December 2012

A college education remains a wise investment and a person's best opportunity to successfully compete in the job market. Plans, dreams and educational goals can be realized because financial aid for college is readily available and we're here to help.

Last year, St. Thomas students received more than $2,000,000 in private scholarships awarded by local foundations, agencies, corporations, and other groups that provide financial support to students. And, at St. Thomas the funds students earn in private scholarships go directly to reduce their tuition bill as we do not reduce our St. Thomas funding to students based on such awards.

St. Thomas provides this monthly e-newsletter to help you find out about additional scholarship opportunities. It is truly worth a student's time to search for these scholarships.

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December 2012

Wells Fargo College Steps Sweepstakes

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Twenty scholarships valued at $1,000 are offered to individuals who join the CollegeSTEPS program (no purchase necessary).

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US Bank Scholarship Program

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Forty $1,000 scholarships are awarded via a random drawing to high school seniors and undergraduate students.

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Union Plus Scholarship Program

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Scholarships ranging from $500 - $4,000 are available to members, spouses and dependent children of any Union Plus program.

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Affinity Plus Foundation Scholarship

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Five $5,000 scholarships are offered to Affinity Plus members. Membership requires an application.

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Campus Discovery Scholarship

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A $2,500 scholarship is awarded based on the results of an on-line survey.

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Ronald Reagan College Leaders Scholarship

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Scholarships ranging from $1,000 - $7,500 are awarded to outstanding college sophomores who demonstrate leadership on behalf of the cause of freedom, American Values, and constitutional principles.

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SMART Scholarship Program

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Offered by the Department of Defense this Science, Mathematics, and Engineering scholarship is designed to increase the number of civilian scientists and engineers working at Department of Defense laboratories.

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