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The CCC Foundation raises funds each year to provide up to $500,000 in scholarship awards to new and returning students. Students planning to attend CCC to pursue a degree or certificate can apply during the open application periods. To apply there is
a requirement for the student to take at least six credits each term and maintain a 2.0 GPA or above. Last academic year one in three applicants received a scholarship!
How to Apply
There is just one simple electronic application to fill out. When the application is completed, the student will automatically be considered for any scholarships where they meet the criteria, based on the information provided. See below for resources to complete your application successfully. Information sessions will be scheduled in March or April each year and posted on this site when information is available.
Below is more information about the scholarship application deadlines, award notice dates and disbursement details:
|Application||Application Opens||Application Closes/Deadline||Application Review||Notice of Award||Funds Split Between Terms Next Academic Years|
|Round 1||Jan. 30||April 13||April-May||May-June||Fall, Winter, Spring|
|Round 2||Aug. 1||Oct. 19||Oct./Nov.||Nov.-Dec.||Winter, Spring|
Learn more about scholarships
Get information about applying for scholarships
Hear from past scholarship recipients
Some of the scholarship options at CCC
- Academic honor
- First in family to attend college
- Members of military families
- Single parents
- Transfer students
- Career Technical students
- Training for specific careers
- Financial need
- Students formerly attended a district high school
If you would like help applying for the scholarship, please visit our Financial Aid Resource Lab.
View the complete list of CCC Foundation Scholarships.
External scholarship opportunities
- Office of Student Access and Completion - coordinates scholarships directed at Oregon residents
- FastWeb - a great resource for thousands of scholarship offerings
GED and ESOL Students: Converting Scores to GPA in Application
If you have a GED score, or if you completed your secondary education in another country, use the chart below to calculate your estimated GPA. Use the GPA score to answer the question titled, "Enter High School GPA" on the scholarship application. For help using the chart, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|GED Completed Score (2002-2013)||GED Completed Score (2014-present)||Completed Secondary Education in Another Country||Estimate GPA to Enter|
|701-800||186-200||Very Best Final Grades||4.0|
|601-700||174-185||Outstanding Final Grades||3.5|
|501-600||157-171||Average to Good Final Grades||3.0|
|410-500||145-156||Passed to Below Average Grades||2.0|