Scholarships

HCC Foundation Scholarship

Generous donors to the HCC Foundation help make these scholarships possible for students. Scholarships are typically awarded for one academic year or term (fall and spring; or spring only), unless otherwise noted. HCC Foundation scholarships are intended for students who will be degree-seeking during the term(s) for which the scholarship applies.

State Scholarships 

Bright Futures Scholarships are merit-based and awarded to eligible high school graduates. Students must apply for this scholarship while still in high school. Be sure to enter HCC's Bright Futures code: 292

Jose Marti Scholarship Challenge Grant

Rosewood Family Scholarship

Scholarships for Children and Spouses of Deceased or Disabled Veterans

TRIO Student Support Services Scholarships

Hope Scholars Scholarship

Institutional Scholarships 

HCC Institutional Need and Incentive-Based Scholarships do not have to be repaid and are usually awarded on a competitive basis with scholastic achievement, and financial need as the main determinants.

Art Scholarship: Students receive institutional scholarships for their participation in the college’s Arts, Publications, Drama, Dance, Music, and Student Support Services programs.

Publications Scholarship: Students receive institutional scholarships for their participation in the college’s Arts, Publications, Drama, Dance, Music, and Student Support Services programs.

Music Scholarship: Students receive institutional scholarships for their participation in the college’s Arts, Publications, Drama, Dance, Music, and Student Support Services programs.

Drama Scholarship: Students receive institutional scholarships for their participation in the college’s Arts, Publications, Drama, Dance, Music, and Student Support Services programs.

Collegiate 100 Scholarship: Students receive institutional scholarships for their participation in the college’s Arts, Publications, Drama, Dance, Music, and Student Support Services programs.

Disabled Students Scholarship: Awarded to students with disabilities and registered with the disabilities office.

Child Care Scholarship: The Child Care Scholarship is an award intended to assist students with the costs of childcare, either on or off campus.

ChaCha Honors Institute Scholarship: A non-renewable scholarship awards tuition of $1000 - $500 per semester for two semesters. This scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis to a student who has a 3.5 GPA, financial need, and who may represent a targeted group, which is not limited to underrepresented populations, students with disabilities, etc.

Board of Trustees Scholarship: Covers 12 credit hours per term for three consecutive academic years (fall and spring semesters only) up to a maximum of 72 credit hours (minus any college credits earned prior to receiving the scholarship or credits taken other than fall and spring semesters). This scholarship includes $400 for textbooks and supplies from the HCC bookstores.

Honors Institute Foundation Scholarship awards $1500 annually ($750 per semester) for tuition only. It continues each term until a maximum of 72 credits hours has been earned which includes any college credit previously earned. .

Presidential Honors Scholarship: Covers 12 credit hours per term for three consecutive academic years (fall and spring semesters only) up to a maximum of 72 credit hours (minus any college credits earned prior to receiving the scholarship or credits taken other than fall and spring semesters). This scholarship includes $400 for textbooks and supplies from the HCC bookstores.

Presidential Scholarship: Covers 12 credit hours per term for three consecutive academic years (fall and spring semesters only) up to a maximum of 72 credit hours (minus any college credits earned prior to receiving the scholarship or credits taken other than fall and spring semesters). This scholarship includes $400 for textbooks and supplies from the HCC bookstores.

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