“Pay it Forward” Scholarship
The Midwestern Career College (MCC) “Pay It Forward” Scholarship is designed to foster student embodiment of core values of commitment, perseverance, resilience, and giving back to the community. MCC appreciates the passion and drive that students bring to their health care studies and professional aspirations. This scholarship is a token of appreciation and support toward their health care career, which will enable to both give back to your community and pay it forward to the next generation in the future. A selected number of one-time scholarships may be allocated and awarded to new applicants enrolling in selected healthcare programs.
Must be enrolled in one of the following programs (below) and submit scholarship application form three (3) weeks before program start date. Students should not have any administrative holds with the college, satisfy all and agree with Terms and Conditions.
- AAS Surgical Technology
- Clinical Medical Assistance
- Dialysis Technology Training
- Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Technologist program
The scholarship value is allocated equally per term throughout the entire length of program. Student must
successfully complete the term to be eligible for the scholarship portion.
All eligible candidates can apply during the admissions process. All applicants will require to finalize application process three weeks prior to term commencement. Candidates will require to answer a series of questions. Grammar and spelling will be checked along with answers. Admissions Manager will notify a student shall a scholarship is awarded.
- Ask your admissions counselor if you can apply
- Apply online
- When decision is made you will be notified via email
Apply Here: Scholarship Application Form
Please contact Admissions with any additional questions, firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-236-9000 x 1.
Additional Terms & Conditions
As with other MCC’s scholarships, students must agree and will be asked to sign an agreement allowing publicity associated with Midwestern Career College, including conducting a formal interview, utilization of applicant’s name, photograph, and providing a testimonial. This helps us inspire and encourage future students from the community. Student must successfully complete the term to be eligible for the scholarship portion. If the term is not completed, scholarship will be considered not earned and removed, increasing the overall balance.
All Financial contracts and Agreements remain enforceable regardless of status of the scholarship application. The scholarship award is discretional and cannot be used in leu of primary financial obligations like Payment Plan Agreements. Credit balances caused by the scholarship have no cash value; student’s account with credit balances caused by the scholarship shall be adjusted to balance out student account but never by increasing student’s financial obligations to any 3rd parties.
Updated: January 1, 2022