Hartford Public High School Grads Eligible For Scholarship To Capital CC

A  gift to the Capital Community College Foundation will  provide a full-time scholarship for two years ($5,000 per year) to a graduate of Hartford Public High School for the upcoming academic year.capital_logo_294_k

The Mimi and Brendan Lynch Scholarship is for a Hartford resident graduating from Hartford Public High School who is involved in community service.

Criteria and an application for all CCC Foundation scholarships are available from the College’s Office of Financial Aid and the College’s Foundation office or at the following link Foundation Scholarship 2018

The deadline for 2018-2019 Foundation scholarship applications is June 30th

For information on all financial aid programs contact the Financial Aid office at 860-906-5090 or Email: CA-finaidhelp@capitalcc.edu.

Current tuition and fees for one semester of full-time study (12 credits) totals $2,178  and $4,356 for a full year. One course (three credits) costs $599.

Through the generosity of individuals, companies and foundations the CCC Foundation annually provides eligible students with financial aid to complete their studies for transfer to the baccalaureate and to enter professional careers. For information on scholarship funds and gift opportunities
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