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ANDERSON FAMILY HOPE FUND

  • Requires FAFSA completion
  • Up to $500 semester (the amount can increase with tuition increases)
  • Open for late applicants
  • Students within two semesters for degree completion
  • Students who recently left workforce for training
  • Student who would have to take out loans

CARGILL MEAT SOLUTIONS

  • Separate Cargill scholarship application available on MCC website
  • Essay responses required
  • Letter of recommendation required
  • Preference given to Cargill employees/ family members
  • Definite April 1 DEADLINE

COSI - COLORADO SCHOLARSHIP INITIATIVE

  • Scholarships for Colorado students who are US citizens
  • Scholarship covers tuition assistance, including tuition, fees, books, housing, food and transportation

Student eligibility criteria:

  • Colorado students
  • Up to 250% Pell eligible (This translates to an EFC of approximately $13,000 and an approximate family income range up to $45,000-78,000.)
  • Participation in a rigor-based student success program
  • Enrollment in a community college course or a degree or certificate program
  • Complete all coursework with a C or better to remain eligible    
Prioritize when awarding:
  • Degree seeking students

ROBERT DATTERI PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP

  • Based on MCC President's discretion
  • Encourages Enrollment
  • Supports Program Development
  • Assists students in costs of specialized training
  • $1,000 per year to be divided among a group of students taking a specialized program/class as identified by the MCC President/Management Leadership Team.

DONALD C. AND LORETTA M. PRICE SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

  • Student must complete MCC application for admission for fall semester
  • Submit FAFSA by April 1
  • Meet Colorado residency requirements
  • Be in a financial aid eligible program of study
  • Student must be enrolled full-time

GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP

  • For all students
  • No specific grade point specified
  • Awards based on total point accumulation from judging of scholarship application, grades, reference letter, etc.

FOILES FAMILY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

  • Financial Aid determines recipients
  • Generate for as many students as possible

ROBERT E. HOGSETT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP (BRUSH)

  • Brush High School Graduates

ROBERT E. HOGSETT FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP (FORT MORGAN)

  • Fort Morgan High School Graduates

THE ROOTS GROUP SCHOLARSHIP

  • Recipient indicates desire to remain in Morgan County