• Come from a variety of sources — the college, your high school, individuals, and community organizations
  • Do not have to be repaid
  • Are offered to specific sets of students based on area of study, geography, achievement, and other criteria

Presidential Scholarship

Presidential scholarships are awarded to exceptional students from local area high schools. Learn more about Presidential Scholarships.

Merit-Based Scholarships

A limited number of merit-based scholarships are awarded to incoming students with solid and competitive academic records.  No application is required.  Awarded students will be notified after acceptance to the college.

Campus-Based Scholarships

There are numerous scholarships for various amounts available for current students each year based on academic achievement.

  • The application period for campus-based scholarships is now open to students for the 2019-2020 academic year.
  • Complete the online scholarship application.

Additional Scholarship Resources

  • FASTWEB: The FASTWEB website provides a free scholarship search and information on potential scholarships throughout the United States.
  • U.S Department of Labor's Scholarship Search: The U.S. Department of Labor's Scholarship Search website allows you to enter your area of study and receive a list of potential scholarships.
  • Your Community. Many community and civic groups offer scholarships for graduating high school students. Your high school guidance office is a good place to start looking for scholarship opportunities in your community.