The Grand Rapids Community College Foundation Scholarship (GRCCF) Application for 2019-20 is now open!
We are committed to making your education at GRCC financially possible. Through the GRCCF, we have more than 300 scholarship opportunities and over $1,000,000 available to our students. You may apply for these scholarships with one easy application.
The information you provide is used to automatically match you to those for which you may qualify. The priority deadline for the application is March 15, 2019. Applications will continue to be accepted after March 15, but scholarship funds are awarded on a rolling basis. The earlier you apply, the more possibilities will be available! In order to maximize your scholarship opportunities, be sure to complete a 2019-20 FAFSA.
We encourage students to inquire with departments for additional scholarship opportunities.
Scholarships for Future Students
Recently accepted students are encouraged to apply for GRCCF Scholarships. You will first need to create a GRCC username and password using your ID number from your acceptance letter. Once created, use this to log onto the GRCCF Application.
Deferred Action for Early Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Student Scholarships
DACA and undocumented students are not eligible to receive federal or State of Michigan financial aid, but scholarships are available. DACA students are considered for GRCC Foundation Scholarships as described above and are NOT required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for consideration for GRCC Foundation Scholarships. Please refer to our DACA page for additional resources and scholarship information.
Other Scholarship Opportunities for DACA Students
In some instances, applicants for these scholarships may be required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for consideration.
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund.
- Golden Door Scholars.
- Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF).
External Scholarship Opportunities
External Scholarship Opportunity available through May 31!
PNC Bank is offering a $2000 Scholarship. Make every opportunity count! Enter to Win $2000 for college. To apply for the PNC Education Loan Center Achiever Scholarship:
- Visit pnc.com/scholarship
- Create or revisit your free Financial Literacy account
- Opt in for a chance to win a $2000 Scholarship
Grand Rapids Community Foundation – Kent County Residents
The Grand Rapids Community Foundation awards over a million dollars annually to Kent County students and has helped countless GRCC students pay for their educations. Applications are due by March 1, 2019. Learn more and apply for scholarships today.
Michigan Student Aid Scholarship Search
Explore Michigan place-based scholarships on this webpage, or use the MI Scholarship Self-Service Tool to discover your eligibility. Scholarship eligibility are dependent on county, gender, and student type.
Grand Rapids Trans Foundation (GRTF) Academic Scholarship
This scholarship is intended to help transgender students with education-related expenses while pursuing a degree or certificate from an accredited college, university, or technical/vocational program with a satellite campus or permanent presence in Kent County. Individual scholarships may be up to $2500. Applications are due by June 7, 2019.
Apply online at the Grand Rapids Trans Foundation.
Fremont Area Community Foundation Scholarships
The Fremont Area Community Foundation has scholarships available for adult students who live in Newaygo County or a Newaygo County school district and are pursuing an undergraduate degree. These scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis.
Learn more about adult student scholarships for Newaygo County residents.
Transfer Scholarship Opportunities
Click on a link below for scholarships for students transferring to the following schools.
Other Recommended Scholarship Searches
Scholarship Search Tips
- Never pay for a scholarship search.
- If a school lists a web resource, do not assume the school endorses the scholarship or source.
- Use good judgment. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
- Check with fraternal organizations that your family belongs to, such as clubs, unions, employers, etc.
- Do not provide contact methods that provide solicitors an opportunity to sell you products or services. Consider using an email created solely for the purpose of a scholarship search.