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Outside Scholarship Deadlines in July 2017

Deadline: 7/1/2017. The scholarship is open to all incoming freshmen, as well as undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled in a college or university in the United States. GPA must be 3.5 or above. To apply, students must write an essay of no more than 1,500 words on this year's topic: "Why I refuse to take prescription stimulants in an academic setting." Submission email is scholarships [at] $2,500
Deadline: 7/1/2017. There is no specific major or GPA requirement for this scholarship. To apply, students must submit their essay to $1,500
Deadline: 7/1/2017. The Natural Academics Scholarship is open to all incoming freshmen, as well as undergraduate and graduate students. In order to apply, students must have a GPA of 3.5 of higher and be enrolled as a full-time college student no later than the Fall 2017 semester. To apply, students must submit a simple application as well as a short essay to To find out more, please visit $2,500
Deadline: 7/1/2017. This scholarship will be awarded to a student that write about a time in his or her life in which they have faced a physical or emotional setback, how they have recovered from it, and what that recovery has meant to them. In order to apply, the applicant must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and be in good academic standing. Full scholarship information can be found on the website. $500
Deadline: 7/15/2017. At Boxercraft, we have felt the effects of pancreatic cancer on a personal level. One of our employees recently received a diagnosis, and we want to support him, as well as other families across the country, that have been affected by pancreatic cancer. Our hope is that the Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer Scholarship will both raise awareness and attention to those fighting against the disease, as well as ease the financial burden of college for these families while they are going through this difficult time. $2,000
Deadline: 7/28/2017. Available for all college and high school students. To apply, students must write an essay about the important of charity and volunteerism. Up to three winners will be selected. First place will win $1000 and the second and third place winners will both receive $500.
Deadline: 7/30/2017. The scholarship is available to incoming and current students enrolling in an undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate college program. International students are welcome. Students must write three essays between 300 and 700 words. For more information, please visit the scholarship's website $1,000
Deadline: 7/31/2017. Applicant must be enrolled (or accepted to become enrolled) in a two- or four-year undergraduate degree program at an accredited U.S. college or university for the 2017 / 2018 academic year. Applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA during their college career (or during their high school career if they are applying for their first year of college). $1,000
Deadline: 7/31/2017. An applicant must be currently enrolled in colleges, universities or high schools. Students who are enrolling in colleges for the academic year are also eligible. To apply for the scholarship, the student will have to research and create a 500-1000 words article about any freshwater fish of your choice. For more information, please visit the scholarship's website. $500
Deadline: 7/31/2017. Eligible students include: High School Juniors and Seniors, and students enrolled in a 2-Year or 4-Year University/College. In order to apply, the student must submit a 500 word essay that answers questions such as: How has distracted driving caused by texting and using social media or mobile apps affected you personally? What actions can local, state, and federal leaders take to help minimize traffic accidents related to distracted driving without overly restricting personal freedoms? What can individuals do to hold themselves accountable to practicing safe driving habits? For more information, please visit the scholarship's website. up to $1,500
Deadline: 7/31/2017. Children who have lost a parent or had a parent seriously injured in an air medical or critical care ground transport accident are eligible for financial assistance through the MedEvac Foundation International’s Children’s Scholarship Fund. The Foundation will award two scholarships to a deserving student entering or enrolled in college, university or vocational-technical school. The student must be a legal U.S. resident. $5,000


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