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By Dr. Robert Charles Jones, Jr. |  October 17, 2018

The CPS Senior Student & Parent Scholarship Information Session will be taking place in November, please review the information below and save the date! 
Information regarding the CPS Student/Parent Scholarship Information Session: The Office of School Counseling and Postsecondary Advising (OSCPA) is inviting eligible SENIORS with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher (weighted or unweighted) and an ACT score of 17+ OR SAT score of 910+ and their parent/adult chaperone to attend the CPS Scholarship Information Session hosted at University of Illinois at Chicago - Student Center East (750 S. Halsted St.) on Thursday, November 29, 2018 from 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM to support students' efforts to research and apply for dollars for college  
Click here to review the detailed email link that also includes a registration link. (Note: this activity is for CPS families only.) 
For up to date scholarship information please visit/review the resources below. Ensure you sign up to receive scholarship eblasts! 
2018-19 School Year Scholarship Email Blast Sign Up & Alerts:
  • If you are interested in receiving scholarship information please CLICK HERE to be added to the 2018-19 CPS Scholarship Manager Email Blast
  • Missed an email? CLICK HERE for an up-to-date list of CPS Scholarship Alerts shared out through the CPS Scholarship Manager Email Blast.
  • CLICK HERE to review the LIVE Scholarship Alert Workbook.
  • Add CPS Scholarships to your Google Calendar or bookmarks! Keep up with application open & close dates, CPS Scholarship events, and more! (updated in real-time)
CPS Academic Works Scholarship Tool:
CPS Academic Works is the web-based scholarship application system and management tool for Chicago Public Schools students. 
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN AND AVAILABLE NOW! (Be sure to check the site for updates weekly!)
If you are a CPS student interested in learning how to navigate the CPS Academic Works tool, CLICK HERE to access the Academic Works User Comprehension Guide