Honors Scholarships

August 02, 2010

Honors Scholarships
While a plethora of scholarships exist to award students based on ethnic background, extracurricular activity and athletics, some students want to be noticed for the hard work they’ve done in the classroom. Whether it’s by joining an honor society or ranking first in the class, an honors scholarship not only recognizes that achievement but also awards it. As an honors scholarship recipient, students can continue their academic excellence in the college classroom environment. Hard-working honor students have little time to apply to colleges; let alone spare minutes to search for scholarships. That’s why the Fastweb database contains quite a collection of honors scholarship opportunities. By filling out a profile, Fastweb can match you to the honors awards that you have the likelihood of winning. With honors scholarship opportunities at your fingertips, you can excel just as easily in your scholarship search as you do in the classroom. Below is a sampling of the honors scholarships that exist in our database—filling out a profile may match you to honors scholarships at your school of choice. Acacia Fraternity Scholarship The Acacia Fraternity Scholarship is an honors scholarship opportunity at Purdue University through the Acacia Fraternity. To qualify, applicants must be an incoming male freshman and demonstrate excellence in the classroom as well as outside. Winners of the Acacia Fraternity Scholarship will be awarded a $500 sum to be used toward tuition or books and fees. Boettcher Foundation Scholarship The Boettcher Foundation Scholarship seeks to award the highest academic performing students in Colorado while at the same time persuading winners to stay in state for college. Recipients of the Boettcher Foundation Scholarship are awarded an amount that covers full tuition and fees, a living stipend and a book allowance. To be considered for the Boettcher Foundation scholarship, applicants must be in the top 5% of their graduating class, score a 1200 or higher on the combined verbal and math sections of the SAT or a 27 or higher on the ACT and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Colleges accepting the Boettcher Foundation Scholarship in Colorado are as follows:
  • Adams State College
  • Colorado Christian University
  • Colorado College
  • Colorado School of Mines
  • Colorado State University
  • Colorado State University—Pueblo
  • Fort Lewis College
  • Johnson and Wales University
  • Mesa State College
  • Metropolitan State University
  • Regis State University
  • University of Colorado at Boulder
  • University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
  • University of Colorado at Denver
  • University of Denver
  • University of Northern Colorado
  • Western State College

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