EFSC offers a variety of scholarships based on academic merit, athletic or artistic talent, and leadership skills. Check out the info on Titan Scholarships and the additonal opportunities in the chart below.
EFSC students are encouraged to apply for scholarships via Titan Scholarships, EFSC’s easy online scholarship application system, to be considered for scholarships funded by generous donations to the EFSC Foundation. Dual enrolled students are not eligible for these scholarships. Check the update box below for the latest information on the Titan Scholarships system and the link to apply. There are two different kinds of "opportunities" in Titan Scholarships — scholarships to which you will "auto match" if you meet the qualifications and scholarships you "apply to" because they require additional information. While submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is not required, submitting a FAFSA will increase your likelihood of “auto matching” with opportunities if your FAFSA results indicate you have financial need. If needed, you can start your Titan Scholarships application in our online system and save it to log back in and finish later.
Apply for Titan Scholarships Now
The Titan Scholarships online system is open now through 11:59 PM on Monday, October 21 for current and accepted EFSC students to apply for Spring 2020 scholarships. All eligible current and accepted EFSC students are encouraged to log in to myEFSC and click on the Scholarships icon to apply for scholarships funded through the EFSC Foundation. Award notices will be sent through Titan student email later this fall so check your email. Students can also research external scholarships and apply for need-based financial aid.
Additional EFSC Scholarship List
Please see below for more information about EFSC Scholarship opportunities, including how to apply for these options. Students who are dual enrolled in high school and the College are not eligible for EFSC Scholarships.
Large variety of scholarships based on need, merit, program of study, and other qualifications.
From $300 up to full tuition + books
|All students are encouraged to apply online via Titan Scholarships in the myEFSC portal. Click on the Scholarships icon. Contact the Office of Financial Aid with questions.|
|$10K BAS||For students pursuing the B.A.S. in Advanced Health Sciences or Computer Information Technology.||Student's total out of pocket expense for B.A.S. degree will not exceed $10K||Submit the application by July 30 prior to the student's freshman year.|
|Art||Awarded to select students enrolled in Visual Arts classes.||$312-$1000/semester||Contact Lance Henderson, Professor of Visual Arts, or Joanna White, Assistant Professor of Art, for details.|
|Athletics||Awarded to students competing on EFSC's 11 NJCAA athletic teams.||Up to tuition, fees, books, room & board||Contact the athletic recruiter for the sport of interest for details.|
For students in the Wind Ensemble, the Chamber orchestra, or the Jazz Ensemble.
|50% to 100% tuition/semester||Contact James Bishop, Director of Instrumental Music and Associate Professor of Music, for details.|
|Choir||Awarded to selected students in the Concert Choir.||$500 to full tuition/semester||Contact Dr. Robert Lamb, Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities, for details.|
|Student Government Association (SGA)||Awarded to elected SGA officers.||$500/semester||Contact the Director of Student Life on your EFSC campus for details.|
|Theatre||Awarded to students involved in Theatre Rehearsal & Performance.||Generally $500/semester||Contact Jeanine Henry, Assistant Professor of Theatre, for details.|