The Endowed/Leadership Scholarship Application is due March 1, 2018. Any scholarships awarded, will be applied to student accounts during the 2018-2019 academic school year.
The application for Endowed and Leadership Scholarships will be made available in January and is due March 1 of each year. Any funds awarded will be available for use during the following fall and spring semesters.
Endowed scholarships are made possible by individual donations. These scholarships are presented at Awards Day which is held in the spring of each year. Applications are available the month of January and February of each year in the financial aid office on the Wesson Campus, the office of admissions on the Natchez Campus, and at the Simpson County Center.
Other Scholarship Resources
Financial Aid Research Through the WEB (FastWEB) is the largest free scholarship search on the Internet. FastWEB's database is composed of over 400,000 scholarships. You can access FastWEB at fastweb.com. FastWEB will lead you through a series of questions about yourself, ranging from heritage to career objectives to student activities.
Non-Traditional Student Scholarship
Academic Scholarships (Maintain at least 15 hrs. and 3.0 term GPA)
Scholarships may be stacked; however, students will not receive any combination of financial aid valued over the cost of attendance for Co-Lin as determined for Federal student aid ($10,230 per academic year).
- Must be a Mississippi resident and Mississippi high school graduate
- Not available for transfer students
- Available up to four (4) semesters (Fall and Spring semester awards only)
- Awarded first semester after high school graduation
|Honors||21-24 ACT composite score; $600/semester|
|Deans||25 & 26 ACT composite score; $1,200/semester|
|Vice President's||27 & 28 ACT composite score; $1,200/semester & $250/semester books and eResources|
|President's||29+ ACT composite score/ National Merit/ Achievement Finalist; $1,200/semester, room, meals, & $250/semester books/eResources|
|Valedictorian/Salutatorian||$1,000/year award for first two years; must have ACT composite score of at least 21; must provide letter from high school counselor to Financial Aid office|
Freshmen only; one-time award of $500 or $1000; Rewards outstanding leadership among students through their high school/community activities
|Student Government||601.643.8318||Bryan Nobile|
|Taylor/Pitts Presidential||601.643.8301||Dr. Ronnie Nettles|
|Wolf Tales||601.643.8493||Mary Warren|