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Financial Aid

Scholarship Assistance

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The BRCC Educational Foundation, Inc. assists the College in providing academic as well as need-based scholarships. The Foundation is a charitable, non-profit corporation that provides a venue for individuals, organizations, business and industry to contribute to the College. Active scholarships supported by the Foundation are listed in this publication. You may apply for scholarship assistance by completing the Institutional Scholarship Application. We strongly recommend that you also complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as many of the scholarships offered are based in part on financial need. A FAFSA may be submitted online at the FAFSA website. For more information call our Scholarship Coordinator at 1-540-234-9261 ext 2223.

Scholarship Applications

Scholarship Applications for the 2014-2015 award year must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office by March 17, 2014. The Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships reviews scholarship applications on the basis of a completed Institutional Scholarship Application (incomplete or faxed applications will not be considered), Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) data, specific scholarship criteria, academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities and community involvement. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required to receive and maintain a scholarship award. Blue Ridge Community College reserves the right to adjust scholarship award amounts, as well as to revise the number of scholarships offered, without notice.

Application Tips

  • Complete an Institutional Scholarship Application by the March 17 deadline.
  • File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 15. Nearly half of all of our scholarships use FAFSA information in the selection process.
  • One of the most critical parts of your scholarship application is your essay. Often times, scholarship committees value the content in student essays more than GPAs and class rank. Explain your educational and career goals. Tell how receiving scholarship assistance would assist you in reaching your educational goals. Make sure your essay is grammatically correct and a typed essay always looks nice. Neatness does count.
  • Carefully select two individuals to write letters of recommendation for you. These individuals should be someone who knows you relatively well. Select individuals who know of your accomplishments such as teachers, athletic coaches, club advisors, employers, or volunteer work supervisors. It is recommended that you do not use family members for this purpose. Also, make sure you give those whom you have asked for a recommendation letter sufficient time to do so.
  • Review your application and all the attachments to make sure that you have completed all requirements before submitting your application.

Scholarship Programs

The Office of Student Financial Aid Services reviews scholarship applications on the basis of a completed Institutional Scholarship Application (incomplete or faxed applications will not be considered), Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) data, specific scholarship criteria, academic achievement, financial need, extracurricular activities and community involvement. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required.

Adult Scholarships

Harrisonburg Jaycees Endowed Scholarship— This scholarship was established by the Harrisonburg Jaycees to assist adult students from Harrisonburg and Rockingham County in attaining their educational goals and is available to a student in any program. The student recipient must be 25 years of age or older and have resided in Harrisonburg or Rockingham County for one year prior to receiving the scholarship.

Houff Family Endowed Scholarship—General scholarship awarded to student(s) who may otherwise have difficulty in attending college. The amount and number of awards will be determined each year. Preference may be given to working adults returning to college, single parents furthering their education, or other students with unmet financial need.

Terry G. and Vickie G. Slaubaugh Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship was established to assist working adults returning to college and single parents furthering their education and have a demonstrated financial need. This scholarship may be renewed for the second year provided the student remains in good academic standing. (FAFSA required)

Russell Ralston Scholarship for Military Veterans—This scholarship is in support of military veterans returning to college. Preference may be given to former Marines; however, all veterans will be given consideration. DD214 is required.

Wood/Ward “Pass It On” MBC/BRCC Scholarship—This scholarship was established for a student enrolled in BRCC and working with an MBC Adult Degree Program Advisor. Strong candidates for this scholarship are students who demonstrate a passion for making a contribution to the world. Students interested in teaching, human services, or other altruistic ventures preferred though all applicants will be considered.

Automotive Analysis and Repair Scholarships

Lloyd Meadows Memorial Endowed Scholarship—Students accepted into the Automotive Analysis & Repair program will be eligible for this scholarship. Selection is based on financial need and career potential. Information on application deadlines will be available to students admitted in the Automotive Program after the beginning of the Fall semester. (FAFSA required)

Volkswagen and BRCC Partners in Education Scholarship—Students enrolled for their second year in the Automotive Analysis and Repair Program at BRCC will be eligible for this scholarship. Selection will be based on financial need and a strong potential for a successful career as an Automotive Technician. A 3.0 GPA is required. Information on application deadlines will be available to students admitted in the Automotive Program after the beginning of the Fall semester. (FAFSA required)

Business Scholarships

Dr. George Lennox Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship was established for students enrolled in a business certificate or degree program. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need. (FAFSA required.)

