Domestic Student Aid
Financial Assistance Scholarship
This is a financial needs-based scholarship designed to help cover select academic costs associated with attending Heartland Christian College. Scholarships are limited in number and are given on the merit of demonstrated financial need on a first-come first-serve basis. When awarded, scholarship money is released directly to HCC for payment of student’s tuition, books, and/or fees for that semester. This scholarship includes a service requirement in which students who are awarded a scholarship spend a pre-selected number of hours per week in an area of service on the HCC campus. The number of hours of service relates to the amount of scholarship awarded.
A student may re-apply for this scholarship in subsequent semesters. Scholarship awards for those re-applying are based on continued financial need, good academic standing (2.00 or above GPA), and adherence to the Student Character Expectations published in the Student Life Handbook.
July 1st for fall semester
December 1st for spring semester
Contact the Financial Aid Office for further information or to receive a scholarship application.
HCC offers a micro grant to students that may face hardship during their time as a student in our college. This is not a scholarship granted at the beginning of an academic year, but rather, this is a hardship program available to students that may find themselves in extenuating circumstances including but not limited to job loss, injury or illness, and family tragedies that require student to be away from school and work for a period of time, resulting in the inability for student to be able to complete their payments to the college.
Students may contact the Financial Aid Office or their shepherd group leader for more information on applying for a micro grant.
International Student Aid
Needs-based scholarships may be available through Heartland Christian College for international students. International students are eligible to apply for scholarship funds during the admissions application process, however, no decision is made by the Executive Council, nor funds distributed, until the student has received acceptance to HCC.
Students may contact the Financial Aid Office or the Admissions Office for more information on applying for a scholarship and to receive an application.
Financial Aid Officer
Financial Aid Officer: Jennie Mayes