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Connecticut Scholarships, Financial Aid and Education Resource

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There are 129,158 full time students in the 44 colleges and universities of Connecticut


Albertus Magnus College New Haven, Connecticut
Asnuntuck Community College Enfield, Connecticut
Capital Community College Hartford, Connecticut
Central Connecticut State University New Britain, Connecticut
Connecticut College New London, Connecticut
Eastern Connecticut State University Willimantic, Connecticut
Fairfield University Fairfield, Connecticut
Gateway Community College New Haven, Connecticut
Goodwin College East Hartford, Connecticut
Holy Apostles College and Seminary Cromwell, Connecticut
Housatonic Community College Bridgeport, Connecticut
Lincoln College of New England Hartford Hartford, Connecticut
Lincoln College of New England Southington Southington, Connecticut
Lincoln College of New England Suffield Suffield, Connecticut

Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts Old Lyme, Connecticut
Manchester Community College Manchester, Connecticut
Middlesex Community College Middletown, Connecticut
Mitchell College New London, Connecticut
Naugatuck Valley Community College Waterbury, Connecticut
Northwestern Connecticut Community College Winsted, Connecticut
Norwalk Community College Norwalk, Connecticut
Paier College of Art Inc Hamden, Connecticut
Post University Waterbury, Connecticut
Quinebaug Valley Community College Danielson, Connecticut
Quinnipiac University Hamden, Connecticut
Sacred Heart University Fairfield, Connecticut
Saint Joseph College West Hartford, Connecticut
Southern Connecticut State University New Haven, Connecticut
St Vincent's College Bridgeport, Connecticut
Three Rivers Community College Norwich, Connecticut
Trinity College Hartford, Connecticut
Tunxis Community College Farmington, Connecticut
United States Coast Guard Academy New London, Connecticut
University of Bridgeport Bridgeport, Connecticut
University of Connecticut Storrs, Connecticut
University of Connecticut Avery Point Groton, Connecticut
University of Connecticut Stamford Stamford, Connecticut
University of Connecticut Tri Campus Waterbury, Connecticut

University of Hartford West Hartford, Connecticut
University of New Haven West Haven, Connecticut
University of Phoenix Fairfield County Campus Norwalk, Connecticut
Wesleyan University Middletown, Connecticut
Western Connecticut State University Danbury, Connecticut
Yale University New Haven, Connecticut

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State Department of Education
Connecticut Department of Education

450 Columbus Boulevard
Hartford, CT Hartford, CT 06103
Phone: (860)713-6543

State Higher Education Agency
Office of Higher Education

450 Columbus Blvd
Hartford, CT 13601-1841
Phone: (860)713-6543

Special Education Agency
Connecticut State Department of Education
Bureau of Special Education

P.O. Box 2219
Hartford, CT 06145-2219
Phone (860) 713-6910

State Adult Education Agency
Adult Education

450 Columbus Boulevard
Hartford, CT 06103
Phone: (860)713-6543

Connecticut Scholarships

http://www.collegerank.net/scholarships-in-connecticut/

Connecticut BBB Student Ethics Scholarship Award - $2,500 scholarship is for those who show leadership, integrity, and academic merit.

Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists Scholarship - $2,500 scholarship


Karen Ann Shopis-Fox Memorial Scholarship- $2,500 scholarship for landscape architecture students.


Governor's Scholarship – Need and Merit-Based Award - $5,000 scholarship


The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc. Scholarship Fund - $2,500 environmental scholarship is right up your alley.


Alma Exley Scholarship Program - $5,000 scholarship awarded every year to minority college juniors, seniors or master’s degree-seekers in education. 

The Connecticut Community Foundation- 45 scholarships worth at least $1,000 each.


Connecticut Independent College Student Grant Program - $7,875 scholarship. Awarded based on your financial needs.


Connecticut Rising Junior Accounting Scholarship - $5,000 renewable scholarship. 

Tina E. Yeh Community Service Fellowship- Yale $3,000 volunteer scholarship.


Connecticut Architecture Foundation Scholarships - $5,000 scholarship for architecture.


Connecticut Building Congress Scholarships - This $2,000 scholarship is open to Connecticut high schoolers looking to get into construction management, surveying, engineering and similar majors.


Connecticut National Guard Foundation Scholarship Program - $4,000 scholarship.


Win Cash for Class Scholarship Program- If you are a member of Connecticut’s Healthcare Financial Management Association, you or your family members can apply for this $4,000 scholarship.


Yale New Haven Hospital Minority Nursing and Allied Health Scholarships - If you are a Native American, African-American, Hispanic, Alaska Native or Asian and are about to graduate high school. $2,000 per year.


Tabor Foundation Fund - $4,000 scholarship to health care majors. 

David Silverstone Watershed Fund Leadership Scholarship - $5,000 scholarship about the environment. 

Passport to Promise - $1,000 scholarship. You can apply athttp://app.newhavenpromise.org.

The Teddy Lee Drumm Memorial Scholarship - $1,500 scholarship, It also doesn’t matter where in the United States your school is located

The Robert T. Kenney Scholarship Program at the American Savings Foundation - $3,500 need-based grant for community college, university and vocational students in any of 64 cities across Connecticut.


Caryn Nesbitt, M.D. Memorial Scholarship- Female graduate students in the medical field will appreciate this renewable $2,000 scholarship for both its value and its rarity. 

CarterCares Scholarship - $2,000 prize for high school seniors who will be in college come the fall semester.


The Connecticut Library Association Scholarship - If you also still live in Connecticut or work in a Connecticut library, you qualify or this $2,000 scholarship. 

DiGiovanni Future Teacher Scholarship Fund - $2,000 scholarship for teachers-to-be. You must be a full-time student with at least three semesters behind you and must be pursuing a teaching career in Connecticut. 

Hartford Foundation College Scholarships - 50 scholarships worth at least $3,000 each.


The Leonard H. Bulkeley Scholarship Fund - $2,500 scholarship.

The Connecticut Junior Soccer Association Scholarship - $1,000 scholarship 

CATA Penny F. Dunker-Polek Scholarship - $1,000 scholarship is targeted at undergraduate athletic training students and are members of the National Athletic Training Association and the Connecticut Athletic Training Association. 

 Joe Lieberman Connecticut Scholarship Program - $1,500 Joe Lieberman Connecticut Scholarship program is a very popular one that ends quickly because it only accepts the first 500 applications they receive.

Dr. Diters Scholarship - $5,000 scholarship to students in health-related fields. 

Karl J. Schwartz Rotary Award Fund Scholarship Program - Renewable $6,000 scholarship.

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Bruce Fishkin Scholarship - FOr students entering their senior year of high school in the fall of 2018 who are residents or attend high school in one of the following areas: Chicago, Illinois or the counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry or Will, Illinois; Las Vegas, Nevada and suburbs of the area, or Fairfield, Greens Farms, Redding or Westport, Connecticut.

NEWWA Scholarships - For incoming and current undergraduate and graduate students who reside in New England or attend a college/university in New England. Applicant must be majoring in civil engineering or environmental engineering and be a member of NEWWA.

Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship - Amount: Up to $18,000 - For entering and returning students at an accredited undergraduate institution in the United States. Applicant must be a resident of a New England state.