UC Clermont offers 2023-24 scholarships

Current and future students can apply for more than 60 donor-based awards

Online applications are now available for scholarships for future and current UC Clermont students.  

Students must fill out the application to be automatically considered for donor-based UC Clermont scholarships. Scholarship applications are due by 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2023. Donor-based scholarship recipients must have a completed UC Clermont admission application on file prior to accepting a scholarship.

UC Clermont offers more than 60 donor-based scholarships each year. In 2022, the college awarded more than $150,000 to students. Donors often have strong college or community ties, and the funding gives students the opportunity to reduce or eliminate the need for loans.

“Scholarships ease the financial burden for students through the generosity of our donors,” said Dawn Hundley, UC Clermont director of student success. “Many of our scholarship recipients are able to attend college without incurring student loan debt.”

For detailed information and scholarship application forms, please visit https://ucclermont.edu/donor-scholars. Potential applicants can review scholarship categories for eligibility requirements. Students are encouraged to apply for scholarships in more than one category.

For questions regarding the scholarship process, contact Dawn Hundley at dawn.hundley@uc.edu or 513-558-5935.

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