The key resource for both scholarships and financial aid is the college (or university or technical school) you hope to attend. Contact a college admissions counselor or financial aid counselor at your school(s) of interest for the most accurate, up-to-date information.

Here at Bryan Collegiate, if you have questions about scholarships or financial aid, contact Veronika Rangel, our Go Center coordinator, at or visit her in the Go Center.

While it is never too early to start exploring scholarship opportunities or financial aid options, keep in mind that the vast majority of scholarship will be awarded to graduating seniors only. All financial aid will be awarded based on need as determined by a FAFSA form.


Scholarships are free money awarded to qualified students based usually on academic merit or other criteria.

Local Scholarships, as the name suggests, are scholarships provided by local businesses or organization. Seniors who will graduate in May 2024 will begin the local scholarship process December 2023. All applications should be completed and submitted by February 26, 2024. Packets will be available in the Go Center.

CLICK HERE to view the LOCAL scholarship database

*scholarship information may be subject to change until the actual process begins in December.

Non-Local Scholarships come from a variety of places and people; they are available to seniors and to underclassmen.

CLICK HERE to view NON-LOCAL scholarship database

The following websites are also good sources of scholarships: