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Top 284 June Scholarships in 2023

Written by Will Geiger

Will Geiger is the co-founder of Scholarships360 and has a decade of experience in college admissions and financial aid. He is a former Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at Kenyon College where he personally reviewed 10,000 admissions applications and essays. Will also managed the Kenyon College merit scholarship program and served on the financial aid appeals committee. He has also worked as an Associate Director of College Counseling at a high school in New Haven, Connecticut. Will earned his master’s in education from the University of Pennsylvania and received his undergraduate degree in history from Wake Forest University.

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Updated: September 19th, 2023

June means many things for students–exams, the end of the school year, and summer vacation. It is important to end the year strong in the classroom and find a few constructive things to do over the summer.

One of the best things that you can do is apply for scholarships! There are many great scholarships with June deadlines for high school, college, and even graduate students. Remember, every dollar you win with a June scholarship is a a free dollar to pay for college.

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Ocean Awareness Art Contest
Ocean Awareness Art Contest

Offered by Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs

Multiple awards worth up to $1,500
Deadline Jun 10, 2024

Are you an 11 - 18 year old who has a passion for saving the environment and/or the ocean? Additionally, would you like to make…

Are you an 11 - 18 year old who has a passion for saving the environment and/or the ocean? Additionally, would you like to make…

Are you an 11 - 18 year old who has a passion for saving the environment and/or the ocean? Additionally, would you like to make a statement about the impact of climate change through writing, artwork, or even dance? You might consider applying for the Ocean Awareness Art Contest! Dedicated to encouraging the next generation to get involved in ocean conservation (and environmentalism as a whole), the contest asks its applicants to create a piece of artwork that reflects an impact/aspect of the current environmental crisis and its effect on the ocean. Each year has a specific theme to focus on, with this year being climate change. If you would like to make a statement about climate change’s impact on the ocean through art, we encourage you to apply!

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Grade Level: High School Students

Citizenship: US Citizens, Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, DACA, Other

Minimum GPA: No GPA requirement

Academic Interest: Environmental Science, Literature/English/Writing, Visual & Performing Arts, Film/Video Production, Photography/Photojournalism

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$10,000 “No Essay” Scholarship
$10,000 “No Essay” Scholarship

Offered by Scholarships360

1 award worth $10,000
Deadline Jun 30, 2024

The Scholarships360 $10,000 “No Essay” Scholarship is open to all students who want some extra help paying for their education. Whether you are a high…

The Scholarships360 $10,000 “No Essay” Scholarship is open to all students who want some extra help paying for their education. Whether you are a high…

The Scholarships360 $10,000 “No Essay” Scholarship is open to all students who want some extra help paying for their education. Whether you are a high school student who hopes to go to college, a graduate student who’s in a master’s program, or an adult learner who wants to return to school, you are eligible for our no essay scholarship. This scholarship will be awarded to students who get the most out of Scholarships360 scholarships and content. You will be a strong applicant if you apply to scholarships with the Scholarships360 platform. Finalists for this scholarship will be interviewed about their process for funding their education.

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Grade Level: All Grade Levels

Citizenship: US Citizens, Permanent Residents

Minimum GPA: No GPA requirement

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Niche $25,000 No Essay Scholarship
Niche $25,000 No Essay Scholarship

Offered by Niche

1 award worth $25,000
Deadline Sep 27, 2023

Easy scholarship open to all high school and college students, as well as anyone looking to attend college or graduate school in the next year.

Easy scholarship open to all high school and college students, as well as anyone looking to attend college or graduate school in the next year.

Easy scholarship open to all high school and college students, as well as anyone looking to attend college or graduate school in the next year.

