Financial aid is the key to attracting quality students to our college and to help those who cannot afford the cost of private
higher education. At Clearwater Christian College, each year we award around three million dollars in government, institutional,
and private scholarship, grant, and loan programs. Government assistance is often limited to the very needy. Institutional
scholarship programs provide the needed assistance to those who need a little help and to those whose attendance helps shape
the environment of our student body. It is essential that we maintain and grow our institutional scholarship programs if we
want to continue to attract and keep quality Christian young people at our school. There are four ways you can assist us in this
endeavor. Click on the program for further information.
The General Scholarship program funds the majority of our institutional offerings and includes programs such as the Christian Worker's,
academic, music, and merit-based scholarship programs. 80% of our scholarship monies are awarded through this fund. Donors may
designate their gift to this program and the funds are disbursed through our regular financial aid award process.
Through our Endowed Scholarship program, you can give a gift that will award one or more scholarships each year from the interest
that accrues from your investment. A minimum contribution is required to set up this scholarship. This program is an excellent way
to remember loved ones and those individuals who have had an impact in your life.
For those who wish to honor their loved one but cannot give the required minimum donation for the endowed program can create a similar
one through our Funded Scholarship program. Scholarships are set up according the provisions stated and require a minimum contribution.
These can be renewed for subsequent years based on the donor's wishes and their continued annual donations.
The Alumni Scholarship Program is one set up by the Alumni Association to assist children of CCC graduates. Donors may designate their
gift to this program and the funds are disbursed through our regular financial aid award process.