Be sure to check with your high school guidance counselor or ask about financial aid at your college admissions office. Here on this page we've identified a few of the most common scholarship programs that are available right in your state...
Vermont John H. Chafee Scholarship
$5,000 scholarships to Vermont college students who were previously in foster care.
Elizabeth J. Davis Scholarship
$3,000 scholarships to Vermont college students who were previously in foster care.
Emily Lester Vermont Opportunity Scholarship
$3,000 scholarships to Vermont home health care students.
Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund
Up to $18,000 in scholarships to financially needy Vermont residents to go to college for four years.
Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC)
More than 140 scholarships available for Vermont residents!
NIADA Foundation Regional Scholarships
Up to $3,500 to young and smart Vermont college students.
EMU National Scholars Program (NSP)
Up to $15,000 to Vermont college freshmen with a minimum 3.5 GPA.
Heidelberg University Out-Of-State Scholarship
Up to $12,000 per year to Vermont college freshman who do well in school.
TeenDrive365 Video Challenge
$15,000 to the best teen video demonstrating
the importance of safe driving.
Lighthouse Guild Scholarships
Up to $10,000 to legally blind Vermont college students. Read More
Duck Tape Stuck at Prom Scholarship Contest
Up to $10,000 to the best dressed high seniors who attend the prom wearing outfits made out of duck tape!
Nancy & Harry Koenigsberg/Textile Study Group
$1,500 scholarships to creative Vermont College students who are interested in "fiber art".
Obviously this list is just the tip of the iceberg in the vast ocean of available scholarships and grant programs. To get a more extensive idea of the funding opportunities you might be eligible for, visit these database websites to see which scholarship programs match you!