The Office of Financial Aid maintains information on numerous scholarship opportunities available to Schoolcraft College students. Review scholarship postings often, as scholarship information is updated through the year. In addition to this website, applications are available in the Office of Financial Aid and the Radcliff Center main office.
Students interested in transferring to a four-year college or university should check with the Counseling Center for information on scholarships for transfer students.
Schoolcraft College Institutional Scholarships
The Office of Financial Aid awards a limited number of scholarships each academic year to students who demonstrate financial need. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.
Schoolcraft College Foundation Scholarships
Through generous public and private scholarship donations, the Schoolcraft College Foundation helps students reach their educational goals. Community members and organizations are encouraged to establish scholarships and endowments honoring special persons or groups while assisting Schoolcraft College students.
In general, most scholarships require a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and enrollment in at least six credit hours. Consult the Scholarship Book in the Office of Financial Aid or the Radcliff Center main office for more information on current scholarship offerings. Foundation scholarships are generally awarded for the fall and winter semesters.
Schoolcraft College Faculty Academic Scholarships
The college offers Faculty Academic Scholarships to recognize outstanding students in a multitude of academic programs and course concentrations.
In general, the faculty scholarships require a student to have earned at least 12 credit hours at Schoolcraft College before the fall semester of the award year. They also require a 3.0 cumulative grade-point average, enrollment in at least six credit hours and are in the amount of $500 for the winter semester. In addition, most faculty committees establish further criteria based on individual departmental objectives. The faculty committee selects award recipients.
Schoolcraft College Trustee Scholarship and Award of Excellence
The College, in honor of the Board of Trustees, offers a limited number of Trustee Scholarships and two Award of Excellence Scholarships (Mary Breen Award of Excellence and the Gregory and Jeanne Stempien Award of Excellence) to high school seniors in recognition of academic achievement. These scholarships assist students in achieving their academic goals by making a quality education affordable. If you meet the following minimum criteria, please accept our invitation to apply for the Trustee Scholarship and Award of Excellence for 2013-2014.
- Trustee Scholarship and Award of Excellences Criteria:
- Be a 2013 high school graduate.
- Be admitted to Schoolcraft College.
- Apply at www.schoolcraft.edu/apply.
- Students who have attended Schoolcraft College under dual or special high school enrollment need to complete a new admission application.
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 (Trustee Scholarship) or 3.5 (Award of Excellence).
- This is your high school cumulative grade-point average (GPA) (not weighted) by the end of the first semester of your senior year.
- Have a minimum ACT composite score of 18 (Trustee Scholarship) or 23 (Award of Excellence).
Return to Learn Scholarship
“Return to Learn” is an effort to encourage adult learners to return to college and complete a first degree. In today’s information economy, a degree can be the ticket to a bigger paycheck for our citizens and a stronger economy for our state. If you are 25 or older and don’t have a degree, please contact the Financial Aid Office for more information or see the Return to Learn page.
Transition Center scholarships are available to those who may or may not qualify for federal or state financial aid. The Transition Center works vigorously to ensure scholarship opportunities are available for all, with a special emphasis on adults returning to school. Scholarship information is available at the Transition Center.
Contact the Athletic Department at (734) 462-4400 ext. 5564 for information on athletic scholarships.
Student Ambassador Program
The Student Ambassadors represent the College; the position is of high regard and allows for great leadership and development. You can find them providing walking tours of campus and assisting with other college events and activities. In return for their efforts, they are given a $1,000 scholarship ($500 for fall, $500 for winter). Student Ambassador Application 2013-2014