CC Foundation and Institutional Scholarships
When to apply for scholarships?
Spring 2020 scholarships: Oct. 1 – Nov. 1, 2019
2020-2021 academic year: Jan. 1 – March 1, 2010
- Remember, Hathaway and FAFSA have separate application processes and deadlines.
- To see additional outside scholarships, please view Other Scholarships.
- We continue to post new scholarships as they become available. For this reason, students are encouraged to check the web site periodically for new scholarships and deadlines. To view your scholarship status, you can log into the MyCCScholarshiponline portal or check myCCinfo for the most current status.
Scholarships are intended to recognize academic and other achievements, and to assist as many qualified students as possible. Casper College awards approximately $3 million dollars in scholarships every year.
About Institutional and Foundation Scholarships
Casper College T-Bird Award
Students are automatically considered for this scholarship if you (1) apply for admission to Casper College, submit current high school transcripts and ACT scores before December 1 each year, and (2) meet the criteria. The goal of the Casper College T-Bird Award is to recognize high-achieving incoming freshmen students. These are awarded based based on cumulative high school GPA and ACT score. No additional scholarship application is required for the T-Bird Award. Awardees will be notified via postal mail. Not all students will receive a scholarship.
Activity and Athletic Scholarships
Recipients of activity and athletic scholarships are selected by the coach and/or sponsor of each activity/sport. Each scholarship requires the student to maintain specific eligibility and prescribed participation level requirements to maintain the award. Generally, recipients must attempt and earn at least 12 credit hours each semester and maintain at least a 2.0 GPA each semester. These scholarships are not guaranteed renewable, but reapplication is permitted.
Foundation and Alumni-sponsored Scholarships
Foundation and Alumni-sponsored scholarships are funded through the generosity of private donors and endowments. Criteria varies, and range from part-time enrollment to full-time enrollment, with minimum GPA requirements of 2.0 GPA. Learn about some of our generous donors and alumni.