This is your opportunity to excel at college and make the most out of your future!
Scholarships for students in Pulaski County help shape our future. They make it possible for you to keep your focus pointed at getting the most out of your education and making your post-college path less burdensome. Scholarships open the way to freedom to buy a secure home, choose a fulfilling career, and start families, all with less stress and financial limitations.
See how we can help you do your best below!
To begin your scholarship application, the first step is to create an account on our scholarship portal.
New users: Click on “Create New Account” and complete the registration process to create your login credentials.
Existing users, enter your credentials and log in.
Non-traditional Adult Scholarships
The Community Foundation administers three non-traditional scholarships for current college students and older adults. Non-traditional applications include the Back Home Again in Indiana Scholarship, Gary M Schnapf 4-H Memorial Scholarship, and the K Stuart Gast Scholarship.
Applications are available in mid-March with an April deadline.
Back Home Again in Indiana Scholarship
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, enrolled in or applying to a training program or accredited college or university, be a resident of Pulaski County, and be in need of financial assistance.
K. Stuart Gast Scholarship
Open to college students who are Pulaski County residents, have attended a public high school and are interested in the arts, enrolled at Butler University, Indiana University or Herron School of Art & Design.
Gary M. Schnapf Memorial 4-H Scholarship
Applicants will be Fulton County residents who plan to enroll in their sophomore or junior year of college, and 10-year 4-H Dairy members. 10-year 4-H members will also be considered.
Ralph E. Winters Scholarship
Eligible applicants will be Culver Community High School graduates enrolled full–time in their sophomore year or above in a technical program. Renewable.
2023 Scholarship Recipients
Ernest D Armstrong III Memorial Scholarship • Isaac Keller
Alberta J Barnhouse Memorial Teacher Scholarship • Alexia Intravaia
Linda L. Keys Braun Memorial Scholarship • Ariana Gualajara
Katherine L. Brown Scholarship and Achievement Award • Chloe Rausch, Evan Eaton
Marshall and Lola Carper Scholarship • Jewel Conner, Benjamin Boardman
Thomas and Ola Carneal Scholarship • Hailey Attinger, Danielle Bloomfield
Don Chapman Creative Writing Memorial Scholarship • McKenzie Hinz
Conn Family Scholarship • Benjamin Boardman, Chloe Rausch
Irene Frees Teaching Scholarship Award • Elizabeth Ciapponi
John and Marjean Fritz Memorial Scholarship • Benjamin Boardman
Galbreath Scholarship • Vinny Schambers
Alexandra (“Ali”) Gibson Memorial Scholarship • Lauren Fredel, Chloe Rausch
Giving Back Scholarship • Audrey Kroft
Bob Goble Memorial Scholarship • Benjamin Boardman
William O. (Billy) Goble Memorial Scholarship • Kolbey Wegner
Don O & Mary M Good Memorial Scholarship • Michael Loehmer
Agnes Hartman Scholarship • Kaity Stacy
Ralph E. and Sarah M. Horner Scholarship Award • Lauren Fredel, Chase Keller
John C Keller Ag Scholarship • David Peter
Everett and Ethel Knebel Scholarship • Lauren Fredel
Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship • Sawyer DePoy
Roland and Nancy Lowry Memorial Scholarship • Lyndzie Nale
Community Foundation Scholarship • Avery Fritz, Jacob Sanders
Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office Scholarship • Hellen Rowe
Francis and Gertrude Rausch Ag Scholarship • David Peter
Judge Jack Richert Memorial Scholarship • Lauren Fredel
Earl D. Roudebush Memorial Scholarship • Luke Dickinson
The Marjorie Barr Thompson Scholarship • Chase Keller
Albert Lee Weaver Memorial Scholarship • Chase Keller
Winamac Rotary Club Scholarship • Ariana Gualajara
Back Home Again in Indiana Scholarship • Elizabeth Price
K Stuart Gast Scholarship • Morgan Hinz
Gary M. Schnapf Memorial 4-H Scholarship • Adelyn Harsh
Ralph E Winters Scholarship • Adrian Schouten
College Resources for Parents & Students
This list includes resources for parents and their students who plan to attend college.