In spring 2013, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation will award scholarships to help community college students and recent graduates with exceptional promise and demonstrated financial need reach their full potential through education. Scholarships worth up to $30,000 per year will be provided to community college students to help thm earn a four-year degree.
The Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship Program enables community college students with exceptional promise and demonstrated financial need to pursue a baccalaureate degree. Demonstrated financial need includes (1) low family and student income and assets in light of educational expenses, and (2) substantial unmet educational costs after taking into account other scholarships and grants students may receive. Students in any discipline are eligible.
The AwardThe Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship Program provides funding for tuition, room and board, required fees, and books for the remainder of the Scholar’s undergraduate degree. Scholarship amounts vary based on several factors, including costs at the institution each recipient attends and other grants and scholarships the student receives. Awards can be for as much as $30,000 annually.
Minimum EligibilityTo be eligible for the program,
Students must be nominated by their two-year institutions. They cannot apply directly. Each accredited two-year institution may nominate up to four candidates depending upon institutional enrollment. Plagiarism will result in disqualification from nomination.
The campus deadline for application submission is November 16, 2012.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is a private, independent foundation dedicated to advancing the education of exceptionally promising students. We offer several scholarship programs, including this program for community college students.
To learn more about the nomination process, contact your campus representative. You can also visit the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's Web site or call 1-888-264-3062. The Foundation does not accept applications directly from students.
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