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Carli Edwards Memorial Scholarship for Criminal Justice Majors

Award Amount: $200

Uses: purchasing textbooks from the Shoreline CC bookstore

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Survivor of domestic abuse (as documented by a police report, court documents, or cover letter from a shelter agence)
  • Majoring in Criminal Justice
  • Washington State resident (as defined by the college)
  • Cannot have a previous two or four year degree
  • Have a Shoreline CC cumulative clvl* GPA of 3.0 or higher. *clvl refers to your cumulative GPA for college level classes (level 100 or higher) only
  • Cannot be on the scholarship selection committee or related in the first degree to a person on the selection committee
Application Requirements
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed the Carli Edwards Memorial Scholarship Application
  2. Current Class Schedule
  3. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  4. Statement/Documentation of Income and Need for Financial Assistance
  5. Documentation of events (such as a police report, court documents, cover letter from shelter, etc)
  6. Letter of Recommendation from a teacher, professor, or employer (excluding Criminal Justice faculty)
If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.

Review Process
Applications will be reviewed by the Carli Edwards Memorial Scholarship selection committee. You will be notified of the decision within a week of the application being submitted if submitted school is in session. Only applications submitted with all the required documents (see above) will be sent to the committee for review.

 


Corvette Marque Club of Seattle Scholarship

Award Amounts: $100 - $1,000

Uses: tuition, fees related to tuition, textbooks and supplies purchasable through the Shoreline CC Bookstore, parking permit, and/or bus pass

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Enrolled in the GM-ASEP program
  • Returning Shoreline CC student
  • Completed at least one quarter at Shoreline CC
  • Have a Shoreline CC cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
Application Requirements
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed the Quarterly Automotive Scholarships Application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  4. Shoreline CC Class Schedule
  5. Letter of Recommendation from your auto instructor or employer
Review Procedures
This application will first be reviewed by your automotive instructor. If your instructor approves the award request, it will then go to the Executive Director of the Automotive Department for final decision.

The Foundation scholarship manager will email you at your student email account to inform you whether or not you have received support. It will take up to 2 weeks for a decision to be made. The scholarship manager will email you at your student email account to notify you of the decision.



Dislocated Worker Scholarship

Award: $1,500

Uses: Shoreline CC tuition and/or books and required materials available through the Shoreline CC Bookstore

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Must be currently dislocated from your job (not eligible if terminated or voluntarily left a job)
  • Must be an ongoing Professional-Technical student at Shoreline CC (list of professional-technical program)
  • Must have exhausted all Workforce Training funding options from Shoreline CC
  • Be a US citizen or permanent resident
  • Must be planning to enroll full-time (minimum of 12 credits) for each quarter during the school year
  • Have a Shoreline CC cumulative clvl* GPA of 3.0 or higher. *clvl refers to your cumulative GPA for college level classes (level 100 or higher) only
  • Must have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and any other required Shoreline CC financial aid forms by time of application
Application Procedures
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed Dislocated Worker Application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Current Class Schedule
  4. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
The Application will be reviewed by the Director of Workforce Education. Your work status will be reviewed by the Program Specialist of the Opportunity Grant If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.


Eva Hagemeyer Memorial Scholarship for Philosophy Textbooks

Uses: purchasing philosophy textbooks at Shoreline CC campus bookstore

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Must be a returning Shoreline CC student
  • Must have completed at least one quarter at Shoreline CC
  • Have a Shoreline CC cumulative clvl* GPA of 2.0 or higher. *clvl refers to your cumulative GPA for college level classes (level 100 or higher) only
  • Must be in good academic standing
  • Must be registered in at least one philosophy course for the current quarter
  • Must show financial need
Application Procedures
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed the Eva Hagemeyer Memorial Scholarship Application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Current Class Schedule
  4. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.


Harley and Michele O'Neil Scholarship

This scholarship is intended to provide financial assistance to newly enrolled students at Shoreline Community College. Student who need assistance of $2,000 or less are invited to apply. Students may only receive one scholarship award per academic year. Applications are available throughout the year.
 
These scholarships are for Shoreline Community College tuition and fees related to tuition, and/or required books and materials, parking permits, and/or bus passes. This award has no cash exchange value and is non-transferable.
 
Criteria for Eligibility
  • Priority is given to new students of Shoreline Community College. Current students who graduated from Shoreline Public Schools may apply and be considered
  • Priority is given to Shoreline/Lake Forest Park residents
  • Maximum request must be $2,000 or under and must be used within one academic year
  • Be a Washington State resident (as defined by the college)
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.3 or higher
  • Must demonstrate a “spirit for giving back to others” in their application materials
  • Must have completed the free online application to attend Shoreline Community College. For more information visit: https://www.shoreline.edu/apply-and-aid/apply.aspx 
Application Procedures
To be considered, each applicant must submit one completed application packet in order. Incomplete application packets will not be reviewed. Please do not include this application page. A completed application packet must include the following:
  • Completed Application
  • Response to three essay questions on separate sheets of paper.
  • Budget Worksheet
  • Two Letters of Recommendation (These letter can be from teachers, community leaders, neighbors, non-relatives. DO NOT submit letters from family members or friends)
  • Unofficial Transcript from the last school attended. 
The application will be reviewed by Harley and Michele O'Neil
 
The applicant will be notified of the decision as soon as possible (normally within two weeks).
 


Joseph Schultz Memorial Scholarship for Automotive Students

Award: $200 - $2,000

Uses: tuition, fees related to tuition, textbooks available through the Shoreline CC Bookstore, parking permits, bus passes, transportation, and/or rent

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Enrolled in one of the factory-sponsored automotive programs at Shoreline CC
  • Completed at least one quarter in the automotive program
  • Minimum Shoreline CC cumulative *clvl GPA of 2.0 *clvl refers to college level classes (level 100 or higher) only
Application Requirements
  1. Completed Quarterly Automotive Scholarships application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  4. Shoreline CC Class Schedule
  5. Letter of Recommendation from your auto instructor or employer
If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.

Review Procedures
This application will first be reviewed by your automotive instructor. If your instructor approves the award request, it will then go to the Executive Director of the Automotive Department for final decision.

The Foundation scholarship manager will email you at your student email account to inform you whether or not you have received support. It will take up to 2 weeks for a decision to be made. The scholarship manager will email you at your student email account to notify you of the decision.


 


Ken and Pearl Noreen and Friends Scholarship

Criteria for Eligibility
  1. Washington state resident (as defined by the college)
  2. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
  1. For incoming students or first quarter students, this refers to the GPA of that last school attended (high school or college)
  2. For ongoing Shoreline CC students, this refers to the student’s Shoreline CC GPA
  1. Must have a high school diploma or GED; for high school seniors, this means the high school transcript must show the applicant is on track to graduate
  2. Must demonstrate financial need
  3. Must demonstrate community involvement
  4. Preference will be given to applicants who have resided in Shoreline for a number of years and demonstrate strong ties to the city of Shoreline through volunteer service
 
Important Information
Scholarships are for Shoreline CC tuition and fees related to tuition; books and required materials available through the Shoreline CC Bookstore, bus passes, and/or parking permits. Awards have no cash exchange value and are non-transferable. This scholarship cannot pay for living expenses or non-program related expenses. Students can receive this scholarship once an academic year; students can re-apply each year as long as they are a student at Shoreline Community College.
 
Processing Applications
  1. Applicant submits a completed application with all required materials to Shoreline CC Foundation
  2. Applicant’s status will be verified through the Shoreline CC financial aid office
  3. The application will be given to the committee for review. The committee will: (1) approve the award; (2) request additional information or paperwork; or (3) deny the award
  4. Email applicant notification of award status as soon as possible after the complete application has been received



Ken La Fountaine Memorial Scholarship for First Nations Students

Amount: $500

Uses: Shoreline CC tuition, fees related to tuition, required books and materials, parking permits, bus passes, and/or childcare

