Are you interested in studying at a criminology school? What if you don't have any financial support? Don't worry about that because scholarships for various criminal programs and criminology degrees are available. Some of these may even allow you to choose among the criminology schools.
Here are some scholarships for Criminal Justice studies:
- StraightForward Media Law Enforcement Scholarship (straightforwardmedia.com) - If you are aiming to become a law enforcement professional, then this scholarship is perfect for you. However, the only allowable and applicable major for this scholarship is Law Enforcement.
- University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Criminal Justice Department (ualr.edu) - The Criminal Justice Department of this university offers many scholarship programs for those who want to major in Criminal Justice. They have the John A. Boyeskie Memorial Scholarship, Correctional Leadership Challenge Endowed Scholarship, Rick Finley Memorial Scholarship, and Rob Williams Memorial Scholarship.
- David E. Whitmire Scholarship Fund (davidwhitmire.com) - Receive about $500 scholarship financial support if you will major in Criminal Justice, Police Science, Police Administration and Criminology. Before you can be accepted as a scholar, you need first to have at least a 3.5 GPA and should be a U.S. Citizen.
- Correctional Association of Massachusetts Scholarship - Undergraduate students of Criminal Justice or related fields can be eligible for this scholarship as long as they have a minimum 3.0 GPA or B average for high school graduates. If you are interested, write to Correctional Association of Massachusetts; Attention: Scholarship Committee; PO Box 1033; East Longmeadow, MA 01028.
- Recession Relief Scholarship (straightforwardmedia.com) - Are you in credit card debt or loan debt? Whatever debt you have because of your studies, you can always seek help from this scholarship. You have four chances every year to be awarded with this scholarship.
- Education-Portal.com Undergraduate Award (education-portal.com) - At least $500 financial assistance is given once every year for students studying Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Forensics, Correction, Law Enforcement, and other related fields and majors.
- Captain James J. Regan Memorial Scholarship (learning-for-life.org) - Lucky senior students or those already enrolled in Criminal Justice can get financial assistance amounting to $500. To be awarded with this scholarship, you should have an excellent academic record, extracurricular activities and leadership ability.
- Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (acjs.org) - Different scholarship programs are offered by this agency. You can find criminal justice scholarships for both students and even professionals.
If you are really in need of financial support and are serious about Criminal Justice study, then don't worry because you surely can be awarded with a scholarship. If you're interested in a criminal justice career but need to continue to work at a day job, you may want to think about enrolling in an online criminal justice degree program.