There are many other potential scholarship sources that students should consider to help finance their education. Students should contact the higher education assistance agency in their home state for information about the possibility of state grants or scholarships. It is recommended that students apply for outside scholarships as soon as possible since most organizations have early application deadlines.
Scholarship aid is often available from high school and community organizations with which students or their parent(s) may be affiliated. Local libraries are excellent resources for finding information on scholarships from organizations throughout the United States. There are also a number of websites available to assist students in the scholarship search.
JWU has partnered with ScholarshipUniverse to help students match with external scholarships based on their personal profile. In addition to institutional scholarships below for which they may quality, all Wildcats are encouraged to explore this free tool to discover opportunities that help fund their education. Check back often, as scholarships are updated frequently.
Please also visit iGrad via jwuLink to view the Scholarship Center.
Many companies provide scholarship aid for children of their employees, while others provide aid directly to students who work for them part time while in school.
View the complete list of JWU scholarships, get more information and download applications.
American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation
Scholarship aid is allocated each year by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation to the College of Hospitality Management. Awards are made on the basis of student intent to work in the hotel industry, cumulative average and need. Sophomores who are continuing their education should contact their faculty advisor for further information. The foundation also offers numerous scholarships for culinary arts majors.