US Bank Scholarship recipient
"I feel very blessed that I was chosen for this scholarship. Education is very important to me. This scholarship will allow me to finish my Associates degree at SCTCC and aid me in pursuing a four year business degree. I plan to follow my entrepreneurial dream of developing STiTCH Goods, a clothing brand that I created at SCTCC. In addition, I will continue to diligently develop my professional skills and be a positive role model. Thank you."
We believe in you!
So many individuals and organizations value the skill, work ethic, critical thinking and care that SCTCC graduates bring to our region. One of the many ways they show gratitude is through scholarship gifts.
Thanks to the generous investments of alumni, community partners, faculty and staff, the SCTCC Foundation has been able to award more than $1 million in scholarships since 1999. More than 200 scholarships are available each academic year.
Unless noted, students simply need to complete the common application online to be considered.
Scholarship Review Criteria
Selection for student scholarship awards is made by evaluation of many different criteria.
► Interest and commitment to a program of study.
► Involvement with school, family, employment or community activities.
► Leadership roles and/or awards received.
► Life experiences that have influenced personal growth.
► A minimum credit load of 6 per semester.
► Being in good academic standing* with the College.
► Care and detail of Personal Applicant Statement.
► Scholastic Achievement.
► Additional criteria specified by the donor.
*Good academic standing means a student has a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher, has a 67% completion rate of credit load, and is not on academic warning, suspension, or probation. By completing the online application, you acknowledge that you understand the SCTCC Foundation will be receiving your transcripts from the Registrar in order to make scholarship award decisions.
Beat the Odds Scholarship
View the application and recommendation information for the Beat the Odds scholarship program.