The Alberta C. Kaufman Scholarship

I am working with Kaufman & Stigger, PLLC to help promote The Alberta C. Kaufman Scholarship. This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors and current undergraduate students with a 3.0 or higher GPA who are residents of Kentucky.

We hope you will consider listing this scholarship on your website so that more students will have access to this opportunity.

Applications and additional information can be found on our website:

Thank you for your consideration.


Shay Pat on Behalf of Kaufman & Stigger, PLLC 

Ron Brown Scholar Program

The Ron Brown Scholar Program is pleased to announce the opening of the Guided Pathway Support (GPS) Program 2017 application to welcome its second cohort of talented African American rising high school juniors and seniors. Please pass this information to any qualified students in your school so that they can be part of this exceptional program and opportunity.


Students must apply online at


When to apply?

The application for the 2017

-2018 academic year will open March 1, 2017

. The application deadline is Wednesday, May 31, 2017


. Accepted students should expect to be notified on a July 15, 2017

Lapeze & Johns, PLLC, Scholarships

Lapeze & Johns, PLLC, a Houston injury law practice.

We believe it is important not only educate but to also provide helpful resources to students that have a passion for finding solutions to harmful behaviors. This is our first year awarding a $1500 scholarship and we have recently launched our online application (

The deadline is May 12th so a quick reply would be appreciated! Thanks so much.

Amy Tolvanen

Synergy Film Exchange Presents: Imagination for Education

August 5th, 2017 – The Farish Theater on 140 E. Main St. Lexington Ky

About the Festival

Imagination for Education by Synergy Film Exchange, Inc. is an opportunity for young people to exercise their imagination and be a part of something extraordinary. This is a film festival for which students will write and produce their own short film that will compete with other students in their age group.


Students will have the entire summer to create, produce and submit their short films. At the end of the summer, we will host an award ceremony, showing off some of our favorites and giving out awards and prizes in several categories. Our panel of judges will be industry professionals.

For more information, visit our website:

The Alberta C. Kaufman Scholarship

This scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors and current undergraduate students with a 3.0 or higher GPA who are residents of Kentucky.

We hope you will consider listing this scholarship on your website so that more students will have access to this opportunity.

Applications and additional information can be found on our website:

University of Kentucky Updates Scholarships and more

University of Kentucky Updates | Spring 2017

Final Financial Aid Packages – April

Students who completed the FAFSA and have been admitted should be receiving their final financial aid award notifications for freshmen beginning Fall 2017 in early April.  They will be mailed and available on the student’s myUK web portal. For more information regarding student financial aid, click here. If you have questions about scholarships, please contact the Office of Academic Scholarships.


Men of Principle Scholarship

Dear Prospective University of Kentucky Student:
On behalf of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, welcome to the University of Kentucky. This fall you
will no doubt encounter new challenges and opportunities that will help shape your college
experience and lead to future success in life.
Beta Theta Pi believes that college men should be recognized for their success and for their
desire to achieve. In fact, for more than 175 years, we have been in the business of building
Men of Principle . Beta strives to provide strong relationships, as well as leadership opportunities
and personal development. For many of our members, these skills have transferred to
professional life. You have probably heard of some of them . . .


Wal-Mart Founder Sam Walton,
Former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden,
Nike Founder Bill Bowerman,
Sportscaster Neil Everett, to name a few.
In hopes of providing these same opportunities to the men at the University of Kentucky, the
General Fraternity is offering a scholarship totaling $500 designated by the Beta Theta Pi
Foundation for any male incoming freshman students at the University of Kentucky. We seek to
reward men who demonstrate devotion to intellectual growth and a commitment to making both
the university and community better places to live. The scholarship is in no way an obligation to
join the fraternity.

If you are interested in the scholarship, I encourage you to complete the brief application located
at or by contacting us directly with the information provided below. The deadline for
applications is Tuesday, August 1st, 2017. Again, by applying for the scholarships, you are not
committing yourself to membership in Beta Theta Pi or any other organization.
If you should have any questions, please email our Vice President of Recruitment, Will Smith at . We look forward to receiving your application and meeting you soon!
Riley Grant
Chapter President
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity

Rotary Scholarship

Rotary Scholarship

 Applications are online now at  Please encourage your students to apply online now through the deadline of midnight, Monday April 10th.

Students are asked to submit a reference from their counselor.  It is our hope that this may be simply the reference you previously prepared for college applications.

For the first time ever, we are awarding a “First Generation College Student Scholarship.” We are excited about this new award and hope to expand upon this program in the future.  Please encourage eligible students to apply.

The awards ceremony will be Thursday, April 27th at noon at Fasig Tipton on Newtown Pike.  Each of you are invited as our guest and we hope to see you at the event. 

$1000.00 college scholarship is very excited to offer a $1000.00 college scholarship for 2017. We would love to make an application for this scholarship available to all of your students.

Eligibility Requirements

In order to participate in the scholarship contest, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be currently attending high school as a senior or attending a community college, technical school or university..
  • Must be in good academic standing with your current educational institution.
  • For applicants under 18, they must have permission from a parent or legal guardian.
  • Must create a unique, creative and entertaining bike related video.
  • Video needs to be posted to YouTube with a link back to in the description.
  • The email application needs to be received by the deadline of December 31, 2017.
  • A winner will be chosen on January 1, 2018.
  • A check for the $1000.00 will be sent to the winner’s school to be applied to their academic expenses.


For full details, please visit our website:

2017 Daryl Lee Martin Scholarship

2017 Daryl Lee Martin Scholarship.  Students who will be entering as college freshmen in the fall of this year and live in Fayette or a surrounding county are eligible for this $500 awardAPPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.   Completed applications must be postmarked by May 19, 2017 and must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or community leader.


The scholarship is named for Daryl Martin, a young man who lost his life in an automobile accident in August 1998.  He was a native of Versailles, Kentucky and a graduate of Woodford County High School.  He held degrees from Vanderbilt University and Eastern Kentucky University.  He was employed by the YMCA of Central Kentucky as a Program Director for the South Lexington branch and was widely involved in youth sports activities in Lexington.


All applications will be reviewed by members of the Daryl Lee Martin Endowment Fund Committee.  The recipient will be notified by the end of July and a check will be sent directly to the school where the recipient will be enrolled in the fall.