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Annual or Quarterly Scholarships
Annual Scholarships (open in Febuary and closes in April for 2019-2020 school year)
Quarterly Scholarships (open throughout the year when school is in session)
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
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:
Response to three essay questions on separate sheets of paper.
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).
Ken and Pearl and Friends Scholarship
Criteria for Eligibility
Washington state resident (as defined by the college)
Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
For incoming students or first quarter students, this refers to the GPA of that last school attended (high school or college)
For ongoing Shoreline CC students, this refers to the student’s Shoreline CC GPA
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
Must demonstrate financial need
Must demonstrate community involvement
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
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.
Applicant submits a completed application with all required materials to Shoreline CC Foundation
Applicant’s status will be verified through the Shoreline CC financial aid office
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
Email applicant notification of award status as soon as possible after the complete application has been received
Ken and Pearl Noreen