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These scholarships are available to students who live in specific counties, are within certain ethnic groups or fit other population-based criteria.
Applications for the 2017-2018 school year opens on January 13th, 2017.
CLICK HERE for a complete listing of the 2017-18 scholarships.
Please review the criteria forms for detailed eligibility requirements.
Daughters of the Holy Cross - Sara Hempley Scholarship Fund - Non-traditional students residing in Richland County School District One with some degree of life and work experience.
Easterby Family Scholarship - Students from Laurens County, graduated from Laurens County schools or a resident of Laurens County who are pursuing Graduate or post graduate education in theological or medial related fields.
Estelle Jones Non-Traditional Students Scholarship Fund - African-American residents of Richland County School District One with some degree of life and work experience.
Harmon Scholarship - For graduates from a public high school in Sumter County
LinkScholars Program Fund - Low-income African-American high school seniors from Fairfield, Lexington, Richland, Kershaw or Sumter counties.
Louetta Slice Scholarship - Students 21 or older residing in the Greater Chapin area of Ballentine, Chapin, Little Mountain, Peak, Prosperity or White Rock.
The Pierce/Zimmerman Scholarship Fund- South Carolina State University, Claflin University or Orangeburg Technical College
Rogers and Meredith Scholarship- Students who are residents of Epworth Children's Home, Thornwell Home and School for Children, students in custody of the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and students attending Glenforest School.
Smart Matters Scholarship - Students who attended one of the elementary schools in Columbia where Junior League's Smart Matters program is offered.
Milford H. Wessinger Scholarship - Graduating seniors or a graduate of a high school in Lexington County.
Woodlands' Families Scholarship Fund - Descendants of the enslaved families of Woodlands Plantation. If no such students are eligible, the scholarship may be awarded to a student in Bamberg County who meets all other criteria.