NYS STEM Incentive Program - The NYS STEM Incentive Program provides a full SUNY tuition scholarship to the top 10 percent of students in each NYS high school if they pursue a STEM degree in an associate’s or bachelor’s degree program and agree to live in NYS and work in a STEM field in NYS for five years after graduation.
SUNY Canton College Foundation - Awards $400,000 in scholarship support to students annually. These funds are made possible by the generous donations of alumni, friends, faculty, staff, private foundations, and businesses. Continuing students may pick up an application at the Foundation Office located in the 2nd floor lobby of French Hall or by emailing email@example.com . Annual deadline.
Northern New York Community Foundation, Inc. - Scholarship program for residents of St Lawrence, Jefferson and Lewis counties. Students must be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program. Awards range from $500 to $3,000 annually. Multiple scholarships are available, see website for details on eligibility requirements and application process.
Canino Scholar Award - $1,000 tuition reimbursement awarded to graduating Associate degree students who have the best GPA when entering into a Bachelor's degree program at SUNY Canton. Awards are given for each of the bachelor degree programs. Students must fill out a readmission application online. Contact the Office of the Provost for details. Annual deadline.
AAUW Memorial Scholarship - Awarded to a SUNY Canton female student planning to transfer into four-year academic program (including those at SUNY Canton) with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. The scholarship will be awarded to a St. Lawrence County female student who has demonstrated leadership and community involvement. Preference will be given, but is not restricted to, non-traditional students and students in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields. The scholarship has been named in honor or memory of a local AAUW member. Application forms are available on the St. Lawrence County AAUW website.
NYSFAAA Scholarship - The Student Service Center will nominate one student in a two-year and one in a four-year degree program for consideration. A student must have a minimum of 3.0 cumulative GPA, complete the student portion of the application and submit an essay for consideration. Applications will be made available on an annual basis, application deadline is typically in September with awards made in October.
Canton Zonta College Scholarship - Awarded to a single parent who has returned to school to complete a college degree. Applicants must submit an essay stating why they are returning to school, the hardships they encountered and how they overcame them, and why college is important to them. The college will submit three candidates and the winner is selected by the Zonta Club of Canton Scholarship Committee.
Ogdensburg Zonta College Scholarship - There are three scholarships that students may apply for; One for Adult Learner and two Zonta District Awards. Only the Adult Learner is restricted to women who live within a 20 mile radius of Ogdensburg. All three are for females only.
Upromise Scholarship - Awards 100 scholarships of $2,500 each nationally each year. To qualify student must be full-time with a minimum 3.4 gpa and less than $80,000 household income. Complete eligibility guidelines can be viewed on their website.
International Order of the Golden Rule - Invites applications for the Koven L. Brown scholarship for $1000 to one mortuary science student with a gpa of at least a 3.0.
Applications are available in the Student Service Center for the Nettie M. Hewitt Scholarship provided by the Northern Federation of Women's Clubs.
Phi Theta Kappa has partnered with national organizations that provide significant scholarship support to community college students and those transferring to 4 year institutions. The organizations change every year and may be found online at PTK.org.
North Country Spouses' Club - Scholarships are available for individual spouses and children of active duty, reserve, or retired active duty military (officer or enlisted) that will be enrolled in a full or part-time accredited degree program during the academic year. Applicants or their military sponsors must reside in the Fort Drum area or associated communities. Individuals who will be attending a service academy or who accept any other full scholarship are not eligible to apply. Scholarships are based on scholastic merit and community involvement. Race, color, sex, national origin, or financial need will not influence the selection.
NYSAFP (New York State Association for Food Protection) - The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage students to explore educational programs related to food protection and/or agricultural related studies. Applicants must have completed at least two full semesters and provide their most recent transcript.
StudentScholarships.org - Students are encouraged to apply to any of the scholarships listed on their website.
Army Emergency Relief (AER) Scholarship - AER provides scholarships for dependent children and spouses of active duty, retired, and deceased Army Soldiers. Incorporated in 1942 by the Secretary of War and the Army Chief of Staff, AER is the Army's own emergency financial assistance organization. AER is a non-profit whose mission is to provide financial assistance to Army Soldiers in times of valid emergency need. AER's Scholarship Program is a secondary mission to help Army families with the cost of education. Scholarship applications are available on their website, additional information on types of scholarships, scholarship criteria, and deadlines may be found on their website.
The Syracuse Builders Exchange (SBE) - This scholarship is available to assist employees and employee children of SBE member companies, who plan to pursue continuing education in college. Recipients receive funding for full-time studies at a college or university in the United States. It is preferred that applicants reside in Onondaga County or contiguous counties and express a willingness to work in Central New York upon graduation. Applicants must be full-time employees of an SBE member firm, the children of an employee of an SBE member firm, high school seniors or graduates who plan to enroll, or students who are already enrolled in a full-time course of student at a college or university in the United States. Students in all career studies are eligible to apply, applications are available online.
Northern New York Builders Exchange (NNYBE) - Applications for the NNYBE scholarships are for college students in a construction related field. Requirements for the NNYBE scholarship are as follows:
- Must have completed one year of college prior to filing the application.
- Must have maintained at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA during previous year at college.
- Must be in a Construction related major. If the applicant, parent(s), or immediate family member are employed by a member of the NNYBE the field of student does not have to be construction related.
- Must submit a 100 word essay on their future plans, objectives and/or employment in the Construction or related industry.
- Must submit three letters of reference.
- Must submit transcripts for the past year of college with the application.