ACT Test Dates for 2013–2014
Test Date Registration Deadline (Late Fee Required)
February 8, 2014* January 10, 2014 January 11–24, 2014
April 12, 2014 March 7, 2014 March 8–21, 2014
June 14, 2014 May 9, 2014 May 10–23, 2014
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January 15, 2014 – BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ SCHOLARSHIP – attend one of the state colleges at Chadron State, Peru State or Wayne State College. Score at least a 25 ACT or 1700 SAT, plus 1 or more letters of recommendations from a high school administrator or teacher. Application at www.nscs.edu
January 15, 2014 - NEBRASKA ELKS ASSOCIATION PAST EXALTED RULER’S SCHOLARSHIP-open to any high school senior
January 15, 2014 - NEBRASKA ELKS ASSOCIATION J.B. FERGUSON GOLF SCHOLARSHIP -
January 24, 2014 - NEBRASKA RURAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP - open to one male and one female from our school who are planning to become a teacher or related occupation. Application website: www.nrcs.net
January 24, 2014 - GARY FISHER FINE ARTS SCHOLARSHIP - high school senior who excelled in fine arts and is planning to major in fine arts in college. Application website: www.nrcs.net
January 31, 2014 - ACACIA LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP – open to incoming male freshmen at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who display excellence in academics, motivation for personal success, with an interest in developing and applying leadership skills. Application website: http://bit.ly/acacia_unl
January 31, 2014 - NORMA ROSS WALTER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM -open to first year college women students who have been or plan to graduate from Nebraska high schools and who plan to continue their educate as English majors in accredited colleges or universities. Application at www.willacather.org/education/scholarships
January 31, 2014 -ELKS NATIONAL FOUNDATION LEGACY AWARD – open to any child or grandchild (or step-child, step-grandchild, or legal ward) of a living Elk who joined the order on or before April 1, 2011, or a charter member of a Lodge that was instituted on or after April 1, 2011, is eligible to apply. The Elk must also be a paid-up member through March 31, 2014. Great-grandchildren are not eligible. Information and application website: www.elks.org/enf/scholars
January 31, 2014 -NMC STUDENT SPONSOR AND CATEPILLAR FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP - attend CCC-Hastings Campus major in diesel Information and application at: http://www.nmc-corp.com/Content.aspx?id=3332&terms=scholarship%20application
University of Nebraska Kearney
UNDERGRADUATE PERFORMING ARTS – MUSIC- THEATRE – DANCE-2014 SCHOLARSHIP AUDITIONS-/3 of January 17, February 7-8, February 21-22 Visit their website at: www.unk.edu/music
February 1, 2014 -UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT KEARNEY - general scholarship application http://www.unk.edu/freshmanscholarships/
February 1, 2014 - NORTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP - general scholarship application and is available to anybody that has applied to Northeast CC Application website: http://www.northeast.edu/Financial-Aid-and-Scholarships/Scholarships.aspx
February 1, 2014 - AXA ACHIEVEMENT COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP – seniors with ambition and drive, determination to set and reach goals, respect for self, family and community and ability to succeed in college. apply online at www.axa-achievement.com
February 1, 2014 - SUSAN BUFFET SCHOLARSHIP - open to Nebraska high school seniors application at http://www.buffettscholarships.org/application.asp
February 1, 2014 - UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT KEARNEY HONORS PROGRAM - high school seniors attending UNK . Student must have a minimum of 26 on your ACT and in the top 25% of your graduating class. Application website: www.unk.edu/honors/
February 1, 2014 - CUSTER COUNTY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS - if you live in Custer County attending one of the counties high schools or live in Custer County attending a school in a neighboring county, then you could be eligible for these scholarships. Go to www.ccfneb.org for instructions and applications.
