Friday, October 29, 2010

Scholarships MONTCO-Free Money


Scholarships do not have to be repaid.

Institutional Scholarships

  • Automotive Technology Scholarship
    Awarded to students who apply for financial aid and enroll in the Automotive Technology Program.
  • Dual Admission and Core-to-Core Transfer Agreement Scholarships for Montgomery County Community College students.
  • Montgomery County Community College Foundation Scholarships
    Each scholarship has specific criteria for eligibility.
  • PHEFN—Pennsylvania Higher Education Foundation Nursing Scholarship
    Awarded to students entering the continuous Nursing Program option during the summer terms.
  • STEM—Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Scholars Scholarship
    Awarded to full-time students in specific programs of study: astronomy, biological sciences, biotechnology, chemistry, computer and information technology, engineering geospatial science, geology, mathematics and physics.

Outside Scholarships

  • Barnes & Noble Scholarship Credit
  • Coca-Cola Scholars
  • Fastweb
  • Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
  • Scholarships 4

    The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has opened the nomination process for its Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship Program to students and recent alumni of community college. The scholarship includes up to $30,000 annually per recipient who will transfer to an accredited four-year college or university fall 2010 to pursue a bachelor’s degree.

    Montgomery County Community College will nominate two students. Complete eligibility requirements and additional information can be found online. If you have any questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office, 215-641-6566 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              215-641-6566      end_of_the_skype_highlighting.


May 1—PHEAA State Grant
May 1—FAFSA Completion for MCCC Foundation Scholarships
June 30—Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for prior academic year
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Students can receive financial aid with full-time or part-time enrollment status.

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Christopher Radliff
Christopher Radliff
When Christopher Radliff graduated from Upper Merion High School three years ago, he intended to study jazz in college. When he didn’t get into a music school right away, he enrolled at Montgomery County Community College as a Digital Audio Production major.

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