Available Scholarships

Denmark Technical College (DTC) offers numerous institutional and special scholarships. The Office of the President, in consultation with the Vice President for Academic Affairs, recommends the granting of academic scholarships.  The recommendations are made consistent with the established criteria. Scholarship awards may be restricted according to special purposes. Students needing additional assistance should contact the Office of Financial Aid.  The Financial Aid Office administers all aid programs.  Monitoring of the criteria for awards below will be done by the Office of the President.  

To be considered for scholarships, you should apply for admissions and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) and complete the DTC New Student Scholarship Application.

Presidential Scholarship Award 

In-state tuition, room, board, and fees are offered by selection to an entering freshman who meets the following criteria: 

  • First-time, full-time students
  • A high school grade point average (GPA) of 3.50 or higher on a 4.0 scale

To maintain this scholarship, the student must:

  • Enroll in and pass a minimum of fifteen (15) semester credit hours each semester
  • Maintain a minimum cumulative and semester grade point average of 3.30  
  • Abide by the legal, ethical, and moral guidelines of Denmark Technical College.
  • Understand and accept that there is a consequence for misconduct and that any actual or perceived impropriety behavior may result in the cancelation of your scholarship.
  • Must complete a minimum of twenty (20) approved community service hours each semester
  • Must complete the Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) for Denmark Technical College

*Scholarships are non-refundable and are applied after all other financial aid and scholarships are exhausted.  This may result in your Denmark Technical College scholarship being reduced.  Scholarship recipients must apply for all federal and state financial aid, if applicable. Scholarship funds will be applied towards the cost of tuition, Denmark Technical College housing, meal plans, textbooks, and fees.  All scholarship offers are finalized based on the final high school transcript and final high school grade point average.

 

Denmark Technical College Presidential Scholarships are merit-based and are available to first-time full-time college students.

Our scholarships are offered to highly motivated and academically talented students who have clear goals for their undergraduate education.

The goals of this web site are to provide prospective applicants with information about the merit-based scholarships offered at Denmark Technical College, to share good news with alumni and friends, and to provide useful information and documents for Scholars.

Mark Huffman

Criminal Justice

Classification:
Freshman
Hometown:
Sumter, SC
Scholarship:
Dean

Luther Reid Jr.

Engineering

Classification:
Freshman
Hometown:
Augusta, GA
Scholarship:
Dean

Isaiah Sellers

Criminal Justice

Classification:
Freshman
Hometown:
Rembert, SC
Scholarship:
Vice-President

Asonte Smith

Cosmetology

Classification:
Freshman
Hometown:
Nesses, SC
Scholarship:
Presidential

Amon Williams

Business Administration

Classification:
Freshman
Hometown:
Savannah, GA
Scholarship:
Dean

Brionna Winters-Woodard

Criminal Justice

Classification:
Freshman
Hometown:
St. Matthews, SC
Scholarship:
Vice-President

Vice Presidential Scholarship Award 

This one-year scholarship covers the current cost of in-state tuition and is offered by selection to an entering first-time student who meets the following criteria: 

  • A GPA of 3.3-3.49 or higher on a 4.0 scale
  • First-time full-time students
  • A current high school diploma, and 
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who qualify for the Federal Pell Grant   through completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)* and have successfully completed all financial aid processes and been awarded by June 30. Consideration may also be given to students who have demonstrated a strong likelihood to qualify for the Federal Pell Grant through a combination of other factors.

To maintain this scholarship, the student must enroll in and pass fifteen (15) semester credit hours and maintain a minimum cumulative and semester grade point average of 3.00.  All recipients are expected to abide by the legal, ethical and moral guidelines of Denmark Technical College. Recipients must understand and accept that there is a consequence for misconduct, and that any actual or perceived impropriety behavior may result in cancelation of their scholarship.  

Deans’ Scholarship 

This one-year scholarship covers half of current cost of in-state tuition and is offered by selection to an entering first-time student who meets the following criteria: 

  • A GPA of 3.0 -3.29 or higher on a 4.0 scale
  • A current high school diploma, and
  • First-time full-time students
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who qualify for the Federal Pell Grant   through completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)* and have successfully completed all financial aid processes and been awarded by June 30. Consideration may also be given to students who have demonstrated a strong likelihood to qualify for the Federal Pell Grant through a combination of other factors.

Students must be an undergraduate student pursuing a first degree. To maintain this scholarship, the student must enroll in and pass fifteen (15) semester credit hours and maintain a minimum cumulative and semester grade point average of 3.00.  All recipients are expected to abide by the legal, ethical and moral guidelines of Denmark Technical College. Recipients must understand and accept that there is a consequence for misconduct, and that any actual or perceived impropriety behavior may result in cancelation of their scholarship.

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