Smith Scholarship

The Smith Scholarship Foundation will begin accepting on-line Applications
on October 1, 2019 for the Smith Scholarship Program. The Smith
Scholarship Foundation Program is an Accountability Scholarship Program
providing assistance to High School Seniors who have “given back” to their
community through volunteer activities or by caring for family while
overcoming financial and personal challenges.

The SSF Programs provide up to $15,000 a year in financial assistance plus
opportunities for study abroad, professional training through its Internship
Program as well as valuable assistance from Mentors who counsel and
assist students with academic, personal and professional obstacles. All
assistance is subject to strict compliance with SSF Guidelines. SSF is a last
dollar supplemental scholarship.

Additional information can be found at www.smithscholarships.com as well as the two attachments below.

Scholarship Websites

Chegg.com: over 25,000 scholarships in addition to textbook savings

https://www.chegg.com/scholarships

FastWeb: has a database of 600,000 scholarships

http://www.fastweb.monster.com

College Board: offers a database with 23,000 sources of funding

https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarship-search

FastAid: says they’re one of the oldest and largest free scholarship search

http://www.fastaid.com

Scholarships.com: another free scholarship search service

http://www.scholarships.com

Nationally coveted scholarships and fellowships; gives you access to undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral rewards

https://www.scholarships.fatomei.com

ScholarSite: allows students to search for scholarships by field of study

http://www.scholarship-page.com/

Yconic: offering free scholarship matching & peer-to-peer support for your life as a student

https://yconic.com/

GoCollege: has 600,000 scholarships from more than 8,000 funding sources

http://www.gocollege.com/

International Education and Financial Aid: specializes in scholarships for international students and study abroad

https://www.iefa.org/

CollegeScholarships.com: provides scholarship searches and personalized scholarship application letters

http://collegescholarships.com/

Military.com: includes information for current and former military personnel, as well as financial aid for dependents

https://www.military.com/education/money-school

Peterson’s Scholarship: $10 billion in scholarships from 5,000 providers

https://petersons.com/college-search/scholarship-search/

SuperCollege.com: offers a substantial free scholarship search

http://supercollege.com/scholarships/scholarships.cfm

Sallie Mae-College Answer: free college scholarship search

https://www.salliemae.com/college-planning/college-scholarships/?lnkid=SM-PlanHP-getstarted-scholarships

The Road to College

Homewood Public Library, Tuesday, August 27th, at 6 p.m.

The Homewood Public Library is excited to announce the return that The Road to College on Tuesday, August 27, at 6 p.m. This program is geared towards helping parents and teens who are overwhelmed with the college application process. Jordan Crenshaw, an admissions counselor from UAB, will present on some key topics that will help teens and their parents get on the right track for college. How many times to take the ACT? How to apply for financial aid? What do you do after you have applied to college? These stressful questions, plus more, can all be answered at the Road to College!

 After the presentations, families will have the opportunity to visit representatives from various institutions. Over 15 colleges and universities will be represented, including Alabama/UA Early College, Auburn, UAB, UAH, Troy, Jeff State Community College, Samford University, Birmingham-Southern College, Montevallo, and more!

NACAC College Fair

The Fall College Fair Season is in full swing here at NACAC! Mark your calendars for the Birmingham National College Fair on September 15th, at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. Visit the official Birmingham National College Fair site for more details. 

At a National College Fair, students learn about programs and find their best college fit.They meet face-to-face with representatives from hundreds of colleges—all in one place—and get their questions answered about majors, degree programs, campus visits, internships,scholarships, financial aid, and much more. The fair is FREE and open to the public.

Learn more by going to nacacfairs.org/go.

Jefferson State Community College Health Sciences Career Fair

Date: September 10, 2019

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Location: Jefferson State’s Health Sciences Building at the Shelby-Hoover Campus (Google Map link: https://bit.ly/2YYYMYW)
The Health Sciences Career Fair will offer students the opportunity to learn more about the following programs:

  • Respiratory Therapy
  • Radiologic Technology
  • Physical Therapy Assistant
  • Nursing Education
  • Medical Laboratory Technology – Phlebotomy
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Biomedical Equipment Technology
  • Veterinary Technology
  • Non-Credit Fast-Track Programs

Please see the attached flyer and register via the link below. http://www.jeffersonstate.edu/healthfair

ACT Prep Single-Day Courses @ University of Montevallo

ACT Prep Single-Day Courses

8/24/19 • 10/5/19 • 1/25/20 • 3/14/20

8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Cost: $110 for general registration, 20% discount for children of UM employees and for students receiving free and reduced lunch.

Includes lunch and a snack

Covers all ACT test subjects with in-class practice testing

Each participant will receive a copy of the official ACT Test Prep book, a math review card and other goodies

Register today! https://www.montevallo.edu/academics/experiential-learning/partnerships-outreach/youthprograms/

Questions? Contact Sarah Hendren at 205-665-6077 or http://shendren@montevallo.edu.

Auburn Important Dates and Deadlines

Below are dates and deadlines for students applying to Auburn Fall 2020.

Fall 2020 Application Open                           August 15, 2019

Early Action Deadline (non-binding)       November 1, 2019

Decisions Released                                        December 1, 2019

Scholarship Deadline                                 December 15, 2019

Regular Application Deadline                      February 3, 2020

Decisions Released                                         March 2, 2020

Enrollment Deposit Deadline                         May 1, 2020

Wait Listed Students Notified                        May 15, 2020

Early Action decisions will include acceptances, defers and denials.  Deferred students will have an opportunity to submit additional information by the regular application deadline.  Examples include an updated high school transcript with fall grades, updated test scores, recommendation letter from a teacher or counselor focusing on the applicant’s academic abilities. 

A completed admissions application file includes: On-line admissions application, application fee, an official high school transcript and official ACT or SAT scores. The fall 2020 admissions application is on our AU admissions website.  It will include a required essay (500 words) and two short answer prompts (250 words each).  Essay and short answer prompts will be released on August 15.  Applicants will submit an official high school transcript and official ACT or SAT test scores.  Official test scores are sent directly from the ACT or College Board.  The admissions application fee is $50.  Students may submit an application fee waiver to cover that cost (ACT, SAT or NACAC fee waivers are most common). Contact Mrs. Keahey for fee waivers for qualifying students and official transcripts.

The University of Alabama 2020 Application is Open!

The 2020 application is available today! Students can access the application atapply.ua.edu. Applicants will need to submit the application for admission, application fee, a copy of their official test scores, and their official high school transcript. 

Your UA Regional Recruiter is eager to help you and your students through each step of the process.

LONG & LONG COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

As local Alabama injury lawyers, helping people in our community is important to us. We take pride in fighting for justice on behalf of our clients.

In addition to serving injured individuals, we want to help our community’s youth by offering one high school senior a one-time $500 scholarship. By providing financial assistance, we hope to help one student pursue their academic endeavors. Our law firm values community and we believe in investing in the future.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Must plan to attend a college or university in Alabama
  • Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher

SUBMISSION INFORMATION

Submissions must be made by August 14, 2019. Our firm will announce the winner on September 2, 2019.

Please go to
https://www.dontwaitlong.com/long-long-college-scholarship/ for more information.