StellarOne Scholarship—This scholarship will be available for students enrolled in the business or accounting degree or certificate programs.

John and Marguerite Simonetti Scholarship—This scholarship was established for students enrolled in the Business Management program and is to be used for the purpose of tuition/fees and books. Selection will be based on Financial need. (FAFSA required)

Judith S. Strickler Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship is available for a student enrolled in Horticulture, Floraculture or Business certificate or degree program. Students must be a high school graduate or equivalent, and preference may be given to a student demonstrating financial need. (FAFSA required)

College Transfer Scholarships

NTELOS Endowed Scholarship—Recipients of this scholarship must be enrolled full-time in a terminal degree or college transfer program. Priority goes to residents of Waynesboro, Staunton and Augusta County; second priority will be for residents of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. Selection is based on rank in the high school graduating class and reference letters. This scholarship may be renewed for a second year if the recipient completes 24 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.75.

Anthony and Jessie Zaccaria Memorial Endowed Scholarship—First priority for this scholarship will be given to members of the Augusta Stone Presbyterian Church with second priority to residents of Staunton/North Augusta County. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution are eligible. Selection will be based on academic potential, financial need, and personal references. (FAFSA required)

High School Seniors/Entering Freshmen Scholarships

Harry V. Boney, Jr. Endowed Scholarship—Entering freshman students enrolled in a degree or certificate program at BRCC are eligible for this scholarship. Scholarships may be renewed for a second year. Preference may be given to a student demonstrating financial need. (FAFSA required)

John W. Clore, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship—A First Union National Bank of Virginia endowed scholarship awarded to a first time student at BRCC. The scholarship may be awarded for two years if the student maintains academic standing. Recipients must be enrolled full-time in an Associate Degree program and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5. Selection is based on applicant’s leadership and scholastic qualities. (FAFSA required)

Commonwealth Legacy Scholarship—This scholarship will be awarded to an entering freshman student each year. To be eligible for this merit-based scholarship, applicants must be full-time, associate degree-seeking students attending college for the first time, who have demonstrated academic excellence during high school as well as a commitment to develop their leadership skills. Applicants also must have plans to graduate from a Virginia community college. Scholars selected will become part of a program that will promote community college education and will become mentors to future Legacy scholars. Selection will be based upon merit, demonstrated leadership potential and a willingness to promote community college education. To apply contact your high school guidance office.

Daily News-Record/Mims Achievement Award—High school seniors residing in the College service region and entering any Associate Degree curriculum will be eligible for this scholarship. Selection is based on financial need, leadership, and academic performance. (FAFSA required)

Houff Family Endowed Scholarship for Area High Schools—Graduating seniors from Fort Defiance (two), Turner Ashby (one), and Buffalo Gap (one) high schools are eligible for this scholarship. Selection will be made by the appropriate high school guidance counselors or their representatives. Applications are available in the high school guidance departments and must be submitted to the appropriate high school guidance department for consideration. Contact your high school guidance office concerning application procedures and deadlines.

McGaheysville Massanutten Lions Club James Martin Memorial Scholarship—This scholarship was established for entering freshmen from East Rockingham High School. Selection is based on financial need and a 3.0 or higher GPA. This scholarship may be renewed for the second year if the student remains in good academic standing and retains a minimum 2.0 GPA. (FAFSA required)

MGW Communications Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship is available to full-time entering freshmen from Bath, Highland or Buffalo Gap High School or home-schooled in the MGW service area. (FAFSA required)

Rosberg Family Endowed Scholarship—Preference will be given to students graduating from Waynesboro High School with a 2.5 GPA or better. In addition preference would be given to a student who has a demonstrated record of community service and /or involvement in extra-curricular activities. Demonstrated leadership or leadership potential may also be a factor in the selection of the successful recipient. If there are no eligible WHS applicants then second preference may be given to students from the remaining Augusta County high schools, as well as Robert E. Lee High School.

