Fund
College
Fund Type
Fund Notes
Mesa
Memorial
Students enrolled at Mesa Community College are eligible. Pursuing a degree in Nursing and completed the first year in the program Grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Preference will be given to students that demonstrate a compassion for others without regard to age, race, religion, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender exceptionalities, language, sexual orientation, and geographical area. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Foundation
Student Support
"The Wright Brothers Fly Again" scholarship covers in-state/in-county tuition (plus the registration fee) for any students taking EDU 101 at Phoenix College or high school students in the Phoenix Union High School District taking ENG 100AE as a concurrent course at Phoenix College, South Mountain Community College, or Gateway Community College. This concurrent course would be taken by high school students on a college campus and outside their regular high school time. The award does not cover additional class fees, books, private instruction, or music lessons. Eligibility • Have a legal presence in the United States. • Any student registered for EDU 101 at Phoenix College. • Any high school student in the Phoenix Union High School District, who are registered for ENG100AE as a concurrent course at Phoenix College, South Mountain Community College, or Gateway Community College. • To be considered for this scholarship, students must submit an unofficial transcript with their scholarship application.
GateWay
Student Support
Student must be enrolled in a math class at GateWay Community College Funds to be used for tuition, feew, or to defray costs in mathematics courses
Foundation
Memorial
 
Glendale
Student Support
GCC Student Program of Study in Studio Art 3.0 GPA
Paradise Valley
Student Support
The Casey Durandet Excellence in STEM Scholarship Endowment will assist students pursuing a STEM-related degree or certificate at Paradise Valley Community College. Preference will be given to female students focused on physics or engineering fields. Students must have and maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Student must major in Education at CGCC with the career goal of Teaching.
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Full-time student at CGCC (this may change ax the endowment grows to incorporate other Maricopa Colleges that have the same major) Students majoring in Music or Mucis Business Students must deomonstrate financial need (coplete a FASMA on file with financial aid) Students mucst demonstrate leadership skills, involvement in extra-curricular or community involvement. Students must list academis and/or non-academic awards and achievements. Scholarship given for one semester or split over two semesters. Minimum GPA of 3.0.
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Scholarship: Enrolled at CGCC U.S. military veteran Demonstrate urgent and short term financial need up to $1000 (Max 1 time per semester). This can include tuition for courses not covered by VA benefits, supplies, or other expenses. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by the Veteran's coordinator or a committee consisting of 3 people. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of Veterans Services Department and approved by Veterans Services Coordinator.
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Enrolled at CGCC Minimum GPA 3.0 Must be enrolled in 12 credits Maximum academic year award $1000 ($500 Fall/$500 Spring) Must be a CGCC Volleyball player Must volunteer time in the community and represent CGCC Volleyball to promote yourh volleyball Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college commiottee consisting of at least 3 people from the Athletic Department.
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
This gift is to be used for cultural events at Chandler-Gilbert Community College that present authentic images of the Latina/o community living in the United States today. Events may include writer's gatherings and readings, art exhibitions, theatrical and dance performance, concerts and films. Donor preference is inviting another guest writer. These events should promote the work of writers and artists by giving them a platform to present their work.
Chandler-Gilbert
Memorial
Funds awarded to CGCC Re-entry students who have completed a minimum of 12 hours at a MCCCD college with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Definition of re-entry is based on the Maricopa Community College definition. Meeting SAP requirement of completing 2/3 of attempted credits This scholarship is renewable to the student the next semester if he or she applies or meets the criteria Selection will be made by the CGCC General Scholarship committee in conjunction with the CGCC Director of Financial Aid more awards can be given at the discretion of the CGCC Director of Financial Aid in the case that the endowment grows so large to award for a semester Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 9 credits at CGCC
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
to be used to provide scholarships to students at CGCC who are in good academic standing and who demonstrate financial need.
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Minimum GP! 2.5 Recipients should have demonstrated leadership at Chandler-Gilbert Community College or in the community and/or have provided service to the college or the community Demonstrate leadership and/or service contributions essay Recipients are full-time or part-time students of Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Scholarship recipients must be enrolled in a minium of 6 credit hours at CGCC in the Aviation program in addition, students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA at CGCC. Applicants must be US Citizens, a legal resident of the United States, or have a lawful immigration status.
Chandler-Gilbert
Memorial
* Attending CGCC * Performing Arts major or actively involved in performing arts at CGCC * Minimum 2.5 GPA * Enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
Chandler-Gilbert
Community Partnerships
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Students enrolled at Chandler-Gilbert CC Minimum GPA of 2.0 College awarded scholarship only.Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by Financial Aid Office, Enrollment Services, or appropriate Division Chairperson
Chandler-Gilbert
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Monetary donation to benefit the Softball Program whether it is scholarship and/or program purposes.
Chandler-Gilbert
Memorial
GCC student; Education major; cum GPA 3.0; financial need; single parent
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Monetory donation to help fiance a trip to men's Basketball Trournament at AZ Western College, November 12-13, 2009 and to benefit the Men's Basketball Program whether it is scholarship and/or program purposes.
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Faculty/Staff Support
Student must be a US citizen For students enrolled in the AMT program at CGCC Aviation Program with intent to complete a degree or certification in this field. Minimum GPA of 2.5 or higher Student must be enrolled a minimum of 6 credit hours Student must complete a FAFSA with CGCC
Chandler-Gilbert
Memorial
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Memorial
Full time Math major Attending CGCC Must have completed 12 credit hours Minimum 3.25 GPA
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Funda may be used for general operations of the CGCC Hermanas Conference that is organized for local junior high and high school Latina female students from the CGCC surrounding communities. Funds support the expenses of CGCC hosting the competition at the campus. Intel is the primary supporter of this conference by supporting it with threir annual matching gift checks. The use of the funds is to be approved by the college contact for Hermanas at the college. Each MCCCD has a faculty member that is assisned to manage the event each year and work with the academic dean. Approbal of the expenses can occur either within the academis division, deans office or business operations offie.
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Enrolled at CGCC Enrolled in the Aviation and Aeronautics Program with the intent to complete a degree or certification in their field. Award will be for one year's full tuition renewable if student maintains a 2.5 GPA
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
First generation student Self-motivated student Single household income Minimum GPA of 2.5 or higher
Chandler-Gilbert
Memorial
Attending CGCC Admitted into the Nursing program full or part time student Minimum 2.0 GPA Financial need
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Min 2.5 GPA Enrolled in min of 6 credits at CGCC Essay question: As a LGBT individual or ally of the LGBT community, write a brief statement of approximately 500 words or less that describes how this scholarship would benefit you and help you achieve your educational goals. Within the essay please discuss our affinity for your connection to the LGBT community
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Memorial
Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits Majoring in political science, history, communication or intend to obtain a law degree Must be a current full time student at Chandler-Gilbert CC or a high school student planning to attend full time the following semester as well Scholarship will be awarded for a maximum of one year for $1,000 per year and split $500 per semester Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Memorial
Students must be enrolled at CGCC in their third semester of the AMT or AET (pilot) program to be awarded Students must be US Citizen and AZ resident Students must have a 3.0 GPA
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
 
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Enrolled full-time at CGCC Minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale Demonstrate academic excellence at CGCC Be a United States citizen
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
The amount available for award from the Fund shall be used on an annual basis to provide scholarships to Chandler-Gilbert Community College students and the MCCF will apply the amount available for award in accordance with the following criteria : Student Scholarships at the discretion of the Vice President of Student Affairs or Chief Student Affairs Officer (CSA.O)
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
Full-time student at CGCC (miminum of 12 credits per term). Must be U.S. Citizen and Arizona resident. Must have plans to major in Communication or English. Awarded for a maximum of one year for the spencabel endowment amount and split for the fall and spring semester. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.Must complete a FAFSA with CGCC
Chandler-Gilbert
Student Support
$500 Chandler Centennial Scholarship for fall 2012 semester to students who meet scholarship criteria.
Foundation
Student Support
The annual spendable amount will be transferred to the Asian Pacific Islander Scholarship fund
Foundation
Memorial
I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours per semester. I have a minimum of 2.5 GPA.
Foundation
Student Support
Enrolled at MCC, and active participant of the Asian Pacific Islander Club
South Mountain
Student Support
Provide support to help keep current students enrolled at South Mountain Community College by provideding them with funding in emergencies. An emergency can consist of assistance with meal expenses, rent, automovile repair, bus pass, internet access (if taking an online classs), tutoing, c.supplies as stipulated in the course syllabus, et.
South Mountain
Student Support
I plan to attend South Mountain Community College. Preference for female student. Preference for African American or Native American student. Student actively employed full or part time. I have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Scholarship may be available to students for one year to transfer to a four-year institution within the State of Arizona upon graduation from South Mountain Community College. Scholarships are renewable if applicant maintains minimum GPA of 2.5
South Mountain
Student Support
Students enrolled at South Mountain Community College Minimum GPA of 2.50 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by the Vice President of Learning
South Mountain
Faculty/Staff Support
Funds can be used from program support, student scholarships, or technology improvements.
South Mountain
Student Support
Program Endowment with the following criteria- 2.5 GPA minimum 6 credit hours minimum African American Female Employed part-time Financial help needed
South Mountain
Student Support
The intent of the Lorraine Calbow Scholarships is to assist South Mountain Community College students who want to make a difference in the world by pursuing their life's purpose and living their passion. As of January 2014 the balance in fund 5125 is $45,950.57. The balance will be transferred to 4214-1 and spent as follows: 2014 - $11,487 2015 - $11,487 2016 - $11,487 2017 - $11,487.57 6 scholarships for general transfer students: Criteria: Clear academic goal indicating life purpose and passion Persistence through steady and solid progress toward academic goal like 75-100% completion of course work from previous semesters GPA of 3.0 or higher 5 scholarships for Storytelling students: Criteria: Clear academic goal indicating use of storytelling towards life purpose and passion Persistence through steady and solid progress toward completion of storytelling certificate Demonstration of developing storytelling skills with actual telling to young children, peers or older adults.
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Memorial
SMCC Re-entry students who have a minimum of 12 hours at a MCCCD college with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Dr. Linda A. Lujan will serve on the selection committee.
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Memorial
Scholarships and equipment for the SMCC Baseball Program; criteria for scholarships includes minimum enrollment in 12 credit hours for the semester, eligibility per NJCAA guidelines, minimum academic standing of 2.0 GPA; based on recommendation from the Head Baseball Coach.
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
The fund is to be a scholarship fund for students of SMCC The criteria for selection of recipients is as follows: - The recipient must be registered as a full time student at SMCC - The recipient must maintain a 2.5 GPA for each semester he/she is awarded the scholarship The scholarship may be given for up to 2 academic years (4 semesters). The amount of the scholarship each adacamic year is not to exceed the cost of one year of SMCC tuition. The scholarship is to be awarded in a time frame that allows the recipient to register for fall classes. The number of scholarships available will be determined by the amount distributed from the endowment fund.
South Mountain
Student Support
Must be enrolled and attending full-time at South Mountain Community College . Must be a college freshman, sophomore . Must have earned and maintain a minimum cumulative 2 .0 GPA on a 4 .0 scale, unweighted. (High School GPA may apply for incoming Freshman)
South Mountain
Student Support
[This scholarship is to be awarded through the Bilingual Nursing Program at South Mountain Community College. These funds will benefit students who have successfully been admitted to SMCC, preference will be given to Hispanic students and residency will be left to the discretion of the BNFP Program Director at South Mountain Community College .]
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
Must be enrolled and attending full-time at South Mountain Community College . € Must be a college freshman, sophomore . € Must have earned and maintain a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, un-weighted . (High School GPA may apply for incoming Freshmen) . € Must be pursuing a degree in nursing, mathematics, science or general education
South Mountain
Community Partnerships
 
South Mountain
Student Support
Attending South Mountain Community College Majoring in Math, Science or Engineering.
South Mountain
Program Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
The Fund shall be used to supplement South Mountain Community College Athletic ScholarshipsiOeneral Fund and will be expended in accordance with the following criteria : Awards -- Recipients must meet the NJCAA eligibility rules and standards to be considered for an award .
South Mountain
Student Support
Preference will given to "adult" students- those who have interrupted their education to work or raise a family and are now seeking futrhter education to better themselves. Preference will be given to "average" students whose grade point average in high school or a prior college experience reflects C or B work. Must enroll in min of 9 credits per semester Prior recipients of teh martens scholarship are eligible for continuing scholarship suport for up to 6 semesters provided that they maintain a C average, complete at least nine credits pers semester and are other wise making satifactory progress toward completion of a degree or certificate. Students previously awarded a scholarship may "stop out" from their coursework one time for not more than 2 semesters and be eligible to reapply for a Martens scholarship upon resuing their studies. A committee at SMCC with work with the Foundation to find recipients.
South Mountain
Faculty/Staff Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
The fund shall be used to awards scholarships to undersgraduates pursuing degrees in nursing, mathematics, science or general education and will be expended in accordance with the following critiera: - Must be enrolled and attending full time at SMCC - Must be a college freshman, sophmore - Must have earned and maintain a minimim cumulativffe 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, unweighted (High school GPA may apply for incoming Freshman) - Must be pursuing a degree in nurising, mathematics, science or general education
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
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South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
Promote health and well being in South Mountain Community
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
Enrolled at SMCC Financial Need 2.5 GPA Enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
South Mountain
Student Support
-3.0 GPA -Enrolled in a storytelling class -Working on a storytelling certificate -Work with Liz Warren at SMCC to award and verify student
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
 
South Mountain
Student Support
ACE students must meet at least one of the At-Risk criteria's, Evidence of economic hardship/challenge, Evidence of single parent home, Environmental difficulties (i.e., personal, family, etc). First generation college student, Under-represented group. ACE student are either in hight school or Alumni Non-eligible citizen Scholarship Amount: up to $2,000 for full-time enrollment including fees, cost for conference expenses, fees associated with events and university expenditions.
Scottsdale
Memorial
Enrolled in a business degree or certificate program at SCC Continuing student that has completed 12 credits at SCC Enrolled in minimum of 6 credits towared their business degree or certificate Has a minimum 2.5 GPZ Has demonstrated financial need (FAFSA)
Scottsdale
Student Support
Majoring in Equine Science
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
Math and/or science majors at Scottsdale Community College Enrolled in 12 units minimum per semester On a transfer path to a 4-year degree Scholarhip is to automatically renew for the student if they continue to meet these criteris-for up to four (4) semesters (after the fourth semester, an exemption discussion with the family regarding special circumstances would be required) Financial need based is a critereion (FAFSA) Student to be a high school graduate Maintained GPA of 3.5 (whether just leaving high school or as a 2nd year college student) The family would like to see an even distribution between male and female recipients over time To be used by the selected candidate(s) for payments toward full time academic tuition, books, fees and living expenses associated with attending school full time.
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
Full time Fine Arts/Theater Major GPA 3.0 or higher 12 united of studey copleted in theater classes Financial need and diversity are both secondary considerations Student may receive the award more than once, but must reapply each year Student may be a freshman, sophomore or continuing third year student. In cases where a fourth year student is eligible, the committee will have the ability to determine if the student is worhty of the scholarship.
Scottsdale
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
1. Area of study should be Architecture, Architecture Technology, 3D/CAD, Interior Design, etc. 2. Annual Scholarship awarded to a continuing full time student (12 units or more) a. in good standxing b. that has in the option of the Faculty & Director exibited, through her/his academic performance and submitted portfolio of Architectural Technology course work, an outstanding level of promise and future ProfessionaL achievement. 3. The student will apply for the scholarship and be chosen via the following process: a. A committee (comprised of either one faculty member, or two or more faculty and the donor), faculty to be appointed by the Director, will reviw all applications b. The donor will interview applicants and will select the finalist. 4. The scholarship will be a. Awarded each fall based on the selection of the recipient in the prior spring. b. Exclusively used by the selected condidate for payments toward full time academic tuition, books, fees and living expenses associated with the attending scholl full time. 5. The Scholarshpi will provide payout for a recipient until such time that the award exceeds 100% of the total cost of registration and fees for an academic year. When, at some future point, ther are greater funds available than students meeting the funds criteris, the award committee may, at its discretion: a. Award 100% of the available scholarship award payout to the recipient of the award. b. Choose to provide a second (and third, ad infinitum) award to an excellent Architecture student, or student intending to transfer to pursue a 4 year architecture degree. 6. The student recipients will work with the SCC Development Department to communicate their progress on an annual and ongoing basis. The recipient shall write a thank you letter addressed to "Dear Mr. Loope" thanking him for the gift and delineating his or her focus in school, relevant background and history intentions upon ompleting school and any other personally relevant information that the student feels comfortable sharing.
Scottsdale
Student Support
Interior Design majors who have completed a miniumum of 12 units of study in Interior Design classes. 1. GPA of 3.2 or higher 2. Financial Need is secondary consideration 3. Can be either a freshman or sophomore 4. A student may receive the award more than once, but must reapply each year 5. The student recepient will receive the full amount of the annual award 6. If Interior Design no longer exists at SCC, the funds may be transferred to the SCC General Scholarship Fund for use. However, the scholarship awardx shall retain the name: Gera King Interior Design Scholarshiip. 7. Thank you letters should be addressed to Dear Ms. Gera King.
Scottsdale
Student Support
This scholarship was created to fund students interested in reading, learning and travel. Strong preference is for students that work in the library - the following criteria are suggested: a. One annual award, awarded half in fall and half in spring if the student is eligible and returns b. 3.0 or higher GPA c. Preferred library experience (student worker or work study) at SCC, followed by any other library experience d. Preferred ESL student e. For new and/or continuing students f. High school students are eligible (3.0 HS GPA is acceptable) g. Donor selection committee to include Library Director/designee and/or committee of Librarians h. Essay Question: What is the best book or article you have read recently and why? i. The donor would like to meet the recipient if possible
Scottsdale
Student Support
Second year full and /or part time student enrolled at Scottsdale Community College who has declared a major in Art. 2.0 GPA or above Preference is for students showing financial need (FAFSA NOT requered)
Scottsdale
Student Support
Financial support for the tuition needs of a gifted full time student in good standing in the Interior Design program at SCC: 1. Area of study should be Interior Design 2. Annual scholarship awarded to a continuing full time student (12 credits or more) a. In good standing b. That has in the opinon of the Faculty and Director exhibited through his/her submitted portfolio of 1st Year Interior Design coursework and academic performance, an outstanding level of promise for future Professional achievement. 3. The student will apply for the scholarship and be chosen via the following process: a. A committeee (comprised of two or more faculty and the donor), appointed by the Director willl select the finalist. 4. The scholarship will be: a. Awarded each fall based on the committee's selection of the recipient the prior spring b. Exclusively used by the selected candidate for payments toward full-time academic tuition, books, fees and living expenses associated with attending school full time. 5. The Lynne Beyer Design Excellence Scholarship will provide payout for a recipient until such time that the award exceeds 100% of the total cost of registration and fees for an academic year. When, at some future point, there are greater funds available than students meeting the funds criteria, the award committee may, at its discretion: - Award 100% of the available scholarship award payout to the recipient of the award - Choose to provide a second (and third, ad infinitum) award to an excellent Interior Design student - Provide general scholarships to students enrolled in interior design The student recipients will work with the SCC Development Department to communicate their progress on an annual and ongoing basis. The recipient shall write a thank you letter addressed to "Dear Lynne Beyer" thanking her for the gift and delineating his or her focus on school, relevant background and history, intentions upon completing school and any other personally relevant information that the student feels comfortable sharing. An inititial corpus contribution of $10,000 USD and a onetime gift of $500 with the onetime gift of $500 to be used for the initial scholarship award in the academic year beginning in Fall 2014.
Scottsdale
Student Support
2.5 GPA Attend SCC Minimum enrollment in 6 units
Scottsdale
Student Support
The Remission Account exists to exclusively benefit students enrolled at Scottsdale Community College with debts incurred at Scottsdale Community College. During the process of enrollment, course changes, fee assessments and payment there are occasions when a student's account with the college shows a small amount owed. As there is a very real cost to invoice students, it is contemplated that through judicious use of the Remission Account that very small balances will be resolved prior to billing/rebill. It is contemplated that no debt in excess of $25 will be processed against the Remission Account. A student account 'qualifies' by having a nominal debt in the records of Scottsdale Community College. The Bursar (or designee) makes the decision to award based solely upon his/her judgement. The Bursar must balance the available funding in the account with the number/magnitude of accounts with nominal balances. As such, $25 is an absolute cap per student account though the actual amounts will be much smaller. Fees frozen at .75%
Scottsdale
Memorial
Scholarship recipient should be an ACE high school graduate attending SCC - open to all with previous ACE experience. Area of study should be STEM degree (astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering sciences, geology, math and physics) or an Applied Science degree (e.g., nursing, nutrition, etc.) A minimum GPA of 2.75 (in college classes - e.g. ACE program) is required to earn/renew the scholarship. If a recipient does not maintain the required GPA to renew the scholarship, the renewal will be discussed by the selection committee. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need The scholarship is available for renewal up to six semesters The Annette West Memorial Scholarship Fund will provide a payout for two recipients at equal percentages of each recipients tuition and fees until such time that the award exceeds 50% of the total cost of registration and fees for an academic year. - At such time that the endowment payout exceeds the 2 initial awards at 50% funding, the payout shall be utilized to fund a 3rd scholarship and will add scholarship ad infinitum. - If at some future point there are greater funds available then students meeting the funds criteria, the award committee may, at its discretion, consider awarding to recipients who were not ACE high school students and/or who otherwise do not meet the funds criteria set forth herein. The student recipients will work with the SCC Development Department to communicate their progress on an annual and ongoing basis. The recipients shall write a thank you letter addressed to "Dear Annette West Memorial Scholarship Fund Donors" thanking them for their gift and delineating their focus in school, relevant background and history, intentions upon completing school and any other personally relevant information that the student feels comfortable sharing. Recipients will be chosen by selection committee and, where possible, include the donors(s) in the selection process. The selection committee must include more members than donors, such that the donor(s) does/do not comprise a majority, as per IRS regulations. The selection process will be managed by MCCF in accordance with the criteria specified within this endowment agreement. Students will apply in accordance with the MCCF application process.
Scottsdale
Student Support
Restricted program fund: SCC Men's Basketball Foundation funds will be used for player scholarships, travel expenses, recruiting, and equipment necessary for the operation of our men's basketball team.
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Memorial
I plan to attend Scottsdale Community College I have a minimum 2.5 GPA I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. I am majoring in education.
Scottsdale
Student Support
Supporrt of programs and acitivities directly related to The Indigenous Scholars Institute at SCC
Scottsdale
Student Support
currently enrolled SCC nursing student; GPA in current nursing block 0-92% or higher; HESI score 1-1050; Outstanding Clinical Performance (based on attendance and no write-ups); presently enrolled in nursing block; award one student in each nursing block in both traditional and partnership groups as funds allow.
Scottsdale
Student Support
SCC student; identify as Native American; minimum GPA of 2.0; full or part time (part time awards pro-rated); pursuing certificate or degree in Entrepreneurship; Business Administration or management related fields of study.
Scottsdale
Student Support
SCC student; completed minimum of 30 credit hours; re-entry student; enrolled in minimum 6 credits. One $2000 award annually Amendment: 1. The subpart of paragraph B of the Agreement that is entitled "Criteria" is deleted and the following is substituted in its place: "The AAUW Scholarship shall be awarded annually to a student or students attending SCC. The recipient must have completed at least 12 credits, must be returning to college after an absence/interruption of his or her studies and be currently enrolled in at least six credit hours in a designated program. 2. Paragraph D of the Agreement is deleted and the following substituted in its place: "Awards from the Fund": The amount available for award from the Fund shall be determined annually in accordance with a quasi-endowment, specifically as follows: AAUW will maintain a minimum balance of ten thousand dollars in the corpus of the Fund and may utilize anything in the Fund above 10,000 for scholarships each year. Donations deposited in the Fund by Dec 31 will be available for scholarships for the following fall semester". 3. All provisions of the Agreement are hereby amended to the extent necessary so as to be consistent with the provisions of this First Amendment. Except as specifically set forth in this First Amendment, all of the terms and conditions of the Agreement remain unchanged and in full force and effect.
Scottsdale
Community Partnerships
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
ACE student must meet at least one of the following At-Risk Criteria: Evidence of economic hardship/challenge, single parent home, environmental difficulties (e.g. person, family, etc.), first generation college student, under-represented group, ineligible for Federal Student Aid.
Scottsdale
Memorial
SCC student; Liberal Arts, Physical Sciences, Mathematics or Nursing majors; enrolled in at aleast 6 credit hours; financial need; for tuition or books;awards are $500
Scottsdale
Community Partnerships
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Memorial
SCHOLARSHIP: Amount: S750 I award per year to candidate who meets following requirements: AAFA in Theatre Arts Candidate Minimum credits: 24 Minimum GPA: 3.0 AZ resident Applicant must submit essay {300-500 words) including educational and career goals in Theatre Arts, justification of financial need and demonstrated excellence and/or interest in computer technologies and dramaturgy. Applications submitted will he reviewed by the SCC Artists Creating Theatre Club Advisor (rjm) and SCC Theatre Arts Director for confirmation of eligibility and select the recipient.
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
The. MCC Foundation agrees to hold, invest,., and administer the Fund for the purposes described herein and in accordance with thee following criteria and processes : Heart to Heart is a program to assist students in need . SCC's Counseling Department will issue meal vouchers and bus passes to students in need . The Fund will serve as a conduit through which those who have will donate money for those who are in need . Meal vouchers and bus passes will be purchased as donations permit .
Scottsdale
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; maintain a 2.5 GPA; enroll in at least 6 credit hours per semester; major in Education
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Student Support
GPA of 3.0 or higher Student must have plans to pursue a 4 year degree and to transfer to a 4 year institution. student must show financial need.
Scottsdale
Student Support
I am majoring in hospitality & tourism management. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. I have a minimum 2.5 GPA I plan to attend Scottsdale Community College.
Scottsdale
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Scottsdale
Memorial
Enrolled at SCC 6 credits 2.5 GPA
Scottsdale
Memorial
Restricted program fund These funds are awarded to students who are enrolled in their second or higher Biology (major) course at SCC. Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need. Recipients are selected based on their performance in the biology curriculum by Biology faculty members at SCC along with the Division Chair. One or two recipients are chosen during the Spring semester each year. Award amounts are based on eligible funds, up to $1200.00
Scottsdale
Memorial
Endowed program fund: These funds are awarded to students who show outstanding achievement in organic chemistry courses at SCC. Students are nominated by faculty members and determined by a designated comittee comprised of Chemistry faculty, as well as the Math and Science Division Chair. Recipients are awarded a maximum of $500 in the Spring semester each year and are recognized at the annual Excellence Under the Stars awards ceremony.
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; must be an Interior Design Major; Must have completed an AAS degree in Interior Design or complete in the semester(s) covered by the scholarship. Must be enrolled in two required classes for the Professional Certificate (third year student); minimum 3.0 GPA
Scottsdale
Student Support
Previous Piper's Scholar's recipient who has completed 50 credit hours at SCC; Minimum GPA of 3.5; has been accepted as a full time student in a regionally accredited four year educational institution leading to a baccalaureate degree; Award $1500 per semester. To maintain eligibility the student must submit to the SCC financial aid office confirmation of: 2.75 GPA achieved during first semester of study, cumulative GPA of 3.0 achieved during each of the following 3 semesters, confirmation that full time status at an eligible transfer institution was maintained.
Scottsdale
Student Support
 
