MCF SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
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The deadline for submitting the 2022-2023 Scholarship Application Package is April 25, 2022.
The Morton College Foundation (Foundation) sponsors and provides funding in the form of scholarships, grants, and awards listed in this booklet.
The Foundation relies on the generosity of alumni, faculty, staff, private individuals, businesses, communities, and benevolent organizations for sustained financial support.
These scholarships cover approved educational costs such as tuition, fees, books, and other expenses as directed by each donor.
The award amounts represent the maximum monetary value to be awarded during the academic year. Students are responsible to meet the fund’s eligibility criteria in order to receive the funds.
The Morton College Foundation Scholarship Committee selects the recipient(s).
Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee that an applicant will receive an award.
The Morton College Foundation reserves the right to suspend the presenting of an award.
The Foundation also reserves the right to match students with a scholarship or grant that they had not requested but for which they are eligible.
To qualify for one or more of our scholarships, please fill out the application and submit any other required information to the Morton College Foundation.
The deadline for the 2022-2023 scholarship application package is April 25, 2022.
Absolutely no late application packages will be accepted.
Except for specific transfer scholarships, the scholarships listed in this booklet are for students attending Morton College for the 2022-2023 school year.
All students are eligible to apply for Morton College Foundation scholarships regardless of immigration status.
The scholarship application package deadline is April 25, 2022.
Submit application along with all required documents to The Morton College Foundation.
All applicants must submit the following items:
- Official high school or college transcript(s). If the applicant has never attended college, submit high school transcript only.
- Two typed and signed letters of recommendation from individuals (other than family) who know the applicant well (i.e. teacher, supervisor).
- Narrative statement from the applicant describing their academic and career goals, and past experiences that have helped shape their character.
- Guidelines: one-page minimum to two pages maximum, single-spaced, 12pt Arial font, 1-inch margin on all sides, include your name.
NOTE: Some scholarships may require an additional statement.
*** Incomplete application packages will not be considered for review. ***
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