See attached flyer for information.
See attached flyer for information.
The Janice M. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in October 2001 by the husband (Abraham) and family members of the late Janice Marie Scott to honor her legacy as an advocate for youth and supporter of community services within the Greater Metropolitan Area of Washington, DC. Mrs. Scott was among the 125 individuals who perished in the Pentagon on the morning of September 11, 2001 when terrorists crashed American Airlines Flight 77 into the building of the Pentagon. The Janice M. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund became an official (501(c) 3) non profit organization in August 2004. Selections of recipients are based primarily on financial need.
You can find the eligibility requirements; application; criteria sheet, to include the required submission documents; and checklist online at http://jmscottmemorialfund.org that would allow high school seniors to determine their status and if eligible apply for scholarships.
Application packets must be received or postmarked on/or before March 31 st . They should be sent to: Janice M. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund, Post Office Box 1023, Springfield, Virginia 22151. The dollar amounts for scholarships will be determined annually by the board of directors. We will mail all scholarship checks directly to the college or university of the recipients to be credited to their student accounts.
See attachment below. The deadline is March 15.
Applicants should have the following credentials:
Completed applications must be RECEIVED by March 6, 2017.
You may pick up an application in the counseling office, or download one from www.birminghamdst.org.
The Birmingham Branch of the ASCE is offering a scholarship to high school seniors who attend a civil engineering program at a university or college in Alabama that has been accredited by the ABET-EAC.
The application is below, and is due March 31, 2017. The winner will be notified by May 6, 2017.
The South Shelby Chamber of Commerce awards a $1000 scholarship to a graduating senior from each high school in the southern region of Shelby County. The winners and their families will be honored at the April 6th South Shelby Chamber Membership Luncheon.
Please see the attached application. The deadline for these applications is Friday, March 17th, at 5:00 p.m.
It is that time of year when the Shelby County Education Association offers its Annual Scholarship Program. For 2017 SCEA will offer two $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors (child or grandchild of a current SCEA member) and one $1,000 scholarship to a member continuing his/her education in the education profession. This is always an exciting event in our year and one of the many ways that your Shelby County Education Association gives back to its members. The applications are attached below. Please note that these scholarships are for active SCEA members. The Shelby County ESP group has a separate scholarship offering.
SENIOR scholarship application: Senior Scholarship Application 2017
MEMBER scholarship application: SCEA Member Scholarship Application 2017
The local scholarship application is now available. You may print out a copy using the link below, or pick up a copy in the counseling office. These are due back no later than Monday, April 3, 2017. This one scholarship application covers several local scholarships, including the Bryant Bank, Billy Jones, Columbiana Merchants, David Phillips, Edwin Rush, George Bentley, Stewart, and Scott Armstrong scholarships.
First Place: $2000 scholarship to the University of Montevallo
Second Place: $1000 scholarship to the University of Montevallo
Eligibility: Alabama high school seniors who plan to attend the University of Montevallo
Guidelines: See Mrs. Payne for a complete list of guidelines.
Entries must be postmarked by February 15.
Auburn University at Montgomery is offering the Residual ACT on the following dates. This ACT may only be used for admission and scholarships to AUM.
Registration Deadline: NONE. You may arrive the day of the test without having pre-registered; however, you must bring all of the items listed in the testing instructions section below.
Cost: $40.00 – The nonrefundable fee should be brought with you to the test in the form of CASH or CHECK (Made payable to AUM).
Testing Instructions: You must arrive at the testing room (see schedule above) by 9 a.m. with photo identification and two #2 pencils. If you want to use a calculator for the mathematics portion of the test, you may bring a calculator. Calculators must include batteries. AUM will not furnish batteries for calculators. You cannot bring pocket organizers, handheld or laptop computers, electronic writing pads or pen input devices, calculators built into cell phones, calculators with built in computer algebra systems or models with a typewriter-style keypad. Prohibited calculators include: Casio CFX-9970G and Algebra FX 2.0, Texas Instrument TI89 and TI92, and Hewlett Packard HP 40G and HP 49G.
Scores: Scoring will be done by the Office of Admissions. Your scores will be sent to you through the mail unless other arrangements have been made. You will need to allow 3 working days for the score report processing. Federal regulations prohibit the release of scores over the telephone. Scores from Residual Testing are valid only at AUM and cannot be transferred by transcript or other means to any other institution or agency.
Accommodations: It is the policy of AUM to provide students with disabilities appropriate testing accommodations on the ACT Residual Test. Students with disabilities are encouraged to provide a minimum two weeks notification and appropriate documentation to the Center for Disability Services (CDS) for ACT Residual testing accommodations. Students may contact CDS in the Taylor Center or call CDS at 334-244-3631 prior to or upon enrollment at AUM.
NOTE: Please confirm test date, time and location by calling 334-244-3615.
For more information, contact:
OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS
AUBURN UNIVERSITY AT MONTGOMERY
PO BOX 244023
MONTGOMERY, AL 36124-4023
The February test dates can be used to qualify for scholarships. Anything after March 1st will not be used towards a student qualifying for scholarships.