Illinois College -> July
Admission

back

July

Outside Scholarship Deadlines in July 2016

Deadline:  7/1/2016.   Any full-time student that attends an accredited institute of higher education and has a GPA of a 3.2 or above is able to apply for this scholarship. To participate, the student must submit a 500-1000 word essay that answers the following question: "What excites you most about the future of solar?" To receive more information, please visit the scholarship's website. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/1/2016. Recipients of this scholarship must be accepted at an accredited U.S. law school, plan to attend in the fall of the year of application, and intend to pursue a legal career representing individuals with limited financial means. In order to participate, the student must complete a scholarship application as well as submit a personal essay. For more information please visit the scholarship's website. $5,000
 
Deadline: 7/1/2016. US citizens or permanent residents with a minimum GPA of 3.0 enrolled in or planning to enroll in an accredited college or university in 2016 are able to apply for this scholarship. In order to participate, the student must write a 300 to 500 word piece that expresses their opinion of the societal impact of business philanthropy. For more information, please access the link provided. $2,500
 
Deadline: 7/1/2016. College and graduate students of all majors at accredited institutions are invited to apply for this annually-offered scholarship. In order to participate, the student must complete a Legal Scholarship Application with a 700 word essay on your legal goals or inspiration for pursuing a legal career. For more information please visit the website provided. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/1/2016. Currently enrolled college students majoring in a health care or science field with a minimum 2.8 GPA are encouraged to apply for this scholarship. Students are asked to write an essay explaining why they took or are taking college courses related to the health care field. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/1/2016. A scholarship will be awarded to one undergraduate student who plans to attend law school in the future. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA and must be a current undergraduate student enrolled at an accredited college or university in the United States. For more information, please access the website provided. $1,000
 
Deadline:  7/7/2015.  Single Mothers studying for associate/bachelor's degree as sophomores who have financial need are eligible to apply. For further details visit the scholarship's website. $2,500
 
Deadline: 7/11/2016. In order to be eligible, the individual must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student who demonstrated a successful completion of the previous years class load. In order to participate, the student must complete an application with a short essay (no less than 400 words and no more than 500). To receive more information, please visit the scholarship's website. $500
 
Deadline: 7/15/2016. Each and every student of any course of study at a college of their choice is encouraged to apply. In order to apply, applicants must submit a 500+ word essay on the following topic: “Why is it important to society that males and females be given equal opportunity to participate in youth and college sports?” For more information, please visit the scholarship website. $1,000
 
Deadline:  7/15/2016. All students who have worked as a volunteer for a senior-related charity are eligible. For more information, the applicant must visit the scholarship's website. $1,000
 
Deadline:  7/15/2016. The LendingTree Scholarship is available to all high school seniors that will be starting college in 2016. Applicants must be US citizens and have a minimum 3.5 GPA. To apply, the student must fill out the online scholarship application and then submit a video no longer than 30 seconds that respond to the question - What is your plan for paying for college? For more information please visit the scholarship's website.   $2,500
 
Deadline:  7/15/206: College students interested in law are encouraged to apply for this scholarship. In order to apply, applicants must submit a 500+ word essay on the following topic: "What sort of moving violations should keep a truck driver off the road permanently after only one violation?" For more information please access the scholarship's website.   $100
 
Deadline: 7/17/2016. High school seniors and currently enrolled college students are encouraged to apply for this scholarship. Students must write a 500 – 1000 word essay discussing the Uniform Code of Military Justice. $1,200
 
Deadline:  7/21/2016.  Any student above the age of 18 and is enrolled in an accredited college or university is eligible to apply for this scholarship. In order to participate, the student must submit a 750-1500- word essay over a topic that involves smoking or health-related problems due to smoking. Form more information, please visit the scholarship's website. up to $3,000
 
Deadline:  7/29/2016. LeafFilter is offering a scholarship to a student who is enrolled in an undergraduate degree program in the fall of 2016. Students are encouraged to apply by writing an original essay. The LeafFilter gutter guard scholarship recipient will be awarded $500 to use towards tuition or books. $500
 