February 1, 2014- CAREERS IN AGRICULTURE SCHOLARSHIP - Applicants must be high school seniors who plan to enroll in a two-year or four-year degree program related to agriculture in the fall following graduation. Dependents of employees of Winfield Solutions LLC or Land O’ Lakes Inc. are ineligible. Selection is based on academic achievement, proven leadership in agriculture and professional interest in the field of agriculture careerinagscholarship (1)
February 1, 2014 - NEBRASKA LUMBER DEALERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP - Scholarships of up to $250 available for Nebraska high school seniors pursuing a college program related to construction. Information and application website: http://www.nlassn.org/nebraska-scholarship-program.htm
February 1, 2014 - MCMEEN PT SCHOLARSHIP -must be a graduating senior from high school in the following counties: Blaine, Custer Dawson, Valley, Rock, Loup, Garfield or Greeley. May be a student currently enrolled in college and majoring in Physical Therapy. Must specify in Biographical Narrative why the student wants to become a Physical Therapist. Field of Study : Pre-Physical Therapy. GPA requirement: 3.5. For information and to download an application, please go to www.ccfneb.org and select Criteria from the Scholarships menu. This scholarship is listed under Scholarships for Custer County Students. Scholarship applications may be mailed to the Foundation, PO Box 304, Broken Bow, NE 68822
February 14, 2014 – TWELFTH ANNUAL NATIONAL COOP SCHOLARSHIP – must have a GPA of 3.5 or better. Must apply and be accepted for 2014-2015 academic year at one of these colleges:
WACE Partner Institution – Clarkson University – Drexel University – Johnson and Wales University
University of Massachusetts Lovell – Rochester Institute of Technology – University of Toledo – Wentworth Institute of Technology. For information and application the website is: www.waceinc.org
February 19, 2014 - GRAND ISLAND COMMUNITY FOUNDATION - see the list of scholarships and the application at www.gicf.org Only fill out one applicantion and that will be considered for all scholarships the student qualifies for. The scholarshipinformation and application can only be submitted online
February 21, 2014 – NEBRASKA PRESS ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP - open to Nebraska high school students enrolled in post-secondary educational programs in Nebraska-based colleges and universities leading to print journalism. Application website is www.nebpress.com
February 28, 2014 - BUICK ACHIEVERS SCHOLARSHIP -open to high school seniors and students in college. Engineering/Technology Majors: Automotive Technology * Chemical Engineering * Computer Engineering * Computer information systems * Computer Science * Electrical Engineering * Energy Engineering * Environmental Engineering * Industrial Engineering * Information Technology * Manufacturing Engineering * Machatronics * Plastic/Polymers Engineering * software Engineering DESIGN AND BUSINESS RELATED MAJORS:Automotive Design * Fine Arts Design – Sculpting * Graphic Design * Industrial Design * Product Design * Transportation Design * Accounting * Business Administration * Economics * Ergonomics * Finance * Human Resources * Industrial Hygiene * International Business * Management information Systems * Labor & Industrial Relations 8 Management Information Systems * Marketing * Mathematics * Occupational Health & Safety * Production Management * Statistics * Supply Chain /Logistics Information and application at https://buickachievers.scholarshipamerica.org/
March 1, 2014, - MID-PLAINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP – general scholarship application for McCook or North Platte Technical or academic campuses. MidPlains Scholarship
March 1, 2014 -UNL HONORS PROGRAM - Prospective freshmen students must apply to the University prior to accessing the Honors Program application. Application to the University is available at http://admissions.unl.edu/become/apply.aspx. The Honors Program application can be accessed at MyRED once the student has received the NU ID by e-mail from the Admissions Office (usually within one business day).
March 1, 2014 – AMERICAN LEGION EAGLE SCOUT OF THE YEAR SCHOLARSHIP – - 2014 ApplicationThe American Legion, Department of Nebraska Eagle Scout of the Year Scholarship is awarded to the Eagle Scout who best meets the qualifications outlined in the Nomination Application and will advance to national competition for the chance to receive a $10,000 scholarship. Three second-place scholarship awards will be given in the amount of $2,500 each. Scholarship recipients will be eligible to receive their scholarships immediately upon graduation from a state accredited high school (public, parochial, military, private, or home school) and must utilize the total award within four (4) years of their graduation date, excluding active military duty. The scholarship may be used to attend a school selected by the student providing it is state accredited, above the high school level, and within the continental limits of the United States, except in the case where the student may be from a possession of the United States, in which case he can select a school in that possession or in the continental United States. Disbursement from the scholarship fund will be made jointly to the student and the school at the beginning of each semester or quarter. However, only on request will be honored per semester or quarter.