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Grade Level: All Grade Levels

Citizenship: US Citizens, Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, DACA, Other

Minimum GPA: No GPA requirement

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$2,000 Sallie Mae Scholarship
$2,000 Sallie Mae Scholarship

Offered by Sallie Mae

1 award worth $2,000
Deadline Sep 30, 2023

Sallie Mae will award $2,000 each month to eligible entrants. No essay or account sign-ups, just a simple scholarship for those seeking help paying for…

Sallie Mae will award $2,000 each month to eligible entrants. No essay or account sign-ups, just a simple scholarship for those seeking help paying for…

Sallie Mae will award $2,000 each month to eligible entrants. No essay or account sign-ups, just a simple scholarship for those seeking help paying for school.

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Grade Level: HS Upperclassmen, College & Graduate Students

Citizenship: US Citizens, Permanent Residents, DACA

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$25k “Be Bold” No-Essay Scholarship
$25k “Be Bold” No-Essay Scholarship

Offered by Bold.org

1 award worth $25,000
Deadline Oct 1, 2023

Open to high school students, college students, community college students, and graduate students.

Open to high school students, college students, community college students, and graduate students.

Open to high school students, college students, community college students, and graduate students.

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Grade Level: All Grade Levels

Minimum GPA: No GPA requirement

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NYS Memorial Scholarship
NYS Memorial Scholarship

Offered by New York State

Multiple awards worth up to $13,045
Deadline Jun 30, 2024

The NYS Memorial Scholarship is open to current undergraduates in New York State who are the children, spouses and financial dependents of deceased firefighters, volunteer…

The NYS Memorial Scholarship is open to current undergraduates in New York State who are the children, spouses and financial dependents of deceased firefighters, volunteer…

The NYS Memorial Scholarship is open to current undergraduates in New York State who are the children, spouses and financial dependents of deceased firefighters, volunteer firefighters, police officers, peace officers, and emergency medical service workers who have died as the result of injuries sustained in the line of duty in service to the State of New York. Applicants must have graduated from a high school or received a high school equivalency diploma in the United States. If you're an undergraduate student in New York State and have lost a guardian or spouse as a result of injuries sustained while service the State of New York, we encourage you to apply. Honor their legacy today and take a positive step toward your future.

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Grade Level: College Students

State: New York

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NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence
NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence

Offered by New York State

8,000 awards worth $500 - $1,500
Deadline Jun 30, 2024

The NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence are open to graduates of New York State high schools who are currently studying full-time and have matriculated in…

The NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence are open to graduates of New York State high schools who are currently studying full-time and have matriculated in…

The NYS Scholarships for Academic Excellence are open to graduates of New York State high schools who are currently studying full-time and have matriculated in an approved undergraduate program of study in a New York State post-secondary institution. Each year, the program awards up to 2,000 scholarships of $1,500 and 6,000 scholarships of $500 to top scholars from registered New York State high schools. The scholarship must be used within seven years commencing with the first academic year for which the scholarship was awarded. During this period, students are entitled to payment for up to four years of full-time study, or five years if enrolled in a bachelor's degree program approved as a program normally requiring five years of study. If you're a New York resident currently attending a New York State postsecondary institution, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.

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Grade Level: College Students

State: New York

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World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship
World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship

Offered by New York State

Multiple awards worth up to $13,045
Deadline Jun 30, 2024

The World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship (WTC) provides access to a college education for children, spouses, and financial dependents of innocent victims who died or…

The World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship (WTC) provides access to a college education for children, spouses, and financial dependents of innocent victims who died or…

The World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship (WTC) provides access to a college education for children, spouses, and financial dependents of innocent victims who died or were severely and permanently disabled as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States of America - at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and on airline flights 11, 77, 93, and 175 - and the resulting rescue and recovery efforts. Individuals who are survivors themselves of any of these events are also eligible. All applicants must have graduated from a high school within the United States and be studying at a postsecondary institution in New York State. If you are eligible for this scholarship, we encourage you to apply for the chance to earn funding toward your postsecondary education. Keep on reading to learn more.

