CCC Foundation provides scholarship money for students taking Clinton Community College courses in the high school. Eligible students are asked to complete the CAP Scholarship Application by the deadlines noted below and outlined in the application. CAP Scholarship awards are applied after all other funding sources are applied to the tuition bill.
To be eligible high school students taking classes through the College Advancement Program (CAP). The scholarship award may not exceed three courses per semester. The amount of the scholarship will vary each semester and depend on the amount available and the number of students applying. To qualify for the scholarship, students must meet the following criteria:
- Be a junior or senior in high school,
- Attend a CCC CAP participating high school
- Demonstrate financial need or extenuating circumstance,
- Register for at least one CAP class, and
- Meet all the pre/co-requisites required for the classes in which the student is registered.
Documentation of financial need must be presented by the school official completing the financial need portion of the application. It should be noted that if a student does not meet the qualifications for the governmental assistance programs listed on the application, they still may qualify for a scholarship.
Fall Semester Deadline: in September
Spring Semester Deadline: in February
(see application for specific dates)
Any application received after the deadlines will not be considered for the scholarship. Students will be notified prior to the tuition due date whether they received a scholarship and the amount of the award. Scholarships are awarded each semester if funds are available and applicants must submit a new application for each semester.
Return the completed application to:
Your CAP guidance counselor or directly to
Clinton Community College
136 Clinton Point Drive
Plattsburgh, NY 12901