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GCSC Foundation Hosts Scholarship Workshop Series

GCSC Foundation holds Scholarship Workshop Series

10/05/2017

Need money for college? These workshops will provide valuable information about GCSC Foundation scholarships

The Gulf Coast State College Foundation is teaming up with Gulf Coast’s Corporate College to offer a series of scholarship assistance workshops for current and prospective students. All students planning to attend GCSC during the 2018-19 school year are encouraged to apply for Foundation scholarships, and the workshops will provide valuable information regarding steps to apply, deadlines and tips on essay writing.  

GCSC Main Campus, Language & Literature Building, Sarzin Lecture Hall:

  • October 10, 6-7 pm – Scholarship 101 (CRN 98214)
  • October 17, 6-7 pm – Essay Writing (CRN 98216)
  • October 24, 6-7 pm – Applying for Scholarships Using Academic Works (CRN 98218)

Gulf/Franklin Campus, Building A, Rooms 101-103:

  • October 12, 6-7 pm EST – Scholarship 101 (CRN 98215)
  • October 26, 6-7 pm EST – Applying for Scholarships Using Academic Works (CRN 98217)

The workshops are free and open to the public. Registration is required. To find course information and a link to complete online registration, visit gcscfoundation.org/scholarshipworkshops. Registration can also be completed by mail, fax or submitted in person. For additional information or questions, please contact Dunkin McLane at 872.3810 or dmclane@gulfcoast.edu.

ABOUT THE GCSC FOUNDATION

The Gulf Coast State College Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing scholarship opportunities and program support for students enrolled at Gulf Coast State College. The Foundation is committed to the belief that every deserving student merits a chance to continue his or her education regardless of cost.

The Foundation, with the support of individuals, businesses, other foundations and grants, has created and endowed more than 650 scholarships. For 50 years, the Foundation has served Gulf Coast State College by donating more than $13 million for scholarship and program support.

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