Northern Wyoming Community College District (NWCCD) offers a variety of scholarships to assist students in achieving their educational goals. Applications will be forwarded to your program(s) of interest. Official offers are received via email directly from the Financial Aid Office.

When should I apply for scholarships? 

Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 = application open now!

Fall 2024 and Spring 2025 application will open January 1, 2024.

*The Hathaway Scholarship for Wyoming high school graduates has a separate deadline. Please review all information on the Hathaway Scholarship page carefully.

Full-year scholarship offers for the upcoming school year will come from the financial aid office after March 31 and will continue throughout the summer. Scholarship recipients are notified via email, text message, and through Self-Service when a scholarship is offered. Students should check their email and Self-Service accounts frequently. A thank you note serves as the student’s formal acceptance of the scholarship. A deadline will be stated in the offer email. The thank you note will be due to the financial aid office by the deadline indicated in the scholarship offer email.

2023/2024 scholarship recipients are notified via email, text message, and Self-Service. Please activate your email and Self-Service accounts as soon as possible. Scholarship notifications will be sent as follows: round 1 – after March 31, round 2 – after May 31, round 3 – after July 30. Please check your college email frequently. Thank you notes must be handwritten (not typed) and received in the financial aid office by the deadline indicated in the offer email.

If funds are available for the spring semester and/or summer semester, the application will have these semesters listed. If available, spring scholarship offers are emailed after December 1, and summer scholarship offers are emailed after April 1.

How do I apply for scholarships?

Click on the button below to submit an application now!

Only one application per student per academic year is necessary, unless you change your major at semester.

Wyomings Tomorrow Scholarship

Extra Money Makers

We also offer scholarships that require additional essays or additional information from the applicant. Scholarships requesting additional information are posted within the NWCCD Hub. You must be an accepted student with access to the NWCCD Hub in order to apply for these scholarships.

This list is subject to availability, subject to change, and may not be inclusive of all opportunities. Log into your NWCCD Hub account by clicking the button below and visit the Financial Aid page.

GC = Gillette College scholarships, SC = Sheridan College scholarships.

Please log into the NWCCD Hub for an updated list of scholarships.

Complete List of Extra Money Maker Scholarships

The Sheridan College Foundation

The Sheridan College Foundation handles over 170 scholarships with a wide variety of qualifications, including but not limited to: art, construction, dental hygiene, nursing, machine tooling, engineering, music, scholastic achievement, non-traditional students, veterans and more. The Sheridan College Financial Aid office works with the Sheridan College Foundation to match scholarships with qualifying students. Interested students need to submit the NWCCD scholarship application above.

Complete List of Sheridan College Foundation Scholarships

High Academic Achievement Scholarship

New students entering the fall semester after high school graduation who score an ACT composite of 25 or higher are eligible for the High Academic Achievement Scholarship at NWCCD. No application is required. Be sure to submit your ACT scores to the admissions office. Students will need to be registered before the award will be applied to their student account.

  • Must be used the fall semester immediately following your high school graduation.
  • Available to ALL students with an ACT composite score of 25 or higher – in-state, WUE, and out-of-state. SAT concordance tables are used to determine eligibility for those who take the SAT instead of the ACT. Minimum acceptable SAT score is 1200. ACT superscores are also considered for eligibility.
  • Can be used for four consecutive fall and spring semesters at Sheridan College or Gillette College (Sorry, this scholarship does NOT cover summer semester coursework).
  • Award amounts range between 12 and 15 credits of in-state tuition & fees per semester, based on registration. If you are a WUE or an out-of-state student, you will be required to pay the difference after the in-state amount is credited to your tuition & fee charges.
  • Scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with other sources of financial aid deemed solely for tuition and fees. Scholarship can be used in conjunction with the Hathaway Scholarship (for WY students).
  • Awards will be prorated for enrollment between 12 and 15 credits. Award amounts for 2023/2024 will range from $1,932 to $2,415.
  • Room & board, books & supplies, and any other expenses beyond 15 credits of in-state tuition and student fees are the responsibility of the student. This includes, but is not limited to, out-of-state or WUE tuition & fee charges, additional course fees, lab fees, housing, meal plans, required books, and program supplies.
  • Must maintain full-time status (12 credits) and maintain a semester and cumulative GPA of 3.0. GPA is reviewed after each semester. Student is notified in writing if scholarship is lost. Scholarship eligibility cannot be regained.

Hathaway Scholarships

Hathaway ScholarshipThe Hathaway Scholarship assists Wyoming high school graduates pay for college. There are four levels offered based on your high school GPA.

Apply, transfer, or check eligibility

External Scholarships

Local communities and national organizations offer a multitude of private scholarships. Check with local organizations such as Rotary International, Kiwanis Club, Elks Club, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), American Legion, Lions Club, YMCA, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), etc., which all award scholarships on a local level. Look online for contact information of these organizations. There is no one place to refer students to when it comes to searching for scholarships. You can complete a simple search on the internet. Be careful not to pay anyone to help you with this information. There are plenty of free sites out here. If you will be graduating from high school (or recently graduated), your guidance counselor is a great source for local scholarship information. Most local organizations provide information to high schools on a regular basis.

Please review the list below. This list in not all inclusive. The following donors contacted NWCCD in the past asking to advertise their scholarships or interest free loan opportunities.

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The board of directors of the Adeline Neilson Scholarship Foundation has scholarship money available for the 2023-2024 school year. Applications are being collected now and amounts will be disbursed to the students’ school in the fall.

Scholarships are available for trade school students as well as for college and university students.

The Foundation awards an average of 25 scholarships each year in amounts ranging from $500 to $4,000.

Please email for an application and/or with any questions.

The completed application must be postmarked by April 18, 2023.

Alvin T. Clark Family Memorial Fund

Financial assistance is available to graduates of Johnson County High Schools, located in Buffalo and Kaycee, WY, on a loan basis bearing no interest, who are seeking a higher education in the fields of forestry, nursing, and medicine (not pre-med). Please contact Wendy Martin at First Northern Bank of Wyoming at the phone number below for further information and an application.

141 S. Main St.

PO Box 400

Buffalo, Wyoming 82834

PH: 307-684-2211

FAX: 307-684-5265

The American Indian College Fund

The American Indian College Fund has Full Circle Scholarships available for Native students ranging from $1,000 – $18,750 per year funded by Arizona Public Service, Coca-Cola, Ford Motor Company, Nissan North America, Inc., United Health Foundation, and many more top-profile companies and foundations!

Eligibility requirements include:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • Full-time student at an accredited tribal, public, or private (non-profit) college or university in the United States
  • Enrolled member of a federal or state recognized tribe, or a descendant of an enrolled parent or grandparent
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • Submission of a completed on-line application

Applications accepted January 1 – May 31 of every year.  Apply now at:

American Indian Education Fund

The American Indian Education Fund awards Native American, Alasa Native, and Native Hawaiian students. The scholarship is a max of $2,000 per year (depending on credits being taken) and is intended for a full school year. Applications are accepted from students who will be attending an accredited school, whether that be a tribal college, state university, or vocational/technical school (online schools are not applicable, ABD not applicable).

Applicants will have to submit a complete application form with an essay, a picture, tribal enrollment documentation, most recent transcripts, and ACT/SAT scores (if taken).

Undergraduate Applicant Criteria

  • Native American, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian (student or one parent must be enrolled and able to provide documentation).
  • Attending an accredited 2 or 4 year university of vocational/technical school (online schools are not applicable).
  • Must be enrolled as a full-time student
  • GPA between 2.0 – 3.4 is desirable (however, all current or future undergraduate students are encouraged to apply).
  • An ACT score of 14 or above is desirable (if applicable)

Deadline to submit is April 4th. However, if your application is received before March 1st you will receive an extra point towards your score.

For more information on Graduate student applications and about how AIEF supports Native American, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian students, please visit

Campbell County Farm Bureau Scholarship

Apply today for the Campbell County Farm Bureau Scholarship! Applications are available by sending an email to or stopping into the Gillette College Financial Aid Office.

Deadline to submit is March 1st to the Farm Bureau Office address listed on the application. For additional questions, please contact Lori at 307.682.4454

The Clifford P. Hansen Memorial Scholarship is in remembrance of Clifford Hansen, who was known as a Teton county rancher, Past President of Wyoming Stock Growers Association, the Governor of Wyoming, and a U.S. Senator. The Memorial Scholarship was established through contributions received in memory of Senator Hansen and other departed WSGA leaders. It recognizes outstanding college students pursuing an education related to Wyoming’s agriculture or natural resources. WSGA believes that continuing education is an important asset for youth. The $1,000 cash scholarships will be awarded for the upcoming academic year. “The Clifford Hansen Memorial Scholarship serves as a reminder of the dedicated leadership provided to WSGA and to the State of Wyoming by past and current leaders of our industry,” stated Executive Vice President, Jim Magagna.

To be eligible, students, parents or guardian must be a member in good standing of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association. The applicant must be a sophomore, junior or senior for the Fall semester or a college senior who is graduating and accepted into graduate school for the concurrent Spring semester. The student must be enrolled full-time at the University of Wyoming or a Wyoming Community College, have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher and majoring in agriculture or a natural resource related field. The winner will be approved by the WSGA trustees based on recommendation from the WSGA Executive Committee. The scholarship winner will be announced at the Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention & Trade Show. Winners will be notified prior and invited to attend to be recognized in front of WSGA membership and supporters.

To apply for this scholarship, the applicant must submit an official transcript and essay of 500 words or less addressing the following questions:

  • What have you gained from your college experience?
  • What leadership roles have you acquired since starting college and how have those leadership roles influenced you?
  • How do your post-college plans involve agriculture or natural resources?
  • What characteristics distinguish you as deserving this scholarship?

All applications are due March 1, 2023 to Wyoming Stock Growers Association at PO Box 206, Cheyenne, WY 82003 or by email:

Foster’s Outriders Scholarships for the Trades Program Whether you’re looking for a new job right out of high school or seeking a career change, tell us what you want to do: diesel technology, horseshoeing, welding, construction technology, machine tool technology, auctioneering, nursing, industrial electricity, automotive repair, culinary arts? There are over a hundred trade programs available at the Wyoming colleges listed below. Tell us the program in which you’d like to enroll (or are enrolled), the cost of the training, and how much we’d need to add to your resources to make it possible. Starting in Fall 2021, the scholarship has expanded to any trade school in the U.S.

No age restrictions or education requirements. The scholarship amount is based on the program and the need of each student, but they average between $2,000 to  $5,000.