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; 2.5 GPA; enroll in at least 6 credit hours per semester; Academic Challenges - Legal Definition of Disabled - An injury or medical condition that interferes with an individual's ability to perform one or more of the functions of daily life or of work.
Scottsdale
Student Support
Attend SCC; minimum GPA 3.0; Register in at least 6 credits; Must be a Foreign Language or English Major
Scottsdale
Student Support
Funds will be held and administered for program support of SCC Athletics. Funds will be dispersed at the discretion of the Director of Athletics at SCC
Scottsdale
Memorial
1. $60,000 is currently the agreed upon historical gift value and will remain so until the estate of Earl Raymond Weinhold II and Emma Jean Weinhold is settled. Thereafter, the historical gift value will be increased to reflect the total amount of the estate distribution plus $60,000 2. From 2014 forward the following shall apply to Fund distributions: a. Distributions will fund scholarships at Scottsdale Community College b. Preference will be given to Native American students c. 2.5 GPA required d. 12 hours minimum enrollment per semester 3. Recipients of Janene Weinhold Memorial Scholarships will be made aware of the donors and their fund. 4. The donors will receive an annual report from Scottsdale Community College that delineates the scholarship recipients' names, tribal affiliation if known, amount awarded, credit hours taken and GPA. 5. To the extent reasonable and possible, the donors will be given an opportunity to meet scholarship recipients. 6. Fall of 2017 will begin amended agreement terms.
Scottsdale
Memorial
SCC student; minimum GPA 2.5; minimum 6 credit hours
Scottsdale
Student Support
Minimum of 12 credits completed at Scottsdale Community College Currently enrolled at Scottsdale Community College Minimum of 3 credits completed in Social/Behavioral science courses at Scottsdale Community College Re-entry student GPA must be between 2.5 and 3.5 Intends to transfer to a four year university and major in a Social/Behavioral Science Applications will be reviewed by a committee consisting of faculty/staff from the SCC Social/Behavioral Sciences Department
Scottsdale
Student Support
Attend SCC; minimum 2.5 GPA; register in at least 6 credits
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attends SCC; maintain at least a 2.5 GPA; enroll in at least 6 credits per semester; Psychology major
Scottsdale
Memorial
An annual scholarship or scholarships shall be awarded to a student or students majoring in instrumental music (piano) at SCC; full or part-time students, must be making satisfactory progress toward a degree in instrumental music with an emphasis on piano; financial need; selection made by no less than three SCC Music faculty members
Scottsdale
Student Support
SCC student; enrolled in at least one music class
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; maintain a 2.5 GPA; enroll in at least 6 credit hours per semester; majoring in Theater and Stage
Scottsdale
Student Support
Currently enrolled SCC nursing student; minimum 3.0 GPA; financial need
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; maintain 2.5 GPA; enroll in at least 6 credits per semester
Scottsdale
Memorial
SCC student presently or previously enrolled in cooperative education internship or service learning
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; minimum GPA 2.5; register in at least 6 credit hours
Scottsdale
Student Support
Attend SCC; CIS major; minimum 2.5 GPA; register in at least 6 credits
Scottsdale
Student Support
1. Funds will be utilized to provide program support at Scottsdale Community College (SCC) for the Center for Native and Urban Wildlife (CNUW) where the need is greatest, as determined by the Executive Director/Facilty Staff of CNUW. 2. If SNUW ceases to exist at Scc, the funds will be utilized to provide support where the need is greatest, as determined by the SCC President.
Scottsdale
Student Support
attend SCC; minimum GPA 2.5; register in a minimum of 6 credit hours
Scottsdale
Memorial
The awards and scholarships are for students attending Scottsdale Community College who plan to make culinary and/or pastry arts their career. I. The Scottsdale Community College Culinary Arts Program will annually recognize two students as follows: o Joan Porter Perline Award in Culinary Excellence- $200- to a student completing the Culinary Program with a desire to become a Culinary Chef o Joan Porter Perline Award in Pastry Excellence- $200- to a student completing the Culinary Program with a desire to become a Pastry Chef The Selection Committee will be composed of the Culinary Arts Program Department Chair and at least two Culinary Program faculty members. 2. The Joan Porter Perline Culinary Scholarship will be made available to students in the Culinary Arts Program that will be completing advanced training. The Scholarship award will be based on program success and financial need, with program given primacy. The Selection Committee will be composed of Culinary Arts Program Department Chair and at least two Culinary Program faculty members. Students that have received the Joan Porter Per/ine Culinary Scholarship may apply for the Joan Porter Perline Award in Culinary Excellence or Joan Porter Perline Award in Pastry Excellence recognition awards. No student will receive both recognition awards
Scottsdale
Student Support
The Fund is exclusively dedicated to the provision of scholarships to students at Scottsdale Community College and is governed by the following understandings and critera: 1. $55,000 will form the base historic gift value as of the date this document is signed by Donor and MCC Foundation. Further, the historic gift value will be increased in direct correlation with monetary value of any future contributions to the Fund. 2. Students may receive scholarships to cover a maximum of 60 credit hours in his/her tenure at Scottsdale Community College. 3. Scholarship recipients shall: -Attend Scottsdale Community College -Register for at least 12 credit hours per semester -Maintain at least a 2.5 GPA -To the best of his/her ability, attend the Scottsdale Charros Annual Education Banquet held in the Spring of each year. -Give the Charros written permission to use the recipients name/image and cite his/her educational progress/achievements in the organization's promotional/communications endeavors.
Scottsdale
Memorial
attend SCC; minimum 2.5 GPA; register in at least 6 credit hours
Scottsdale
Student Support
2.5 GPA Attend SCC Min enrolled in 6 credits Preference for Culinary Students
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; minimum 2.5 GPA; register in at least 6 credits
Scottsdale
Student Support
Attend SCC; maintain 2.5 GPA; register in at least 6 credits
Scottsdale
Student Support
Attend SCC; minimum 3.5 GPA; registered in at least 6 credit hours; can only be received by the same student one time; award $500 per year to a single student ($250 per semester)
Scottsdale
Student Support
Attend SCC; minimum 3.0 GPA; financial need; Equine Science major; Continuing student (6 Equine Science courses already completed)
Scottsdale
Memorial
SCC re-entry student (as defined by MCCCD policy); 2.5 GPA minimum; register in at least 6 credits; must have completed minimum 12 credit hours.
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; minimum 2.5 GPA; register in at least 6 credits
Scottsdale
Student Support
The Marshall Trimble Scholarship Fund will be made available to the Women's Athletic Director at SCC. The Director will award whatever funds are available by the MCCCF on July 1 of every year. The Women's Athletic Direct may award to one student or to as many as she/he deems appropriate using the following guidelines: Scholarships funds to cover tuition, books and fees Financial need is a requeirment Scholarship funds may be used for Women's Athletic programs only.
Scottsdale
Memorial
The program will exist to recognize SCC students in specified fine arts areas who demonstrate potential for artistic achievement . Students selected for awards will receive one-time awards of $500 each as an incentive to continue study . The fields of study are specified as drawing, painting and sculpture . Nominees must be SCC students in their first, second or third semester of study who are recommended by art department faculty members to a selection committee . The selection committee shall consist of faculty members in the art department and shall be chaired by the chairperson of the art department . Each faculty member shall provide ample rationale for his/her recommendation including, if desired, samples of the student's work . Awards shall be made solely on the basis of the indication of potential artistic merit in the works of the candidates . Recipients are free to use the awards for any purpose they may choose .
Scottsdale
Memorial
Endowed program fund These funds are awarded to students who show outstanding achievement in physics courses at Scottsdale CC. Students are nominated by faculty members and determined by a designated committee comprised of Physics faculty, as well as the Math & Sciences Division Chair. Recipients are awarded a maximum of $500 in the Spring semester of each year and are recognized at the annual Excellence Under the Stars Awards Ceremony.
Scottsdale
Memorial
Attend SCC; maintain 2.5 GPA; register in at least 6 credits; must be in a health care program
Scottsdale
Memorial
2.5 GPA; 6 credits per semester; financial need
Scottsdale
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Rio Salado College
Program Support
Program support
Rio Salado College
Student Support
Minimum GPA of 2.5 Must be a Rio Salado College Alumni, or student seeking a certificate or degree at Rio Salado College Must have a declared major or stated field of finterest
Rio Salado College
Community Partnerships
 
Rio Salado College
Student Support
 
Rio Salado College
Student Support
MCCCD Tuition Scholarship or University Tuition Scholarship: Employees must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours at one of the Maricopa Com,unity Colleges or an Arizona university Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or a new student with no GPA Be a Rio Salado College E,ployee who is not eligible for a tuition waiver or professional growth funds There will be a college review committee to verify eligibility and final decision Scholarship for MCCCD Tuition Scholarship will be awarded based on credit hours ads follows: 6 credits - award amount is up to $500 7-11 credits - award amount is up to $750 12+ credits - award amount is up to $1,000 Scholarshps for University Tuition Scholarship will be awarded up to $500 An employee is limited to $3,000 total in scholarship awards for the "We Are Rio: Employee Scholarship Fund"
Rio Salado College
Community Partnerships
 
Rio Salado College
Community Partnerships
 
Rio Salado College
Community Partnerships
 
Rio Salado College
Faculty/Staff Support
Scholarship is for students who are incarcerated and enrolled in the Rio Salado College Incarcerated Reentry Program at Lewis or Perryville Prisons, distance learning courses at any state or federal prison, or those formerly incarcerated who are continuing their education post-release, students who are participating in or have completed College Bridge Pathways through Rio Salado College, have a program of study, demonstrate financial need, and are continuing students with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Preference will be given to female single parents responsible for supporting their children, and students who have demonstrated their ability and desire to further their pathway or degree completion.. Student assistance fund will provide High School Equivalency (HSE) testing fees to financially needy College Bridge Pathways students. A classroom assistance fund will provide opportunity for assistance with special projects that are designed to increase student learning for students enrolled in Colleg Bridge Pathways. Notes: A college committee comprised of the donor puls four Rio Salado College Community Development employees will determine the scholarship awardees and use of program funds. The use of student assistance and classroom assistance funds will be on an as needed basis with referral to the college committee by a College Bridge Pathways teacher. A small description of the student need may be provided in order to make the decision.
Rio Salado College
Student Support
Scholarship for veterans completing a certificate in Insurance Studies at Rio Salado. Ten scholarships of $2,500 each will be awarded in calendar year 2016. Funds can be applied towards tuition, exam fees, books and other educational related expenses.
Rio Salado College
Student Support
Scholarships for low-income and billingual students completing a certificate in Insurance Studies at Rio Salado. Ten scholarship of $2,500 each will be awarded in calendar year 2016. Funds can be applied towards tuition, exam fees, books and other educational related expenses.
Rio Salado College
Student Support
 
Rio Salado College
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Rio Salado College
Student Support
 
Rio Salado College
Student Support
85 students @ $86 per credit hour x 4 credits of student teaching (2nd Year). $344 per student = $29,240 Same 85 students @ $375 course fee for Cadre Leadership x 2 semesters $750 per student = $63,750 Video equipment, web cams, keyboards for the program to utilize = $7,010 Total APS per year = $100,000 ***Students in this program are required to take 2 credits of student teaching per semester. Tuition and course fees for the second year of student teaching is paid based on their successful first year completioni. The annual Arizona Public Service Foundation I2teach funding is contingent on the MCC Foundation providing adequate reporting on student progress.
Rio Salado College
Student Support
Student must have completed the SPOT127 program. Student must be enrolled full time at of the MCCD colleges. Students must agree to remain involved with SPOT127 Renewable for 2nd year if student successfully completes the first year. Each scholarships consists of $2,500 per academic year for tuition and $1000 per year (500 per semester) stipend for each to use for textbooks and/or general school supplies. Recipients are selected by the general scholarship committee for the Foundation and RSC.
Rio Salado College
Student Support
Restricted Scholarship: The scholarship award will be for a student who has come back to school for a career change in their life, needs financial help, and has successfully completed a Rio Salado College - College Success Course (either CPD 115 Creating College Success or CPD 150 Strategies for College Success).
Rio Salado College
Student Support
 
Rio Salado College
Community Partnerships
 
Rio Salado College
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Rio Salado College
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Rio Salado College
Student Support
 
Rio Salado College
Student Support
MCCCD Tuition Scholarship or University Tuition Scholarship: Employees must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours at one of the Maricopa Com,unity Colleges or an Arizona university Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or a new student with no GPA Be a Rio Salado College E,ployee who is not eligible for a tuition waiver or professional growth funds There will be a college review committee to verify eligibility and final decision Scholarship for MCCCD Tuition Scholarship will be awarded based on credit hours ads follows: 6 credits - award amount is up to $500 7-11 credits - award amount is up to $750 12+ credits - award amount is up to $1,000 Scholarshps for University Tuition Scholarship will be awarded up to $500 An employee is limited to $3,000 total in scholarship awards for the "We Are Rio: Employee Scholarship Fund"
Rio Salado College
Student Support
 
