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Current Scholarship Opportunities

Listed below are internal scholarships available through Wallace Community College (WCC) and external (outside) scholarships available through sources outside WCC.  The external scholarships listed are provided for your information only.  Questions regarding external scholarships should be directed to that particular outside agency.

Institutional, Leadership Development, Performing Arts and Foundation scholarships information can be found on the How to Apply for Scholarships page.

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Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's 2020 Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship (External)


The Financial Aid Office has received information about the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s 2020 Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. The application for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship is now available. In order to apply, applicants must submit an electronic application through the Common App for Transfer, which can be accessed via the Foundation’s website at www.jkcf.org, by Wednesday, November 20, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. CST. If you need additional information, contact Carla Cribbs, the JKCF Faculty Representative at Wallace Community College. Her contact information is as follows: ccribbs@wallace.edu or 334-556-2502.

American Welding Society Foundation Scholarships (External)


Since 1991, the AWS Foundation has helped students from around the world to realize their dreams and make them a reality. AWS Foundation scholarships help students with their financial obligations; they help to cover a variety of school expenses such as tuition and fees, books and other supplies.



ESCC acts as a clearinghouse for scholarship information and applications to the E.L. Gibson Foundation. The main purpose of this foundation is to promote better health of the residents in specific Wiregrass areas. One of the major ways of accomplishing this goal is to provide scholarships to assist persons seeking a degree in the health care field, especially nursing (LPN and RN), radiology technicians, laboratory technicians, respiratory therapy technicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and medical doctors. The E.L. Gibson Foundation Board of Directors meets four times per year to award scholarships. Applications must be submitted by the following deadlines to be considered for the next award cycle. Deadlines: February 28, May 31, August 31, and November 30. Applicants must be permanent residents of Coffee County or the immediate surrounding areas of Geneva, Dale, or Covington County as far west as Opp. New applicants should download the application, complete it, and send it along with all other requested items to the address on the application. NOTE: This application form is used only for this scholarship.