NCAA Clearinghouse Information
Any student-athlete who is planning on participating at the Division I or II level must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse: www.ncaaclearinghouse.net. The registration form is located in the Prospective Student Athletes link. Currently the registration fee is $60. There are fee waivers available.
In order to gain eligibility through the Clearinghouse you must send ALL of your SAT and/or ACT scores directly to the Clearinghouse. On the SAT and ACT registration forms you must select code 9999 NCAA Clearinghouse as one of the destinations for your scores to be sent. High Schools can no longer send the Clearinghouse these scores.
Landmark College is a small school for students with learning disabilities and AD/HD located in Vermont. Landmark enables students to transfer to colleges of their choice. Landmark offers grants and scholarships up to $25,000. Because Landmark requires a diagnosis of the disability for admission, the cost of attendance may be tax deductible as a medical expense.
Please visit the web site at www.landmark.edu/nis or call 802-387-6718.
NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarship programs available through the NC Department of Public Instruction to assist those who wish to enter the teaching field. Amount varies. For more information, see website at: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/scholarships or call 919-807-3300.
1 Application = 500 Colleges
The easiest, most efficient way to apply to any of the Common Application member colleges and universities. Complete your Common App once to submit to any of the member colleges. Visit www.commonapp.org.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MILITARY CHILDREN
Various scholarships for children of active, retired or reserve military personnel. Various deadlines. Amount: $1500. For more information: access website at www.odedodea.edu. (Click on “Students”)
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISM SCHOLARSHIPS
Various Scholarships for students interested in majoring in journalism. Amount varies. For more information go to web page at: www.highschooljournalism.org (click on “Students”)