PVCC Scholarships

The PVCC Educational Foundation offers more than 100 scholarships.

PVCC Educational Foundation Scholarships

The PVCC Educational Foundation offers more than 100 scholarships each year.  Scholarships to pay for attending PVCC may come from a variety of sources, and unlike loans, they do not have to be repaid. View a listing of  2017-2018 scholarships.

See the types of available scholarships and apply online.  

The application process for PVCC Educational Foundation Scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic school year will open from December 1, 2017 and close on February 1, 2018.  The deadline for all students (current, adult, home schooled and high school seniors) is February 1, 2018.  Recommendation statements must be received and all applications must be complete by the deadline - no exceptions.

What you will need before you apply:

ALL DEADLINES are February 1, 2018.

QUESTIONS: If you have any questions about the scholarships and the application process, contact the Scholarship Office at 434.961.5204 or email .

NEW SCHOLARSHIPS just announced

    Study Abroad/International Travel Scholarship

    • PVCC is currently accepting scholarship applications to provide financial assistance for students participating in PVCC’s Cultural Exploration Trip to Spain planned for May 2018. Scholarships are open to all students in good academic and disciplinary standing and who are enrolled in six credit hours or more each semester. Scholarship awards will vary in size dependent upon the candidate’s financial need.
    • Deadline: November 15, 2017
    • Apply online: https://pvcc.awardspring.com

    Monticello Bird Scholarship

    • Provides financial assistance for students to participate in PVCC’s three-credit Field Ornithology Class.
    • Deadline: December 15, 2017
    • Apply online: www.pvcc.edu/monticellobirdscholarship

    Other Scholarships

    We encourage you to research and apply for other scholarships that pertain to your goals and chosen field of study.  If a website requests a fee of any kind to process your scholarship application, they are most likely a scam and should be avoided.

    Check with civic and religious organizations in your area, such as the Kiwanis Club and Lions Club or your church.  Also, businesses may offer scholarships to their employees and eligible dependents. Deadlines for applying will vary among scholarships.

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