Rio Salado College
Community Partnerships
 
Rio Salado College
Community Partnerships
 
Rio Salado College
Memorial
Enrolled in RSCC; Public Safety Program; minimum GPA 2.0; successfully complete their college classes and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA to be eligible for continuing scholarship funding; financial need; max award $500 in $250 increments
Rio Salado College
Student Support
$10,000 of the original grant amount will be designated as program support for NACCTEP students to provide funding for student teacher travel in 2014. General Teacher Certification Program Scholarship (up to 10 scholarships each semester in an amount equal to the cost of six credit hours for Maricopa County Residents based on available funds) " Student must have received formal admission into the Teacher Certification Program at Rio Salado College " Have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA " Be enrolled in at least 6 credits " Demonstrated financial need " Preference given to applicants with a focus in STEM education Teacher Certification Program Student Teaching Scholarship (up to 5 scholarships each semester in an amount equal to the cost of eight credit hours for Maricopa County Residents based on available funds) " Student must have received formal admission into the Teacher Certification Program at Rio Salado College Student must be in good standing with the Education Program and may not have been placed on a Tier II or III monitoring with the Response to Intervention Program " Have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA " Demonstrated financial need " Within six months of beginning student teaching experience " Preference given to applicants with a focus in STEM education or placed in a Title I School for student teaching Special campus level review committee is requested to make final award recommendations.
Rio Salado College
Memorial
Student assistance fund is for Rio Salado College students who need immediate financial support as determined by a college committee comprised of donor or donor designee, another RSC employee, and the Counseling Faculty Chair. Funds are to pay for financial situations that may cause the student to drop-out of college which include, but are not limited to: rent, transportation, utilities, food, or other. Students may receive up to $300 through this emergency fund each semester - if additional funds are needed the committee will discuss and take action if appropriate. If student emergencies arise after hours a small amount (up to $200) can be provided to students at the discretion of the Counseling Faculty Chair. Students must meet the following eligibility requirements: -Student must communicate with the RSC Counseling Department to complete an application -Student must be officially enrolled in a minimum of three credit hours at Rio Salado College -Student must show picture ID and pass verification of enrollment.
Rio Salado College
Memorial
enrolled in RSCC; Law Enforcement, Corrections, Detention, or Fire Science degree program majors; applicant must have completed at least 6 credits at RSCC; 3.0 minimum GPA at RSCC; enrolled in at least 3.0 credit hours at RSCC for the upcoming school year; open to students who have already completed their Rio Salado degree and are fulfilling lower division requirements remain eligible;
Rio Salado College
Student Support
Participants or has participated in Rio Salado College's Adult ACE Program Demonstrated financial need GPA of 2.5 or higher A student who is ready to commit to completing a degree, certificate, a workforce training program at Rio Salado College, or on of the Maricopa Community Colleges
Rio Salado College
Memorial
Previde scholarships for student in the Dental Hygiene Program at Rio Salado College Perference given to femail, and single parent Minimum 3.2 GPA
Rio Salado College
Student Support
Re-Entry students enrolled at Rio Salado College Preference given to female, and single parent Minimum 2.5 GPA
Rio Salado College
Student Support
Demonstrates financial need GPA of 2.5 or higher A student ready to commit to completing a degree, certificate, or workforce training program at Rio Salado College Scholarship Amount: up to $500 for enrollment in six credits
Rio Salado College
Community Partnerships
Demonstrates financial need GPA of 2.5 or higher A student ready to commit to completing a degree, certificate, or workforce training program at Rio Salado College. Scholarship Amount: up to $500 for enrollment in six credits.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
Enrolled at Paradise Valley Community College Preference given to Native American students Minimum GPA 2.5
Paradise Valley
Student Support
fund agreement in process
Paradise Valley
Student Support
Enrolled in the EMT, Fire Science, and/or Paramedic program(s) at Paradise Valley Community College Enrolled as a fill-time student Minimum GPA of 3.0
Paradise Valley
Student Support
 
Paradise Valley
Student Support
The S.E.E.4Vets Veterans Math Success Scholarship for PVCC is an academic initiative designed to assist new student veterans enrolled in MAT08X or MAT09X toward degree completion. Student veterans selected for this scholarship will have the full tuition for the course and course fee(s) covered by the scholarship at the in-state tuition rate. This is a pilot program and intended for 12 student veterans each semester, commencing in spring 2016. BACKGROUND: Many of our returning veterans have been out of the college environment and do not possess the necessary skills to succeed in the colleges and universities. An area of particular challenge is passing mathematics. Compounding the problem for veterans is the inability of the GI Bill to pay for structured tutoring, currently available in PVCC's MAT I 08 Tutored Math. MAT I 08 is a two credit hour course, taken concurrently with a regular math course (MAT 150 or lower). Data collected by the college over that last 6 years show that students concurrently enrolled in MAT I 08 achieve better grades in their math courses and success in their academic programs. To address both the educational need, and to provide additional funding for veterans, S.E.E.4Vets will fund a pilot program, hereafter called the S.E.E.4Vets Math Success Scholarship for PVCC, with 12 student veterans in Spring 2016 and an additional 12 student veterans in Fall2016. The purpose of the fund is to support Veterans Student at Paradise Valley Community College, which include the following criteria: ELIGIBILTY: 0 Be a Paradise Valley Community College student veteran 0 Be enrolled a minimum of half-time (at least 6 credit hours) 0 Be enrolled in a developmental math course (MAT 08X or MAT 09X). 0 Student veterans must be enrolled and attending a MAT1 08 no later than the second week of instruction. 0 Student veterans must complete an application 0 For continuing awards of this scholarship, a student must successfully complete MATI08 and achieve a grade of B or higher in the current math class. PRIORITY FUNDING: I. Will be given to students who successfully completed MATl 08 and passed their Math course 2. New veteran student 3. Students who did not successfully complete the course (Student will not be required to pay back their scholarships if they failed or drop) This scholarship will be categorized as a "Program Scholarship" (see below) and will be advertised, administered and awarded by the College's Veterans Student Services Office. END OF PILOT AND FUTURE ACTIONS: At the conclusion of this pilot, SPA will analyze performance data and produce a report for the college and S.E.E.4Vets. Depending on results achieved and the availability of funding, PVCC and S.E.E.4 Vets will then decide whether to continue with this scholarship in Spring 2017 and amend this document. (See attached project proposal for full details.)
Paradise Valley
Student Support
Paradise Valley Community College recognizes the contribution of Dr. Lois Roma-Deeley, founding director of the PVCC Creative Writing Program. During her decades-long tenure at PVCC, Dr. Roma-Deeley distinguished herself as a writer, teacher and program head by creating, coordinating, implementing creative writing courses, workshops, student literary contents and a student literary journal. Because of her efforts, the creative writing program enjoys a national reputation and her students have distinguished themselves as writers on a national level. Dr. Roma-Deeley created an environment wherein student-writers at all levels of experience found encouragement, instruction, events and opportunities to write and publish their own work. Under her direction, the creative writing program views student-writers as valued contributing members of PVCC's vibrant campus culture. The Creative Writing program she founded is devoted to creating a campus culture which enriches interdisciplinary dialogue and perspectives. Purpose of the Award: To assist students currently enrolled at PVCC in areas related to their development as creative writers. This fund will provide program and scholarship support: a) Tuition and fees toward Creative Writing classes at PVCC. Consideration will be given to qualified applicants and projects such as: - attends PVCC and enrolled in Creative Writing classes and/or creative writing certificate program with PVCC as their "home institution" b) Support for student expenses related to participation in creative writing conferences c) Creative Writing program support for guest lecturers, speakers, workshops or other activities that enhance and enrich the PVCC Creative Writing program. Awardees may not be a faculty member of any college or university. Disbursements will be for awards/expenditures as determined by the head faculty of the PVCC Creative Writing program and/or the Fine and Performing Arts Division Chair and/or College President.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
For a business/organization owner or employee of a business/organization that is a current member in good standing of the North Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (membership to be verified by NPCC Executive Director) Enrolled at Paradise Valley CC Have and maintain a 3.0 GPA Enrolled for a minimum of 3 credit hours Minimum amount of annual award to be equivalent to tuition and fees for 3 credit hours
Paradise Valley
Community Partnerships
To support the PVCC Veterans' Services Program - for student engagement programs and opportunities - for scholarships (criteria, Veteran, enrolled at PVCC, min 2.5 GPA, any major - for stipends for PVCC Veteran students to participate in engagement activities - for emergency support for Veteran students - for promotion of the PVCC Veterans Services program - for program equipment and supplies Funds will be expended by the PVCC Director of Career Services and/or the PVCC Veterans' Services Program Director. The scholarship committeee is determined by program leadership.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
Must be enrolled and attending PVCC Must be enrolled in and pass a minimum of six (6) credit hours per semester (Fall and Spring) during the scholarship award period. Must have a cumulative 2.75 GPA or higher Student must be active in the Male Empowerment Network (MEN) Program and/or Women Rising Program functions and events. Active equates to attending at least 5 wekly meetings per semester and at least college-sponsored activities. Scholarship application and supporting documents must be submitted through Academic Woks per cycle period.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
 
Paradise Valley
Memorial
The purpose of the Fund is to provide a scholarship to a Paradise Valley Community College student who is a legal immigrant (non-native born US resident) who demonstrates exceptional academic performance. An immigrant is defined as a person who migrates to another country, usually for permanent residents. Consideration wiill be given to qualified applicants who meet the following criteria: a. Attends PVCC b. Is an immigrant (not born in the US or its territories) c. Has on file with the office of admissions and records documentation demonstrating proof of lawful status, as defined by the Maricopa Community College District. d. Has a minimum 3.2 college or high school GPA e. Preference for students with financial need
Paradise Valley
Student Support
The purpose: The Student Engagement Scholarships Endowment will significantly expand student participation in co curricular student development programming including: Emerging Leaders, peer mentor programs; diversity and inclusion training, service learning, internships and co op work experience, civic engagement, Honors, fine and performing arts and athletics. Additional course and registration fees are required for these activities and scholarships will incent participation.
Paradise Valley
Community Partnerships
 
Paradise Valley
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Paradise Valley
Student Support
 
Paradise Valley
Student Support
 
Paradise Valley
Student Support
 
Paradise Valley
Student Support
Enrolled at PVCC, to a deserving student who has demonstrated the desire to give back to the community and support charitable causes.
Paradise Valley
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Paradise Valley
Student Support
Enrolled at PVCC Have and maintain 3.0 GPA Min of 6 credit hours per semester Demonstrate financila need
Paradise Valley
Student Support
The purpose of the fund is to provide a scholarship to incoming students enrolled at PVCC who rank in the 16 to 25% of their high school graduating class and demonstrate merit. Consideration will be given to qualified applicatns who meet the following criteria: 1. Rank in the top 16-25% of their high school graduating class and have a min of 3.0 high school GPA. 2. Are enrolled as a cerfiticate or degree seeking student taking a min of 6 credit hours in the semester of the award. 3. Demonstrate meritorious achievements in 1 or more of the follwoing at the high school leve: leadership in the student's chosen academic area or field of study, involvement/leadership in out of class or extra curricular activities or programs, involvement/leadership in community service, service-learning or volunteer activities promoting positive social change. Demonstration of financil need (as determined by the FAFSA) is not a criteria for this award. Recipients of the Presidential Scholarship are not eligible for this award. Recipients are to be seliected by the college's Scholarship Committee convened by the Office of Financila Aid. Renewal of this award is contingent upon maintenance of 3.0 GPA. Current recipients do not need to re apply each year for this award pending avialibility of fundind. Annual award amounts are: the amount of avialable funds and the number of eligible applicants, and with a min award of $25o to each qualified applicant. Student needs to submit an application, submit unofficial high school transcripts, 1 letter of recommendation from high school or community leaders, a typed essay 500 to 1000 words that discusses career goals and aspirations, discusses education goals, and details involvement in the student's academic area/program of study, involement/leadership in extra curricular activities or programs, involvement/leadership in community service, service-learning or volunteer activities promoting positive social change.
Paradise Valley
Faculty/Staff Support
For full-time Residential Faculty and Classified Staff at PVCC.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
The criteria for the selection of recipients: * Must identify as LGBT or as an Ally or the LGBT community * Must have a record of' involvement and support of the LGBT community LGBT issues * Scholarships are for student that plan to attend PVCC: * Must be taking at least 6 credits during the application year and the recipient year. * Must have a 2.0 accumulative GPA * Complete a scholarship application and supporting materials to be submitted before April 15, 2010 The application process will consist of: * Completion of an application form * Submission of unofficial college transcripts (or High School transcripts not college experience) * Two letters of recommendation from LGBT leaders or role models * A typed essay (500- 1000 words) that: * Discusses career goals and aspirations * Lists education goals * Details involvement in the LGBT community * Describes why they qualified to receive this scholarship A selection committee consisting of at least five PVCC employees will screen applications and select recipients. The amount to be dispersed each year will be determined by the committee and be dependent upon the funds available and the number of qualified recipients. The Chair or this committee will be the advisor for the PVCC PRIDE club or a person designated by the PRIDE club advisor. In the event that there is not an advisor available. the Director or PVCC Student Lire will either Chair the committee or appoint someone to Chair the committee.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
To provide scholarships to students who have completed one semester of college level courses including a C or better in the first level ceramics course and to support the enhancements to the PVCC Ceramics Studio facility which will allow for new kilns and associated equ9ipment. Disbursements will be for scholarships and expenditures for direct project costs as determined by the PVCC Ceramics Project Committee, Ceramics Faculty or at the direction of the Chari of the Fine and Performing Arts Division.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
The Fund shall be used to provide scholarships for students to enrolll in- fine arts programs; classes, workshops, and performance programs at Paradise Valley Community College and d will be expended in accordance with the following criteria 1 . Full-time student. - 12 credit/semester minimum 2 . Student must be declared as a fine & performing arts major in one of the following disciplines a. creative' writing b . dance c. film C. music d., theatre, e . visuall art The Fund: shall. be managed in accordance with the Donor's intent, generally accepted accounting principles, applicable federal andd state statutes, and. Foundation policies . and procedures . To. maximize its impact, the Fund shall be used expeditiously . Unless otherwise specified in this agreement, the Fund 2/1'.9 /08 2 of 2 4. Maintain minimum 3 .0 GPA in current awarded semester(s) to keep scholarship . 5 . Students who demonstrate a commitment to interdisciplinary work will be given preference for selection and.d renewal. All applications will be screened for completeness and criteria met by the PVCC Office of Financial Assistance . The qualifying candidates will be forwarded to the Division, of Fine and Performing Arts for review and selection .
Paradise Valley
Student Support
The Fund shall be used to further the mission of the college, to enhance PVCC's programs for excellence, to fund initiatives fo rthe college's future, to support unanticipated opportunities and special projects, and for the areas of greatest need on campus and will be expended in accordance with the following criteria: By the PVCC President at his/her discretion or by the Director of Institutional Advancement at the direct of the President
Paradise Valley
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Paradise Valley
Student Support
I am attending PV. I have a GPA of 2.5 and plan to enroll in 6 credit hours or more.
Paradise Valley
Memorial
I am pursuing a degree in Computer Science I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I plan to attend Paradise Valley Community College. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. Through the details in my application I have clearly demonstrated employment experience. Student must be employed at least 20 hours a week. Donor will be involved in the selection process
Paradise Valley
Student Support
I) The purpose of this Fund is to provide a scholarship to Education students enrolled at Paradise Valley Community College who participate in the Art of Storytelling class/Festival of Tales storytelling program. 2) Consideration will be given to qualified applicants who meet the following criteria: a. Have a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA b. Are enrolled as a certificate or degree-seeking student taking a minimum of 3 credit hours/semester in the semester of the award c. Have earned a minimum of 6 credit hours from PVCC d. Students will have completed The Art of Storytelling class (EDU292) at PVCC and/or have volunteered at the PVCC Festival of Tales evcnt(s) 3) Recipients must maintain a cumulative college GPA of2.5 each term 4) Demonstration of financial need (as determined by the FAFSA) is not a criteria for this award. 5) Scholarship award is for one term and is to be used for tuition for a 3 credit Education class offered at PVCC 6) Recipients arc to be selected by a special Committee convened by the OtTicc of Financial Aid in consultation with the Teacher Development Center Coordinator to include the donor and two faculty/adjunct litculty members in the Education/Early Childhood Education program. 7) Annual award amounts: a. arc to be determined by the number of eligible applicants b. with a minimum award of$231 (current rate for a 3 credit class) to each qualified applicant 8) The application process will consist of completion of the Ron Bleed Art of Storytelling Scholarship application form from the PVCC Oflicc of Financial Aid.
Paradise Valley
Memorial
I plan to enroll in and successfully complete 6 credit hours per semester, I have a minimum 3.0 GPA, I plan to attend Paradise Valley Community College, through the details of my application I have clearly demonstrated volunteer or community service experience.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
Enrolled at PVCC, Min of 3.5 GPA, Demonstrate volunteer/community service
Paradise Valley
Memorial
Enrolled at PVCC Have a minimum 3.0 GPA Minimum 6 credit hours per semester Demonstrate financial need
Paradise Valley
Memorial
* Full time or part time student with the goal of becoming a Fire Fighter * Major in Fire Science * Minimum 6 credits, Six credit hours completed, Minimum GPA of 2.5 * Financial Need * Letter of Recommendation from a Professor/Instrutor within the Fire Science Program (looking for determination/commitment) * Essay on "Why you want to a Fire Fighter?" (looking for content) * Explanation of Financial need I plan to attend PV, SC, GC, PC
Paradise Valley
Memorial
I am pursuing a degree in music. I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I plan to attend Paradise Valley Community College. Through the details in my application I have clearly demonstrated financial need.
Paradise Valley
Student Support
 
