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TYPE OF SCHOLARSHIPS AND APPLICATION PERIODS:


ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS:

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 1st – April 4th

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

 

COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS

Community Scholarships are available based on annual contributions.

 

COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS – Deadline to Apply: August 1, 2016

PLEASE read criteria for each scholarship carefully BEFORE APPLYING!

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS (Incoming First-time, Full-time Freshmen ONLY)

The criteria for both scholarships for incoming freshmen are as follows: Full-Tuition Requirements (1) ACT Score 20-22 (2) High School GPA of 3.0. (3) Must maintain each semester a grade point average of 3.0 during their entire attendance at Coahoma Community College.

Partial Tuition Requirements (1) ACT Score 17-19 (2) High School GPA of 3.0. (3) Must maintain each semester a grade point average of 3.0 during their entire attendance at Coahoma Community College.   CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

The DAVID AND HATTIE TAYLOR MATH AND SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP is in honor of the late David Taylor and his widow Mrs. Hattie J. Taylor who are alumni of Coahoma Community College, we the Wright Temple COGIC family are proud to award a student the generous donation of $500.00 for both the fall and spring semester 2016-2017 school term. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

 

THE DELTA SCIENTIFIC SCHOLARSHIP is an annual scholarship awarded to a student that is pursuing an education in some capacity of the medical profession and has a strong desire of remaining or returning to the Delta to work. The student must have a GPA of 3.0 or better and must submit an essay expressing what their goals are and what they hope to contribute to the Delta post education. The amount of the scholarship is $300. CLICK HERE TO APPLY .

 

The DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC MISSISSIPPI TAG SCHOLARSHIP applicant must meet the following criteria:

a) Provide proof of 30 hours of community service *IMPORTANT*. Attach the document with name of organization, contact person, telephone number and number of hours of service completed for each organization.

b) Incoming Freshman for Fall 2016

c.) High school GPA of 2.75 or above

d) Must be a full-time student at Coahoma (15 or more hours)

e) Submit two (2) letters of recommendation

f) If selected as the recipient, you must acknowledge by submitting a letter to DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC, POST OFFICE BOX 566, and OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 38655

CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

 

The FRANK HOWARD, SR. SCHOLARSHIP was established in honor of Frank Howard, Sr., who served as an instructor in the Math and Science Department for Coahoma community from 1966 - 1990 Five students will be awarded in the fall and five students will be awarded in the spring semester. The student must be enrolled full-time (15 hours) without a break or gap in enrollment with a cumulative overall GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

 

The GREG MALATESTA SCHOLARSHIP is designed to provide financial assistance to those students enrolled in a Business Associate degree program offered in the Academic Division of studies. These funds are stipulated for students with no other means of financial assistance. Students may qualify for up to $1,000 per academic semester for one academic year.   CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

 

The MISS FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to four freshman students who will return for the Fall 2016 semester. The student must be in good academic standing without a break or gap in attendance, have a GPA of 3.0 or above and plan to pursue a career in education and/or economic development. An interview may be requested. The amount of $500 will be awarded during the fall semester. The student must remain enrolled in school six weeks or more to receive this award. Submit two (2) letters of recommendation. Total award is $500.00 per student. CLICK HERE TO APPLY. 

 

The ROBERT SWATZELL HEALTH SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP is designed to provide financial assistance to those students enrolled in a certificate or degree programs offered in the Health Science Division of studies. These funds are stipulated for students with no other means of financial assistance. Certificate Programs, limited to $500 per student per program and Associate Degree Programs, limited to $1000 per student per program. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

 

TheTOLERNISA SMITH-BUTLER EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP is a donation of $500.00 to the Scholarship Fund for Coahoma Community College. The requirements to receive the scholarship are (1) the student must be a Broad Street High School Student (Graduating Senior) only/and must attend Coahoma Community College and (2) must major in Early Childhood Education. Other requirements are listed on the application. The award amount is $500. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.


Note: Funds will be disbursed after the Community Foundation receives the progress from the university.

 


 

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