The College Promise Campaign: Announcing the 2019 Student Voices Video Competition!

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Calling all students! The College Promise Campaign, with support from Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, is launching its 2019 Student Voices Video Competition! The goal of this competition is to celebrate diversity in the student experience and hear what college has meant to them – what passions the students have discovered, the challenges they’ve overcome, and how higher education has opened doors to new opportunities in their life. Additionally, we want to hear how they expect college will change their lives in the future.

CollegePromiseAwards2019We’re asking current high school seniors and college students of all ages and academic levels to submit short videos on social media answering one or more of these questions in a creative way. Winners will receive college scholarships of $2,500 for first place, $1,500 for second, and $1,000 for third! Top entrants will also have the opportunity to publish their personal story.

Students should follow these three easy steps to enter by July 15, 2019:

  • Register for the competition at http://bit.ly/CollegePromiseVideoComp
  • Follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram, and accept our follow back so we can see your post!
  • Post your video, and be sure to tag us, your school, and use the hashtags #PromiseVideoComp2019, #CollegePromise, and #StudentVoices

The College Promise Campaign would greatly appreciate your help in getting the word out! The competition is going live on April 15th. Please share this scholarship opportunity with the college students and high school seniors in your life. To learn more about this scholarship, check out our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or website. Stay tuned for upcoming information on ways that you can get involved in the selection process!

About the College Promise Campaign: The College Promise Campaign is a national, non-partisan initiative to build broad public support for funding the first two years of higher education. We want the first two years of college to become as universal, free, and accessible as high school has been for nearly a century! Our Campaign encourages visionary leaders throughout our nation to use their ingenuity and persistence to put College Promise programs in place, enabling students to complete their college degrees and certificates without the burden of unmanageable debt.

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10/30/17 Scholarship Workshop at Suffolk County Community College

Monday, October 30, 2017 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Scholarship Workshop2017-10October 30th @ 11am
Babylon Student Center, Orient Point room

Scholarship Workshop
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Take advantage of the over $600,000 in scholarships available to SCCC students through the SCCC Foundation.
This workshop will address:
√ Identifying SCCC scholarships
√ How to apply to SCCC scholarships
√ Tips to complete a comprehensive application

Learn more

Location: Suffolk County Community College
Babylon Student Center, Orient Point Room
533 College Road, Selden, NY 11784

New York State Excelsior Scholarship Deadline 7/21/17

The New York State Excelsior Scholarship application for the fall 2017 semester opened on June 7, 2017 and will close on July 21, 2017.

The Scholarship is intended to supplement all current aid programs, including but not limited to TAP, PELL and other scholarships. Students can receive up to $5,500 from the scholarship, minus any amounts received from TAP, PELL, or other scholarships. It will provide assistance to students to cover any tuition gaps that may make college tuition free. The scholarship is intended to make college possible for students across the state.

Eligibility

Applicants must:

  • Be a resident of New York State;
  • Plan to attend a SUNY or CUNY two- or four-year degree program;
  • Take 30 credits per year and make progress toward graduation;
  • Maintain good academic standing;
  • Be on track to graduate on time with an Associate Degree in two years or a Bachelor’s Degree in four years; and
  • Be a New York State resident whose family household adjusted gross income (as filed on your 2015 federal tax return) does not exceed $100,000 for the 2017-2018 academic year.

To apply for this scholarship, you will need to:

  1. Upload a .pdf copy of your SAR (Student Aid Report) to the HESC website. If you do not have a copy of your SAR you can obtain one from fafsa.ed.gov.
  2. Upload a .pdf copy of your unofficial transcript. The transcript can be obtained by logging into MySCCC and selecting Unofficial Transcript in the Self-Service Banner menu.

For additional information visit the HESC website where you will find a list of questions and answers.