Scholarships & Grants

 Add a Spring 8B class, on us!

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Applications accepted through March 15, or until all scholarship funds are exhausted.

 

San Jacinto College is offering scholarships to help cover the tuition cost for one 8B class for eligible Spring 2021 students. Students who meet the eligibility requirements can register for an 8B class on or after 2/5/21, then complete the scholarship application. Once the application is reviewed and approved, funds will be applied directly to the student’s account, which they can view in SOS.

 

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 San Jac Finish Line: We’ll Help Cover Your Tuition so You Can Finish Strong

We’re here to help you cross the finish line and earn your degree! If COVID-19 has impacted your job, interrupted your education plans, or made it tough to commit financially, this scholarship program can help. The San Jac Finish Line program covers the cost of your tuition for up to 3 semesters ($2,500 max), as long as you’re participating in one of our eligible programs and you meet some basic student requirements, so you can finish fast, debt-free! Click the button below to learn more about our eligible programs and requirements.

 

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 San Jac CARES Act Emergency Aid Grant

San Jacinto College is now providing emergency grants to students with funding from the Federal CARES Act. The funds are intended to help students who have experienced a financial problem due to the disruption of campus operations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Students will be able to use the grant funds for food, housing, and other costs related to the disruption of campus operations. Award amounts vary with a $500 limit.

 

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More Aid


Scholarships are made possible by donors to the San Jacinto College Foundation (SJCF) and are managed by SJCF. Foundation Scholarships are a type of financial aid that do not need to be repaid. Scholarships are awarded each fall and spring semester to help San Jacinto College students pay for tuition and course related books and supplies. Scholarships are available to all San Jac students.

Private scholarships are those in which the donor specifies the person who will receive the funding. The donor may be someone the student knows, such as the student's employer or their church, or they may be from local, state or national organizations to help pay for the cost of college.

Applying for scholarships at San Jacinto College