SMC offers over 250 scholarships based on a wide range of qualifications that extend beyond academic performance.
While we do offer many academic merit-based scholarships (including nearly a full-tuition scholarship for top performers), we also offer scholarships for those pursuing certain majors, who come from a specific community or high school, have leadership experience, and much more.
All graduating high school seniors are automatically considered for academic scholarships when they apply for admission, but other scholarships require separate applications.
Browse SMC scholarships below and apply for all the ones for which you qualify.
SMC also accepts scholarships from outside sources. Click here to learn about private scholarships.
TIP: All students should fill out the Endowment Scholarship application. Endowed scholarships are donated by generous individuals and have various donor-specified requirements, such as being from a certain county or pursuing a certain major. Fill out this general application and we'll let you know if you qualify for any of the endowed scholarships.
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Before you can apply for scholarships you must...
- Apply to SMC
- Request that official transcripts or GED verification from your high school and any colleges you have attended be sent to SMC
- File the FAFSA (for need-based scholarships)
Note: You’ll need your SMC student ID number, which you received on your acceptance letter, to apply for scholarships. If you no longer have your letter and don’t remember your ID, contact First Year Experience at 269-782-1499.
The Spring Into Action Scholarship helps pay for spring 2021 classes. New and current students may be eligible. Learn more and apply for the Spring Into Action Scholarship here.
For students attending SMC between September 2020-August 2021
For students attending SMC between September 2021-August 2022