Apply for Scholarships through our online scholarship portal.
Mid-Nebraska Community Foundation scholarship funds are created by donors that recognize the importance of helping students achieve their educational goals, now and in the future. The funds’ creators select the criteria based on their interests and community needs.
Many scholarships are memorials, and lasting legacies of individuals and primarily serve...
- Graduating high school seniors,
- Current college students
- Returning college students
who reside in our 12 county region (Arthur, Custer, Dawson, Frontier, Hayes, Hooker, Keith, Lincoln, Logan, McPherson, Perkins, & Thomas) have gone to high school in the region, or go to college in Nebraska.
Our online scholarship portal connects area students with local scholarship opportunities. Register on the Scholarship Portal to apply for scholarships and receive email announcements of scholarship deadlines.
Open January 1 - February 28, 2023
One Application for many Scholarships will quickly screen your basic data against the eligibility requirements of 72 local scholarship opportunities and display scholarships you may apply for.
Spring 2023 Open January 1 - 31, 2023
Fall 2023 Open June 1 - 31, 2023
This scholarship is awarded twice a year. This scholarship will be given to residents of School District. 81-R in Custer/Dawson County.
Open August 15 - October 31, 2023
This scholarship honors the legacy of John & Diane Poehling and their interest in hunting, fishing, wildlife conservation and wildlife education. Eligibility Requirements include:
- Resident of Nebraska
- Background in hunting, fishing, wildlife conservation and/or wildlife education
- Next fall semester will be a college junior or higher
- Next fall semester will be attending college in Nebraska
Graduating Seniors Check with Your School Counselors
While the majority of the scholarship funds Mid-Nebraska Community Foundation administers are included in the ONE Application for Many Scholarships, several additional scholarships we administer have applications submitted at counselor offices in high schools in central and western Nebraska. Graduating high school seniors are urged to check for scholarship opportunities with their school's counselors.
Have questions? Go to our Frequently Asked Questions section.