educationFrom HBCU only scholarships to adults looking to continue their education to even information on grants, here is a comprehensive list of scholarship information.

HBCU Connect
www.hbcuconnect.comThurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund
www.thurgoodmarshallfund.orgTiger Woods Foundation

Financial Aid for Single Parents

City Year Program

Hispanic College Fund

Wal-Mart Foundation Scholarships

American Indian College Fund

Center for Adult Student Information & Support

Peace Corps Program

Cleveland Scholarship Programs, Inc.

I Know I Can

The Ohio Department of Education
Robert C. Byrd Scholarship

American Psychology Association
Directory for Selected Scholarships, Fellowships
Financial Opportunities for Women and Ethnic Minorities in Psychology and Related Fields

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

American Association of University Women
Grants & Fellowships for Women

American Council on Education
Information for Adults Studying for High School Diploma or Equivalent

Ohio’s On-Line Degree Information

Free Guide to U.S. Government Grants & Loans for Students

College Prowler Website
College Information for Students Written by Students

United Negro College Fund

Financial Aid for Single Parents

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Provides Scholarships

Wal-Mart Foundation Scholarships

State Farm Insurance (Hispanic)

State Farm Insurance Achievement Scholarships

The Coco-Cola Scholarship Fund

The Development Fund for Black Students In Science

American Institute of Certified Accountants (Accounting)

United Negro College Fund and Merck Science Scholarship

The Jackie Robinson Foundation

The H. Truman Scholarship Foundation

Scholarships On The Net (1,500)

The Ron Brown Scholarship Fund

The “Call Me Mister” Program
Do you know any Black Males (who are Seniors in high school) who want to go to college for FREE. The black colleges below are looking for future Black Male Teachers and will send them to Universities/Colleges FOUR (4) YEARS FREE; THIS IS FOR MALES ONLY.
Parents fill out this application

Benedict College

Claflin University

Morris College

South Carolina State University

Clemson University

College Access Information Hotline
The College Access Information Hotline provides postsecondary resources to residents of the State of Ohio. The Hotline aims to ease the access to postsecondary resources by offering assistance through direct contact with an Information Specialist.

The College Access Information Hotline encompasses all areas related to postsecondary options and is available at 1-877-I-ATTAIN (1-877-428-8246) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. , Monday through Friday. An Information Specialist is on hand to provide direction to individuals who call to learn about college preparation, financial aid, articulation and transfer and general information on colleges and universities throughout Ohio .

Helpful Information

ACT, Inc.: A Student Site for ACT Test Takers www.actstudent.orgIncludes information about registering for the ACT, test prep, financial need estimator, and tips on college and career planning. Center for Adult Student Information & Support

City Year Program

College Board
In addition to providing all the information you need about the PSAT and SAT, the College Board website has tools for planning for, finding, and applying to college. It offers an interactive tool called “My Organizer” that is well worth signing up for.

CSOCollege Center
A website targeted at first-generation, low income, and minority students. Includes an “ask the experts” section where you can send in questions online.

FAFSA Website

First In The Family (To go to college)
This website is targeted to students who are the first in their family to try for college.
The website includes hard facts about college access, motivational quotes and books, extensive tips from the first-generation college students.The site also features three short videos.

A new website by the National Ad Council and the American Council on Education with practical tips for making our way to college.

Kaplan Test Preparation and Test Sign Up

Prep for College Calendar
The National Association for College Admission Counseling explains what you can do in your high school freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years to prepare for college.

Choosing the Right College
A list of recommended websites, books and brochures from College Is Possible.

Black Excel
Especially dedicated to African-American families, the website includes information about preparing for college, scholarships, historically black colleges (including virtual tours), and summer enrichment programs. There’s also a free newsletter

The Student Guide
Available in English and Spanish, the Student Guide is a comprehensive resource on student financial aid from
the U.S. Department of Education.

Financial Aid Resources
The National Association for College Admission Counseling provides this list of links to scholarships, lenders and other resources. Go to their “Online Resources” and then click on “financial aid.”

A Brief Look at Student Financial Aid Programs
The College Is Possible website offers “Paying for College,” an overview of federal grants and loans; tax benefits for college students; and other federal, state, and institutional programs.

Multicultural Resources
A list of counseling and financial aid sources to assist students from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds, from the National Association for College Admission Counseling.

This free service from allows users to search over 1.3 million scholarships worth more than $3 billion.

Scholarship Experts employs a professional staff of data researchers to maintain an up-to-date database of over 2.4 million scholarships worth more than $14.7 billion.

The Ohio Department of Education
Practice Test Materials for the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT)
Information for Robert C. Byrd Scholarship

Peace Corps Program