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Scholarships

Priority deadline for MCTC scholarships is April 15.

Maysville Community and Technical College is able to offer a variety of scholarships to deserving students thanks to the many generous businesses, organizations and individuals who have made gifts to MCTC expressly for this purpose. Scholarships are a great source of aid because they are considered a gift and do not have to be repaid; therefore, we strongly encourage you to apply.

Scholarships at MCTC are limited and can vary significantly in the amount awarded, as well as in the eligibility criteria. Please keep in mind that not all applicants receive awards; however, all students are encouraged to apply!

Click here to apply for all MCTC Foundation Scholarships

Return all non-electronic applications, letters and supporting documentation to:

Maysville Community and Technical College
ATTN: Cara Clarke
1755 US Hwy 68
Maysville, KY 41056

Have a question about scholarships? Contact Cara Clarke at 606-759-7141 ext. 66176.

Black Achievers Scholarships (Black Achievers Program)
Two scholarships will be awarded to high school graduates.
Criteria: Successful completion of the Black Achievers Program
Application: Complete the Black Achievers Scholarship Application, submit a letter of recommendation from your Programs Senior Cluster and a copy of your Senior Scholarship Packet or Portfolio. For application and address information go to the Scholarships page.

Crounse Corporation Scholarship (Enrolled in High Demand Career Program)
Three Crounse Corporation Scholarships will be awarded to students enrolled in high demand career programs. 
Criteria: Recipient does not qualify for financial aid, grants or does not receive sufficient aid. 
Application: To apply, complete the Crounse Corporate Scholarship Application.

John T. Smith Scholarship
John T. Smith Scholarships recognize minority residents of Kentucky who have demonstrated the potential for academic success.

Criteria:
- Must be a Kentucky resident
- Must maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher
- Must have completed the current FAFSA
- Must reapply each academic year
- Scholarship recipients must provide a thank you letter to the donor

Kentucky Colonels Better Life Scholarship
The Kentucky Colonels Better Life Scholarship will be awarded to a Kentucky resident who is a single, working parent with one or more child(ren) under the age of 12.
Criteria: The student must be enrolled full-time and be pursing an associate degree.
Application: To apply, complete the Kentucky Colonels Better Life Scholarship Application and a thank you letter to the Kentucky Colonels and submit to Cara Clarke, 1755 U. S. Highway 68, Maysville, Kentucky 41056.

KHEAA Work Ready Scholarship
The Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship helps Kentuckians who have not yet earned an associate's degree afford an industry-recognized certificate or credential. Visit the KHEAA Work Ready Scholarship page to learn more about eligibility criteria and to fill out the scholarship application. 

The below scholarships are awarded to deserving current students who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid.

Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Application: To apply for any of the scholarships listed below, complete the MCTC Foundation Scholarship form. You will only need to submit the Foundation application ONE TIME.

Alene Allison Memorial Scholarships (Open to All Maysville Campus Students)
These scholarships are awarded to deserving Maysville Campus students who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 9 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Brooklyn Heminger Memorial Scholarship (St. Patricks or Mason County Graduate)
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving graduate from St. Patrick or Mason County High School in Mason County who does not receive other aid forms or does not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Burnette Family Charitable Foundation Scholarships (Open to All MCTC Students)
These scholarships are awarded to deserving students who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid. Preference given to allied health students.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 9 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average (gpa) each semester.
 
Dr. Mitchel Denham Scholarship (Open to All MCTC Students)
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student who does not receive other aid forms or does not receive enough aid. Preference given to an allied health student attending the Maysville Campus.
Criteria: Recipient must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average (gpa) each semester.
 
Esther Louise Williams Memorial Scholarships (Open to Students from Harrison and Mason Counties)
These scholarships are awarded to deserving students from Harrison or Mason County who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 9 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Ellen Walton Memorial Scholarship (Open to All MCTC Students)
This scholarship is awarded to deserving students who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 9 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Jean W. Calvert Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to deserving students who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

K. Bruce Florence Leadership Scholarship (Open to Harrison County High School Graduates)
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving HCHS student who does not receive other aid forms or does not receive enough aid. Student must demonstrate leadership qualities related to school or community service.
Criteria: Recipient must be taking at least 9 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Lillian Rice GED Scholarship (GED Graduate Enrolled at MCTC)
Criteria: Must be a GED recipient and be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Student must maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

MCTC GED Scholarship (GED Graduate Enrolled at MCTC)
Criteria: Recipient must be a GED recipient and be at enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. Student must maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Meadowview Regional Medical Center Scholarships (Open to MCTC Nursing Students)
These scholarships are awarded to deserving nursing students who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid. Preference given to allied health students.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 9 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average (gpa) each semester.
 
Mike Denham Leadership Scholarship (Open to Mason County or St. Patrick High School Graduates)
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving MCHS or SPS student who does not receive other aid forms or does not receive enough aid. Student must demonstrate leadership qualities related to school or community service.
Criteria: Recipient must be taking at least 9credit hours and maintain at least a 2.5 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

N. O. Kimbler (Mason County)
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student from Mason County who does not receive other aid forms or does not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Noma Blake Memorial Scholarship (Nursing Student Residing in Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason or Robertson Counties)
This scholarship is awarded to a nursing student who must be a resident of Mason, Lewis, Fleming, Bracken, or Robertson counties,
Criteria: Applicant must be a full-time student (12 credit hours), demonstrate financial need and maintain a 3.0 grade point average (gpa).

Robert M. Blake Scholarship Fund (Residents of Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason or Robertson Counties)
The recipient of this scholarship must be a resident of Mason, Lewis, Fleming, Bracken, or Robertson counties.
Criteria: Applicant must be a full-time student (12 credit hours), demonstrate financial need and maintain a 3.0 grade point average (gpa).

Rosa Trumbo Memorial Scholarships (Residents of Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, Nicholas and Robertson Counties in KY, Brown and Adams Counties in OH)
This scholarship is awarded to deserving students from the Maysville campus service area who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Roy D. Rice Agricultural Scholarship (Mason County Graduates Pursuing Agricultural Related Field)
This scholarship is awarded to a deserving graduate from a high school in Mason County who plans to pursue a degree in an agricultural related field.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Thomas Memorial Scholarships (Residents of Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, Nicholas and Robertson Counties in KY, Brown and Adams Counties in OH)
This scholarship is awarded to deserving students from the Maysville campus service area (Mason, Bracken, Fleming Lewis, Robertson and Nicholas counties in KY, and Brown and Adams counties in OH) who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Victor and Edna Caproni Memorial Scholarships (Mason County Graduates)
This scholarship is awarded to deserving graduates from high schools in Mason County who do not receive other aid forms or do not receive enough aid.
Criteria: Recipients must be taking at least 12 credit hours and maintain at least a 2.50 grade point average (gpa) each semester.

Kentucky Colonels Better Life Scholarship
Two $2,500 scholarships per KCTCS college to be used towards tuition only. This scholarship is intended for first time, full-time students who are earning a two-year degree and/or transferring to a four year institution. It is awarded for 4 semesters if satisfactory progress is made.
Criteria: Applicants must be single working parents with child(ren) under age 12 and must must demonstrate enthusiasm for learning and potential for academic success. Applicants must complete the FAFSA and demonstrate financial need not met by other sources. Recipients must write the Kentucky Colonels a thank you letter.