If you are a student seeking a scholarship from one of our scholarship funds, you’re in the right place. Our General Scholarship Application is now open. Explore our page to learn more and apply for nearly 60 scholarships.Next Section
Through nearly 100 scholarship funds, the Community Foundation awards up to $1 million each academic year. Since 2000, that’s more than $13 million to students across Kentucky to help them reach their academic dreams.
The online application process for most scholarships is open from December to March each year. Please visit the links below for more information about the various scholarship opportunities available.
Interested in learning how you might qualify for over $1.3 M in scholarships? Take a minute to watch this video and find out your next steps!
Scholarship Program Details
Create an account & submit an online application today!
The online application process for scholarships is open from December 15, 2017 –March 15, 2018. Once the general application is submitted, you will then be automatically matched to scholarships for which you are eligible. Create an online account and complete the general application by clicking the icon below. Good luck!
Indiana University Southeast
The Community Foundation is excited to announce a new partnership with Indiana University Southeast. Any student who has been accepted at and plans to attend Indiana University Southeast, and who has received a scholarship from the Community Foundation of Louisville, may be eligible for a one-time, matched scholarship of up to $1,000.
Vogt Educational & Leadership Scholarship
The late Henry V. Heuser, Sr. established a college tuition scholarship fund for students in Jefferson County who demonstrate high standards of scholarship, citizenship, and leadership. The Community Foundation of Louisville administers this scholarship fund. Scholarship winners will receive a one-time award of $10,000 to be used for tuition, books, and academic fees at any accredited four-year undergraduate program that leads to a BA/BS degree. Being named a Vogt Scholar may also lead to further merit-based awards, particularly at local and regional colleges and universities.
Qualified applicants include any high school senior attending a JCPS High School who have:
• Demonstrated leadership in school, extra-curricular and community activities
• A cumulative (weighted) GPA of 3.2 or higher
• An ACT score of 25 or higher, or an SAT of 1150 or higher (Critical Reading and Math Scores Combined)
• Completed and/or enrolled Advanced Placement or equivalent college-level curriculum