Types of Scholarships
Alamance Community College has generous Foundation donors who help hundreds of Alamance Community College students go to school every year. Students must demonstrate academic promise with a 2.5 GPA and at least a 75% completion rate. To be considered for a Foundation Scholarship, students must fill out a FAFSA application and submit it to ACC.
Foundation scholarships are provided to cover gaps in a students financial aid package. Priority will go to students that do not have enough gift aid (Federal and State grants) to cover their outstanding tuition expenses. Based on your enrollment and the outstanding tuition due, your scholarship may be increased or decreased. Foundation scholarships will only cover the in state portion of the students outstanding tuition.
Scholarship awards will appear on your Self-Service account the week after the Scholarship Committee meets to make awards. Consult your Self-Service account to learn if you’ve been awarded a scholarship.
Our ACC Summer 2020 Scholarship opportunity is also now open and will close on April 26, 2020.
Our ACC Fall 2020 Scholarship opportunity is also now open and will close on July 19, 2020.
Our ACC Spring 2021 Scholarship opportunity is also now open and will close on November 29, 2020.
Our ACC Summer 2021 Scholarship opportunity is also now open and will close on April 25, 2021.
ACC Retention Scholarship Fall 2018 – Spring 2020
This scholarship was established to provide student applicants a rebate for two courses (valued at $466) upon the completion of an associate degree from fall 2018 to spring 2020. Up to 25 students will receive the rebate, based on completion of a two-year degree, financial need and the order in which they completed the application form.
- Students must complete this application form before the end of the fall 2018 semester (December 14, 2018).
- The grant only applies to new students. Award recipients will be notified by the end of the 2019 spring semester.
- The rebate will be given to students after all other financial obligations to the college are resolved.
- Students already receiving financial aid will be given first priority, as well as the order in which they complete their credentials.
- August 1, 2019 – Student must have 50% of their Associate degree completed.
- August 1, 2020 – Student must have completed and applied for graduation in their Associate degree.
Scholarships that are offered through other institutions, companies and foundations are considered outside scholarships. The Financial Aid office offers a workshop twice a year to help students apply for outside scholarships. If you have been awarded an outside scholarship, please contact the Scholarship Coordinator at 336-506-4411 so we may post it to your account. We also post outside scholarship opportunities on our front page under NEWS and in the ACC Access. See information on how to process your outside scholarship.
Scholarship Resources for International Students
Students who do not have a social security number, or who are not US Citizens or Permanent Residents are considered to be international students. In many cases, international students are charged higher tuition rates. International students do not qualify for federal or state aid, however, there are scholarship opportunities. Scholarship Resources for International Students
Scholarships.com is offering a link to scholarships for students with disabilities. To view a list of these scholarships, click here.