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You can find, on this page, our scholarships list #4, an alphabetical list of university scholarships from A to F, included. Also check our lists #1, #2, and #3, 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 #4: S to Z:

1. SAE Engineering Scholarships
Eligibility:  pursue a degree in engineering or a related science (math, chemistry, physics, biology, technologies, computer science), meet GPA and SAT/ACT score requirements outlined in individual requirements of each scholarship
Information and applications are available at www.sae.org/students/engschlr.htm.

2. SAMMY Award Program
America’s Mil Processors and USA TODAY sponsor the annual “Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year” Award Program. This program recognizes outstanding scholar athletes in grade 12 from high schools throughout the US. Applications and official rules are available online at bodybymilk.com.
Eligibility:  academic performance, athletic excellence, leadership, community service and milk experience
Deadline:   March 6

3. Sam Walton Community Scholarships
The Sam Walton Community Scholarship is a non-renewable $1,000 award for the first year of undergraduate study at an approved accredited college or university.
Go to www.walmartfoundation.org
Deadline:  January 14

4. Santee Electric Cooperative Scholarships
Santee Electric Cooperative awards scholarships in the amount of $500 to high school seniors at the annual meeting in March.  Applicants must be a SEC member or a child or legal ward of a SEC member that has been in good standing at least 12 consecutive months before the application deadline.  Applications are available in guidance in January or contact Santee Electric.

5. South Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators Scholarship
The South Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators (SCABSE) awards scholarships to minority students planning to major in education or to continue their studies in teacher education.  Selection Criteria:  scholarship (20%), activities (20%), written expression and commitment (40%), recommendations (20%)
Applications are available at www.scabse.com or www.cerra.org
Deadline:  April

6. South Carolina Association of Counties Presidential Scholarship Program
A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded in May to a graduating high school senior who is a resident of Florence County.  The applicant must plan to attend a South Carolina college/university or two-year technical college in the fall.  The awarding of the scholarship will be based on the accuracy and completeness of the application, the handwritten essay; need, grades, school activities, and community involvement.
Applications available in guidance in early spring if funds are available.
Deadline:  April

7. South Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals Scholarship
Annual $1,000 scholarship to a deserving senior 
Eligibility:  major in business, B average in high school business courses, overall C average, essay and recommendations
Applications are available in guidance in November.
Deadline:  February 1

8. South Carolina Automobile Dealers Association North-South All-Star Queen Scholarship Contest
Three awards are presented as scholarships to the college/university of the winners’ choice:  $1000 to the Game Queen and $500 to two Game Princesses. 
Eligibility:  academic achievement, school activities, community service and essay
Applications available in guidance in September
Deadline:  November 15   

9. South Carolina Coaches Association of Women’s Sports Scholarship for Female Academic Athletes Majoring in Education
The South Carolina Coaches Association of Women’s Sports annually offers a one-time monetary award scholarship to an incoming female college freshman from South Carolina who plans to major in education.
Eligibility:  academic excellence, SAT 1000/ ACT 22, extracurricular activities with athletic and non-athletic participation, essay required
Applications available in guidance in early spring
Deadline:  March 27

10. South Carolina Coaches Association of Women’s Sports and Trophies by “M” Scholarship 

$1,000 scholarship to an enrolling female college freshman planning to major in the medical field
Applications available in guidance in early spring
Deadline:  March 27

11. South Carolina Education Association -Retired (JP Coates/SCACT Scholarship
Eligibility:  pursue a career in education, attend accredited four-year institution full-time in South Carolina, financial need
Applications available in guidance in early spring
Deadline:  March 15

12. South Carolina Junior Golf Foundation Scholarship
Eligibility:  2.75/4.0 scale, attend accredited institution in South Carolina, have a competitive or recreational interest in golf
Apply online at www.scholarshipprograms.org or call (864) 268-3363 to request application by mail.
Deadline:  December 1

13. South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Association Scholarship
Eligibility:  attend an accredited two-year or four-year college in South Carolina, essay required
Go to www.scleoa.org to print an application.
Deadline:  February 13