March 1, 2014 – EDGAR J. BOSCHULT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - 2014 Application The Edgar J. Boschult Memorial Scholarship was established by the Nebraska American Legion with the University of Nebraska in 1947, as a living memorial to Nebraska’s honored dead of World Wars I and II. The scholarship was created in memory of Edgar J. Boschult, a World War I veteran and Past Commander of the Nebraska American Legion, and Lieutenant Colonel in the Armed Forces who was killed in action in Germany on November 8, 1944, while commanding the 76th Field Artillery Battalion of the First Army. The fund was established by contributions from American Legion Commanders, Posts, and individual members. The income from this fund has been used to provide annual scholarships to full-time students in the University of Nebraska system who are enrolled in the Army, Air Force and Naval Science courses at the University. ROTC recipients must show qualities of leadership and aptitude for military or naval science, have a satisfactory scholastic record and be deemed worthy of financial assistance. In 1972, provisions of the scholarship were amended to accept applications from honorably discharged veterans of the armed services. Veterans must be enrolled as full-time students in the University of Nebraska system and also have a satisfactory scholastic record and be deemed worthy of financial assistance. Re-application is allowed, including previous recipients and those enrolled in postgraduate study. Recipients of the scholarship are selected by the Executive Committee of the Nebraska American Legion.
March 1, 2014 – MAYNARD JENSEN AMERICAN LEGION MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - 2014 Application The American Legion, Department of Nebraska awards annual scholarships for students planning to enroll in a Nebraska educational facility of higher learning. Applicants must be a high school graduate or be earning sufficient credits to graduate from high school at the conclusion of the spring semester, or be enrolled full time in a post-secondary institution as of the application deadline date of March 1st. They must also be sons or daughters, grandchildren or great-grandchildren, adopted or stepchildren of members of The American Legion, Department of Nebraska, or POW, MIA, KIA, or any veteran that was a current American Legion member at the time of death. Applicants must be enrolled or in the process of being enrolled full time in an accredited Nebraska institution of higher education to include university, college or technical school, public or private. Selection of recipients will be made on the basis of academic achievement, extracurricular activities, financial need, and the completion of all information requested in the application. Scholarship stipends will be sent to the institution of the recipient’s attendance to be held for use in their name for tuition and fees, books, room
March 1, 2014 – CHETT LINDER SCHOLARSHIP -applicant must be a graduating Nebraska high school senior. The applicant can attend any college or university. It is recommended that the applicant intend to major in business or a business-related field such as but not limited to Accounting, Business, Economics, Sales and Marketing and Finance. Applications must be hand written.
March 1, 2014 - ELKS NEUMAN M. AND MILDRED E. HARRIS SCHOLARSHIP - open to all seniors
March 1, 2014 - MAGGIE THOMPSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - sponsored by Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska, applicants must have a disability and want to increase their independence through education or employment. The award can be used to pay for higher education costs such as books or tuition. The successful applicant can also use the award to pay for assistive devices or equipment. To apply: Submit a letter of request. In the letter, outline how you will use the award to increase your independence through education or employment. Be sure to state you disability. A phone number of email address where you can be reached during the day should be included as well. Send letter to:
Maggie Thompson Scholarship Committee
Attn: Jim Urban
P.O. Box 1863
Grand Island, NE 68802-1863
March 5,2014- Rolland & Irene Ramsthel -applicants must be a graduate of Burwell, Ord, Loup County or Wheeler Central High schools and plan to enroll in a Registered Nursing Program. An assurance must be made that the student is enrolled in a nursing program and applicant must be in the top 1/3 of their class. This can be a two or a four year nursing program.
March 5, 2014 - THE SALVATION ARMY D.J.’S HERO SCHOLARSHIP - nominate your hometown hero, must be a Nebraska high school senior that has faced challenges in their life.
