Our College Scholarships
Over the years, our big-hearted donors have recognized the importance of a college education in helping residents of our region succeed in life. More than 130 donors have created funds that make it possible each year for Connecticut Community Foundation to award college scholarships to hundreds of students.
Below are the five categories of college scholarships awarded by the Foundation. To apply, visit our scholarship application page.
View the full list of our General Scholarships and the criteria for each. You can use the form as a worksheet to determine your eligibility. We call these “general scholarships” since all of these can be completed using the same application.
The Foundation also awards other “special scholarships” that have unique application criteria or review processes:
- Post University Malcolm Baldrige School of Business Scholarship
- Malcolm Baldrige Scholarship
- Sergeant Felix M. DelGreco, Jr. Scholarship
- Harris Family Scholarship
- Lois Livingston McMillen Memorial Scholarship
- Naomi Mildred Nicoll Scholarship
- Carl J. Niedzial Memorial Scholarship
- Persbacker Family Fund Scholarship
- Roxbury Volunteer Fire Department Memorial Scholarship
- Dr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Sullivan Scholarship
Our Special Scholarships Worksheet indicates the criteria for each scholarship in this category. You can download the worksheet and use it to determine your eligibility.
Naugatuck Valley Community College Scholarships
The Foundation provides scholarship funds directly to Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC), which the school then distributes. Apply by September 1.
The Harold and Ruth Ann Leever Scholarship
For children of MacDermid, Inc. employees worldwide. In 2017, new Leever scholarship requests will no longer be considered. However, renewal of existing Leever scholarships will be considered. Re-apply online by March 15.
Hubbard-Hall Scholarships are available for children or stepchildren of current Hubbard-Hall employees who are entering or currently enrolled in college earning an undergraduate degree or in a program at an accredited trade school.
The application deadline for Hubbard-Hall Scholarships is March 15. Apply online using the Hubbard-Hall Scholarship application (for first-time and returning Hubbard-Hall applicants). Note: Hubbard-Hall Scholarships were formerly named “Kellogg Scholarships.”
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