14. South Carolina Sheriffs’ Association
Eligibility:  attend college in South Carolina, essay required
Applications are available at www.sheriffsc.com if funds are available.
Deadline:  February 20

15. South Carolina State Fair Scholarship
The South Carolina State Fair offers scholarships for graduating seniors.  Fifty selected seniors will be awarded $2,000 scholarships for attendance at South Carolina two-year and four-year schools. 
Eligibility:  need, academic and extra-curricular achievement, communication skills, and aptitude for completion of application
Applications are available in guidance in February or go to www.scstatefair.org.
Deadline:  March

16. South Carolina Teaching Fellows Scholarship
The SC Teaching Fellows Program ($6,000 renewable) is designed to recruit talented high school seniors into the teaching profession and to help them develop leadership qualities.  Fellowships are based on  academic achievement, references, community and school involvement, an interview and a writing assessment.   Students must attend one of the eleven Teaching Fellows institutions. 
Apply online at www.cerra.org.
Deadline:  November 1

17. Student Loan Corporation $1K Giveaway
Every month SC Student Loan awards a $1,000 scholarship
Eligibility:  high school junior, senior, college student, or their parent
Register online at www.scstudentloan.org

18. SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes
High school seniors can win a $1,000 scholarship for their first-year expenses at a college or private career school.  One winner will be chosen every two weeks from October 31 through May 15.  Go to www.suntrusteducation.com for further details.

19. Target All-Around Scholarships
Target awards over 600 scholarships each year to high school seniors and college students age 24 and younger.
Eligibility:  volunteer work, academic achievement
Go to www.target/scholarshipamerica.com for application/information.
Deadline:  November 1

20. Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund
The award is up to $2,000 per semester, based on financial need.
Eligibility:  Must attend a public historically Black college or university.
Contact the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund foundation for a list of participating colleges and universities. Applications are available though member schools such as Claflin. Go to www.thurgoodmarshall.org.

21. Tylenol Scholarships
Awards are made to eligible students pursuing careers in healthcare.
See www.scholarship.tylenol.org for details regarding the 2010 scholarships. 

22. United Negro College Fund
Use this site to search through hundreds of scholarship and grant programs administered by the United Negro College Fund and scholarships administered by other organizations.
Students attending a UNCF member college or university should complete the UNCF General Scholarship application online. 
Eligibility:  GPA minimum 2.5 on 4.0 scale, unmet need as verified by the university financial aid office, complete FAFSA
Go to www.uncf.org/forstudents/scholarship.asp
Deadline:  varies by program

23. United States Department of Agriculture/1890
The National Scholars Program offers scholarships to US citizens who are seeking a bachelor’s degree at one of eighteen 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities.
Applications are available in guidance or www.ascr.usda.gov/1890programs.html.
Eligibility:  GPA minimum 3.0, SAT 1000/ACT 21, attend one of eighteen 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities, study agriculture, food, natural resource sciences, or other related disciplines(biological sciences, pre-veterinary medicine, computer science), leadership, community service
Deadline:  February 1

24. United States Senate Youth Program
The USSSYP provides a one-week educational program and a $5,000 scholarship to two high school juniors/seniors from each of the fifty states.
Eligibility:   juniors and seniors who are student government officers, class officers, or
student representative elected or appointed (appointed by a panel, commission or board) to district, regional or state-level civic or educational organization; test required
See guidance or www.ed.sc.gov for more information
Deadline:  October 1 for test registration forms

26. Wallace F. Pate Scholarship
One-time award of $1,500
Go to www.hamptonfund.org
Eligibility:  major in  the natural resources discipline such as wildlife fishery, fisheries biology, forestry, marine science, environmental science; attend a South Carolina institution of higher learning; essay required
Deadline:  January 31

27. WPDE Sports Scholarship
WPDE awards scholarships to high school seniors in the viewing area.  The money is raised from the WPDE Sports Shootout, a charity golf event held at Wachesaw East every June.  This year’s scholarship number will be based on the amount of money raised in the 10th annual WPDE Celebrity Sports Shootout Golf Tournament. 
Eligibility:  must be high school senior in WPDE viewing area, attend a South Carolina institution of higher learning, essay required


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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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