Need money for college? The ICC Education Foundation has more than 700 scholarships available – and one might have your name on it. All it takes is one easy application. 

Apply For Scholarships

The scholarship application process is open all year long at ICC.

Through September 30, 2024, you can still apply for the 2024-2025 year.

Starting October 1, 2024, you can apply for the 2025-2026 year.

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What is a Scholarship?

Discover the types of scholarships you can apply for to receive financial help to pay for college. 

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Who’s Eligible?

To receive a scholarship from the ICC Educational Foundation, you must be: 

  • A resident of ICC District #514 and enrolled at ICC 
  • A high school graduate or equivalent 
  • Eligible to apply for federal financial aid (or noncitizen requirements for international students) and have completed your FAFSA (ICC Code: 006753) 
  • In good academic standing (2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale) each semester and cumulatively, with 67% of your enrolled classes completed with a grade of a C or better. NOTE: Some scholarships require a higher GPA
  • Not a recipient of a tuition waiver

    If that’s you, keep reading…. 

How to Apply

Ready to get your scholarship money? To start, you’ll need to apply to ICC or already be enrolled. Then you’ll need a bit of preparation for your online application. 

After You Hit Submit 

Once you’ve applied, you’ll automatically be considered for each and every scholarship you qualify for. We’ll send written notification about any scholarships you receive no later than July 15

Peoria Promise

If you have been a resident of Peoria or West Peoria for four years or more, attended high school in Peoria – you may be eligible for 50-100% tuition reimbursement through Peoria Promise. Peoria Promise is a last dollar reimbursement program. Your reimbursement will be determined after all other financial aid has been applied.

Check out the Peoria Promise website and submit your online application between February 1 and May 1. 

Check Your Eligibility

Many scholarships require students to apply for federal aid, so you’ll need to complete your FAFSA before submitting your ICC scholarship application. If you don’t qualify for federal aid, you can still qualify for many Foundation scholarships. 

If you’re receiving other financial aid for the academic year, your scholarship award may be reduced to remain in compliance with federal regulations. 

  • Foundation scholarships are for use only at ICC — a few exceptions are made for transfer scholarships. 
  • Your scholarship money will be divided equally between fall and spring semesters to fund direct college costs. This covers tuition, books and supplies, and academic-related expenses — with priority in that order and subject to each scholarship’s allowances. 
  • If you need to use your scholarship funds to purchase books, visit the Scholarship Adviser in the Financial Assistance office to establish bookstore credit. 
  • The specific amount of your scholarship award may vary depending upon available funds, and it may be adjusted based on your hours of enrollment at the time your student account is credited. 
  • Your ICC Foundation scholarship connects with your student account to keep you from being dropped from classes. Any remaining balance is your responsibility. 

Financial Assistance

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Fri: 8 am – 2 pm
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Mon-Tue: 8 am – 6 pm
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