Scholarship Opportunities

Arizona Community Foundation Scholarship

  • High school seniors, current college students, graduate students, or adult re-entry students attending accredited schools anywhere in the U.S. may apply.
  • Scholarships are available for two-year and four-year colleges and universities, as well as technical and vocational schools.
  • Must be a high school senior, current college student, or adult re-entry students who are planning to attend


  • If you are enrolled in an accredited vocational school, college or university for a career in the human health care field, can submit proof of registration to your chosen school and are a legal citizen of the United States, you are eligible for the Casa Grande Community Hospital Foundation Scholarship.
    1. Do you plan to enroll full time in an accredited vocational school, college, or university for a career in the human health care field?
    2. Are you a legal resident of the geographic areas served by Banner Casa Grande Medical Center/Casa Grande Community Hospital Foundation (western Pinal County)?
    3. Can you submit proof of registration and acceptance to your chosen school to Kaitee-Doll-Bell with Banner Casa Grande Medical Center Volunteer Services/Foundation by August 31, 2018 for the Fall semester and by January 31, 2019 for Spring Semester? (A check will then be sent to you for use towards tuition, books, fees, and/or room and board at the school of choice. The vocational school, college, or university attended must be accredited or recognized as an approved program by the appropriate agencies.)

Casa Grande Rotary

  • A minimum 2.50 cumulative GPA for any graduating senior from a public, private or parochial school in the Casa Grande area.
  • Will be attending any post-secondary educational institution, as a full time student in the fall of 2019, and demonstrates a need of financial support.

Cesar E. Chavez Scholarship

  • The Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Committee of Casa Grande is awarding educational scholarships for a maximum of $1,000 for the 2020-21 school year.
  • The applicant must be a current Pinal County resident, senior in high school, and complete all of the requirements listed below.
  • Payment of scholarship funds is contingent upon satisfactory proof of acceptance and enrollment in a post-secondary institution.

Central Arizona College

Coolidge Rotary Club Scholarship

  • The Coolidge Rotary Club is offering $500 scholarships.
  • The number of scholarships available is dependent on Rotary Club funding.
  • A senior that is graduating from a high school located in Coolidge or a senior that lives in Coolidge (e.g. home schooled).
  • Interested in pursuing post-secondary education within 1 year of graduating from High School.
  • Involved in your community, school etc.
  • Have a 2.0 GPA or Above
  • 2021 Application

Elks Legacy Award

  • Legacy Awards are $4,000 scholarships available to children and grandchildren of Elks members.
  • Must be a high school senior.
  • Apply online only. The 2020 Legacy Awards application deadline is January 31, 2020 at 11:59 a.m. Central Time.
  • Must take SAT or ACT

Flinn Scholarship

  • The Flinn Scholarship Program, in partnership with Arizona’s three state universities, provides enriched educational offerings that expand a Scholar’s life and career options while creating the kind of stimulating, intellectually challenging environment that some students assume can only be found at the nation’s most selective colleges.
  • Be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (Green Card holder) by time of application;
  • Be an Arizona resident for two full years immediately preceding entry to the university.
  • As a general rule, Flinn Scholarship applicants should:
    • Participate and demonstrate leadership in a variety of extracurricular activities;
    • Attain at least a 3.5 grade-point average (unweighted);
    • Rank in the top 5 percent of their graduating class (if the school reports class rank);
    • Score a minimum 29* on the ACT (composite score), or 1340* on the SAT I (ERW+M). We do not consider the writing section of the ACT or the optional essay section of the SAT.

Florence Copper

  • The 2021 'Creating Opportunities' Scholarship Program is open and accepting application packets.
  • The program has awarded scholarships of varying amounts to local students in the community who demonstrate outstanding achievements.
  • Interested students will find eligibility information and requirements, which includes a video submission, in the application packet.
  • Deadline to apply is May 3, 2021 and the scholarship recipients will be announced in late May.
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The Kiwanis Club of Casa Grande

Maricopa TrailBlazers 4-H Scholarship

  • All qualified 4-H members scholarship packets need to be turned into our office no later than February 8th at 5 pm. You need to submit the original plus 5 copies if you want to be considered for state and county awards.
  • Be enrolled in and an active member of the Maricopa County 4-H Program (if not a resident of Maricopa County, a county agreement must be on file in the 4-H Office).
  • Have been enrolled in the designated project area for at least two (2) of the past four (4) years, including the current year.
  • Be a graduating high school student or first-year college student, up to 19 years of age, who will be enrolled in a post high school educational institution this fall.

