Did you know there are over 300 Foundation scholarship opportunities generously provided by businesses, organizations, and individuals available at Montgomery College?
With a valid M# you can apply for all of them by filling out ONE online application
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Grants and Scholarships
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Scholarships Awarded at MC
Programs for High School Students
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Montgomery College publicizes information from various businesses, foundations, and civic organizations about scholarships they offer to students. The College is not affiliated with these groups and does not endorse their products or services. Never pay a fee to apply for a scholarship. The links are active at the time the information was received. If you find a link not working, please try to search by the name of the scholarship and also alert our office.
- Boiling Rice, LLC $1,000 scholarship opportunity. For more details regarding the scholarship,
visit http://www.bolingriceatlanta.com/scholarship- Application Deadline-January 15, 2016
- Fantasy Sports Daily Scholarship-Students enrolled in a
2 year, 4 year or graduate program are eligible to apply. Fantasy Sports Daily
is interested in helping students who demonstrate a strong aptitude for higher
learning, have a drive to improve themselves, and a desire to improve society
in general. The General Scholarship is awarded each fall and spring semester
Application Deadline-October 1, 2015.
$1,00 Application Deadline:
August 1st, 5 p.m. EST
Date: August 15th
- Description: At
The Career Project, we understand that everyone’s path to an education is
different. Entering college directly out of high school isn’t the best option
for everyone. Others begin college, but decide to take a break and pick back up
later. Whether you decided to work full-time for a few years prior to college
or if you are looking for a degree for a career change, we know scholarships for
non-traditional students are harder to come by, and we appreciate the courage
to go back. Non-traditional students face unique and challenging circumstances
that can make it harder to succeed. The Career Project wants to help
non-traditional students’ paths to be a little less bumpy by offering this
scholarship to relieve some of the financial burdens.
Career Project’s “Your Time” Scholarship honors those students age 25 and over
who are seeking an associate’s or bachelor’s degree from an accredited school.
scholarship is awarded prior to every fall semester and can be applied to the
following year’s tuition, room and board fees, books, exam fees, and other
- For more details regarding the scholarship,
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Popular Grants and Scholarships In Brief
Academic Potential Grant/Scholarship
In order to qualify for this grant/scholarship, you must be an incoming graduating high school senior from a public Montgomery County high school.
You also must be nominated from your school. One student (usually a student with the highest GPA choosing to come to Montgomery College) is selected from every public high school in Montgomery County to receive this scholarship.
The grant includes money for tuition and fees for one year of full-time study (two semesters), but does not cover books and/or supplies.back to top
Academic Specialty Scholarship
The BOT scholarship is available to graduating high school seniors who will be entering one of our twenty six (26) degree programs.
You must complete a separate application for this scholarship and submit it the appropriate official at the high school in which you are currently enrolled to receive the nomination. Please contact the Office of Admissions at Montgomery College, (240) 567-5039, for more information.back to top
Board of Trustees (BOT) Grant(s)
Need-Based: Board of Trustees (BOT) grants are administered by Montgomery College. In order to qualify, you must be a Montgomery County resident and maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least a 2.0.
You must have financial need to receive this grant. The maximum amount of need-based BOT grant you can receive each year varies. (The average maximum award in 2013-2014 is $1,000.) This grant can not be used to pay for fees and cannot be used to qualify for a book credit.back to top
Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grants
A Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) does not have to be repaid. The program is designed for undergraduate students with exceptional financial need.
Priority is given to those students who receive a Pell Grant and have the lowest EFC's (Expected Family Contribution). The amount of grant available to students is determined by the amount of federal funding given to the school for the academic year.
Awards at Montgomery College generally range from $200 to $1,000 per school year.back to top
Many organizations and businesses offer scholarships to Montgomery College students through the Montgomery College Foundation Scholarship Program. These are available for students in a variety of fields, and requirements may vary. Applications for fall are available in the spring.
Applicants are also encouraged to complete the FAFSA so that financial need can be determined, since some scholarships require financial need. You are eligible to apply for a scholarship if your cumulative grade point average is 3.0, you enroll for at least six (6) credit hours per semester, and you are a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen.
Recipients of a Foundation scholarship award must agree to the following conditions: 1) send a letter of thanks to the scholarship sponsor; 2) send a copy of the thank you letter to the Financial Aid Office; 3) sign an agreement to attend a meeting with the sponsor club or business, if requested.
Scholarship recipients are also invited to participate in a reception sponsored by the College to thank and promote the scholarship program.
Federal Pell Grants do not have to be repaid. They are awarded only to undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor degree (in the United States or abroad). In order to receive a Pell Grant, you must have demonstrated financial need.
You may receive a Pell Grant if you are enrolled in a degree or an eligible certificate program and are taking at least one (1) credit. You may not be eligible for a Pell Grant if you are below half time enrollment (under six (6) credit hours). Please check with the Financial Aid Office to confirm your individual eligibility.
The maximum amount of Pell Grant you can receive each year is determined by the amount of funding Congress allocates to the program each year. For the 2013 - 2014 school year, if you are eligible, you may receive up to $5,645 as a full time student. The grant is applied first to tuition and fees. Any remaining Pell funds over and above the amount you owe the college may be distributed to you for your school related expenses.
Please note: If you register for any classes after the 100% refund period at Montgomery College, you will not be eligible for additional Pell Grant for those classes.back to top