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The Financial Aid office maintains information regarding institutional and external scholarships as well as scholarships offered through the St. Louis Community College Foundation. Students must maintain all standards for satisfactory academic progress in order to be eligible to receive institutional scholarships. Students should contact the Financial Aid office for information on institutional scholarships. We also encourage students to seek information from local organizations, employers and local libraries for information regarding external scholarships.
Students can apply for Foundation scholarships directly through their campus financial aid offices. These funds are made possible by the generosity of donors to the foundation. Major donor groups include friends of the college, faculty, staff, students, alumni, retired employees, board members, corporations and foundations. Their generosity helps hundreds of students who would not otherwise be able to attend college.
- You can search for Foundation scholarships in our database of scholarships.
- Download an application for any of these scholarships.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Are you an involved student who has shown leadership potential in college, community or athletic activities? If so, you may qualify for a St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees Scholarship.
Scholarships are awarded in nine categories. One may be right for you!
- Student Leadership Scholarship
- Last Chance Grant
- Athletic Scholarship
- Summer Boot Camp Scholarship
- Book Scholarship
- Returning Adults Scholarship
- Continuing Student Academic Scholarship
- Emerging Scholars Scholarship
- Honors College Scholarship
Click the brochure cover to the left to see more about the criteria for each award. The brochure includes an application. You can also download just the application. Please take the completed application to the financial aid office on the campus of your choice.
Regular priority deadlines are Nov.1 for spring semester and April 1 for fall semester.
St. Louis Community College offers one scholarship for graduates who transfer to baccalaureate degree-granting institutions called the Hites Foundation Scholarship. The Hites Foundation was established by Robert F. Hites, former Ralston Purina executive and Meramec instructor. Following his death in 1995, the Hites Foundation, in order to perpetuate his memory and his love for his students, established an endowment fund with the STLCC Foundation. This fund will continue to provide scholarships to outstanding STLCC graduates in perpetuity. Review requirements in the database of scholarships. Application and required documents should be forwarded directly to the STLCC Foundation at 300 South Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102.