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Scholarships

Make paying for college even easier with scholarships.

Figuring out how to pay for college? Explore the various scholarship opportunities available to you as a VHCC student.

VHCC Foundation Scholarships

In cooperation with our community partners, VHCC is proud to offer scholarships to our students via our Educational Foundation. Interested students can fill out the scholarship application to be eligible for all Foundation scholarships. Applications are due by May 1st each year for consideration for the fall semester.

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VHCC awards over $6 million per year in scholarships. Individual amounts vary– most scholarships range between $250 and $2,500.
 

Yes! In order to apply for VHCC Educational Foundation scholarships, your FAFSA must be submitted by May 1st.
 

May 1st. 
 

Currently, scholarships are available for the fall and spring semesters.
 

Scholarships are not renewed automatically. A scholarship application needs to be completed for each academic year.
 

Scholarships are currently available for full-time students only.

Yes! For seniors attending VHCC in the fall, applying for scholarships is an important part of the enrollment process.

Meet some of our scholarship recipients:

Andrew Bordwine, recipient of the Highlands Scholars Endowed Scholarship and the First Bank and Trust Charitable Gift Scholarship. Andrew is excited that VHCC is offering the program that He needs to pursue his career in Cyber Security. He also likes the idea of being close to home during his first year of college.

Miranda McGlocklin, recipient of the First Bank and Trust Charitable Gift Scholarship. Miranda says that she is so grateful that she chose to come to VHCC - It makes it so much easier to adjust to the idea of college since it is so much closer to home and it is so much more affordable.

Alyssa Atwell, recipient of the C. B. Hale Memorial Nursing Scholarship. She is working as a Pharmacy Technician full time while attending VHCC! She says she is honored to be able to have the opportunity to go back to school to reach her dreams of becoming a nurse.

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