Scholarship Applications are now open!
Applications are accepted October 1 – January 31
Click the button below to begin the application process. One application is all that is needed to apply for ALL the scholarships available through the Shiawassee Community Foundation.
Watch this introductory video to become familiar with the application process or click Scholarship Application Instructions 2022-23 to download a pdf of the instructions.
The Shiawassee Community Foundation annual scholarship cycle opens October 1 and closes January 31 each year. Nearly 100 scholarship funds are available through our online application system, AwardSpring. Graduating seniors, fifth year students, continuing education, and non-traditional returning students are welcome to apply. Students attending college, university, trade, or vocational school could be eligible for the funds. There is one application and based on the fund requirements, you will see which scholarships you qualify for after submitting. Instructions for the 2022 scholarship process can be found here!
In addition to these funds, we have a few scholarships that are accepted through a paper application each spring. They are listed below:
Special Scholarships for Band or Music Camp, FFA, and Golf
New for 2021-2022, we are piloting an online application for the Raymond McLaughlin Memorial & Robert McAlpine Memorial Scholarships. The paper application will still be available, but we are encouraging as many applicants to apply online! The application opens October 1 and closes March 15. Both applications are linked below:
Paper Application: Raymond McLaughlin Memorial Scholarship and Robert McAlpine Memorial Application 2023 – PAPER
The scholarships listed below are not part of the online application system and are open to apply from October 1-March 15 each year.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Amy Jo at (989) 720-7441 or [email protected].
The Board of Directors of the Shiawassee Community Foundation reserves the right to extend any scholarship deadline at their discretion and to not award any scholarship in any given year.