Hudson County Community College was established to provide the people who reside in our County with the education and skills that will benefit them economically and socially. The College is constantly evaluating the challenges and demands of today’s economy and markets creating programs and courses of study to help our community thrive.
The need for acquiring a college education is a must today. Despite everyone’s best efforts, the cost for that education is increasing, making it more difficult for some students to afford. Recognizing this, the Hudson County Government Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance for students who otherwise would not be able to attend Hudson County Community College. These scholarships provide financial assistance that bridges the gap between the College’s tuition and fees and the support available through other financial aid programs.
Through HCCC, each year the Hudson County Executive and the Board of Chosen Freeholders award scholarships that provide support for tuition and fees (after all other appropriate financial aid and scholarships are applied). These scholarships benefit Hudson County residents who have attained a record of academic success and want to pursue an associate’s degree at Hudson County Community College. Each scholarship is renewable for up to three years, provided the applicant remains in good academic standing.
HUDSON COUNTY GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
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COMPLETE APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY AUGUST 1st
Mail or Deliver Application to:Vice President for the North Hudson Center & Student AffairsATTENTION: HCGS4800 Kennedy BoulevardUnion City, NJ 07087
SECTION 1: SCHOLARSHIP GUIDELINES AND ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
1. Applicants must reside in Hudson County to be considered for scholarship eligibility.
2. Currently enrolled students may apply.
3. Applicants must meet the standard admission requirements set forth by the institution (see HCCC catalog).
4. Applicants must enroll as a full-time student at Hudson County Community College.
5. Applicants must submit a financial aid application to the college, although it is not a requirement to submit the form to the state or federal government.
6. Scholarship recipients must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 to maintain scholarship eligibility. Should a student’s GPA fall below the minimum requirement, they will have a one semester grace period to bring the GPA up to the required minimum. Should the student fail to bring the GPA up to the required minimum at the end of the grace period, the student will lose their scholarship eligibility.
7. This scholarship may not be applied to prior balances.
8. The annual deadline for complete scholarship applications is August 1st. (Should that date fall on the day when the College is closed, the deadline would be the first day that the College is open after August 1st).
SECTION 2: PERSONAL INFORMATION
SECTION 3: EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
SECTION 4: PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENTS/ACCOMPLISHMENTS
SECTION 5: FINANCIAL NEED ANALYSIS
SECTION 6: PERSONAL GOALS
SECTION 7: STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES
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I understand that only complete applications submitted by the published deadline will be considered.
I certify that the information given in this application is complete, accurate and true. This application grants HCCC permission to release any information deemed appropriate for use in advertising, printed materials, news releases, correspondence with donors, or other legitimate use deemed proper including, but not limited to grades, success stories, photographs, biographies, etc.
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