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Scholarships

Do you have good grades, or do you have financial need? If so, we encourage you to explore scholarships at SCC. Scholarships are funds that reward your hard work, and they don't have to be repaid.

Scholarships are available from a variety of places, including SCC, the government, and some private organizations. To explore scholarship opportunities offered by community groups and other private groups, see External Scholarships or ask our scholarship coordinator.

Applying for SCC Scholarships

It's easy to apply for a scholarship at SCC, and we're here to help. All you need to do is:

  • Have a minimum of a 2.5 (cumulative) GPA unless otherwise specified by your award notification letter.
  • Submit the online application by the due date, along with the supporting documents listed on the application. That's it!

SCC Scholarships

SCC awarded 1,023 scholarships that totaled $1,316,668.28 during the 2020-2021 academic year, with individual awards ranging from $250 to $2,500. 

Scholarship Offerings

Endowed Scholarships

SCC offers scholarships to students thanks to many generous organizations and individuals who make gifts to SCC expressly for this purpose.  Endowed scholarships are permanently invested and the annual income generated from the investment is used to provide scholarships.  Endowed scholarships are generally renewable and continue from year to year.  SCC is honored to have been the recipient of numerous scholarship endowments and is pleased to offer the following to students who meet the scholarship criteria, and as funds allow:

Elwanda Brinkley Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester) - established in 2007 from the funds bequeathed by Ms. Brinkley, the scholarship provides opportunity to students seeking degrees in elementary education and who demonstrates financial need.

John Sherman Cooper Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 1972 by the Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce in memory of Senator John Sherman Cooper, the scholarship provides an opportunity for an SCC student.

Richard E. and Cornelia Cooper Endowed Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 2005 by long-time friends and supporters of SCC, Richard and Cornelia Cooper, the scholarship provides an opportunity for a student who maintains a 3.0 grade point average and preference is for a student who demonstrates financial need.

William and Julia Cundiff Endowed Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester) - established in 2008 through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Cundiff, who bequeathed funds to SCC for scholarships for students who are enrolled in a high wage/high demand or transfer program and demonstrate financial need.

Mattie Helen Elliott Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester) – was established due to the generosity of Somerset native, Mattie Helen Elliott. Ms. Elliott’s estate is held in trust at First and Farmers Bank for Pulaski County residents to attend Somerset Community College. The Mattie Helen Elliott Scholarship is for twelve credit hours of tuition, as approved by the Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents. Students must be residents of Pulaski County, Kentucky (residents who have lived in such county for at least two years) and high school seniors, high school graduates or recipients of a general equivalency diploma (GED) who are enrolled or planning to enroll in a course of study at SCC. Recipients must demonstrate financial need, be enrolled full time and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5.

Elliott Family Trust Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester) – was established due to the generosity of three sisters who were residents of Casey County. The estates of Ms. Floss Ann Elliott Merideth, Ms. Flona Belle Elliott Shealy and Ms. Montie Carr Elliott are held in trust at Kentucky Trust Company for Casey County residents to attend Somerset Community College. The Elliott Family Trust Scholarship is for assistance to qualified recipients in meeting their educational expenses at SCC. Students must be a resident of Casey County, KY, with preference given to residents of the Mt. Olive community in Casey County (have legal continuous residence in such county or community for the one-year period immediately preceding application for a scholarship and high school senior, high school graduate or recipient of a general equivalency diploma (GED) who is enrolled or planning to enroll in a course of study at SCC. Recipients must demonstrate financial need, be enrolled at SCC full time and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5.

First United Methodist Church Leonard and Stella Hislope Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 2000 by the First United Methodist Church in memory of Leonard and Stella Hislope, the scholarships are awarded to high school graduates of Pulaski County who demonstrate financial need.

Ernest Gadberry Endowed Fund ($1,000 per semester for tuition or books) - was established in 2005 from funds bequeathed by Ernest Gadberry to provide scholarships to students enrolled in technical high wage/high demand programs who demonstrate financial need.

