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SRTC Scholarships

Summer 2017 scholarships are now under review. Notifcation emails will be sent before May 12. Please check your dashboard for updates.

General Scholarship Guidelines offer further explanation to some of the criteria in SRTC Foundation scholarship policies.

Beginning Fall Semester 2015, all scholarship applications will be submitted online. (See link above to access the online application.)

***Please note, applicants must still attach all supporting documentation found in each scholarship’s policies and procedures (such as essays, letters of recommendation, transcript, etc.). However, applications will no longer be turned into the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Merit Based scholarships are evaluated based on grades (transcripts), letter(s) of recommendation, and essays. Merit based scholarships are awarded based on availability. Applications for these scholarships are accepted the semester before they are awarded.

Incomplete scholarship applications will NOT be reviewed! The Office of Institutional Advancement is not responsible for notifying students of incomplete applications.

Be sure you have completed a FAFSA. Completion of a FAFSA is required for all SRTC Foundation applications. For assistance, please see the Office of Financial Aid.

If you have any questions about scholarships or the application process, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 229-227-2415 or the Office of Financial Aid at 229-225-5036.

Do you qualify for the Non-Traditional Student Scholarship? Find out here!

High School Scholarships

The SRTC Foundation offers high school seniors the opportunity to apply for a scholarship before graduation. A scholarship is awarded to students from each high school in Colquitt, Grady, Mitchell, Thomas, Tift, Turner and Worth Counties. Applications for the High School scholarship can be picked up at your high school counselor’s office or SRTC. Scholarship recipients are awarded a $500 scholarship upon enrolling at SRTC. Awards are announced before high school graduation.

Other Scholarship Opportunities

Health students with a 3.5, look no further. Here is a scholarship for you.

This Work Ethic Scholarship program is looking for you. Apply before May 19.

Colquitt County High School students should check out these great scholarships available.

Pro Meat Grinder’s $500 Scholarship For Deserving Students is available to high school seniors and current college students who have earned a 3.0 GPA.

High school seniors, this scholarship is for you! The Boxercraft Fight Against Pancreatic Cancer Scholarship is a $2,000 scholarship. Apply now.

Science and nursing students: apply here for the fishboxpro $1,000 scholarship.

Women in technology: this is a scholarship for you. Apply before July 31, 2017 for Fall and November 30, 2017 for Spring.

Apply here for the Safe Driver $1,000 scholarship. Applications are due by June 5, 2017.

Students 17 and older who are currently enrolled at SRTC can apply for this scholarship due May 31, 2017.

WalletHacks has a $1,000 scholarship for students actively enrolled at an accredited two or four year college or university in the United States. Apply before August 1, 2017.

Do you own your own business or want to start your own business after graduation? The VRtrepreneur Scholarship is available for fall. Apply before August 20, 2017.

Students with a 3.9 GPA or higher are eligible for the PricenFees Affliate Marketing Scholarship. Applications for Fall 2017 are accepted until August 15, 2017.

Ampronix is offering scholarships for SRTC students who are already enrolled in classes and have completed at least 20 hours of community service in the last year. Apply before May 31, 2017.

Management students looking for scholarship opportunites should check out the CDS $1000 scholarship.

A $1000 scholarship opportunity is avaialble for SRTC students. Apply before August 2017.

Go Build Georgia High Demand Career Scholarship:

Current nursing students in the LPN or RN programs are eligible for the F.A. Davis undergraduate $1,500 scholarship.

Future LPNs and RNs are eligible for the Prime Medical Alert Scholarship.

The Community Foundation of South Georgia has scholarships available for local students.

The Technical College System of Georgia offers scholarships for veteran students, and students in IT and Manufacturing programs.

Are you looking to transfer to a 4 year institution? Find out what opportunities are available for you.

We have included a list of external websites to assist with your scholarship search.

If you've got the entrepreneurial bug in you, apply for the LawnStarter Lawntrepreneur Scholarship.

High school seniors: here is a scholarship for you.