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Incoming fall 2021 students can apply for scholarships now!
Each year, The DCC Foundation awards over $450,000 in scholarships to incoming freshmen, returning and graduating students. Scholarships range from $500 to full tuition and are awarded to students based on academic merit.
If you’re a Dutchess County high school student who graduates in the top 10% of your class, you can attend DCC tuition-free for two years through the Charles and Mabel Conklin Scholarship for Academic Excellence.
Other Incoming Student Scholarships
A limited number of DCC scholarships ranging from $500 - $6,000 also are available to incoming students. Incoming fall 2021 students can apply until June 12, 2021.
The DCC Foundation awards over 125 scholarships to continuing and graduating students every spring! Scholarships for continuing students open in January and applications are due in March. Awards range from $500 - $4,000 and are available for both full- and part-time students!
The 2021 scholarship application is now closed. Click below to review the types of scholarships you might be able to apply for next year.
In addition to DCC scholarships, we encourage students to apply for scholarship opportunities through external sources. There are lots of resources available – here are some websites to get you started:
If you have any questions about scholarships, call Student Financial Services at (845) 431-8060.
Receiving the Conklin Scholarship made all the difference for Jennifer.
Marcello Castelli (Sonny Frasier Memorial Scholarship) “This scholarship is important to me because it shows another person out there who believes in me and thinks I can succeed. It is just one more reason for me to keep on working hard to fulfill my goal.”
Maddison Fletcher (Phyllis L. Cady Memorial Scholarship) “Being an older student, I was scared to even go to school. This scholarship enforces the hard work I put in while juggling everyday life and volunteer work. It also shows my daughter that hard work is rewarded. Thank you for helping me work toward my goal of becoming a teacher."