Volleyball has been popular all around the world for many years. It is next only to football in terms of international participation, with roughly 800 million people participating. Nearly 50 million are all from the United States, accounting for nearly 15% of the overall population. For many decades, college volleyball has been the most popular way for young athletes to integrate volleyball and study. Scholarships are available for quality players on the women’s side in especial, and full scholarships are very frequent for elevated players. It is tough to combine volleyball and a global education beyond the United States.
Moreover, the level of play and the level of training and facilities are typically inferior to those found in the United States. Fortunately, there is a great demand for outstanding international players, as trainers regularly seek players from all over the world. This, combined with the fact that most college volleyball teams in the United States generate quite massive gatherings to their home matches, makes the American university basketball system essentially superior to any in the globe. The two big volleyball organizations have different ways of doing things. The sport of NCAA D1 Women’s Volleyball is a “headcount sport,” which means that each team’s 12 available sponsorships cannot be shared among more than 12 athletes. On the other hand, trainers in NCAA Division 2 and NAIA can grant entire grants or as many half scholarships as they would like, as far as they don’t go over the total number of awards allowed.
1. Alliance Pipeline Scholarship
This scholarship, created by Alliance Pipeline in 2001, will be given out a year to a student-athlete who has excelled academically. A 3.0 GPA is required, and participation in an intercollegiate activity. The Director of University Advancement will establish the fellowship size in January of each year, depending on the investment income in the account. The most excellent way for Alliance Pipeline to help Native peoples achieve a promising future is to invest in Aboriginal kids’ human development and education today. As a result, the Alliance Pipeline Native Student Awards Program offers scholarships to Native students in Canada seeking post-secondary education.
Provided By: Alliance Pipeline
Amount: 2000 USD
Deadline: yet to be Updated
Education: High School Graduate
2. Augustana College Athletic Grand
Students must sustain a 3.0 GPA while studying at Augustana to be qualified for the Augustana College Athletic Grant in consecutive years. The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Association, NCAA Division II, awards outstanding student-athletes. Grants and prizes purely on qualifications are gift aid given without respect to economic necessity and do not have to be repaid. Augustana University offers merit-based grants and rewards based on academic performance, talent, a program of interest, and other factors. Many of the rewards listed below are automatically deemed for students who apply for admission, and other rewards necessitate auditions or a separate application. It’s critical to stick to award deadlines, which are listed below.
Provided By: The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Association
Deadline: yet to be Updated
3. CCU Athletics Scholarship
Student-athletes in CCU’s College of Undergraduate Studies nominated for scholarship candidacy by the Athletic Program are eligible for the Athletics Scholarship. Except if the Athletics Department specifies contrary, winners must maintain good intellectual development. For more information, prospective student-athletes can contact their respective coach. You must be a citizen of the United States or an authorized non-citizen. Student-athletes in CCU’s College of Undergraduate Courses nominated for grant candidacy by the Athletics Department are eligible for the Athletics Scholarship.
Provided By: CCU
Deadline: Yet to be Updated
4. Little Field High School Scholarship
Graduates of Little field High School in Little field, Texas, are eligible for this prize. Candidates must have a 3.0 GPA or better and indicate classroom or community athletics participation. Academic accomplishment, athletic talent, the student’s sense of morality, economic need, and responsibility as exhibited through engagement in school and community activities will be used to select winners for the Little field Wildcat Athletic Scholarship Fund. Since 1953, the Communities Association of Texas has worked with local people, families, and companies to improve the quality of life in Texas. Scholarships for deserving students are a vital element of this objective to assist these students in reaching their full potential in high schools, universities, and continuing education programs across the country.
