Welcome to the 2020-2021 Goodrich Scholarship Program Application Process
Login Instructions (Creating Your Own Account):
Register for your account. You will need an active email address and must create a password. This is your personal account, and you should not share your login information with others.
Once you complete the signup process you will receive an email to confirm your registration. Please add us to your safe sender list so that you can continue to receive messages from us. Be sure to check your spam folder just in case!
Application Instructions and Process:
You can now begin the application process. There are six required steps and they will become visible in your online account. Only after completing and submitting the six steps below by March 1, 2021 at 5:00PM (CST) will the Goodrich Scholarship Program applicant file be complete and eligible for consideration. Eligible applicants with complete files will then be invited to an interview and asked to write a personal essay. Applicants may either contact the Goodrich office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 402.554.2875 with any questions.
Step 1. Goodrich Scholarship Information Form. The applicant must complete and submit the Goodrich Scholarship Information Form by the March 1 application deadline. Please complete this step FIRST.
Step 2. University of Nebraska at Omaha Application. Goodrich Scholarship Program applicants must submit an Undergraduate Application for Admission to UNO by March 1. Applicants must follow the online instructions at http://unomaha.edu/admissions/undergraduate/ or call UNO’s admissions office at 402.554.2393 for UNO admission assistance.
Note that Goodrich applicants must meet UNO admission criteria and be admitted to UNO prior to acceptance to the Goodrich Scholarship Program.
Step 3. Official Reference Forms. Goodrich Scholarship Program applicants must submit TWO official reference forms (Sent through our application system via email) completed by teachers, counselors, employers or other professionals who are not family members or friends. Each applicant is responsible for seeing that the Goodrich Scholarship Program receives BOTH references by the MARCH 1, 2021 at 5:00PM (CST) deadline.
Step 4. Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Goodrich Scholarship Program applicants must establish financial need through FAFSA. To complete the FAFSA go to http://www.fafsa.ed.gov and follow the online instructions or call UNO’s Office of Financial Support and Scholarships at 402.554.2327. Final verification of need for Goodrich is determined by the UNO Financial Support and Scholarships Office. Upon completing the FAFSA, applicants MUST provide Goodrich proof of completion (through e-mail, fax, or USPS mail) by the March 1, 2021 at 5:00PM (CST) deadline. To accommodate the March 1 application deadline and to enable Goodrich to preliminarily assess the applicant’s financial need, the applicant could complete the EducationQuest College Funding Estimator online at http://www.educationquest.org/college-funding-estimator. All pages of this estimate must be printed out and submitted to the Goodrich Scholarship Program by the MARCH 1 deadline.
Note that the applicant must still complete and process all documents for the FAFSA before Goodrich can award any scholarship.
Step 5. English Placement and Proficiency Exam (EPPE). The UNO Testing Center schedules this free test which must be taken and processed before the MARCH 1 deadline. THE FINAL EPPE TESTING DATE for Goodrich applicants is February 19, 2021. For instructions on how to register for the FREE ONLINE EPPE, visit www.unomaha.edu/enrollment-management/testing-center/placement-exams/english-placement-proficiency-exam.php call UNO’s Testing Center at 402.554.4800.
Step 6. Transcripts (High School and College), ACT/SAT scores. The applicant is required to submit high school (or GED) transcripts, and any college transcripts (including dual enrollment) if applicable to the Goodrich Scholarship Program by the MARCH 1 application deadline. Goodrich will accept ACT/SAT scores included on the applicant’s high school transcript, but the ACT/SAT scores are optional.
Note: Transcripts required as part of UNO’s Undergraduate Application for Admission process cannot be faxed and must be sent directly from the high school to Undergraduate Admissions. Goodrich cannot request transcripts from UNO’s Admissions Office.
It is your responsibility as an applicant to monitor the status of your entire application file and follow up with your references, individuals in your schools, and others to assure that all documents are received by the Goodrich Scholarship Program before the March 1, 2021, 5:00PM (CST) deadline. You can track the status of each task by logging into your account.
Once all steps are complete, you MUST click the SUBMIT button to officially send your entire application file. NOTE: This button will not be active until all documents have been received and the Goodrich Scholarship Program staff have indicated that the tasks are complete. You will not be eligible for the Goodrich scholarship interview/essay until all required steps are complete and you officially send your completed application file by clicking the SUBMIT button by March 1, 2021 at 5:00PM (CST). Eligible applicants with complete files will then be invited to an interview and asked to write a personal essay.
NOTE: Applicants who receive tuition scholarships including but not limited to Regents, Chancellor's, Dean's and Buffett cannot combine or stack any of those awards with a Goodrich scholarship. For more information about stacking scholarships, please contact UNO's Office of Financial Support and Scholarships.
If you have any questions about the Goodrich application process, please call 402.554.2875 or visit our website at http://goodrich.unomaha.edu/.