Paradise Valley
Student Support
Enrolled at PVCC, 3.0 GPA, Min of 6 credit hours per semester, demonstrate financial need.
Paradise Valley
Memorial
I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I plan to attend Paradise Valley Community College. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. Through the details in my application I have clearly demonstrated financial need.
Paradise Valley
Memorial
Enrolled at Paradise Valley Community College, have and maintain a 3.0 GPA, enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester, demonstrate financial need.
Paradise Valley
Memorial
Enrolled at PVCC Have and maintain a mini9mum 2.5 GPA Demonstrate financial need Re-entry student Single parent
Paradise Valley
Memorial
I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I plan to attend Paradise Valley Community College. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. Through the details in my application I have clearly demonstrated financial need.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum 2.5 GPA Participating in a College sanctioned study abroad program
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled at Phoenix College 2.5 minimum GPA Enrolled in - or plan to enroll in - 9 credit hours Preference given to first-generation college students Scholarshp maybe renewed upon maintain criteria
Phoenix College
Program Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
Enrolled at Phoenix College Enrolled in minimum of six (6) credit hours 2.5 minimum GPA Pursuing a degree in engineering Preference given to female applicants
Phoenix College
Student Support
The Phoenix College Women's Soccer Program Fund will be used to provide support to the Women's Soccer Program and student athletes as deemed appropriate (equipment, workshops and training expenses, scholarships, etc.) by the PC Women's Soccer Coach. Funds will be accessed via requests to the Foundation and the PC Director of Development.
Phoenix College
Student Support
To provide support to the Men's Soccer Program and student athletes as deemed appropriate (equipment, workshps and training expenses, scholarships, etc) by the PC Men's Soccer Coach.
Phoenix College
Student Support
To provide support to the Women's Volleyball Program and student athletes as deemed appropriate (equipment, workshps and training expenses, scholarships, etc) by the PC Women's Volleyball Coach.
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
Phoenix College student Majoring in Early Childhood Education & Administration or Family Development Minimum GPA of 3.0 Demonstrates financial needs as determined by the scholarship application Award=$240 - or aqs specified by Phoenix College Child & Family Studies Department
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum GPA of 3.0 Enrolled in one of the following Allied Health programs at Phoenix College: *Basic Emergency Management Technology *Clinical Laboratory Sciences *Clinical Medical Assisting *Dental Assisting *Dental Hygiene *Emergency Management Technology *Health Information Technology *Medical Assisting *Medical Billing and Coding *Medical Laboratory Sciences *Nursing *Phlebotomy *Therapeutic Message Demonstrates financial need as determined by the scholarship application.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum GPA of 2.0 Demonstrates financial need as determined by the scholarship application Award amount = $1,000 Supplemental Question for applicants" What obstacle(s) hae you overcome, or are you working to overcome, that effect your ability to pursue your education?
Phoenix College
Student Support
Phoenix College student Majoring in Early Childhood Education & Administration, Family Development, Culinary Studies, Food SErvice Administration, Interior Design or Fashion Design. Minimum GPA 2.5 Must have completed a minimum of 15 credit hours in CFS< CUL, FON, INT or TEC courses at Phoenix College. Demonstrattes financial nees as determined by the scholarship application. Award=$1500
Phoenix College
Student Support
Pursuing a degree or certificate program in any field of study Minimum 3.0 GPA Arizona resident US Citizen Award = $500 (non-renewable)
Phoenix College
Student Support
Used to provide support to the Men's Basketball Program and student athlets as deemed appropriate by the Men's Basketeball coach. Funds will be accessed via request to the Foundation the the PC Director of Alumni & Development.
Phoenix College
Memorial
Female students at Phoenix College 2.5 minimum GPA Pursuing a certificate or degree in any academic major Students taking 12 or more credit hours per semester Demonstrates financial need US resdent The scholarship shall be given in the amount of $1,350 beginning the spring semester of 2017
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled at Phoenix College Member of the Phoenix College Softball Team Meet all elibibility requirements of the PC Athletics Program Minimum 12 credit hours Minimum 2.0 GPA U.S. Resident Demonstrates Financial Need Scholarship Aware = $1,200 Students may renew the scholarship by maintaining scholarship criteria STudents may apply for summer term (Award = $600)
Phoenix College
Memorial
Enrolled at Phoenix College Majoring in English or Creative Writing Minimum 3.0 GPA Demonstrates Financial Need
Phoenix College
Student Support
Current employee of PC (working 15 hours or more per week, been employed a minimum of six months, or has passsed probation period) Not eligible for a tuition waiver or professional growth funds due to employment status
Phoenix College
Student Support
Criteria: o Taking majority of classes at Phoenix College o Intent to graduate from Phoenix College o Minimum GPA 3.0 o I 0 hours of volunteerism with the Phoenix College Alumni Association per semester o Participate in mentor meetings 2 times per semester o US Citizen or documented student Award= Up to $2,400 Full-time students (12 +credit hours) are eligible for $600 per semester Part-time students (II credit hours or fewer) are eligible for $300 per semester *Renewable by maintaining criteria and re-applying each year/semester/
Phoenix College
Student Support
Phoenix College Student Shows Financial Need Minimum GPA 2.5 Minimum enrolllment of 6 credit hours
Phoenix College
Student Support
Scholarship is established to assist PC Choir Program At the discretion of the Directof of Choirs (or his/her designee), these fund will offset tuition for participation with any community choir at PC Awards to take place each semester for up to three semesters of participation with community choit at PC Tw-thirds (2/3) of funds to be used for women's choir participants and: One-third (1/3) of fund to be used for a music major
Phoenix College
Memorial
With a gift from the Helen Crowley Estate the fund shall be used for- - minimum 2.5 GPA (high school) - two letters of reference - Community service - Concurrent enrollment with Phoenix College - Not a US citizen
Phoenix College
Student Support
Nursing Major already admitted into the Phoenix College program Minimum GPA of 3.0 In need of financial assistance to continue their education Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
Funds will be used to assist Phoenix College Community Choir Program At the discretion of the Community Choir Director along with Director of the Music department these funds will help offset tuition for participation with any community choir at Phoenix College Awards to take place each semester for up to three semesters of participation with community choir at Phoenix College.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum GPA 2.5 Arizona resident who has made significant contributions to their communities in one or more of the following categories: Government/Public Service/Community Advocacy Education/Arts Health/Social Services Leadership/Business/Enterpreneurship Preference will be given to female students Preference will be given to Hispanic students
Phoenix College
Student Support
Phoenix college student 3.25 GPA Completion of CHM130 or any higher level CHM class with an 'A' Arizona Resident US Citizen Through the details of my application, I have clearly demonstrated financial need
Phoenix College
Student Support
Phoenix College student Minimum GPA 2.5 Enrolled in or plan to enroll in a minimum os six (6) credit hours per semester Preference given to Native American students
Phoenix College
Student Support
Will assist new and continuing students majoring in Fine Art at Phoenix College who are participating in the Eric Fischl Scholars Program (EFSP). Student must Major in Fine Art with a min enrollment of 9 credit hours per semester, 2.5 GPA at the time of application, demonstrate financial need. Be a recent high school graduate having completed at least 3 classes in Art during high school with a grade of "A" or better OR be a current Phoenix College student having completed at least 6 credit hours in studio art (ie: course prefixes with ART)
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum GPA of 3.0 Pursuing an Associate's Degree Sincle parent Student must show financial need as evidenced by the FAFSA and the supplemental question(s) Preference will be given to female students
Phoenix College
Student Support
GPA min 3.25 and perferably be pursuing international studies (ie: certificate program) or focusing their studeies on international relations, culture and languages. A short essay should be included by the applicant on why they should be considered for the scholarship and an explanation of their career goals. The scholarship will be awarded throught the process residing between PC and MCCF
Phoenix College
Student Support
Students enrolled in the Dental Hygiene or Dental Assisting programs at PC. Students must have financial need and demonstrate academic achievement/career goals. Awards will be payable each semester in the amount of $250. Students will apply through the STARS scholarship application system.
Phoenix College
Memorial
Pursuing a degre or certificate in one of the majors within the Bahavioral Services Division (psychology, socialogy or social work) Minimum GPA of 3.0 Demonstrates financial need as evidenced by the scholarship application questions Demonstrates community/volunteer service as evidenced by the scholarship application questions US Citizen Award Amount = $500
Phoenix College
Student Support
Phoenix College student Enrolling full-time-and taking majority of courses at Phoenix College Completed more than 15 credit hours Minimum GPZ of 3.5 U.S. resident Demonstrates financial need Preference given to female students Awards to be made in increments of $750 (or the annual spendable amount).
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled in PC, education majors studying to become teachers; min 3.2 GPA and successful completion of at least 35 credit hours; must be enrolled in a min of 9 credit hours per semester.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Be a senior from an Arizona Hight School scheduled to graduate in Spring and who plan son attending Phoenix College at least 9 credit hours in the Fall. Has completed at least three (3) classes in Art during high school with a grade of C or better. Minimum GPA of 2.5 Plans to major in Fine Art at Phoenix College Arizona resident at the time of the application Must demonstrate financial need.
Phoenix College
Community Partnerships
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
Enrolled at Phoenix College Pursuing an Associate's Detree in Public Service or Community Affairs Minimum GPA of 2.5 Completed a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours at Phoenix College Not a US Citizen Inelibible for Federal Financial Aid Preference will be given to Latina/Latino students
Phoenix College
Memorial
Student enrolled at Phoenix College Majoring in photography or fine art; and/or taking ART 131, 132, 138, 139 142, 143 2.75 minimum GPA Demonstrates financial need
Phoenix College
Memorial
Scholarship awarded to Phoenix College students for outstanding achievement in mathematics at the calculus level and above. Award to be made by the PC Math Department in consultation with the Office of Alumni and Development.
Phoenix College
Memorial
Attending Phoenix College Completed a minimum of 12 credit hours Minimum 3.0 GPA Plan to take a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester Majoring in Accounting Arizona resident US Citizen
Phoenix College
Student Support
Existing funds will remain as well as any funds raised from the special event. The fund shall retain at least $10,000 annually to offset operational expenses of the event. The remaining money raised will be transferred to the PCAA Endowment for student scholarships at Phoenix College.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Must be majoring in Music or Education and have financial need, carry min of 6 credits each semester and min of 2.0 GPA
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
PC student; two awards; 1. At the end of the first year in which the endowment is allotted its first interest income distribution, and each year thereafter, the first $10,000 will be awarded to a student graduating from Phoenix College to assist them to continue their education at a four-year college or university. The award will be awarded based on academic achievement to a student requiring financial needs; 2. Any interest income remaining above and beyond the initial $10,000 scholarship award shall be applied to the Phoenix College Bear Fund (aka general scholarship fund), the existing criteria of which addresses students who are in financial need. Oversight of this fund is handled by the Phoenix College Scholarship Committeee. It is understood that this too will occur annually provided the initial award of $10,000 is met.
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
Currently enrolled at Phoenix College Preparatory Academy (PCPA) Student wishes to take additional college-level course at PC U.S. Resident Minimum GPA 3.0 Has achieved a "C" or better on all hight school and college courses Awards to be made in increments of: $300 - for 3 credit hours (one course),. or: $600 - for 6 credit hours (two courses).
Phoenix College
Student Support
For students with a sincere desire to acquire an education that is different from other students by virtue of health, physical or mental limitations, or other limitations, but who has evidenced a sincere desire to acquire an education, thus becoming a prime candidate for a community ollege .
Phoenix College
Memorial
Student enrolled at Phoenix College Majoring in theatre or taking THP201AB or TYP 201AA 2.5 minimum GPA Demonstrates financial need
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum GPA of 3.0 Pursuing a degree in education or civil service Enrolled in, or plan to enroll in, a minimum of six (6) credit hours Student mush show financial need as evidenced by the FAFSA and the supplemental question(s) Preference will be given to minority students Award=Annual spendable form endowment.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Program funding to benefit ceramics students at Phoenix College (for example workshops, presenters, etc.) Funds will be accessed via request to Department Chair and the Director of Alumni & Development.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Phoenix College student Minimum GPA 2.5 Ineligible for Federal Financial Aid Enrolled in, or plan to enroll in, a minimum of six (6) credit hours Preference given to minority students Award-$500 per student.
Phoenix College
Memorial
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in, or plan to enroll in, a minimum of six (6) credit hours Student must show financial need as evidenced by the FAFSA and the supplemental question(s) Single parent Preference will be given to female students Award=Annual spendable frm endxowment.
Phoenix College
Program Support
 
Phoenix College
Community Partnerships
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
I plan to attend Phoenix College. Through the details in my application, I have clearly demonstrated financial need. I have a minimum 2.5 GPA. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester. I have declared a major of program of study.
Phoenix College
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
Phoenix College student Minimum GPA 3.0 Minimum enrollment of 6 credit hours Majoring in business, accounting or economics Arizona residewncy US citizen Preference given to single parents
Phoenix College
Student Support
Student must be currently enrolled in the Nursing Program at PC GPA 2.5 or above Student must submit the Phoenix College General Scholarship Appliation Student must be attending PC Donor will be involved in the selection process $12,500 to be made available annually as follows 20 scholarships at $600 $500 for review course of NCLEX-RN
Phoenix College
Faculty/Staff Support
Used to facilitate alumni & donor relations by the PC Alumni & Development Office.
Phoenix College
Memorial
Enrolled at Phoenix College Pursuing a degree in Fine Arts or Culinary Arts Minimum GPA o f 3.0 Student must show financial need as evidenced by the FAFSA and the supplemental question(s). Preference will be given to female students
Phoenix College
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
The fund shall be used to help fund scholarships and the general football fund and will be expended in accordance with the following criteria: Will be used to help fund student-athlete scholarships, help upgrade the athletic facilities at Phoenix College, and help support the Phoenix College athletic program financially.
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
In accordance with the scholarship criteria for the PC General Scholarship, scholarships from the Phoenix College Scholarship Endowment are intended for students who meet: 2.5 min GPA, 6 credit hours, and demonstrate financial need.
Phoenix College
Memorial
Funds will be awarded on as a scholarship on an annual basis. Criteria is as follows: • Phoenix College student • Completed a minimum of 24 credit hours • Minimum 2.0 GPA • Must have participated as a freshman and be a returning PC football player in the current football season • Must meet eligibility requirements of the PC Athletics Program Awards will be determined by a special committee consisting of the current Phoenix College football coach as well as various donors and Athletic Department staff.
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
Math Department will select student.
Phoenix College
Memorial
PC Athletics, Financial Need, 3.0 or greater, enrolled in at least 6 credit hours
Phoenix College
Memorial
Attending Phoenix College Majoring in English Minimum GPA of 2.25 Plan to enroll in 6 credit hours per semester Preference will be given to part-time and/or re-entry students Awards to be made in increments of $360.00 (or the annual spendable amount from the endowment)
Phoenix College
Memorial
A second year (4th semester) Dental Hygiene student with financial need.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Funds may be used for general operations of the ACE program. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Program Director and the Supervising Dean.
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
cholarship Instructions : (general scholarship, college, field ofistudy, GPA, etc .) 1) 'The scholarship is to :pay'the .tui'tion, course,fees, or other' expenses for second seniester anatomy and physiology (BIO 202) at Phoenix College . 2) To be eligible for the scholarship, a student must be about to complete, or have completed, first semester. anatomy and physiology (BIO 201) at Phoenix College . 3) Using a..metlod agreed upon by the,selection committee, the scholarship, shall be awarded to one or more eligible students (see #2) solely based on their academic excellence in anatomy and physiology. 4) If,a recipient does not take BI ,O 202 at Phoenix College within six months of the award of the scholarship , the scholarship shall be forfeited and awarded to ,another student .
Phoenix College
Memorial
The fund is to assist students who need immediate financial assistance as determined by the Counseling Department. Funds can also be used but are not limited to : evictions, utilities shut off, replacement for stolen books, transportation issues, any financial situation that may cause the student to drop out of college. Students must meet the following eligibility requirements: Students may be referred by any college employee to the PC Counseling Office Student must meet and speak with a counselor Students must be officially enrolled in current semester Student must show picture ID and pass verification of enrollment (SIS) Student will demonstrate urgent and short term financial need up to $250 (max one time per semester) Student will discuss and complete an action plan with the counselor to help cope with individual situation.
Phoenix College
Memorial
2 awards are given: One to a 2nd semester DA student Phoenix College One to a 2nd year DA student at Phoenix College Min GPA 2.5 Selected on basis of academic performance and finanacial need.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Student attending Phoenix College; music major; re-entry student; must enroll in and complete a minimum of 6 credits per semester; must maintain a minimum cum GPA of 2.0; financial need.
Phoenix College
Memorial
To be eligible for this award, students must be enrolled in more than 6 credit hours and a GPA of 3.0. They must be an active member of a student organization that is affiliated with PC. Two recipients will be chosen with a preference of one female and one male. Additional criteria include: 1) Demonstrates excellence in student activities, leadership and academics; 2) Displays creativity and innovation 3) Incorporates diversity and community awareness; 4) Serves as a campus ambassador and role model to other students. To determine the recipients, an application process will take place followed by a review of applications and selection of recipients by a committee comprised of college faculty and staff. Distribution: Each recipient will receive a monetary award and a medal of accomplishment in conjunction with the annual URSA Awards Ceremony held at PC. If the URSA Awards cease to exist, the presentation should take place at a comparable ceremony as recommended by the Director of Alumni and Development.
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
Arizona residency as classified bby the Phoenix College Admissions and Records Office. Completed application submitted by deadline. Financial need based upon income, receipt of other scholarships, and financial aid. Motivation to succeed in the Phoenix College environment and likelihood to complete educational program. Clear direction of academic and career goals Willingness and abillity to speak to donors and in public setting as well as have their phot used for marketing purposes. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required at the time application is submitted. If you are attending college for the first time, provide a copy of your transcripts form the last educational institution you attended. Students must be taking the majority of their credits each semester at Phoenix College and have entent to graduate from Phoenix College.
Phoenix College
Memorial
To provide financial assistance to students at Phoenix College who are FAFSA eligible; at or below the poverty level and zero Expected Family Contribution (EFC). Student must be enrolled a minimum of 6 credit hours. Award made in increments of $750 or the annual spendable amount of the endowment.
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum GPA of 3.0 Applicants must be enrolled in or plan to be enrolled in a minimum of six (6) credits for the semester for which applying for the scholarship Student must show financial need as evidenced by the FAFSA and the supplemental question(s) Preference will be given to female students
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I plan to attend Phoenix College. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
Phoenix College
Student Support
Arizona Residency as clasified by the Phoenix College Admissions and Records Office Completed application submitted by deadline Financial need based upon income, receipt of other scholarshps, an financial aid Motivation to succeed in the Phoenix College environment and likelihood to complete educational program Clear direction of academic and career goals Willingness and ability to speak to donors and in public settings as well as have their photo used for marketing purposes Minimum GPA of 3.0 is required at the time application is submitted. If attending college for the first time, provide a copy of transcripts from the lasdt educational institution attended. Students must be taking the majority of their credits each semester at Phoenix College and have intent to graduate from Phoenix College
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
 
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Phoenix College
Memorial
Enrolled at Phoenix College Minimum GPA of 2.5 Applicants must have completed a minimum of twenty-four (24) college-level courses (100 level and above) prior to application for the scholarship Student must show financial need as evidenced by the FAFSA and scholarship application questions Preference will be given to first-generation students Supplemental Question: Please describe how being a first-generation college student (i.e. neither of your parents attended college) impacts your colleg experience Additional Details: Scholarship will be dispersed as follows: Enrollment in six (6) credit hours or less = $500 Enrollment in seven (7) credit hours or more - $1,000
Phoenix College
Student Support
 
Maricopa Skill Center
Student Support
The Student Emergency Fund will help students, attending the Maricopa Skill Center, facing a minor crisis in their life. The Counseling Department will determine need. The following process will be used: o Students may be referred by an employee to the counseling office o Student must meet and speak with a counselor o Students must be officially enrolled as an MSC student o Student must show a picture LD. and pass verification of enrollment (SIS) o Student will demonstrate urgent and short term financial need up to $100 (maximum one time per semester)
Maricopa Skill Center
Student Support
Campus Improvement Fund will provide additional support to instructional teams and staff for various student success programs and initiatives at MSC. This fund will help current and future students have greater access to resources that will assist them though out their program. An application process will be administered through the Marketing and Recruitment office.
Maricopa Skill Center
Student Support
Monetary donation to support Facility Maintenance student and faculty scholarships at the Maricopa Skill Center . The scholarship criteria is as follows: • Students must be enrolled in the 2007-2008 school year • Students must be enrolled in the Facilities Maintenance program • Scholarships must be awarded as six, $1,500 scholarships to six students and two $500 faculty scholarships for promising teachers in the program • Students must meet a minimum 2 .5 GPA • Students must meet any other criteria as set forth by the Maricopa Skill Center (letters of recommendation, essays, etc .) • Winning students and faculty agree to share their name and likeness with Grainger for publicity purposes .
Maricopa Skill Center
Student Support
 
Mesa
Student Support
Preference to student(s) enrolled at Mesa Community Colleg's Red Mountain Campus Minimum GPA of 2.5
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at Mesa Community College Preference given to female students Identify as a re-entry student (not attending college for at least four consecutive semesters) The awared may be renewed through graduation up to a maximum of four semesters as long as a 2.5 cumulative GPA is maintained
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at Mesa Community College Preference given to students who are required to pay our-of-state tuition Preference given to first generation college students Minimum GPA of 2.5
Mesa
Student Support
Student Scholarships Enrolled at Mesa Community College (MCC) and pursuing a degree and/or certificate in the Business program Preference will be given to students that are the first in their families to go to college Demonstrate financial need (per current FASFA) Minimum grade point average of 2.5 A thank you letter from the recipient(s) should be submitted to the MCC Development Office which will then be delivered to the donor Operational Needs Funds may be used for general operations of the Business program at Mesa Community College (MCC) including but not limited to travel, equipment, supplies, training seminars and other student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Department Chair and Supervisor.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Seeking an Associate of Science degree Minimum GPA of 2.5
Mesa
Student Support
assigned fund# for records Nancy Walter check, waiting for signed agreement from MCC
Mesa
Community Partnerships
Program Support
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA of 2.5 Preference will be given to students who identify with Hispanic/Latino heritage in the Maricopa Student System Funds may be used for tuition, ffees, books, course supplies (as stipulated in the course syllabi), living expenses and emergency student assistance.
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at Mesa Community College Preference given to low income (as per the current FAFSA), first generation, veteran or disable students. Minimum GPA of 2.5 Declared degree and /or certificate in a science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) program, nursing or veterinary technology.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA of 2.5 Financial need (per current (FAFSA) Preference will be given to female students Awarded funds are to be used for tuition, books, course fees, and living expenses.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Preference will be iven to students pursuing a degree and/or certificate in the Firefighter or Nursing program. Scholarships will be awarded to Firefighter students in odd number calendar years and even number calendar years to Nursing students. Minimum GPA 2.5 Funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, course supplies (as stipulated in the course syllabi), living expenses and emergency student assistance.
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at Mesa Community College Enrolled in a developmental reading course Funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, course supplies (as stipulated in the course syllabi) Final selection of award recipeients shall be approved by a committee consisting of at least three people
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at Mesa Community College Minimum GPA of 2.5 Majoring in Art Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a committee consisting of at least three people
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Minimum GPA of 2.5 Majoring in Dietetics/Nutrition Funds may be used for tuition, feew, books, course supplies (as stipulated in the course syllabi), and emergency student assistance.
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College (MCC) Preference will be given to students pursuing an Associate of Applied Science Degree and/or Certificate in the Computer Information Systems program Minimum GPA of 2.5 Demonstrate financial need (as per current FAFSA) Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a colege committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note by the recipient should be submitted to the MCC Office of Development.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people Funds may be used for general operation including but not limited to travel, equipment, supplies, and other student emergency assistance.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Minimum GPA of 2.5 Majoring in Interior Design Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Applied Science Department
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled in MCC Preference will be given to Usited States Veterans Minimum GPA 2.5 Demonstrate financial need
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Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC Must have participated in a significant service experience (over 100 hours, nomination letter must accompany appliation from organization that will validate students service) Incoming high school graduates need to demonstrate a significant service experience (over 100 hours, nomination letter must accompany application from organization that will validate students service) during high school Funds may be used for tuition, course fees, books and educational supplies a stipulated in the course syllabus Minimum GPA of 2.5 (high school or college) Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Center for Community & Civic Engagement department. Operations: Funds may be used towards Instructor Grants to incorporate service into their curriculum. All expenditures must ve jointly authorized by the Center for Community & Civic Engagement director and supervisor. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Student enrolled at MCC Must have completed at least one semester of math or computer science at MCC Completed at least 12 credit hours at MCC No withdrawals or incomplete grade Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in minimum of 6 credit hours
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Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA 3.0 Financial need (per cirremt FAFSA) Minimum of one reading (RDG) course already completed at time of application Enrolled in either RDG 081, 100, 112, 111 or 113 at time of application Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you letter should be submitted to the MCC Development Office which will then be delivered to the donor.
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Student enrolled at MCC Majoring or acquiring a certificate in either Real Estate, Real Estate Appraisal or related field Minimum GPA of 2.5
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Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA 2.5 Final selection of awared recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you letter should be submitted to the Development Office which will then be delivered to the donor.
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Student Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC Active participant in a MCC soccer program Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Department Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college's soccer program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa CC Minimum GPA of 2.5 Funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, course supplies (as stipulated in the course syllabi) and emergency student assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the MCC Scholarship Committee and the Director of Development A thank you letter should be submitted to the Development Office which will then be delivered to the donor. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa CC Financial need as per FAFSA Minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale A thank you note should be submitted to the development office.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa CC Majoring in Administration of Justice program of study (AJS) Minimum GPA of 2.5 Funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, course supplies (as stipulated in the course syllabi) and student emergency assistance. All expenditures/awards must be authorized by the MCC Scholarship Committee consisting of at least three people A thank you letter should be submitted to the Development Office, which will be forwarded to the donor.
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Faculty/Staff Support
 
