CSEM Scholarship Award Criteria

 
 
 

Category

Type of Applicant

Criteria for Consideration

Application Deadline

A

Current High School Senior

Grade Point Average (GPA) 2.5 at mid-year, senior year

Must have completed Algebra I with C or higher.

For best consideration, apply by:

  • June 10 for upcoming Fall Semester
  • Dec. 10 for upcoming Spring semester

B

Recent High School graduate (within 3 years after high school graduation)

Grade Point average 2.5 at graduation

Must have CCBC Math Placement test level of Math 082 or higher.

C

Current CCBC student

12 credits earned within last 3 years; 2.5 GPA

Must have completed MATH 081 or higher, or have CCBC Math Placement test level of Math 082 or higher.

D

Student with other higher education

12 credits within last 3 years; 2.5 GPA

Must have completed MATH 081 or higher, or have CCBC Math Placement test level of Math 082 or higher.

E

Other

  • Student with disabilities
  • Single Parent/Displaced Homemaker
  • First-in-Family college student
  • Returning Adult

Applicant must obtain a letter of recommendation from CCBC student support services.

Must have completed MATH 081 or higher, or have CCBC Math Placement test level of Math 082 or higher.

Notes:

  1. Awardees must demonstrate financial need by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year for scholarship funding.

  2. Awardees must demonstrate readiness to take MATH 082 Introductory Algebra, or higher, at time of award. This can be done by Accuplacer Math Placement test level at CCBC, or other placement method.

  3. Scholarship applications are due before each semester and awards will be made before the start of the semester. Approximately 30 awards per semester will be made.

  4. Up to 10 alternates will be selected and advanced to award as openings occur.

  5. Awardees who maintain 2.5 semester GPA and all other criteria, including successful completion of at least 12 credits per semester, and have unmet financial need, will continue the award to the next semester.

  6. Categories C & D identify students who have shown academic talent as part-time students; CSEMS award will provide financial support to become full-time student.

  7. Category E provides academic opportunities for non-traditional students.

 
 
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