There are 3 sources for scholarships: national groups, local groups, and universities themselves.
The link below contains a listing of scholarships available to Palatine High School. Here are some general guidelines about scholarships:
1. You should never pay for a scholarship application!
2. Fill out scholarship applications well in advance of the deadline. Some give priority to the order of receipt.
3. If the scholarship requires a transcript to be sent see the registrar at least 3 days prior to the due date.
4. Financial need is considered for many, but not all, scholarships.
5. Apply for several scholarships because there are no guarantees you will receive one particular scholarship.
6. This list does not include scholarships offered by colleges/universities. Contact each directly or refer to their website for additional scholarship information.
- Scholarships are listed in order of deadline date.
- Check back often as the list is updated frequently.
- Computer - download and you can type right into the application
- iPad - open document & open in notability to complete
- DUE DATE = Application submission deadline and/or postmark
Resources for Undocumented Students:
D211 Foundations Scholarships
Each District 211 school, and the District 211 Foundation have a variety of scholarships available for District 211 students. Click on the Palatine High School link below as well as checking out the Harper College Promise Scholarships for all the information.