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Grade Level: College Students

State: New York

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MHEC Tuition Waiver for Foster Care Recipients
MHEC Tuition Waiver for Foster Care Recipients

Offered by Maryland Higher Education Commission

Multiple awards worth Tuition & Fees
Deadline Jun 30, 2024

Are you a college student in Maryland who has been in foster care? If so, you might be eligible to receive the MHEC Tuition Waiver…

Are you a college student in Maryland who has been in foster care? If so, you might be eligible to receive the MHEC Tuition Waiver…

Are you a college student in Maryland who has been in foster care? If so, you might be eligible to receive the MHEC Tuition Waiver for Foster Care Recipients! The program is open to foster care youth pursuing an undergraduate or vocational degree at a Maryland public institution of higher education. The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) is the state of Maryland’s board of education that grants financial assistance to foster care youth. Thus, they offer the MHEC Tuition Waiver to help former foster youth pursue higher education at a low cost.  If eligible, recipients will receive a tuition waiver, including tuition and registration fees at a public college in Maryland. If you are a foster care youth from Maryland looking to pursue a postsecondary degree, we encourage you to apply!

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Grade Level: College Students

Citizenship: US Citizens, Permanent Residents

Other Category: Foster Care

State: Maryland

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William Griggs Memorial Scholarship for Science and Math
William Griggs Memorial Scholarship for Science and Math

Offered by Bold.org

1 award worth $2,500
Deadline Jun 20, 2024

Introducing the William Griggs Memorial Scholarship for Science and Math, a tribute to a remarkable man who believed that the vast expanse of space held…

Introducing the William Griggs Memorial Scholarship for Science and Math, a tribute to a remarkable man who believed that the vast expanse of space held…

Introducing the William Griggs Memorial Scholarship for Science and Math, a tribute to a remarkable man who believed that the vast expanse of space held the key to humanity's ultimate exploration. Hailing from rural New York and working as an aeronautical engineer, William Griggs held an unwavering passion for science, innovation, and pushing the boundaries of what was deemed possible. William's dedication to science extended beyond his own pursuits; he instilled in his daughters a profound love for scientific inquiry and mathematical exploration. In honor of William Griggs' memory, this scholarship aims to support and uplift women who are embarking on their own journeys in the fields of science and math. Open to all female high school seniors and undergraduate students pursuing a two or four-year degree program in these disciplines. To apply, share your story and illuminate how you envision contributing to the captivating realms of math or science.

Eligibility information

Grade Level: High School Seniors & College Students

Academic Interest: Engineering, Math, Science, Technology, and Society

Other Category: Women

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Michael McMillen, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund
Michael McMillen, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund

Offered by Brooksville Education Foundation

Multiple awards worth Varies
Deadline Jun 15, 2024

The Michael McMillen, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund is dedicated to supporting students who are passionate about pursuing careers in the caring professions. This scholarship is…

The Michael McMillen, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund is dedicated to supporting students who are passionate about pursuing careers in the caring professions. This scholarship is…

The Michael McMillen, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund is dedicated to supporting students who are passionate about pursuing careers in the caring professions. This scholarship is specifically designed for those who are interested in fields such as health, counseling, social work, early childhood education, or eldercare. Applicants must be residents of Brooksville, Maine, whether because they live full-time in Brooksville, or if they are under the age of 26 and have family still living full-time in Brooksville. If you are a Maine resident committed to making a difference in the lives of others, this scholarship could be a great opportunity to help you achieve your goals. Apply and take the first step towards a rewarding career in the caring professions.