Application deadlines:

Fall semester: July 31st

Spring semester: November 30th


GFWC has a rich tradition of providing scholarships to young people, not only at the club level but at the state level as well.

This scholarship, created in 2009, will benefit non-traditional Wyoming females over the age of 18 planning on attending a Wyoming institute of higher learning, including the University of Wyoming, a Wyoming Community College or any licensed, accredited technical, vocational or trade school located in Wyoming. Questions about the accreditation of the school should be directed to the Scholarship custodian.

Applications for this scholarship can be obtained by emailing

A non-traditional Wyoming female shall be further defined as follows:

  1. She did not attend an institution of higher learning (as defined above) immediately after high school (but may be currently enrolled) OR
  1. She did not attend an institution of higher learning (as defined above) immediately after obtaining a GED OR
  1. She, for any reason, left an institution of higher learning (as defined above) before receiving a diploma or certification from said institution.

The number and amounts of scholarships available will be determined on a yearly basis and will be awarded on the basis of scholastic ability, financial need and leadership qualities.

All successful applicants will be notified before May 1st yearly. If chosen, GFWC-W Inc. will require the address of your chosen institute of higher learning financial aid office and your student number.  Scholarship funds will be sent directly to the institute financial office in two equal payments. Any funds not used by the student will be forfeited and returned by the institution to the GFWC-W, Inc. Scholarship custodian.


Please make a copy for your files. No forms will be returned unless requested and accompanied with a legal size, stamped envelope. After the application process, all personal information will be destroyed except for that necessary for contact purposes.

Please mail application to:

Wendy Owen, Custodian GFWC-W Scholarship Fund

2700 Carey Ave.

Cheyenne, WY 82009

The Hawthorn Foundation

Application Deadlines:  Fall semester, applications accepted June 1-July 31; Spring semester, applications accepted October 1-November 30th.

The Hawthorn Foundation administers a Scholarship Fund that provides grants to Wyoming individuals to enable them to complete a high school, undergraduate, graduate or technical school education in the field of their choice at any accredited school they may choose that is located in the United States. The Hawthorn Foundation’s scholarship program is intended to enable highly motivated individuals to improve their life circumstances through education and training. Scholarship recipients will be selected on an objective and nondiscriminatory basis.

To be eligible for a scholarship, applicants must reside in Wyoming and plan to attend, on a full-time basis, a fully accredited educational institution in the United States. Applicants must submit with their application: (i) a detailed plan outlining how they propose to use scholarship funds, including the name of the educational institution they wish to attend, the tuition, fees and other expenses that would be required for  attendance, the duration and location of the program, and the degree or certification they hope to obtain (an “Education Plan”); and  (ii) a description of how pursuing the contemplated course of study would improve his or her life circumstances (a “Personal Essay”). Applicants need not be traditional students who are generally eligible for scholarship aid from a variety of other sources. Rather, they may be non-traditional students, such as:

  • Individuals whose needs are not being met at their public high schools and need to attend a private or alternative high school;
  • Individuals who received a General Equivalency Degree (“GED”) instead of a high school diploma;
  • Individuals who did not finish high school and have not obtained a GED but would like to obtain a GED and/or pursue an education at a technical or vocational school that can teach them a valuable skill for earning a living;
  • Low-income adults who are returning to school, or are starting a higher education for the first time;
  • Low-income individuals who will be the first in their family to attend college;
  • Individuals who are striving to overcome obstacles in their lives (e.g., foster care system, homelessness) and are looking to make a fresh start through education; or
  • Returning military.

Scholarship applicants who meet the eligibility requirements will be evaluated based on a variety of criteria, the most important of which are:

  • Quality and strength of the applicant’s Education Plan;
  • Quality and strength of the applicant’s Personal Essay;
  • Demonstration of motivation, enthusiasm and aptitude to pursue and complete the educational program;
  • Degree of financial need.

If you are interested in learning more about Hawthorn Foundation’s Scholarship Program, please visit our Contact Us page and send us a message. We will provide you with complete information about the program. If you are eligible to apply, fill out our Online Scholarship Application today.

Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc. The Horatio Alger Association seeks to assist students who have demonstrated integrity, perseverance in overcoming diversity, strength of character, financial need, commitment to pursue career or technical certification/degree, and a desire to contribute to society.

The Association will award 1,020 scholarships in 2020 with a maximum award amount of $2,500 depending on the cost of the program and student’s need. For additional information, visit our website.


To be considered eligible for Horatio Alger Career & Technical Scholarship program, applicants must:

  • Have completed high school (or earned a high school equivalency credential)
  • Will be enrolled in eligible program in the Fall semester
  • Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical program (up to 2 years) at an accredited non-profit post-secondary institution in the United States
  • Demonstrated critical financial need (must be eligible to receive the Federal Pell grant as determined by completion of the FAFSA)
  • Demonstrated perseverance in overcoming adversity
  • Be under the age of 30
  • Be a United States citizen


To apply for the Career & Technical Scholarship program, the following items must be completed by April 15:

  1. An online application
  2. A copy of your full Student Aid Report (SAR). Income documentation must be submitted online.
  3. Proof of citizenship (if not born in the United States).

The CTE application is open February 15 through April 15 targeted for high school seniors planning to enroll in the Fall semester. There will be another application period beginning June 15 for those not presently in high school.

