Awards are competitive, based on criteria established by the donors of each scholarship. The Mayland Community College Scholarship Committee, made up of MCC faculty and staff, reviews applications and selects recipients. The MCC Foundation awards scholarships without regard to race, creed, religion, color, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, or physical disability.
Scholarship for the Applied Engineering Associate Degree is available to High School Graduates who have successfully completed 16 credit hours of the College and Career Promise Program (CCP). The Mayland Promise will cover tuition and fees for the remainder (up to two years) of the Associate Degree in the Applied Engineering program with Mayland Community College (MCC).
Fill out an application in the AwardSpring Scholarship software using the below link. Incomplete applications will result in automatic rejection. Only complete applications will be reviewed.
Application deadline: 11:59 p.m. June 30, 2021.
Community Scholarships are awarded to Mayland Community College students through separate applications and often have specific criteria and requirements such as additional essays. Organizations may choose to set up a scholarship as a community scholarship or as an MCC Foundation scholarship.