Student Support Scholarship
The Student Support Scholarship provides assistance for tuition, fees and required textbooks (up to 12 credit hours) for students who demonstrate financial need and meet other scholarship requirements. Income guidelines may apply.
The scholarship is available for all semesters at Schoolcraft College on a first-come, first-served basis as long as funding is available. Funding is not available to guest students, dual-enrolled students or those enrolled in Personal and Professional Learning (non-credit).
To be eligible for funding students must:
- Be in good academic standing – with a minimum 2.0 GPA and have completed at least 67% of all attempted credit hours
- Be enrolled with a minimum of 6 credits; maximum is 12 credits
- Be able to demonstrate substantial unmet financial need
- File FAFSA for the current school year and receive an offer/denial letter from the Schoolcraft College Financial Aid Office
- Not have a degree higher than an Associate degree
Students who meet the eligibility requirement must:
- Complete the Student Support Scholarship application – including a complete course worksheet
- Provide a copy of the student’s Schoolcraft College Financial Aid Offer Letter for the current academic year
- Receive and read the Guidelines for Funding attached to the application
- Students interested in applying for the Student Support Scholarship must submit a new application each semester before each semester’s deadline. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
- All applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Application will not be accepted before semester registration information (which includes course section numbers) is available on the College website.
- Any changes to enrollment status by the student must be reported immediately to Student Support Scholarship staff. Failure to do so may result in award reversal; it is the student’s responsibility to pay all outstanding amounts owed to the College.
- Scholarship recipient’s academic progress is reviewed at the close of each semester. Recipients must maintain satisfactory academic progress in classes for which they are funded. Incompletes, withdrawals, and/or poor academic performance may result in a balance owed by the student to the College.
- Courses not required for the student’s declared academic program and/or classes previously attempted at Schoolcraft College are not eligible for funding.
- Maximum tuition award is 12 credit hours. Textbooks are calculated based on the College Bookstore’s website; funding is provided for required textbooks and supplies only.
- Student Support Scholarship applicants will be notified by email regarding their application status.