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Online Scholarship Databases
Ready, Set, Search! Online Scholarship Databases
Greater St. Louis Community Foundation administers 35 scholarship programs. Many have their own application process, but the site has a Common Scholarship Application for some programs.
Society for Information Management St. Louis awards scholarships to local students pursuing Computer Science, Computer Networking, or MIS related degrees.
Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis provides scholarships and interest-free loans to local students.
St. Louis Graduates has additional resources and a scholarship database.
Foundation Center Online for Individuals, available through the St. Louis Public Library, is a searchable database of grants to individuals (also known as scholarships). Has a wealth of free resources available as well.
The Scholarship Workshop provides tips and resources. Don’t forget to sign up for their electronic newsletter that provides scholarship updates.
CollegeNet’s Mach25 Scholarship Search Engine allows you to search by keyword or create a profile for custom matches.
SallieMae Scholarship Search lists over three million opportunities.
U.S. Department of Education Scholarship Search includes a keyword search and a scholarship matching wizard.
Black College Dollars from the SallieMae fund lists opportunities for African-American students.
UNCF Scholarship Listing lists opportunities for African-American students.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund lists opportunities for Hispanic students.
American Indian College Fund lists opportunities for American Indians.
APIASF Scholarships lists opportunities for Asian and Pacific Islander students.