Legacy Scholarship For Future Scholars
Midland's Legacy Scholarship Program is built on the legacy left by four great Midland families: George and Gladys Abell, Barney and Helen Greathouse, J. Harvey and Harriet Herd and the Clarence Scharbauer Family, who invested their time and resources to help build a community.
The philosophy of these community builders will ensure that graduates of Midland County high schools will be able to continue to take advantage of an education at Midland College.
Midland's Legacy Scholarship Program covers tuition and fees up to $1,050 per semester ($2,100 for a full academic year). The scholarship can be used for fall and spring semesters. (Summer and interim sessions are not covered.) The scholarship does not include books. Funds may not be exceeded or carried forward to the next semester.
To verify eligibility, the Legacy Advisor will review academic transcripts, volunteer hours at approved agency and attendance at a Legacy 101 session. Students will be awarded once all Legacy requirements are met. Funds are limited and on a first come first serve basis. Completed packets will be awarded based on the date of submission of hours. Incomplete packets will not be reviewed for eligibility. Review begins on July 1st. A completed packet does not guarantee scholarship award. An additional 40 hours of service at an approved agency will be required of all students applying for the second year scholarship. Hours cannot be carried forward to once submitted even if scholarship is not received.
Select the links below for additional information on the Legacy Scholarship:
- Requirements and Guidelines
- Flyer with Legacy Highlights (pdf)
- Verification of participation in Midland College GED program Form
- Where to Volunteer
- How to Volunteer
- Community Service Time Record (pdf)
- Legacy 101 Registration Form
Diana Ramos, Legacy Advisor