$1,000 Scholarship to SCC

One runner in That '80s Run will win a $1,000 scholarship to St. Charles Community College. Entrants in the 5K and 10K races (ages 18 and older) will be automatically entered into a drawing for the scholarship. 

Meet our 2013 scholarship recipient, Rachell Warrick.

Scholarship FAQs

When will you announce the winner?

The scholarship recipient will be announced at the awards ceremony on the day of the event, April 26.

Do you have to be present to win?

No, you do not need to be present to win the scholarship. If you are not present at the time of the award, you will be contacted by a member of the race committee.

How long is the scholarship valid?

The scholarship expires June 15, 2015.

Can I give the scholarship away to a friend or family member?

Yes, a one-time transfer to a current or prospective student is allowed, but it must be used by the expiration date regardless of the date of transfer. 

Will I get $1,000 in cash?

No, the scholarship will be applied to the recipient’s account at St. Charles Community College only.

What can this scholarship be used for?

The scholarship can be applied to tuition or fees at SCC or used in the SCC Bookstore to purchase textbooks.

What happens if the scholarship goes unused?

Any unused portion will be returned and used for future awarding.

Can the scholarship be used for Continuing Education courses?

No, the scholarship must be used for credit courses at SCC.

Are there any additional requirements to use the scholarship?

In order to receive the scholarship, you must enroll in credit classes at SCC. You may also be asked to have your picture taken to promote future scholarship opportunities.

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Runner Stories

Debbie Knowlton

Community
"Run. Live. Learn. is a fun competition and it's close to home."   Full Story

Jennifer Burns

Alumni
“It’s a medium-sized race, not too small or too big, so you have a good chance of running a personal record time.”   Full Story

Rachell Warrick

Student
“I am so grateful for this scholarship. It is going to be a big help to me.”   Full Story