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Mohave Community College Scholarship Program

MCC offers a variety of scholarships for new, continuing and incoming transfer students. MCC scholarships can be received based on academic excellence, leadership experiences, talent or demonstrated excellence in a particular program of study.

In addition, numerous scholarships totaling thousands of dollars have been established for Mohave Community College students by generous donations from friends of the college.

The MCC Scholarship Brochure describes all the scholarships available through MCC, including those funded through the MCC Foundation. Read the descriptions carefully to determine individual eligibility based on the criteria established by the donor. When you apply for scholarships, we will match you with scholarship programs for which you meet the donor-established criteria as described in the MCC Scholarship Brochure.

Apply for MCC Scholarships

Applying for scholarships is as easy as 1…2…3…!

  1. Complete the MCC Admissions Application. Be sure to check the box indicating that you wish to be considered for scholarships.
  2. File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Many scholarships require students to demonstrate financial need and the FAFSA is used to obtain this data.
  3. Once you are admitted to MCC and we receive your FAFSA data, you will be contacted via email if we need additional information.

Continuing students apply through the “Apply Now” link in NetPartner, MCC’s online student financial aid system. You must have a FAFSA on file for the appropriate academic year to apply for scholarships at MCC.

Important Scholarship Dates at MCC:
2014-15 Initial Application Deadline April 22, 2014
Spring 2015 Application Opens October 15, 2014
Spring 2015 Application Priority Deadline December 1, 2014
2015-16 Application Opens October 15, 2014
2015-16 Application Priority Deadline April 15, 2015

Scholarship Search Tools

Each year, it is reported in the media that billions in scholarship monies go unused. Some scholarship search companies use this line to get you to buy their services to help find you a scholarship. Be very careful paying someone to help you find money for college. Generally, students and parents can find the same information by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), applying for MCC scholarships and doing individual online research.

The information being provided is strictly a courtesy. When you select any of the links, you might be leaving this site. MCC makes no representation as to the completeness or accuracy of information provided at these sites. Nor is MCC liable for any consequences arising out of your use of third-party information made available through these links.