Deadline:  7/31/2016. This opportunity is for any freshmen, sophomore or junior that lives in Illinois. This award will go to a student connected to the military who can describe, with an image and 200 words, what being a veteran means to them. For more information, please visit the scholarship's website.  $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/31/2016. Students who have completed at least 15 hours of undergraduate course work towards their degree are encouraged to submit an essay explaining why you wish to pursue a career in biology, medicine, biomedical engineering, or drug research. For non-medical related degrees who still wish to apply, explain how the injury of a family member from a drug side effect has affected your educational goals. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/31/016. Hawkins Spizman Kilgo, LLC is pleased to announce our Childhood Cancer Awareness Scholarship, in support of those who have survived or been directly affected by childhood cancer. This $1,000 scholarship will support one hard-working student who has had firsthand experience with this devastating disease. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/31/2016. As passionate advocates for injury victims, we at the Ernst Law Group want to recognize the efforts of caregivers and help them achieve their goals in life. Being a student is never easy, and often involves working a job as well as putting in long hours of study. This is particularly challenging for those who also care for a loved one with a brain injury. We hope that this scholarship will help make the road to education easier and allow caregivers to pursue the career they dream of. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/31/2015. The attorneys at Hasbrook & Hasbrook are pleased to present a $1,000 scholarship award to one student each year. Applying is easy, just following the instructions below. The student who has been selected will be announced on August, 31, 2016. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/31/2016. This scholarship was established to provide financial support to a student whose life has been impacted by lymphoma or leukemia and is seeking to continue his or her education through law school. The scholarship will be awarded to an applicant who submits the required application and essay. In order to receive information, the student must access the link provided. $1,000
 
Deadline:  7/31/2016. This scholarship encourages incoming and current college students with diagnosed autism to apply. To participate, the student should write a 500+ sharing their story, including their future aspirations (college, career, etc.) and how this scholarship will help them achieve their goals. For additional information about the submission process, please visit the scholarship's website. $1,000
 
Deadline:  7/31/2016.  In order to apply for this scholarship, a college student must able to prove that they have a GPA of at least a 3.0 at an accredited college.  In order to participate, the student must submit and essay with at least 300 words. The essay should include a few sentences about the student with a recent photo. For more information, please access the scholarship's website. $500
 
Deadline: 7/31/2016. The scholarship is available to any student enrolled in an accredited school of optometry, pre-optometry or other eye care field of study for the fall 2016 intake. Students majoring in biology and pre-med who plan on continuing in an eye care field are also eligible to apply, but preference will be given to students pursuing studies in the optical field. This includes current and recently graduated high school students accepted into these programs for fall 2016. $5000
 
Deadline: 7/31/2016. This scholarship is available to all undergraduate students with an interest in law and human rights. In order to participate, the student must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and submit a 300-500 word essay over a topic that is specified on the website. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/31/2016. When a young person has no home, or worries about where they will sleep that night, education often becomes an afterthought. That’s why we have created the Carr & Weatherby Scholarship for At-Risk Youth. We want to give back to the community by offering help to students who are homeless or who have experienced homelessness, including at-risk, foster care and/or youth with critical financial needs. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/31/2016. Applicants must be currently attending an accredited university, or entering college in the fall of 2016, must be a U.S. citizen, and must have had a minimum 3.0 GPA in either high school or undergraduate transcripts. In order to participate the student must submit a one-page typed essay on how domestic violence affected them. For more information, please access the scholarship's website. $1,000
 
Deadline: 7/31/2016. This opportunity is open to all students and asks students to submit a 500-800 word blog post answering the following question: 'What's an exciting technological advancement or development that you have heard about in recent news? Why does it interest you and how do you think it will eventually impact the world?' More information is available on the website. $1,000
 
Deadline:  7/31/2016.  An undergraduate or graduate student seeking a degree in a health-related field, including medicine, public health, or nursing who has a commitment to addiction recovery is illegible to participate in this scholarship opportunity. For more information, please visit the scholarship's website.

back

  • Apply Now
  • Visit Campus
  • Deposit Now
search login