Scholarships

 
Scholarships:
 
Scholarships at Northshore Technical Community College serve the purpose of providing financial funding to promote and support student success and academic achievement.  Each individual scholarship may have specific eligibility requirements. Scholarships are a type of financial assistance which helps to cover the cost of attendance at a college or university and typically does not require the student to pay it back in the future.  
 
Review information below about our available scholarships:

For more information about applying for scholarships, please email finaid@northshorecollege.edu.


Gators Give Scholarship

Through the support of the Internal Giving Campaign, NTCC will award scholarships to assist in providing financial funding to support student success and academic achievement.


 

Charles “Silky” Sullivan Scholarship

The Silky Sullivan Scholarship was established by The Greater Mandeville Police Foundation, as well as family and friends of Charles “Silky” Sullivan. The scholarship provides the opportunity to pursue careers in the Career and Skill Craft Trades at Northshore Technical Community College and to encourage students of promise and need, who come from backgrounds that might not include aspirations to gain higher education. Silky Sullivan, whose career included being a resource officer for Mandeville High School as well as a Mandeville police officer, was an advocate of technical studies in higher education. This scholarship allows his passion for helping others achieve their educational and career goals to carry-on.

The Career and Skill Craft Trades programs eligible for this award are: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Automotive Technology, Building Technology, Diesel Powered Equipment Technology, Electrician, Machine Tool Technology, and Welding.


Alphonse "Gator" Abadie Scholarship

The scholarship was established by the family and friends of Alphonse “Gator” Abadie. Mr. Abadie was a strong advocate for higher education, specifically in the Health Sciences. In fact, he supported the educational attainment for his only two children, Jessica (Nurse Practitioner) and Erin (Registered Nurse) as they pursued degrees in the Health Sciences. He understood the power of education and this endowment scholarship allows his passion for helping others achieve their educational and career goals to carry on.

The Health Science programs eligible for this award are: Medical Assistant, Patient Care Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Practical Nursing, Radiological Technology, Veterinary Technology, and any NTCC transfer-based health science program.


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