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MCC Scholarship.· o Student enrolled at Mesa Community College o Minimum GPA of3.0 o Active member of the Latter-Day Saints Student Association Transfer Scholarship: o Scholarship to an outstanding LDSSA student who graduates and wishes to continue their education at a University o Minimum GPA of3.0 o Active member of the Latter-Day Saints Student Association Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the LDSSA student organization at Mesa Community College as well as events and activities that LDSSA coordinates on campus and in the community. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the LDSSA Advisor and Supervisor.
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Student Support
Be enrolled as a final semester Mesa CC student and be accepted to an Education baccalaureate degree program from an accredited college or university. Preference will be given to students transferring into a preschool, elementary or high school English as a second language or bilingual education program. Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 grading system. Demonstrate financial need (as per current FAFSA) Selection of receipients is to be completed by the college scholarship committee consisting of at least three people. Awards are to be used for tuition, books, fees and other course supplies (as stipulated in instructional syllabi). A thank you note should be submitted to the MCC Office of Development. The Donor may request a face to face congratulatory visit with the scholarship award recipient.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA of 2.5 Additional, but optional and temporary award criteria may be added to the above award criteria once a year by the MCC Faculty Senate. Such criteria shall be submitted in writing to MCC's Office of Development prior to any awards being granted relating to the optional, temporary criteria. Funds may be used for student: tuition, fees, books, course supplies (as stipulated in official MCC course syllabi), living expenses, and financial emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the MCC Faculty Senate Committee and the current MCC Faculty Senate President. A thank you letter should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Full-time (12 or more credits per semester) Education major Must maintain a 3.0 or better GPA per semester Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submittede to the Development Office.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Preference will be given to minority students and/or United States Veterans with or without honorable service Minimum grade point average of 2.5 Demonstrate financial need Financial selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note by the recipient should be submitted to the Office of Development.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa CC Minimum GPA of 2.5 Preference given to students of Hispanic or Latino descent Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the MCC Development Office
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Student Support
Scholarships: Student must be enrolled at Mesa CC Must be an active or former military member Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college commitee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the MCC Office of Veteran Service including program support, supplies, equipment and student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Office of Veteran Services Manager and supervisor.
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Memorial
Enrolled at Mesa CC majoring in civil engineering Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 grading system Re-entry student (not attending college for at least four consecutive semesters) Preference shall be given to students who have completed at least 24 credit hours at time of application and have the intention of pursuing a baccalaureate degree major in civil engineering Final selection of award recipients (s) shall be approved by a college scholarship committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the MCC Office of Development, which will be shared with the donor or donor's designee.
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Faculty/Staff Support
The purpose of this fund is to recognize and reward excellence in teaching and learning (world-class education) by both full time residential faculty and adjunct faculty working at Mesa Community College. Specifics and details are outlined in program materials, but shall constitute a cash award/stipend to the honoree(s) as well as funds for professional development and/or the purchase of supplies/materials for course work related to the honoree(s) field of instruction.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa CC Financial need (per current FAFSA) Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Single parent Marintain a minimum 3.0 GPA Must have completed at least 15 credit hours towards their program of study Financial need (as per current FAFSA)
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Student Support
Funds may be used for any purpose at Mesa Community College jointly deemed appropriate by the College Director of Development and the Mesa Community College President.
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Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Instrumental Music Major Enrolled in a minimum of at least 12 credits Minimum 2.5 GPA Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Music Department A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
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Student Support
Enrolled at MCC Min 2.5 GPA Majoring in Business Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least 3 people form the business department.
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Student Support
Scholarship: Enrolled at MCC Majoring in Music Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least there people from the Music Department Operations: Funds may be used for general operations/supplies of the college music program including costumes, travel, equipment, supplies, and other Misic student emergency assistance.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Physical disability (must be documented) Full or part-time enrollment Maintain a 2.5 GPA Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Active participant in a MCC Art Gallery related program Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Art Department Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college Art Gallery program including travel, equipment, supplies and other student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Department Chair and Supervisor.
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Student Support
Student needs to be enrolled at MCC, Active participant in a MCC Art Gallery related program, Min GPA of 2.5, Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least 3 people from the Art Department
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Student enrolled at MCC; minimum of 9 credit hours; majoring GPA of 3.0; majoring in Physical Sciences
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Restricted program Scholarships: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in a MCC Performing Arts Program; minimum GPA of 2.5; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Performing Arts Division. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college Performing Arts program including costumes, travel, equipment, supplies, and other Performing Arts student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Department Chair and Supervisor.
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Endowed program fund Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC F-1 Visa international student Must maintain F-1 immigration status and be in compliance with US Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) standards. Minimum GPA of 3.0 Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours must have completed at least 24 non ESL MCC credits at the time of application Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college comittee consisting of at least three people from the International Educaiton Department Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college International Education Department including program support, supplies, equipment, and student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the International Education department Chair and Supervisor.
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Student Support
Awards from this endowment are to be made on an annual basis to student(s) attending MCC. To qualify recipients must be a declared major of Social Work or related degree program offered throught the Cultural Science Department. Applicants need to show financial need, 3.0 GPA or higher, submit a short essay that shares how the applicant has hopes to overcome significant life challanges (foster care, domestic violence, sexual abuse, major accident, etc.) and what the applicant hopes and envisions for life in the future. Final recommendation of award recipients will be completed the MCC Social Cultural Science Department Scholarship Committee consisting of at least 3 people. If that committee doesn't meet than the MCC Scholarship Committee will select the award recipient. Recipients of the scholarship award shall submit a letter of appreciation.
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Faculty/Staff Support
The purpose of this fund is to recognize and reward excellence in teaching and learning (world-class education) by both full-time residential facjulty and adjunct faculty working at Mesa Community College. Specifics and details are outlined in program materials, but shall constitute a cash award/stipend to the honoree as weell s funds for professional development and/or the purchase supplies/materials for course work related to the honoree(s) field of instruction.
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Student Support
The purpose of the endowment is to provide funding for professional growth opportunities and programmatic related support of faculty (residental and adjunct) teach developmental education courses appertaining to the suject matters of math, reading, and English at MCC. Recipients of professional growth awards must apply for funding. Professional growth and programmatic support funding is to be determined by a committee comprised of the Project Director of the Foundations for Student Success, the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Director of the Learning Enhancement Cetner, and a representative for the MCCF or designate.
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Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Majoring in Business or related field Financial need (per current FAFSA) Preference will be given to Hispanic female Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Student Support
MCC student; CUM GPA of 2.5 or better; declared Biology major; special committee = 3 MCC Biology faculty members
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Memorial
MCC student; minimum of 3 credits; minimum GPA 2.5 or above; preference to Science, Technology, Education; Psychology or Health majors (but these majors are not required); awarded on a semester basis; not renewable. To be advertised in STARS with a special committee of the MCC Student Affairs Mgr and VP of student affairs
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Student Support
Funds are used to provide non-surgical periodontal therapy to those patients who would otherwise not be able to afford care. Each student will be allowed an equal share of distribution of funds for their patients' use, based on the amount of funds in the account and the number of current students Patient criteria: Patients who are in need of therapeutic services, other than routing maintenance and prevention. Patients who are not related to any current dental hygiene student in the Mesa Community College Dental Hygiene program. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college Dental Hygiene program including program support, supplies, students' assistance to National Dental Hygiend meetings, purchasing class "gifts" for the program upon graduation and student emergency assistance. All expenditures myst be jointly authorized by the department Chair and clinical faculty.
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Faculty/Staff Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Majoring in Astronomy Minimum GPA of 3.0 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people Operations: Funds may be used for general planetarium support such as shows, software, supplies and promotional material and personnel wages, etc. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Director of the MCC Planetarium and the Physical Science Department Chair.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Majoring in Fashion Merchandising & Design Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours Must be an active member of the MCC Fashion Club Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of sward recipients shall be approved by a college committee of at least three people from the Fashion Merchandising & Design Department and at least one representative of the Foundation.
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Student Support
MCC student; social science major; sophomore status; earned 12 or more credit hours (in social science) at MCC; minimum GPA of 3.25; full-time during award semester and following semester; Presidential Scholars not eligible
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Student Support
Student must be enrolled at MCC GPA 2.5 Funds must be used for tuition, fees, books, course supplies (as stipulated in the course syllabi) and emergency student assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the MCC Scholarship Committee and the Director of Development. A thank you letter should be submitted to the Development Office. Final selection of award reciipients shal be approved by a college committee consisting of at least 3 people
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Faculty/Staff Support
 
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Student Support
Funds may be used for the following purposes: -Program support of the MCC Hoop of Learning program -Bus passes, meal tickets, supplies, books, lab fees and to keep the program on the Education Channel -Official Hoop of Learning functions and events for students All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Program Director and Supervising Dean. A committee made up of three members must review all scholarship applications.
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Student Support
Restricted program: Student enrolled at MCC; Preference American Indian/Alaska Native, with proof of tribal membership identification. Enrolled in a minimum of 12 or more credit hours; minimum GPA of 2.5; financial need (as per current FAFSA) and must not be in financial aid default from other institutions. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the American Indian Center. A thank you letter should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa CC Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours Minimum of 6 MCC credit hours completed at time of application Preference given to: - Disabled students (must have a documented disability) F-1 Visa international students (must maintain F-1 immigration status and be in compliance with United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) standards). Students who participate in college-sponsored clubs or athletics Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
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Memorial
MCC student minimum 2.5 GPA financial need (per FAFSA) minimum 24 credit hours completed at time of application must be a declared transfer student in SIS enrolled in minimum 12 credit hours
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Memorial
MCC student Majoring/degree pathway of agriculture, botany, forestry, environmental science, floral design, landscaping, plant biology, horticulture, landscape design, or plant biology Minimum 3.0 GPA Enrolled in a minimum of 12 ormore credit hours
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Student Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC minimum GPA of 2.5 Majoring in Biotechnology Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college Biotechnology program including program support, marketing and student emergency assistance. all expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Biology department Chair and Supervisor.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Minimum high school GPA of 3.0 Mesa High School graduate Majoring in Education or Nursing Enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
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Student Support
This is an unrestricted account. Gifts to this fund may be used for any purpose. All expenditures must be approved by both the College President and the Director of the college's Office of Development.
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Student Support
MCC student Admitted to the Nursing Program Enrolled in minimum of 9 credit hours 3.0 minimum GPA Minimum of one NUR class already completed at time of application; Financial need (per current FAFSA) Final selection shall be approved by college committee consisting of at least 3 people from nursing dep't
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Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa CC; graduating Nursing student; transferring to an accredited Arizona four-year college or university; minimum 2.5 GPA; enrolled in a minimum of 9 credits; Financial need (per current FAFSA) Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Nursing Dept. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Student Support
Scholarship: enrolled at MCC; must be enrolled in the dental program; 3.25 minimum GPA; full time Funds may be utilized for Faculty Development and program support of the MCC Dental program
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Faculty/Staff Support
Program Support for Geology Department
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Memorial
Endowed Scholarship Student enrolled at MCC; single parent; maintain a minimum 3.0 CUM GPA; must have completed at least 15 credit hours towards their program of study; financial need (as per current FAFSA). Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note must be received prior to funds being released.
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Student Support
Restricted Program: Funds are to be awarded to a Mesa Community College student majoring in Geology, Science or Science Education (Service Learning with a Science emphasis). Minimum GPA of 3.0; funds are for tuition, supplies and/or emergency expenses. Candidates will be identified by MCC faculty/staff and final awards will be made by the MCCF. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Physical Science Department. A thank you note should be submitted to the MCC Development Office.
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Student Support
Scholarships: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in an MCC atletic program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the college athletic program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Athletic Director and Supervisor.
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Student Support
Scholarships: Students enrolled at Mesa Community College Majoring in Theatre Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Theatre department. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college Theatre program including program support, supplies, equipment, marketing and student emergency assistance. all exspenditures must be jointly authorized by the Theatre department Chair and Supervisor
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Student Support
MCC student; PE/Exercise Science or Recreation major; 3.0 GPA or better; minimum of 24 credits completed at time of application. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Exercise Science Department.
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Student Support
Restricted program fund Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC; minimum GPA of 3.0; enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours; majoring in Nutrition; final selection shall be approved by a college committee consisting of three people from the Nutrition department. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations/supplies of the college Food and Nutrition program including program support, equipment, suppies and student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the department Chair and Supervisor.
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Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Majoring in Education Minimum of 24 credits already completed at time of application Minimum GPA of 3.0 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa CC Minimum GPA of 2.5 Majoring in Anthropology Re-entry student (not attending college for at least four consecutive semesters) Must be 25 or older Proference given to students who volunteer for MCC Anthropology Department or related projects Financial need (per current FAFSA) Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a committee consisting of at least three people (one being the donor). A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Student Support
MCC student; Music major or Band member
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Student Support
Enrolled at MCC Priority given to a McClintock High School graduate Must have participated in a significant service experience (over 100 hours, nomination letter must accompany application form organization that will validate students service) Incoming high school graduates need to demonstrate a significant service experience during high school Funds may be used for tuition, fee and books only Minimum GPA of 2.5 (high school or college)
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Memorial
Continuing MCC student (completed at least 12 credit hours) Majoring in any Business & Information Systems Program Minimum GPA 2.5
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Student Support
endowed program: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in a MCC athletic program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the athletic dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the college athletic program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be joingly authorized by the Athletic Director and Supervisor.
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Student Support
Restricted Scholarship - Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Financial need (per FAFSA) Have a declared major Minimum college or high school CUM GPA of 2.5 enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Award to be prorated for students taking less than 12 credit hours Funds may only be used for tuition, books, fees, & educational supplies as stipulated in course syllabus Final Selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the MCC Alumni Association/College Committee. A Thank you card should be submitted to the Development Office.
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Student Support
MCC student; identify as female; re-entry student (30 years or older); maintain a 2.5 GPA; enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours; may be renewed through graduation. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least people.
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Student Support
Scholarships: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in the MCC Golf program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the Golf program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Golf Head Coach and College Athletic Director.
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Student Support
Scholarships: -Students enrolled at Mesa CC -Alumni or Active participant in the REACH program -Minimum GPA of 2.5 (high school or college) -Funds may be used for tuition, fees and books Operations: -Funds may be used for general operations of the REACH program. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Program Director and Supervising Dean
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Student Support
Scholarship: Enrolled at MCC Active participant in MCC Cross Country program Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Department Operatons: Funda m ay be used for general operation of teh college Cross Country program includinig uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies, and other athlitic student emergency asssitance.
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Student Support
restricted program: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in a MCC track and field program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the athletic dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the Track & Field program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be joingly authorized by the Track & Field Head Coach and Athletic Director.
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Student Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA of 3.4 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Financial need (per current FAFSA) Minimum of 18 credits already completed at time of application Majoring in English or English Education (Secondary Education) with an intent to enter the teaching field Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the English department. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college English Department including program support, supplies, equipment and student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the English Department Chair and Supervisor
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Student Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Minimum GPA of 2.5 (high school or college) Member of the Phi Theta Kappa Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Phi Theta Kappa Leadership Team. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations/supplies of the college Phi Theta Kappa program including program support, marketing and student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by a Phi Theta Kappa Advisor and Lead Faculty Advisor.
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Student Support
Enrolled at MCC Minimum GPS of 2.5 Preference given to students with extraordinary one time need Students must provide a written recommendation by a MCC board approved employee or adjunct faculty and supported by a documented need. Funds may be used for student financial emergency assistance.
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Student Support
Restricted Program fund Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC F-1 Visa international student Must maintain F-1 immigration status and be in compliance with US Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) standards. Minimum GPA of 3.0 Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours must have completed at least 24 non ESL MCC credits at the time of application Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college comittee consisting of at least three people from the International Educaiton Department Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college International Education Department including program support, supplies, equipment, and student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the International Education department Chair and Supervisor.
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Memorial
MCC student; majoring in photography or art; must have and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester; minimum of 6 credit hours at MCC already completed at time of application.
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Student Support
Scholarships: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in the MCC Women's Basketball program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the Women's Basketball program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Women's Basketball Head Coach and College Athletic Director.
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Memorial
Student enrolled at MCC Re-entry students (not attending college for at least four consecutive semesters) Identify as female Preference given to homemakers returning to college Financial need (per current FAFSA) Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the development office.
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Student Support
restricted program: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in a MCC Volleyball program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the athletic dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the Volleyball program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be joingly authorized by the Volleyball Head Coach and Athletic Director.
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Student Support
Scholarship; Enrolled at MCC Majoring in nujrsing or related field Full-time (according to current Nursing Department criteria) Minimum 2.5 GPA Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college nursing program including equipment, suppplies, and student emergency assistance.
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Memorial
Student enrolled at MCC; financial need (per current FAFSA); enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours; minimum GPA of 2.5; majoring in Music; scholarship shall be in an amount equal to twice the equivalent of 12 credit hours and fees. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Music Department. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
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Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Sophomore majoring in Chemistry Financial need (per current FAFSA) Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Physical Science department. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
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Student Support
Scholarships: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in the MCC Football program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the Football program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Football Head Coach and College Athletic Director.
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Student Support
Restricted program fund: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in a MCC men's basketball program including uniforms, travel equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized byt he men's basketball head coach and college athletic director. Scholarships: MCC student; 2.5 gpa; MCC Men's Basketball program participant.
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Student Support
Student enrolled in Mesa Community College Full-time (according to current Nursing Department criteria) Minimum GPA of 2.5 Four awards will be based on financial need (per current FAFSA); one award will be based on overall academic performance for a student in Block 4. Three MCC Nursing Department faculty members will serve as a special review committee.
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Faculty/Staff Support
Scholarship: Enrolled at MCC Mimimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. Operations: Funds may be used for general program support of the MCC Rose Garden including personnel, supplies, equipment, events, marketing, etc.
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Student Support
Scholarships: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in the MCC Women's Softball program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the Women's Softball program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Women's Softball Head Coach and College Athletic Director.
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Student Support
Scholarships: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in the MCC Tennis program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the Tennis program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Tennis Head Coach and College Athletic Director.
Mesa
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Student enrolled at MCC; majoring in Music; minimum GPA of 2.5
Mesa
Student Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Minimum GPA of 2.5 Majoring in Business Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Business Dept. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college Business department including program support, supplies, equipment and student financial emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Business Department Chair and Supervisor.
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First year student enrolled at Mesa CC Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Majoring in Computer Graphic Design May not be a recipient of the Presidential Award Must be involved in various high school activities; church groups; clubs and/or athletics during their high school years. Awards may be renewed as long as recipient still meets criteria. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
Restricted program: Student enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA of 2.5 Majoring in Dance Must have previous dance training and performance experience Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Exercise Science Department.
Mesa
Student Support
Scholarships: Students enrolled at Mesa CC Minimum GPA of 3.0 Majoring in Urban Horticulture or Agribusiness Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Applied Science Dept. Operations: Funds may be used for the general operations of the college Agriculture/Urban Horticulture department including program support, supplies, equipment and student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the department Chair and Supervisor
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Declared major in P-12 Education Completed at least 12 credit hours of CFS, ECH, EED, and/or EDU coursework Financial need (per current FAFSA) Minimum GPA of 3.25 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Education department
Mesa
Faculty/Staff Support
Scholarship: Enrolled at MCC Minimum SOA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. Operations: Funds may be used for general program support of the MCC Rose Garden including personnel, supplies, equipment, events, marketing, etc.
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at MCC; Biology major; minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Biology Dept.
Mesa
Student Support
Scholarships: student enrolled at MCC; active participant in the MCC Baseball program; minimum 2.5 GPA; final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Dept. Funds may be used for general operations of the Baseball program including uniforms, travel, equipment, supplies and other athletic student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Baseball Head Coach and College Athletic Director.
Mesa
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Endowed program fund: student enrolled at MCC; minimum 2.0 GPA; enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours; financial need per current FAFSA. Of the annual spendable allocation, 50% or less will be used for funding student competition scholarships (e.g. creative writing competition, American Indian student essays, etc.) and the other 50% will be used for scholarships as indicated above. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the development office.
Mesa
Student Support
MCC student Must have participated in a significant service experience (over 100 hours; nomination letter from organization that will validate student's service must accompany application) Incoming high school students must demonstrate a significant service experience (over 100 hours; nomination letter from organization that will validate student's service must accompany application) Funds may be used for tuition, course fees, books, & ed. supplies as listed in syllabus 2.5 minimum GPA (high school or college)
Mesa
Student Support
MCC student; Psychology major; minimum of on Psychology course already completed at time of application; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hrs per semester; minimum 2.5 gpa; MCC Psychological Science Dept and or designates will be involved in selection of recipients
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MCC student Majoring in business or related fields, such as accounting, finance, marketing, management, computer info systems, web development & use of technology in business Preference Hispanic or Latina/Latino Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Minimum 2.5 GPA.
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA of 3.0 Minimum of 9 credit hours
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at MCC Library Technician Major Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours Maintain a 2.5 GPA Awarded Fall/Spring semester Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the MCC Development Office,
Mesa
Student Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Majoring in AAS-Early Learning and Development, AAS - Early Childhood Administration and Management, AAS-Early Care and Education or CCL-Early Care Specialist Preference given to students who are not receiving Federal Pell Grant and/or TEACH (Teacher Education and Compensation Helps) funding Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Advertised during the Spring and awarded during the Fall semester Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people lead by the Early Care and Education Program Director Operations: Funds may be used for graduating students to become members of the National Association for the Education of Young Children All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the department chair and program director. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Memorial
student enrolled at Mesa Community College must be enrolled in at least one jazz class for the semester in which recipient is to be awarded majoring/minoring in music enrolled in minimum of 6 credits plays trombone with college level musical competencies demonstrated during audition (major scales, improv, sight-reading, and/or etudes/tunes) financial need (per current FAFSA)
Mesa
Memorial
Enrolled at MCC Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester Must demonstrat volunteer/community service experience Minimum GPA 2.5
Mesa
Student Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC; active participant in the ACE program; Minimum GPA of 2.5 (high school or college); priority given to an Asian Pacific Islander or any ACE student with emergency needs; funds may be used for tuition and books or ACE programmatic needs. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the ACE department. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at MCC Majoring in Chemistry Minimum of one MCC CHM course completed at time of application Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Physical Science Department. A thank you letter should be submitted to the Development Office
Mesa
Student Support
enrolled at MCC Journalism major Minimum 2.5 GPA Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours
Mesa
Student Support
Restricted program fund Scholarships: Student enrolled at MCC Minimum GPA of 2.5 Majoring in Mortuary Science Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Mortuary Science department. Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the college Mortuary Science program including program support, supplies, equipment, marketing and student emergency assistance.
Mesa
Student Support
Awards from this endowment can be made on either a semester (fall/spring) or annual basis to declared music major studen(s) attending MCC. Recipients should have a GPA of 2.0 however exceptions may be granted to promising students with demonstrated musical talent. There are no restrictions regarding citizenship or residency. Awards may be used for college tuition, books, fees and supplies as outlined in courses syllabi. Awarding: 1) an annual scholarship, renewable for up to two additional years shall be granted to the first place winner of the solo piano category of the Maricopa County Community College District "Artists of Promise". Additionally, an annual scholarship shall be granted to the second place and third place winners of the solo piano category of the music competition. 2) If no MCC student wins (first, second or third places) at the District competition, then an MCC keyboard competition should be held to choose the scholarship winners. 3) If an MCC keyboard competition cannot be held, then a scholarship committee consisting of at least three people shall be convened. Members of the committee shall include: an MCC piano keyboard faculty member, a MCC piano keyboard coordinator, the Chair of the MCC Music Dept, and/or this fund's founding donor.
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Enrolled at Mesa Community Collee Admitted to Nursing Program Minimum GPS of 3.0 Enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours Minimum of 30 credit hours at MCC alrady completed at time of application Financial need (per current FAFSA) Preference given to students interested in pursuing field of gerontology Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the nursing department. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
Endowed Scholarship - Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Financial need (per FAFSA) Have a declared major Minimum college or high school CUM GPA of 2.5 enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Award to be prorated for students taking less than 12 credit hours Funds may only be used for tuition, books, fees, & educational supplies as stipulated in course syllabus Final Selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the MCC Alumni Association/College Committee. A Thank you card should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Memorial
MCC student; enrolled in a minimum 6 credit hours; financial need; majoring in Fire Science. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Fire Science Department.
Mesa
Memorial
MCC student; minimum of one RDG course already completed at time of application; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; financial need; MCC Reading Department and/or designates will be involved in selection of recipients.
Mesa
Student Support
MCC student 2.5 minimum GPA minimum 6 credit hours Majoring in AAS - Early Learning & Development, AAS - Early Childhood Admin & Mgmt, AAS - Early Care & Ed, or CCL -Early Care Specialist Funds to be used for tuition, course fees, books, & educational supplies listed in syllabus preference given to students not receiving Pell Grant &/or TEACH (Teacher Ed & Compensation Helps) funding
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at MCC Majoring in Architectural, Drafting or CAD area of study Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits Award can be renewed for a second year providing student has not withdrawn from classes Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
MCC student; completed 24 credit hrs or more; full-time; providing leadership through the student govt. or college club/activity
Mesa
Memorial
Endowed Scholarship Student enrolled at Mesa CC; minimum 2.5 GPA; enrolled in a minimum of 2.5 credit hours; financial need (per FAFSA). Final selection of awards shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Minimum GPA of 3.0 (high school or college) Majoring or acquiting a certificate in either business, computers or office automation systems as an International Business major. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
Scholarships: Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Majoring in Art Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. Operations: Funds may be used to cover conference registration, travel, lodging expenses, and any other student emergency assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the department Chair and Supervisor. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development office.
Mesa
Student Support
Endowed Scholarship MCC student; re-entry; must have and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA; minimum of 24 credit hours already completed at time of application; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester; financial need (per FAFSA) Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Memorial
MCC student; majoring in business; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester; minimum of 12 credit hours already completed at time of application; financial need; MCC Business and Information Systems Department will be involved in selection of recipients.
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College, Tuition, fees, books and supplies as stipulated in the syllabus, Preference female, majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, Information Technology or Networking, minimum of 2.5 GPA
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Tuition and fees only Minimum GPA of 2.5 Honorably released return missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) (must provide a letter of release from the mission president) A typed one or two page essay explaining the student's educational goals and lessons learned while serving their mission Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
Mesa
Student Support
Awards are to be made annually from this fund for students attending Mesa Community College that have completed a minimum of 6 credits with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0. Initial preference will be given to Hispanic American students, if Hispanic American students are not available, other students will be considered, preference will also be given to students that intend on pursuing a baccalaureate degree in the future.
Mesa
Memorial
MCC student; identify as Black or African-American; identify as female; Physical or Life Sciences major; must enroll in and successfully complete 12 credits per semester
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Re-entry student (not attending college for at least four consecutive semesters). Identify as Black or African American or Hispanic/Latino. Identify as female. Financial need (per current FAFSA). Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours. Minimum GPA of 2.5
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Majoring in Journalism or related field of study Enrolled full-time (12 or more credit hours) Maintin a minimum 2.5 GPA Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
Concurrent high school student enrolled at Mesa Community College. Preference will be given to students that are involved with Model United Nations or that have expressed an interest to become involved with this organization. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at MCC; minimum of 12 credit hours; minimum gpa of 2.0; participating in the MCC women's basketball program; financial need. Final selections of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people.
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at MCC; active participant in the MCC Women's Softball program; minimum GPA of 2.0; enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits; financial need (as per FAFSA). Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Dept. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC; majoring in Theatre or related field of study (set design, costuming, lights, sound, stage or house management); enrolled in 12 credit hours or more per semester; maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference may be granted for previous work in theatre and/or production classes in High School, College or Community Service Learning programs and/or for working in the MCC Theatre Department's technical areas 50 or more hours per semester; this work is in addition to any class or lab time commitments of the courses for which student registers. The award is renewable until the student graduates from MCC, as long as all above criteria are met each semester. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office. Final selection of the award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Theatre Department.
Mesa
Memorial
Endowed Scholarship: Type 1: Student Application Required - Student enrolled at Mesa CC - Books and supplies as stipulated in the course syllabus - Minimum GPA of 2.5 - Financial Need (as per FAFSA) Type 2: Faculty/Staff Recommendation - Student enrolled at Mesa CC - Books and supplies as stipulated in the course syllabus - Minimum GPA of 2.5 - Must provide a written recommendation from a board approved (Faculty, PSA, MAT, etc) staff member or Adjunct Faculty demonstrating need Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be received prior to funds being released.
Mesa
Student Support
MCC student Preference Black or African-American Financial need (as per current FAFSA) Enroll in a minimum of 6 credits per semester Maintain a 2.0 GPA Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the MCC Development office.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Preference female Preference Hispanic or Latina Minimum GPA of 2.5 Must enroll in a minimum of 6 credits Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the MCC Development Office Fee frozen at .75%
Mesa
Student Support
Enrolled at Mesa CC Majoring in Theater or related field of study Minimum 2.5 GPA Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office. Fund name change per Karley was MCC Theater Scholarship Endowment
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Enrolled in a minimum of 3 credits in Philosophy or Religious Studies curricula Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours at the time of application Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours if funds are used to support students participating in a college sanctioned study abroad trip within the Philosophy or Religious Studies Department Must have completed at least 3 MCC credit hours of Philosophy or Religious studies curricula at time of application Financial need (per FAFSA) Minimum GPA of 2.5 Funds may be used to support students participating in a college sanctioned study abroad trip within the Philosophy or Religious Studies Department Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
MCC student; admitted to Nursing Program; minimum 2.7 GPA; financial need Final selection of award recpient shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Financial need (per current FAFSA) Minimum GPA of 2.5 Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Financial need (per current FAFSA) Majoring in Fire Science or EMT Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Fire Science Department. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Student Support
MCC student Re-entry student (not attending college for at least four consecutive semesters) Single parent Enrolled in minimum 6 credits per semester Financial need (per FAFSA)
Mesa
Student Support
MCC student Majoring in math, computer science, or science Financial need (per current FAFSA) Minimum of 24 credit hours completed at time of application Minimum 3.0 GPA Enrolled in minimum of 12 credit hours
Mesa
Student Support
Scholarship; Enrolled at MCC Must have child enrolled in the college's children center Must demonstrate financial need (per current FASFA) Recipients must submit a note of appreciaton prior to the award being released Operations: Funds may be used for general operations of the Children's Center. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Director of the MCC Children's Center & Department Chair.
Mesa
Memorial
Scholarship for High School Seniors: - Student enrolled at Mesa Community College - Must be graduating from a Mesa or Tempe High School - Minimum CUM GPA of 2.5 - Majoring in Education - Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours - Renewal of the scholarship is automatic for the second year Scholastic Scholarship: - Student enrolled at Mesa Community College - Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours - Must have completed 12 MCC credit hours at time of application - Recipients must reapply each year. Award is not automatically renewed. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people.
Mesa
Student Support
Student enrolled at MCC Minimum 2.5 GPA Funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, course supplies (as stipulated in the course syllabi) and emergency student assistance. All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the MCC Scholarship Committee and Director of Development. A thank you letter should be submitted to the Development Office. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people.
Mesa
Student Support
Second year Mesa Community College (MCC) students enrolled in Empire Southwest's ThinkBIG Apprenticeship program Financial need per current FAFSA Minimum grade point average of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours AZ and Maricopa County resident Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at MCC Majoring in the Physical Sciences or Engineering Minimum of 24 credit hours already completed at the time of application Financial need (per current FAFSA) Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Physical Science Department A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Preference will be given to United States Veterans and/or single parents Full-time (according to current Nursing Department criteria) Minimum grade point average of 3.0 Majoring in Nursing Financial need (as per FAFSA) Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Nursing Department. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Mesa
Memorial
Student enrolled at Mesa Community College Active participant in the MCC Baseball program Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Athletic Department. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development office
Mesa
Student Support
Restricted Program fund Student enrolled at MCC Majoring in Art Minimum GPA of 2.0 Student is selected based off talent and creativity of art work presented at the annual Student Art Show
Mesa
Memorial
MCC student; majoring in the physical sciences; minimum of one physical sciences course already completed at time of application; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester; financial need; minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA; MCC Physical Science Department and/or designate will be involved in selection of recipients.
Mesa
Student Support
Restricted Scholarship Student enrolled at MCC; majoring in Nursing; minimum GPA of 2.5; Enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours; financial need (per current FAFSA). Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a colege committee consisting of at least three people from the Nursing Department. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
GateWay
Student Support
Funds will be to provide financial support, including tuition and program fees, for students in the CNC Machinist program. Funds will be access and approved via requests to the Foundation from the GWCC development officer and the dean of trade & technical training.
GateWay
Program Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
Student must be enrolled in a math class at GateWay Community College Funds to be used for tuition, feew, or to defray costs in mathematics courses
GateWay
Faculty/Staff Support
Enrolled in Second year a clock or credit hour program U.S. Citizen or Eligible Non-Citizen GPA of 2.5 or better Preference will be given to students who meet these additional criteria: Completed their first year of the program Honorably discharged or retired veteran Purple Heart of POW medal recipient
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Memorial
Student scholarships for GateWay Community Colege athletes
GateWay
Faculty/Staff Support
 