J.C. Goode Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established at SCC by the First Christian Church of Somerset in memory of J.C. Goode, prominent Somerset business man in the early 1900’s, the scholarships provide an opportunity for students in Casey, Pulaski, and McCreary counties who are enrolled in a high wage/high demand or transfer program.

State Representative Leonard Hislope Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 1997 from funds bequeathed by Stella Hislope in memory of her husband, the scholarship provides an opportunity for a student who demonstrates financial need.

Sam J. Hord Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 1980 in memory of South Kentucky Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation’s manager (1942-1974), the scholarship provides an opportunity for a student who resides in Pulaski County or an adjacent county and demonstrates financial need.

Clarence Whitman Hume Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 1972 in memory of the former principal of Stearns High School and former editor of the McCreary County Record, the scholarship is awarded to students from McCreary County.

Roscoe Kelley Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) is awarded annually in memory of Dr. Roscoe D. Kelley, who served as president of SCC from 1966 to 1984, to students who maintain a 3.0 grade point average, are a resident within the fourteen-county area, with a preference to those who demonstrate financial need.

Ruby Kelley Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) was established in 2011 to provide up to three scholarships to students who maintain a 3.0 grade point average and who are a resident within the fourteen-county area.  The scholarship is for students who are enrolled in a high wage/high demand or transfer program, with preference given to those who demonstrate financial need.

Barney LaFavers Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition or books) is awarded to practical nursing students. The scholarship is awarded in honor of Ms. LaFavers, who was the first home health nurse in Pulaski County.

Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) provides scholarships for students in the allied health programs from eleven counties who maintain a 3.2 grade point average, with preference to those who demonstrate financial need. It was established in 1996 by Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital.

Ata Lee Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established through the generosity of Ata Lee. Ms. Lee left a portion of her estate to establish an endowment to assist qualified students in obtaining an education at SCC.

Dorothy Murrell Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester) was established in 2012 through the generosity of Dorothy Murrell.  Ms. Murrell, a retired dedicated school teacher, left her estate to provide scholarships to students who are enrolled in a high wage/high demand or transfer program and to those who demonstrate financial need.

Virginia Murrell Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester) was established in 2012 through the generosity of Virginia Murrell.  Ms. Murrell, a retired dedicated school teacher, left her estate to provide scholarships to students who are enrolled in a high wage/high demand or transfer program and to those who demonstrate financial need.

W.O. and Lois Newell Scholarship (for SGA and Student Ambassadors) - established in 2010 from funds bequeathed by Mr. and Mrs. Newell to provide scholarships to students attending SCC.

Terry Norfleet Scholarship (for Honors Program students) - established through the generosity of Eleanor Terry Norfleet. Ms. Norfleet, a faculty member who taught English literature at SCC until her retirement, left a portion of her estate to provide scholarships for students at SCC.

Orwin Nursing Scholarship Fund (12-hour tuition per semester) - established in 2004 by The Mohn Family Foundation to provide scholarships to associate degree nursing students, with a preference to non-traditional students.

Clellan Prewitt Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 2007 from funds bequeathed by Mr. Prewitt to provide scholarships to students.

Leora Prewitt Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established through the generosity of Leora Prewitt. Mrs. Prewitt left a portion of her estate to assist students in obtaining an education at SCC.

Richie/Cooper Scholarship Endowment (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 2005 in honor of Juanita Cooper Richie and in memory of Leland George Richie, the scholarship provides an opportunity to students who are residents of McCreary County and have earned a GED through the McCreary County Adult Education Program. Recipients must maintain a 2.0 grade point average to renew.

Ralph Shearer Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) is awarded to nursing students from the ten-county area who maintain a 3.0 grade point average, with preference to those who demonstrate financial need. The scholarship is given in memory of Lake Cumberland Home Health’s board chairman for many years.

Anna C. Short Memorial Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) was established through the generosity of Anna C. Short. Ms. Short left a portion of her estate to assist a student who demonstrate financial need in obtaining an education at SCC.

