COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund
FVCC has established a COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund to help currently enrolled students who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of the pandemic. Students can use this money to pay for basic necessities, including housing, food, health care and course materials. Students will not be required to repay this money. At this time, Running Start students are not eligible to apply for assistance from the Student Emergency Fund.
Download a fillable pdf version of the application here.
FVCC is proud to offer our students a number of institutional and non-institutional scholarship opportunities. Scholarships can be based on merit, financial need or other criteria. FVCC is grateful to the many community donors who support scholarships for our students. We encourage students to apply annually for all scholarships for which they qualify.
FVCC Institutional Scholarships are now available to view and apply for directly online. By completing the Institutional Scholarship Application, you will be considered for all scholarships for which you qualify. New students must have applied for admissions to the college before they can apply for institutional scholarships.
The 2020-2021 institutional scholarship application is now available. The application will consider you for all institutional scholarships for the Fall 2020 – Spring 2021 academic year and also any Spring 2020 re-awards. The priority deadline to apply was February 15, 2020. However, we will still accept applications after this date for any re-awards or additional funding that becomes available. Please log in to complete this application to be considered for institutional scholarships at FVCC.
Summer 2020 Scholarships: Due to COVID 19, we have extended the application deadline for Summer 2020 Scholarships until May 1, 2020. To apply for the Summer 2020 Scholarship, first fill out the general scholarship application at fvcc.academicworks.com. Once the general application is submitted, FVCC Summer Scholarship will appear under Recommended Opportunities. Click Apply To next to FVCC Summer Scholarship, and answer the additional questions. We look forward to receiving your application.
FVCC Eagle Scholarship
If you are applying to FVCC as an incoming, degree-seeking student and you register for 6 or more credits for the fall 2020 semester, you are eligible to apply. Running Start students are eligible if they have earned college credit and will be a degree-seeking student in the fall 2020 semester. Students will be awarded scholarships based on their most recent cumulative GPA (either high school or college for transfer students), HiSET or GED scores.
The priority deadline for applying for the Eagle Scholarship is January 15, 2020. Funds will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are expended. If you have your GPA, HiSET or GED scores ready to upload, Apply Now >
FVCC Academic Scholarship
If you are degree-seeking, have earned 30 credits at FVCC, and have a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA, then you may qualify for the FVCC Academic Scholarship. This scholarship will waive your in-district tuition for two semesters and must be used within two years of establishing eligibility. Application is available here.
Sons of Norway Transfer Scholarship
To qualify for this $1000 scholarship, you must graduate with an associate’s degree in Spring 2020 and plan to transfer to the University of Montana or Montana State University. To apply, log onto fvcc.academicworks.com and complete the general scholarship application. Once that is submitted, Sons of Norway Transfer Scholarship will be listed under Recommended Opportunities. The deadline to apply is June 19, 2020.
Private Scholarship Opportunities:
Montana State Elks Association – William and Sara Jenne’ Scholarship. Applicants must have completed their first year at a Montana institution of higher learning and intend to continue their education into their second year of study at a Montana school. Applicants must be able to demonstrate completion of full year of study and minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 to be considered. Application is available here.
NAVPA National Scholarship Program. $1000 scholarship to provide financial assistance to veteran, service member and dependent students who are pursuing undergraduate, graduate and alternative certification at NAVPA-member institutions. Application is available here.
Applicants must be a U.S. military veteran, active duty, reservist or a National Guard member and meet the following criteria:
- Be in good academic standing with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Complete prerequisite essay, not to exceed two pages, on “How the NAVPA Scholarship will help me achieve my goals.”
- Be enrolled in and maintain attendance at full-time rate at a NAVPA member approved college or university during the Spring/Winter 2020 semester/term/quarter.
- Have earned a minimum of 12 college credit hours by the end of the Spring/Winter 2020 semester/term/quarter. For alternative certification/post-baccalaureate program applicants, credits may be from their bachelor’s degree program course of study.