Funding for scholarships comes from local high schools, employers, local, civic and community organizations, foundations and private sources. The Clark College Foundation is one of the largest community college foundations in the country and offers several scholarships to Clark College students each year.
The scholarship application process is separate from the application for federal and state financial aid. Deadlines for scholarship applications are generally in late winter or early spring for the following school year.
Most scholarships are disbursed through the Financial Aid Office and eligibility varies according to the criteria established by the donor. For more information regarding scholarships, please come to the Financial Aid Office and ask for the Scholarship and Outreach Coordinator.
Learn about scholarship opportunities by going to theWashBoard.org. This is a free scholarship clearinghouse for Washington students seeking college scholarships.
Information on College Bound Scholarships can be found online, or you can call 360-992-2582 with any questions.
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WSOS Baccalaureate Scholarship
Deadline: February 6, 2020
The Baccalaureate Scholarship provides up to $22,500 in financial aid support and access to career-launching support services for students pursuing high-demand STEM and health care majors. This scholarship can be used to cover tuition, fees and other indirect costs of attendance such as housing, transportation, food and more. Funding can be used for any eligible STEM or health care degree at any eligible public or private college or university in Washington State.
Vancouver Rotary Scholarship
Deadline: February 9, 2020
The Rotary Club of Vancouver awards scholarships to deserving students graduating from Vancouver and La Center School Districts, as well as students attending Clark College and WSU-Vancouver. Applications are submitted through the online system administered by the Community Foundation. The primary criterion for Rotary scholarships is service. Applications are graded based on a 400-word essay on the subject of “Service Above Self” (Rotary’s motto) and on the applicants’ record of community service. Other criteria include academics, leadership/extra-curricular activities, and unusual circumstances. The criteria are explained in more detail in the online application form.
Share Education IDA Program
Share and Clark College Foundation have partnered to provide an 8:1 savings match for students who qualify for the Share IDA Program. Students agree to save $500 and will be matched $4,000 for tuition, books and fees that will be paid directly to Clark College. Spots are limited, sign up as soon as possible! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to start the process.
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Friday: 8 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.