Eligibility information

Grade Level: College Students

Academic Interest: Healthcare

State: Maine

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Henry and Sylvia Richardson Research Grant
Henry and Sylvia Richardson Research Grant

Offered by Entomological Society of America

1 award worth Varies
Deadline Jun 1, 2024

The Henry and Sylvia Richardson Research Grant provides research funds to postdoctoral ESA members who have at least one year of promising work experience, and…

The Henry and Sylvia Richardson Research Grant provides research funds to postdoctoral ESA members who have at least one year of promising work experience, and…

The Henry and Sylvia Richardson Research Grant provides research funds to postdoctoral ESA members who have at least one year of promising work experience, and have no more than five years of getting their PhD degree, are undertaking research in selected areas of insect control, and have demonstrated a high level of scholarship. A nominee must be an ESA member and postdoctoral scholar, working in insect control by attractants, repellents, biological controls, thermocontrols, or chemical controls. Second priority will be given to those candidates working in insect control of medical or veterinary importance. If there is no suitable candidate in these categories, candidates working in physiology or toxicology may be considered.

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Grade Level: Graduate Students

Minimum GPA: 3.0

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Jimmy A. Young Memorial Education Recognition Award
Jimmy A. Young Memorial Education Recognition Award

Offered by American Respiratory Care Foundation

1 award worth up to $1,000
Deadline Jun 1, 2024

The Jimmy A. Young Memorial Education Recognition Award may award up to $1,000 in memory of Jimmy A. Young, past president of the AARC, who…

The Jimmy A. Young Memorial Education Recognition Award may award up to $1,000 in memory of Jimmy A. Young, past president of the AARC, who…

The Jimmy A. Young Memorial Education Recognition Award may award up to $1,000 in memory of Jimmy A. Young, past president of the AARC, who personally contributed greatly to respiratory care education. The foundation prefers that nominations be made by a representative of the school or an accredited respiratory training program, however, any student may initiate a request for sponsorship in order that a deserving candidate is not denied the opportunity to compete simply because the school does not initiate the application. Preference will be given to nominees of minority origin.

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Grade Level: College Students

Minimum GPA: 3.0

Academic Interest: Healthcare

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Mark Neiswander “110” Memorial Scholarship
Mark Neiswander “110” Memorial Scholarship

Offered by Bold.org

1 award worth $5,000
Deadline Jun 1, 2024

Introducing the Mark Neiswander "110" Memorial Scholarship, a tribute to the remarkable life of a loving father from Urbana, Ohio. Mark's unwavering commitment to his…

Introducing the Mark Neiswander "110" Memorial Scholarship, a tribute to the remarkable life of a loving father from Urbana, Ohio. Mark's unwavering commitment to his…

Introducing the Mark Neiswander "110" Memorial Scholarship, a tribute to the remarkable life of a loving father from Urbana, Ohio. Mark's unwavering commitment to his family and community served as his guiding light. Inspired by the electrifying spirit of The Ohio University Marching 110, renowned as the "Most Exciting Band in the Land," this scholarship embodies Mark's tireless work ethic and the essence of the 110%. Mark cherished his tight-knit hometown and believed in giving back. Now, this scholarship aims to empower students from small Ohio towns to pursue higher education. If you're a high school senior or undergraduate student in Ohio who showcases leadership, volunteering experience, or academic excellence, seize this opportunity. To apply, share your pride in being an American, the change you aspire to see in our nation, and how you plan to make that change a reality.

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Grade Level: High School Seniors & College Students

State: Ohio

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Florida State Golf Association (FSGA) Foundation Scholarship
Florida State Golf Association (FSGA) Foundation Scholarship

Offered by Florida State Golf Association

Multiple awards worth Varies
Deadline Jun 1, 2024

The Florida State Golf Association (FSGA) Foundation Scholarship is a scholarship program made possible by the FSGA Foundation. In the Spring of each year, the…

The Florida State Golf Association (FSGA) Foundation Scholarship is a scholarship program made possible by the FSGA Foundation. In the Spring of each year, the…

The Florida State Golf Association (FSGA) Foundation Scholarship is a scholarship program made possible by the FSGA Foundation. In the Spring of each year, the FSGA Foundation selects golfers from the FJT's graduating class to be awarded a renewable four-year scholarship. Applicants must be Florida high school seniors who have been accepted to a college or university and have completed in a minimum of three FSGA or FJT tournaments. To renew the scholarship, selected recipients must maintain a GPA of 3.0 and submit a request each year to have their scholarship extended to the next year. While the first-time application deadline falls on June 1st of every year, renewal requests are due by July 1st annually. If you're an incoming college student from Florida with a history in golfing, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.