GateWay
Community Partnerships
 
GateWay
Community Partnerships
Funds may be used to support ongoing operation of the Healthcare United at GateWay (HUG) Clinic.
GateWay
Community Partnerships
 
GateWay
Student Support
The purpose of the fund is to support Veterans Student Success programs at GateWay, which include the following (see attached description): Creation of an online Veteran student orientation program An on-demand student Veteran tutoring program Veteran's Scholarship for Success and Retention - eight or nine $800 scholarships to be awarded annually - Development Math/English performance based scholarship - Applicants must complete on-line orientation - Applicants must be active members of the GateWay Student Veterans Association S.E.E.4Vets representative to serve on scholarship review committee
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Memorial
Enrolled in the Court Reporting program at Gateway Community College. Achieved at least 160 wpm and enrolled in the 180 wpm class Full-time Minimum 2.0 GPA Financial need Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least two Gateway Court Reporting faculty members.
GateWay
Student Support
In accordance with the Department of Education/Title V Regulations, the following criteria and processes must be applied to the administration of this fund: 1. Funds deposited into the GateWay Community College Title V Endowment Fund must be invested for twenty (20) years from the date the fund is established. After 20 years all funds in the endowment may be used by GateWay for any educational purpose. 2. Any withdrawals/expenditures made from the Fund (including MCC Foundation management fees) must receive approval from GateWay prior to taking place. Funds are for the on-going support of GateWay's Navigate You Success: Start Strong, Stay on Track initiative. The over-arching goal of the program is to meet the demand for a prepared and technically competent college level workforce while serving, educating and training a student population that is entering at the developmental level in math, reading and/or English. Funds ater to be used to enrich student development at GateWay through all aspects of teaching & learning including technology, faculty support and student support services.
GateWay
Program Support
To support the programs and services of the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation at GateWay Community College. Resources shall support scholarships, internships and professional fellowships in addition to general operations, equipment and program support. as approved by the Executive Director of the Center for Entrepreneuiral Innovation.
GateWay
Community Partnerships
 
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Faculty/Staff Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
Applicant must be pursuing a degree in technical education and currently enrolled in at least 12 hours during the current semester (full time) Applicant must provide 1 letter of recommendation from a professor, teacher, or advisor. Applicant must provide a list of clubs, activities, accomplishments, leadership roles held and years involved, inculding those relating to their field of study. Applicant must provide an essay or 200-300 words on why the student chose to study technical education, how their achievements and/or leadership roles have helped them grow individually and their future goals within the technical field. GPA 3.0 or higher If the applicant is a non US citizen the participating school must submit authorization that the recipient is a full time resident and meets the Dept of Education guidleines to receive federal and state fund as an eligible non citizen of the US. Students must be enrolled in a qualifying industrial trade program degree program as determined by Grainger in its sole discretion. Non qualifying degrees include engineering transfer program sor formal architecture programs. Qualifying degrees include any industrial trade such as welding, HVAC, construction, plumbing, facilities, maintenance, energy systems, automotive, electrical systems engineering, and other technical workforce degree programs.
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Faculty/Staff Support
HUG Clinic
GateWay
Faculty/Staff Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
Learn. More/Live Better Annual Fund . Ongoing donations to the fund will be designated to one or more of the following, Investment : Opportunities : Student Services . Support : Funds to help students, get through school. Investments in this area focus on providing all students with, access to a quality education whether they are pursuing a degree or seeing new job skills. Resources for student scholarships, athletics, student clubs, library resources, disability services, and others support learning and growth both inside and outside of the classroom . Academic Program Support : Resources to start new academic programs and . to enhance. existing programs and services . Investments iii this ~Irea may support new curriculum development : unique instructional tool;, ,the transfer of course to various learning; formats including on line, lid-brid, and learning communities; faculty enrichment opportunities to foster innovative educational techniques, to name a -few . Equipment & Building Support : New equipment and updated facilities to help the College meet the needs of a growing student body, a changing community and expanded programs and services . Investments in this area may include classroom equipment, expert technology, laboratory renovations, structural changes required to support industry training tools, etc . General College Support: Allows the College to invest in areas of greatest need. Discretionary income is necessary to supplement diminishing traditional sources of funding in order to maintain maximum student success 8/7/08 1 of 4 0 and access . Investments may include professional development opportunities, promotion of new program and services,. campus amenities that augment life-long learning.
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Faculty/Staff Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
Student attending one of the 10 Maricopa Community colleges, attending 6 credit hours or more and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Preference shall be given to scholarship applicants who demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit and already own, have owned, or would some day like to own and operate their own business. Preference shall be give to applicants who need financial assistance to continue their education. Preference shall be given to students who will enroll either in Gateway Community College or Maricopa Skill Center.
GateWay
Faculty/Staff Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
The scholarships will be ; expended, in accordance with the, following criteria Student must be enrolled and accepted in the "Air ConditioningRefrigeration and Facilities Technology" Associate Degree program, or a recent/pending high, school ; graduate that can. show proof of enrollment, by producing a copy of the College application . € Student must be carrying between 9 and 12 credits per semester . ( 9 credits is equivalent to $1,200 scholarship,, 12 credits is equivalent to $1,500 scholarship) . 10/27/05 1 of 4 0 € Recent, high school grads must, meet the minimum grade point requirement (2. .5 on a 4 .0 scale) based on high school transcripts . € Students already in the. ;program .must be on track . during the first semester to achieve the minimum grade point requirement (2.5 on a 4.0 scale) . € Be a participant in the ``Skills USA" program . € Be a member of a minority group defines as African American, 'Hispanic, Asian, Native American, Pacific Islander, Alaskan native, or female . € Provide. two letters of recommendation; one must be from a high school or college faculty member . € Have a strong desire to work in a service capacity in the HVAC industry .
GateWay
Student Support
Students enrolled at GateWay CC Active participant in the ACE program Minimum GPA of 2.5 (high school or college) A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
GateWay
Memorial
Must be a Respiratory Care Student
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Memorial
GWCC Nuclear Medicine Student (admitted to program) Min 2.5 GPA Demonstrated need- FAFSA
GateWay
Student Support
 
GateWay
Student Support
Enrolled in (6) credit hours at GCC Declared program of study Demonstated financial need Application for Federal STudent Aid (FAFSA) related. To be used for general supplies, tuition, books, and equipment.
Glendale
Student Support
Must be Full-time music major 12 academic credits or more with 7 or more credits in music Recommended by music faculty scholarship committee Music faculty scholarship committee will be in charge of the criteria for the recommended recipient
Glendale
Student Support
Must be Full-time music major 12 academic credits or more with 7 or more credits in music Recommended by music faculty scholarship committee Music faculty scholarship committee will be in charge of the criteria for the recommended recipient
Glendale
Program Support
Program support
Glendale
Memorial
Full-time student attending Glendale Community College Cumulative GPA o f 3.5 Currently enrolled in a minimum of a 3 credit class in English Literature and/or Philosophy and/or Humanities class at the time of application.
Glendale
Student Support
Attending Glendale Community College US citizen Minimum GPA of 2.5 Preference for female GCC student Student will submit a portfolio of phoographic work to be reviewed by committee
Glendale
Student Support
Scholarships will pay for the Fitness Center and/or Fitness (PED) classes including tuition, course fees, and registration fees (credit or non-credit courses). Each semester up to $125 may be awarded in up to five of the following categories: GCC nursing student, GCC student taking math classes, US Veteran that is a GCC student, non-benefited GCC employee, and community member. Students must be earning a 3.0+ GPA and enrolled in 6+ credit hours. Preference given to GCC North, 1st-time applicants, and involvement in campus clubs/activities.
Glendale
Student Support
Attending Glendale Community College Enrolled in Englisth as Second language courses (ESL)
Glendale
Student Support
Title V Grant
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student Minimum 3.0 GPA Full-time enrollment Has documented emotional disability and/or medical condition that affets their pursuit of highter education Completion of 6 credit hours and program of study to be open
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Student Support
Glendale Community College student, minimum GPA 3.0, to include an essay to justify their future goals.
Glendale
Student Support
Program funds shall be used to support academic activities and program operations in direct support of students for the Dr. Phillip D. Randolph Automotive Technology Center (ATC). All expenditures that meet GCC general expense guidelines shoulde be authorized by the Chair of the Automotovei Deparment , Dean, and Vice-President.
Glendale
Student Support
The S.E.E.4VETS Math Success Scholarship is an academic initiative designed to assist new student veterans enrolled in MATO8X or 09X toward degree completion. Student veterans selected for this scholarship will have the full tuition for the course and course fee (s) covered by the scholarship at the in-state tuition rate. This is a pilot program and intended for 20 veterans commencing fall 2015. . Students must meet the following criteria: • Be a new student to GCC • Be enrolled in a minimum of half-time (at least 6 credit hours) • Be enrolled in a developmental math course (MAT 08X or MAT 09X) • Student veterans must be enrolled and attending a MAT 108 class no later than the second week of instruction • Student veteran must complete an application and be interviewed by an advisor assigned to the GCC Veteran Service Center • For continuing awards of this scholarship, students must successfully achieve a grade of B or higher in their current math courses
Glendale
Student Support
Full time enrollment Minimum 3.0 GPA Financial need Attend Glendale Community College
Glendale
Faculty/Staff Support
Program Support Funds can be used to assist GCC students who need immediate financial contribution. This would be for overall recruitment, retention and marketing to foster student success as determined by the GCC Development Office and GCC President Offfice. Scholarship Support 2.5 GPA Financial need Minimum enrollment of part-time Preference to veteran students
Glendale
Memorial
I am a Glendale Community College student. I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I am a US veteran. Through the details in my application, I clearly have demonstrated financial need.
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student enrolled in band and/or percussion ensemble
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student pursuing a degree or certificate in Behavioral Health Sciences, Developmental Disabilities, or Family Life Education programs. Must have and maintain 2.5 GPA, must successfully complete a minium of 12 credit hours prior to applying and demonstrate financial need.
Glendale
Student Support
The GCC Exercise Science Fund will provide funding for required course materials, books, and graduation fees for students enrolled in core courses in thes programs: Exercise Science & Personal Training (AAS) Nutrition for Fitness & Wellness (CCL) Personal Training Specialist (CCL) Personal Trainer (CCL) Students must be enrolled in at least one of the core program courses and hold a 2.0 GPA or higher. In addition, students must complete a series of questions about education goals, challenges, and financial need. A letter of recommendation and/or reference may be required.
Glendale
Student Support
Must be currently enrolled in PSY 290 at GCC or GCC North. Must complete the course requirements for the research paper as directed by their teacher Process: The top five papers with a minimum grade of 'B' will be submitted by the course instructor to be evaluated by Dr. Oliver and Dr. Ann The paper chosen as the best representation of Research Methods will be awarded a $500 scholarship within each section of PSY 290 The paper chosen as the second best will be awarded $200 scholarship within each section of PSY 290 The paper chosen as the third best will be awarded $100 scholarship within each section of PSY 290 All student winner names will be affixed to a plaque to be displayed in the Psychology Dept. at GCC and GCC North
Glendale
Memorial
 
