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Three Rivers College Scholarships

Scholarship DEADLINE March 30, 2016

For more information on the following scholarships, please contact Student Programs.

Additional scholarship opportunities are available through the TRC Foundation. Click here for more information.

Application Scholarships

If you meet the criteria to receive a scholarship listed below, click on the name of the scholarship to download an application. Fill out and submit the application as is stated at the bottom of the document.

  • Rose City BNI Scholarship
    Student must be a full-time TRCC student who has shown academic excellence and determination by obtaining a minimum GPA of 3.0.  Student must also demonstrate community or campus service.   

Departmental Scholarships

The following scholarships are awarded by individual Three Rivers departments. The criteria for each scholarship is listed below in order to inspire academic excellence. You will be notified by the department if you are selected to receive the award.

English Department

The English department is offering 3 opportunities to win CASH PRIZES for your work. Submit an essay or a speech to the English Department Writing/Speech Competition. Deadline is May 30, 2016.

Writing Awards

  • Alumni Composition Award
    This award is designed to recognize exceptional writing in English 101 and 200. Essays submitted may be research essays, analytical or evaluative essays, arguments, or personal essays. All submissions must have been written in fulfillment of an assignment in English 101 or 200.
  • Alumni LIterature Award
    This award is designed to recognize exceptional writing in an English 102 or 200 level literature course. Essays submitted in this category should offer an original analysis of one or more works of literature, with or without the benfit of outside research. All submissions must have been written in fulfillment of an assignment in English 102 or a 200 level literature course.
  • The Speech Contest
    The Speech Contest recognizes the exceptional work from students in COM K173. Students are nominated by their instructors for an exemplary persuasive speech that was given in class for a grade. Nominees will be invited to present their speeches before an assembled audience and a panel of faculty judges at the Speech Contest held at the end of the Spring 2016 semester.

Humanities Department

Graphic Design

  • Graphic Design Scholarship (Full-Time Student)
    Award goes to one full-time returning student majoring in graphic design. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Recipient is determined by portfolio review.
  • Graphic Design Scholarship (Part-Time Student)
    Award goes to one part-time returning student majoring in graphic design. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Recipient is determined by portfolio review.

Fine Arts

  • Fine Arts Achievement Award
    Award goes to the student with the highest GPA who is graduating from the Visual Fine Arts Program in the given academic year.
  • Flora Lee O'Neil Award for Excellent in Painting
    Award goes to the student with the highest final grade in a painting class in the given academic year.

Humanities

  • Humanistic Studies Award
    Award goes to a graduating student who has completed a minimum of 5 humanities courses, with at least one in 3 different disciplines (anthropology, fine arts, graphic design, history, foreign language, literature, music, philosophy, women's studies). Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Given to the student with the highest GPA in the humanities courses selected for consideration.
  • Humanistic Studies Book Scholarship
    Award goes to a returning student who has completed a minimum of 4 humanities courses, with at least one in 3 different disciplines (anthropology, fine arts, graphic design, history, foreign language, literature, music, philosophy, women's studies). Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Given to the student with the highest GPA in the humanities courses selected for consideration.

Science Department

Science

  • Science Department Memorial Award (A tribute to our parents)
    Award goes to a student majoring in a program within the departments of Science, Liberal Arts and Science, or General Studies that has completed a minimum of 4 biological and/or physical science courses with labs (16 credits minimum). Must have a minimum GPA of 3.2. Coursework must have been completed at Three Rivers.
  • Science Department Scholarship
    Award goes to a student majoring in a program within the departments of Liberal Arts and Science or General Studies that has completed a minimum of 4 lab science courses (16 credits minimum) with coursework in both life sciences and the physical sciences. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 overall and in the individual coursework. Coursework must have been completed at Three Rivers.
  • William (KirK) Kirkpatrick Award
    Award goes to a student who has completed Anatomy & Physiology I & II with a grade of A- or higher in both courses. Students must have completed a minimum of 20 credits at Three Rivers with an overall GPA of 2.7 or higher.

Social Science Department

You are invited to nominate yourself for either of the following awards. If you mee the minimum criteria and want to be considered, simply speak with any Social Sciences faculty member.

Social Science

  • Social Science Scholarship
    Award goes to a student who has completed at least four Social Science courses by the end of the spring 2015 semester, with at least 3 in a social science discipline (criminal justice, economics, early childhood education, teaching pathways, human services, geography, international studies, library science, political science, psychology, and sociology). The Social Science courses must be in more than one discipline. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.5.
  • Donald Crouch Senior Memorial Award
    Award goes to a Criminal justice student who displays unusual persistence and overcomes hardships during the pursuit of a Criminal Justice degree.
  • Doug Feeney Scholarship
    Award goes to a student who has completed at least four Social Science courses by the end of the spring 2015 semester, with at least 3 in a social science discipline (criminal justice, economics, early childhood education, teaching pathways, human services, geography, international studies, library science, political science, psychology, and sociology). The Social Science courses must be in more than one discipline. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.

Student Programs Department

Student Programs

  • Student Leader Award
    Award goes to a currently enrolled student actively involved in student life. Priority goes to students serving as executive board members of an active student organization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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