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SCHOLARSHIPS, GRANTS and LOANS

FEDERAL AID:
Americorps: Service in Americorps can result in additional Federal aid for education. and loan forgiveness.
    Corporation for National and Community Service Oregon Office: 503-821-2163

Pell Grants  Need-based grants up to $6,095. Funds may be used for tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation.

TEACH Grants Up to $4,000 a year for those going into certain teaching careers

     Stafford Unsubsidized: Available to all students regardless of financial need. Interest payments must be made from the time the loan is made.
    Stafford Subsidized: Available only to students who qualify based on need; the government pays the interest until you complete your education.
    Perkins: Available only to students with extreme need. Similar to Stafford Subsidized loans, but the interest rate is lower. 


STATE AID:
Chafee Education and Training Grant up to $5,000 for current and former foster children

Oregon Barber and Hairdresser Grant Program for students studying barbering, hair design, cosmetology, and manicure

Oregon Department of Human Services grant for foster children. Free tuition at Oregon public universities and community colleges for children who were in foster care or tribal custody at age 16 or older, or who were in DHS/Tribal custody for at least 6 months after age 14. Apply through OSAC.

OOG: Oregon Opportunity Grant  Need-based grants for Oregon residents attending Oregon colleges. Up to $2,250 per year. Maximum EFC $3,500. May be used for tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation.

Oregon Promise  May be used for tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation. Here's how it works (taken from the Mt. Hood CC website): If you are eligible for full Pell and Oregon Opportunity Grants (OOG) then you will receive $1,000 from Oregon Promise. If you are eligible for partial Pell/OOG then Oregon Promise will pay the difference. The maximum about you can receive from Oregon Promise is $3,637. If you are not eligible for Pell/OOG then Oregon Promise will pay all or most of your tuition. To qualify you must have a high school GPA of at least 2.5, go to college within 6 months of high school graduation, and be a resident of Oregon for at least the past year. 

Oregon Student Child Care Grant: Helps students who have children to pay for child care so they may pursue higher education.

Worksource Oregon/Lane County: Grants of up to $4,500 available to students (age 18+) who are working in a job-training program (at community college, trade school, etc.) Generally for students who have a 1-year or less program or are in the last year of their program. First step: go to WorkSource Lane in Florence or Eugene to get registered. Best chance for funding is after summer (after June 30) and Fall. See link at bottom of page for more information.


COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS



OSU Scholar Dollars: A portal at OSU for multiple scholarships SHS and MHS

Pathway Oregon: A University of Oregon program for students who are Pell Grant recipients and who have at least a 3.4 GPA.SHS and MHS


Portland State University 4 years free: Students with a GPA of at least 3.4 who are eligible for a Pell Grant (through FAFSA) will be able to attend PSU for 4 years at no cost for tuition and fees. Room and board and other expenses not covered. SHS and MHS



Western Oregon University ASPIRE Scholarship: For students who have committed to WOU and who have participated in the ASPIRE program.


LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS:
Ada Grange #570 Harley Huff Sr. $500 scholarship to a local high school student with financial need and a record of community service. Call 541-997-4254 for more information. See also SHS Student Services PageSHS and MHS

Amy Nicole Memorial Scholarships: 2 awards of.$500 each for students in medicine, law enforcement, or fire and rescueUSE SHS APPLICATION FORM  SHS only

Lorraine Arnn Memorial: Awards are particularly for students who have had many volunteer experiences in high school. For arts, cosmetology, veterinary medicine. 

Backstreet Gallery: $500 for a student interested in art (painting, drawing, sculpture, pottery, photography, etc.) SHS only

Boys and Girls Club of Western Lane County Scholarship
    1 award of $1,000 to an SHS student. Based on leadership at the B&G club or extracurricular activities. Preference for vocational careers. SHS and MHS

Ronnie Catalfamo: $500 for a student pursuing automotive technology; requires a 500 word essay. (Ronnie Catalfamo was a graduate of SHS who died in a traffic accident at age 23). SHS only USE SHS APPLICATION FORM

    3 awards of $1,000 each to students who have financial need. One of the scholarships is particularly for students planning to attend Lane Community College.

