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February 26th, 2014
SCCC scholarship submission deadline for Fall 2014 term is Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Students applying for SCCC scholarships must have their applications received by the Counseling & Advising Office by 6:30 p.m. on March 11, 2014. Over 90 scholarships are available, some of which have multiple awards, which means the Scholarship Committee will be awarding scholarships to well over 100 students. These scholarships range from $200 to $2,000. Students are encouraged to apply. The application can be found on-line and can be accessed by going to: [Read More]
September 23rd, 2013
SCCC Foundation Accepting Scholarship Applications For Spring Semester The Foundation at Sussex County Community College is currently accepting scholarship applications. The Foundation awards scholarships twice a year – for the fall and for the spring semesters. Over $50,000 in scholarships are planned to be awarded this year and include general support, scholarships in the Liberal Arts, Business, Math, Engineering, Science, Technology, and Nursing. Scholarships help ease the burden in these challenging economic times and make education a reality for many of SCCC students. The Foundation believes an investment in education pays high dividends for our community and appreciates the generosity ...[Read More]
February 1st, 2013
More than 100 scholarships are available to Sussex County Community College (SCCC) students and incoming students ranging from $250 to $2,000 for the Fall 2013 semester. Those scholarships include general support, scholarships in the Liberal Arts, Business, Math, Engineering, Science, Technology, and Nursing. These scholarships are available through the Foundation for SCCC. Beginning February 5th, applications are available online at: To apply for a scholarship, students must complete a scholarship application in addition to submitting a personal essay. Students are also required to provide a letter of recommendation in support of their candidacy. Please note that the ...[Read More]
July 13th, 2012
The U.S. Department of Education (ED) just released a new online interactive loan counseling tool to help students manage their debt and keep financial aid professionals in the loop. The Financial Awareness Counseling Tool aims to provide students with basic financial management information, such as their current loan debt and estimates of debt levels when interest accrues after graduation.  College financial aid professionals can monitor a student’s progress in using the tool and provide assistance if necessary. The tool provides students with five interactive tutorials on topics including managing a budget and avoiding default. Students can also access their individual loan history ...[Read More]