The Shoreline Community College Foundation has awarded thousands of general and workforce scholarships to deserving Shoreline students. In addition to federal and state aid, scholarships are a great way to offset all or part of the cost of your education. Learn about the different scholarships you can apply for through the Foundation.
Linda Breiwick MLT ScholarshipThe Linda Breiwick MLT Scholarship is now open for applications. To be eligible to apply, you must have been accepted into the Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program at Shoreline Community College, be a currently enrolled student, and have a minimum GPA of 2.5.
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Annual scholarships provide support to students for the upcoming school year. While all annual scholarships support tuition, many also cover the cost of textbooks and other program needs.
View the list of annual scholarshipsavailable through the Foundation. Applications for these annual scholarships will begin being accepted on February 1, 2020.
Summer 2020 - Spring 2021 Scholarship Application Dates
Applications Open: February 1, 2020
Applications Close: April 16, 2020
Students Notified: May 12, 2020
Quarterly scholarships assist students during the current quarter in which they are enrolled and vary in amount, from covering the cost of textbooks for a specific course to an entire quarter's tuition. Applications are accepted whenever school is in session and are awarded while funds are available.
There are quarterly scholarships available for the following groups of students:
- Automotive students
- Business technology students
- Criminal justice majors
- Nursing students
- Career training students who were let go from their jobs
- First Nations students (i.e. students affiliated with a Native American or indigenous American tribe)
- Students with disabilities
- Students with a history of volunteering or community involvement
- and more!
View the list of quarterly scholarshipsavailable through the Foundation.
How to Apply
To apply for a quarterly scholarship, email email@example.com to request an application form for the scholarship you wish to apply for. Once filled out, submit the application and the required documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off a paper copy to Alysen Laakso in FOSS Building (5000), Room 5218.
The Foundation has funds available to help students who are having an unexpected, short-term financial crisis that impacts their ability to attend classes. To qualify for these funds, you must either be enrolled for at least 6 credits or working towards a certification or degree at Shoreline. You must be able to demonstrate how this is a financial emergency that you could not have planned for, how the situation is short-term, and how it impacts your studies at Shoreline.
If you don't know whether you qualify for emergency support or if you have questions about the application process, contact Alysen Laakso.
Requests for housing support (rent, mortgages, moving costs) should be directed to the United Way Benefits Hublocated in PUB 9203.
1964 Society Faculty Professional Development Scholarship
The Shoreline Community College Foundation created the 1964 Society Faculty Professional Development Endowed Scholarship to provide funds in perpetuity for faculty to use toward their professional development. This scholarship will also benefit the College and students by strengthening the faculty in their various professional capacities. In certain years, this scholarship may be awarded to full-time faculty, associate faculty, or faculty in specific areas of study at the discretion of the Foundation Board of Directors. This will be noted on the annual application. Professional development includes: attending conferences, workshops, meetings, or delivering presentations as a means to further their expertise in teaching at Shoreline Community College.
There are a lot of scholarships available that are not run by the Foundation. Below are links to scholarship search engines that can help you find external scholarship opportunities.
You may find scholarship opportunities that look too good to be true. These opportunities may be scams. Please visit the Federal Trade Commission page on scholarship and financial aid scams to learn more.