Lillie Thorne Spradlin Memorial Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester) provides scholarships for students who graduated from a high school in Pulaski County and who demonstrate financial need. The scholarship was established in 1984 by Dr. Marion C. Spradlin in memory of his wife.

Morris E. and Katherine M. Strunk Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester) provides scholarships for residents of McCreary County, who are enrolled in a high wage/high demand or transfer program and have maintained a grade point average of between 2.5 – 3.5. The scholarship was established in 2006 by Mrs. Strunk.

Lewis and Anna Waddle Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 1976 by John Waddle in honor of his parents. Preference is given to students from Pulaski County who demonstrate financial need.

William Martin Wyatt, Jr. Scholarship (6-hour tuition per semester) - established in 1972 by William and Carolyn Wyatt in memory of their son, who was an alumnus of SCC, the scholarship provides an opportunity for an SCC student.

Annual Scholarships

SCC offers a variety of annual scholarships to deserving students, thanks to many generous organizations and individuals who make gifts to SCC expressly for this purpose. Annual scholarships may continue from year to year, or the scholarship may be a one-time award.  SCC is honored to have been the recipient of numerous annual scholarships and is pleased to offer the following to students who meet the scholarship criteria, and as funds allow:

BEAM Scholarship ($500 per semester)

Helen Cornele Memorial Scholarship (6-hours tuition per semester)

Wanda Bolze Memorial Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary, Inc. Scholarship (12-hour tuition per semester)

Lake Cumberland Homebuilders Association Scholarship ($2,000 for books and tuition per semester)

Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce Scholarship ($750 per semester for tuition)

Jack Ford Boy Scout Memorial Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Kody Thacker Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Timothy E. Taylor Memorial Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Toni Pendley/First Baptist Church Nursing Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Betty Nelson Memorial Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Minority Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Charolette Leis MLT Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Somerset Junior Womans Club Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Rose Bullock Nursing Scholarship ($1,000 per semester for tuition)

Mark Isham Fine Arts Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition for one year)

Cheryll McCrarey/Lake Cumberland Women’s Club Scholarship ($500 per semester for tuition)

Wesley T. Morris Scholarship ($1,000 per semester for tuition for one year)

Weddle Family Scholarship Fund for Laurel Campus Diesel Technology ($2,500 per semester for tuition and supplies)

Randall and Victoria Weddle Scholarship ($1,500 per semester for tuition)

Alexis Weddle Scholarship ($1,500 per semester for tuition)

Christian Blake Weddle Memorial Scholarship ($1,500 per semester for tuition)

Lucas Weddle Scholarship ($1,500 per semester for tuition)

Nicholas Weddle Scholarship ($1,500 per semester for tuition)

Governor’s Scholars

Students who have received the Governor’s Scholar award are eligible for the SCC Presidential Scholarship. The scholarship is valued at up to twelve credit hours of SCC tuition per semester.

Criteria:

1. Student must have completed the Governor’s Scholar program and provide a copy of the certificate of completion.

2. Student must maintain a 3.0 grade point average.

3. Student must maintain full-time program enrollment status. 

4. Students must enroll at SCC within the initial Fall semester after graduating from high school.

Roger’s Scholars

Students who have received the Roger’s Scholar award are eligible for the SCC Presidential Scholarship. The scholarship is valued at up to twelve credit hours of SCC tuition per semester.

Criteria:

1. Student must have completed the Roger’s Scholar program and provide a copy of the certificate of completion.

2. Student must maintain a 3.0 grade point average.

3. Student must maintain full-time program enrollment status.

4. Students must enroll at SCC within the initial Fall semester after graduating from high school.

KCTCS Presidential Scholarship

The criteria for the KCTCS Presidential Scholarship are determined locally with encouragement toward academic merit, diversity of student populations, and college enrollment goals.