March 10, 2014 – WAYNE STATE COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL SPECIAL ABILITIES ART SCHOLARSHIP – 10 pieces of art work sent in high resolution jpgs, letter expressing interest and two letters of recommendation. Scholarship information at www.wsc.edu/artd and application at www.wsc.edu/schools/ahu/artd/scholarships_finaid/
April 1, 2014 - DAVIS/CHAMBER SCHOLARSHIP – apply at any community college in Nebraska, have knowledge or ecperience living or working in a diverse community or organization, be academically-promising student, active in school or community. US citizen, Nebraska resident and graduated or will graduate from a Nebraska “high school or I have earned a GED Davis Chamber Scholarship
April 4, 2014 - JOHNNY BAXTER CARRIAGE HOUSE FOUNDATION - open to graduating high school seniors interested attending one of Nebraska’s Community Colleges to study in an automotive related field. To get more information and application click here Carriage House
April 7, 2014 – CENTRAL NEBRASKA COMMUNITY SERVICES MARY DUSEK HEAD START GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP -REGION VII HEAD START GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP -HELEN HOLLINGSHED TAYLOR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS -NEBRASKA HEAD START ASSOCIATION GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP These scholarships targets individuals who reflect the values of hard work, educational determination and leadership. The nominee must have attended Head Start for one or more years. The nominee must be scheduled to graduate from High School, be pursuing a post-secondary education, and submit name of institution of higher education that they are enrolled in or have the desire to attend. These funds my be applied to the documented cost of tuition and or books.Head Start Scholarship
April 11, 2014 -Custer County Auxiliary Scholarship - applicant must be a Senior girl graduating from a Custer County High School or be living in Custer County. Typewritten statements are preferred. Statements must be signed in all instances.
April 15, 2014 - KEVIN BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - open to all Loup County Seniors , planning to further his or her education Kevin Brown Scholarship 14
April 15, 2014 - 2014 “UNRECOGNIZED POTENTIAL” SCHOLARSHIP (ROTARY CLUB, BURWELL, NE) -scholarship will be awarded to high school senior(s) attending school within the counties of Garfield, Loup or Wheeler, Nebraska who best exemplifies the following: The principles of Rotary (www.Rotary.org); Some involvement and support of the local community or other types of service; A thoughtful plan for continuing their education that may include attending a traditional two or four-year college, trade school, or some type of internship or apprenticeship training program; Unique potential (hidden or previously untapped/unrecognized) for development beyond the normal scholarship considerations ( GPA, ACT scores and financial need information is not being requested)Rotary Scholarship
April 15, 2014 - JIM JOHNSON SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTED BY PLAINS CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY AND THE NATIONAL WEATHER ASSOCIATION - high school seniors who will be pursuing a career in one of the physical sciences (e.g. Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, Earth Science including geology, hydrology, meteorology, oceanography and soil science. The scholarship is also open to those going into the teaching profession in the physical sciences. Applicant will need to provide proof of acceptance to a college with a physical science major and write a one page essay stating what they plan to do in the physical sciences once they receive they degree and how it will contribute to the discipline.
April 18, 2014 - NEBRASKA COACHES ASSOCIATION/COUNTRY INN & SUITES SCHOLARSHIP -open to high school seniors in top 25% of class or a 3.75 gpa or better, participated in two sports and have an ACT of 24 or better Application and more information at: http://www.ncacoach.org/uploads/CISapp.pdf
May 30, 2014- DAVIS-CHAMBERS FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIP-open to students enrolled as a full-time student at Chadron State, Peru State or Wayne State College, have a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and provide financial need. This also includes students graduating from a community college that are going on to Chadron, Peru or Wayne. Application website: http://www.nscs.edu/scholarships.htm
June 15, 2014- JIM HURLBERT MEMORIAL BASEBALL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – 2014 Application The American Legion, Department of Nebraska will award up to four (4) scholarships not to exceed $500 each, as funds are available. At least one scholarship will be awarded from each of the four American Legion Department membership areas, as funds are available. Only one candidate will be allowed from each Senior American Legion Baseball team. Scholarships are awarded for one year only and are nonrenewable. Eligibility is open to Nebraska American Legion Baseball players in their last year of Legion Baseball eligibility and/or graduating senior. Selection of recipients will be based on complete applications, financial need, academic achievement and school and community involvement.
July 15, 2014 – American Legion Baseball Player of the Year Scholarship
2014 Application Annually, The American Legion awards $30,000 in scholarships to deserving players. Each Department (State) Baseball Committee may select a player from their Department to receive this scholarship. The American Legion will award a scholarship varying from *$600 to $750 depending on the number of qualified applicants. Scholarship recipients will be eligible to receive their scholarships immediately upon graduation from an accredited high school. Scholarship winners must utilize the total award within eight (8) years of their graduation date, excluding active military duty. The scholarship must be used to attend a school selected by the student providing it is state accredited and above the high school level. The National Treasurer of The American Legion will make disbursements from the scholarship fund jointly to the student and the school at the beginning of each semester.