North Dakota Dollars for Scholars accepting scholarship applications

Spending a little time on the North Dakota Dollars for Scholars website is worth the effort for many high school seniors and college students in the state. Now through April 1, 2019, applications for scholarships, a.k.a. FREE money for college, will be accepted. The scholarship awards range from $500 to $2,500 each. Students from a wide range of backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

There is a variety of scholarship offerings including vocational/technical schools, military family, community service and continuing college students. There was also a change in 2019 to allow students who graduated from a North Dakota high school or were home educated in the state are eligible to apply, even if they don’t have a local chapter.

Scholarship details and the online application are available at northdakota.dollarsforscholars.org. To apply, students must create or update a profile in the online student center. This profile allows students to be matched to scholarships based on their personal information. Students will also be able to use this profile to find future opportunities from their local chapter, North Dakota Dollars for Scholars and the national organization.

Visit Bank of North Dakota’s YouTube page for instructional videos on how to create your profile and to search and apply for scholarships on the North Dakota Dollars for Scholars website.

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