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ACC Scholarships

ACC Foundation scholarship application and instructions

The ACC Foundation administers numerous scholarships for ACC students based on financial need, family status, educational background, or academic major.

If you are a current or prospective ACC student, complete the General Scholarship Application to be considered for all currently available ACC Foundation scholarships for the 2015-16 school year.  Priority deadline to apply is May 1 (April 1 for summer scholarships and the College Connection scholarship).  Students complete just this one application to be considered for all ACC Foundation scholarships for which they are eligible (some scholarships may require additional information and you will be prompted to supply it after submitting the General Application).

Click here for application instructions.  Trouble getting the application to load?  Be sure to use the latest version of your web browser, and click "yes" to proceed to the website if you get a Google certificate warning.

High school seniors

Complete the General Scholarship Application to be considered for all 2015-16 ACC Foundation scholarships.  The priority deadline for the College Connection Scholarship is April 1.

STEM scholarships

T-STEM scholarships for 2014-15 are still available for students enrolled in 9 credit hours in eligible programs (exceptions to the 9 hour requirement can be made for students in their final semester). Review the eligibility requirements and submit your application (including essay and high school transcripts/GED scores) to any campus financial aid office for consideration.  Please allow 3-4 weeks for processing once all documents have been received.  Awards are first-come, first-served until the funding runs out.

Huston-Tillotson transfer scholarships

If you plan to attend ACC before transferring to Huston-Tillotson University, we have scholarship and mentoring opportunities for you! 

Scholarship Tips

Basic application tips

Essay writing tips

Tips for references writing letters of recommendation

Avoiding scams



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