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Grade Level: High School Senior

Minimum GPA: 3.0

Other Category: Athletic

State: Florida

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Commander Newell S. Rand Jr. Scholarship Program
Commander Newell S. Rand Jr. Scholarship Program

Offered by Park Law Enforcement Association

Multiple awards worth $1,000
Deadline Jun 1, 2024

The Park Law Enforcement Association’s Commander Newell S. Rand Jr. Scholarship Program was created to honor the memory of a pioneer in the field of…

The Park Law Enforcement Association’s Commander Newell S. Rand Jr. Scholarship Program was created to honor the memory of a pioneer in the field of…

The Park Law Enforcement Association’s Commander Newell S. Rand Jr. Scholarship Program was created to honor the memory of a pioneer in the field of park operations. The program is designed to provide a scholarship to a person pursuing an Associate, Bachelor, or Master’s Degree in an accredited course of study relating to a career in some aspect of park operations. High school graduates or current postsecondary students with at least a 2.8 GPA are eligible to apply. Don't miss out on this opportunity to further your education and honor the legacy of Newell S. Rand Jr.

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Grade Level: College & Graduate Students

Academic Interest: Natural Resources, Recreation, Parks, Leisure Studies, Law Enforcement, Hospitality Management

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HoshizakiIceMaker.com Supporting STEM Scholarship
HoshizakiIceMaker.com Supporting STEM Scholarship

Offered by HoshizakiIceMaker.com

1 award worth $1,000
Expected deadline June 2024

Are you an incoming or current college student majoring in a STEM field? If so, consider applying for the HoshizakiIceMaker.com Supporting STEM Scholarship! The scholarship…

Are you an incoming or current college student majoring in a STEM field? If so, consider applying for the HoshizakiIceMaker.com Supporting STEM Scholarship! The scholarship…

Are you an incoming or current college student majoring in a STEM field? If so, consider applying for the HoshizakiIceMaker.com Supporting STEM Scholarship! The scholarship is open to current and incoming undergraduate students pursuing degrees in STEM fields in the U.S. The scholarship is funded by HoshizakiIceMaker.com, a dealer of Hoshizaki ice machines, ice bins, parts, and accessories. They believe in supporting young students and providing the best Hoshizaki ice machine products to their customers.  They offer this opportunity to help students pursue fields that enhance the economy and complement the business industry. Every year, they award $1,000 to help one recipient cover tuition expenses. If you are passionately pursuing a STEM career and are looking for a scholarship opportunity, we encourage you to apply!

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Grade Level: High School Seniors & College Students

Citizenship: US Citizens

Minimum GPA: 3.0

Academic Interest: Engineering, Math, Business

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21st Century Scholarship
21st Century Scholarship

Offered by Indiana Commission for Higher Education

Multiple awards worth Varies
Expected deadline June 2024

The 21st Century Scholarship is an incredible opportunity for income-eligible Hoosier students to receive up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana…

The 21st Century Scholarship is an incredible opportunity for income-eligible Hoosier students to receive up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana…

The 21st Century Scholarship is an incredible opportunity for income-eligible Hoosier students to receive up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana college or university. Starting in seventh or eighth grade, students are connected to the Scholar Success Program and provided with resources to help them prepare for college and career success. Once in college, Scholars receive support to complete their degrees and connect with career opportunities. If you're a proud Hoosier looking to attend an in-state college, don't pass this opportunity up!

