Scholarships Open to Students Pursuing a Certificate or Associate Degree

When students think about paying for postsecondary education, they might think scholarships are only for bachelor’s degree seeking students. The St. Louis Community Foundation administers over 40 scholarship programs that are open to students pursuing an associate degree or a certificate. Our donors established these programs with the goal of helping students gain a postsecondary credential that enhances their employment opportunities, recognizing that a certificate or associate degree improves career prospects.

The following scholarships are open to students pursuing a certificate or associate degree. Many of these scholarships are also open to students pursuing a bachelor’s degree. Click here to learn more about each scholarship program.

  • Butler’s Pantry Melinda Jackson Scholarship
  • Cuevas-Jones Family Scholarship
  • Curt Smith Sporting Goods Scholarship
  • Dennis G. Glore Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. Ciriaco “Jerry” Memmolo Memorial Scholarship
  • EHG Foundation Scholarship for Children of Tarlton Employees
  • Ernst and Florence Oltmann Scholarship
  • Ferguson-Florissant School District Scholarship
  • Fred E. Kiefer and Florence E. Kiefer Scholarship
  • Fred Weber, Sr. Memorial Scholarship
  • Fresh Start Scholarship
  • Friends of Saint Louis Municipal School of Nursing Scholarship
  • Girls, Inc. Betty Sims Wow Award! Scholarship
  • Glenn L. Moller, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
  • Graybar Construction Trades Scholarship
  • John and Isabel Campbell Memorial Scholarship
  • K. Ann Dempsey Honors Scholarship
  • Larry Carp Memorial Scholarship
  • Magellan Scholarship
  • Marjorie E. Chapman Memorial “Everybody Matters” Essay Scholarship
  • Marjorie E. Chapman Memorial Need-Based Scholarship
  • Mary and Ike Eichenberger Music Scholarship
  • Metal Exchange Corporation Morris Lefton Memorial Scholarship
  • Norwood Hills Scholarship
  • Nurses for Ferguson Scholarship
  • Officer Tamarris Bohannon Memorial Scholarship
  • Opaa! Kenneth L. Short Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • Redbird Rookies Saigh Scholars Scholarship
  • Rene Lerer Community Spirit Scholarship
  • Rio Vista Scholarship
  • Ron and Christine Lemonds – Edward Jones Scholarship
  • Stewart G. and I. Renee Albert Scholarship
  • SumnerOne Scholarship
  • The St. Louis Community Foundation Investing for the Future Scholarship
  • Triple A Ranch Scholarship
  • University City High School Performing Arts Scholarship
  • William C. and Bertha Black Rhoda Scholarship
  • William J. Beatty Scholarship
  • Zimmer Family Scholarship

Students who wish to apply for scholarships can access our applications here. Click “sign in” or “sign up” to get started. We also have some tips for new applicants.

Scholarship funds are one of the most rewarding ways to give back to your community and they can be set up to last as long as you’d like, touching as many lives as possible. If you are a donor interested in establishing a scholarship fund, click here.