Adult Learning Center Scholarship This scholarship is available to students who enroll at SCC and have earned a GED through the Adult Learning Center. Application information is available from the Adult Learning Center or by calling (864) 562-4105.
Agriculture: South Carolina Fertilizer and Agrichemicals Available to students studying to pursue a career in agriculture (horticulture program at SCC is eligible). View/download details for eligibility and application (PDF).
American Welding Society District Scholarship This scholarship is awarded to a full-time student in a welding program with a minimum 2.5 GPA. The student must be a U.S. citizen, a S.C. resident and eligible to receive Lottery Tuition Assistance. An AWS scholarship application must be submitted by the announced deadline. Please visit their page at www.aws.org for more information.
Area Career Center Scholarships This scholarship is awarded to one student from each of the five area career centers- R.D. Anderson Applied Technology Center, Cherokee Technology Center, Daniel Morgan Applied Technology Center, H.B. Swofford Career Center and Union County Schools Career and Technology Center. Recipients are selected by the respective career center.
Cherokee County K-14 Scholarship This scholarship is available to Cherokee County residents with a high school Diploma or GED within the past 5 years, or be a veteran and enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Students must select from the following programs: Automated Manufacturing Technology/Robotics, Automotive/Manufacturing Production Technology, Electronic and Engineering Technologies, Heating, Ventilation, and air Conditioning, Industrial Electricity, Electronics, Repair, Machine Tool Technology (CNC), Mechanical/Mechatronics, Nuclear Power Radiation, or Welding. More information, as well as the application, may be obtained from the SCC Cherokee Campus at (864) 206-2700. Download brochure (PDF)
The John Featherston, M.D. Scholarship This scholarship is awarded to a student who is full-time in the fall semester of the second year of the radiologic technology program with a minimum 3.0 GPA. The student must be a member of the S.C.S.R.T. and UDI with plans to remain active in the professional field. Application procedures may be obtained from the SCC radiologic technology department head.
The Grainger Tools for Tomorrow Scholarship This scholarship is awarded to two degree-seeking students who are enrolled full-time and will be entering their final year of study. Students are given a Grainger customized tool-kit upon graduation. Areas of study include: Automotive, Industrial Electronics, Electronics Engineering, HVAC, Industrial Electricity, Machine Tool, Mechatronics, Welding, and EMT. Priority is given to veterans honorably discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces. Applications must be submitted by the announced deadline. To download the Grainger Scholarship Application, click Here
The Mildred Harrison Dent Memorial Scholarship This scholarship is awarded to one student from each of the three Spartanburg County career centers - R.D. Anderson Applied Technology Center, Daniel Morgan Applied Technology Center and H.B. Swofford Career Center. Recipients are selected by the respective career center.
This scholarship is awarded to a graduating high school student from Chesnee High School with a minimum 3.0 high school cumulative GPA. Preference is given to a student pursuing a degree in electronics. Application procedures may be obtained from the guidance office at Chesnee High School
The Dr. David Stokes Nursing Scholarship Students who are full-time in the associate degree in nursing program with a minimum 2.5 GPA may apply. Must be a current employee of Camp Care, Gold Age, Inman Healthcare or Magnolia Manor and be willing to commit one year of employment for each year of the scholarship award.
Union County Community Scholarship Program – Established by Union County, along with its partners, Union County School District, the University of South Carolina, and Spartanburg Community College, to provide residents access to post-secondary education and training programs leading to jobs of today and careers of tomorrow. Download brochure (PDF)
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