Kilgore College encourages you to apply for financial assistance through our scholarship program. A limited number of Kilgore College scholarship funds and grants are available to students who have fulfilled the scholarship criteria. Listed below are the various scholarships and the process to apply for each scholarship.
The Presidential Scholarship is KC’s most prestigious academic scholarship and is designed to attract academically superior students to Kilgore College.
Requirements for Presidential Scholarship:
Some performance scholarships are awarded to students involved in a fine/performing arts program at KC that include: Visual Art, KC Band, Communications, KC Choral/Vocal, Dance, Rangerettes, Theatre and KC Twirlers.
The Band Director is Derrick Logozzo. Interested students should directly contact him at (903) 983-8276 or e-mail him at email@example.com. Band scholarships are available to incoming students with the additional criteria
The contact person for the choral/vocal scholarship is Lauren Clark. Call (903) 983-8120 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of the music programs require the following criteria:
For more information, contact Derrick Logozzo, department chair, at (903) 983-8276 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
The Rangerette Director is Dana Blair. The Assistant Director is Shelley Wayne. You may contact them at (903) 983-8273 or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. You can download a Rangerette tryout packet from the Rangerette website.
The Kilgore College Art Scholarship is designed to attract students to Kilgore College who possess outstanding talent and ability. Please submit your completed application to Coy A. Lothrop, Visual Arts Professor. Submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail, to Kilgore College Visual Arts, ATTN: Coy A. Lothrop, 1100 Broadway, Kilgore, Texas 75662.
High school seniors must meet the following criteria (NEW TALENT WINNERS EXEMPT):
Students currently enrolled at KC must meet the following criteria:
The Kilgore College Scholarship Committee will review, evaluate, select and notify recipients. Recipients must notify the committee, in writing, of their intention to accept or reject the award.
The General Scholarship is based upon academic performance, and will require that the student meet the minimum grade point average and enrollment requirements as stated in an agreement letter. To apply, please fill out the general scholarship application.
General Scholarships include:
Outside scholarships or “agency scholarships” are funds that are awarded to students from sources outside of Kilgore College. Examples of outside sources are the Elks Lodge, the Lions Club, School organizations and Banks, etc. Most agencies do not send the scholarship funds to the school until the student’s proof of enrollment is provided to the scholarship donor. Proof of enrollment is the fee schedule that the student receives during class registration. Agencies usually prefer to send the student’s scholarship funds directly to the school to be credited to the students account.
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This scholarship, awarded biannually since 2015, is a one-time grant to students currently enrolled in or planning to attend a culinary arts or hospitality management program. Apply Today!
The Don’t mess with Texas® Scholarship recognizes the achievements of Texas high school seniors who take a leadership role in preventing litter in their schools and communities. Any Texas high school senior currently attending public, private or home school and planning to attend an accredited Texas college or university next year may apply. Student essays should describe creative and/or sustainable solutions to prevent litter and build awareness of the Don’t mess with Texas initiative.
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East Texas Communities Foundation administers a variety of scholarships that have been established by generous individuals to assist students with their educational pursuits. Whether honoring loved ones or providing for a specific field of study, each scholarship expresses a deep belief in the power of education to help young people achieve their dreams.
For more information, visit their website.
Our mission at Educator.com is connecting great students with great teachers. First place will win a $1,000 scholarship, 2nd place will win a $500 scholarship, and 3rd/4th/5th place will win an annual unlimited subscription to Educator’s 100+ course catalog ($300 value each).
The Gregg County Bar Association is funding up to three scholarships to honor high school seniors for $1,000 apiece. Seniors from any Gregg County high school (public, private or charter) may apply. Only one scholarship will be given per family per year. Click here for more info and application.
Application available on their website.
College enrollment for Hispanic and Latino students is on the rise. The US Census Bureau predicts that 25 percent of college students will identify as Hispanic or Latino by 2020. Despite impressive enrollment figures, these students may still face a unique set of challenges in their pursuit of a degree including immigration status, being the first in their family to go to college, and perhaps most significantly, financial obstacles. To address the very real issue of affordability, our college planning team at BestColleges.com created a holistic financial aid guide specifically for Hispanic and Latino students. We provide context for how students can best take advantage of available resources while offering a comprehensive listing of 40+ scholarship and grant opportunities.
Since 1984, the Horatio Alger Association has awarded over $125 million in college scholarships to deserving students. Through nationally recognized education programs, the Association reaches out directly to our nation’s young people with a message of hope, opportunity, responsibility, and perseverance.
The Horatio Alger Association seeks to assist students who have demonstrated integrity, perseverance in overcoming adversity, strength of character, financial need and commitment to pursue career or technical certification/degree, and a desire to contribute to society.
The Junior League of Longview Scholarship aids women needing financial aid to further their education and/or aid those seeking to return to the workforce by pursuing a higher degree.
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The focus of the Texas Builders Foundation is to help ensure the future of the residential building industry in Texas. Each year, the foundation awards scholarships to students who are enrolled in construction programs in Texas’ technical and trade schools and colleges and universities.
Texas Farm Bureau devotes a large amount of resources towards youth programs and scholarships. Annually we award over $200,000 in scholarships in a variety of packages designed to meet different student needs. This includes various youth leadership organizations and students participating in our Free Enterprise Speech Contest.
General Information: The goal of the Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Award Program is to encourage young women to participate in public affairs by recognizing a commitment to the volunteer sector, evidence of volunteer leadership achievements and a dedication to empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy. In order for more women to be represented in key decision making positions worldwide, we must encourage young women to pursue careers or seek leadership positions in public policy making, government and volunteer organizations and further their education with these aims in view.
The Awards: Zonta clubs usually provide awards for club recipients. District/region recipients receive US$1,000. Ten international recipients are selected from the district/region recipients to receive additional awards of $4,000 each. District/region and international awards are funded by the Zonta International Foundation.