Applicant must be a resident of Johnson County, WY. Preference will be given to employees of the Johnson County Memorial Hospital or Amie Holt Care Center. Applicant must be enrolled in a recognized nursing or health care related program. Approved applicant will receive up to $500 for the first semester, which is half of the yearly scholarship. An additional amount of up to $500 will be awarded for the second semester after the Auxiliary receives a transcript showing the student has maintained an acceptable GPA of at least 2.50 for the previous semester. The applicant may receive up to $1,000 per year.

Please email to obtain an application.

Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation

The Livingston Family – H.J. King Memorial Scholarship and Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation Scholarships are now available.  The Livingston Family – H.J. King Memorial scholarship is available to 1 recipient in the amount of $1,500. The Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation scholarship is available to 5 recipients in the amount of $500 each.

The Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation Continuing Education scholarships are now available. Three (3) awards of $500 each.

Please email to obtain applications. Application deadline March 1. Postmarked applications must be returned to the address listed on the application.

Margaret McNamara Education Grants

Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be at least 25 years old at time of application deadline (see specific regional program application below);
  • Be a national of a country listed on the MMEG Country Eligibility List;
  • Be enrolled at an accredited academic institution when submitting application; and plan to be enrolled for a full academic term after award of the grant by the Board;
  • Not be related to a World Bank Group, International Monetary Fund or Inter-American Development Bank staff member or spouse;
  • already be enrolled as a full time student, with relevant student visa in national passport, and plan to continue studying full time in the following academic year;
  • not hold US citizenship or permanent residency (green card) or Canadian citizenship or Canadian landed immigrant status.

Remember to read the Application Checklist & FAQs before applying, and select the “US-Canada program” in the first question of the application. If the program name does not appear, the program may be closed to new applications. Applications are open from September 15 until January 15. Queries may be addressed to during this period. Decisions will be announced by April.

Model A & Pioneer Car Club

This scholarship is for Sheridan County and Johnson County high school graduates who are interested in automotive or related fields as a career. Our intent is to encourage local high school graduates to pursue careers in an automotive field of study that includes but is not limited to auto/diesel technician, welding, fabrication, automotive restoration, machinist, etc. The club awards this scholarship annually. It is not based on income level.

Please email for an application. Application lists additional eligibility requirements. Applications must be postmarked by April 25, 2023 (Deadline passed).

The PEO – Chapter AR Program for Continuing Education scholarship is for female students attending Gillette College.  The application must be typed. Please visit the Gillette College Financial Aid Office for an application, email to obtain an electronic application.  Applications can be returned to the GC FAO in order to forward to the committee for processing, or directly to Liz Gonzalez at Thunder Basin High School.

The Project for Continuing Education is for a female student attending Gillette College. The PCE grant is a need based, one-time financial award of up to $3,000 for a woman whose education has been interrupted for a period of at least 24 months and who finds it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification. For more information on grant requirements, application inquiries, or a chapter recommendation, please contact: Jerilee Schliske, PEO Chapter BL, P.E.O. is a women’s organization committed to helping women meet their education and career goals. Visit for more information about P.E.O. and other education funding opportunities.

PEO has a number of loans and scholarships available. Please visit their website PEO International for further details.

The Republican Women of Sheridan County are currently seeking applicants for their college scholarship program. One $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to an 18 years or older, registered female Republican who is a Sheridan County resident and is planning on attending a junior college, college, university or vocational trade school beginning in the upcoming summer or fall semesters.

If you are interested, visit the website for detailed information and application materials. Further questions concerning the application process should be directed to Melinda Brennan, Scholarship Chairwoman, The deadline for applications is April 1.

RMACAC Electronic scholarship application is available on the website.

The mission of RMACAC is to support and advance the work of counselors as they help students realize their full educational potential, with particular emphasis on the transition from secondary schools to colleges and universities and with attention to access and equity, including college readiness, for all students.

RMACAC is excited to once again offer two (2) $1,000 scholarship to students in each of our member states; Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, for a total of $10,000 in award monies. We have tried to keep this application and supplementary materials as concise and simple as possible. This scholarship is awarded to students who live in one of the member states, attend a public or private high school in one of the member states, is in their final year of high school, and will be attending a regionally accredited college or university beginning the Summer or Fall term.

This scholarship also requires that interested students be nominated by a current paid member of RMACAC by the date of the close of the application. If your counselor is not already a member, they can still join by going to Your application will not be considered if your nominator is not a member of RMACAC.

Please note this form cannot be saved and returned to at a later date. Complete the application in one sitting.

Should you have any questions, please reach out to the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Chair, Tyler Cegler, at either or 928.523.5907.

RMMM  Printable or electronic scholarship application is available on the website. Deadline is March 1 each year.


The “Ernest Swinney Master Mechanic Scholarship” is offered to those individuals who are 18 years of age or older, have graduated or will graduate from an accredited high school, and possess adequate practical experience and /or formal training to meet institutional prerequisites and demonstrate sincerity.


This award may be used at any nationally accredited institution in the Rocky Mountain Region offering no less than a two year degree in mining related technical, maintenance or field mechanics.


