These scholarships are awarded periodically as funds are available for the upcoming semester. Please check back at the end of October and March when additional opportunities through our endowments are advertised for upcoming semesters.
Contact the Foundation Office at (828)726-2260 with questions.
If you need help filling out the application, read our Foundation Scholarship Application Instructions document.
Color Coded Guide:
|New Students Only||Current Students Only|
|Kay and Patrick Crouch Scholarship|
|Kay and Patrick Crouch Scholarship (1 @ $500)|
This scholarship is for a full-time Associate in Fine Arts-Music student with demonstrated need and academic achievement. The student must have completed the first year of music theory.
|Captain and Mrs. Daniel McLean, III Scholarship|
|This scholarship is for a Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout that attends CCC&TI|
|Foundation General Scholarships|
|Students are encouraged to submit this scholarship application early for need-based assistance for the upcoming semester. Foundation Scholarships are awarded to deserving students in good academic standing as funds allow. Note: Completion of FAFSA is REQUIRED.|
|Martin Luther King Scholarship|
|This scholarship is for an African American CCC&TI student enrolled full-time, holds a minimum 2.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need, and campus or community involvement|
These scholarships are coordinated by the Financial Aid Office of CCC&TI. Contact the Financial Aid office at 828.726.2713 for additional information. Return to the Financial Aid webpage.
|Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship Program|
Until all scholarships are awarded
|Since 1984, Horatio Alger Association Members and Friends have funded need-based college scholarships for low-income youth to pursue their dreams through higher education. So far the Association has awarded more than $159 million to approximately 20,000 students. Through its many scholarship programs, the Association supports students pursuing career and technical certificates and degrees, bachelor's degrees, and graduate studies.|
| OEDb, Open Education Database|
|The American Association for University Women recently reported that 53% of women have high student loan debt just one year after graduation, compared to 39% of men. Many women also face the added difficulties of trying to go to college for the first time later in life, returning to school after long gaps of time, and attaining a degree while being a single parent.|
To help make college more accessible for them, college planning experts at OEDB.org developed two holistic financial aid guides specifically for women. It breaks down available grants, scholarships, and fellowships, along with useful tips and tricks. You can find them at: http://oedb.org/scholarships/women/ and http://oedb.org/single-mother-grant/
|Course Hero Ongoing Monthly Scholarships|
Varies by month
|Course Hero is an education technology website company based in Redwood City, California, which operates an online learning platform for students to access course-specific study resources contributed by a community of students and educators.|
|NC Division of Veterans Affairs Scholarship|
Available all year
|For more information contact:|
The Caldwell County Veterans Service Office (828.575.1345)
The NC Division of Veterans Affairs District Office (828.430.7136)
|North Carolina Education And Training Voucher Program|
Available all year
|Scholarship applications are available online at: https://www.fc2sprograms.org/north-carolina/|
|T.E.A.C.H. NC Scholarship|
|In 1990, Child Care Services Association created the Teacher Education and Compensation Helps (T.E.A.C.H.) Early Childhood Scholarship Program to address the issues of under-education, poor compensation and high turnover within the early childhood workforce. T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood provides educational scholarships to early care professionals and those who perform specialized functions in the early care system.|