Glendale
Student Support
Full time enrollment, participation in Band and/or Percussion Ensemble, GCC music major
Glendale
Student Support
GCC ESL students - any language; minimum one semester completed at GCC; minimum 3.0 GPA
Glendale
Student Support
Students enrolled in music, instrumental or vocal performance Adult Re-entry US Citizen and AZ Resident 3.0 GPA Demonstrate financial need.
Glendale
Community Partnerships
 
Glendale
Community Partnerships
 
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Community Partnerships
 
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Student Support
Single mother, Head of household Minimum enrollment of 9 credit hours 2.5 GPA
Glendale
Memorial
Provide 1/2 of the required tuition, books and fees Support femal full time and/or part time students Participating in the Technical Writing program 3.0 minimum GPA Attend GCC
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student majoring in engineering or computer & networking technology must have & & maintain minimum 2.7 GPA must enroll in & successfully complete minimum of 12 credit hours per semester US citizen
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student; Elementary Education major; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; financial need; re-entry; single parent; US citizen; AZ resident; identify as female
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student; admitted to nursing program; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; re-entry; US citizen, AZ resident
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student; Behavioral Health major; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; financial need; re-enry; US citizen; AZ resident
Glendale
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student US military veteran (honorable DD214 provided) Declasred program of studey in Nursing Minimum 3.00 GPA Must enroll in and complete a minimum of 9 credits per semester
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student majoring in Information Technology must have & maintain minimum 3.0 GPA must enroll in & successfully complete minimum 12 credit hours per semester minimum of 30 credit hours at GCC already completed at time of application single parent US citizen Preference female
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student athlete; funds are to assist with the cost of book purchases
Glendale
Memorial
Diane H. Thomas Scholarship for GCC Alumni (10,000): graduating GCC student minimum 3.0 GPA demonstrates financial need through details in application planning to transfe to 4 year college or university essay (tbd) Diane H. Thomas Scholarship for GCC Sudents ($1,000 each): pursuing degree or certificate at GCC minimum 3.0 GPA demonstrates financial need through details in application plan to enroll in & successfully complete minimum 6 credit hours per semester
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student admitted to the GCC Ford Automotive Student Service Educational Training (ASSET) program; must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA.
Glendale
Student Support
Restricted scholarship GCC student majoring in English or Journalism; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester, must have and maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA.
Glendale
Student Support
The amount available for award from the Fund shall be used on an annual basis to provide scholarships to GCC graduates continuing their education at ASU or NAU and the MCCF will apply the amount available for award in accordance with the following criteria : Graduate of GCC Participated in GCC Athletic program within the last three years Preference will be given to students 22 years of age Accepted to attend ASU or NAU Preference will be given to students who served minimum of two years active US military duty Demonstrate financial need Demonstrate Volunteer service and work experience Preference will be given to graduate of Wickenburg High School
Glendale
Student Support
Endowed Scholarship: Student must have successfully completed at least 12 credit hours at Glendale CC; and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; student must be working to overcome some kind of trauma
Glendale
Student Support
Restricted scholarship: GCC student identified as Black or African American; must demonstrate volunteer/community service, must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; must enroll and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester.
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student must have & maintain minimum 3.0 GPA must enroll in & successfully complete minimum 12 credit hours per semester demonstrate financial need
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student admitted to the nursing program; must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA; demonstrate financial need; must enroll and successfully complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester.
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student, United Sates military veteran or dependent of a United States military veteran, US citizen, Arizona resident, financial need, must have and maintain a minimun 2.5 GPA, must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
Glendale
Student Support
Restricted scholarship: GCC student majoring in Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Technology, minimum of 30 credit hours already completed at time of application, must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student; Education Major; specialization in English; minimum of one ENG course already completed at time of application; minimum 3.5 GPA
Glendale
Student Support
Project was to fund scholarships at GCC
Glendale
Student Support
Endowed program fund: For funding of GCC Nursing Camp expenses to attract minority at-risk youth to the nursing profession; grant pays for items outlined and per department chair.
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student; successfully completed one developmental course (ENG or RDG below 100 level); must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA
Glendale
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student must have & maintain minimum 3.0 GPA minimum 15 credit hours already completed re-entry student identify as female minimum of one HUM course already completed
Glendale
Student Support
1 award will be given in the fall and 1 award in the srping to a full time student of GCC. Students applying must have a GPA 3.0 or higher, complete one Religious Studies, OR Philosophy course at GCC, and be currently enrolled in another Reiligious studies OR Philosophy course.
Glendale
Student Support
GCC Alumni Endowed Scholarship for Glendale Community College Transfer Alumni: - graduating GCC student - Minimum 3.0 GPA - Planning to transfer to a 4 year college or university GCC Alumni Endowed Scholarship for Glendale Community College - Pursuing a degree or certificate at GCC - Minimum 3.0 GPA - Plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester - A minimum of 12 credit hours completed at time of application
Glendale
Student Support
GCC students in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering or math), must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student; must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA; demonstrate financial need
Glendale
Memorial
GCC sudent admitted to nursing program must have & maintain minimum 2.0 GPA
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student must enroll in & complete minimum 6 credit hours per semester must have & maintain minimum 3.0 GPA
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student; admitted to the Fire Science Program; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; minimum 6 credits per semester; minimum of 6 credits already completed at time of application; demonstrated voluneer/community service experience.
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student admitted to law enforcement or fire science programs have & maintain minimum 3.0 GPA successfully complete minimum 12 credit hours per semester
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Memorial
Victor L. Boels Memorial Business Scholarship: GCC student majoring in business, accounting or finance, demonstrate financial need, must have and maintain a minimum of 3.25 GPA. Victor L. Boels Memorial Nursing Scholarship: GCC student admitted to nursing program, re-entry, demonstrates financial need, must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. If more nursing students are in need, give to nursing students instead of business. 18 scholarships to be issued for the 15-16 academic year. 20 to be issued for 16-17.
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student; admitted to Law Enforcement program; must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student; minimum of 12 credit hours already completed at time of application Must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA Must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credits per semester Must be an international student (F1 visa holder)
Glendale
Student Support
Scholarship Instructions : (general scholarship, college, field of study, GPA, etc .) 1) Mecha Students from Flagstaff High School 2) Hispanic Origin 3) Must have a min . of 6 credits hours, 2 .0 GPA 4) Must be applying for the following : Public Service, Public Administration, Political Science, Social Work, Public Health
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student Major in Music with intention to pursue a bachelor's degree in Music Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA Perform in a SCG Music Club production if invited and available
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student admitted to the GM Automotive Educational Program (ASEP), must have and maintain a 2.0 GPA, must enroll in and successfully complete 12 credit hours
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student majoring in social work; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester, demonstrated volunteer/community service experience.
Glendale
Memorial
Must be enrolled at GCC Must have 24 credits with a 3.0 GPA Social Science major Recipient should be employed at least part-time
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student; Physical or Life Science major; must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA; financial need
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student majoring in an auomotive trade must have & maintain minimum 2.0 GPA
Glendale
Student Support
Program Support: Funds can be used to purchase classroom and laboratory training aids, equipment and tools that will enhance the Chrysler MOPAR College Automotive Program students learning experience (AL)
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student majoring in psychology minimum 3.0 GPA enrolled in or completed minimum 12 credit hours completed one PSY course enrolled in or successfully completed PSY 290 Research Methods in Psychology & express interest in pursuing a career in neuroscience arena or related research field
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student; single parent; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester.
Glendale
Memorial
Student mast be attending Glendale Community College and be enrolled in the Liberal Arts Program . Student must demonstrate financial need and have a 3 .0 GPA . This award is for a u time student carrying at least 9 credit hours . The students receiving the scholarship awards are to be chosen by the Chair-man of the Social Science Department at Glendale College .
Glendale
Memorial
Endowed Scholarship GCC student; admitted to nursing program; at least one NUR course already completed; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA
Glendale
Student Support
To aid a Glendale woman who is returning to school (displaced homemaker, single mother, handicapped, or?) and financial need.
Glendale
Student Support
Program Support: Funds can be used to assist GCC students for recruitment, retention and marketing to foster student success as determined by the GCC Development Office and GCC Prsident's Office (Committee members) Scholarship support: 3.0 minimum GPA Financial need GCC student (minimum enrollment of part time)
Glendale
Student Support
 
Glendale
Student Support
Full time student GPA of 3.0 Award for tuition, fees, books, transportation, rent food, etc. Recipient is to be a member in good standing of the Masonic Lodge, Order of the Eastern Star or Amaranth. Other recipients would be the husband, wife, son, daughter, step-son, step-daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, nephew, niece, grandson, granddaughter or a spouse of the member as evidenced by a current year membership card If criteria for above cannot be satisfied in a given year, then any student who fulfills the remaining criteria may be considered a candidate.
Glendale
Memorial
Endowed scholarship: Glendale CC student majoring in communication and must have and maintain a 2.0 GPA.
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student admitted to nursing program, minimum of one NUR course already completed at time of application, must have and maintain a minium of 3.25 GPA, demostrate financial need, Preference Hispanic or Latina/Latino.
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student; must have and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA; minimum of 12 credits completed at time of application
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student; Art major; must have and maintain a 2.0 GPA; must enroll and complete a minimum of 9 credits per semester
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student; must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA; financial need
Glendale
Memorial
GCC student majoring in music, literature or art; must have and maintain a 2.0 GPA
Glendale
Student Support
GCC student must have & maintain minimum 3.5 GPA must enroll & successfully complete min 9 credit hours per semester education major or seeking an education related career
Glendale
Student Support
GCC Honor Student with 3.25 GPA
Glendale
Student Support
Fund to be used for program support and scholarships under the direction of the GCC ACE Plus Director
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
Eligibility Criteria: o For incoming students who placed into developmental coursework on the Math AccuPlacer, Reading AccuPlacer or English WritePlacer placement exam, or continuing students who are in the process of completing their developmental sequence of classes. o Enrolled as a full-time or part-time student for the ensuing semester. o Open to any major declared or undeclared. o After being awarded, meet with an academic advisor to create an educational plan and take a career assessment if recommended in the course of creating the educational plan. o Participate in at least 1 campus event upon being awarded. o Students will be awarded based on availability of funds and quality of responses to essay question(s).
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
 
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
Four scholarships will be awarded annually every Fall semester in the amount of $250.00 each to EMCC students who are enrolled at least part-time and maintain a 2.5 SPA or higher. The scholarships shall be awarded as follows: One $250 scholarship to a veteran One $250 scholarship to a single income household student One $250 scholarship to a single parent One $250 scholarship to an ADA student *It is the understanding that $1,000 will be earmarked for spendable in each year (YRI and YR2) **The employees would like to participate in the final selection proces by forming a volunteer sub-committee and will work with the Maricopa Foundation Scholarship Coordinator to determine the screening process.
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
Scholarships: * Student enrolled at Estrella Mountain Community College * Active participant in an Estrella Mountain Community College Performing Arts program * Minimum GPA of2.5 * Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committee consisting of at least three people from the Performing and Fine Arts disciplines Operations: * Funds may be used tor general operations of the college Performing and Fine Arts programs including costumes. travel. equipment. supplies. guest lecturers I actors and other Pertorn1ing and Fine Arts student emergency assistance * All expenditures must be jointly authorized by the Dean and Theater Supervisor
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
Student attending Southwest Skill Center Must be an Honorably Discharged Veteran
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
 
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
The student must be a veteran and must be enrolled as a full-time student. The student must have a minimum GPA of 2.5. The student must be an Education majors. The amount of the award will be $250 per semester. These funds can be applied to books, tuition, fees, anything related to educational needs.
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
 
Estrella Mountain
Community Partnerships
 
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
 
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
1. Student must complete MAT082aa, ab, and ac in one semester with a grade of C or better and be ready to move onto MAT 092aa. 2. Student must register for MAT 092aa in the same semester as above with permission of the instructor. 3. If student completes MAT 092aa during the same semester as above wth permission of the instructor. if student completes MAT 092aa during the same semester as above with a grade of c or better, their funding can be renewed for MAT 092ab for the same semester with permission of the instructor. 4. if the student completes MAT 092ab during the same semester as above with a grade of c or better, their funding can be renewed for MAT 092ac for the same semester with permission of the instructor.
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
- Minimum 2.8 GPA - Enrolled at Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC) pursuing a degree or certificate in any of the programs offered at EMCC (Program examples include but are not limited to: S.T.E.A.M related fields (Science, Technology, Arts and Ma
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
Southwest Skill Center student; enrolled in the Certified Distribution Logistics Technician Program; graduate of the Tolleson Union High District.
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
GPA 2.0 or higher Major in education Preference for students involved in volunteer and/or extracurricular activities Demonstrated financial need
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
EMCC student; majoring in education, science, math, or nursing; must have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester; minimum of 9 credit hours already completed at EMCC at time of application.
Estrella Mountain
Memorial
EMCC student; 3.0 GPA or higher; minimum of 6 credits per semester; preference for students involved in volunteer and/or community service
Estrella Mountain
Memorial
EMCC student; majoring in the liberal arts or creative writing; must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 PGA; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
Estrella Mountain
Memorial
EMCC student; majoring in math, science, or engineering; must have and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA; must enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
This fund will be used to provide awards for selected recipients of the EMCC Mariposa Literary Review. Students must submit entries in one of the following categories: poetry, one-act play, fiction, creative non-fiction, original artwork, photography. Entries must be submitted to the EMCC Division of Arts and Composition. Student submissions will be judged and selected by EMCC faculty and staff with experience in the appropriate area. Awards will be made for first place, second place and third place in each category. honorable mentions may also be awarded as faculty and staff deem appropriate. This fund will be advertised and awarded at the campus.
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
Attending Estrella Mountain Community College Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 or higher Preference for Hispanic students
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
EMCC student; 2.5 GPA or better, minimum 6 credits
Estrella Mountain
Memorial
enrolled at EMCC; GPA of 3.0 or higher; Education major; completed at least 6 credits prior to award; enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits; letter of recommendation and nomination form from EMCC staff/faculty outlining academic achievement/enthusiasm and commitment to higher education/academic and career goals.
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
 
Estrella Mountain
Student Support
Attend Estrella Mountain Community College. Minimum of 2.5 GPA
Foundation
Program Support
Program support
Foundation
Student Support
Scholarship for any student currently enrolled at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges who is paying the out-of-state tuition rate.
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
Support Achieving a College Education (ACE) program. Used for student scholarships or program support.
Foundation
Memorial
Scholarships to be awarded to student(s) that are enrolled at any Maricopa Community Coillege, taking 6 crdits, and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
Foundation
Student Support
Funds to assist with scholarship stipends for students in the lab assisting program.
Foundation
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
GRANT. TEC is for Girls!!! Technology, Engineering and Computer Science for Middle School Girls program.
Foundation
Student Support
Enrolled at any Maricopa Community College Have participated in the SPOT 127 program Maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher Full time/enrolled in 2 credit hours or more (remedial classes do not count towards the total of 12 credit hours or more) Resides in Tempe, AZ Agrees to continued participation in the Spot 127 program
Foundation
Memorial
Attending one of the Maricopa Community Colleges Maintain a GPA of 2.5 Indicate a plan to atten/transfer to a 4 year institution Demonstrate community service in essay Demonstrate commitment to diversity in essay Completed a minimum of 24 credit hours Fund can be used for MCCD tuition or attending a 4 year institution.
Foundation
Community Partnerships
Program Support only. To support operations of the Veteran's Directory as a component of the East Valley & West Valley Veteran Centers.
Foundation
Student Support
Pending Estate Gift Preference will be given to students who are: Minority (specifically African American or Hispanic) 3.8 GPA Enrolled in any of the Maricopa Community Colleges
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Community Partnerships
 
Foundation
Community Partnerships
This is a program fund to support the projects listed in the $14M District-wide Veteran's campaign
Foundation
Student Support
GRANT
Foundation
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Foundation
Faculty/Staff Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
Emergency grants to students ($50 to $500). $5,000 for Maricopa Corporate College Students to be administered by Maricopa Corporate College and $20,000 for all Maricopa Community Colleges to be administered by Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation.
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
Attend one of the Maricopa Community Colleges High school graduate enrolling in their first semester of college Enrolled in either 9 or 12 credits Financial need hispanic students
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
Pursuing a certificate or degree in Photography Attending a Maricopa Community College Minimum 3.0 GPA Enrolled in a minimum of 9 credits Financial need
Foundation
Student Support
The creation of the Salt River Project Scholars program that would recognize outstanding students studying in STEM related programs with a scholarship. A 6-year commitment to contribute $250,000 to an SRP scholars program would be structured as follows: Year one (2014 academic year) $25,000 for 10 students ($2500 each) Years two thru five - $50,000 per year - 10 new and 10 renewing students Year six - $25,000 to support year two for the renewing students STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) related programs offered at Maricopa Community include: Electric Utility Technology, Meter Technology, and Electric Utility Design Technology. Preference will be given to students enrolled in one of these utility related programs and to those who are transferring to university degree programs. The student would be required to be a resident of Maricopa County. The scholarships would be made renewable based on the student maintaining a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and maintaining the STEM major selected. If in any year a student is not eligible for renewal, a new student can be chosen for a one-year scholarship.
Foundation
Student Support
Enrolled in one of the Maricopa Community Colleges Provides verification of participation in the Jobs for Arizona Graduates program Graduates from High School with a minimum GPA of 2.5 Completes the FAFSA
Foundation
Student Support
Are members of or have an immediate family member who is a member of the Arizona Federal Credit Union, enrolled at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges
Foundation
Student Support
The grant will be used to create an endowment, the incme from which shall be used to fund scholarships for students participating in the Minority Male Initiative Male Empowerment Network (MMI-MEN) at the Maricopa Community Colleges. The Fund is intended to exist in perpetuity as an endowment to fund scholarships in future academic years. Purpose is to provide financial assistance to students who are transferring from one of the Maricopa Community Colleges to Arizona State University. Scholarship awards will be $1,000. The scholarship funds can be used for tuition, books, or technology needs. Scholarship applications will be made available through the Maricopa Community Colleges Pathways program advisors.
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
The establishment of the SSP America Culinary Arts Scholarship Fund will be administered as follows: the fund will award two (2) $500 scholarships each academic year, one per semester to students attending Estrella Mountain Community College, Phoenix College or Scottsdale Community College, for a total of six (6) scholarships awarded each academic year, starting with the Spring 2015 semester. This scholarship is renewable and students who receive this scholarship are eligible to receive it again. To be eligible to receive a SSP America Culinary Arts Scholarship, students must: - Attend either Estrella Mountain Community College, Phoenix College or Scottsdale Community College - Be pursuing either an Associate in Applied Science degree or a certificate of Completion in Culinary Arts - Have and maintain a 3.0 GPA - Demonstrate financial need
Foundation
Memorial
Must be an Arizona resident Must be enrolled full-time at any MCCCD College Must show financial need must have a minimum 2.5 GPA Must have a background of volunteering, been involved in a club or organization, and have provided leadership in school or in their community as demonstrated through their scholarship application essay.
Foundation
Student Support
Single Parent Maintain a minimum 2.8 GPA Preference for a female Attendign a Mariocpa Community College or Skill Center Enroll in and successfully oomplete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester
Foundation
Student Support
This endowed scholarship is to be awarded annually to a minority woman (as defined by the Maricopa Community Colleges District standards) who has demonstrated: (1) strong leadership abilities, as evidenced by active participation in school teams, clubs or organizations; holding a leadership position in school or community organizations; past or current military service; or work-related achievement; and (2) a commitment to serving her community through meaningful involvement with community activities, organizations, or members. This information should be detailed in the general scholarshipo essay and all applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Foundation
Student Support
Must identify as LGBT or as an Ally of the LGBT community. Must have a record of involvement and support of the LGBT community and LGBT issues through education, activism and/or volunteerism Scholarships are for students that plan to attend school at the Maricopa Community Colleges. Must be taking at least 6 credits during the application year and the recipient year. Must have 3.5 GPA 2 letters of recommendation A typed essay 500 to 1000 words: Discusses career goals and aspirations, lists education goals, details involvement in the LGBT community, describes why they qualified to receive this scholarships. The selection committee consiting of at least 5 MCCCD employees will screen applications and select recipients. The amount to be dispersed each year will be determined by the committee and be dependent upon what funds are avialable and the number of qualified recipients. The Chair o fthis committee will be a member of the Desperado Film Seleciton Committee.
Foundation
Student Support
Criteria for Early college Outreach 12% Program. Must be attending a MCCCD college in the Fall Must be full time or part time student 2.0 GPA Must be registered from a state or federally recognized tribe Must have been a participant of one of the Early College Programs (Hoop of Learning, ACE, Dual Enrollment) Complete and submit an application
Foundation
Student Support
Majoring in Journalism or Broadcasting Attending one of the Maricopa Community Colleges Minimum 2.5 GPA
Foundation
Student Support
Must be a current or past registered participant in a Goodwill of Central Arizona program. Must be enrolled in a Maricopa Community College
Foundation
Student Support
Enrolled in a degree program at a Maricopa Community College in the areas of Law, Public Safety, Corrections and/or Security Have a minimum 3.0 GPA Already completed a minimum of 6 credit hours at a Maricopa Community College
Foundation
Student Support
Demonstrate Financial need Have participated in either a vocational education program or workforce re-entry program at Goodwill of Central Arizona. Are enrolled in a MCCD College or Skill Center Enrolled in a min of 6 credit hours Maintain a 2.5 GPA Provide proof of US citizenship Must be an Arizona resident To continuation of award Enroll in min of 6 credit hours per semester Maintain a 2.5 GPA
Foundation
Student Support
Attending any Maricopa Community College 2.5 GPA or better This is a special 100th Anniversary of the company celebration. donations will be $10,000 a year for five years starting January 2013. $5,000 for Fall semester and $5,000 for Spring semester will be awarded.
Foundation
Memorial
Endowed Scholarship: A scholarship to be given to female student in Interior Design programs who exhibit financial need and a record of community service. This should be used for tuition and books.
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Enrolled in one of the MCCD Colleges or Skill Centes Enrolled in a vocational training program
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Enrolled at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges; minimum 2.5 GPA; enrolled in at least 6 credits; financial need
Foundation
Student Support
First generation college student Identify as Hispanic/Latina/Latino full or part-time enrollment 3.0 GPA
Foundation
Student Support
Enrolled at one of the Maricopa County Community Colleges; major in a Healthcare field; minimum 2.5 GPA; enrolled in at least 6 credits; financial need
Foundation
Student Support
Enrolled at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges; STEM major; minimum 2.5 GPA; enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits; financial need
Foundation
Student Support
Enrolled at one of the Maricopa County Community Colleges; active participant in an athletic program at one of the colleges; minimum 2.5 GPA; enrolled in at least 6 credits; financial need
Foundation
Community Partnerships
 
