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Outside Scholarship Opportunities

Rose‑Hulman students always fare very well in competing for scholarships from foundations, professional organizations and other scholarship-granting bodies.

Other Scholarships

Does your hometown have a community foundation? Is there a local Veterans of Foreign War post? Do your parents belong to organizations that grant scholarships? Or does their workplace have a foundation? Of course, high school guidance counselors should also have a list of scholarships you could apply for. You should check all these avenues early in your senior year so you don't miss out on any opportunities!

Another helpful hint: Many scholarships require letters of reference from teachers, counselors, work supervisors or community professionals. Don't wait until the last minute to ask for those! You'll want to give your references ample time to craft a carefully written letter commending your good points.

Incoming freshmen, current undergraduate and graduate students can view scholarship opportunities by logging into Banner Web and going to the “Student” tab. Under this tab, you will see an option to access “Outside Scholarships." The database will allow you to input general information about yourself and see a list of outside scholarships for which you are qualified to apply. You may also want to search the internet for other scholarship opportunities

CAUTION: There are companies that promise to help you find money for college. Do not engage any search service that charges a fee, whether it's a percentage of the scholarship awarded or a flat fee. It should never cost you money to find scholarships.

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