TYPE OF SCHOLARSHIPS AND APPLICATION PERIODS:


ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS (click on scholarship name to apply)

Fall Academic Scholarships
(Incoming First-time Freshmen ONLY)
Apply from March 1st – Last Day of Fall Registration

Spring Academic Scholarships

(Incoming First-time Freshmen ONLY)
Apply from the December 1 – April 4, 2014

Academic (Full) OR (Partial): INCOMING FRESHMEN ONLY

 

COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS

(click on scholarship name to apply):
Community Scholarships are available based annual contributions.

Dr. Nate Lowe Scholarship
Deadline to Apply March 17, 2014

 
COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPSApply from March 5th  – April 4th

PLEASE read criteria for each scholarship carefully BEFORE APPLYING!

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholarship

Ben-Glo Scholarship

Mr. Bennie S. Gooden, Sr. Scholarship

Blake’s Scholars (Incoming Freshmen ONLY)

The Daugherty Family Ben Glo Foundation Scholarship Application

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Scholarship

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (Fannie Lou Hamer)

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (State Chapter) Scholarship

Delta Scientific Scholarship (Essay required) - Dr. Kushna K. Damallie

Frank Gambrell Memorial Scholarship

Lillian Rogers-Johnson Memorial Scholarship

Miss Foundation for Education and Economic Development Scholarship (Returning Fall 2014)

Dr. Nate Lowe Scholarship (2-page Essay required)

Dr. J. Steven Blake Scholarship

Dr. Vivian M. Presley Scholarship

 

SCHOLARSHIP GUIDELINES:
Applicants must meet the set criteria of scholarship and follow Coahoma Community College’s Scholarship Guidelines as published in the in the Catalog.

SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA:
Each scholarship will have a criteria defined by the institution or by the person(s) or organizations funding the scholarship.

 

 

STEPS TO APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP

 

PROCESS FOR ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS:

  1. Complete the application online by deadline. Submit all required information including two letters of recommendation.
  2. The applicant’s information will be downloaded and submitted to the Office of Admission for verification of grade point average (GPA) and ACT scores, therefore, when you submit, this info should be on file.
  3. The applicant’s information will be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid for verification of completed FAFSA.
  4. If the applicant is eligible, the applicant will received a Certificate of Scholarship from the Office of Admissions OR the President’s office.

PROCESS FOR COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS:

  1. Complete the application online by deadline. Submit all required information including two letters of recommendation.
  2. The applicant’s information will be downloaded and submitted to the Office of Admission for verification of grade point average (GPA) and ACT scores, therefore, when you submit, this info should be on file.
  3. The applicant’s information will be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid for verification of completed FAFSA
  4. The Scholarship Committee will review the applicant’s information.
  5. The Scholarship Committee will select a recipient.
  6. Upon selection, the recipient will receive an email offering him/her the scholarship.

NOTE: You may apply for only ONE Academic Scholarship. Please read the criteria carefully BEFORE applying for scholarships.

NOTE: REMEMEBER: APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE DURING THE SCHOLARSHIP PERIODS LISTED ABOVE.