Scholarships

SOME DUE FRIDAY

Don't miss trying for one of these great opportunities

Clicking on the links for each scholarship will give you more details.


THESE TWO HAVE AN EXTENDED DUE DATE TO FRIDAY MARCH 31!


Also Due Friday, March 31

  • GRASP 2+2 Renewable Scholarships - multiple - A new scholarship specifically for high school seniors who plan to attend community college and transfer to a four-year college.


Also Due Friday, March 31 **NORTHERN NECK ONLY**


DUE IN APRIL

GRASP Last Dollar Scholarship - One per GRASP high school - Due Friday, April 21

The Kiwanis Club of Greater Richmond - 1 renewable - Due Sunday, April 30


Other resources are the GRASP Scholarship website page and GRASP's facebook page.

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FAFSA

  • Provides schools with information about student’s eligibility for federal student aid
  • The State of Virginia uses the information to help award state aid
  • Schools often require the FAFSA to award institutional aid
  • Some scholarships require the FAFSA
  • Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant (VTAG), a non-need-based state award earmarked for Virginia residents who attend a private college in Virginia, requires the FAFSA
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