Pearl River Community College provides a variety of scholarship opportunities for students from institutional and private sources. Recipients must be enrolled on a full-time basis and in some instances, are required to maintain specific academic standards.
Eligibility is based on composite ACT score, scholastic average in high school, or high school participation in career & technical programs.
Awarded to students involved in athletic and service endeavors while in college.
Made available through gifts from individuals, corporations, and organizations. Students can now apply for Foundation scholarships through RiverGuide. The priority enrollment date for Foundation Scholarships is the last Thursday in July for the fall semester. This is just a priority date and students enrolled afterwards will be considered for Foundation Scholarships that have not yet been awarded.
The Office of Financial Aid will make every attempt to publish private scholarship opportunities below.
Faculty/Staff Tuition Waiver
Pearl River Community College employees and their spouses/dependents are eligible for a waiver of tuition. The tuition waiver form must be completed for each semester of enrollment. Please note the policies listed on the form.
Distinguished Young Women Scholarship
Pearl River Community College supports the Junior Miss Pageants that are presented in the PRCC six county service district. A scholarship equal to the value of regular tuition is awarded to each pageant winner. The scholarship is available for a maximum of four semesters and recipients are required to maintain the standards established for academic scholarship recipients. Click here for more information about the program.
Senior Citizen Discount
Persons 65 or older may be eligible for a tuition waiver to enroll in courses for credit on a space available basis. Applications are available in the Office of Financial Aid and by clicking the link below. Applicants must submit their birth certificate or driver’s license for the discount to be considered. This discount covers tuition only. Student is responsible for all other applicable fees.
Child Care Accesss Means Parents In School (CCAMPIS)
This grant is intended to alleviate some financial burdens for college students who are also parents of young children to allow them to focus on their studies and, in turn, increase their likelihood of academic success and, ultimately, graduation. Grant funds may be used for both off-campus state certified daycare centers and for the PRCC Child Development Lab School. The CCAMPIS grant will help with daycare expenses for PRCC students with children aged 6 weeks through 4 years. To qualify for CCAMPIS childcare assistance, students must be enrolled in at least 15 credit hours per semester. To apply for funds, complete the CCAMPIS application at PRCC CCAMPIS Application. For more information, please call (601) 403-1123.
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