Coastal Celtic Society: up to $500 for a student pursuing Celtic arts, history, and culture. SHS and MHS

Community Chorus of Florence Oregon Vocal Music Scholarship  See SHS Student Services Page.
    A scholarship for a student interested pursuing the study of vocal music. 

C.R.O.W. Scholarships: $250 awards to students who have been involved in C.R.O.W. activities. 3.0 GPA and essay required. See SHS Student Services PageSHS and MHS

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Scholarships: See SHS Student Services Page.
    A $500 scholarship based on students who have overcome adversity, improved significantly, have community service experience, and demonstrate clear goals. SHS Only

Delta Gamma Andrea Wright Scholarship  See SHS Student Services Page. SHS and MHS
    $1,000 to a student planning to study music. Preference given to students who have excelled in the Siuslaw music/band programs, and who are entering a teacher education program. Not based on financial need. USE SHS APPLICATION FORM

Delta Gamma Tami Nivens Scholarship  See SHS Student Services Page. SHS
    $1,000 to a student who has experienced difficult circumstances and maintained a high level of scholarship in high school. Not based on financial need.USE SHS APPLICATION FORM

Donaghey Visual/Performing Arts Scholarship: for students planning to major in the visual or performing arts including art education, art history, ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, digital art, music, and dance. Based on merit, need, and strength of application. 

Don-Lee Davidson Scholarship: Two scholarships of $2,000 each to students who will be attending trade school or a vocational program after high school. SHS and MHS

    500 4-year scholarships ranging from $4,000 to $50,000. Based on scholarship. leadership, and financial need

    300 awards nationwide of $4,000 each to children and grandchildren of Elks members. SHS and MHS

Elks Vocational Grants: Renewable $500 awards for students pursuing vocational/technical programs after high school.

Florence Area Community Coalition  See SHS Student Services Page.
    A $500 scholarship based on community service, extracurricular activities, and a GPA of at least 2.0. SHS and MHS

Florence Community PTA Scholarships:  Awards ranging from $500 to $2,000 each to students who demonstrate academic achievement or potential, leadership, and good character. See SHS Student Services Page.  SHS only
    
    $1,000 to a student planning a career in horticulture, forestry, or environmental studies. Call Carol Jolley at 541-902-9343. 
USE SHS APPLICATION FORM

Florence Police Department:  New scholarship in 2018-19. Details to follow.

Florence-Siuslaw Lions Club Scholarship: Two scholarships of $500 each based on academic achievement, extra-curricular participation, character, leadership, and financial need. SHS only

Florence Masonic Lodge Scholarships: A $1,000 and a $500 scholarship based for students who have a good GPA and a financial need. SHS and MHS

Florence Police Union

Florence Regional Arts Alliance (FRAA) Visual Arts Scholarship: For students with an art backgrounds and those who are pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, arts or mathematics. 

    Scholarships of $1,000 to $10,000 based on various factors including academic excellence, community service, improvement, and financial need. Includes scholarships for vocational/technical training and college programs in the arts (including culinary).

Florence Salmon and Trout Enhancement Program (STEP) Natural Resources Scholarship  See SHS Student Services Page. SHS and MHS
    $500 to a student interested in pursuing the study of natural resourcesUSE SHS APPLICATION FORM

Genevieve Bailey Memorial Scholarship: Named for a long-time science teacher at SHS. $500 to a female student with academic ability and/or potential for leadership, academic promise, and dedication. Should be pursuing a career in the sciences,or the medical field, or planning to teach science at the secondary level. USE SHS APPLICATION FORM  SHS and MHS

Geraldine Bagley Foundation Scholarship  See also SHS Student Services Page.  $5000 per year for 4 years based on need, scholarship, community service and extracurricular activities. Requires a minimum 3.0 GPA. SHS and MHS

Glen C. Butler Scholarship A $1,000 award to a student who demonstrates ability and/or potential for leadership, character and need. Requires a 250-word essay on 'paying it forward.' USE SHS APPLICATION FORM SHS Only

Haley Memorial Scholarship: $500 for a student who will attend community college, vocational school, or a 4-year college/university. Financial need is not a consideration. Applicants should have persevered through difficult circumstances with dignity. Short essay required. USE SHS APPLICATION FORM SHS only

Independent Order of Odd Fellows Scholarship Heceta Lodge #111: An award of $500 to a student with a GPA of at least 2.5 with community service involvement and financial need.