Criteria:

1. ACT Composite score of 23 or higher

2. Grade point average of 3.25 or higher Students may receive the KCTCS Presidential Scholarship up to two additional semesters as long as they maintain a grade point average of 3.25 of higher and are enrolled in at least six credit hours. KCTCS Presidential Scholarships may be used for tuition, books, and other related educational expenses.

KCTCS Commonwealth Scholarship

The KCTCS Commonwealth Scholarship was created during the 1988 regular session of the General Assembly to encourage Kentucky’s high scholastic achieving students to attend college in Kentucky. Awards are based on the availability of funds and preference will be given to the most qualified students who meet the academic standards.

The Commonwealth scholarships are available to Kentucky residents; and current year high school graduates in the top quartile of their high school graduating class; or prior year high school graduates in the top quartile of their high school graduating class.

Students awarded the Commonwealth Scholarship may earn a second year award provided they have successfully completed at least 24 credit hours at a KCTCS institution, maintained a 3.0 grade point average, and they are enrolled in at least six credit hours. KCTCS Commonwealth Scholarships may be used for tuition, books, and other related educational expenses.

Criteria:

1. Kentucky Residency

2. Current year high school graduates in the top quartile of their high school graduating class; or prior year high school graduates in the top quartile of their high school graduating class

KCTCS John T. Smith

Named for Dr. John T. Smith the first African American to receive a doctoral degree from the University of Kentucky. Dr. Smith had a distinguished career in higher education and served as the first African American community college president in Kentucky. Dr. Smith served as president of Jefferson Community College for seven years (1968-1975).

The John T. Smith scholarships are available to Kentucky resident students who demonstrate potential for success in postsecondary education and also demonstrate a need for financial support in pursuing post-secondary education. Factors for consideration include academic records, achievement in extracurricular activities and racial status. This scholarship may be renewed for a second year with a grade point average of 2.5 or higher, and if they are enrolled in at least six credit hours. John T. Smith Scholarships may be used for tuition, books, and other related educational expenses.

Criteria:

1. Financial Need

2. Academic Record

3. Achievement in Extracurricular Activities

4. Racial Status

Additional KCTCS Scholarships

In addition to the KCTCS Presidential, KCTCS Commonwealth, and KCTCS John T. Smith scholarships, KCTCS provides Somerset Community College with additional scholarship opportunities. The following scholarships follow the same process for other SCC scholarships with the addition of a second application.

The Kentucky Colonels Better Life Scholarship

The Kentucky Colonels Scholarship is a scholarship that is awarded to two students in the annual amount of $2,500.00 each ($1,250.00 per semester). The scholarship recipient must be primarily, a first time/or near first time student, a full-time student, working (work study counts), a single parent with children under the age of 12, and enrolled in a degree seeking program. The Colonels are hoping to award the scholarship to a first time student and to provide the scholarship for 4 semesters.

Workforce Development

The Workforce Development Transfer Scholarship provides two $4,000.00 scholarships to second year students who plan to earn a degree from KCTCS and are transferring to a Kentucky public or independent four-year college/university. The scholarship also provides one $3,000.00 scholarship to a first year student who plans to earn a degree from KCTCS and transfer to a Kentucky public of independent four-year college/university. The scholarship is renewable at $4,000.00 provided the student maintains good academic standing in year one.

Criteria:

1. Enroll full or part time and are degree seeking

2. Enroll in the STEM disciplines, health professions, career pathway programs, teacher shortage areas, or applied sciences

3. Declare their intent to pursue an associate’s degree in an area of workforce need at a KCTC institution

4. Enter a KCTCS institution in good academic standing and maintain that standing while enrolled

5. Declare their intent to pursue a baccalaureate degree upon graduating from KCTCS with an associate’s degree

PNC Workforce Development

The PNC Workforce Development Scholarship is awarded to a North Laurel Campus student of Somerset Community College. The funding comes from the generosity of the PNC Foundation. The award is $500.00 per semester, and the student must reapply every year.

