Searching & applying for scholarships takes some time but can return much needed cash for school. Here are a few tools to get you started!
2018-2019 Feather River College Scholarship Application (Closed May 31, 2018)
- Additional Scholarship Resources
- Avoiding Financial Aid Fraud Fact Sheet
- External Scholarship Opportunities
2017-2018 Academic Year Scholarship Recipients
*The 2017-18 scholarship application closed May 31, 2017.
|Scholarship Name||Scholarship Recipient|
|Academic Senate||Veronica Ruvalcaba|
|Agriculture/Equine Scholarship||Shannon Weller|
|Bernard Osher||Lewis Davalos|
|Bill Peters Legacy||Rachel Frantz|
|Bob Schoensee Leadership||Haley Housel|
|FRC Foundation Student Scholarship||Emily Battelle|
|George T. McNulty Legacy||Dustin Silkwood|
|Larry Gonsalves Memorial||Veronica Ruvalcaba|
|Pat Buckner Legacy||Chelsea Weekley|
(in memory of Paul Francis Schramel)
Will I Get One?
Some think that because scholarships are competitive that they are impossible to get, however some have requirements that are easy to meet and possibly not even based on academics. Although some may have easy requirements, following their directions precisely is vital to your application. Also, stay within the application time frame; the earlier you submit, the better.
Real Or Scam?
Received an e-mail from someone who will guarantee you a scholarship, but charge you $50? Scholarships will always be free, you should never have to pay. You should never give any personal information unless you are 100% sure you know who you are dealing with. Scholarships are also never 'guaranteed' so stay away from scholarship scams. For more information go to www.FTC.gov/scholarshipscams
The Financial Aid Office maintains additional information on other scholarships available to FRC students. You can review the additional resources listed at the bottom of this page, or come into the office to check out our book of scholarships. Feather River College and the College's Foundation also offers scholarship opportunities to students. You can review available college and foundation scholarships and obtain the application here.
The Plumas County Employee Association is pleased to offer the opportunity to apply for a scholarship to all High School students graduating in 2018. This application is also open to College Students that will be continuing their education in the fall of 2018. Scholarships will be awarded for: Continuing their education at a 2 or 4 year accredited college; Vocational or technical school; or other accredited post-secondary program.
Submit by May 15, 2018: Application Form, Activities Form, and Reference Form. Optional Forms: Employment Reference Form. Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted. NO Exceptions. Submit form to:
PCEA Scholarship Application
c/o Marcy DeMartile
520 Main Street, Room 102
Quincy, CA 95971
Application Deadline Date: May 15, 2018
To qualify, the applicant must have completed a minimum of one year of academic studies in a health-related curriculum or one year of employment in a health-related program, and be a resident or graduate of a high school within the Plumas or Indian Valley Hospital districts.
Scholarship applications for the 2018-2019 school year are now being accepted. This year's award will be $2500. Applications are also available at Plumas District Hospital, and at the Bargain Boutique on Main Street in Quincy.
Completed applications must be signed, dated, and mailed to the following address by April 20, 2018.
Plumas District Hospital Volunteers
Attn: Gloria Boland, Scholarship Chairman
P.O. Box 3408
Quincy, CA 95971
Have Questions? Email Gloria at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Quincy Rotary Grant Scholarship Application is now available for students to complete. This is a scholarship in the amount of $3,500. Please carefully read the entire application and complete all necessary requirements. Students must send their completed application via email to Johnny Mansell (email@example.com). Have questions? Contact Johnny via email or by phone at (530) 283-3386.
Application Deadline: April 2, 2018
A significant resource of scholarship guides for undocumented students who are carving their own paths through higher education. Educators for Fair Consideration is empowering undocumented young people in their pursuit of college, career and citizenship. Check out all they have to offer on their webpage at http://e4fc.org/resources/scholarshiplists.html or click here to be redirected to their website. Click here to Sign Up for E4FC's email newsletter list.
FRC Rodeo Scholarship
Awarded to members of the Rodeo Team based on performance, academics and student need. For more information contact Riley York via email or by phone at (530) 283-0202 ext. 306
Generation Progress gives undocumented students access to scholarships with upcoming deadlines. These opportunities are open to undocumented students who should have the opportunity to compete for resources that would make their educational dreams a reality. Don't delay, APPLY TODAY! Deadline: Varies
There are a selection of scholarships and grants available to students, amounts from $500 up to $1,000 for an academic year may be awarded and may be renewed. Student must be Undergraduate or Graduate pursuing a major in Wildlife Biology/Wildlife Management, or a field that is closely related. Click here for application! Deadline: December 1 & June 1 of each year
The Pine Cone Foundation (PCF) is a 501(c)(3) that awards multi-year scholarships to financially-disadvantaged students with documented learning disabilities across the state of California who aspire to attend community college. Once awarded a PCF scholarship, it’s a year-round support program that can total up to $5,500 over a 3 year period. For more information about their scholarship program, please visit their website.
Up to 5 high school seniors will be selected in 2018 and receive assistance with books, eye exams, prescription glasses and with health service, student center, parking permit and UTP fees.
Students seeking associate, bachelor, technical and vocational degrees can apply if they meet these criteria:
- Have documented learning disabilities
- Are a graduating high school senior
- Plan to enroll at a CA community college
- Demonstrate financial need via BOGFW approval
- GPA of 2.5 or higher
- Be a U.S. citizen and CA resident
While every scholarship is special, there are some exceptional standouts from organizations generous enough to give millions (or even billions!) in scholarship money every year to college students. From awards that provide a full scholarship, or “free ride,” to others that more than cover the bulk of expensive degree program costs, the size and breadth of the 10 biggest scholarships for college students will take your breath away. Click here to read more about how to apply for and access these funds.
Many scholarship opportunities exist from several hundreds to several thousands. Don't be discouraged! You are encouraged to use the list of resources below to research and apply for the scholarship(s) that interest you. By using the internet you can also do a basic search for other scholarship opportunities but remember, DO NOT PAY to apply for a scholarship (this is usually a key indicator of a "scholarship scam").