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Fletcher Technical Community College

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Scholarships

Scholarships are available at Fletcher; however, they are limited.  The Financial Aid Offic provides information and assistance to students in meeting their scholarship needs.  Scholarship FAQs.

BIG SCHOLARSHIP: Bayou Industrial Group, Inc. (BIG) may award a scholarship to a high school senior who will be enrolled as a full-time student at Fletcher in the fall semester immediately following high school graduation.  BIG sends scholarship rules and applications to each public and private high school in Lafourche, Terrebonne, and Assumption parishes in the spring with a stated deadline for submission.

BP INTEGRATED PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES (IPT) SCHOLARSHIP:  BP Foundation and BP Gulf of Mexico have established scholarships to assist students who are enrolled at least half time in Fletcher's Integrated Production Technologies (IPT) program.  The recipient is eligible for this scholarship for 2 years provided he or she meets all the above criteria and maintains a 3.0 overall grade point average.  Eligibility is per semester and requests to renew the scholarship must be made through the Office of Financial Aid at the end of the semester.

COLIN BLACK-CUMMINS MARINE DIESEL TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP:  The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a deserving full-time student majoring in the Marine Diesel Engine Technician program.  The scholarship entitles the recipient to payment of tuition and fees and reimbursement for textbook and supplies.  Applications are available in Student Services.
SOUTH CENTRAL INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION (SCIA) VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIP:  The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a student enrolled in a technical program.  This scholarship is awarded annually.

SOUTH LOUISIANA BANK BUSINESS AND SERVICES SCHOLARSHIP:   The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a full-time Terrebonne Parish student majoring in the Office Systems Technology or Accounting Technology Associate degree programs.  Student recipient must enroll in classes and must make consistent progress toward his/her degree program. 

THE JERRY LEDET SCHOLARSHIP:  The purpose of this scholarship is to award educational grants/scholarships to worthy students in their pursuit of a college education.  To qualify, applicants must be a high school graduate aspiring toward an advanced degree, be a full-time student, and maintain a 2.0 "C" average each semester.  Students interested in the Jerry Ledet Scholarship must apply in writing to the Financial Aid Officer (FAO) every semester.  Official transcripts, if applicable, must be included with the application letter.  The application and official transcript should be submitted to the FAO by August 20 if applying for a fall semester and December 20 if applying for a spring semester.