for success and personal interview.  One winner will be selected from each school to receive a $1,000 scholarship. Scholarship program will be announced in March if applicable.
Deadline:  May

12. Epsilon Sigma Alpha Foundation Scholarships
The ESA Foundation offers more than 150 scholarships per year for deserving US and international students who meet the criteria of individual endowments.
Go to www.esaintl.com/esaf.  Click on scholarship application on left sidebar.  Click on ESA Foundation Scholarship application and click on current list of ESAF Scholarships available by state.  Click on South Carolina to learn which scholarships are applicable for South Carolina residents. The student may apply for three scholarships.  Each application will need a full set of documents and fees.
Deadline:  February 1

13. Eugene Hughes Memorial Scholarship
Local memorial scholarship established by the Hughes family
Applicants must have attended a Headstart program
Applications available in guidance during second semester

14. Evans/Gaskins Scholarship
Local scholarship established by the Evans/Gaskins families and initiated by Shimica Gaskins, 1998 LCHS graduate
Eligibility:  academic achievement and financial need
Applications available in guidance during second semester

15. Family Circle Cup/L’Oreal “Personal Best” Scholarships
Eligibility:  female high school senior who makes a difference in the lives of others through extracurricular activities, volunteer commitment and role modeling
More information available in guidance

16. Florence Regional Arts Alliance Betty Ann Darby Scholarships
The Florence Regional Arts Alliance annually awards two Betty Ann Darby Scholarships of $1,000 each to Florence County graduating seniors who will be pursuing advanced academic or professional degress in arts disciplines or in arts education. 
Applications available in guidance in early spring
Deadline:  April

17. Foundation for Rural Service College Scholarship Program
The Foundation for Rural Service, in partnership with the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NCTA), offers a national scholarship program.  Farmers Telephone Cooperative is the local telecommunications service provider supporting this scholarship endeavor.  Twenty-five scholarships ($2,000) will be awarded.  FTC will contribute an additional $500 to the scholarship if a student is selected from the FTC service area. 
Applications are available in guidance or can be downloaded from the FRS web site at http://www.frs.org. 
Deadline:  March 1

18. Future Leader Scholarship
Glory Communications, Inc. has assisted students in the Midlands and surrounding areas since 1998 through Future Leader Scholarship awards. 
Eligibility:  GPA minimum 3.0, financial need, essay required
Applications available in guidance in spring
Deadline:  May 15


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Browse through the four A-to-Z lists above to see a variety of university scholarships. Each scholarship listed on our pages comes with a brief description. So you can first decide, based on this description, whether a particular scholarship is applicable to you, and then visit their repsective websites to apply. 

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