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Must be affiliated with one or more specific First Nation tribe or cultural group (enrollment or descendant in an American Indian tribe, Alaska Native village or corporation, Native Hawaiian, Mexican, Central, or South American tribal entity, etc)
  • Must demonstrate active involvment in the First Nations community in the Puget Sound area either on campus or in the broader community (ex. participating in cultural activities, volunteer work with First Nations youth or elders, involvement in First Nations club at Shoreline, etc.)
  • Must be a returning Shoreline Community College student
  • Have a Shoreline CC cumulative clvl* GPA of 2.0 or higher. *clvl refers to your cumulative GPA for college level classes (level 100 or higher) only
  • Evidence that other avenues of financial support have been explored (FAFSA completed, tribal higher education contacted, other Shoreline Foundation scholarships researched, etc)
  • Cannot currently be on the scholarship selection committee
Application Procedures
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed Ken LaFountaine Scholarship Application
  2. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  3. Letter of recommendation from a teacher, professor, or employer
If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.


Linda Barnes Emergency Scholarship for Nurses

Award Amount: $250

Uses: Shoreline CC fees, nursing textbooks, and/or needed materials and supplies (such as stethoscopes, scrubs, etc) needed for the Shoreline CC nursing program

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Must have been accepted into the Shoreline CC Nursing Program
  • Have completed at least one quarter at Shoreline CC
  • Have a Shoreline CC cumulative clvl* GPA of 2.5 or higher. *clvl refers to your cumulative GPA for college level classes (level 100 or higher) only
  • Demonstrate financial need
Application Procedures
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed the Emergency Assistance Application
  2. Complete Budget Worksheet
  3. Current Class Schedule
  4. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  5. Financial Aid Award or Denial Letter
  1. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.


Michael Thompson Scholarship for Students with Disabilities

Award Amount: Up to $250

Uses: Shoreline CC tuition, fees, textbooks and required course materials, parking permits, bus passes, childcare, academic software, or academic technology and/or equipment

Criteria for Eligiblity
  • Must be a Washington State resident (as defined by the College)
  • Must be a returning Shoreline CC student
  • Must be enrolled in a minimum of 5 credits
  • Must has a minimum Shoreline CC clvl* GPA of 2.0 or higher *this refers to your cumulative GPA for college level classes (100 level or higher) only
  • Must have current documentation on file with Shoreline CC's Student Accessibility Services
Application Procedures
  1. Completed the Michael Thompson Scholarship application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Current Class Schedule
  4. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
This application will be reviewed by the Shorleine CC Associate Dean of Student Support Programs.

If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.


Nell F. Brown Emergency Scholarship for Nurses

Award Amount: $250

Uses: Shoreline CC tuition, fees, books and supplies, housing, childcare, or other immediate and pressing needs

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Must have been accepted into the Shoreline CC Nursing Program
  • Have completed at least one quarter at Shoreline CC
  • Have a Shoreline CC cumulative clvl* GPA of 2.0 or higher. *clvl refers to your cumulative GPA for college level classes (level 100 or higher) only
Application Procedures
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed the Emergency Assistance Application
  2. Complete Budget Worksheet
  3. Current Class Schedule
  4. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  5. Financial Aid Award or Denial Letter
If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.


Norton Family Scholarship

Award: $200 - $2,000

Uses: tuition, fees related to tuition, textbooks and tools, parking permits, and/or bus passes

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Enrolled in one of the  automotive programs at Shoreline CC
  • Completed at least one quarter in the automotive program
  • Minimum Shoreline CC cumulative GPA of 2.0
Application Requirements
  1. Completed the Quarterly Automotive Scholarship application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  4. Shoreline CC Class Schedule
  5. Letter of Recommendation from your auto instructor or employer
Review Procedures
This application will first be reviewed by your automotive instructor. If your instructor approves the award request, it will then go to the Executive Director of the Automotive Department for final decision.

The Foundation scholarship manager will email you at your student email account to inform you whether or not you have received support. It will take up to 2 weeks for a decision to be made. The scholarship manager will email you at your student email account to notify you of the decision.



