GREENVILLE TECHNICAL COLLEGE
BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIP
The scholarship has a total value of $1,500 and is designated for the 2019-2020 academic year.
One graduating student
high school within the Greenville County School District, enrolling
in a Business Division Program at Greenville Technical College, will be selected for the scholarship if
eligibility criteria and scholarship application deadlines are met. The scholarship is divided into $500
awards for each semester (up to three consecutive semesters as long as the student maintains a “C”
average/2.0 GPA) during the 2019-2020 academic year and may only be applied toward tuition.
Any additional tuition costs, lab fees, application fees, student fees, books or uniforms will be the
responsibility of the student.
The scholarships will be awarded by the Greenville Technical College Scholarship Committee in April
according to the following procedures and guidelines:
1. Each student selected for the scholarship must have applied, met requirements, submitted
Declaration of Legal Presence, and received acceptance into a Business Division program of his
or her choice. Prior to selection, the following steps must be completed by the student:
A. Submit Greenville Technical College’s Application for Admission online at
on or before Friday, March 15, 2019.
B. Complete and submit the Legal Presence Form along with required state or Federal issued
C. Take Greenville Technical College’s placement examination or submit SAT scores of 480 or
higher on the verbal, 480 or higher on the math, or ACT Math & English scores 19 or
higher by Wednesday, March 20, 2019.
D. Submit copy of the applicant’s high school transcript with application.
E. Submit the 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is available
online at www.fafsa.gov, and have a Student Report sent to Greenville Technical College.
(Federal College Code 003991)
2. Applicant must complete the portion of the scholarship application labeled “Student
Information” and give the completed form to his or her high school counselor.
3. A recommendation must accompany the application and it must be written by the student’s
high school counselor. The completed scholarship application form and recommendation must
be received by the college no later than 1:00 PM on Friday, March 29, 2019.
4. Students receiving this award may not combine it with the Lillian Simpson or Vocational
5. A college representative will present the scholarship at the awards program at the end of the
academic year. We ask that the recipient be present.