It's About Heart: one or more scholarships of $250 or more, for students in need. Especially for students entering the medical professionSHS only USE SHS APPLICATION FORM

Jose Dela Mora Memorial Scholarship: Two $500 awards to students with academic ability/potential, qualities of leadership, kindness to others and a passion for wrestling or art. (Dela Mora was a junior at SHS in 2015 when he drowned in Woahink Lake). SHS only USE SHS APPLICATION FORM

Kiwanis Club Scholarships  See SHS Student Services Page. SHS and MHS
    Five scholarships of at least $1,000 each based on grades, SAT/ACT scores, honors and awards, community service, work experience, and financial need. Preference is given to students who have been active in the school Key Club. USE WLCF APPLICATION FORM

Pat Knipe Scholarship 

Ladies of Elks Scholarships  See SHS Student Services Page.
    1 award of $4,000 and 3 awards of $2,000 each. Emphasis is on leadership, scholastic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities, and community involvement.  

Ladies of the Elks Vocational Scholarships: $1,000 to a student who plans to pursue vocational education (not a 4-year college degree). Awards are based on motivation, responsibility, need, skills/abilities, grades, extra-curricular activities, and community involvement. 

Mapleton Education Foundation: $1,000 to $4,000 for Mapleton High School Students MHS Only

Oregon Coast Anglers There is no application process; awards are decided by the organization. $500 award to a student studying natural sciences.

    1 award of $1,000 to a student at SHS who has been a leader in community service or extra curricular activities, maintained good grades, and has financial need.

Pacific Coast Wind Ensemble Scholarship: Awards of up to $200 for students who have demonstrated outstanding musical talent and who will continue to study music and perform.

    Awards of $500 and $1,000 each given to students who have demonstrated a commitment to peace and social justice.  

Rhododendron Festival Court: The king and queen receive scholarships of $1,000 each and the other members of the court receive $500 each. SHS and MHS

Siuslaw High School: Use this application for these 11 scholarships: Amy Nicole, Florence Garden Club, Ronnie Catalfamo, Jose Dela Mora, It's About Heart, Glen C. Butler, Genevieve Bailey, Delta Gamma (Tami Nivens and Andrea Wright), Salmon and Trout Enhancement, and Tony's Garage. 

Siuslaw High School Alumni Association:  See SHS Student Services Page. SHS Only
    Awards of $1,500 to $3,000 to students with financial need. 

Siuslaw High School Athletic Booster Club Scholarships  See SHS Student Services Page. SHS Only
    2 awards of $1,000 each to students who have participated in high school athletics, demonstrated good sportsmanship, and maintained a GPA of at least 3.0. Also available to band and choir members. Requires membership in the Booster Club by parent or student (can be joined at time of application for scholarship).

Siuslaw High School Class of 2016-17 scholarship: Focuses on a student's entire experience as a senior at SHS. SHS Only

Siuslaw Valley Fire and Rescue (SVFR) Scholarship  See SHS Student Services Page.
    A $1,000 award for a student entering the field of fire service, EMT/Paramedic, medicine, or education/public service. Based on grades, SAT/ACT scores, community service and financial need. SHS and MHS

Siuslaw Valley Fire and Rescue (SVFR) Spoomer Memorial Scholarship  See SHS Student Services Page.
    1 award of $500 for a student who will be entering the fire service or becoming an  EMT or paramedic. Based on grades, SAT/ACT scores, community service and financial need. SHS and MHS

Siuslaw Valley Fire and Rescue (SVFR) Verne Passenger Scholarship  See SHS Student Services Page.
    A $1,000 award for a student entering the field of fire service, EMT/Paramedic, medicine, or education/public service. Based on grades, SAT/ACT scores, community service and financial need. SHS and MHS

Soroptimists Scholarships  See SHS Student Services Page. SHS and MHS
    $3,000 to a student in Western Lane or Douglas County; $1,000 to a woman planning to obtain a degree or certificate in a medically related field; and $1,000 to a student enrolled in a professional or technical certificate program. This organization is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls.

