Financial Aid

See all the options that make SCC affordable for all.

Financial Aid

Giving to SCC

Contributions come in many forms. Find out how you can give to SCC, whether it's through scholarships, attending an event or fundraiser, making a donation, or volunteering.

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Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarships are funds that do not require repayment. They range from a specific amount given in a particular semester to a full scholarship of tuition and fees up to four continuous semesters, supply costs are included. Scholarships are based on a wide range of criteria that include academic achievement, enrollment in a specific career program or volunteer and leadership experience.

For details on how to utilize your scholarships at SCC and renewal criteria, please see our FA Handbook. Scholarships awarded by SCC can only be used for SCC costs and are not transferrable or refundable.

Athletic Scholarships

Scholarships are offered to selected athletes. Please visit our Athletics Department Office (Building 7RC – Recreation Center, Room 104) to inquire about scholarships. For more information about our Athletics programs, please visit the SCC Athletics webpage.

Foundation Scholarships

More than $200,000 in scholarship awards are made available each year by the SCC Foundation. For additional information and application deadlines see our informational flyer.

Trustee Scholarship

This is an SCC merit scholarship that covers tuition costs of your SCC program at the “In-District” tuition rate. Book and supply costs are  included.

The deadline established for all Foundation Scholarships is May 31st. Award amounts vary but will not exceed the cost of tuition, standard fees.

How to Apply for SCC Scholarships

Please visit to complete your application. Only one application is necessary to be applied to all Foundation scholarships or the Trustee Scholarship. 

Eligibility requirements for each scholarship are listed within Academic Works. The application deadline is May 31st.

Apply in just 3 easy steps. Basic application materials include:

  1. Application via Academic Works
  2. Essay
  3. Letters of Recommendation (2)

You can start working on your scholarship essay in preparation for the application link to be available. Your essay should discuss your college and career goals and the impact that a scholarship will have on obtaining your goals. Here are some sample questions to think about to get you started on your essay:

  • Why did you choose this major?
  • What impact will it have on the community?
  • How are you planning to pay for school?
  • If you didn’t receive a scholarship what would happen?

External Scholarships Search

Looking for more scholarship opportunities? The websites below will get you started on your search. Remember, as you search for scholarships on the web, beware of scams. Be sure to read the fine print before providing too much information, as some companies may send you unwanted information about other services they offer or sell your information. Scholarship application should always be free!

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