Student Emergency Grant Program
The purpose of the Student Emergency Grant Program
is provide immediate assistance to a student with an exceptional and/or compelling need to prevent them from missing school or failing a class for one (or more) of the following reasons:
- Not having a textbook
- Lacking dependable transportation
- Needing assistance with childcare
- Currently or could become homeless
- Unable to pay utilities
- Without money to purchase food
Every effort will be made to assist the student with a long term, sustainable solution. However in case of an unexpected crisis, the student may apply for a Student Emergency Grant.
The student should write an essay explaining their situation, what they will do moving forward to address it, and provide a reference from a faculty or staff member.
Students must have completed at least one term with a minimum GPA of 2.0.
A student can only apply for a Student Emergency Grant
once per academic year.
The Financial Aid Office will evaluate each Student Emergency Grant.
Student Emergency Grant
funds range from $25 to $250 and are approved by the Foundation executive director and the Foundation chair.
A Student Emergency Grant
is not expected to be paid back.
Please send your request to:
Foundation Scholarships that were available 2020-21
The application period for 2020-2021 Foundation Scholarships has closed. Below is a overview of the scholarships that were available. Check back to apply for next years scholarships.
Foundation Academic Scholarships that were available for 2020 – 2021
|Betty Gray Early Childhood Education
||Students enrolled in the Early Childhood Education program.
|Bonnie Ahrens Medical Assisting
||Students enrolled in the CNA 1 or CNA 2 programs.
||Students enrolled in Career Technical Education academic programs.
||Part-time and full-time academic seeking students.
||Sophomores (students with 40 credits or more) that have a GPA of 3.0 or above and are pursuing an associate of science or nursing degree.
|Jim & Dianna Murphy Auto and Diesel
||Students enrolled in Automotive and Diesel Technology programs.
|Marie Clinton Memorial Scholarship
||Full-time students enrolled in Business or Management.
|Masami Foods Scholarship
||Full-time and part-time students with preference given to those with a high grade point average, showing previous work experience, community service and life experiences.
|Retired Educators of Klamath County
||Students enrolled at KCC, who are residents of Klamath County, pursuing a degree in education, in their second year, have a minimum of 45 credits, and plan to transfer to Oregon State University or a college of their choice to pursue an advanced degree.
|Rogue Valley Corvette Club
||Students currently enrolled in the Automotive program and have a grade "C" or better on all coursework completed to date.
|Soroptimist International of Klamath Falls
||Full-time female students with a declared program of study.
||Part-time academic seeking students.
||Students must identify as Black or African American, be pursuing an associate or transfer degree, be an enrolled student at KCC with a minimum grade point average of 2.70.
Questions about the funding process may be directed to Patti Springer at 541-880-2234 or email@example.com.
Applications are closed at this time. Thank you for your interest.