Uncommon Friends Foundation is now accepting applications for its 2017 student scholarships, which will be awarded to deserving students, veterans, struggling adults, and single parents who are pursuing degrees in education, law, technology, and other studies. Application deadline is April 1, 2017.
Carol L. Heier Scholarship - Carol L. Heier was a former LPN student at FMTC while she was in her 50's. She wanted to give back to the nursing community that she loved so much. She set up the Carol L. Heier Scholarship to provide financial assistance to students at least 50 years old and enrolled in the Practical Nursing or Articulated Nursing Assistant programs.
Church Women United are again graciously offering 3 - $400 scholarships to female students. See the application for additional requirements.
Lehigh Acres Chapter of the American Business Women's Association is offering one scholarship in the amount of $1,000 funded through the Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund to support local students.
General Woman's Club of Lehigh Acres, Inc. is offering scholarships for single parents with minor children living at home. Deadline: April 14, 2017
Southwest Florida Community Foundation has over 60 competitive scholarships availavale until March 3, 2017.
Community Foundation of Collier County offers a personalized scholarship connector.
Help A Hero - Veterans' Scholarships - student Veteran resources available, including scholarships.
Vietnam Brotherhood Scholarship is again offering scholarships to two FMTC veterans. See application for additional information.
GoodCall offers a system to look for scholarships based on your individual criteria.
FastWeb is your connection to scholarships, colleges, financial aid & more.
FinAid is the smart student guide to financial aid.
Internal Scholarship Opportunities:
Tuition Scholarships are awarded to students with a demonstrated need who do not receive any other type of sponsorship, federal grants, or state assistance. Scholarships are granted based on funding availability, up to, but not exceeding 50% of tuition. The scholarship may only be applied to one enrollment term. Eligible students can reapply for the tuition scholarship, in each subsequent term of enrollment, for the duration of one program. Completed applications are to be submitted to the Financial Aid Administrator for approval.
Hardship Scholarships are awarded on an individual basis to students with a demonstrated need. Hardship scholarship awards will be granted on the basis of funding availability.
Scholarship applications are available in the guidance and financial aid offices. Completed scholarship application packets must be returned to the financial aid office. The Financial Aid Administrator will collect all pertinent documents and preliminary approve/deny hardship scholarships. All hardship scholarship applications will subsequently be approved or denied by an administrator.
Completing the FAFSA is a requirement for internal scholarships.
External Scholarship Disclaimer:
External scholarships may be available for students who meet the individual criteria set forth by each organization. The school does not make any determinations on external scholarships. All questions pertaining to external scholarships should go directly to the organization from whom the scholarship will be granted. FMTC does not have any affiliation with external scholarship providers. It is the student’s responsibility to communicate directly with external agencies, if needed. All external scholarship applications have different criteria and deadlines, please read the scholarship application carefully.