Any current or prospective credit student (full or part time) who has completed the AACC admissions application and declared a program of study can submit a scholarship application. Each scholarship may have its own requirements and deadlines, so be sure to read directions carefully.
AACC offers more than 200 scholarships created and administered by the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation. These scholarships are funded through the generous donations of private individuals and groups with individual awards ranging from $200 to $4,000.
Applying for AACC scholarships is easy. There's just one application for all 200! Complete your FAFSA, review your award letter, then submit a scholarship application through MyAACC.
The School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development offers scholarships for some noncredit programs that earn a Workforce Training Certificate.
Review a list of eligible programs, application materials and instructions.
Several academic departments offer and administer their own scholarships and there are many scholarships specific to students studying a particular subject. Some of these opportunities are listed below, but many more exist. You may wish to contact your department directly to learn about additional funding opportunities.
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.
Certificate or degree-seeking mechatronics students can receive financial help with his or her college education through the Drs. Richard and Jewell Wunderlich Scholarship. To apply, complete the AACC Institutional Scholarship application on MyAACC.
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.