The recipient of this award will be required to verify their pursuant of not less than a two year degree in mining related technical, maintenance, or field mechanics. Maintain no less than a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale or C grade average. Scholastic standing to be reported to committee chairperson on a semesterly basis and conform to the governing rules and regulations of the institution. Non compliance to any or all of the above requirements will constitute loss of future awards.

The Wyoming Scottish Rite Foundation is an incorporated, non-profit organization of the Masonic Fraternity dedicated to charitable and educational purposes.

Eligibility: Scholarship applicants must be graduates of a Wyoming High School or hold a Wyoming G.E.D. Renewals may be granted providing the student submits a complete application and is approved by the committee. The recipients must be full-time students during the year the scholarship is used. Completion of a full course load with a minimum GPA of 2.00 is required for the full year in order to be considered for a renewal.

How to apply: By June 1, submit application and supporting documentation to: Scottish Rite Foundation, 1820 Capitol Ave, Cheyenne WY 82001. The application can be obtained by emailing The application must be accompanied by the following documents: a current grade transcript, two (2) letters of reference, a recent color head & shoulder, wallet-sized photograph, which may be used in a Masonic publication.

Selection of Recipients: The Wyoming Scottish Rite Foundation Scholarship Committee will make the final selection of students. The award will be based on the following rank order: 1) Leadership potential and activities; 2) GPA; 3) Financial Need.

Sheridan Community Federal Credit Union

We believe that our community is the foundation of the credit union.  In order to support our community, we offer scholarships every year to students attending Sheridan College full time.  The scholarship is open to those who:

  • Live in Sheridan County
  • Have graduated high school or received their G.E.D.
  • Have a GPA of 2.75 or higher
  • Are enrolled Full Time at Sheridan College.

Steps to apply:

  • Pick up an application at SCFCU
  • Fill it out
  • Write a one page summary detailing why you want the money and how you will use it to further your education

Applications and summaries must be submitted by April 30 for each school year. Award amount is $500.00 per semester

Society of Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration – Central WY Section – The Coates, Wolff, Russell, Swank & Odell Memorial Scholarships

Offering up to five (5) $2,000 scholarships for this academic year.

Applicant Requirements:

  • Must be a WY high school graduate
  • Must be enrolled full-time for the current academic year
  • Upperclassmen; current college sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student
  • Currently enrolled in a discipline that could lead to a career in Mining and/or Mineral Extraction Industries; Examples: Mining Engineering, Metallurgy, Geology, Geophysics, Chemical Engineering, Physical Sciences, or other related discipline.
  • 3.0 GPA minimum

Please contact for an application and/or any questions. Applications due November 30, 2022.

The Powder River Basin Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Inc. is pleased to make scholarships available to qualified applicants for the upcoming academic year. Awarded amounts can range from $500 to $2,000, with the number of scholarships awarded generally ranging from 10 to 20. Scholarship applicants should have a desire to pursue a career in the oil and gas industry, and meet the following requirements:

  1. Major in Engineering (preference to Petroleum Engineering); a portion of the scholarships may go to Non-Engineering students based upon recommendations by the committee.
  2. Must be enrolled as a full-time student.
  3. Entering freshmen, sophomore, junior, or senior of a four-year program, or freshmen or sophomore of a two-year program.

Applications should be submitted to the referenced address. Scholarship applicants will be notified via mail.

Applications should be mailed to: SPE Scholarships ATTN: Jared Kennedy PO Box 3977 Gillette, WY 82717. Additional information for the Powder River Basin Section Scholarship can be found at Please email for an application.

Questions? Please contact Phil Jordan, Scholarship Chair,

2022 Stalwart Agfinity Scholarship Program

This opportunity was created because we believe in positive impact, hard work, and the future of agriculture. We need more ag advocates, so we’re doing more. This means, more scholarship funds and more scholarship recipients – 20 to be exact. Scholarships will be awarded in the range of $1,000  to $10,000. Complete applications are due Thursday, March 10, 2022, by 11:59 PM MST, and additional program details can be found at the link above. Please contact Maggie Dillavou if you have any questions or concerns.

Maggie Dillavou

Agfinity, Inc.

Sales and Marketing Coordinator

Office: 970-454-4073

Vicki Carroll Memorial Scholarship

The Wyoming Chapter of ARMA’s scholarship opportunities relate to enrollees at Wyoming community colleges or the University of Wyoming.

Vicki Carroll Memorial Scholarship

Vicki Carroll was one of the original chapter members when the Wyoming Chapter of ARMA was chartered in 1979. She served on multiple board positions, and was President from 1997 to 1999. Vicki was an active, positive and encouraging RIM professional until her life was cut short by a tragic disease. In 2006 the chapter honored Vicki’s work and dedication to the chapter by naming its scholarship and educational opportunities after her.

The Vicki Carroll Memorial Scholarship Fund has been updated to assist ARMA Wyoming members in furthering their education in the dynamic field of records and information management. Scholarship awarding is managed by the Wyoming Chapter of ARMA Board..”

The Vicki Carroll Memorial Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to ARMA Wyoming members for the following:

  • University and College Studies (ARMA Wyoming Members Only): Applicant must select courses from an accredited university or college. Courses must be related to records/information management, archive/library science or computer science.
  • Certification (ARMA Wyoming Members Only): Applicant may be awarded scholarship funds to pursue a certification as a Certified Records Manager (CRM) through the Institute of Certified Records Managers or Information Governance Professional (IGP) through ARMA International.
  • Seminars (ARMA Wyoming members only): Scholarship funds can be awarded for seminar registration costs. This pertains to registration costs for seminars/conferences In either case, the area of learning must be related to aforementioned disciplines. Seminars must be related to records/information management or archive/library science.