S.G.A. High School Scholarship—High school seniors in the College service area who plan to enroll full-time at BRCC are eligible for this scholarship. Selection for one scholarship is based on academic performance, extracurricular, and community activities. The other scholarship will be based on financial need and academic performance.. (FAFSA required)

Healthcare and Nursing Scholarships

Augusta Health Foundation Scholarship—Scholarships will be available to students currently enrolled in, or planning to enter, the BRCC Nursing Program. Recipients must be residents of Staunton, Waynesboro, and/or Augusta County. Selection is based on a demonstration of a strong potential for a successful career in Nursing. Preference may be given to a student demonstrating financial need. This scholarship may be renewed for the second year if the student remains in good standing. (FAFSA required)

Bridgewater Retirement Community Endowed Scholarship in honor of Pearl R. Parks, RN, Director of Nursing—This scholarship was established to assist a student in the nursing program. Preference may be given to students with financial need. The scholarship may be renewable providing the student remains in good academic standing with a minimum 2.5 GPA. (FAFSA required)

Elton Stearn Estep Memorial Endowed Scholarship—Students enrolled in the BRCC Nursing Program are eligible for this scholarship. Preference will be given to students with financial need. (FAFSA required)

Paul Flanagan Scholarship—This scholarship is intended to assist BRCC students in furthering their education the health care field. Recipients must be residents of Staunton, Waynesboro, or Augusta County. Recipients must remain in good academic standing in order to retain the scholarship in a subsequent semester.

Graves Family Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship was established to assist students in the Nursing program in attaining their educational goals.

Highlands Nursing Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship was established to assist a student in the BRCC Nursing program. The student must reside in Highland, Bath or Pendleton County. Selection is based on academic potential with preference to be given to students with financial need. (FAFSA required)

Carolyn Lauritsen Jochen Nursing Scholarship—Students enrolled in or planning to enroll in the BRCC Nursing Program are eligible for this scholarship. Selection is based on the student’s demonstrated financial need and a strong potential for a successful career in nursing. (FAFSA required)

John M. and Katherine F. LaVigne Scholarship—This scholarship will be available for a student enrolled in, or planning to enroll in, the BRCC Nursing Program. The recipient must be a resident of Staunton, Waynesboro, or Augusta county. Recipients must remain in good academic standing in order to retain the scholarship in subsequent semesters.

Hallie Sayers Lee Endowed Scholarship in Nursing—This scholarship was established to assist a student currently enrolled in, or planning to enter the BRCC Nursing program. Selection is based on demonstrated financial need and a strong potential for a successful career in Nursing. Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA to retain scholarship for 2nd semester. (FAFSA required)

Dr. Oscar F. Lovelace, Jr. Endowed Scholarship in Health Care—This scholarship was established to benefit BRCC students enrolled in health care-related curricula, including, but not limited to, Nursing. Eligible applicants must demonstrate financial need and academic capability by maintaining a 2.5 GPA or higher. Preference may be given to students from within the BRCC service area. (FAFSA required)

Mary Grove Memorial Nursing Scholarship—This scholarship is intended to benefit a full-time student who has already successfully completed his/her first year of the BRCC Nursing program. Eligible applicant must have a demonstrated financial need. Recipient must maintain a GPA of 2.5 or better to retain the scholarship in a subsequent semester. (FAFSA required)

Gladys Cleek McHone Endowed Scholarship in Nursing—This scholarship is available to assist a student enrolled in the BRCC Nursing program. First priority will be given to a student who is a resident of Bath County with second priority to be given to a student who resides in Rockingham County.

Jo Ann Miller Lowdon Endowed Scholarship in Nursing—This scholarship is intended to benefit a student who has already successfully completed his/her first year of the BRCC Nursing program and shows promise for a successful career in Nursing.

