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Scholarship Search Websites
- Your high school counselor - scholarships offered through community or
regional organizations are typically promoted through your high school
counseling office. Most offices have a scholarship book or bulletin board.
- Visit the e-Scholar website, a portal for publicizing educational opportunities available to students and career professionals.
- Library resources such as "The Scholarship Book" edited by Daniel Cassidy; "The College Blue Book"; "Free Money from Colleges & Universities" by Laurie Blum; and "Fund Your Way Through College: Uncovering 1,000 Great Opportunities in Undergraduate Financial Aid" by Debra M. Kirby. These along with many others can be found in Coe Library or through UW Combined Catalog.
- Contact the Multicultural Affairs Office at (307) 766-6228 for its booklet titled "Financial Aid & Opportunities for Minority Students." This office also has information on minority graduate assistantships.
- The American Legion publishes a booklet titled "Need a Lift?" This is an excellent guide to many types of financial aid resources including federal, state, institutional, and private aid. It may be ordered for $3 plus $3 for shipping and handling by writing to the following address: National Emblem Sales, 700 North Pennsylvania Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
- Civic, religious and community organizations such as Elks, Rotary, Moose, Odd Fellows, American Legion, and your local/home church.
- Your parent's place of employment.
- Large corporations such Coca-Cola, Clairol, Tylenol and Orville Redenbacher.
- Professional organizations within your chosen career field such as the Business and Professional Women's Association or Soroptimists.
- UW Outside Donor Scholarship Policy
Please note that we cannot confirm the accuracy of the information obtained outside of the UW