Provided By: Ann Liguori Foundation
5. Stephen Devron Resnik Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Stephen Devron Resnik Memorial Scholarship Program is open to finishing high school seniors in Camarillo, California, who intend to attend a four-year college or university full-time. Pupils that participate in volleyball, along with those who display a wish to assist everyone else, are given priority. Every year, this scholarship is given by the Ventura County Community Hub in honor of Stephen Devron Resnik. To be qualified to apply, candidates must enroll full-time at a four-year school or university. Individuals involved in the game of volleyball and individuals who display a love for assisting others will be taken into account during the grant selection process.
Provided By: Ventura county community foundation
Amount: 1000 USD
Deadline: January 26
6. Berks County Scholastic Athletic Trainer’s Association Scholarship Fund
The Berks County Scholastic Athletic Trainer’s Society created this grant at Berks County Community Hub in 2005 to honor exceptional young trainers from Berks County high schools.
The fund will award grants to graduating students from Berks County high schools who work with or are employed by Athletic Trainers. The awardees must have taken part in school coaching in at least one game for at least two years during high school and plan to continue a four-year degree in Sports Medicine at an accredited university, with a choice for those pursuing certification as a Certified Athletic Trainer.
Provided By: The Berks County Scholastic Athletic Trainer’s Society
Deadline: March 15
7. Jay Lamando Scholarship
Current high school seniors graduating from John Jay High School or Roy C. Ketcham High School are eligible for this scholarship. Applicants must have a 2.5 or better grade point average and exhibit involvement in athletics, management, or other community events. This award was created by family and friends to memorialize his struggles with diabetes. It honors the importance of others on a person’s experience and celebrates character, education, family, and cooperation. The grant will be given to graduating students from John Jay and Roy C. Ketcham High Schools who are sports team members or are involved in after-school clubs or organizations who wish to attend a full-time recognized college.
Provided By: Community Foundations of the Hudson valley
Amount: 500 USD
8. Meldon Law Scholar Athlete Program
It’s not easy balancing academics with professional athletics, so Meldon Law established the Meldon Law Scholar-Athlete Program to honor students who succeed. Since its inception in 1997, the program has granted over 500 scholarships to North Florida high school students. These students have been nominated by people in their area for their academic rigor and athletic excellence. Although all nominations must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, the majority of awardees have demonstrated that they are in better academic standing. Since its beginning 18 years ago, the program has developed significantly. What began as a monthly section on Larry Vettel’s radio show presenting two scholars has evolved into a weekly broadcast on TV 20. A Meldon Law Scholar-Athlete is highlighted on the 6 o’clock and 11 o’clock newscast every Wednesday during the academic year.
Provided By: Meldon Law
Deadline: May 1
9. Fisher Cats Foundation Scholarship
This scholarship is open to finishing high school seniors from New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Pupils must engage in extracurricular activities, and applications will be evaluated based on academic achievement, physical accomplishment, and citizenship. Proposals will be evaluated by the New Hampshire College & University Council inclusion criteria: Academic achievement, athletic achievement, and citizenship are all factors to consider. The New Hampshire Fisher Cats and the Fisher Cats Foundation are dedicated to assisting youngsters from various backgrounds. Geographic, gender, economic, and field of research diversity, as well as population density, will be reflected in the awards. One of the scholarships will be titled after Chris Carpenter of the 2011 World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals, in complement to the Swymer Family Scholarship, which is given yearly to a pupil who has faced obstacles and moved on to college. A graduating New Hampshire high schooner whose legal guardian is an active, reserve, or veteran part of the United States military will receive the Easter Seals Veterans Count Scholarship. Pupils selected for a Fisher Cats Association Student-Athlete Award will be welcomed to a special event at the ballpark where their accomplishments will be honored publicly.
Provided By: Fisher Cats Foundation
Amount: 2,500 USD
Deadline: May 1
10. Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship
The Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship Fund is a national competition with regional awards. This award is offered to U.S. high school juniors with a 2.5 or better grade point average. Pupils must engage in a school or local club-sponsored personal and team sport.
Provided By: Positive Coaching Alliance
Amount: 1000 USD
Deadline: April 30