The scholarships broke down in this manner:
- $705,475 from community, civic, church and service groups.
- $455,209 from business and industry.
- $255,850 from scholarships honoring a person.
- $160,925 from local high school grants.
- $1,145,362 from Pell grants.
- $1,299,850 in tuition assistance grants.
- $20,918,535 in college-awarded grants.
- $3,796,975 in awards for athletics and special talents.
- $5,366,711 in military and ROTC scholarships.
- $826,712 in national or state awards.
62.72 percent of the graduates said they would be attending a four-year college, while 26.96 percent said they would be attending a two-year school. 1.98 percent of the graduates said they would be joining the military.