The 2021-2022 Clovis Community College Scholarship Application is now closed.

Review the Status of your Application

The application deadline was March 2, 2021.

The CCC Scholarship Program

The Clovis Community College Scholarship Program has helped students attending Clovis Community College achieve their educational goals. Scholarships are a financial resource provided by local businesses, community groups, alumni, and a variety of private sources. Scholarships are limited funds and awarded on a competitive and/or special criteria basis, such as grade point average or academic major. Our donors designate specific criteria based on academic achievement, educational and career goals, and financial need. Awards range from $250 to $1,500 per year.

Students need to complete the general Clovis Community College online scholarship application to be considered for any of our Institutional scholarships. However, some donors may require additional documents and/or interviews/auditions from their applicants. Please refer to each scholarship criteria for more information.

Scholarship Notification - Applications are reviewed March - June. Students who are selected will be sent an email to their school email address in July. Recipients will be advised of the terms of the 2021-2022 scholarship award, how it is disbursed during the school year and the need to maintain GPA requirements and enrollment status during the year the scholarship is received. Scholarship awards will be presented at an annual awards ceremony that will be held in September. Recipients are required to attend the awards ceremony.

Scholarship Resources

Clovis Community College Scholarship Listings

External Scholarship Opportunities

CCC and Fresno State - Scholarship Opportunities for Math Students

CCC is working with CSU Fresno to mentor interested students and help you prepare for a math major.  The math department can provide assistance with academic planning and opportunities to connect with Fresno State while still as a student at CCC.  The two programs listed below provide mentoring and scholarship opportunities.

For more information on the Math Teaching Scholars program and Noyce Scholarship Program, contact Amy Peterson: