$2,000 ACT Foundation Second-Year Scholarship Program, D:June 1, 2017, and Other Scholarship and Money Resources

I found out about this scholarship by googling June 2017 scholarship and clicking on News, so I could see the most recent stories about scholarships with a June 2017 deadline. It’s one method I use to find scholarships.


Article: “Account Control Technology Foundation is Now Accepting Applications for Its 2017 Scholarship Program”

D: June 1, 2017; $2,000

From article: “The ACT Foundation Second-Year Scholarship Program is for current college first-year students who plan and qualify to enroll as sophomores in a four-year college or university in the fall of 2017. A total of six $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to students nationwide.”

“The ACT Cares Community Scholarship Program is for graduating high school seniors from specific communities who will attend a four-year college or university beginning in the fall of 2017.”


If you have finished your first year as a TSU student and will be enrolled as a sophomore in Fall 2017, check out ACT Foundation Second-Year Scholarship Program.

For the ACT Cares Community Scholarship Program, you must be a high school senior from specific communities, which are mentioned in the article above. You might be in one of these counties from different states.

Other Resources to Help You

Account Control Technology (ACT) has many different resources that students can take advantage of.


List of Additional Scholarship Resources (here’s a clue in your search for more scholarships: often organizations such as scholarships and financial aid offices at different colleges and universities list other resources for scholarship searches—all this information can be very valuable)


Links to information on Paying for College



Links to help you Be Smart with Money and help you plan your financial future

Other Scholarship Stories I found Today


Article: “TN State CPA Society to Award Over $250K in Scholarships

From article: “The Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants Educational and Memorial Foundation Scholarship Program is accepting scholarship applications for the 2017-18 academic year.

With individual awards ranging from $1,000-$25,000 each, with a total of $250,000 in funds available to award to undergraduate or graduate accounting students across the state this year.’


From webpage: “APRO, TRIB, and the Kansas, Florida, Missouri, Oklahoma and Tennessee Rental Dealer Associations announce this year’s call for applications for the APRO Education Foundation Scholarships and the respective state association scholarships.

Application deadline is June 30th. Completed applications must be received in the APRO offices by 5 PM Central on June 30th or the application will be disqualified.

Applicants must be an employee or child of an employee of an APRO member in good standing. Applicants must submit proof that they have been accepted into an accredited college for the 2017 Fall semester. Applicants must submit proof of a 3.0 or better from their high school if they’re an incoming freshman or as a current university student.”


Scholarships Help Nontraditional Students Pay for School: College scholarships are available for low-income individuals, single parents and older students,” March 9, 2017 article by Arthur Murray


2017 PCI/Axalta Scholarship Program, D: June 14, 2017


Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America scholarships, 2017 FAITH Scholarship for Academic Excellence and FAITH Scholarship for Excellence in STEM


Glimmer High School Page (if you go down the page, on the left you will find scholarships for May, June, July 2017)


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