Deadline: February 1
Available to: Females living on a farm and pursuing a degree in agricultural management or agricultural sales and marketing with at least a 3.0 GPA.
Details: Sponsored by the National FFA Organization. Earn a $1,000 scholarship if you’re selected.
Boren Awards for International Study
Deadline: February 9
Available to: Current undergraduates in the United States with an interest in studying less commonly taught languages in countries critical to U.S. national security.
Details: Earn up to $20,000 to study abroad. Preference is given to students who want to pursue a career in national security and can make a commitment to work for the federal government for at least a year after graduation.
Vegetarian Resource Group Scholarship
Deadline: February 20
Available to: High school seniors
Details: Earn a $10,000 scholarship for sharing your passion for vegetarianism with your school or community.
Associated Male Choruses of America
Deadline: March 1
Available to: Male members of the Associated Male Choruses of America who are pursuing vocal music studies. (Note you must have an endorsement from your local chapter before applying for this national award.)
Details: Men who love to sing, this one’s for you. Earn up to $1,200 for college.
Deadline: March 1
Available to: Incoming college freshmen who are tall. Men must be at least 6’ 2” and women must be at least 5’ 10”.
Details: If you’ve been given the gift of height, you could earn $1,000 for college!
Create a Greeting Card Scholarship
Deadline: March 2
Available to: Anyone 14 years or older! You must be pursuing a diploma or a degree.
Details: Have fun creating an original work of art for a greeting card. Upload your .jpg image and you could earn $10,000.
Deadline: March 11
Available to: Full-time undergraduate or graduate students with less than one year of professional photography experience.
Details: Attention photographers! Earn $1,500 for college by submitting a body of work that tells a story of promoting world peace and cultural understanding. Does your work have potential to affect global change? Even better.
Drone Reviewed Quadcopter Scholarship
Deadline: March 15
Available to: Anyone.
Details: This one is a cash prize or a quadcopter, you choose! Earn $2,000 if your essay about quadcopters and the future of technology is chosen.
Deadline: March 25
Available to: High school and college students who bowl.
Details: If you are serious about bowling, there’s college money around for you! Here are 7 different bowling scholarships based on everything from grades and letters of recommendations to financial need. You can earn between $1,000 and $6,000.
American Association of Candy Technologists John Kitt Memorial Scholarship
Deadline: April 1
Available to: College sophomores, juniors, and seniors majoring in food, chemical, or biological science.
Details: Earn $5,000 for proving your interest in the field of confectionery technology. Must also have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Deadline: April 7
Available to: High school seniors intending to pursue a degree or trade school education.
Details: Fill out the form and potentially win $2,000. No essay required, but to enter to win, you’ll need to take a 5-minute tutorial on fire sprinklers.
Deadline: April 26
Available to: High school juniors and seniors.
Details: If you like Ayn Rand and know something about Objectivism, earn up to $10,000 for your winning essay on a topic about The Fountainhead.
Comedy Defensive Driving Scholarship
Deadline: April 30
Available to: Students planning to attend or currently attending an accredited college.
Details: Win $1,000 for creating an advertisement about distracted driving. Humor is welcome for this award!