March Deadline Scholarships
Please be sure you give the records office at least 24 hours notice of your
official transcript request.
Scholarship information and applications are available in the Student
Achievement Center (SAC) Room B101.
Seniors. Up to $2,000-4 years. Must be of Native American or Alaska Native descent
and plan to attend an accredited two- or four-year college/university or
March 1, Education
technical/vocational school full time. Must have 2.0 GPA. Final deadline is April 4th,
application received before March 1 get bonus points.
Seniors. $2,500, $2,000, $1,500 Four-year accredited college or university, and
may be used for tuition, books, fees, room, and board. Candidates for this award
American Legion shall be daughters, stepdaughters, sons, stepsons, grandsons, step grandsons,
Auxiliary granddaughters, step-granddaughters, great-granddaughters, step-great-
March 1, Children of granddaughters, great-grandsons, step-great-grandsons of veterans who served in
2012 Warriors National the Armed Forces during eligibility dates for membership in The American Legion,
Presidents' listed here: WW I, WW II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Lebanon and Grenada,
Scholarship Panama, Desert Shield/Storm, Gulf War/War on Terrorism. Applicant must complete
50 hours of community service during his/her high school years.
Casper College Seniors. Must be full-time Casper College freshmen, one male and one female,
Barbara Scifers majoring in physical education, 2.5 GPA and be involved in extracurricular activities.
Casper College Seniors. For full-time students. Wyoming resident, high school graduates, 2.0 GPA,
Carmen Fairservis must be committed to making speedy progress toward the degree he or she is
Scholarship seeking. http://www.caspercollege.edu/financial_aid/scholarships.html
Casper College Seniors. Open to all physically or mentally challenged students who are enrolled in a
Decker Auto Glass degree seeking program at Casper College.
Casper College Seniors. Majoring in Early Childhood Education, 2.0 GPA, 3 paragraph essay
Gertrude Brady http://www.caspercollege.edu/financial_aid/scholarships.html
Casper College Seniors. Majoring in geology or biology, 2.0 GPA, 3 paragraph essay
Howard Brady http://www.caspercollege.edu/financial_aid/scholarships.html
Casper College Seniors. For full-time, in-state residents, must be entering the radiography program
March 1, Ron Lund at Casper College, 3.0 GPA. The goal of the recipient of this scholarship must be to
2012 Imaging achieve a degree in radiography.
March 1, Casper College Seniors. Either applicant or member of the applicant's immediate family must be a
2012 Meridian Trust member of Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union. 3.0 GPA or higher.
Casper College Seniors. Available to graduates of Casper and Cheyenne public high schools, awards
March 1, Richardson based on financial need for up to six semesters, 2.0 GPA. Students must file the
2012 Family Trust FAFSA. http://www.caspercollege.edu/financial_aid/scholarships.html
Casper College Seniors. The SPE scholarship for high school & college students interested in careers
SPE Wyoming in the energy industry working toward a degree in Engineering.
Awarded to highly-motivated, degree-seeking female students. Preference will be
Casper College given to students pursuing a degree in architecture or a related discipline, Three
March 1, Shirley Lee paragraph essay detailing their goals and objectives, be familiar with the W. L.
2012 McCamly Weaver McCamly family’s history and do a small research paper regarding women’s and
Scholarship other social issues during and since Shirley’s lifetime.
Seniors. GPA no higher than 2.50 or a G.E.D. Student will be self-motivated, goal-
oriented, and committed to making reasonable progress toward the degree they are
March 1, seeking. In the need statement the applicant must address why there is a need for
Van Burgh Family
2012 the scholarship in regards to attending college. In addition, the applicant must state
what academic goals and objectives they are pursuing.
Casper College Seniors. Full time student, 2.0 GPA, be in need of financial assistance, Wyoming
Wyoming resident and must express a desire to enter into the construction trade industry. The
Conference of fields of study to be considered are: Construction Technology, Construction
Building Officials Management, and Welding Technology.
