Foundation Scholarships

The Capital Community College Foundation maintains annual and endowment funds with donations from individuals, businesses, community organizations and foundations for the purpose of awarding scholarships to eligible Capital Community College students.

The Foundation strives to provide merit and need-based scholarships each year to new and continuing students contingent on gifts and grants received and spendable income from endowments.

2018-2019 Academic Year Scholarships
Eligibility and Criteria

DEADLINE: June 30 2018

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GENERAL ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
You must be an entering (new) or continuing student at Capital Community College who is enrolled full- or part-time.  You must be in satisfactory academic standing and/or demonstrate scholastic achievement.

Criteria by Scholarship

Annual Fund Scholarship Amounts will vary
1. Be enrolled in a degree or certificate program
2. Demonstrate financial need: not receiving significant financial aid from other sources

Amica Insurance Early Childhood Education Scholarship $500
1. Enrollment in two or more course toward a degree or certificate in early childhood education
2. Demonstrate financial need
3. Seeks to enter or continue work in the early childhood education field.

Arthur C. Banks, Jr. Scholarship $500
1. Applicant must be a new or continuing student enrolled in six or more credits
2. is pursuing liberal arts as part of the program of study toward a degree or certificate and/or transfer

Katz Family Scholarship For Adult Learners  Amounts will vary
1. Adult student (25 Years or Older)
2. A new or continuing student demonstrating satisfactory academic progress or scholastic achievement
3. Demonsrate financial need and is not receiving significant aid from other sources

Deborah Katz Memorial Scholarship Amounts vary
1. Female student
2. A new or continuing student;  demonstrate satisfactory academic progress
3. Demonstrate financial need; not receiving significant aid from other sources

Liberty Bank Foundation Scholarship $1,250
1. Applicant must be graduate of Conard High School, Hall High School, Northwest Catholic High School, Wethersfield High School, Glastonbury High School, Newington High School or RHAM High School
2. Demonstrate financial need
3. Demonstrates academic achievement and involvement in extracurricular activities
4. Enrolled full-time earning 2.5 GPA or better to receive a second year award

Conrad L. Mallett Scholarship $1,000
1. Applicant must be a full-time student continuing his or her studies for another year
2. Be in good academic standing and making satisfactory progress
3. Demonstrate financial need: not receiving significant financial aid from other sources

George J. Repicky Memorial Scholarship for Veterans $800
1. A veteran of any branch of military service
2. Maintain a 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA)
3. Demonstrate financial need; not receiving substantial financial aid from other sources

Rotary Club of Hartford Scholarship $500
1. Applicant must be a Hartford resident
2. Be in good academic standing with a Grade Point Average of C+ or better
3. Not be receiving more than 50% of financial aid from other sources
4. Preference given to student involved in the Rotaract Program of Rotary International

Wellington Lawton Memorial Scholarship $500
1. New or continuing African American student
2. Demonstrate background in service to others or the community
3. Demonstrate a financial need; not receiving significant financial aid from other sources.

Widows Society Scholarship for Women
1. New or continuing female student
1. Demonstrates financial need and is self supporting
2. Making satisfactory academic progress or demonstrates scholastic achievement
3. Hartford resident

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Mimi and Brendan Lynch Scholarship

for Hartford Public High School Graduate

Full-Time, Two Year Award
Criteria 
– Hartford resident
– Graduating from Hartford Public High School
– Minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 or equivalent
– Enrolling full-time in pursuit of an associate’s degree
– Preference given to a student involved in community events or service

MIMI & BRENDAN LYNCH SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

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Hardship Assistance: New or continuing students seeking aid to address immediate needs may submit a Hardship-Immediate Need Application.

All applications must be submitted to the CCC Office of Financial Aid 950 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103. Telephone: 860-906-5090  CA-finaidhelp@capitalcc.edu

Capital Community College Foundation | Office of Institutional Advancement | 950 Main Street Hartford, CT 06103    CA-foundation@capitalcc.edu

 

 

 

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