Elaine Parkinson Memorial Nursing Scholarship—This scholarship is available to benefit a student in the LPN to RN program. Eligible applicant must have a demonstrated financial need and maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher to retain the scholarship in a subsequent semester. (FAFSA required)

Cathleen F. Ryan Nursing Scholarship—This scholarship was established in honor of Cathy Ryan, upon her retirement. This scholarship is intended to benefit a student enrolled in the BRCC Nursing program. Preference may be given to a second year student in the traditional program, or a student in the LPN to RN program. A 3.0 GPA or higher is required to receive the scholarship as well as to retain in the subsequent semester.

Sunnyside Communities/Kramer Endowed Nursing Scholarship—This scholarship was established to assist a student currently enrolled in, or planning to major in, the BRCC Nursing program. Scholarship recipients will be selected based upon their strong academic potential and their demonstrated intent to work in a long-term care facility. Preference may be given to a student demonstrating financial need. (FAFSA required)

Sunnyside Communities/Kramer Nursing Scholarship—This scholarship was established to assist a student currently enrolled in the BRCC Nursing program. Scholarship recipient will be selected based upon their strong academic potential and their demonstrated intent to work in a long-term care facility. Preference may be given to a student demonstrating financial need. (FAFSA required)

Linda E. Thompson Memorial Scholarship- This scholarship was established in memory of Linda E. Thompson who was a nurse at Augusta Health. It is intended to assist BRCC Nursing students in furthering their education. This scholarship will be awarded to non-traditional college age students enrolled in or planning to enroll in the BRCC Nursing Program and who reside in Staunton, Waynesboro, Augusta, Highland or Nelson County. Scholarship recipients must remain in good academic standing in order to retain the scholarship in a subsequent semester.

Timothy R. Wade II Memorial Endowed Scholarship for Healthcare - This scholarship is intended to benefit students studying in the field of health care, with particular attention to students in the BRCC Nursing Program. Scholarship recipients should demonstrate financial need.(FAFSA required)

Brenda F. Wilkinson Scholarship in Nursing—This scholarship is available to a nursing student. Selection will be based on academic potential with preference given to applicants with financial need. (FAFSA required)

Open Scholarships

Louise B. Adams Memorial Scholarship—This scholarship was established in memory of Louise B. Adams, in recognition of her distinguished career at Blue Ridge Community College. Students who have demonstrated an interest in liberal arts-either the visual arts or the performing arts are eligible for this scholarship.

Sandra Bonin Anderson Endowed Scholarship—Students enrolled for six or more credit hours are eligible for this scholarship.

James A. and Odella M. Armstrong Endowed Scholarship—Students enrolled in any program are eligible to receive this scholarship. Criteria will be based on scholarship, character, and merit.

Boxley Organization / McDonald’s Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship award is intended to benefit students enrolled at Blue Ridge Community College who are employees or children of employees from the following McDonald’s locations: Shenandoah, Woodstock, New Market, Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, or Waynesboro (Town Center location). Preference will be given to an applicant who demonstrates financial need. In addition, an eligible applicant must demonstrate academic capability by maintaining a grade point average of 3.0 or above. (FAFSA required)

BRCC Educational Foundation Scholarships—Several scholarships are available. The amount of the scholarships will vary each year. Selection is based on academic potential, GPA of at least 3.0, two letters of reference and financial need. Full-time enrollment is required. (FAFSA required)

Warren Lloyd Braun, Jr. Endowed Scholarships—This scholarship award will be based on academic achievement and potential as well as financial need Students must be full-time and may be enrolled in any degree program.. (FAFSA required)

Carr Family Foundation Scholarship—This scholarship will be available for full-time students with a demonstrated financial need. (FAFSA required)

Central Shenandoah-Regional Literacy Coordinating Committee-IV GED Annual Scholarship—This scholarship seeks to recognize the significant accomplishments of area GED and Adult High School graduates. Applicants who have attended an area Adult Education or Literacy program will be given special consideration, but all adults who have earned a GED or adult diploma are encouraged to apply. Applicants, please include this information in your application.

Daniel Family Scholarship—First preference for this scholarship will be students who reside in Craigsville or western Augusta County areas.