Students for a Better World: $500 scholarships to students who have financial need, have experienced particularly difficult circumstances, and demonstrate determination to continue their education after high school. GPA and volunteer activities are not of primary importance. Renewable for up to 4 years. Contact Robert Orr at the ASPIRE office or at 541-999-6181. SHS and MHS

Tony's Garage Scholarship: For students planning to study auto tech. SHS only USE SHS APPLICATION FORM

VFW Merritt Mosby Memorial Scholarship: 

Voice of Democracy: Veterans of Foreign Wars offers a $30,000 scholarship as well as smaller awards. Speech contest (recorded). 2018-19 theme: "Why My Vote Matters". Contact Ken Smith, Commander of VFW Post 3232 at 541-997-8231 or 626-945-4044 or Jerry Hernandez, Senior Vice, at 541-305-6078 or 559-392-4652. SHS and MHS

    25 scholarships administered by WLCF based on grades, recommendations, SAT/ACT scores, honors and awards, and community service. 


REGIONAL AND STATE PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS
Al Forthan Memorial Scholarship: ALCOHOL/DRUG ABUSE IN FAMILY Sponsored by Volunteers of America, Oregon chapter. Awards go to Oregon high school seniors from families affected by alcohol or drug addiction. Requires 5 essays of about one page each. 

Asian American Foundation ASIAN AMERICAN $1,000 scholarships to students who have demonstrated interest in Asian American cultural activities. Asian descent not required. 

Associated Oregon Loggers FOREST WORK A $6,000 scholarship for a student pursuing forest management, forest engineering, or forest products. An essay is required. 

Beat the Odds: DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES $2,500 renewable for 4 years. Requires high GPA, financial need, and challenges like poverty or homelessness. 

Careers That Work! Scholarships TRADES $1,000 scholarships to students who attend one of the 34 participating career colleges in Oregon, Idaho, or Washington 

Clear Alliance: LIFESTYLE Scholarships for Oregon students who have been drug, tobacco, and alcohol free. 

Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw: NATIVE AMERICANS Financial assistance with college expenses may be available to members of the Confederation.

Confederation of Oregon School Administrators (COSA) MEMBERSHIP Ten scholarships of $1,000 each. Requires a GPA of at least 3.5 and the endorsement of a COSA member.

Davis-Putter Scholarships SOCIAL/ECONOMIC JUSTICE for students who are actively involved in social and economic justice issues. 

Douglas Timber Operators Scholarships NATURAL RESOURCES for students entering the field of natural resources. For students of Umpqua Community College. 

Educational Theatre Association Scholarships  PERFORMING ARTS for students involved in theater and the performing arts. Deadline April 1. Amounts range from $1,000 to $4,000. 

EF Educational Tours Global Citizen ScholarshipVIDEO Create a 2-3 minute video project that highlights one way that technology can improve the lives of others. You might win a trip to Europe. Deadline November 1. 

Evergreen Museum Scholarships  PILOTS/AIRCRAFT Awards of $2,500 for juniors and seniors who would like to earn a pilot's license or who are studying to become pilots or aircraft maintenance personnel 

First Community Founders Scholarship MEMBERSHIP Open to members of First Community Credit Union (easy to join). GPA 3.5 or higher. Awards are $1,500 each. 

FFA Scholarships AGRICULTURE Many scholarships available, some require membership in FFA and some are specific to students studying agriculture. 

Ford Family Foundation scholarships: Covers 90% of the cost of attending a 4-year college or university for all 4 years. Based on need, work ethic, community service, leadership and academic potential, character, and a solid plan. Chances are greatest with GPA 3.0 and higher. Also available to transfer students after 2 years at a community college. 120 awards are made each year. See FFF video (23:32 minutes). USE OSAC APPLICATION FORM ONLINE

Gates Millennial Scholars Program MINORITY Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, these awards are for students in certain minority groups who have high grades, strong leadership potential, and financial need. 

Girl Scout Scholarships GIRL SCOUTS Gold Award winners are eligible. 

    Awards of $250 to $1,500 to study cosmetology.