Northern Arizona University

Pinal 40 Scholarship

  • Pinal 40, Inc. will be awarding scholarships to individuals who have a desire to further their education and/or seek a career in the field of Agriculture.
  • Must be a graduating senior from a Pinal County high school, or must be a student from Pinal County who passed the General Educational Development (GED) test, or must be a home school student from Pinal County who can provide a certificate of completion from their home schooling program, or must be a full-time college student from Pinal County or attending college in Pinal County
  • Have a minimum of a 2.5 GPA

Resolution Copper

  • Resolution Copper is dedicated to ensuring that today’s local students are tomorrow’s qualified candidates for careers in Arizona’s mining industry. Our scholarships provide financial assistance as a means of aiding local graduating high school seniors in their pursuit of higher education while encouraging students of promise to explore career opportunities in the mining industry and related fields centered on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
  • Eligible institutions must have a physical campus located in Arizona (i.e., no “correspondence” schools) and must meet at least one of the eligibility criteria set forth below:
  • A college or university meeting the accreditation requirements of one of the national college or university accrediting bodies.
  • A community or junior college or a college preparatory, secondary, trade, technical, or business school accredited by an appropriate governmental agency or state department of education or other reputable agency.
  • The recipient must enroll as, and at all times remain, a full-time student attending an eligible institution during the entire academic year for which the award is granted.
  • The recipient must at all times maintain good academic standing with the eligible institution and not be placed in academic probation.
  • The recipient must perform 10 hours of community service within 12 months following receipt of award.
  • Participate in Scholarship Alumni Program which includes completion of 10 hours of community service or outreach within 12 months, and/or participation in Resolution Copper's Career Day.

Valley Foundation Scholarship

  • The Arizona Community Foundation allows high school seniors and current college students throughout Arizona to apply for more than 100 scholarship awards online with one general application.
  • Applicant must be a United States citizen.
  • Applicants can be graduating High School students, students currently attending college or those returning to college.
  • High School Applicants whose grade point average places them in the top 5% of their class will not be considered.

Vantage West Scholarship

Vantage West Credit Union (“Vantage West”) is a full service financial institution, offering a wide array of accounts and services. We are committed to our Members and the communities we serve.
We believe that education is a key factor in building personal financial stability. To that end, we are proud to offer a scholarship which can assist in furthering the recipients’ educational and financial successes.

Wal-Mart Associate Scholarship

The Walmart Foundation’s Associate Scholarship Program was created to empower our associates and their children through education. Over the past three decades, the Foundation has been proud to offer scholarships to eligible associates and their high school senior dependents to pursue two- or four-year college degrees, trade or technical school certificates.

  • Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident of the United States.
  • Must be employed part-time or full-time with any division of Walmart for at least six consecutive months prior to the application due date for the award period in which the associate is applying.
  • Must have graduated high school/home school, have obtained a GED or be a graduating high school senior who intends to enroll in a college or university upon graduation.
  • If applying as a graduating high school senior, must wait to apply until you are within 6 months of starting your college courses.
  • Must have financial need and be able to demonstrate the need with the required documents. (Note: Associates with other funds that pay entirely for tuition, books, fees and on-campus room and board are not eligible.)

Zonta Casa Grande Valley Foundation

Recognizing young women for their commitment to volunteerism, volunteer leadership achievements and dedication to empowering women worldwide.

  • Completion of the official application (may be downloaded from the Zonta International website,
  • Verification of current enrollment by school/institute official (if applicable), or
  • Letter from employer stating employment (if applicable).
  • Two recommendations from adults, not related to the applicant, such as teachers, school officials/employee supervisors or community leaders, which must be sent directly to Zonta International and not through the applicant.