The student scholarship program at Camden County College is administered through the Camden County College Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation formed in 1992 to enhance the College’s tradition of academic excellence and student success. As the College’s partner, the Foundation is committed to helping Camden County College students realize eir dreams of a quality, meaningful higher education and career.
The scholarship application process for most scholarships closed on March 15. The scholarship committee will be reviewing applications until late April. Students who have applied through the online application camdencc.awardspring.com will be notified in early May whether or not they have received a scholarship.
The Martin W. Langan Scholarship
Currently, we are still taking applications for The Martin W. Langan Scholarship. The Martin W. Langan Scholarship is awarded to students with a 3.0 minimum GPA, with financial need and a minimum of 9 credits completed. First-generation college students preferred. Students are required to submit a 750 word minimum essay describing their most significant challenges and accomplishments in life. Scholarship amounts vary. Students can apply through the same online application at camdencc.awardspring.com.
If you have questions, please feel free to contact Melissa Daly at email@example.com.
Helpful Links & External Scholarships
Below you’ll find scholarships available from other sources. Any questions regarding the following links should be directed to the contact person listed on that page.
Peter J. McGuire AFL-CIO Scholarships-for students who have an immediate family member in and AFL-CIO Union.Deadline is August 1, 2020. Peter J. McGuire Application
Battleship New Jersey Scholarship – Deadline April 1, 2020. Battleship New Jersey Application