The Mid-Shore Community Foundation is committed to helping local students pursue post-secondary education. MCSF has one of the largest scholarship programs in the region.
Scholarships support Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot County traditional students – dependent students going directly from high school to full-time degree and certificate programs – and nontraditional students – independent adult students continuing their education through accredited seminars, workshops, courses, customized trainings, etc.
Scholarships are awarded almost exclusively to students who demonstrate financial need, so all applicants are required to submit financial information to inform our selection process. Traditional students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), found at https://fafsa.ed.gov/, and present FAFSA’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC) calculation.
Nontraditional and workforce students must submit the cover page of their most recent federal income tax return. Applicants should review the description of each scholarship to determine their eligibility. .
The application period closes at midnight on February 14.
For the application packet and list of scholarships, click here
For more information about MSCF, please contact Megan Cook at email@example.com or 410-820-8175 x 104.
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