COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS ARTICLES AND NEWS
THIS PAGE CONTAINS A COLLECTION OF PRESS RELEASES AND ARTICLES FROM COLLEGES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES THAT RELATE TO SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS THAT COVER TUITION, BOARD ETC
Scholarships are awarded to athletes who demonstrate talent, sportsmanship and potential. They can range from $500 to $30,000. Organizations, governments and colleges offers scholarships for other talents and potential besides those related to sports and athletic ability. Read on to learn more about college scholarships articles and news.
College Scholarships Articles and News Outside Athletics
Ohio students who want to attend Ohio State University can apply for the Land Grant Opportunity Scholarships. The scholarship program offers $17,000 per year to scholarship recipients from one of each of Ohio’s counties. The program’s goal is to encourage low-income and first-generation college students to attend college.
Cheerleading has a history extending back to the 1880’s. Many states and colleges consider cheerleading a sport. Some colleges and universities offer scholarships to talented cheerleaders.
Female bowlers should attend a college’s bowling camp or a bowling showcase to polish their bowling skills. The potential to be seen by a college scout at one of these camps or showcases is great. Attending a camp or showcase can help you earn a college scholarship.
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund and the Goldman Sachs Foundation teamed up to create a $1 million scholarship program whose goal is to increase college retention rates among Hispanic Americans. The program offers mentors to help students succeed.
Put together an impressive sports resume, polish your interviewing skills and create a film of 10 to 15 minutes of your sports talent if you want an athletic scholarship. Follow up with recruiters after you send these materials and a cover letter to the coach of your sport at each college in which you are interested.
Franklin Pierce College opened its arms to 20 students from Tulane University, Loyola University and Tulane University after Hurricane Katrina wiped out most of their possessions and their ability to continue their college educations.
The University of Utah has a scholarship sponsored by the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Intermountain West. The program is for Hispanic, Asian/Pacific and African American students.
The Marshall Scholarship was named for the American military leader, George Marshall. The Marshall Plan provided economic aid to Europe after World War II. The program enables American students to study abroad in Great Britain. The Marshall Scholarship offers university fee payment and living expenses for students studying a variety of subjects.
These are just some of the college scholarship articles and news that come in every day. Check back often.