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Scholarship Opportunities for Outstanding Teens

The following educational institutions provide in-kind scholarships for our 2018 Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen contestants:

Bradley University – Peoria, IL
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen: $7,000 to $12,000 x 4 years = $48,000
(amount based upon academic profile)

Elmhurst College – Elmhurst, IL
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Ten Top 10: $2,500 x 4 years = $10,000

Greenville University – Greenville, IL
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen: Full-Tuition Scholarship ($27,580) x 4 years = $110,320
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen Top 10: $16,000 x 4 years = $64,000

Hollins University – Roanoke, VA
All Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen Contestants: $20,000 x 4 years = $80,000

Millikin University – Decatur, IL 
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen Top 10: $500 x 4 years = $2,000

Robert Morris University -Chicago, IL
All Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen Contestants: $24,000 Scholarship towards a Bachelors Degree

Southern Illinois University Carbondale – Carbondale, IL
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen: $6,000 x 4 years = $24,000
1st Runner Up: $3,000 x 4 years = $12,000
2nd-4th Runner Up: $2,000 x 4 years = $8,000

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville – Edwardsville, IL
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen Top 10: $4,000 x 4 years = $16,000

Troy University – Troy, AL
Any Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen eligible Contestant: $10,000 Trojan Opportunity Scholarship (Expanded-Valued) x 4 years = $40,000

The University of West Alabama – Livingston, AL
Miss Illinois Outstanding Teen: $10,000 x 4 years = $40,000
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen 1st RU: $7,000 x 4 years = $28,000
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen 2nd, 3rd, 4th RU: $5,000 x 4 years = $20,000
Remaining Top 10: $3,000 x 4 years = $12,000
Miss Illinois’ Outstanding Teen Non-Finalists: $2,500 x 4 years = $10,000

*These scholarships are a projection of anticipated scholarship awards. It is not the official and final list of scholarships. The Miss Illinois Scholarship Organization is not responsible for errors, omissions or qualifications and/or restrictions required by participating colleges and universities.