Central Wyoming Seniors. Central Wyoming College only, Amount Varies, 2.0 GPA, complete FAFSA
March 1, College Andrew http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-aid/scholarships/Highschool.aspx
Central Wyoming Seniors. Amount varies, agree to enroll as Fine Arts major, 2.5 GPA, portfolio
College Art reviewed by Art Faculty
Central Wyoming Seniors. Amount Varies, 3.0 GPA, seek a degree in music or education
College Barbara http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-aid/scholarships/Highschool.aspx
Central Wyoming Seniors. 2.0 GPA, accepted into a health-related program, financial need,
College Blue Wyoming resident, not affiliated with any Blue Cross & Blue Shield employee
March 1, Cross & Blue http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-aid/scholarships/Highschool.aspx
2012 Shield of
Central Wyoming Senior. Amount Varies, 2.0 GPA, Hispanic students http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-
College Cinco de website/financial-aid/scholarships/Highschool.aspx
Central Wyoming Amount varies, Native American student with a 2.25 GPA. Preference will be given
March 1, College David to student from local tribes http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-
2012 Usher Memorial aid/scholarships/Highschoolpg2.aspx
Central Wyoming Amount varies, students majoring in Equine Studies 2.0 GPA, full-time students.
March 1, College Equine The annual scholarship award(s) will be disbursed one-half for Fall semester and
2012 Studies one-half for Spring semester
Central Wyoming Seniors. $2,500. 3.0 GPA, resume which outlines a) the applicant's involvement
College in school and community activities, and b) evidence of leadership roles assumed
March 1, Foundation by the applicant in such, activities, commitment to participation in a broad range
2012 Quality Leader of campus activities for at least 30 hours per semester, interview with
Activity Admissions/Scholarship Committee http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-
Central Wyoming Seniors. Amount varies, Available to Native American students, local tribes
March 1, College Frank & preferred, 2.25 GPA
2012 Cynthia McCarthy http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-aid/scholarships/Highschoolpg2.aspx
Seniors. $2,208 with no Hathaway, $2,000 with Hathaway, Submit a six or seven
semester high school transcript with cumulative GPA, must be a full-time student,
March 1, awarded to every current year high school graduate with a 3.5 GPA or minimum
2012 ACT score of 25, two year award if student maintains a 3.0 GPA each semester
with at least 12 credit hours earned each semester http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-
Central Wyoming Seniors. Amount varies, 3.0 GPA, Full-time, Visual or Performing Arts Program
March 1, College L. Pearl students
2012 Moran Arts http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-aid/scholarships/Highschoolpg3.aspx
Seniors. $1,704 with no Hathaway, $1,000 with Hathaway, submit a six or seven
semester high school transcript with cumulative GPA, must be a full-time student,
March 1, awarded to every current year high school graduate with a 3.0 to 3.49 GPA or
2012 minimum ACT score of 21, two year award if student maintains a 2.5 GPA each
semester with at least 12 credit hours earned each semester
Central Wyoming Seniors. Amount varies, 3.0 GPA, Full-time, Nursing Program students
March 1, College L. Pearl http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-aid/scholarships/Highschoolpg3.aspx
2012 Moran Nursing
Central Wyoming Seniors. Amount varies, 2.5 GPA, Interview required with appropriate Music
College Music faculty, enrollment in ensembles as determined by the Music Department.
Seniors. Amount varies, 2.0 GPA, interview with full-time Electronic Media and
Central Wyoming Production Operations faculty, an interest in broadcasting as career or academic
March 1, College Radio/TV pursuit, spend 3-4 hours a week in some type of assigned work at KCWC-FM. (This
2012 Broadcasting is in addition to Lab hours or part-time employment.), Radio/TV majors will be
Scholarship given preference http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-
March 1, Central Wyoming Seniors. Amount varies, 3.0 GPA, must be enrolled at least part-time in
2012 College Raymond a biological or physical sciences (including pre-nursing, pre-medicine and pre-
Winter Memorial veterinary sciences) http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-
Seniors. $500, Minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA, art major, part-time student (6 to
11 credit hours), demonstrated financial need, award may be used for tuition, fees
March 1, College Riverton
and bookstore purchases only http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-
2012 Artists Guild
Central Wyoming Seniors. Amount varies, fulltime student, 2.0 GPA, interview with rodeo coach,
College Rodeo participation/excellence in rodeo events http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-
Seniors. Amount varies, 2.5 GPA, interview required with appropriate Theatre
March 1, faculty, participation in major theater productions and enrollment each semester
2012 in theater classes http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-
Seniors. Amount varies, Pursuing a degree in the arts, including, but not limited
Central Wyoming to, performing, musical, or visual disciplines, preference will be given to students
College Tonia C within these areas; however, if no such student exists in a given year, preference
Burnette will be given to students of the Arts and Sciences, based on academic excellence,
Memorial achievement potential, and desire to promote the arts through their chosen field of
Endowment study, as illustrated through a written essay. http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-
Seniors. Amount varies, Fulltime student with 2.0 GPA (3.0 preferred/22 ACT
March 1, preferred), interview with volleyball coach/volleyball skills review, participate in
2012 fall season and spring ball, meet all NJCAA eligibility requirements.