Greenfield Peace Writing Scholarship: open to juniors and seniors; sponsored by Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility. Requires essay or poem: "How can you work against systematic racism to help make our world more healthy and peaceful?" Awards of $1,000, $750, and $500 

Harrington Family Foundation: For emerging leaders; need based. Focus is community service. Watch the video 

Hispanic Scholarship Fund: HISPANIC Based on financial need and grades (3.0 for high school seniors).

Horatio Alger National Career and Technical Scholarship Program NEED/ADVERSITY offers over 1,000 awards of up to $2,500 each to students with extreme need who have overcome adversity. 

Horatio Alger Oregon State ScholarshipsNEED/ADVERSITY GPA 2.0, strong commitment to obtaining a bachelor's degree (may start at CC), community service, financial need (family income below $55,000).

HOSA - Future Health Professionals ScholarshipS MEDICAL Scholarships in medically-related fields. 

Kaiser Permanente Health Care Career Scholarships MEDICAL for students wishing to become health care professionals. At least one scholarship will be given to a qualified student from SHS each year. Amounts vary from $2,000 to $10,000. Based on academic achievement, diversity characteristics, financial need, extracurricular activities, commitment to the health care field, and character. Registration closes December 6. 

Kids' Chance of Oregon Scholarship  DISABLED PARENT Available to students whose parent has suffered a work-related injury that has resulted in the death of inability to work of that parent. Open enrollment.

Lane County Farm Bureau Scholarships: FORESTRY/AGRICULTURE For students studying forestry or an agriculture-related field. Students should be able to demonstrate prior involvement in agricultural activities. 

Marine Technology Society Scholarships MARINE SCIENCE for high school seniors accepted into full-time marine-related college programs. 

National Honor Society ACADEMICS Most awards are for $2,850; a few are higher. See Ms. Osbon in the counseling office 

National Merit ScholarshipACADEMICS Awards based on academic performance; juniors start the qualifying process by taking the PSAT in October


Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs Scholarships FINE ARTS Scholarships of $400 to $500 each in art, vocal, instrumental, and writing.Competition will take place in Portland in April.  

Oregon Jaycee Foundation Scholarships: ACADEMICS and COMMUNITY SERVICE Based on GPA (3.75 unweighted), essay, community service, personal accomplishments, and leadership. 

Oregon Jewish Community Foundation: JEWISH  Applicants should be Jewish residents of Oregon with demonstrated financial need. 

Oregon Latino Scholarship Fund: HISPANIC For students of Hispanic ancestry. Based on academics, extra-curricular activities, community service, essays and letters of recommendation. GPA 3.0 or better. 

Oregon PTA TEACHING Awards of $500 each to students who are entering the teaching profession and studying at an Oregon public college or university. Recipients may re-apply in subsequent years. Based on academic achievement, character, and knowledge of the PTA. 

Oregon School Employees Association Scholarships TEACHING Guy Davis, Past Presidents', and John Brown Scholarships. Two $250 awards to students who plan to enter the teaching profession. Students must have academic potential or achievement, leadership and character. 

Oregon Gear Up MIXED Listing of hundreds of Oregon scholarships by due date 

Oregon Logging Conference Foundation Scholarships FORESTRY For students who will be studying forestry or related subjects including heavy equipment maintenance and welding, and diesel mechanics. Scholarships range from $750 to $2,500. 

Oregon School Counselor Association Linda C. Eby Scholarship: Requires a 500 word essay about a certified Oregon school counselor who has made a difference in your life. 

Oregon Society of CPA's ACCOUNTING For students pursuing accounting degrees in community colleges or 4-year colleges. Requires 3.2 GPA.

OSAC (Office of Student Access and Completion) MIXED A state agency that administers more than 500 scholarships. See video on how to complete and file the OSAC scholarship application.  See OSAC for SHS Students to view the OSAC scholarships that are most relevant to SHS students.

QuestBridge  Seeks HIGH-ACHIEVING LOW-INCOME students to guide and support through the college process in one of 39 top-notch colleges and universities nationwide. See also the QuestBridge description on this website. 

Pride Foundation: For LGBTQ students. 

RaiseMe Microscholarships for a wide variety of accomplishments and milestones reached in high school. Several Oregon schools, including WOU, participate.

