Scholarships are available from a number of sources, including KCTCS, state governments, and private funders. In addition to the options listed below, you may also want to explore scholarship sources offered by your local community or through the Web. To apply for a scholarship you must fill out an application and return before the deadline. Links to the applications can be found below or contact our Scholarship Coordinator Christina Neace at email@example.com, or visit the main BCTC Scholarship Webpage.
*Note: Winchester-Clark Co. Chamber of Commerce Scholarship (Multiple Scholarships for $350 and $500);
Criteria: Must live and work in Clark Co. and be enrolled as a non-traditional student.
This state program awards scholarship to Kentucky students who earn a 2.5 GPA or higher in high school.
The President's Scholarship goes to students in each of the KCTCS colleges who have outstanding academic performance and unmet financial need. For more information, contact the college you plan to attend.
This fund supports minority students at KCTCS who maintain a 2.5 GPA, plan to attend a four-year institution, and have unmet financial need. For more information, contact the college you plan to attend.
Kentucky residents who are valedictorians, salutatorians or members of the upper 10 percent of their high school graduating class are eligible for this award.
Criteria: GPA 3.0. Clark Co resident, Member of Clark Co Farm Bureau.
Criteria: Enrolled at Winchester-Clark Co Campus, medical field.
Criteria: GPA 2.0, enrolled at Winchester-Clark Co Campus.
Criteria: GPA 2.0, Clark Co Resident, graduate of GRC.
Criteria GPA 2.0, Clark Co Resident, currently enrolled or completed 12 credit hours at Winchester-Clark Co. Campus.
Criteria: GPA 3.0, Clark Co resident, outstanding leadership and community involvement.
Criteria: Winchester-Clark Co firefighter enrolled at Winchester-Clark Co Campus, or Winchester-Clark Co. enrolled in Fire Rescue, or Children of Winchester-Clark Co firefighter enrolled at Winchester-Clark Co Campus.