The Wheatland Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a minimum of one (1) scholarship to a college student from Platte County who is currently enrolled full-time in college (and/or technical school), but who has not yet attained their degree. The amount of the scholarship will be determined by the Wheatland Kiwanis Club. This scholarship can be applied for use outside of the state of Wyoming. The scholarships will be sent to any school of the recipient’s choice (upon proof of registration).

Any student from Platte County interested in the scholarships should write a letter of application requesting consideration. The letter and attachments should include the following information. Only hard copies of all attachments please. Referrals to websites and/or incomplete, unsigned, late and/or unclear applications will NOT be considered. The letter must include the following information:

Name, address and phone number
E-mail address
Date graduated, and from which Platte County school
Semester of entry and name of post-secondary school being attended
Educational goals and career plans
Statement of financial need
Summary of work experience
Summary of community and/or volunteer service
Summary of college activities
Signed copy of high school and/or college transcripts for seven semesters.
ACT composite score
Letters of recommendation (no more than three) optional. These letters should be from your current professors.
Please review the application process to make sure you fulfilled all requirements.
Applications must be received on or before April 15 to the following address:

Jim Lockwood

131 Front Road

Wheatland, WY 82201

WyHy Federal Credit Union

WyHy Federal Credit Union is offering two (2) $2,000 and two (2) $1,000 onetime scholarships for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must be:

  • A WyHy member as a primary or joint owner for at least a year
  • Registered, or planning to register, as a full-time student (12 credits or more) in a U.S. accredited undergraduate college, university, or technical school.
  • Not be an employee or relative of an employee of WyHy Federal Credit Union. Volunteers and relatives of volunteers are also not eligible.

A scholarship application must be submitted by May 31st. Visit the link above for full details as well as for an on-line or a printable application. You may also apply in branch.

Wyoming Archaeological Society

The Wyoming Archaeological Society offers several scholarships each year for students studying anthropology, archaeology, history, American Studies, and/or Native American studies in Wyoming.

Applications for the following scholarships are available on the website listed above.

The David Reiss Memorial Community College Scholarship awards $500.00 with an application deadline of April 1st.

Questions?  Please feel free to call Jenny Aiello at (406) 579-6832.

The Wyoming Conference of Building Officials

The Wyoming Conference of Building Officials (W.C.B.O.) Scholarship Program will be awarding scholarships for the 2023-2024 school year. The W.C.B.O. Board of Directors established the W.C.B.O. Scholarship Program in 2021. Scholarships are given to graduates of Wyoming high schools who enroll in a Wyoming college, university, or trade school approved by the W.C.B.O. Scholarship Committee and who are pursuing courses of study which could lead to a career in the construction/building industry. These fields include, but are not limited to, general building construction, electrical, mechanical and plumbing fields; business management, accounting; office procedures and management; computer skills and safety.

Scholarship applications are available on the website: Wyoming Conference of Building Officials

Questions? Please contact Wilson & Associates in Cheyenne: 307.632.1776

Wyoming Council of the Blind

Since 1992, The WYCB Board of Directors has committed it’s efforts to provide educational support for individuals with low vision and blindness. The Board believes that educational development will result in increased work opportunities. Please review the application requirements and other pertinent information. You can use the link above to view the requirements. Application is posted at the very bottom of the page. If you have any questions or need additional clarification, please contact Dolores Dolbare at 307.234.4084 or email

The application must be postmarked no later than March 15th of the current year. The Scholarship Committee will review all applications submitted and will make a decision on or before April 15th of the current year. The scholarship will be awarded at the annual WYCB State Convention in Casper. The WYCB scholarship recipient is expected to be present to receive the scholarship.

Please send all documents no later than March 15th to:

Dolores Dolbare

Wyoming Council of the Blind

1619 Hyview Drive

Casper, Wyoming  82604

Wyoming Daughters of the American Revolution

Wyoming Daughters of the American Revolution has a scholarship opportunity for students who have completed one year of college at an accredited institution.


  • Amount distributed is one scholarship in the amount of $3,000 for one year
  • Specific to Wyoming residents who are graduates of Wyoming high schools, or recipients of a General Equivalency Degree (GED). This scholarship is not open to graduating high school seniors, rather, an eligible applicant must have already graduated and completed one year at an accredited institution.
  • Must be of Native American descent of 1/8 or higher.
  • Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.
  • Attach your most recent transcript to the application.
  • Financial need must be demonstrated by completing the Financial Aid Affidavit on the application.
  • A written essay is required.
  • A personal interview may be required.
  • Students may reapply each year that they are in school.
  • Students can be part-time or full-time through each semester

Visit the website today to apply. Deadline is March 5th.

Wyoming Geological Association

The Wyoming Geological Association has 4 scholarships available for application today! These scholarship opportunities are open to students studying Geology, Geoscience, and Earth Science. Please see their website for more information and specific scholarship details.

Wyoming Homemakers Scholarship

Available To: Continuing Education Students who are residents of the State of Wyoming, second year or above in college.

