Looking for a scholarship to help pay for school? Contact Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology today for more information on scholarship opportunities. Scholarships may be available to those who qualify.
Alternative funding sources like a college scholarship can be an important component of your overall financial plan. Spartan College offers a variety of internal scholarship opportunities to assist in paying for college. Contact the Student Finance Department for additional details and the application process.
In addition, scholarships in several areas of study are offered through many outside organizations. Every year many scholarship dollars go unused simply because no one applies for them. Scholarships can be awarded for various reasons and are based on different criteria. The requirements may be very specific or very general. Some may include:
Please note: You must submit a completed enrollment agreement to attend Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology in order to be eligible to apply for any of our Spartan College administered scholarships.
Important: Outside scholarships are funds awarded to a student by a third party and have their own requirements, deadlines and application procedures. Students usually research these scholarships independently, but scholarship databases and websites can be provided to help get you started. Outside scholarships from companies, foundations, civic and religious organizations and employer tuition benefits are common examples.
Outside scholarship awards apply to student financial aid packages and are counted as financial assistance. If an outside scholarship exceeds financial need and/or cost of attendance, adjustments will be made to the student’s aid package to ensure compliance with federal/state regulations.
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