General information on Costs and Financial Aid is available.
In addition, Biotech scholarships are available.
Paul Peck Biomanufacturing Scholarships are available to work-eligible (US citizen or permanent resident) students who do not have a college degree and are pursuing a Biomanufacturing certificate. Students should fill out a FAFSA and a Montgomery College Foundation Scholarship Application, being sure to mention that they meet the criteria and are interested in the Paul Peck Biomanufacturing Scholarship. Grants of up to $500 per semester are available.
Biotechnology Scholarships are available to any Biotechnology student (some scholarships are restricted to work-eligible students; others are not). Preference is given to students who do not have a degree and students with demonstrated financial need, but all students are encouraged to apply, as many students have been awarded scholarships. To be considered, students should fill out a FAFSA and a Montgomery College Foundation Scholarship Application, being sure to mention that they are Biotechnology students. It is helpful if the student mentions the courses s/he plans to register for the semester they wish to receive the grant. Grants are awarded each semester, and students must apply each semester they wish to be considered.
For information on FAFSA see http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. The MC code is 006911. Please contact Patricia Lopez at Patricia.Lopez@montgomerycollege.edu if you have specific questions regarding biotechnology scholarships
Some of the Biotechnology Scholarships that may be available next semester are (one application will result in consideration for all grants the student is eligible for):
The GlaxoSmithKline Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Endowed Scholarship
The MedImmune Scholarship
ON RAMP Scholarship
The Evan and Catherine Jones Memorial Biotechnology Scholarship
Other scholarships are sometimes available
Last updated 04/10/2013