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Student Support
 
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Student Support
Scholarships (in increments of $1,000 per year as available per Foundation spending policy) for students attending one of the Maricopa Community Colleges. Attend one of the Maricopa Community Colleges First generation student Majoring in Education Minimum GPA of 2.5
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Major in business or healthcare 3.0 GPA Are under the age of 30 and Demonstrate financial need throught results of FASFA or are first in their immediate family to attend college and Are enrolled in the MAPPS transfer program with Arizona State University (ASU) In addition: Part time and full time students are eligible. The award can be used for tuition, fees, and books for one year is renewable is GPA is maintained. In addition, if the student has been accepted to transfer to ASU after completing the requirements of teh MAPPS program at Maricopa Community Colleges, a $1000 scholarship for the University will be granted.
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Student Support
Perfence will be given to students with Lationo heritage and enrolled in at least 24 credit hours per year. GPA 2.5 and complete 20 hours of community service per year
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Student Support
award scholarships to female students of the Maricopa Community Colleges based on the following criteria: attended at least 1 semester at a Maricopa Community College Earned at least a 2.5 GPA Face barriers to their success in college, especially financial barriers, and Area a resident of Maricopa County
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
under 25 years of age have been disenfranchised (neither supported emotionally nor financially by primary caregiver) because of their sexual orientation or gender identity/expression idenify as LGBTQ I plant to attend a Maricopa Community College.
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Student Support
 
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Student Support
The Maricopa Foundation held the Jerry Colangelo Golf Tournament in November 2010 to establish the Jerry Colangelo Endowed Scholarship. This scholarship is for students attending one of the Maricopa Community Colleges full or part time with a minimum GPA of 2.8. The scholarship is renewable if the minimum GPA is maintained.
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Community Partnerships
 
Foundation
Student Support
Current or future MCCD College student that identifies as LGBTQ Disenfrachised- for the purposes of this scholarship, disenfranchised is defined as people who, upon coming out to their families, are no longer supported emotionally or financially by that family. Age 25 or younger at time of application High school diploma or GED If scholarship is awarded than the student agrees to utilize college success services- orientation, academic and other counseling, etc Min GPA 2.0 Applicant must complete 1 essay outlining their life challenges and accomplishments, their career goals and their succfess plan to achieve those goals. 1 letter of recommendation
Foundation
Student Support
I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College. I have a minimum 2.5 GPA. I will enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours per semester.
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
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Foundation
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Each gift received shall be awarded, as a single scholarship to :a student. from the LGBT community attending a Maricopa Community College. Scholarship recipients shall be selected on the basis,of criteria which will be established and may from time to be modified with input from the fundraising committee of The Maricopa Community Colleges District LGBT Community Advisory Committee.
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Student Support
To encourage inner-city youth to pursue their talent in the visual arts and continue their education beyond high school. In conjunction with the Foundation, the Organization will select the recipients. Student must be a sophomore, junior or senior in an accredited high school. Student must reside within the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan area. Student must participate in either the Arizona OIC Summer Youth Arts Program or exhibit a work of art in the Inner-city/Multicultural Invitational Youth Art Exhibit sponsored by COBA. Annual award amounts will be determined jointly by the Donor and Foundation.
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Student Support
Funds can be used for: Scholarships Activities that increase the Foundation Board community awareness and participation Sponsoship of events that increase the Foundation's community presence General goodwill and public relations activities Other activities as deemed appropriate by the Executive Committee. MCCF President CEO Scholarship Award (this is discretionary award to be made by the MCCF President/CEO upt to $2000 per year. Annual aprpoval from Executive Committee on use of funds.
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
I am an active participant in the Maricopa ACE Program. I am an Arizona resident I have a minimum 2.5 GPA. I identify as black and/or African American. I identify as female. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
Foundation
Student Support
I am a recent graduate of the Maricopa ACE Program. I have a minimum 2.5 GPA. I have completed a minimum of 15 credit hours through the Maricopa ACE Program. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester.
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Student Support
nd processes : • Scholarships shall be awarded to a student or students enrolled in a Maricopa Community College for the purpose of pursuing a career in television production, broadcasting, television sales/marketing or management . • Scholarships recipients shall be U .S . citizens, in need of financial assistance, with a cumulative grade point of 2.75 or better (on a 4 .0 scale) in high school and/or college . • Scholarship recipients must be enrolled in and complete a minimum of nine credits per semester. • Preference in scholarship selection shall be given to applicants who - o are children of U.S . Military veterans, o are Arizona natives, 4/29/08 1 of 4 0 0 o have donated and continue to donate time to non-profit 501(c)( 3) or 501 (c)( 19) community service or charitable organizations . Scholarships shall be awarded for the actual cost of tuition, fees, books and supplies for up to two consecutive years or 60 credit hours, with the maximum award not to exceed $2000 per year or $4000 in total . Payment of the scholarship to be made directly to the college attended . • Scholarship recipients must maintain eligibility in order to be considered to receive continued scholarship funding . • Selection of scholarship recipients shall be determined by a Foundation Scholarship Committee of not less that seven members and shall include each of the following if available - o Gregg Ostro, who shall serve as a member of the committee until he is unable or unwilling to do so, o a member of Ron Bergamo's immediate family, o a Phoenix market area television executive, o a Maricopa Community College District faculty member teaching in a related discipline, o a member of The Foundation staff, o other members of The Foundation's Board of Directors chosen in sufficient numbers to ensure that impartiality in the selection process and compliance with all applicable regulations are maintained .
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Student Support
Re-etnry student Attending one of the ten Maricopa Community Colleges Minimum GPA of 3.0 Minimum of 24 college credits of 'C' or better grades completed Enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester Demonstrates financial need in essay
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
The Fund shall be used for expenses relatedd to SCC's Math/Science Field Da<< and will be expended in accordance with the following criteria : all event related expenses
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Student Support
Assist with the educational needs of the African/African American students in the ACE Program. The Scholarship is for MCCCD Students amount will be $750 per semester - $1,500 a year. US Citizen, Arizona Resident, preferably African/African American heritage and identiy, African American Males desired, renewable for 2 years, continuing 2.5 GPA, open to high school students.
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
The amount available for award each year will be divided equally between two MCCCD employee organizations (The Maricopa Council on Black American Affairs and the Maricopa Association of Chicanos in Higher Education) and will be used to support their scholarship programs.
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Student Support
I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours per semester. I have a minimum 2.5 GPA.
Foundation
Student Support
The HWC scholarship is to be awarded to a Junior or Senior from each campus - 10 awards The student must attend the College that awards the scholarship. If a graduating senior - the award is for $1,500 - $750 - 9 credits with 2.5 gpa. If as junior the award can be used to ofset their costs in the program. Whatever is left can by used as a scholarship using the criteria listed for seniors. Hispanic Women’s Conference (HWC) – 1, $1500 award for each ACE Program · Female, Hispanic students currently in the ACE Program · Director nominates one junior or one senior in August and sends nominees to HWC · Student must be in good standing academically · Out-of-state students eligible · If junior selected, student will be awarded for the 2014-15 academic year · If senior is selected, student will be awarded for 2015-16 at a Maricopa Community College o MCCF will notify the college Financial Aid office of award o Enrolled in a minimum of 9 credits per semester o Maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA o Award split $750 per semester
Foundation
Student Support
ACE for Military Dependent Tuition Scholarship A current high school student or an ACE alumni Parent/guardian must provide proof of honorable military discharge (DD-214) or parent/guardian must provide proof of active duty status
Foundation
Memorial
I am an Arizona resident, as determined by the admissions and records office. I am pursuing a degree in dance. I have a minimum 3.0 GPA I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center I understand that I may be required to participate in a dance audition at the Encore Dance Center if I am selected as a finalist for this scholarship.
Foundation
Program Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
I am an alum of the Maricopa ACE (Achieving a College Education) Program. I have a minimum 2.0 GPA. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College.
Foundation
Student Support
Limited to the following students : Students with a documented mental, physical, and/or learning disability . Students must also demonstrate ability and desire to succeed . This can be demonstrated through but not limited to the following : Some demonstrated success should be provided from previous high school, college or job experiences . One letter of reference is required from an employer or school/public official . Purpose: To assist disabled students in gaining access to a community college education . Students can prepare themselves for entering the workforce or transferring to the university.
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
Arizona Republic/12 News Tuition Scholarship for CGCC, GWCC, PVCC, SCC High School student in good standing academically Out of State students eligible Scholarship award not to exceed $1000
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
ACE for Military Dependent Tuition Scholarship A current high school student or an ACE alumni Parent/guardian must provide proof of honorable military discharge (DD-214) or parent/guardian must provide proof of active duty status
Foundation
Student Support
All colleges eligible. Refugees and their children who are trying to re-train or get education not available to them in their home country.
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Memorial
Applicant must be residing in Southwest Phoenix. Preference will be given to Hispanic students from a Tolleson High School or re-entry adult Applicant must have financial need. Applicant must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester for the academic year. Applicant must have and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA in college course work.
Foundation
Student Support
1) Limit of $2,000 per recipient - list attached 2) Field of study must be healthcare/nursing 3) A portion of the scholarship may be used for the NCLEX-PN exam
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours per semester. I have a minimum of 2.5 GPA.
Foundation
Student Support
Enrolled at PVCC Have a minimum 3.0 GPA Minimum 6 credit hours per semester Demonstrate financial need
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Student Support
1.Year-round residents of Arizona and Maricopa County (for tuition purposes only). 2.Priority is given to students of Chicano/Hispanic/Latino heritage and identity. 3.Entering freshman in the top 20% of graduating hight school class. 4.Continuing community college students must have a 2.5 cumulative GPA and have earned less than 64 credit hours. 5.Enrolled as a full-time (minimum of 12 credit hours per sevester) student at any the Maricopa Community Colleges. 6.Priority reconsideration will be given to continuing CPLC scholarship recipients and dependents of CPLC employees. 7.CPLC scholarship recipients will be given priority reconsideration for a maximum of two year. 8.Successful recipients of this scholarship must agree to do a minimum of 40 hours of volunteer service for each academic year of thw award. CPLC will administer volunteer service. The number of awards and amount of each award will be determined annually by the MCCFoundation in consultation with CPLC. The MCCFoundation will contribute up to $10,000 in matching funds for academic years 2017, 2018 and 2019.
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Student Support
Attending one of the Maricopa Community Colleges or Skill Centers Minimum GPA of 3.0 Currently holds a leadership position in a campus, community or work organization Financial need
Foundation
Memorial
I am majoring in a STEM (science I identify as Native American and/or American Indian. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center.
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I have a miminum 2.5 GPA. I plan to enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours per semester.
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Student Support
Criteria for Youth Day Scholarship Eligibililty Junior and Senior high school students this spring semester 2002 are qualified to compete for the AHRN scholarships. Family Members of AZHHA and AHRN are ineligible to compete unless otherwise announced. The AHRN Youth Day Programming committee will meet following event to select winners and runner-ups who will be notified by the selection committee. Rtmner-ups will be rank ordered to determine eligibility order for the scholarship monies should winners become ineligible. The intent is to have a runner-up scholarship recipients ready for Fall 2002/2003 enrollment. Scholarship monies shall be used for declared majors in healthcare programs in the Maricopa Community College System. The scholarship is non-transferable. The student is required to take at least part-time course work of 6 credit hours or more in the fall semester following high school graduation. The funds may be used to pay for required texts for the courses in which the student currently enrolled. It is a requirement that a minimum GPA is maintained - that required for admission by the college. If the student's GPA falls below the min. required, the student becomes ineligible for one semester to raise the GPA. If the GPA meets the min requirement at the end of the ineligible semester, the student will qualify to use the scholarship money again the next semester. If the GPA does not meet the min. required at the end of the ineligible semester, the scholarship will be re-awarded to a runner-up. Students awarded an AHRN scholarship will sign a waiver allowing AHRN to monitor academic progress. 10. Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation shall be the scholarship trustee
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I have already completed a minimum of 12 credit hours. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester.
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Community Partnerships
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
L.L. Via Business & Information Technology Scholarship Fund - Awarded annually Criteria: -Be pursuing a Business or Information Technology degree program at a Maricopa Community College -Financial need -Have completed at least 6 college credits at an accredited college with a 2.5 GPA prior to application deadline. -Enroll in and complete a minimum of 6 college credits per semester at a Maricopa Community College during the scholarship year. -Maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA throughout the scholarshipo award year to remain eligible. -Be a US citizen and AZ resident for tuition purposes -Prior recipients of the L.L. Via Scholarship are ineligible
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Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
I am pursuing a degree in agriculture or healthcare. I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
Foundation
Memorial
I plan to attend Scottsdale Community College or Phoenix College. I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I plan to enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours. I am a single parent. I identify as female.
Foundation
Memorial
For a re-entry female at any one of the Maricopa Community Colleges
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
The annual spendable amount will be transferred to the Maricopa AACHE fund
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Student Support
Majoring in human resources, management or another business related field. Minimum 3.0 GPA Completed a minimum of 15 credit hours. Attending Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. Clearly demonstrated volunteer or community service experience in essay. Clearly demonstrated financial need in essay.
Foundation
Student Support
The annual spendable amount will be transferred to the Eloisa Diaz Educational Foundation
Foundation
Student Support
Students with financial hardship Students attending any of the Maricopa Community Colleges Annual scholarship amount per student $250 to 500 range
Foundation
Student Support
Minimum GPA 2.5 Must demonstrate financial need Be a U.S. Citizen and is a resident of Apache Junction, Chandler, Gilbert or Mesa Arizona Preference will be given to renewing applicants
Foundation
Memorial
Pursuing a degree in the legal field. Minimum 3.0 GPA Attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. Plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester.
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
General scholarships I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours per semester. I have a minimum of 2.5 GPA.
Foundation
Student Support
Applicants must have a 3 .0 college or high school GPA; intend to enroll in at least '12' hours of credit study ; pursue a degree program : have participated 'in extra-curricular activities; and maintain a 3 .0 GPA
Foundation
Student Support
Student enrolled at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges or Skill Center Completed at least 15 credit hours at any of the Maricopa Community Colleges Minimum GPA of 2.5 Enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester. Final selection of award recipients shall be approved by a college committeee consisting of at least three people. A thank you note should be submitted to the Development Office.
Foundation
Memorial
I am pursuing a degree in the legal field. I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
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Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Memorial
I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours per semester. I have a minimum of 2.5 GPA.
Foundation
Student Support
 
Foundation
Student Support
I am at least 24 years of age. I am studying English as a second language. I have a minimum 2.0 GPA. I identify as female. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
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Student Support
Scholarships for African American students attending one of the Maricopa Community Colleges.
Foundation
Student Support
I have a minimum 2.0 GPA. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester. I am a graduate of the Tolleson Union High School District. I identify as Latino/Latina.
Foundation
Student Support
I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I have a minimum 2.5 GPA. I plan to enroll and successfully complete 6 credit hours.
Foundation
Memorial
I am a re-entry student. I am pursuing a degree in liberal arts (literature, languages, philosophy, history, etc.). I have a minimum 3.5 GPA. I have already completed a minimum of 15 credit hours. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester.
Foundation
Student Support
Minimum 2.5 GPA Preference will be given to individuals idenifying as having Latino or Hispanic heritage Enrolled at a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center Successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours Pursuing a degree or certificate
Foundation
Student Support
The Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Scholarship - $2500 Criteria, Preference will be given to students with Latino heritage. Enrolled in 15 credit hours per semester. Maintain a GPA of 2.5 per semester. Students remain eligible only if they continue to meet the elegibility each semester. Rotary- $2500- Students are picked at their conference as a Junior in high school. Then the Foundation is notified that the student will be using the scholarship. Miss Arizona $4000 for 2 years. Each scholarship is renewable for an additional academic year provided the recipients maintains a 2.5 GPA and is enrolled at 1 of the MCCD Colleges. The total amount of schoalrship available for 2015 and 2016 is $4000. The scholarship recipients of the Miss Arizona awards will have 2 years from the date of th epageant in which to use the funds. Miss Teen Arizona awards will have 1 year from the date of their high school grauation in which to use the funds Scholarship funidng can only be used for students enrolleing in for-credit classes. No funding will be used for non-credit classes. Receipent must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Graducation Fees $2500 (250 for each of the 10 colleges) • Scholarship application deadline is March 22, 2015, Incomplete applications will not be considered. • The one-time scholarship pays the $25.00 application fee for the student to take part in the Graduation Ceremony. This includes the student's cap, gown, tassel, diploma, diploma cover and invitations. • Students must meet with an Advisor to apply for Graduation. • The Advisor will instruct the student to complete the Scholarship Application if the student can demonstrate a financial need per the FAFSA. • Student will submit the Graduation and Scholarship applications to Business Services • Business Service will keep the Graduation Fee Scholarship application and return it to the Campus Director of Financial Aid. The Graduation application will be returned to the student. • Students will take Graduation Application to Registration and Records for processing.
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Student Support
* Must be African/African-American heritage and identity * Must be a continuing or returning student at a Maricopa Community College * Must have completed a minimum of 9 credit hours * Must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours during the semester of the scholarship award * Must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher
Foundation
Memorial
Scholarships with preference given in the order listed below: Students who have participated in the SPOT 127 program Students who are interns with KJSS KBAZ or Sun Sounds Students enrolled at the Maricopa Community College
Foundation
Student Support
I plan to enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 6 credit hours per semester. I plan to attend a Maricopa Community College or Skill Center. I identify Latino/Latina. I have a minimum 3.0 GPA. I am a United States citizen. I am an Arizona resident, as determined by the admissions and records office.
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Student Support
 
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