Transition Advantage Scholarship
What will the Transition Advantage Scholarship fund?
The Transition Advantage Scholarship is available for students during their first year as a full-time student at a CCC campus or center. It will fund up to 12 credit-hours of tuition, beginning with funding credits in the fall semester. If the financial aid standards of progress are met in the fall (67 percent or higher of credits completed with a GPA of 2.0 or higher), tuition for six additional credits will be awarded in the spring semester. This scholarship helps pay tuition. It will not cover additional expenses such as fees, books, residence halls or meal charges.
How do I qualify?
All students who meet the following criteria are eligible:
- Must have completed and earned a grade of “C” or higher in at least 12 graded credit hours through CCC prior to graduation from high school. Tech Prep/High School Articulation credit hours do not apply.
- Must register and attend CCC as a full-time student within one year after high school graduation to receive the award.
- Must have completed all 12 credit hours through CCC prior to high school graduation.
- Must be a U.S. citizen, an eligible non-citizen, DACA-eligible or other.
Are there specific courses I need to take in high school?
No, courses can be in general education programs, technical programs or a combination of both.
How do I apply?
In December of your senior year in high school, if you meet or plan to meet the eligibility requirements, you're encouraged to complete the online application by March 1, 2022.
Ron Kluck, Dean of ELS
Jamey Peterson-Jones, Early College Director
Karin Rieger, Associate Dean of ELS
Erica Leffler, Regional Director of ELS
Grand Island Campus
Susan Hooker, Associate Dean of ELS
Jerry Dunn, Regional Director of ELS
Jason Davis, Associate Dean of ELS
Diana Watson, Regional Director of ELS
Dr. Kelly Christensen, Dean of Training
Ruth Kirkland, Learning Center Manager
Amy Hill, Regional Director of ELS
Ord Learning Center
Dr. Crystal Ramm, Regional Director of ELS