Selco Community Credit Union ACADEMICS/MEMBERSHIP 20 awards of $2,500 each to students with GPA's of 3.5 or more. Membership in Selco required (it's easy). 

Seneca Scholarship $5,000 to be used at any Oregon state college will be given to the winner of an essay contest.  Not based on GPA or community service.

Slocum Research and Education Foundation HEALTH CARE $1,500 scholarships to Lane County students who will be entering the health care field. Based on academic achievement, extracurricular and leadership activities, community service, letters of recommendation, and financial need. 

Veterans of Foreign Wars - Oregon: CHILDREN/GRANDCHILDREN OF VETERANS Scholarships of $1,000 to children or grandchildren of members of the VFW. Requires an essay on "Why my vote matters." See also Post 81 Scholarship for details. 

VFW Voice of Democracy AUDIO ESSAY CONTEST Open to students in grades 9-12. 

SCHOLARSHIPS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

Central Oregon Coast Board of Realtors Scholarships: One scholarship is available to a student who is currently attending LCC. Based on financial need.

Davis-Putter Scholarships SOCIAL/ECONOMIC JUSTICE for students who are actively involved in social and economic justice issues. 

Elks Weigel Medical School Scholarships: MEDICAL Awards of $24,000 to students entering medical school. Apply before the first year of medical school. 

First Community Founders Scholarship MEMBERSHIP Open to members of First Community Credit Union (easy to join). GPA 3.5 or higher. Awards are $1,500 each. 

Ford Restart: For adults age 25 or older who are seeking higher education. USE OSAC APPLICATION FORM ONLINE

Ford Family Foundation scholarships: Covers 90% of the cost of attending a 4-year college or university for all 4 years. Based on need, work ethic, community service, leadership and academic potential, character, and a solid plan. Chances are greatest with GPA 3.0 and higher. Available to transfer students after 2 years at a community college. 120 awards are made each year. See FFF video (23:32 minutes). USE OSAC APPLICATION FORM ONLINE

Institute for Cultural Initiatives Scholarships: For bi-lingual (Spanish/ English) Latino students who are graduates of an Oregon high school, received a GED in Oregon, or completed home school in Oregon, and plan to enroll or are enrolled at a community college in Oregon.  Download the application.

Janet Cullen Takaka Scholarship: SCIENCE For a female undergraduate student working toward a bachelor's degree in Archaeology, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Hydrology, Meteorology/Atmospheric Science, Natural Sciences, Natural Resources, Oceanography, Physical Sciences 

Lamber-Goodnow Education Scholarships: Students attending 2-year and 4-year colleges and universities are eligible. Scholarships are available in the categories of general college, nursing, law, medicine, and physical therapy. 

Marine Technology Society Scholarships MARINE SCIENCE for students enrolled in full-time marine-related college programs. 

Oregon Latino Scholarship FundHISPANIC For students of Hispanic ancestry. Based on academics, extra-curricular activities, community service, essays and letters of recommendation. GPA 3.0 or better. 

Oregon PTA: TEACHERS For students who are enrolled in a teacher education program at an Oregon public college or university at any level, freshman through graduate program. 

Oregon Society of CPA's: ACCOUNTING For undergraduate students pursuing a degree in accounting. Requires 3.2 GPA. 

Oregon NASA Space Grants: SCIENCE, TECH, ENGINEERING, MATH Must be attending one of the approved universities or community colleges in Oregon.

OSAC (Office of Student Access and Completion) MIXED A state agency that administers more than 500 scholarships. See video on how to complete and file the OSAC scholarship application.  Some OSAC scholarships are available to students who have left high school and/or started college. 

Soroptimist "Live Your Dream" For a female head of household who wants to continue her education or change career paths. 

Thornton Family FFA Collegiate Scholarship: AGRICULTURE/VETERINARY MEDICINE Must be attending college with a GPA of 2.8 or higher, pursuing education agriculture with a career goal in agriculture, agribusiness, or veterinary medicine. 

Verl and Dorothy Miller Native American Vocational Scholarship: For Native American residents of Oregon who are seeking vocational training or certification. Download the application.


Western Lane Community Foundation Scholarships for continuing or returning students.

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Robert Orr,
Feb 9, 2018, 11:28 AM
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