Scholarships

MATC Scholarships
AVAILABLE TO APPLY NOW 

MATC PROMISE

Eligible students earn up to 75 credits of free tuition — after other scholarships and grants are applied — to complete an in-demand associate degree or technical diploma.
More information at matc.edu/Promise (link)

 

MATC RESTART 

MATC ReStart provides a scholarship for eligible returning students to pay off up to $1,500 of a past-due balance owed to the college for items such as tuition, books and other fees. ReStart is breaking down the barriers that stand between you and your dreams of going back to MATC.
More information at matc.edu/ReStart (link)

 

MATC Completion Scholarship

Through their Project Justice effort, Molson Coors is making a $100,000 commitment to the MATC Foundation to fund MATC Completion Scholarships in the 2022-23 academic year. Scholarships will be given to eligible students on a first-come, first-served basis to cover up to 12 credits of tuition, fees, and books (not to exceed $2,000). Students must apply and register for classes by July 1, 2022 to be considered for the Fall 2022 semester. 

 

2022-23 ACADEMIC YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS

RETURNING STUDENTS CAN APPLY FEBRUARY 28 – APRIL 10, 2022

NEW STUDENTS CAN APPLY JULY 5 – JULY 30, 2022

Scholarships are a great way to help pay for college and are one of many ways that you can fund your education. The MATC Foundation awards scholarships based on academic merit, leadership/participation, financial need, or any combination of these. 

Students can apply with one universal scholarship application

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PLEASE NOTE: The MATC Foundation strives to help as many students with scholarships as we can, but we receive more scholarship applications than we have funds to award.  No student is guaranteed a scholarship. 

  1. Fill out the application completely. Incomplete applications are not considered for awards.
  2. If you are unable to complete the application in one sitting, you can save it and go back and complete the application.
  3. Your application will be reviewed. If you are chosen to receive a scholarship for the 2022-2023 Academic Year you will be notified through your MATC student Gmail account.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How do you define new students or returning students?
    A new student is anyone who has not been a MATC college student in the past. The student could be a recent graduate of a high school or someone who has been out of high school for a while but has never enrolled at MATC. A new, incoming student could also be someone transferring from another college or university to MATC. Returning students are those students who are currently attending classes for an associate Degree or technical diploma at MATC or had previously attended classes at MATC.
  2. Is there a minimum GPA or credit requirement? 
    Yes, a minimum GPA of 2.0 and enrollment in at least six credits is required to apply for a scholarship. However, all scholarships have criteria that were set up by the benefactor detailing what is required by a student to be awarded the scholarship. The student is applying for all scholarships listed by completing the MATC Foundation general scholarship application. 
  3. Do you adhere firmly to the application deadline?
    Yes.
  4. What do I need to complete once I’ve received a scholarship offer?
    Scholarship recipients must accept their scholarship offer, complete a student profile, and be enrolled in Fall semester classes by the time Fall classes begin or risk losing their scholarship.
  5. I received a scholarship, but the money has not been applied to my account. What should I do? 
    Scholarship awards are generally applied to charges for tuition, fees, and books directly through the financial aid office; any remaining balance is the responsibility of the student. Students will need to check with the financial aid office to see if any payments are still due following their scholarship award. 
  6. For more information, please read "How to Apply" -

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DACA PLUS SCHOLARSHIP/ BECAS DACA PLUS

This scholarship is now part of the regular scholarship application. Please see the information under 2022-23 Academic Year Scholarships for more information.

 

External Scholarships

A list of scholarships available from outside organizations and an application are available here (link).

External scholarships use their own application and are not part of the MATC Foundation.