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Students graduating from Randolph Union High School are eligible to apply for a wide range of scholarships to help reduce - or even eliminate - the cost of pursuing a college degree.

Check out the various scholarship opportunities below, and be sure to note deadlines and submission requirements.

Note: Many of the below scholarships require separate applications, which are generally available in the Student Services office or online. If you don't see the application you're looking for, please contact Karen Johnson in RU Student services or Beverly Taft, scholarship coordinator.

Another tremendous resource for scholarships and  information on how to pay for college is the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, commonly known as VSAC. We encourage you to check out some of their helpful links (in the "helpful links" box below); or visit their web site to learn more about scholarships and low interest student loans. You can visit their site by CLICKING HERE


Additional scholarship opportunities include:

League of Women Voters Winona Smith Scholarship
Prize: $1,500
Deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2024 @ Noon
Requirements: Graduating senior who has demonstrated an interest in civic participation and community service, who has a need for financial aid, and who is highly recommended by a teacher. Complete the online application (2 essays are required on this form), and ask your teacher to complete the recommendation form.

Website: Winona Smith Scholarship

Gifford Medical Center Auxiliary Health Profession Scholarship - Gifford Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship application available for graduating seniors pursuing a course of study in the health profession. 

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Lonny Wade Memorial Scholarship - This is a $2,000 scholarship given to eligible students who plan to attend a trade school.

Trades eligible for scholarship: Plumbing, heating, Electrician, Building, concrete, roofing, surveying, carpentry, welding, heavy equipment, HVAC, engineering, forestry and natural resources, law enforcement, public safety, emergency services, fire services and automotive. 

Student eligibility: Student must maintain a proficient grade with a recommendation letter from their teacher. Also, a letter from the student stating their course of study and a brief explanation about themselves and their future intentions and a copy of their acceptance letter.

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Angel with an A Memorial Scholarship  - Applicants must demonstrate good character through community involvement and/or with a letter of reference, and through a 500 word essay about a hardship that you have or are still trying to overcome.

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Sons of the American Legion Scholarship - Any student who is planning to attend a trade school or technical college and whose grandfather, grandmother, step grandparents, father, step father, mother, step mother, adopted parents or grandparents and brothers or sisters are a member of the American Legion Family (American Legion, Ladies Auxiliary, or Sons of the American Legion) are welcome to apply for this scholarship. 

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802 Credit Union Scholarship - Applicants must be members of the 802 Credit Union and attend a university or college in the fall of 2024.

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Vermont Federal Credit Union Scholarship - Applicants must be members of the VT Federal Credit Union and attend a university or college in the fall of 2024.

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Vermont Lions Hart Memorial Award - The Vermont Lions Hart Memorial award is presented to a graduating high school senior that has a disability or debilitating illness, either physically or mentally, and is planning to attend college upon graduating high school. 

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