Provided by: Wyoming Homemakers

Number of Awards: One

Amount: $500 or amount according to funds available

Due Date: March 15 every year

Scholarship Committee will be Wyoming Homemakers

Payment: These awards will be paid to the college upon receipt of a registration form or verification of enrollment in the semester following application.

The Wyoming Homemakers will award a scholarship for a student in the second year or above in college. The amount will vary according to funds available. The student awarded must be working towards a degree, be a full time student (12 credits), and meet one of the following criteria:

  1. Attend an accredited Wyoming Community College.
  2. Attend the University of Wyoming
  3. Attend an affiliated college in the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program or a college with a reciprocal tuition program.
  4. Attend a Wyoming trade school for education.
  5. Be taking on-line classes at an accredited institution while living in Wyoming.

The goal of the Wyoming Homemakers is to promote continuing education in all of its forms and the values of the Wyoming Homemakers Association ie. home, family and education.

This scholarship will be awarded on these points:

  • Scholarship                                 40%
  • Financial Need                           30%
  • Leadership                                  10%
  • Citizenship                                  10%
  • Community Involvement         10%

Please email for an application.

Return applications to: Beverly Reed, 1003 Dull Center Rd, Douglas, WY 82633.

The Wyoming Retired Education Personnel scholarship, in the amount of $750, is for the purpose of attending a Wyoming Community College for the 2022/2023 academic year. Eligibility requirements are as follows:

  • A Wyoming resident
  • An incoming sophomore (at least 30 credits)
  • An education major
  • High School and College GPA of 3.0
  • Financial need

Wyoming Telecommunications Association

The Wyoming Telecommunications 2023 Scholarship is for students who desire to further their education in the telecommunications industry or technical skill development. This scholarship is $1,000 for 1 (one) student fall 2023. The application is open to students graduating high school in 2023 as well as to those students currently enrolled in a college or vocational institution. Student or student’s parents/guardians must receive telecommunications service from a participating WyTA member.

Use the link above to read more. Application deadline: April 14

Wyoming Trucking Association, Inc

The Wyoming Trucking Association Scholarship Fund will be awarding its Transportation Education Scholarships for the 2023-2024 school year. To qualify, students must be a Wyoming high school graduate, attend a Wyoming school (University, Community College or trade school) approved by the WTA Scholarship Committee, and plan to pursue a course of study which will lead to a career in the Highway Transportation Industry with the following approved courses of study: business management, computer skills, accounting, office procedures and management, safety, diesel mechanics and truck driving.

Scholarship applications are available via download on the WTA’s website. Enter scholarship in the search box. The completed applications should be submitted to the Wyoming Trucking Association, PO Box 1175, Casper WY 82602, before February 3, 2023. If you have any questions, please call Wyoming Trucking Association in Casper: 307.234.1579

Wyoming Young Contractors Association Scholarship

The Wyoming Young Contractors Association (WYCA) Scholarship program is designed to assist individuals in their pursuit of further education and training for career advancement in the construction industry.

Eligibility requirements:

  1. Applicant must be a United States Citizen
  2. Applicant must have Wyoming State residency (1 year minimum)
  3. Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited, Wyoming based University/College, Career/ Technical School, or enrolled in a skilled trades training program approved by the scholarship committee
  4. Applicant must be enrolled in a course of study that is directly related to the Construction Industry and/or is approved by the scholarship committee
  5. Applicant must be between the ages of 18 and 45 at the time of submittal

Application forms are available in the Gillette College and Sheridan College Financial Aid Offices as well as by contacting:

Wyoming Young Contractors Association
PO Box 965
Cheyenne, WY 82003
307.637.4429 fax

Applications will be reviewed regularly by a selection committee of WYCA members, and awards will be distributed on a need basis per individual application. Funds will be paid directly to the university, college or technical/training school. Students may apply for successive years.

The Wyoming Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) announces that it will grant a $750.00 scholarship during the spring semester of the 2020 school year. The recipient of this scholarship will be a deserving student preparing for a career in natural resource conservation or a related field at an accredited college, university, or vocational school in Wyoming.

In order to be eligible for this scholarship, the following criteria must be met:
1. Successful completion of at least one year of study in an accredited college, university, or vocational school in Wyoming;
2. A cumulative GPA of at least 3.0;
3. Enrolled in an agricultural or natural resource conservation related curriculum; and,
4. Show reasonable need for financial assistance.

Previous scholarship winners are ineligible.

Scholarship application form (email, copy of transcripts (originals are not necessary), and one letter of recommendation (preferably from an employer or instructor) must be submitted no later than March 31, 2020 to:
Wyoming Chapter SWCS Scholarship Committee
c/o Dicksie Michael
1017 Highway 14A
Powell, WY 82435-9234

The student selected to receive this scholarship award will be recognized by the Wyoming SWCS Chapter at their annual meeting to be held the summer of 2020.

If you have questions concerning this scholarship program, please contact Dicksie at 307-271-3126 or

Interest-Free Loans

While interest-free student loans are a source of funding that students have to pay back after graduation, this type of loan does not charge or collect interest. What you borrow is what you will pay back! Check out the information below for three local foundations that provide interest-free student loans.

