Scholarship Opportunities

*Juniors can now have one college visit the second semester without it going against their attendance.  All college visits must be approved in advance by the school counselor.


The Ivy Monk scholarship is available at this time through UMB. The criteria is open to anyone with a 2.5GPA that will be enrolling in a two-year or four year college or vocational-technical school for the upcoming academic year. This award ranges from $2,000 to $4,000 and is not renewable. To apply go on-line to https://www.scholarsapply.org/monk/index.php and the contact person is Misty Conroy # 507-931-0648 or mconroy@scholarshipamerica.org If you have question contact Neal Zouzas.

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As a reminder, all students must apply for the available scholarships online between November 1st and March 1st. 

2018-2019 Scholarship Timeline:

  • November 1 to March 1 - Scholarship Applications are available online
  • March 1 – All scholarship applications are due
  • March 1- 15 – Community Foundation staff review applications
  • March 15 to April 15 – Selection committees review applications online and meet to determine recipients (this allows more time for the review process)
  • April 15 to May 15 – Notifications and paperwork are sent to all applicants
  • July 15 to August 15 – Scholarship checks are issued

If you would like to apply for any of the scholarships, you must submit their application online by March 1.  All applications can be accessed at www.gscf.org as of November 1.

Grant and Scholarship Coordinator

Greater Salina Community Foundation                              119 W. Iron Ave., 8th Floor

P.O. Box 2876  Salina, KS 67402-2876

(785) 823-1800 www.gscf.org

The scholarships for the Greater Salina Community Foundation will be available November 1st on-line at scholarships@gscf.org or you can call Jessica Fuller at 823-1800. There is a scholarship application and eligibility quiz available to help determine which scholarships a student qualifies for. The deadline for the applications is Feb. 15, 2019. If you have questions contact the school counselor.

The Earl Bane Foundation has announced the dates for their scholarship. Ten $2,500 scholarships will awarded to seniors graduating from highs schools in Saline County. The scholarships are renewable for 7 semesters in all criteria are met. The total value of the scholarship could be $20,000. Applications need to be postmark on February 25th and mailed to Earl Bane Foundation, PO Box 201, Salina, Ks 67402-0201. Applications are available in the counseling office. If you have questions you can contact the counselor of Mindy Tillberg at mindy@earlbane.org.


Salina Noon Rotary Club has allocated $7000 to award scholarships to graduating seniors in 2019. Criteria includes a 3.0 GPA, financial need,and someone who demonstrates leadership. The scholarship may be renewed on a year to year basis for total of 4 years at the discretion of the Salina Rotary Club. The application is available in the counseling office with a deadline of March 1, 2019. The application when completed is to be mailed to Salina Rotary Club, P.O. Box 3392, Salina, Ks. 67402-3392.


The Friends of the Library scholarships are available for anyone who volunteered for 30 hours during their high school years and helped with at least one Friends book sale can apply.  Applications are available in the counseling office and the deadline is March 11, 2019.

 The Wendy's Heisman Scholarship is available for any senior who is involved in school sports programs. Apply at Wendysheisman.com.  Any questions contact the counseling office.

 We invite you to use, and we hope you will link to http://www.college-scholarships.com/schools/kansas/, which lists and offers contact information for virtually all post-secondary schools, colleges, and universities in your state.

Elsewhere on http://www.college-scholarships.com are links to 70 scholarship search data bases, GPA and student loan calculators, a guide to the FAFSA, information on online degree programs for adults, and dozens of helpful articles for college students of all ages.

“Need a Lift?” is a publication of the American Legion.  It publishes educational opportunities, careers, loans, and scholarships for students.  While the focus of this book is to help children of deceased and disabled veterans in their pursuit of higher education, all student may benefit from the information in this publication.  “Need a Lift?” is now on-line at www.legion.org/needalift.