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You can find, on this page, our scholarships list #2, an alphabetical list of university scholarships from G to L, included. Also check our lists #1, #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 #2: G to L:

1. Gates Millenium
Eligibility criteria: must be African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific islander American or Hispanic America, must have GPA of 3.3/4.0 scale, meet Federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria, and enroll as a full-time degree-seeking first-year student next fall
Apply online at www.gmsp.org
Deadline:  January 12

2. Governor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities Annual Journalism Contest
Contest open to juniors and seniors, essay required on assigned theme, do not have to have a disability to enter
Qualified winner of the statewide contest will be awarded a four-year scholarship from the state-supported institution of his/her choice 
Additional information available in guidance
Deadline:  January

3. Harry Hampton Scholarship
$2500 renewable scholarship
Eligibility:  major in the natural resources discipline such as wildlife biology, fisheries biology, forestry or marine science, attend a South Carolina institution of higher learning, essay
Apply online at www.HamptonWildlifeFund.org.
Deadline:  January 31

4. Health Careers Scholarships at Local Hospitals
McLeod Health and Carolinas Hospital Systems offer financial assistance to students who have been accepted into an approved program of study in an identified healthcare employment area of need.  Examples are RN, LPN, PT, OT, ST, Radiation Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Radiological Technology, Pharmacy, etc.  Contact the Human Resources office at the local hospitals for more information or view the hospital’s website.  Some information is available in guidance.

5. Horatio Alger Association
Eligibility: enrolled full-time as a high school senior, intend to pursue bachelor’s degree at an accredited institution, critical financial need, GPA minimum 2.0, involvement in co-curricular and community service activities
Apply online at www.horatioalger.org/scholarships.
Deadline:  October 30

6. Jackie Robinson Scholarship Program
The Jackie Robinson Foundation provides scholarships of up to $7,500 annually to qualified minority high school students.
Eligibility:  academic achievement, leadership, financial need, attend four-year college
Go to jackierobinson.org for application/ information on or after October 15.
Deadline:  March 1

7. James F. Byrnes Memorial Scholarship
Eligibility:  have one or both parents deceased; pursue a four-year degree; financial need; excellence in character, ability and enterprise
Download an application packet at www.byrnesscholars.org.
Deadline:  February 15

8. James O. Thomason Scholarship
$1,000 renewable scholarship
Go to www.hamptonfund.org.
Eligibility:  major in print or photo journalism, advertising, public relations or mass communications, attend a South Carolina institution of higher learning, essay required
Deadline:  January 31

9. James S. Williams Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1987 in memory of Mr. James S. Williams of Marion County, South Carolina. 
Eligibility Criteria:  financial need, academic achievement
Applications available in guidance in January
Deadline:  March 15

10. James E. Clyburn Research and Scholarship Foundation
The Rudolph Canzater Memorial Golf Classic generates proceeds to help fund college scholarships for needy students.  Contact Congressman James Clyburn’s office for information. 
See http://clyburn.house.gov.

11. Jane E. Hunter Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide need- based financial assistance for full-timeminority undergraduate women under the age of 30, who are residents of South Carolina and Ohio.
Eligibility: females from SC and Ohio with financial need, GPA 2.5/4.0
Applications available in guidance in spring
Deadline:  May 1

12. Joseph C Rodgers Memorial Fund Scholarship
The Joseph C. Rodgers Scholarship Foundation was established after the death of Deputy Joey Rodgers on April 9, 1997.  Joey was killed in the line of duty while apprehending a double murder suspect in Florence.  Eligibility: actively participate as a volunteer for a community service organization or pursue a degree in a criminal justice or related field, GPA minimum 2.5, academic achievement and financial need considered
Applications available in guidance in spring
Deadline:  April 10

13. KEY Scholarship
Carolina Trust Federal Credit Union, Horry Telephone Cooperative, and 104.9 BAB FM partner to offer scholarships to graduating high school seniors within Horry, Georgetown, Marion, Williamsburg and the southern part of Florence County.
Applications are available in guidance in January.
Eligibility:  GPA 3.0, acceptance by Coastal Carolina or Francis Marion University
Deadline:  March 1

14. KFC Colonel’s Scholars
The Colonel Scholars program is looking for outstanding seniors with financial need and entrepreneurial spirit.  Awards are up to $20,000 for tuition, fees, textbooks, room and board.
Eligibility:  GPA minimum 2.75, pursue four-year degree, enroll in public college/university in South Carolina, demonstrate financial need
Apply online during the period December 1-February 10 at www.kfcscholars.org.
Deadline:  February 10

15. Kids’ Chance Scholarships
This program is open to students between the ages of 16 and 25 who are dependent upon someone who has been seriously or fatally injured as a result of a work-related accident or occupational dieses.  To qualify for a South Carolina scholarship, the worker must have been injured while working for a South Carolina employer or as a self-employed resident of South Carolina.  The death or injury must have resulted in a substantial decline in family income, and the student must meet acceptable academic standards. Contact information:
KIDS’ Chance of South Carolina, Inc.
PO Box 11155
Columbia, SC 29211  (803)356-5862

16. Kittie M. Fairey Scholarship Program
Eligibility: GPA minimum 3.0/4.0, SAT 1800 (CR+M+W) /ACT 26, must attend accredited college or university in South Carolina and seek bachelor’s degree, household adjusted gross income of parents not to exceed $40,000, academic achievement and financial need
Apply online at www.wachoviascholars.com
Deadline:  December 1

17. Lake City Lodge #1680, Harriett Tubman Temple #1320 Oratorical Program Scholarships
The Lake City Lodge and Harriet Tubman Temple of the Improved Benevolent Protective Order of the Elks of the World sponsor an annual local oratorical contest in January.  Monetary rewards are available for winners, and local contest winner is eligible to compete in District and/or State Contest for additional scholarship opportunities. Interested juniors and seniors need to apply in guidance before December 15th.

18. LeTendre Fund Scholarship
This fund provides scholarship assistance to students who are homeless or who have experienced homelessness and who have demonstrated average or higher than average achievement. Students who have not reached their 21st birthday by September 1, 2009 and who have completed less than one year of college are eligible to apply.  Applicants may be high school juniors or seniors.
Application available at www.naehcy.org/letendre_app.html
Deadline:  September 12

19. Lions Scholarship Sponsored by Zone 2B, District 32C Lions
Eligibility:  applicant must be resident of Olanta, Pamplico, or active Leo Club member at West Florence High School.  Applicant must be a senior at Lake City, Hannah Pamplico, or West Florence High School who has applied and been accepted to Francis Marion University.  GPA minimum 2.5, community service
Applications available in guidance in spring
Deadline: May


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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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