Seniors. Amount varies, must be a full-time student (minimum of 12 credits)
enrolled in an associate degree program, 2.5 GPA, be willing to devote 10 hours
per semester in a community service activity of own choice and approved by the
CWC Native American Scholarship Committee, can demonstrate an association
with or other relationship to either the Shoshone or Arapaho Tribe, must agree in
writing to repay the scholarship if a degree is not attained within three years or if
March 1, River Tribes
the student is not able to meet standards of progress which are outlined below. If
standards of progress are not met or if the community service activity is not
accomplished by the end of the semester, the student will be placed on probation
for the subsequent semester and the bonus shall be withheld pending correction of
the deficiency during the probationary period. No interest will be charged, should
the student be liable for repayment.
Central Wyoming Seniors. Awarded to all Wyoming National Merit Semi-Finalists
College Wyoming http://www.cwc.edu/web/cwc-website/financial-aid/scholarships/Highschoolpg5.aspx
Open to current CFD volunteers and immediate family members. Must plan to
March 1, attend, or be attending, any college, university or trade school. Must be currently
2012 active and have a minimum of five years of volunteer service. www.cfdrodeo.com -
click on forms and applications.
March 1, Colorado State Seniors. Award amount varies. Each academic college has its own scholarships;
2012 University complete your college's section of the CSU Scholarship Application (CSUSA) to be
Academic College considered for these awards.
Colorado State Seniors. $20,000 over 4 years. Non-Resident first-time freshmen who have
March 1, University participated in a CSU Partnership Designated program.
2012 Partnership http://admissions.colostate.edu/payingforcollege/scholarship
March 1, Elks, George B Seniors. $1000. Any 2-4 yr WY college. School/community activities,
2012 Kline Memorial recommendations, etc. App in Career Ctr. or at firstname.lastname@example.org
March 1, Senior. $2,000. Any 2-4-yr college or tech school. School/community activities,
Elks Major Project
2012 recommendations, etc. email@example.com
March 1, Elks Vocational Seniors. $1000. Any 2-4 yr college or tech school. School/community activities,
2012 Grant recommendations, etc. firstname.lastname@example.org
GEAR UP Seniors. Amount depends on need – Scholarship may cover unmet nees. 2.0 GPA,
Institutional attend tutoring/advising at least 4 times per year, attend at least one Gear Up
Scholarship summer academy (before senior year), go on a college visit at an institution other
Northwest than host institution (before graduation), Complete GEAR UP senior check list
Hispanic College Seniors. $500-$10,000. Multiple scholarships available, must be of Hispanic
Fund Application background, be a US citizen, 3.0 GPA, and demonstrate financial need.
Japanese Seniors. $2,000. Must be a member of the JACL, Membership application available
March 1, American Citizen online. Multiple scholarships available, personal statement, letter of
2012 League National recommendation, official transcripts, SAT and/or ACT scores, work experience; and
Scholarship community involvement. http://www.jacl.org/edu/scholar.htm
JSU Alabama Seniors. $2,000. Any non-Alabama resident with 28 or above ACT score or SAT
McGee score of 1260 or above may apply.