George M. and Lee Stuart Cochran Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship award will be available to a student enrolled in any certificate or degree program. Selection may be based on financial need. (FAFSA required)

Henry C. Clark and Mary Ann B. Clark Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship will be available to a full-time student enrolled in any program.

Harry F. and Margaret M. Flippo Foundation Scholarship—Students enrolled in a degree or certificate program and who reside in Harrisonburg or Rockingham County are eligible for this scholarship.

F. H. Harrison, Jr. Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship is available for full- or part-time students enrolled in any certificate or degree program. Preference will be given to a graduate of Broadway High School. Selection may be based on financial need. (FAFSA required)

Ola M. Hoover Scholarship—Full-time degree-seeking students who reside in Harrisonburg or Rockingham County and who demonstrates financial need will be eligible for this scholarship. (FAFSA required)

Dwight and Carolyn Houff Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship will be available for students enrolled in any certificate or degree program. Preference will be given to students demonstrating financial need. (FAFSA required)

Kiwanis Club of Waynesboro Memorial Endowed Scholarship—First preference will be given to students who are graduates of Waynesboro High School, Fishburne Military School, and or Stuarts Draft High School. Second preference will be given to students who are graduates of the other Augusta County high schools. Student may be enrolled in any degree or certificate program. Selection will also be based on financial need and GPA of 2.5 or higher. (FAFSA required)

Lawrence Transportation Systems Scholarship—This scholarship was established to honor the employees and customers of Lawrence Transportation Systems and to assist a student who resides in the City of Staunton, Waynesboro or the County of Augusta. Students may be enrolled in any program. Selection is based on good academic standing and financial need. (FAFSA required)

Neall Family Charitable Foundation Scholarship—This scholarship will be available for students in any degree or certificate program. Eligible applicants must have a demonstrated financial need. A 2.5 GPA or higher will be required. (FAFSA required.)

Charles Pascale Memorial Endowed Scholarship—Students enrolled in any certificate or degree program will be eligible for this scholarship. Selection is based on determination, academic performance, and financial need. (FAFSA required)

Harry L. and Reba S. Rawley Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship was established to assist a deserving student at BRCC in attaining their educational goals. Preference will be given to a student who is currently working or plans to work in the field of agriculture and has demonstrated financial need. (FAFSA required)

Right Start (For You) Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship is intended to benefit a first-year student In the Human Services program and may be renewed for the second year if the student remains in good standing. Selection will also be based on financial need. Mini (FAFSA required)

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Root Endowed Scholarship—Students may be enrolled in any degree or certificate program to be eligible for this scholarship. Selection will be based on demonstrated financial need. (FAFSA required)

S.G.A. Open Scholarships—Up to two awards for full-time students may be made. One scholarship will be based on academic performance. The other scholarship will be based on financial need and academic performance. (FAFSA required)

Thelma Showker Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship will be available for a student enrolled in any certificate or degree program and has demonstrated financial need. (FAFSA required)

Zane D. Showker Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship was established for full-time students enrolled in any degree program. Selection will be based on academic potential and demonstrated financial need. (FAFSA required)

Catherine O. and Lyall O. Steger, Jr. Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship will be available to students enrolled in any degree or certificate program at BRCC. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need. (FAFSA required)

SunTrust Endowed Scholarship—A scholarship will be available to a student in any program. Past academic history is a factor in the selection process.

United Bank Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship Is intended to benefit students with financial need and may be enrolled in any degree or certificate program. Preference may be given to a student from the Augusta County area. (FAFSA required)

Waynesboro Kiwanis Foundation Endowed Scholarship—One or more scholarships will be awarded to students from Waynesboro, Wilson Memorial or Stuarts Draft High Schools. Recipients must be enrolled full-time in a degree or certificate program. Criteria for selection will be based on grades, extracurricular activities, and the required student essay.

Returning Students Scholarships

BRCC Faculty Senate Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship was established to assist a student who has completed a minimum of 24 credits and has achieved a grade point average of at least 3.0. Preference may be given to students with demonstrated financial need. (FAFSA required)

BRCC Support Staff Association Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship will be awarded to a returning student who has completed 30 or more credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.2.

