Helping Families Afford Higher Education Since 1994
The Franklin Savings Bank Scholarship Fund was established in 1994 to benefit area students who are pursuing higher education. We are pleased to have awarded 630 scholarships totaling $332,529 to local graduates since the fund’s inception. This scholarship fund represents the Bank’s commitment to helping families afford advanced educational opportunities for their children who are enrolled in college full-time. This is one way in which Franklin Savings Bank gives back to the communities we have served since 1869.
The purpose of the Franklin Savings Bank Scholarship Fund is to provide scholarship assistance to selected high school graduating seniors who reside in communities located with the Bank’s primary market area which includes the following schools: Franklin High School, Gilford High School, Goffstown High School, Merrimack High School, Merrimack Valley High School, Newfound Regional, and Winnisquam Regional.Apply for the FSB Scholarship Fund
The FSB Scholarship application deadline is Friday, April 10, 2020. Please submit the application to your school guidance department on or before this date.
- Completed application form
- Most recent high school transcript
- Application appraisal
- Family financial data
Look online for scholarships and grant opportunities!
Before you get those student loans, we encourage you to try getting scholarships and grants first. We’ve listed a few popular sites that might be helpful for finding a scholarship or grant.
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is the largest provider of publicly available scholarships in New Hampshire, awarding over $5 million to 1,700 promising students each year.
Federal Student Aid
A government site with plenty of information on funding opportunities and grant application packages. It lists grants that are currently available, and shows you how to apply for them.
This helpful site links you to several scholarship databases, and runs a free scholarship search for you.
Peterson’s is one of the largest free undergraduate scholarship databases available. They also have scholarship offerings geared towards international students.
Big Future by The College Board
The College Board provides a free search for scholarships, other financial aid, and internships from more than 2,200 programs.
Unigo Scholarship Experts
Fast, easy and free way to find scholarships on the Internet, ScholarshipExperts.com delivers accurate and timely search results that have been filtered and customized to match unique user profiles.
Student Scholarship Search
Student Scholarship Search provides students and parents with a FREE searchable database of college scholarships and grants. No registration required. Scholarships updated daily.
Consider resources in your community.
Visit your high school guidance counselor for more information on available scholarships. Scholarships are often available through local civic groups, religious organizations, and area businesses. If you’ve exhausted your scholarship and grant opportunities and you need additional financial aid, consider applying for a federal student loan.