Seniors. Full tuition up to $9,000. Hispanic/Latino heritage, 3.0 GPA, pursuing a
Marriott Scholars degree in hospitality/hotel management, or culinary, resume. Information online:
Seniors. Must have a declared major in UW technical education program and at
March 1, McMurry least junior status, 3.0 GPA, eligibility for student financial aid through the University
2012 Scholarship of Wyoming [FAFSA completion] and enrollment as a full time student through UW
(12 credit hours). http://www.uwyo.edu/outreach/uwcc/scholarships/current.html
Seniors. A scholarship program of financial support for University of Wyoming/Casper College
(UW/CC) Center students who are single parents. Will provide for a monthly scholarship for the
March 1, Myra Fox Skelton nine months of the 2011-2012 academic year. Recipients agree to participate in a community
2012 Foundation service activity (a minimum of 15 hours of service required per semester) and submit written
documentation of that community service at the end of both semesters.
Seniors. $5,000. 3.0 GPA,
Applicants MUST provide the following information in TRIPLICATE: 3 work samples.
Club – Richard G.
March 1, These may be print articles (reduced to 8 ½ by 11 size) or multimedia stories on a
2012 CD or DVD, three letters of recommendation, high school transcript., FAFSA, a letter
of acceptance from the college/university of your choice or some documentation
indicating where you have applied. http://press.org/about/scholarships/zimmerman
Seniors. $5,000. Must be a member of an ethnic minority in the field of engineering:
National Society African-American, Hispanic, or Native American, have been accepted into an ABET-
of Professional accredited engineering program, and be a U.S. citizen. Applications will be evaluated
March 1, Engineers based on: GPA, internship/co-op experience and community involvement, two faculty
2012 Maureen L. recommendations, honors/scholarships/awards, and answers to the four questions
Blitman, PE, on the application. Applications must include a completed application, a high school
Scholarship transcript, SAT and/or ACT scores, a resume and recommendation letters
Seniors. $1000. Must reside in NPEF service area; pursue any course in health-care
March 1, Northern Plains
studies. GPA of 3.8 and ACT of 28. Full time course of study at college, university,
2012 Eye Foundation
technical school. http://www.npef.org/scholarship.asp
March 1, Southeast Seniors, graduates or GED’s. $1000, renewable. Any 2-4 yr college. Major in
2012 Wyoming Builders Building & Construction Industry. http://cheyennehomebuilders.com/events.html
University of Seniors. University of Wyoming has numerous scholarships for minorities, women
Wyoming Minority and first generation students. Information online: www.uwyo.edu/oma
Seniors. Wyoming residents who plan to attend a Wyoming college or UW.
Consideration given to past academic performance, financial need, personal conduct,
March 1, Wyoming/Dick
reputation, extracurricular activities, community service, demonstration of
patriotism, unique qualities and educational goals.
Seniors. $1.500 Members of WyHy Federal Credit Union planning on attending a
WYHY Federal Wyoming college, technical school or University and who have had an account with
Credit Union WyHy for a year. Please mail all completed applications and materials to: Scholarship
Scholarship Committee, PO Box 20050, Cheyenne, WY 82003.
Wyoming Farm $1000. Children of Farm Bureau members may apply. A memorial for former
March 1, Bureau Wyoming Farm Bureau Presidents H.D. Livingston and H.J. King as well as Norma
2012 The Livingston- Livingston. For questions, contact: email@example.com or 307.721.7719.
King Scholarship http://www.wyfb.org/education/scholarships
Wyoming Farm $500. Children of Farm Bureau members may apply. For questions, contact:
March 1, Bureau firstname.lastname@example.org or 307.721.7719 http://www.wyfb.org/education/scholarships
Wyoming Rural High School Graduates. $3,000. Applicants who plan to attend an approved
Electric regional lineworker training program. Scholarship recipient is obligated, upon
Association completion of lineworker program to notify each Wyoming electric cooperative of
Lineman availability of employment and apply for any apprentice lineworker position open at a
Scholarship Wyoming electric cooperative. Letters of recommendation.
Seniors. $500-$1,500. Wyoming high school graduate. Pursue a course of study
March 1, Wyoming which will lead to a career in the Highway Transportation Industry. Any Wyoming 2-
2012 Trucking Assoc. 4 year college or technical school. Activities, essays, references, financial need, and
statement of future plans. www.wytruck.org – About WTA tab at the top.