Daily News-Record/Richard R.J. Morin Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship will be available to a second-year student who has completed at least 24 credit hours at BRCC. Selection is based on financial need, leadership and academic performance and reference letters. (FAFSA required)

S.G.A. Open Scholarship—This scholarship is available for students who are returning to BRCC for their second academic year or non-traditional students returning to school after having been out of high school for several years. Selection will be based on student involvement in clubs and organizations at BRCC along with participation in community service projects or organizations. Financial need may also be a factor. A 2.5 GPA or higher is required. (FAFSA required)

Technology Scholarships

Aviation Maintenance Scholarships

Dynamic Aviation Scholarship—Scholarship awards will be available to students enrolled in the Aviation Maintenance Technology program. Selection will be based on demonstrated financial need and a strong potential for a successful career in Aviation Maintenance Technology. Applications will be made available after the beginning of the Fall semester. (FAFSA required)

Electronics Technology Scholarships

Benjamin Cooper Memorial Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship will be awarded to a student studying in the fields of Computer and Electronics Technology, Information Systems Technology, or Mechanical Engineering Technology. Preference may be given to a student who resides in the Waynesboro area.

ComSonics, Inc. Electronics Scholarship—A Full-Tuition scholarship is available for a student entering the electronics program this semester. Recipient must be full-time and, if funded, the scholarship will be renewed for a second year with an additional allowance for required textbooks. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required.

Mechanical Design/Engineering Technology Scholarships

Shane Chandler Memorial Scholarship—This scholarship is intended to benefit a student in the Mechanical Design Technology program. A 2.5 GPA or higher is required. Eligible applicants must have a demonstrated financial need. (FAFSA required)

Joseph Nielsen Endowed Scholarship—Scholarships will be available for students enrolled in the Mechanical Design or Drafting programs on at least a half-time basis. Selection will be based on financial need, academic potential, and leadership ability as provided on the scholarship application and academic records. (FAFSA required)

Riddleberger Brothers, Inc. Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship will be available to a student enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering Technology program. Preference may be given to the student who demonstrates financial need and enrolls full-time. (FAFSA required)

Veterinary Technology Scholarships

Blue Ridge Equine Clinic Equine and Large Animal Scholarship—Students in the Veterinary Technology Program are eligible for this scholarship. Selection will be based on a demonstrated financial need and a strong potential for a successful career in Veterinary Technology. First preference will be given to a student who plans to enter the field of equine medicine. Second preference will be given to a student who plans to work in the field of large animal medicine. Information on application deadlines will be available after the beginning of the Fall semester.

Patricia MacKenzie Memorial Scholarship in Veterinary Technology—This scholarship is intended to benefit second-year students enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program. The successful recipient must demonstrate professionalism in the veterinary Technician’s position, appreciate the value of strong communication in a veterinary practice, and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applications will be made available after the beginning of the Fall semester.

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Martin Veterinary Technology Endowed Scholarship— This scholarship will be available to a full-time second-year Veterinary Technology student. Selection is based on grade point average and student essay. Information on application deadlines will be available after the beginning of the Fall semester.

William Walter Reams Endowed Scholarship—This scholarship was established to assist students in the Veterinary Technology Program. Selection of the recipients will be based, in part, on an essay in which the applicants highlight why they wish to be veterinary technicians and what their plans are for the future. Further emphasis in the selection process should include enthusiasm for this type of work and practical skills, such as animal care, lab work, externship, etc. Information on application deadlines will be available after the beginning of the Fall semester.

Robert E. Ritchie Memorial Scholarship— This scholarship was established to assist a BRCC student admitted to the Veterinary Technology program in attaining an education. Eligible applicants must reside in the counties of Augusta or Rockingham, or the cities located within. Recipient must also have a demonstrated financial need. A 3.0 GPA or higher is required to receive the scholarship, as well as to retain in the subsequent semester. Information on application deadlines will be available after the beginning of the Fall semester. (FAFSA required)

Veterinary Technology Scholarships—Several scholarships will be available for students enrolled in the Veterinary Technology Program. Information on application deadlines will be available after the beginning of the Fall semester.