Short-Term Emergency Grant

This program is to help students who are experiencing a short-term emergency financial situation that may impact their ability to continue their education at Shoreline Community College. For the purposes of this program, an emergency is defined as:
  1. An event or occurrence that is short-term, unexpected, and cannot be planned for AND
  2. Would prevent the student from completing their program at Shoreline Community College AND
  3. An emergency support grant would be impactful in resolving the situation
Uses:
  • Needed living expense support, including, but not limited to: food, utilities, shelter, and/or transportation
  • Tuition, fees related to tuition, required textbooks and course materials, or other required program expenses on a very limited basis
Criteria for Eligibility
  • Be currently enrolled in at least 6 credits at Shoreline Community College OR be in a degree seeking program at Shoreline Community College
  • Be in an emergency situation as defined above

Completed Applications Must Include
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed the Emergency Assistance Application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  4. Current Class Schedule
  5. Financial aid award letter, verification of aid status, or aid denial letter
  6. Copies of any requested supporting documentation (such as: bills or invoices, cost of books, auto repair quotes, etc)
Processing Applications
  1. You submit a completed and signed application with all required paperwork (see above). If you do not submit all requested materials, then your application will not be reviewed
  2. You meet with the scholarship manager to review your application and discuss your situation.
  3. Your status will be verified through financial aid by the scholarship manager.
  4. Completed applications from qualified applicants will be submitted to the committee for review; the committee will: (1) approve the award; (2) request additional information or paperwork; or (3) deny the award.
  5. The scholarship manager will email you to notify you of your award status in 1-2 business days after receipt of the completed application. Funds will be made available within 1-2 business days of being awarded.
 
IMPORTANT:
  • Qualifying and applying for this grant/loan does not guarantee that the award will be approved. The committee will exercise their own discretion when choosing to award the funds
  • The Foundation may contact your teachers for the current quarter to verify how you are performing in class when determining whether or not to award funds
  • This application is open ONLY when school is in session and when funds are available
  • You are eligible for a loan ONLY if you have financial aid, but receiving the aid has been delayed
  • Money will not be distributed directly to students. If a check is issued, it will be made out to the vendor. Food and gas support will be provided in the form of gift cards
     
If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.


Toreson Emergency Scholarship for Business Technology Students

Award Amount: $150

Uses: Shoreline CC textbooks available through the Shoreline CC bookstore

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Must be majoring in Business Technology
  • Be an ongoing Shoreline CC student
  • Have completed at least 2 quarters of Business Technology (BUSTC) courses at Shoreline CC
  • Have a minimum Shoreline CC cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • Have a minimum Shoreline CC BUSTC GPA of 2.5
  • Be in good standing with Shoreline CC
  • Display financial need
Application Procedures
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed the Emergency Assistance Application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Current Class Schedule
  4. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
  5. Financial Aid Award or Denial Letter
If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.


Veterans' Emergency Assistance Grant or Loan

Uses: Shoreline CC tuition, fees, textbooks and required course materials, or other educational needs. May also be used to assist needs related to food, utilities, shelter, and/or transportation

Criteria for Eligibility
  • Must be a US Military Veteran or current Military (Those with dishonorable discharges are not eligible)
  • Be an ongoing Shoreline CC student
  • Have completed at least one quarter at Shoreline CC
  • Have a minimum Shoreline clvl* GPA of 2.0 *clvl refers to your cumulative GPA for college level classes (level 100 or higher) only
  • Be in good standing with Shoreline CC
  • Have met with the Shoreline CC Veterans' Program Coordinator
  • Have submitted or be in the process of submitting a Federal Financial Aid Application (FAFSA) for the current academic year

Application Procedures
To be considered, each application must include the following:
  1. Completed the Veterans' Emergency Assistance Application
  2. Completed Budget Worksheet
  3. Shoreline CC Unofficial Transcript
Awards will be made at the discretion of the Shoreline CC Associate Dean of Student Support Programs in consultation with the Shoreline CC Veterans' Program Coordinator. The applicant will be notified of the decision within a week of the application being submitted if during an academic quarter. Breaks during winter, spring, and summer do not count as part of the one-week notification time.

If you would like to apply using a paper application, please contact the scholarship manager at scholarships@shoreline.edu.