Criteria:

1. Somerset Community College Laurel North Campus student

2. Preference given to low to moderate income houses

3. High-wage, high-demand workforce development programs and/or who plan to transfer to a Kentucky four-year university to earn a baccalaureate degree

Whayne Supply

The Whayne Supply Scholarship is a scholarship that is determined by an outside selection process. The student’s award information is sent to Somerset Community College by KCTCS. The award amount is $1,500.00 for the year ($750.00 per semester).

The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) provides and administers a wide array of scholarship opportunities. These scholarships follow the guidelines outlined by KHEAA and its affiliates. More information can be found at www.kheaa.com.

Here are some of the scholarship opportunities that KHEAA provides:

Kentucky Education Excellence Scholarship (KEES):

https://www.kheaa.com/website/kheaa/kees?main=1

Mary Jo Young (MJY)*:

https://www.kheaa.com/website/kheaa/mjyoung?main=1

*The Mary Jo Young is a scholarship offered only to high school juniors and seniors taking dual credit courses.

Early Childhood Development Scholarship (ECDS):

https://www.kheaa.com/website/kheaa/ecds?main=2

Go Higher Grant:

https://www.kheaa.com/website/kheaa/gohighergrant?main=1

Drive the Dream*:

http://gearupky.org/

*The Drive the Dream scholarship is awarded to students who participated in the GEAR UP Kentucky program.

Institutional Scholarships

Academic Achievement

The SCC Academic Achievement Scholarship is a scholarship granted to the top ten percent of select area high schools. It is valued at a fifty percent reduction of SCC tuition for up to twelve (12) credit hours. The scholarship may be received up to four semesters. The top ten percent lists are submitted by each high school’s guidance counselor to Somerset Community College.

Criteria:

1. Student must be in the top ten percent of their graduating high school class.

2. Student must maintain a 3.0 grade point average.

3. Students must enroll at SCC within the initial Fall semester after graduating from high school.

Other

In addition, Somerset Community Colleges offer other various scholarship opportunities to the students. These scholarships vary based on funding and other requirements. Examples of these scholarship opportunities include members of the Ambassador program, Student Government Association, and winners from the Skills USA competition.

GET IN. GET OUT. GET TO WORK!

Kentucky needs trained workers to meet increasing demands in our fastest growing workforce industries. The Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship provides financial assistance for eligible Kentuckians who are pursuing an industry recognized certificate, diploma, or associate of applied science degree.

Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship can work for you if you:

  • Are looking for a career in healthcare, manufacturing, construction, logistics, business, transportation and logistics, or information technology
  • Do not have enough grants/scholarships (Pell, CAP, SEOG, KEES, etc.) to cover your tuition. Work Ready is a “last dollar” scholarship
  • Want to take up to 60 credit hours tuition free
    Haven’t already completed an associate or bachelor degree
  • Are not in default on any Title IV or KHEAA administered program

Find out more at the the WorkReadyKentucky.com website!work ready ky scholarship logo

The mission of the Somerset Community College Honors Program is to encourage academic excellence, campus and community engagement, cultural awareness, and personal growth among highly motivated students in all disciplines. Honors students collaborate with faculty mentors in enhanced learning experiences that foster student success and improve life in their communities.


Program benefits

  • $500 scholarship
  • Honors designated courses
  • Honors designation on transcript for students who successfully complete the program
  • Designated honors faculty mentor
  • Opportunities for cultural enrichment and civic engagement
  • Scholarship to cover a portion of the membership fee for Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for community colleges
  • Summer orientation experience (Somerset and Laurel campuses)

Criteria
Applicants will be selected on the basis of GPA, composite ACT scores, essay, and letter of recommendation.

For more information and to apply, visit the Honors Program webpage. 

You could receive a scholarship worth up to $10,000 per academic year! Students who qualify will receive a one-time transfer scholarship of $4,000!  

