We believe that a higher education should be available to everyone, regardless of financial limitations. Our foundation partners with businesses, foundations and individual donors to provide college scholarships to Greater Cincinnati area students. Since 1989, the Cincinnati Scholarship Foundation has administered $32,000,000 in scholarships to nearly 20,000 area students on behalf of our donors. Learn more about how you can help give the gift of higher education.
"Education is our future. You can be part of the solution." - David Taylor, Group President, Global Home Care, Procter and Gamble
Graduate Students: The Office of Financial Aid administers only a few scholarships for graduate students (see the U-M Office of Financial Aid Scholarship Listing ). The main sources of U-M graduate student scholarship/fellowship opportunities are your U-M school, college, or department (see below) and the Rackham Graduate School . You may also find non-university (private) scholarship opportunities for graduate students on our Private Scholarships page. If you plan to study abroad, the U-M International Institute lists a number of funding opportunities for graduate and professional school students.
From September to November of each year, each JCI Senate state organization (or foundation) distributes to schools and boards of education throughout their state the necessary application forms for determination of the recipients of scholarship grants. The deadline for return of the completed application forms to the state chairperson is January 5, 2018 . If your state is not listed, you are not eligible. Do not submit the application to any address on the web page except those under the State Scholarship listing section (packages submitted to the wrong address will not be forwarded). Additional information is included in the Application instructions.