Other Scholarship Programs

The listing below includes scholarships and information about scholarships. Although all resources listed here have been carefully selected, Excelsior College cannot predict the extent of success or benefits that will be realized by any given student from the use of such resources and does not guarantee or assume responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the materials listed.

Actuarial Scholarships for Students
Financial assistance opportunities for students pursuing actuarial science.

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Scholarships
These scholarships are for undergraduates with at least 30 credits completed who are studying accounting at U.S. colleges. Awards are up to $5,000 per student with about 300 winners annually.

Gates Millenium Scholarships
This program is designed to provide outstanding African American, American Indian/Alaska Natives, Asian Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American students opportunities to complete an undergraduate college education.

25 Scholarships Gateway from Black Excel
The Black Excel African American Student's College Guide presents more than 350 scholarships including a How to Get the Money guide.

FinAid
The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid. Discover scholarships that match your profile.

College Answer
This SallieMae site provides answers for college planning and paying for college.

College Board Scholarship Search
This online tool will help you locate scholarships, internships, grants, and loans that match your education level, talents, and background. 

CollegeNet's Scholarship Database
The Mach25 database lists over 600,000 awards totaling over $1.6 billion.

Student Inventors Scholarships
This award program is designed to encourage college students active in science, engineering, mathematics, technology, and creative invention while stimulating their problem-solving skills.
 

Mary Cone Barrie Scholarship, sponsored by Destiny Solutions
Destiny Solutions created the Mary Cone Barrie Scholarship to applaud the efforts of nontraditional students. The scholarship is available to any non-traditional student currently enrolled in a course or program at a Canadian or United States accredited college or university. Destiny Solutions awards two scholarships per year, each valued at $2,500.

Applications for the scholarship are due by August 29, 2014. For more information visit the Destiny Solutions website or contact:

Rachel Bosley
Marketing Associate
Destiny Solutions
scholarship@destinysolutions.com

ScienceNet Scholarship Listing
This is a program for Atlanta area undergraduates.

Siemens Westinghouse Competition
The Siemens Foundation provides more than $1 million in college scholarships and awards each year for talented high school students in the United States.

Ron Brown Scholarships
These are prestigious, competitive scholarships focusing on a student's academic promise, leadership ability, and financial need.

Black Excel Scholarship and Financial Aid Help
This is a listing of state-based resources for students.

Aid and Resources for Re-entry Students
Back to College is an all-in-one, continually updated resource for adults returning to college.

The Roothbert Scholarship Fund
The Roothbert Fund was created in 1958 by Albert and Toni Roothbert to help men and women in need of financial aid to further their education.

Coca-Cola Scholars Scholarships
This a major competition with over 250 awards going to scholars with academic, leadership, and talent qualities. The award amount is from $4,000 to $20,000.

Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarships
This is the prestigious Rotary Foundation scholarship program for students who can speak another language and want to study abroad in the host country of that language. Award amounts are from $10,000 to $23,000 for three months to a full year of study abroad. You should have completed at least two years of college work before applying.

ScienceNet Scholarship Listing
This is a program for Atlanta area undergraduates.

JobApplicationsOnline.com Scholarship Program
This is a scholarship program for students working their way through college. This scholarship does require a 500 to 800 word essay.

Excelsior College works in collaboration with the Veterans Healthcare Administration to promote the retention and reduce the attrition rates of VA scholarship participants (nationwide) enrolled in a nursing program at Excelsior College. Specific program planning was introduced and an advisor assigned to work with students and their respective VA Program Coordinators. Specific program planning is in place and an advisor is assigned to work with students and their respective VA Program Coordinators.

There are three scholarships offered by the VA for enrolled Excelsior nursing students:

  • VA Nursing Education for Employees Program (VANEEP) – for enrolled associate degree in nursing students who have completed all but 10 credits of the General Education Component and one nursing theory examination. These students are granted work release time and must complete their degree within 2 years of accepting the scholarship.
     
  • Employee Incentive Scholarship Program (EISP) - for associate degree in nursing students. These students continue to work while earning their degree and have a maximum of 6 yrs to complete the program.
     
  • National Nursing Education Initiative (NNEI) scholarship - for students enrolled in the RN-BS or MS in nursing degree programs. These students continue to work while earning their degree and have a maximum of 6 years to complete the program.

     

Criteria to Apply for a VA Scholarship

  • Obtain approval from VA Program Coordinator.
  • Work at a VA hospital or health care facility. Be or become an enrolled nursing student with Excelsior College.

Excelsior College's Responsibilities

  • Secure up-to-date Excelsior College Privacy Release forms.
  • Create a Plan of Study for each VA Scholarship applicant; amend as needed.
  • Request letters of enrollment from the Dean for VA scholarship applicants.
  • Assist in resolving billing issues related to EC services provided to VA Scholarship students.
  • Provide transcript evaluations for enrolled students and send a copy of the Status Report and Evaluation Summary to the student and their respective VA Program Coordinator at least once a semester.
  • Provide written notification to the student about failing grades; suggest study strategies, Excelsior College resources.
  • Maintain regular communication with students to update and monitor their academic plans and resolve any student issues.
  • Notify VA Program Coordinator if student is not meeting their Plan of Study.

VA's Responsibilities

  • Counsel prospective students about the nursing programs, degree requirements, and information about the VA scholarships and the application process.
  • Work collaboratively with the Excelsior College advisor to encourage continued student engagement and progression.

Speak with an Excelsior College financial aid advisor

+1-855-323-9235