Check out our list of state, local, and a few national scholarships for Montana students. Scholarships are listed by deadlines, the closest deadline is listed first. Jump in and start applying. We will add more scholarships weekly.

Kids Chance Scholarship

Applicants must be between 16 and 26 year of age, a high school senior or be a high school graduate, and be dependent of a parent or guardian who sustained a serious work-related injury or fatality.


John Korsbeck Memorial Scholarship

Must be a high school senior, college or non-traditional student attending a
Montana two or four year college, university or technical school for any area ofstudy


Montana Farmers Union Scholarships and Grants

Montana Farmers Union awards multiple scholarships and grants to students from across Montana who have been active in FFA and 4-H.


Montana Association of Conservation Districts Scholarship

Two $1,000 scholarships are available for Montana high school seniors or students who are attending an accredited post-secondary institution in Montana.


Albert & Mary Bold Scholarship

Annual Scholarship awarded to a Big Sandy High School Graduate or Big Sandy Medical Center employees


Steven R. Nelson Native Educator Scholarship Program

Open to Native students in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington who are pursuing a master’s degree in education policy, leadership, technical assistance, research, or a closely related field.


Montana Community Foundation Scholarships

MCF offers many scholarships across Montana; Criteria and value for each scholarship varies.


Bern and Ruth Dennehy Scholarship

Scholarships will be awarded to students who are entering any healthcare field from Butte High and Butte Central High Schools.


Western Governor's Association "Celebrate the West" Art Scholarship

The Western Governors’ Foundation "Celebrate the West" regional art competition is open to high school students in the 17 Western states and three U.S. territories whose Governors participate in the bipartisan Western Governors’ Association (WGA).


Montana Grain Growers Association (MGGA) Scholarship

The Montana Grain Growers Association will present two $1,000 scholarships annually to applicants who are either a high school senior pursuing a degree from an accredited institute of higher education or a current college student in good standing.


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