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Scholarship Opportunities Based on Membership in the
Honors Program or the Honor Societies at CCC

Honors Program Scholarships
          1. Honors Program Transfer Scholarships.  Each Spring, students who are being graduated from the college and who have finished all of the requirements of the Honors Program are invited to apply for this scholarship.  Awards range from $600 to $1000, and they are given to students who will be transferring to four year colleges or universities.
          2. Honors Program Transfer Application Scholarship.  If funding permits, students who are in the final year of their studies at CCC and who have been active participants in the Honors Program are eligible to apply for this scholarship.  Awards are $225, and they are given to students to offset the cost of filling out admissions applications to four year colleges and universities.
          3. Honors Program Book Scholarship.  If funding permits, students who have completed at least one year of active participation in the Honors Program are eligible to apply in the summer for this scholarship.  Awards are in the form of $300 Barnes and Noble Gift cards, and so the money can be used either for text books or to purchase books for free reading.

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Scholarships
          Phi Theta Kappa and its partner four year colleges and universities offer over $37 million in transfer scholarships per year for Phi Theta Kappa Members.  Most of this money comes from the four year college or university and is awarded to PTK members who transfer in.  Details about which colleges and universities offer such scholarships can be found at www.CollegeFish.org
          Phi Theta Kappa itself administers several scholarships for transfer students.  These include:  Hites Transfer Scholarship, Guistwhite Scholarships, All-USA Community College Academic Team, Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team, New Century Scholars, All-State Community College Academic Team, Frank lanza Memorial Scholarship, Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise and GEICO Business Student Scholarship.  PTK also partners with The Hispanic Scholarship Fund, The Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships, The Jeannette Rankin Foundation, International Scholar Laureate Program and the Pearson Prize for Higher Education.  Applications are accepted in both fall (December 1st deadline) and Spring (April 1st deadline). Links to information on all of these programs can be found on Phi Theta Kappa’s website:  http://www.ptk.org/become-a-member/scholarships

Psi Beta Honor Society Scholarships
          Each year at CCC’s Academic Awards Ceremony in May, Psi Beta awards the Professor Norma Benimoff Memorial Scholarship, the Professor Elizabeth Matarazzo Memorial Scholarship, and, as funding permits, several Psi Beta General Scholarships.  Information on the amount of these awards and the process to apply can be obtained by contacting the Psi Beta Advisor, Michael Colbert at mcolbert@camdencc.edu or the Secretary of the Psychology Department, Arline Barker at abarker@camdencc.edu  The Psychology Department is located in Room 214 of Madison Hall on the Blackwood Campus.

Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society Scholarships
          Each year at CCC’s Academic Awards Ceremony in May, Kappa Delta Pi awards several scholarships for education majors who will be transferring on to four year colleges and universities.  Information on the amount of these awards and the process to apply can be obtained by contacting the Kappa Delta Pi Advisor, Jane Weber at jweber@camdencc.edu  Her office is located in Room 302 of Madison Hall on the Blackwood Campus.


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