Scholarship Web Sites
Community Foundation of Northern Illinois
The Community Foundation administers over 60 active scholarship funds on behalf of generous individuals, businesses, and service groups.’ Scholarships are available for students completing high school who are pursuing the challenge and benefits of higher education, current college students, and non-traditional students seeking to return to school.’ Scholarship funds are limited to 1) accredited institutions and 2) private non-profit or publicly supported institutions. Review the criteria below to see which scholarships you are a good fit for you.
- 946 N. 2nd Street
Rockford, IL 61107
- Phone: 815-962-2110
City of Rockford Human Services Department – Community Services Division
This division sponsors a competitive scholarship opportunity for qualified students for post secondary education. Applicants must have household income below 125% of the federal poverty level, reside in Winnebago or Boone County, and plan on attending a post secondary accredited school or training program located in the state of Illinois. There is no age requirement. Applications are usually released in January through media announcement and then available at our location and on our website with deadline for return in March. Call for more details as programming, qualifications, and funding availability may change.
- 555 N. Court Street, Suite 301
Rockford, IL 61103
130 N. State St.
Belvidere, IL 61008
- 612 N. Church St.
Rockford, IL 61103
- Phone: 815-987-5711
Illinois has scholarships and grants to suit just about every type of student. If you are a nurse, medical student or teacher, there are a number of attractive incentive programs designed to keep you studying and working within the state.
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