Osher Reentry Scholarship Endowment Program
The Bernard Osher Foundation, headquartered in San Francisco, supports higher education and the arts and provides scholarships to selected institutions nationally.
The Osher Reentry Scholarship Endowment Fund, sponsored by the Bernard Osher Foundation, is designed to provide tuition assistance to eligible “reentry” Granite State College students who are pursuing their first bachelor’s degree. A “reentry student” is a person who has experienced a cumulative gap of five or more years from their formal education and has not completed the requirements for a bachelor’s degree.
Granite State College will select at least 25 recipients per year and awards may not exceed $3000 per recipient or $50,000 total per year. Preference will be given to newly matriculated students and returning award recipients. To be eligible, the student must:
The application process for this scholarship begins annually in June. Application and recommendation forms can be found here.
UNIQUE Endowment and Allocation Programs
The UNIQUE programs provide increased, equal access and choice for deserving, high-need New Hampshire residents seeking the benefits of postsecondary education at a New Hampshire institution.
The annual award is up to $1000. Awards are based on available funding and Granite State College cannot guarantee every eligible student will receive a UNIQUE Endowment Scholarship. To be eligible, the student must:
The annual award is up to $700. Awards are based on available funding and Granite State College cannot guarantee every eligible student will receive a UNIQUE Allocation Scholarship. To be eligible, the student must:
Early Childhood Tuition Assistance Grant
Funded by the Child Development Bureau, the Early Childhood Tuition Assistance Grant will cover the full tuition for individuals taking their first Early Childhood Education College course or partial tuition for Early Childhood courses for all others who are eligible. To be eligible, students must be currently employed in a New Hampshire Licensed child care center or a family based child care program for a minimum of 25 hours per week providing direct care to children and directors need to be employed a minimum of 30 hours per week.
GSC will also assist you with your application and fees for your NH Early Childhood Credential application! The Early Childhood Career Mentor at Granite State College is a staff member dedicated to students taking part in the Tuition Assistance Program. For more information or assistance in applying for your Credential, please contact Karyn Yeatman at email@example.com or 603-303-3863.
New Hampshire Charitable Fund
New Hampshire residents pursuing undergraduate or graduate study at approved institutions of post secondary education are eligible to apply for grants and scholarships from this fund. The adult student aid program is designed specifically for adults returning to school to upgrade skills for employment or career advancement while the statewide student aid program is designed for the traditional student in a four year baccalaureate program.
College Equals Opportunity (CEO)
The CEO program awards scholarships each year to NH resident college students who have demonstrated academic achievement and outstanding leadership abilities.
Dollars for Scholars
Dollars for Scholars is the nation’s largest non-profit, private-sector scholarship and educational support organization. Since its founding, Scholarship America has distributed more than two billion dollars across the country through various programs including Dollars for Scholars.
New Hampshire PTA Award
Each year, the New Hampshire PTA awards a scholarship to three students from four area colleges. The following eligibility requirements apply: Must be a resident of New Hampshire; must be in their junior, senior or graduate year; and must be in a degree program leading to a career in education.
EDvestinU National Monthly Scholarship
EDvestinU is the private student loan program of the nonprofit New Hampshire Higher Education Loan Corporation (NHHELCO). NHHELCO is a network organization of the New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF). The NHHEAF Network Organizations provide students and families with expert advice needed to assist in the college planning process.
Alpha Sigma Lambda Scholarship
Alpha Sigma Lambda's aim is to recognize the special achievements of adults who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work. Alpha Sigma Lambda is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship and recognizes high scholastic achievement in an adult student's career encouraging many students to continue toward and to earn their degrees.
Mount Washington Valley Scholarship
The Mount Washington Valley Scholarship is funded by Granite State College and is offered for the 2016-2017 academic year. It will be awarded to cover the cost of one 4-credit course (tuition and registration/academic fee). To be eligible for the scholarship the student must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at Granite State College and be a current senior, graduate or GED Recipient from one of the following high schools:
Kennett High School
The Community School
Preference is given to first-time freshman at GSC. Deadline to apply is June 1.
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