The Dodd and Dorothy L Bryan Foundation Interest-free academic loans

$5,000.00 Maximum per Year, Deadline – June 15th

$1,000.00 for Summer School for Existing Students. Deadline for Summer School – Summer School Loans for Existing Loan Recipients – See Renewal Application

The following criteria must be met:

  1. Must have been a resident of Sheridan, Campbell or Johnson County in Wyoming; Powder River, Rosebud or Big Horn County in Montana for at least one year prior to the date the application is filed.
  2. For academic loans, the applicant must be under the age of 25 at the time the application is filed at the office of the Bryan Foundation. Under special circumstances, the Board of Directors may make an exception. For vocational loans, there is no age limit except that, if the applicant is over 30 years of age at the time the application is filed at the office of the Foundation, approval will require an affirmative vote of four directors.
  3. Must submit a completed formal application.
  4. Must submit full high school transcript or most recent college grade report with application.
  5. Must have GPA of 2.50 cumulative in high school and 2.25 cumulative in college. The GPA of 2.25 must be maintained in college while carrying a minimum of twelve credit hours.
  6. A need for assistance, applicant, and parents or guardian, must have completed and signed the application form and submitted a copy of their most recent Federal Tax Return Form (page 1 and 2). The amount of parents contribution has some bearing on the Decision of the Board of Directors.
  7. Both parents must co-sign your notes unless applicant is living with one parent, then that parent must sign. If applicant is married, spouse must also sign the notes, and also have a Co-Signer. PLEASE NOTE ALL NOTES MUST BE SIGNED IN THIS OFFICE. THIS MEANS YOU AND BOTH YOUR PARENTS OR GUARDIAN MUST COME TO THIS OFFICE (Unless other arrangements are made with the Office Manager).
  8. Must arrange with the college office to have a copy of your grades sent to the office of the Dodd and Dorothy L. Bryan Foundation at the end of each reporting period until graduation even though you may not borrow for every semester or quarter.
  9. Loans are automatically extended for succeeding school years if grade requirements are met.
  10. Must keep the Foundation informed of your current address at all times and also that of your parents if there is a change.
  11. Repayments, on a monthly schedule, are $100.00 on the first $5,000.00 borrowed and 15.00 per thousand after that. Negotiable with borrower at time of graduation or leaving school. Full repayment should be made as soon as possible so that others in need may use the money.
  12. Deadline for applications is June 15th. Applications are voted on at our June meeting. This is the last Monday of the month.


Whitney Benefits Interest Free Loans

Up to $24,000 for undergraduate or vocational studies

  • $6,000 per academic year for undergraduate studies, with a total loan of $24,000; or
  • Up to $24,000 for a vocational program of study, divided equally over the number of terms of the program.
  • An additional $16,000 for graduate or professional studies; $40,000 total loan for undergraduate and graduate studies.
  • All past and present students are limited to a maximum $40,000 lifetime credit limit.

Graduates of an accredited Sheridan/Johnson County High School,
Students who have obtained a GED from a Sheridan/Johnson County High School or from Sheridan College,
Individuals that have had at least four years of continuous residency in Sheridan or Johnson County immediately prior to applying for a loan.

Applicants must have:
• A 2.5 cumulative grade point average from high school, or
• A 2.25 cumulative grade point average from college.

Other requirements do exist

Fall semester – October 1
Spring semester – March 1


  • Be related to Whitney Benefits Board members.
  • Currently have loans with the Dodd and Dorothy L. Bryan Foundation, B.F. and Rose H. Perkins Foundation, or any other private foundation.
  • Currently be receiving a Daniels Fund scholarship.

Whitney, in its sole and absolute discretion, has the authority to determine whether a student meets qualification for loan approval.

B.F. & Rose H. Perkins Foundation Interest-Free Student Loans

This is a local foundation not affiliated with the National Perkins Loans

Money in amounts agreed upon by the Board of Trustees of B.F. and Rose H. Perkins Foundation, not to exceed $5,000.00 a year, will be loaned to needy and worthy young men and women who have resided in Sheridan County for more than one year and graduated from an accredited High School located in Sheridan County. There is no limitation on the accumulated total loan amount.

  1. The loan applicant shall be no more than 20 years of age when making the initial application, however, once a student has received assistance from the foundation they are eligible for future loans with no limitations on age.
  2. The loan applicant must provide a transcript of grades showing a minimum of a 2.5 GPA with the initial application.
  3. The loan shall be an honor loan without interest.
  4. The recipient of the funds shall be required to sign a promissory note pledging to repay such funds at the suggested rate in the repayment schedule, starting in the sixth month after graduation, or termination of schooling. Said note shall be co-signed as required, unless waived by the Foundation Board of Directors.
  5. Money borrowed from the B.F. & Rose H. Perkins Foundation for a particular purpose shall become due in full at once if used for any other purpose.
  6. If the student drops out of school or discontinues school for any reason, the note or notes shall become due and payable and payments shall start no later than the sixth month after leaving school.
  7. Transcript of grades must be sent to the office of the Foundation at the end of each reporting period. Grades lower than 2.25 based on 12 credit hours minimum per grade period will disqualify the borrower for additional loans until grades meet the requirements.
  8. The applicant must be registering as a full-time student, i.e., a minimum of 12 credit hours per grade period.
  9. Insurance coverage is required in an amount at least equal to the amount you will borrow until graduation and it must be kept in force until the loan is paid in full. A collateral assignment must be furnished the Foundation either on a new or existing policy. Failure to keep it in force until the loan is paid in full will cause the entire loan to become due and payable.