JWCC Institutional Scholarships
A variety of institutional scholarships are available to prospective and returning students. When applying for a scholarship you must submit the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1 for the upcoming year.
Academic Talent Scholarship. Student must be a full-time student and have demonstrated academic achievement through high ACT/SAT score, class rank, and high school GPA. If awarded the student must maintain a certain GPA. These awards are not based on need. (Awarded through Admissions Office) (form) Completing the form will allow you to apply for both the Academic and Leadership Scholarships at the same time.
Leadership Talent Scholarship. Student must be a full-time student and have demonstrated leadership achievement through high school and community involvement. If awarded the student must be active in Student Life at JWCC. These awards are not based on need. (Awarded through Admissions Office) (form) Completing the form will allow you to apply for both the Academic and Leadership Scholarships at the same time.
Non-traditional Scholarship. Student must be adult or minority student possessing strong academic skills, financial need or a special circumstance. (Awarded through Admissions Office) (form)
Fine Arts- Music Scholarship. Student must be involved with vocal or instrumental music. The student must audition with the Music Department and participation in the Music program is required. All awardees are determined by the music faculty. (Awarded through the Music Department - 217-641-4999)
Fine Arts- Visual Arts Scholarship. Student must fulfill work requirements for the visual arts department. The student must pass a portfolio review. All awardees are determined by the visual arts faculty. (Awarded through the Visual Arts Department - 217-641-4997)
Athletic Scholarship. These awards are awarded by the athletic coaches of each respective sport. Participation in intercollegiate athletics at JWCC is expected. (Awarded through the Athletic Department - 217-641-4976)
Student Support Services Scholarship. Awards are based on qualifications for the Student Support Services program. (Awarded through Student Support Services - 217-641-4343)
JWCC Foundation Scholarship Information. Most general and program scholarships from the Foundation are awarded in the spring and are used the following academic year. Applications become available in late December from the Foundation Office.
WIRC-CAA Scholarships - Western Illinois Regional Council - Community Action Agency for residents of Hancock, Henderson, McDonough and Warren Counties. Traditional and non-traditional scholarships available. For more information visit http://www.wirpc.org or call (309) 837-2997 (follow the link to see an application).
Illinois Department of Public Health - Center for Rural Health - The Center for Rural Health administers a number of scholarship programs for students in the health professions. All programs require scholarship recipients to practice in an underserved area upon completion of their training. For more information visit http://www.idph.state.il.us/about/rural_health/rural_home.htm.
The Army Women's Foundation Legacy Scholarship Program - The Legacy Scholarship program offers financial support to all Army women who are serving, or have honorably served, and their children. Scholarships are based on merit, academic potential, community service, letters of recommendation, and need. For more information visit The Army Women's Foundation Legacy Scholarship Program.