Seniors. Awarded based on recommendation of school administrator or counselor
Wyoming and the student’s personal essay expressing why they feel they should be
Admissions considered. 2.75 cumulative GPA (maintained through graduation) minimum 18 ACT
Officer score. Official transcript and test scores required. Any community college, college,
university or trade school in-state or out-of-state. Send applications to: Jeri Russell,
Gillette College, 300 W Sinclair, Gillette, WY 82718 or email@example.com
March 1, Wyoming Game Seniors. $350. Any trade-school, community college, or major university in state or
2012 Wardens Assoc out of state. Essay. www.wyominggamewardens.com/scholarships.asp
Seniors. $2,000-$12,000. Must be enrolled in an institution of higher education,
have a 3.5 GPA, be a U. S. citizen or a permanent resident alien, fit into one of the
National Italian two NIAF scholarship categories: Be an Italian American student who demonstrates
March 2, American outstanding potential and high academic achievements - “Italian American” (the
2012 Foundation student must have at least one ancestor who has immigrated from Italy), or any
Scholarship ethnic background majoring or minoring in Italian language, Italian studies, Italian
American studies or a related field, who demonstrate outstanding potential and high
academic achievements. http://www.niaf.org/scholarships/about.asp
Seniors. Priority for scholarships is given to high performing new and transfer
students who declare a music major. Talented non-majors are also encouraged to
apply for a scholarship. Scholarship awards may be up to full tuition and lesson fees.
March 2, Wyoming Music
Live auditions are strongly encouraged. In lieu of a live audition, students may
submit a high-quality video (DVD, VHS) or sound recording (CD, audiocassette tape)
for consideration (video is preferred). http://www.uwyo.edu/music/new-student-
Seniors. Must be either a spouse or a military dependent of a military sponsor. The
military sponsor of said applicant must be of active duty, guard, reserve, retired or
March 2, Warren Spouses’
deceased status from a United States branch of service AND either assigned to F.E.
Warren AFB in active duty status or a resident in
Laramie County. http://www.warrenspousesclub.org/#/scholarship/4557599595
March 4, Seniors. $7,500. Based on academic performance, athletic excellence, leadership,
2012 community service and essay. www.sammyapplication.com
Seniors. $1,500, 4 years. Must be a grandchild of a UW graduate, be a Senior in the
March 9, top one third of his/her graduating class and obtain a minimum ACT composite score
2012 of 20 and/or minimum SAT composite score of 1100 and a 2.5 GPA
UW Alumni Seniors. $500, 4 years. Must be a grandchild of a UW graduate, be a Senior in the
March 9, Hershler/Skinner top one third of his/her graduating class and obtain a minimum ACT composite score
2012 Family Memorial of 20 and/or minimum SAT composite score of 1100 and a 2.5 GPA
Seniors. $4,000-$5,000. 4 years. Must be a child of a WY State employee who is
also a UW graduate, be a Senior in the top one fourth of graduating class with a
March 9, Mary Lou Rechard
minimum ACT composite score of 20 and/or minimum SAT composite score of 1100
and a 2.5 GPA http://www.wyoalumni.com/scholarshipProgram.html
Seniors. $1,500, 4 years. Must be a child of a UW graduate. Be a member of one of
March 9, these ethnic groups: American Indian/Alaska Native; Asian American/Pacific
2012 Islander; Black/African American; Hispanic/Mexican American/Latino/Chicano. 2.5
Grades K-12. 1-$5,000, 1-$3,000, 1-$2,000 awards. Sponsored by the US
Federal Junior Department of the Interior, US Fish and Wildlife Service. Students may submit a
Duck Stamp Art drawing, painting or sketch of any North American waterfowl species. Each state,
Competition territory or district has its own competition, with the "Best of Show" winners
submitted to the national competition. One of the 53 Best of Show images will be
selected as the next Junior Duck Stamp. http://www.fws.gov/juniorduck/
March 15, Ages 13-18. Recognizing young volunteers who make their community a better
2012 place. Must be nominated by someone 21 yrs or older. www.kohlskids.com
March 15, Rocky Mountain Seniors. Any 2- 4 year college. Current member of rocky Mountain Farmers Union,
2012 Farmers Union transcript, essay. http://www.rmfu.org/education/scholarships/
Wal-Mart Seniors. $13,000. Applicants must be dependents of Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club
Dependent associates, 2.0 GPA and financial need.
Zonta Club of Ages 16 to 19. Young Women in Public Affairs Award. Up to $1,000. Must be an
Cheyenne active volunteer, have experience in local or student government, have knowledge of
Scholarship Zonta and its programs, Support Zonta’s mission Applications available in the SAC.
AIA/AAF Minority Seniors. 5-$3,000 to $4,000 awards. Must be from a minority and/or financially
March 16, Disadvantaged disadvantaged background who intend to pursue a NAAB-accredited professional
2012 Scholarship degree in Architecture. http://www.aia.org/education/AIAB081881
March 16, Wyo Weed & Pest Seniors. $1000. Any 2-4 yr college or tech school. Major in Ag or Natural Resources,
2012 Council references, essay. App in Career Ctr or online: www.wyoweed.org
Seniors. $7,500. Scholar athletes must be nominated either by a teacher or by
Scholar Athlete yourself. Award based on: Academic performance-35%, Athletic excellence-35%,
Milk Mustache of leadership-15%, community service-10%, milk experience esay-5%.
the Year Award www.facebook.com/milkmustache or e-mail Debbie McMahon at
Seniors. $500 Be a member, son or daughter of knight, son or daughter of
March 19, Knights of
deceased knight in good standing, Columbian Squire, attending Catholic college or
Catholic University. www.kofc.org/un/en/about/contact/scholarships.html
Grades 8-10. 236 awards $30-$2,000. Complete an essay on the Ayn Rand novel
“Anthem”. Essays will be judged on both style and content. Judges will look for
March 20, Ayn Rand Essay writing that is clear, articulate and logically organized. Winning essays must
2012 Contest - Anthem demonstrate an outstanding grasp of the philosophic meaning of “Anthem”
answering specific questions.
Seniors. $1000. Dependent children of member-system consumers and dependent
March 21, children of member-cooperative employees. Students planning to enroll in a full-time
2012 2 or 4 year college, university or vocational/technical school. Submit application to
local electric cooperative. Transcript and essay.
Females (16-20) living or studying in Zonta area/district/region. $1,000.
March 21, Active commitment to volunteerism, experience in local or student government,
Women in Public
2012 volunteer leadership achievements, knowledge of Zonta and its programs, advocacy
for issues that support Zonta’s mission. www.zontaofcheyenne.org
Seniors. $7,500. Must be a minority, plan to attend a four–year institution, show
leadership potential, demonstrate a dedication to community service, present
The Jackie evidence of financial need, be a U.S. citizen, have a minimum SAT score of 1,000
Robinson combined on the math and critical reading sections or a composite ACT score of 22,
Foundation not possess a degree from a 2 or 4–year College when applying for the scholarship.
1 letter of recommendation needed, apply on line only.
Seniors. $500-$5,000. Must be pursuing a degree in the Arts, have a 2.0 GPA, U.S.
citizen or have a Green Card, Proof of acceptance from school of choice, Minority
March 30, Worldstudio AIGA
status not required but weighted heavily, Demonstrate financial need.
Laramie LDS Seniors. $500-$800. Planning to attend University of Wyoming, LCCC (Albany
March 31, Alumni, Despain, County Campus) or WyoTech. Must attend a class at the Laramie LDS Institute of
2012 and Willey Religion each semester. Information online: www.ldsces.org/laramie
Southeast Seniors or College Juniors or Seniors. $1000. Enrolling at University of Wyoming
March 31, Wyoming Estate College of Business or Laramie County Community College Business Department.
2012 Planning Council Resume, cover letter, and transcripts. Information online:
Students 13 years or older. $2,500. Must be legal resident of the US or the
District of Columbia, be currently enrolled (or enroll no later than the fall of 2018) in
March 31, Superpower an accredited post-secondary institution of higher education, submit an online short
2012 Scholarship 2012 written response (250 words or less) for the question:
“Which superhero or villain would you want to changes places with for a day and
Seniors. 4-$1000 awards. Must be a high school senior planning to enroll as a
U.S. Bank college freshmen at an eligible four-year college or university participating in the
Scholarship U.S. Bank Student Loan Program, enrolled by September 2012, a U.S. citizen or
Program permanent resident alien. Awarded by random drawing. Apply online.