Best Buy Scholarship

Best Buy Scholarships were for high school students in grades 9 - 12. Known as Best Buy's @15 Scholarship Program, the Best Buy Foundation awards $1,000 scholarships to more than a thousand students living in the U.S. and Puerto Rico who were entering college in the fall semester after their high school graduation.

Last updated on December 7 2016 by College Financial Aid Advice

Best Buy Scholarship Deadline and Information

Princeton University

Note: the following statement was found on the Best Buy website in November 2013: "The Best Buy Scholarship Program has permanently closed"

We suggest you check out our list of Scholarships for High School Students

Who is eligible? - Scholarships were awarded to high school students in grades 9-12 who demonstrate academic achievements and exemplary community services as well as school activities and work experience. Students living in the United States or Puerto Rico were eligible, including those from home schools.

Where can I get an application? - The Best Buy Scholarship Program has permanently closed. The application is not available online or in the Best Buy stores.

When is the application deadline - The Best Buy Scholarship was due in February of each year.



What is the scholarship Amount - $1000 award for one-year; non-renewable. 1100 scholarships were awarded each year, with most of the scholarships for high school seniors.

How may the funds be used? - The awards are for one year of full-time college study at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college, university, or technical/vocational school in the United States or Puerto Rico. The money must be used for tuition in the fall term after high school, as the checks for winners will be made out to their chosen college but mailed to the students home.


Best Buy Scholarship Application - The Best Buy Scholarship Program has permanently closed. We suggest you check out our list of Scholarships for High School Students

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