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Columbus State Community College (CSCC) offers scholarship programs to high school seniors: Tech Prep, Partnership and SUCCESS Scholarships. These programs are designed to provide merit-based financial aid to students who begin their enrollment Autumn semester and continue enrollment through Spring semester. Recipients are selected as a result of a competitive process including a review of high school grades, extracurricular activities and personal statements.
The Future Scientist of Ohio Scholars Program provides $1,000 in scholarships over two years for students in the Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) fields.
Development Foundation scholarships are currently closed. Check back for scholarship updates.
The Columbus State Community College Development Foundation, Inc. is organized as a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable corporation that raises funds for the support of the educational programs and students of Columbus State Community College. These scholarships are supported and created by an amazing group of community members, Columbus State employees, and local corporations who care about helping students. For more information about how to start a scholarship, go to:www.csccfoundation.org.
External scholarships may be awarded through churches, professional or private foundations, the military, etc. Resources available to help you find additional scholarships include your high-school guidance counselor, libraries, your local chamber of commerce office, as well as employers.
Remember, the total aid a student can receive cannot exceed the cost of attendance at Columbus State. Your other aid awards (especially those which are need based) may be adjusted upon our receipt and review of your external award notification.