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Citizenship: US Citizens

Other Category: Low Income

State: Indiana

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KASF Scholarships
KASF Scholarships

Offered by Korean American Scholarship Foundation

Multiple awards worth up to $5,000
Expected deadline June 2024

Are you a Korean American student or foreign student from Korea enrolled in a full-time educational program in the U.S? If so, consider applying for…

Are you a Korean American student or foreign student from Korea enrolled in a full-time educational program in the U.S? If so, consider applying for…

Are you a Korean American student or foreign student from Korea enrolled in a full-time educational program in the U.S? If so, consider applying for the KASF Scholarships! The scholarships are funded by the Korean American Scholarship Foundation, a non-profit organization established to help meet the financial needs of Korean-American students seeking higher education. Each year, the KASF Scholarship awards between $500 and $5,000 to winning applicants. Specific eligibility requirements may vary from region to region based on where the applicant’s school is/will be located during the scholarship application year. Descendants of American veterans who served during the Korean War may also qualify for this scholarship. If you’re of Korean descent, are passionate about academics, and are looking for some help to pay off your degree, we encourage you to apply!

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Grade Level: High School Seniors, College & Graduate Students

Minimum GPA: 3.0

Race/Ethnicity: Asian/Pacific Islander

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Alaska Education Grant
Alaska Education Grant

Offered by Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education

Multiple awards worth $500 - $4,000
Expected deadline June 2024

The Alaska Education Grant Program (AEG) is a fantastic opportunity for eligible Alaska students attending qualifying postsecondary educational institutions in Alaska. The program provides need-based…

The Alaska Education Grant Program (AEG) is a fantastic opportunity for eligible Alaska students attending qualifying postsecondary educational institutions in Alaska. The program provides need-based…

The Alaska Education Grant Program (AEG) is a fantastic opportunity for eligible Alaska students attending qualifying postsecondary educational institutions in Alaska. The program provides need-based financial assistance to help students achieve their academic goals. To apply, students simply need to complete the FAFSA annually. Don't miss out on this chance to receive financial support for your education!

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Grade Level: College Students

Citizenship: US Citizens

Other Category: Low Income

State: Alaska

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June means many things for students–exams, the end of the school year, and summer vacation. It is important to end the year strong in the classroom and find a few constructive things to do over the summer.

One of the best things that you can do is apply for scholarships! There are many great scholarships with June deadlines for high school, college, and even graduate students. Remember, every dollar you win with a June scholarship is a a free dollar to pay for college.

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How to win scholarships in June

Now that summer’s started, you’re going to have a lot of free time on your hands. One of the ways you can occupy yourself is by applying for scholarships. Even working a summer job can help improve your chances of winning a scholarship, especially if you outline your skills in your resume. If you choose to write an essay, make sure you take the reader on a journey that ends on a high note. Be sure to thank the scholarships committee when you win!

Tips for students in June

High school seniors

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High school juniors

  • If you have not secured your letters of recommendation, you should before the end of the school year! Here are some tips to receive the best possible recommendation letters.
  • College admissions is all about balancing risk. Scattergrams are one of the best ways to assess your chances. Use a scattergram through Naviance or Cappex to estimate your chances!
  • If you are thinking about applying for need-based financial aid, you can use the Net Price Calculator to estimate your need-based financial package! We recommend that you do this for every college on your list!
  • If you are interested in earning college credit to bolster your college application and potentially graduate college early, try self-studying for AP Exams. With this method, you can earn college credit without taking the classes’ corresponding course in high school. Summer is a great time to begin this process.

See also: Scholarships for juniors

Frequently asked questions

Are there still scholarships available in the summer?

Yes, scholarships can be available year round, it just depends on where you’re looking. It’s never too late or too early to apply for a scholarship. In any given month, there are thousands of scholarships opening and closing, so it’s good to keep checking back all through the year to find as many opportunities as possible!

What types of scholarships can I apply for?

There are tons of different scholarships that students can apply for. Some focus on your major, classification, demographic, and even the month that you’re applying. Fortunately, our scholarships directory makes sure that you never run out of options.

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