Craig and Page T Smith Scholarship Applications Open September 15 It is that time of year again. Please click here to see Flyer and Commonly Asked Questions.
Application opens September 15 with new deadlines, including Letters of Recommendation - Everything is due by January 5, 2018. http://scholarshipamerica.org

2018 ALET Debbie Rice Scholarship

Alabama Leaders of Educational Technology (ALET) announces a $10,000 scholarship will be awarded to a public high school senior enrolled in a school system with a delegate member in this organization. Seeking graduating seniors with a record of volunteerism in the community in both non-school sponsored and extracurricular school activities. The recipient must attend an accredited college/university or technical school located in the state of Alabama. Click here for more information.














UA Scholarship Deadline is December 15th

Students who wish to be considered for automatic merit-based scholarships offered by the University must submit all application materials by December 15th. Students who wish to be considered for competitive scholarships must also submit the supplemental scholarship application no later than December 15th. The supplemental scholarship application can be accessed via a student's myBama account 2-3 UA business days after submitting their admissions application. The last standardized tests we will accept for scholarship consideration are the December ACT and SAT. Final scholarship offers will be mailed to recipients in March. For complete information about The University of Alabama's academic scholarship offerings, please click here.

National Merit Scholar Awards
The University of Alabama offers very generous scholarship packages to National Merit Scholars.

National Merit Semifinalists who are admitted to UA with a 3.5 cumulative GPA will receive the Presidential Scholarship, which offers a total of $100,000 over four years ($25,000 each year). Students must be admitted by December 15th of their senior year in high school to receive this award.

National Merit Finalists who list The University of Alabama as their college of choice with the National Merit Corporation by May 1, 2018 will receive the following:

  • Value of tuition (in-state or out-of-state, as applicable) for up to 5 years or 10 semesters for degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate (or law) studies.
  • One year of on-campus housing at regular room rate (based on assignment by Housing and Residential Communities)
  • A $3,500 per year Merit Scholarship stipend for four years. A student must maintain at least a 3.3 GPA to continue receiving this scholarship stipend.
  • One-time allowance of $2,000 for use in summer research or international study (after completing one year of study at UA)
  • $2,000 book scholarship ($500 per year for four years)
  • For more information about these awards, please visit our National Merit Scholars Page.

Wallace College Application and Scholarship Links

·Scholarship applications packets (Academic, Career Tec​h, and Health Science) will be available through online submission December 2017 with a due date of March 1.
We will also have a Foundation Scholarship packet available summer 2018 for fall 2018 students. We update internal and external scholarships at this link

· Online admissions application:


· WCC FAFSA code= 001018;

FSAID (this is how student/parent sign their FAFSA application) https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm

FAFSA application www.fafsa.ed.gov

Dr. Robert J. McLaughlin Memorial Scholarship  was established in August 2017. This scholarship will be awarded for the first time in Spring of 2018. Criteria are as follows:

1. Scholarship will be awarded to a Wallace Community College (WCC) Wallace Campus student majoring in Nursing or any Allied Health program, with a preference given to a Dale County student.
2. Recipient will be awarded one (1) full scholarship, covering tuition, fees, and books, per academic school year - renewable for the spring and summer semesters, as long as he/she re­mains in good standing, maintains a minimum GPA of 2.5, and is enrolled as a full-time student.
3. Recipient must have met the requirements for unconditional admission to WCC. 
4. Scholarship will be awarded based on unmet financial need, grade point average, and recommendation from the Scholarship Committee.
5. Successful applicant will submit a completed application package to include transcripts, short essay, and letters of rec­ommendation.
6. Scholarship recipient must reapply for funding for the fol­lowing academic year.
7. In the absence of any qualified applicant, the scholarship will not be awarded.
8. The Foundation will ensure that the donor is duly informed of scholarship recipients.
9.  Scholarship will be publicized along with other Foundation scholarships.

Applications will be available online on the College Web site www.wallace.edu.