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Blinn College Washington County Scholarship

Effective in fall 2022, the Blinn College Washington County Scholarship provides up to $1,000 in tuition support for in-district students for up to one academic year. This scholarship has no need requirements and disburses on a “last-dollar basis,” meaning that scholarship funds will be applied toward eligible students’ tuition costs after all other financial aid awards have been applied toward their balance. Scholarship funding covers up to 12 credit hours per semester (as well as non-credit classes) and is available for up to one year after students have graduated high school or earned their high school equivalency.

The scholarship is made possible with the support of the Blinn College Foundation.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible, you must:

Students are eligible for one year after they graduate high school or earn their high school equivalency. To be eligible for fall 2022, winter minimester 2022-23, spring 2023, May minimester 2023, or summer 2023 scholarship funding, students must have graduated high school or completed their GED between December 2021 and August 2022. To be eligible for fall 2023, winter minimester 2023-24, spring 2024, May minimester 2024, or summer 2024 scholarship funding, students must have graduated high school or completed their GED between December 2022 and August 2023.