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Our scholarships are funded by donors who believe in the young people of Boone County.

What is your dream for the future? Are you a dedicated student? An exceptional athlete? A talented technician or a committed community volunteer? No matter your talents, abilities and passions, the Community Foundation of Boone County wants to help you use them to pursue your higher education dreams.

Since 1991, CFBC has awarded over $7 million in scholarships to local students. Our donors believe in the value of higher education and how it can change a life. Through their generosity and passion, we are able to offer scholarships to students from our local communities to help make dreams come true, no matter the talents, abilities, and passions. 

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Available Scholarships

Lebanon High School

Western Boone
High School

Zionsville High School

Sheridan High School

Post Graduate, Current College & Non-Boone County Students

Steps On How To Apply

01.

Create an account on our Online Scholarship Application Portal.

02.

Complete your profile.

03.

Submit your application by the deadlines.

We’ve compiled a list of resources that are helpful in your higher education planning.

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is a form that provides data on which financial aid decisions are based. Students may complete the FAFSA starting on January 1 prior to the fall when they will enroll.

The College Board is a good overall site for information about financial aid and provides a free scholarship search service.

College Navigator provides an easy resource for students to compare all colleges and their costs in a uniform format.

Ultimate FAFSA Resource Guide provides multiple resources and links to help you with completing your FAFSA.

FastWeb helps students make the decisions that shape their lives like choosing a college, paying for college, and finding jobs during and after college.

GoodCall integrates data and technology to make finding scholarships easier for students and their families.

List of Online Colleges by State is a free, comprehensive resource ideal for prospective students considering online education. 

U.S. Department of Education provides the Student Guide to Financial Aid, which is a comprehensive source of information to explain financial aid and how to apply for it.

Questions about our scholarships? Please contact Ali Maxey, our Director of Scholarships.