Scholarship Selection Requirements: 

  • Must be a Pell grant-eligible student based on financial need from a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • Academically talented – Math ACT of 22 or H.S. GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. 
  • If your High school GPA is below 3.5 or Math ACT below 22, two letters of recommendation are required.
  • Students must be enrolled at least 6 credit hours per semester in a qualifying STEM program leading to an associate degree in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Pre-Engineering.  
  • Scholarship recipients must be US Citizens, US Nationals, aliens admitted as refugees under section 207 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, or aliens lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence.  
     
    To continue to receive the scholarship, recipients must: 
  • Maintain a minimum college GPA of 3.0. 
  • Demonstrate financial need. 
  • Be enrolled at least half-time (6 credit hours) each fall and spring semester in a qualifying STEM program.  
  • Interact with their Mentor for at least 6 hours per semester. 

Contact the scholarship office for more information at sccscholarships@kctcs.edu or 606-451-6644.

This scholarship is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 2030801.

Application Requirements and Renewal Process

Application Requirements:

    1. A completed scholarship application
    2. A completed admissions application
    3. A copy of the student’s grade transcript (may be official or unofficial)
    4. Minimum of a 2.5 (cumulative) GPA
    5. ACT scores (This is not required to be considered for scholarships, but if you have ACT scores you could be considered for additional scholarship opportunities)
    6. Complete the FAFSA (in addition to steps 1-5) to be considered for the financial need scholarships. If you choose not to fill out the FAFSA then applicants will only be considered for Merit based scholarships.
      a) Financial Need Scholarships: Preference is given to those who fall in the “gap range”, namely those who may not receive outside assistance for educational expenses. Primarily, this would affect students in the middle-income range. However, both students with federal financial aid eligibility and students who have no federal aid eligibility are not excluded.

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Scholarship Renewal Process

Scholarships may be renewed up to four semesters.  Renewals are completed on a semester by semester basis.  The Scholarship Coordinator contacts the scholarship recipients and notifies them of the deadline.  Students must respond by the appropriate deadline in order to be considered for continuation.

Fifth Renewal Process

Scholarships may be renewed up to four semesters, and in some occasions students may request a fifth semester.    The Scholarship Coordinator contacts the scholarship recipients and notifies them of the deadline.  A fifth semester request must be completed by the student and returned to the Scholarship Coordinator by the appropriate deadline.  Fifth semester requests are determined by the scholarship committee and all decisions are final.  The Scholarship Coordinator notifies the students requesting a fifth semester of the committee’s decision.

Scholarship Warning & Removal Process

Students receiving scholarships are required to meet all of the scholarship criteria to continue as a scholarship recipient.  Failure to do so can result in a warning and/or the removal from the scholarship.  The Scholarship Coordinator contacts the scholarship recipients who have failed to meet the scholarship criteria.  Decisions regarding scholarship warnings and removals are determined by the scholarship committee and all decisions are final.  The Scholarship Coordinator notifies the students the committee’s decision.  In some instances, students may be automatically removed from scholarships.  Examples of this include: withdrawal from all courses within a semester, failing all courses within a semester, failure to enroll, causing a gap in enrollment within an academic year.

Resources

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA): www.fafsa.gov

Federal Student Aid: http://studentaid.ed.gov/

National Student Loan Data System: https://nslds.ed.gov/nslds/nslds_SA/

 Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA): www.kheaa.com

Questions? Reach out to our scholarship office. We're here for you.

Tawshiana Beggan
Scholarship Coordinator
Telephone: (606) 451-6644
Fax: (606) 679-4369
E-mail: sccscholarships@kctcs.edu

Deadlines

The completed scholarship application and all required documentation must be returned or postmarked by the following deadlines:

  • March 1 (Priority Deadline)
  • July 1 (Secondary Deadline for residual scholarships for the Fall semester)
  • December 1 (Deadline for scholarships for the Spring semester)

Scholarship Application

Note: Scholarships do not cover any additional fees, which will need to be paid through other means.