Chancellor's, Foundation and MCC Honors Scholarship Application: Application date has passed. (One application for all three scholarships)
Study Abroad: Submit Application Online
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
The following scholarships are offered to continuing students. Students must be in good standing with the Honors Program.
This scholarship covers tuition and fees for one full year, up to 18 credits per semester of in County tuition, plus $250.00 per semester for books and supplies. To be eligible, you must be a current full-time Honors student and plan to enroll on a full-time basis, at Mesa Community College, for the following academic school year. To continue eligibility, you must maintain a G.P.A. of 3.25 or higher. Honors Achievement Award students and Presidents' Honors Scholars who are now in the fourth and final semester of the Presidents' Honors Scholarship are eligible to apply. One scholarship is awarded at each Maricopa County Community College Campus annually. The application is due February 24, 2023. Scholarship Recipients will be notified in early March.
2023-2024 MCC Honors Program Scholarship Recipients
Chancellor's Scholarship - Gabriela Atonal Rodriguez
Foundation Scholarship - Xavierre Garcia
MCC Honors Scholarship - Melissa Milne
Watch the District Honors Scholarship Awards Reception here.
2023-2024 Honors Study Abroad Scholarship Recipients
- Brionna Oneill (Florence, Italy)
- Bruce, Burgmeier (Florence, Italy)
- Alysa Isaksen (Japan)
- Krystal-jeanne Lance (Mexico)
This scholarship is up to $1000 for the academic year (in addition to the Honors Achievement Award). Students must qualify for the Honors Achievement Award and be enrolled at least 6 credit hours per semester for the upcoming academic year. International Students are eligible to apply. Honors Achievement Award students and Presidents' Honors Scholars who are now in the fourth and final semester of the Presidents' Honors Scholarship are eligible to apply. The application is due February 24, 2023. Scholarship Recipients will be notified by early March.
MCC Honors Scholarship
The MCC Honors Scholarship is presented by the MCC Honors Program. Up to 2 awards of $250 or $500 per semester are awarded to reward and encourage highly motivated and academically achieving students. To receive this scholarship, a student must be a current recipient of the Honors Achievement Award and maintain eligibility for the Honors Achievement Award. The MCC Honors Scholarship is in addition to the Honors Achievement Award. (Must be a current Honors Achievement Award recipient. International students ARE eligible to apply.) The application is due February 24, 2023. Scholarship Recipients will be notified by early March.
Study Abroad Scholarship
MCC is proud to offer several Study Abroad Program that allow students to learn while exploring locations such as Britain, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, and Mexico. The Honors Program offers scholarships between $250-$500 for MCC Honors students who are participating in an MCC Study Abroad program.
In order to qualify, you must be an MCC Honors student in good standing and must be accepted into an MCC Study Abroad program prior to applying for the Honors Study Abroad Scholarship.
To learn more about our Study Abroad Programs, visit: https://www.mesacc.edu/study-abroad
The Zonta Foundation of the East Valley Scholarship
The Rayma Neeb Adult Re-Entry Scholarship was established in honor of local founding club member and former District 9 Governor, Rayma Neeb, to assist women who have entered or re-entered a community college or university after at least a 4 year hiatus in order to enable themselves to be self-sufficient. This scholarship is only offered through the Zonta Club of Phoenix/East Valley. Deadline for submission to our Club is March 31 of each year. Click here to download the application and the instructions.
DEADLINE for scholarship applications is March 31. (No exceptions.)
- Criteria include that the woman must:
- be a U.S. Citizen or legal resident of the U.S. and a resident of Arizona;
- be enrolled (or accepted) in an accredited college, university, or career school in a degree or diploma program;
- demonstrate financial need;
- have an enrollment status equal to at least a half-time student;
- have/maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale. (This requirement shall be waived for the first term of re-entry.)