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Noncredit Scholarships

The HACC Foundation offers scholarships to students enrolling in noncredit courses. Please learn more about the noncredit scholarship application.

 

How do I apply for a noncredit scholarship?

Please complete the application below. Please complete a new application for each course.

 

Will a scholarship cover the entire cost of my course?

A scholarship may not cover the entire cost of your course. Please prepare alternative funding options for your selected course.

 

Scholarship Eligibility Criteria

 

  1. Students must be enrolled in the Adult Education Pathways Program at HACC and must complete an essay of 250 words explaining why he/she is in need of this award.
  1. Students must be enrolled in Emergency Medical Technician program or the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician program.
  2. Students must submit an essay, no longer 500 words, on why they want to pursue becoming an EMT.
  1. Students must be enrolled in a program of study offered at the Senator John J. Shumaker Public Safety Center.
  1. Students must be from Dauphin, Cumberland, Perry or York counties.
  2. Preference will be given to students in active military service, including National Guard service.
  3. Preference will be given to volunteer fire fighters.
  1. Students must reside in the Emergency Health Services Federation service area (Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York counties.)
  2. Students must be enrolled in HACC’s EMT Program.
  3. Preferences will be given to students with unmet financial need.
  1. Students must have a minimum cumulative high school or HACC GPA of 2.0.
  2. Students must be enrolled in HACC’s Lebanon Campus ELL/ ESL workforce course.
  3. Preference is given to students with unmet financial need. 
  1. Students must attend the Gettysburg Campus.
  2. Students must be enrolled in Physician Office Assistant Program prior to funds being disbursed to student account.
  3. Preference will go to WellSpan Health employees or family members of WellSpan Health employees.
  1. Students must be a resident of Adams County.
  2. Students must be enrolled in noncredit workforce programs resulting in certificates or credentials.
  3. Students must submit an essay describing their financial need and how the scholarship will help them reach their educational and professional goals.
  1. Students must be residents of Central Pennsylvania.
  2. Students must demonstrate unmet financial need as demonstrated by the FAFSA.
  3. Students must be enrolled in HACC's Police Academy or the Police Academy Pre service Program.

Students must reside in Dauphin County or be employed for a Dauphin County Emergency Medical Service (EMS) agency.

  1. Students must be enrolled in in the EMS Academy, the Emergency Medical Technician program, the EMT Advanced program or Paramedic program.
  2. Preference will be given for EMS Academy students.
  1. Students must be enrolled in a program of study offered at the Senator John J. Shumaker Public Safety Center related to Criminal Justice, Fire Science, Paramedic and Emergency Services Management.
  1. Students must demonstrate unmet financial need as demonstrated by the FAFSA.
  2. Students must be enrolled in HACC's Police Science Program.
  1. Students must be enrolled in a noncredit program offered at HACC’s Midtown Center and, minimally, take program-specific courses at Midtown Center.
  1. Students must attend the Gettysburg, Lancaster, Lebanon or York Campus.
  2. Students must be enrolled in the Physician Office Assistance Program.
  3. Students must have unmet need with a household income at or below $29,700 for a single person or $40,050 for a two-person household.
  1. Students must demonstrate unmet financial need as demonstrated by the FAFSA.
  2. Students must be enrolled in HACC's Police Academy or Police Academy Pre-service Program.
  3. Students must have applied and been accepted for ACT 120 training.
  1. Students must be affiliated with the U.S. military (U.S. veteran, active duty, reservist or National Guard).
  2. Students must be honorably discharged or a currently serving member in good standing with their units.
  3. Students must be enrolled in HACC’s Advanced EMT Training.
  4. Preference will be given to U.S. military students with unmet financial need, students who are without G.I. Bill benefits and/or students whose G.I. Bill benefits do not meet their necessary college expenses.
  1. Students must be affiliated with the U.S. military student (U.S. veteran, active duty, reservist or National Guard).
  2. Students must be honorably discharged or a currently serving member in good standing with their units.
  3. Students must be enrolled in HACC’s Commercial Driver’s License Program.
  4. Preference will be given to U.S. military students with unmet financial need, students who are without G.I. Bill benefits and/or students whose G.I. Bill benefits do not meet their necessary college expenses.
  1. Students must be affiliated with the U.S. military (U.S. veteran, active duty, reservist or National Guard).
  2. Students must be honorably discharged or a currently serving member in good standing with their units.
  3. Students must be enrolled in HACC’s Computer/ IT Training or STEP Corporate Training.
  4. Students must not be eligible for tuition assistance by a for-profit business or corporation.
  5. Preference will be given to U.S. military students with unmet financial need, students who are without G.I. Bill benefits and/or students whose G.I. Bill benefits do not meet their necessary college expenses.
  1. Students must be affiliated with the U.S. military (U.S. veteran, active duty, reservist or National Guard).
  2. Students must be honorably discharged or a currently serving member in good standing with their units.
  3. Students must be enrolled in HACC’s Welding Technology, Wastewater Treatment Operator, Machinist/CNC Operator or Industrial Manufacturing Technician apprenticeship programs.
  4. Preference will be given to U.S. military students with unmet financial need, students who are without G.I. Bill benefits and/or students whose G.I. Bill benefits do not meet their necessary college expenses.
  1. Students must be affiliated with the U.S. military (U.S. veteran, active duty, reservist or National Guard).
  2. Students must be honorably discharged or a currently serving member in good standing with their units.
  3. Students must be enrolled in HACC’s Police Academy Training Program.
  4. Preference will be given to U.S. military students with unmet financial need, students who are without G.I. Bill benefits and/or students whose G.I. Bill benefits do not meet their necessary college expenses.
  1. Students must demonstrate unmet financial need as demonstrated by the FAFSA.
  2. Students must be enrolled in HACC's Police Science, Police Administration, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic, Emergency Health Services or Fire Science Program.
     
  1. Students must be a resident of Adams County.
  2. Students must be enrolled in HACCs workforce development enology certificate program.
  3. Students must submit a 250-500 word essay describing their financial need and how the scholarship will help them reach their career goals.
  1. Students must attend the Gettysburg, Lancaster, Lebanon or York Campus.
  2. Students must be enrolled in the Physician Office Assistance Program.
  3. Students must have unmet need with a household income at or below $29,700 for a single person or $40,050 for a two-person household.

APPLICATION


*Required Field


STUDENT INFORMATION


AREA OF INTEREST


SCHOLARSHIPS THAT APPLY TO YOUR AREA OF INTEREST


Please select the scholarship(s) that apply to your area of interest.


COURSE INFORMATION


  mm/dd/yyyy

ESSAY


Please provide an essay answering the following questions:



  1. Why have you decided to pursue a career in this field?

  2. Why should you be considered for this scholarship?

  3. How will this scholarship financially assist you in reaching your personal and professional goals?


*Please note that you must write a 250-word essay explaining why you are in need of this scholarship for the Adult Education Pathways Assistance Award instead of questions one through three listed above.


 


 
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