Outside Scholarships

Outside Scholarship Opportunities for VU Students

The Vincennes University Foundation and Vincennes University receive many leads and contacts every year from non-university related organizations and foundations on possible scholarship opportunities for VU students.

The information provided below is by no means comprehensive for all possible scholarships. These are only those that have sent their information and applications or provided links to their websites. You should also check your local sources of scholarships. Many companies have scholarship programs for employees or children of employees. Fraternal organizations in your town might also have scholarship programs. Most Indiana counties have community foundations that award scholarships to local residents. Indiana students can check out this list of community foundations:

http://www.tgci.com/funding/cfs.asp?statename=Indiana&statecode=IN. Students from other states can click on their state on the map at http://www.tgci.com/funding.shtml. High school students, your school's guidance office should have applications for these scholarships.

External Scholarships and Search Engines

Beyond opportunities provided by Vincennes University, we encourage you to look within your high schools, communities and national programs for external scholarships that can further assist in making college affordable for you.

Below is a list of free external scholarship search engines. If you use any of these scholarship search sites, please check their privacy policy, and don't ever pay anyone to look for scholarships.

Knox County Community Foundation: provides scholarships for Knox and other SW Indiana Counties students served by the Community Foundation Alliance

Fastweb: a database of over 400,000 scholarships

The Foundation Center: provides a list of community foundations that may offer scholarships

Science Careers: funding opportunities for training in the sciences

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities: resources for Hispanic students

CollegeToolkit.com: an extensive listing of scholarship opportunities

Scholarships.com: an extensive listing of scholarships and grants

Scholarship Experts: a database containing more than 2.4 million awards worth over $14 billion

ScholarshipHunter: scholarship search engine, by major and state

Scholarship Search from the College Board: a database of 2,300 programs

Nancy Etz Scholarship

4 Corner Resources

Soroptimist Best for Women Virginia M. Wagner Educational Award

Infantcpr Safebaby Scholarship

Please remember if you receive a scholarship from any organization other than VU or the VU Foundation it is up to you to comply with their requirements and you will deal with them for any financial disbursement. The VU Foundation does not have any control or influence on any of their decisions.