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Like grants, scholarships do not need to be repaid. Scholarships are not awarded based upon financial need; instead, scholarships are based upon your academic performance and conduct. Outstanding student scholars may be awarded one scholarship each semester at MacCormac College. Scholarships are not automatically renewable. Ongoing scholarships are renewable, providing that the student submits a completed scholarship application no later than the 15th day of the month prior to the start of each semester and continues to fulfill the eligibility requirements. MacCormac College may withhold scholarship aid if a student fails to maintain established academic and conduct standards, or fails to submit a completed application by the deadline established.
The following are scholarships available at MacCormac College:
- Presidential Scholarship – $2000 per semester
Inspired by President Grace Alexis Stephens to encourage continual growth and advancement of all people in our society through education, these scholarships are available to scholars applying for admission to MacCormac College. Prospective students must receive two official letters of recommendation, filed with the College, must show involvement in community service or leadership activities, and enter the College with a high school GPA of 3.75 or above, or a college GPA of 3.75 or above. Students are eligible to apply for renewal of the Presidential Scholarship if they maintain a 3.5 GPA and meet stated student expectations.
- MacCormac Honor Scholarship – $1000 per semester
These ongoing scholarships are available to outstanding scholars who enter MacCormac College with a high school or college GPA of 3.6 or above. Students are eligible to apply for renewal of the MacCormac Honor Scholarship if they maintain a 3.4 GPA during each semester and meet stated student expectations.
- Founders Scholarship – $600 per semester
These ongoing scholarships are awarded in honor of Morton and Mary MacCormac, who established MacCormac College in 1904. Awards are based upon a combination of academic achievement and school or community involvement. Eligible students must enter MacCormac with a high school or college GPA of 3.3 or above. Students are eligible to apply for renewal if they maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above and meet stated student expectations.
- Veterans Scholarship – $1000 per semester
These ongoing scholarships are awarded to veterans applying to and continuing their education full-time at MacCormac College. Eligible students must present a letter of benefits eligibility from the U.S. Office of Veterans Affairs.
- Dreamers Scholarship – $1000 per semester
These scholarships are awarded each semester to undocumented students with a GPA of 3.0 or above who are enrolled full-time at MacCormac College.
- Transfer Scholarship – $600
This one-time scholarship award may be offered to students who transfer to MacCormac College and have completed a minimum of 12 semester hours with a GPA of 3.3 at a regionally-accredited institution of higher learning before transferring to MacCormac.
- Opportunities Scholarship – $500-$1000 per semester
These ongoing scholarships are awarded to recent high school graduates applying to MacCormac from our partner high schools who show academic promise and financial need.
Recipients are eligible to receive the Opportunities Scholarship for the first two consecutive semesters as long as they meet stated student expectations.
- Student Family Scholarship – $300 per semester
These scholarships are available to each member of the same immediate family (sibling, spouse, daughter, son) concurrently enrolled at MacCormac. Recipients must meet stated student expectations.
- Student Ambassador Scholarship – $250 per semester
This scholarship is available to MacCormac College students who apply and are selected to participate in the Student Ambassador program.
- Continuing Education Scholarship – $1,000 for full time students, $500 for part time students
This one-time schoarship award is directed to students who are dislocated due to their previous school closing.