There are scholarships of all different kinds available to students. Here, we will provide information on a number of local scholarships. If you are interested in searching for scholarships on a larger scale, consider using websites such as Big Future by the College Board, Cappex, Scholarships.com, or Fastweb. There are a large number of additional scholarship search websites. It is also a good idea to look for scholarships directly on the website of the college or university you plan to attend. As a general rule, you should never pay to apply for a scholarship.
Local Scholarships (listed by Penta-only scholarships first, and then by application
Stay tuned for scholarships to be added for the 2017-2018 school year!
Owens Tech Prep Scholarship
Due: July 1, 2017, but encouraged to turn in all paperwork to Penta counselor by May 12, 2017
Owens Community College offers Tech Prep scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have participated in a Tech Prep career pathway within the Greater Northwest Ohio Tech Prep Consortium. The maximum award is $2,000 total ($1,000 per year) or $500 per semester for four semesters to cover tuition, fees, and an allotment for books that are not covered by other financial aid, such as the Federal Pell Grant, as long as the student maintains eligibility. This scholarship does not pay for supplies, lab fees, course fees, and other institutional fees.
Students must obtain the Tech Prep Scholarship Application and complete it in order to be considered. The 2017-2018 deadline for the application and all documentation is July 1, 2017.
To qualify for the Owens Community College Tech Prep Scholarship, students:
- Must have earned a minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale by the end of their 7th high school semester;
- Enroll at Owens Community College for the fall semester immediately following high school graduation;
- Enroll in at least 12 graded credit hours each semester (continuous full-time student enrollment in fall and spring semesters is required in order to continue receiving the scholarship);
- Declare an associate degree program related to the chosen high school Tech Prep career pathway;
- Indicate the intent to obtain a certificate, or to obtain an associate degree for transfer to another college or for the job market;
- Have instructional and general fee charges which are not being paid by other financial aid, such as the Federal Pell Grant.