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|Spoon River College Now Accepting Scholarship Applications
|High school students or other individuals planning to attend Spoon River College in the fall can apply now to receive a scholarship that can help with college costs. Applications for Spoon River College and Spoon River College Foundation general scholarships for the 2010-2011 school year are available now.
Scholarships may be for academic excellence or for talent or skill. Some scholarships are named after individuals who wish to continue making a difference in the lives of others. Some scholarships are for a particular profession or degree.
Applications are now being accepted as of January 15, and the deadline to apply is March 15. Information on the scholarships, as well as the application, is available on the college's website at www.src.edu/scholarships. Students must be formally admitted to Spoon River College (www.src.edu/getting-started-at-src) to apply for scholarships through the Spoon River College Foundation. Applying for scholarships at Spoon River College requires three steps -- completing the scholarship application; completing the online FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.ed.gov; and submitting all transcripts.
Once the three-step process is completed properly, applicants will become eligible for all relevant scholarships. The scholarship application process only needs to be completed once each year.
Many of the scholarships are awarded to incoming freshman and presented during area high school end of year award events or graduations. Currently enrolled Spoon River College students may also apply for scholarships. For more information on the scholarship program contact the college's Financial Aid department at (309) 649-7030 in Canton or (309) 833-6066 in Macomb.
(Spoon River College)
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