Snead State Community College offers a variety of scholarships to
students in recognition of their academic achievement, performance
ability, program interest, and/or financial need. To apply for scholarships, submit a completed application packet to the Financial Aid Office. To be considered for the first round of scholarship awards, scholarship application packets
must be submitted before 5 p.m. on the priority deadline set for each semester. Different applications are available based on student type as listed below:
New Students and Transfer Students
- March 2, 2020 (prior to 5 p.m.) for the Fall 2020 semester
- November 16, 2020 (prior to 5 p.m.) for the Spring 2021 semester
Presidential Honors Scholarship Application
March 2, 2020 (prior to 5 p.m.)
Returning Snead Students
2019-2020 and 2020-2021 Returning Student Scholarship Application
- April 23, 2020 (prior to 5 p.m.) for the Summer 2020 semester
- July 7, 2020 (prior to 5 p.m.) for the Fall 2020 semester
- November 19, 2020 (prior to 5 p.m.) for the Spring 2021 semester
- April 22, 2021 (prior to 5 p.m.) for the Summer 2021 semester
Applying For Snead State Scholarships
- Complete a current scholarship application. Applications are available in January of each year.
- Check any and all scholarship options that apply to your situation. The criteria for each scholarship is listed on the application. You may apply for more than one scholarship.
- Make sure to include a one-page description of your goals and how a scholarship would aid you in earning a college degree.
- All scholarships require the completion of a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Begin to complete this form in early October. The school code for Snead State is 001038. Complete the FAFSA online.
- Some scholarships require an audition or tryout before a student is selected. More information about this will be indicated on the scholarship application.
- Make sure to review the scholarship application for any other documentation you may need to apply. Only complete application packets will be considered for awards.
- For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office at (256) 840-4107 or email@example.com.
Only complete application packets will be considered for awards.
Scholarships Offered at SSCC:
- Presidential Honors
- Performing Arts
College Street Singers
- Child Development
Computer Science Technology
- Applied Business
- Industrial Systems Technology
For information on scholarships for military families, please click here.
Lakeview Community Civic Organization Scholarship Program
Athens State University Scholarship
Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education Leadership in Child Care Scholarship (LICC)
This scholarship provides financial assistance (tuition and selected fees) to qualified child care professionals working in child care centers/programs, and family and group homes to obtain a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential, Short-Term Certificate, Certificate, or Associate in Applied Science/Technology Degree in Child Development/Early Care and Education studies. Scholarship recipients must reside and work in Alabama. Applicants must apply for college admission and are encouraged to apply for financial aid prior to submitting this application. This application must be mailed to and received by the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education no later than June 1st for Fall Semester enrollment and no later than September 1st for Spring and Summer Semester enrollment.
Leadership in Child Care Scholarship Application
Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education Workforce Development Scholarship
This scholarship, provided by the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education, is available for child care professionals working in early childhood centers/ programs. This scholarship allows recipients to further their education in the field of early childhood and qualify for teaching positions in Alabama’s First Class Pre-K classrooms.
Instructions for Applying
Alabama's Fostering Hope Scholarship
Alabama’s FOSTERING HOPE SCHOLARSHIP is an investment in the post-secondary education and training goals of youth who were in the foster care system when they earned a high school diploma or GED, as well as those adopted from Alabama foster care after age 14. This comprehensive program covers tuition and fees for eligible students enrolled in a post-secondary certificate or degree program; additionally, it helps eligible high school students begin planning ahead towards achievable goals.