Scholarship awards are intended to recognize academic and other achievements, to encourage such performance, and to assist as many qualified degree seeking students as possible.
Tuition Awards Policy
Students may accept only one tuition scholarship. If a student is awarded more than one scholarship designated for tuition only, they must choose between the awards (unless otherwise noted). Scholarships not specifically for tuition and fees may be used towards any educational expenses.
Total Award Limits
Generally, the total assistance a student may receive involving any combination of institution-controlled funds is limited to that student’s standard cost of attendance at Casper College. These standard budgets are established each year according to rules governing the federal Title IV financial aid programs.
Recovery of Funds
Casper College reserves the right to recover funds from students who receive scholarship funds and subsequently drop out, withdraw, or fail to attend courses throughout the semester. Students that receive scholarships or other sources of financial aid are responsible for knowing the standards to receive and retain specific types of aid.
The different types of scholarships require varying conditions to maintain each scholarship. Students should visit with the enrollment services office to see what requirements are needed to maintain their individual scholarships before they withdraw or change courses. The majority of Casper College scholarships are reviewed at the end of each semester for standards of progress.
Grade Point Averages
All grade point benchmarks in the scholarship descriptions are based on a 4.0 scale.