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Wal-Mart is one of the most widely recognized retail chains in the United States. Through their Wal-Mart Foundation they sponsor a variety of philanthropic initiatives, including scholarships for current employees and their dependents.

Residential merit based housing scholarship

Early bird: November 15, 2017 - Final: March 1, 2018

Early Start Scholarship - $2,000

The Early Start Scholarship is available to students who get a head-start on their education by enrolling for Central Penn's Summer academic term. Scholarship recipients will be awarded $2,000 to be divided over their first four terms of tuition. Up to 90 students are awarded the Early Start Scholarship annually.

Recipients are selected on the following criteria:

Aside from finding scholarships through a search, common state scholarships will be offered by guidance counselors or college admissions offices via . State scholarships will be both merit and are needs-based. will recognize high school academic achievements and standardized test scores, while needs-based scholarships examine finance and individual ability to pay for college.

Academic Scholarship - $1,000/term for your entire education

for the FBLA/DECA Scholarship.

The FBLA/DECA Scholarship is available to student members of the FBLA club. Scholarship recipients will be awarded $1,000 to be divided over their first three terms of tuition. The FBLA/DECA Scholarship is awarded to all qualifying student applicants.

Private Scholarship Matching - $1,000

Financial Aid & Scholarships works to serve students by providing excellent customer service, accurate information and a wide range of funding opportunities.

Recipients are selected on the following criteria:

Financial Aid & Scholarships strives to be the leader in quality customer service, helping students overcome financial and enrollment barriers in the pursuit of higher education.

Recipients are selected on the following criteria:

The Private Scholarship Matching Program is available to students who have been awarded an outside scholarship (scholarship funds awarded to a student through an agency or other source outside of Central Penn College to be used toward Central Penn College tuition). Scholarship recipients will be awarded matching funds up to $1,000. Private Scholarship Matching Program funds are awarded to all qualifying student applicants.

Applicants must be fully admitted by the scholarship deadline.

Recipients are selected on the following criteria:

Looking for more? Here's a list of additional scholarships with February deadlines. Learn about eligibility requirements and how to apply through the links provided below.

Deadline: Fall-May 1; Spring-October 15

for the Opportunity Scholarship.

The success scholarship is available to students who demonstrate a strong desire to continue their education. Scholarship recipientswill be awarded up to $500 over their first 3 terms.

Applicants must be fully admitted by the scholarship deadline.

Early bird: November 15, 2017, Final: March 1, 2018

Incoming transfers who are members of Phi Theta Kappa, who have a 3.0 GPA, and are a Texas resident can apply for the UTSA Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship of $2,500. Incoming transfers must email their proof of PTK membership to .