Brooks Institute Scholarships

Below you'll find our exhaustive list of Brooks Institute Scholarships. is considered the authority on college/university scholarships and we have listed over $40 Billion in available scholarships. We take pride in having the most comprehensive free and up to date information available online for students. It is possible that your profile does not match the requirements to obtain a Brooks Institute scholarship, but our scholarship lists provides you with some of the information you will need to get your application process started.

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Name Amount
$500 CollegeMapper Scholarship - No Essay $500
Sponsored: The $500 CollegeMapper Scholarship is open to all students currently enrolled in high school and plan to attend a college or University in the U.S. AND to students who are already enrolled in college and are looking to transfer schools. Refer a friend for more chances to win.
Brooks Institute Freshman Merit/Need-Based Grant $4000-$12000
Brooks Institute provides a limited number of these grants to deserving students who have documented financial need and have demonstrated academic success. To be eligible, a student must: ...
Brooks Institute Graphic Design Scholarship $6000
Brooks Institute provides a limited number of merit-based scholarships to graduates of regionally or nationally accredited schools in graphic design or visual communication programs. To ...
Brooks Institute Graphic Design Scholarship $2000
Students who left Brooks Institute within the past 365 days and apply to re-enter in order to complete their program of study are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Student must be in ...
Brooks Institute High School Scholarship Program $4000
The student must be a high school senior. The student must have a cumulative high school grade point average of 3.0 at the time of application for the scholarship. The student must start ...
Brooks Institute Presidential Grant $500-$2000
In order to be considered, students must: Apply for all financial aid for which they may be eligible (i.e. all federal aid programs, including PLUS, state financial aid programs, ...