Class of 2022

You can begin your scholarship profile for application NOW!

For an excellent overview and directions for the application click here

The ChapterNet Student Dashboard is your "one-stop shop" for everything related to our chapter's scholarships. Log in and create or update your profile, and you'll be able to apply for the scholarships you're eligible for with just a few clicks. And it's not just our chapter's scholarships -- you'll see opportunities from Scholarship America's partners across the nation.

What's more, logging into the Student Dashboard will also give you access to volunteer and internship opportunities, important news about college life, and exclusive resources to help you manage your money, succeed in college, and take advantage of everything Dollars for Scholars has to offer.

  1. Create an account.
  2. Build your Profile. You will complete information in the following areas:

o   Basic and Additional Information

o   School Information

o   Academic Information

o   Activities, Employment and Awards

o   Support Material

Reference Section:
*Do not Request Transcript Information until after the end of the first semester of your Senior year.

*A.S.A.P.  Request permission for apply for scholarships and Financial Information from your parent or guardian or use your own financial information if you are an an emancipated student. If you are 16 or older, you do not need parental permission to apply.  Click here for Parental Instructions                             

Request a Personal Reference from a person of your choice. (Not a relative) Click here for Reference Instructions

Check out the "About Us" page: "Community and Memorials" for a list of all scholarships.

SCF Class of 2023, 2024 and 2025.... you may begin to build your profile. Continue to keep it up to date as you go through high school. You will finish your profile in your Senior year.

If you're a parent, this is a great resource, too. You may be here to give you child permission to apply for scholarships or enter financial or other information for scholarships. Your child needs your permission to apply, only if they are under 16 years of age. See link above for parental instructions.