Transfer Scholarships

For general scholarship opportunities, you can search the U.S. Department of Labor's list of over 7,000 different scholarships, awards, and other sources. You can search by state, training level, or by groups you may belong to.  

You also have access to CollegeFish, a national school and scholarship search sponsored by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

Below are links to Kentucky institutions that offer transfer scholarships. Scholarship information is subject to change and based on the information provided by the four-year institutions. View the websites below for the most up-to-date information. 

Local Institutions
Northern Kentucky University ($2,500/yr)
Thomas More College -- Four is MORE  (up to $14,000/yr)
College of Mount St. Joseph (up to $6,000/yr)
Indiana Wesleyan University ($5,000-$8,000/yr)
Lindsey Wilson College (PTK only)
University of Cincinnati  (up to $6,000/yr)
Xavier University ($6,000-$13,000/yr, PTK gets max amount)

Kentucky Public Institutions
Kentucky Community and Technical College System
Eastern Kentucky University  (up to $4,000/yr)
Kentucky State University (up to full tuition, room, & board)
Morehead State University (various, up to full tuition)
Murray State University (various)
University of Kentucky  (up to full tuition)
University of Louisville (up to $3,000/yr, plus additional for PTK) 
Western Kentucky University (up to $4,000/yr)

Kentucky Private Institutions
Alice Lloyd College (up to full tuition, room,and board)
Bellarmine University (varies)
Berea College (full tuition, may also cover room and board)
Campbellsville University  ($3,000-$5,000/yr)
Centre College ($5,000-$21,000/yr)
Georgetown College ($7,000-$14,000/yr, plus additional for PTK)
Kentucky Wesleyan College (up to $5,500/yr)
Midway College  ($2,000-$5,000/yr)
University of Pikeville (up to $7,000/yr)
St. Catharine College (various)
Transylvania University ($7,500-$12,000)
Union College  (up to $12,000)

Other Resources for Transfer Scholarships
KnowHow2Go Scholarship listing 
Scholarships for students while at Gateway