Throughout the rest of the year there will be many scholarship opportunities for the seniors of Unadilla Valley Central School. Information on these awards will be located in the Guidance Office, posted on multiple bulletin boards around the school, sent to teachers that have seniors in classes, emailed to seniors on Fridays and posted here. Some scholarship applications can be accessed below, but many others are paper applications that can picked up in the MS/HS Guidance Office. Information will include the award eligibility requirements and deadline for submission.  Last year we gave out more than $80,000 at graduation!  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hodge or Mr. Ruffino in the Guidance Office at (607) 847-7500, Extension 1118.

Scholarship:  Student Scholarships

Deadline: varies January – May

Largest Collection of Scholarships on the web.

 Scholarship:  SME Education Foundation

Deadline: February 1

Graduating high school senior or current college student seeking degree in manufacturing, engineering, or related program. Accredited institution located in the U.S. or Canada. Full or part-time student.


Scholarship: Army ROTC Scholarship

Deadline: February 4

You must have a high school GPA of at least 2.5. You must have taken the SAT or ACT. Create an account:  Upon creating an account, login to the scholarship application:


Scholarship: Chen-Del-O Federal Credit Union

Deadline: February 10

Must be a member; must be a college bound high school senior at the time of the application.


Scholarship: American Society of Military Comptrollers

Deadline: February 24

The ASMC Scholarships are for students entering the fields of Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Public Administration, or Economics.

Application available in the Guidance Office

Scholarship:  Air & Waste Management Association

Deadline: February 28

Applicants must be enrolled in an environmentally related degree program as a full-time student (12 credit hours or more).

Application available in the guidance office.


Scholarship: NYSIR - The Cristin Ann Bambino Memorial Scholarship

Deadline: March 18

Awarded to a college-bound special education student for working through special challenges to complete high school and obtain acceptance to a college/university.


Scholarship: NYSIR- The Paul Jensen Memorial

Deadline: March 18

Awarded to a student who has excelled in design in his/her high school career. A student who has shown interest & promise in design and who wishes to pursue this path in college.


Scholarship: NYSIR- The Joseph Goncalves Student Humanitarian Scholarship

Deadline: March 18

Awarded to a graduating senior who plans to attend college in NYS. Student should be able to demonstrate a record of involvement and work for a cause or organization that actively promotes social justice, equal opportunity, relief of human suffering or similar aspirations generally understood to be within the meaning of humanitarian activity.

Scholarship:  Breanna Leigh Christian

Deadline: March 24

The memorial scholarship is intended to support one female athlete in their pursuit of a four-year degree. 

Application available in the guidance office.


Scholarship:  American Legion Post 348 & Auxiliary Scholarship

Deadline: April 13  

In a 500 typed or handwritten words, tell the nominating committee what the American Flag means to you.

Application available in the guidance office.

Scholarship: Unadilla Valley Community Scholarship Fund

Deadline: April 20

Students who plan to go to a post-secondary education and who satisfy other criteria developed by the Unadilla Valley Community Scholarship Fund.

Application available in the guidance office.


Scholarship: SNB Community Scholarship

Deadline: April 28

Open to All graduating seniors of UV regardless of home address (you don’t have to live in South New Berlin).


 Scholarship:   The Payton Stirone Memorial Award

Deadline: April 28

Given to two students (1 male/1 female) to help further their education

Application available in the guidance office. 

Scholarship: Elinor Troicke Memorial Scholarship

Deadline: May 4th

 Preference is given to students with a minimum 3.20 (or equivalent) cumulative GPA at the time of application. Graduating senior from Chenango County.

Be enrolling in a two or four-year college the semester following high school graduation.
Have completed volunteer service with one or more Chenango County not-for-profit organizations. Preference is given to those who have volunteered at (an) organization(s) directly or indirectly historical in nature.

Intend on having a major or minor in museum studies, history, studio art, library sciences, education, or a related field.

If you need assistance accessing any of the documents on this page, please contact Jennifer Hodge in the Guidance Office at