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FRCC Foundation Scholarships
The FRCC Foundation Scholarship application is now open!
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FRCC Success Scholarship
FRCC Success Scholarship Application is now closed. Please check back next semester!
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) grant is where students may receive tuition and fee assistance up to $2,250 for the award year if they are enrolled in one of the approved CTE certificates and meet the eligibility requirements. The purpose of this grant is to provide tuition assistance to low income students enrolled in short certificate programs. Awards are for tuition and fees only, students cannot receive excess beyond tuition and fees from this funding. Students are responsible for cost of books.
- Be a Colorado resident
- Be enrolled in an eligible short term-certificate program that is no more than 15 credit hours
- Demonstrate financial need by providing documentation for at least one of the following:
- A Pell-eligible Expected Family Contribution as demonstrated by the FAFSA;
- Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) Benefits;
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Benefits;
- Medicaid Eligibility;
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Disability Benefits;
- Section 8 Housing Vouchers;
- Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Benefits;
- An income that is eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch Benefits; or
- An income that is too low to require a Federal Income Tax Filing.
- Be registered with Selective Service System, if required (males only)
- Be in good standing for Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress standards
- Must not be receiving a Pell Grant at the same time the student receives a CTE grant
- Must not be receiving VA Educational Benefits
Scholarship Resources & Search Engines
Be wary of providing personal information to scholarship sites. Visit the Federal Trade Commission for a list of common scholarship scams. The Financial Aid Office recommends avoiding fee-based scholarship services.
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