SRTC Foundation Scholarships

The Southern Regional Technical College Foundation offers scholarships each semester for qualifying students who successfully complete the scholarship application process. Current and future SRTC students may apply for these scholarships through our online system at

Spring ‘24 December 15
Summer ‘24 January 7 April 7 April 25
Fall ‘24 May 5 July 14 August 1
Spring ‘25 August 18 November 17 December 12

The scholarship application includes:

  • general information

  • a minimum of two recommendations

  • an unofficial copy of your transcript

  • a 250-word original essay

The Southern Regional Technical College Foundation offers students dozens of scholarship opportunities, including the Roy Jackson, Sr. Masonic Scholarship, the Albert & Esther Thomson Memorial Scholarship, the Bruce & Cass Kirbo Scholarship, the BSC Ambassadors Scholarship, the Canfor Southern Pine Scholarship, the Carter Family Scholarship, the Colby Gillis Memorial Endowed Scholarship, the Coppinger-Powell-Santoro Scholarship, the CORE Scholarship, the County Student Scholarships, the Culbreth Legacy Scholarship, the Dixie Bikers Scholarship, the Gap Scholarship, the Georgia Automobile Dealers Association Scholarship, the Growing Nurses Recruitment Scholarship, the Hill-Harrell Scholarship, the Jack & Joyce Leverette Scholarship, the James & Ruby Smith Scholarship, the Jump Start Recruitment Scholarship, the Kirbo Foundation Endowed Scholarship, the Kirbo Scholars Grant, the Kiwanis Club of Thomasville Scholarship, the Lillethun Scholarship, the Lillie Jackson Gregory Memorial Scholarship, the Melody Griffin Kennedy Memorial Scholarship, the Moultrie Tire Pros Automotive Scholarship, the Non-Traditional Career Scholarship, the Nussbaum Scholarship, the Ponders Brothers Scholarship, the Rural Development Partners Community Investment and Coca-Cola Bottling United Scholarship, the SRTC Legacy Scholarship, the Thomasville Business Management Student Scholarship, the Thomasville Phi Beta Lambda Scholarship, the Virginia Lee Rozier Scholarship, the Walter E. Cox Memorial Scholarship, the William Howard Flowers & Maury Tice Flowers/Archbold Medical Center Scholarship.

For more information about how to apply for scholarships, please use our Scholarship Application Guide. Or view the easy Scholarship Application One-Sheet.

How do I upload my transcript?

If you need help uploading your transcripts to your scholarship application, please see the Scholarship Application Guide above.

Do I qualify for the Non-Traditional Scholarship?

SRTC offers a Non-Traditional Student Scholarship for students who are enrolled in a program where there gender is underrepresented. Find out if you qualify.

Can high school students apply?

Yes! There are several scholarships avaiable through AwardSpring for incoming freshmen and Dual Enrollment students. Simply follow the instructions in the Scholarship Application Guide above to get started.

In addition, the SRTC Foundation awards one High School Recruitment Scholarship to a Senior from each high school in Colquitt, Decatur, Early, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, Seminole, Thomas, Tift, Turner, and Worth counties. Applications for the High School Recruitment Scholarship can be picked up at your high school counselor’s office or at the SRTC Foundation Office. These are paper applications and are not administered through AwardSpring with the rest of the Foundation scholarships. High School Recruitment Scholarship recipients are awarded a $500 scholarship upon enrolling at SRTC, and winners are announced before high school graduation.

When are applications due?

For Fall semester – July 15
For Spring Semester – December 1
For Summer Semester – April 15

How long is the review process? How do I know if I received a scholarship?
Applications are under review for approximatley two weeks. Students will be notified of their award status at least 10 days before the start of each semester via the email address registered in AwardSpring . Please be sure your email provider has marked “” as safe. If you do not see a message regarding your award status in your inbox, check your junk or spam folder.

What else should I know?

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

For more information:
Christina Reneau
Director of Institutional Advancement
229-225-4060 |


Jackson Healthcare Foster Student Emergency Assistance Fund:

Have you ever been a part of the Georgia foster care system? If so, you may be eligible to receive assistance through the Jackson Healthcare Foster Student Emergency Assistance Fund. Please click here to access more information and the application. Applications MUST be turned in to the SRTC Foundation Office. Contact information is below.

Mailing Address:
SRTC Foundation
15689 US Hwy 19 N.
Thomasville, GA 31792

Christina Reneau

Physical Address:
SRTC Thomasville – Building A, Room 231

Lockheed-Martin Scholarships:

Lockheed Martin is excited to announce the 2023 application cycle for our STEM and Vocational Scholarship Programs. Applications are open Monday, January 9 at 6:00AM Central Time and close Friday, March 31, 2023 at 3:00PM CT.

In January 2020, Lockheed Martin launched the Vocational Scholarship program to support students of all ages participating in skills-based training in engineering, technology and advanced manufacturing fields. The Vocational Scholarship program is a critical component of Lockheed Martin’s investment in workforce development and education. In 2023, Lockheed Martin’s Vocational Scholarship Program will award up to $5,000 to as many as 150 recipients.

Lockheed Martin launched the STEM Scholarship Program in 2018 as part of continued investment in the next generation of STEM talent. We are committed to providing access to pathways through education and into the STEM workforce for all students, particularly those from diverse backgrounds and communities historically underrepresented in STEM fields. Each year, the STEM Scholarship Program awards $10,000 to 200 recipients studying engineering or computer science at a 4-year college or university. Recipients may renew the scholarship up to three times for a total potential value of $40,000 per student.

Attached are the three flyers that can be distributed to students digitally or in printed form. We appreciate anything you can do to spread the word to students who may be eligible.

Landing Page Links:

Application Troubleshooting: Please contact the Lockheed Martin Scholarship administrator at or 1-507-931-0465 and ask for the Lockheed Martin Scholarship Program with any questions related to the application.