The 2017-18 application window is OPEN February 1 - March 15, 2017.
One application is all it takes!
Scholarships are monetary gifts presented to students who meet conditions defined by the person or group giving the money. Many organizations, agencies, and businesses offer scholarships. There are many online sources of information about available scholarships, including UCC Foundation opportunities.
The UCC Foundation generally observes a limit of $4,000 per student, per academic year for Foundation scholarships. However, some exceptions may apply.
Scholarships offer a good way to help pay for your education. Thousands of scholarships are available each year, and every one of them has its own unique requirements. There are scholarships that match each individuals skills, interests, heritage, and field of study. Also, it is important to be sure to keep track of academic achievements, work experience, and extracurricular activities. Many scholarships are based on the recipients involvement in certain activities and/or association with particular groups.
Lista de las becas en español
Ver y bajar una lista de las becas y sus descripciones.
Student Success Story
Maddie Gidcumb - Scholarship Recipient Success Story
UCC Foundation scholarship recipient Maddie Gidcumb conveys the importance of scholarships to her success as a UCC student. She expresses her gratitude for the support from UCC faculty, advisors, and the Foundation in helping her achieve her dreams.
Many scholarship opportunities require the completion of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to file your application as close to October 1 as possible.
- Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC)
- College Answer
- Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
- Scholarship Scams - Be aware and wary of ‘scholarship scams’ and organizations that promise money or who are willing to do the work for you.
Scholarship & Donor Relations Coordinator
Hours: 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday