Any AACC credit or noncredit student who has a MyAACC username and password is encouraged to complete an application for scholarships. Remember to complete the FAFSA and watch your MyAACC student email account for further instructions about your application.
To get started, select the year you wish to apply for and use your AACC username and password as a single sign-on to access the application.
Generous donors have supported scholarships through gifts to the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation Inc. AACC's credit students can apply for these scholarships by completing just one online application.
In addition to completing the scholarship application, you must:
Scholarships are available for some noncredit programs that earn a Workforce Training Certificate. AACC Foundation scholarships, CEWD Institutional scholarships and Maryland scholarships are available.
To apply for these scholarships, you must complete the CEWD Scholarship Application. Also, you are highly encouraged to complete your FAFSA. Access the AACC Scholarship Portal to complete the CEWD Scholarship Application.
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Access the AACC Scholarship Portal to complete the application.
You must use your MyAACC username and password to access the application.
Go to the Register for Noncredit Classes webpage and follow the instructions under How to Register for Noncredit Classes.
In addition to completing the scholarship application, you are highly encouraged to complete a FAFSA.
Be sure to list AACC as one of your schools using the AACC Federal School Code 002058.
AACC does not require financial documents related to verification of income to be submitted for students applying only for CEWD Institutional scholarships. You may be asked to provide documentation to verify your citizenship status.
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To apply for these scholarships, you must complete the AACC Foundation Scholarship Application. Once complete, the applications for these specific programs will be made available to potentially eligible candidates.
In addition to scholarships, these programs offer mentoring, internship opportunities and other resources for students who receive these scholarships.
The Cybersecurity, Networking and Digital Forensics department is excited to share the following grant and scholarship opportunities with our students:
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? The Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Entrepreneurial Studies Scholarship program includes an Entrepreneurial Studies Scholarship, an Internship Scholarship, a Small Business Owner Scholarship and a Seed Fund award.
Any credit or noncredit AACC student, regardless of their field of study, can take advantage of the services and resources of the Entrepreneurial Studies Institute program and scholarships.
To develop emerging leaders in global and national security from underrepresented groups and backgrounds, the Pallas Foundation has created a new scholarship program in homeland security for AACC students.
The Crosby Marketing Scholars Program creates greater opportunities for underrepresented students from diverse backgrounds to pursue degrees and future careers in the advertising and public relations fields.
AACC has announced a new dealer training scholarship, the Live! Casino & Hotel Scholarship, which provides full tuition scholarships to eligible new students.
AACC is committed to enhancing programs and services for students who are the first in their families to attend college, who need to build a foundation for success in college-level classes, and who are low income or an ethnic minority, to meet their academic goals. One of the objectives of Student Achievement and Success Program (SASP) is to enhance student success by identifying SASP students who meet the eligibility requirements and award them an incentive scholarship.
Eligible AACPS students who take classes while in high school will no longer be charged tuition and fees. Eligible AACPS affiliated home-schooled students or students that attend a partnering private school can take classes at a 25% discount.
The purpose of the Edward T. and Mary A. Conroy Memorial Scholarship Program is to provide financial assistance to certain students due to their eligible military or public safety service, or their eligible family or marital relationship to such an individual. To apply, please use the AACC Scholarship Portal.
The purpose of the 911, Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant is to provide financial assistance to United States armed forces personnel who served in the Afghanistan or Iraq Conflicts, and their son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter, or spouse attending a Maryland postsecondary institution.
Learn more about Maryland state grants and scholarships on the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) website.
CHECK YOUR MAIL/EMAIL FOR NOTIFICATIONS FROM MHEC
The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) will begin evaluating information provided on the FAFSA or MSFAA after March 1. Emails will be sent directly to you from MHEC. Meeting all required deadlines is important to help secure any MHEC grants and scholarships.
The Maryland College Aid Processing System (MDCAPS) is the online system used for students to view the status of their potential state grants. In order to access this system, you must create an MDCAPS account by visiting the MDCAPS website.
Once your account has been created you can view all required outstanding documents under Check Your Application Status. All documents must be submitted to MHEC by the required deadline as stated in the instructions.
3. IF AWARDED, YOU MUST ACCEPT YOUR AWARD
MHEC will notify you when they have awarded you a grant or scholarship. If you fail to accept the award(s) within the allotted time frame through MDCAPS, the award will be canceled and not reinstated.
MHEC and the AACC financial aid office are in constant communication with updates and changes to awards throughout the school year.
Financial aid will be disbursed after course start dates, drop deadlines and after attendance has been confirmed. You also must meet all eligibility requirements as notified by our office and the specific requirements for each award offer.
If you plan to transfer to a four-year school, there are several transfer scholarships for which you may be eligible. If you are transferring to another school immediately, contact your new school’s financial aid and/or admissions office to learn what scholarships they may offer. Make sure you complete the FAFSA in addition to any scholarships you plan to apply for.
There is a lot of money out there for students seeking help with college, but it’s up to you, the student, to find and apply for it. Start your scholarship search early and be aware of application requirements and deadlines. Talk to friends and family. Contact local clubs and community organizations. Learn how to spot potential fraud and identity theft. You can get started with the resources below.
Depending on the type and amount of the award, "need-based" aid may have to be adjusted if a student receives additional outside scholarships.