ScholarshipsThe RJR Scholarship Newsletter includes local, regional, and national scholarships, scholarships for which a school nomination is required, and a few scholarships to local colleges and universities. High School seniors will find that most scholarship opportunities will come from colleges and universities in the form of merit-based and need-based scholarships.
The RJR Scholarship Newsletter highlights a sampling of opportunities at individual colleges and universities but does not include the full scope of aid opportunities available. Please refer to the colleges and universities directly for a comprehensive list of scholarships and the procedures around applying for them.
Applying for scholarships and financial aid is an essential (and potentially stressful) part of the college planning process. While many students may receive merit scholarships, all students may receive financial aid based on family income and resources. In general, you must apply to be awarded merit-based scholarships, need-based scholarships and, financial aid.
For scholarships published in the RJR Scholarship Newsletter, please follow the information, procedures, and contact links for the individual scholarships. As always, we are here to help! Students should make an appointment to see their counselor if they have questions and need support.2023-2024 Scholarship NewslettersUpdates will include NEW scholarship opportunities, the deadline, and where the student can go for more information.Please review the previous newsletters for additional scholarships with unexpired deadlines.2022-2023 Scholarship Newsletters
Last Modified on October 25, 2023