Scholarship applications can be submitted to the Financial Aid Office. The priority deadline is April 1, 2024. Applications will be accepted and awarded on a first-come basis should funding remain, through August 31, 2024.

Please submit documentation of grant eligibility to Belmont College's Financial Aid Office, such as an award notification or statement showing the grant applied.

Bridge to Success Scholarship Guidelines

Apply for Admission to Belmont College online at www.belmontcollege.edu.

File your 2024-2025 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) online at www.studentaid.gov.  Belmont College school code is 009941.

Submit this Scholarship Application to the Financial Aid Office.

Eligible candidates must also meet the following requirements:

Have received the Horizon Grant or Gateway Grant previously from EGCC.  Please submit documentation of grant eligibility to Belmont College's Financial Aid Office.
Enroll at Belmont College in the 2024-2025 academic year.

Important Information:

The Bridge to Success Scholarship will cover tuition only.
Students who receive federal grants (such as the Federal Pell Grant) will have their grant money applied to tuition first. If grant funding meets or exceeds the cost of tuition, student’s Bridge to Success Scholarship will not be utilized. Any remaining federal grant funds can be used to cover fees and book expenses. If a grant award total is less than the student’s tuition expense, the Bridge to Success Scholarship will cover the balance of tuition, but will not exceed the cost of tuition. After grants and Bridge to Success Scholarship funds are applied to the student’s account, they may still have a bill for fees and books.
Bridge to Success Scholarship recipients are selected by the Financial Aid Office.
The Bridge to Success Scholarship does not cover fees, books, or other expenses.
Bridge to Success Scholarship recipients must maintain a semester GPA of 2.0 and must be enrolled full-time.
Bridge to Success Scholarship ends upon completion of the student’s first degree or six consecutive semesters, whichever comes first.

I have read and understand the guidelines for the Bridge to Success Scholarship and understand that even after the scholarship is applied, I may still have a balance due to the College.