There are many tools to help in your search for college, scholarships, and financial aid. If you are a graduating high school senior, oftentimes the best sources of information and guidance are available at your high school. If you are an adult student, current college student, or GED recipient, you can find resources offered at the college or technical institution you will be attending.
Visit the websites of colleges you are interested in attending to see what financial aid they may offer as well as school-specific resources like student services. Financial aid officers also routinely provide information, which includes federal and state resources as well as institutional grants and scholarships. If you have decided on your course of study, you may also want to contact the appropriate department regarding scholarships.
Scholarship and Financial Aid Websites
While we cannot endorse any of these resources, students and parents may find the scholarship aid websites listed below helpful. Please note: these are external websites with no connection to East Tennessee Foundation.
Federal Student Aid
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
How to Find and Apply for Scholarships While at Home
Scholarships for Women
American Indian College Fund
Hispanic Scholarship Fund Students
FastWeb Minority Scholarships
Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Scholarship Opportunity for Students in Tennessee
The Constance Butler Goforth Scholarship is managed by the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis. It is open to graduating high school seniors throughout the state of Tennessee. For more information, please visit this link and scroll down to the Constance Butler Goforth Scholarship description.