Scholarships are available at Fletcher; however, they are limited. The Financial Aid Office provides information and assistance to students in meeting their scholarship needs.
When you apply for the scholarships below, please complete the Fletcher Scholarship Application. For Spring 2018, please submit your application by noon January 5, 2018. Students who submit applications after January 5 will be considered for Fall 2018. The March 1 effective date begins after January 5, 2018.
It is important to note that:
THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ARE REQUIRED TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ALL SCHOLARSHIPS THAT YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR
- Completed Application Form
- Copy of High School to date or College Transcript to date
- 2 Letters of Recommendation
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT
- All applications & associated documents must be turned in by March 1st annually.
- Students at the Schriever Campus may submit the application to the Student Services.
- Students at the St. Charles Campus may submit the application to Student Services.
- For questions, please contact the Financial Aid Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 985-448-7917.
Claude Daspit LPN Scholarship Fund: Applicants selected for this scholarship must be pursing the following degree option: Officially accepted into Practical Nursing. Requirements: 2.5 GPA, Full time or part time student
The Broadway Elder Living and Rehabilitation Scholarship: Applicants selected for this scholarship must be pursing the following degree options: Nursing, Nursing Assistant, and Practical Nursing. Requirements: 2.5 GPA, Full time student.
Follett Scholarships: Applicants selected for this scholarship must be pursing the following degree options: all. Requirements: 2.5 GPA, Full time or part time student. First time freshmen are encouraged to apply.
GAP Scholarship: This scholarship opportunity is for students who receive financial aid (Pell), but their aid falls short in covering all their expenses (i.e. textbooks, tuition and fees). They must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours, be in good Academic Standing, Judicial Standing, and meet Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Policy. Requirements: 2.0 GPA, part time student
George & Alice Clauer Scholarship: Applicants selected for this scholarship must be pursing the following degree option: Cardiopulmonary Care Science Requirements: 2.75 GPA, Full time student (pending funding availability)
Gordon “Bubba” Dove: Applicants selected for this scholarship must be pursing the following degree options: Oil Service Industry, Machining, Welding, Marine Diesel, or a Business related field. Requirements: 2.5 GPA, Full time student
Shell: Click here to apply. Applicants selected for this scholarship must be pursing the following degree options: Machine Tool, Electrical, IPT, and Welding. Requirements: 2.5 GPA, Full time or part time student
Stephanie Percle Single Parents Scholarship: Applicants selected for this scholarship must be pursing the following degree option: Nursing. Requirements: 3.0 GPA, Full time or part time student
United Veterans League Scholarship: Applicants selected for this scholarship must be pursing the following degree options: any. Requirements: A family member must be a veteran i.e. immediate to extended family member, must attach a copy of DD214 or proof of military service, and need based; Full time or part time student can apply
FASTWEB: This is an external scholarship resource that links thousands of potential scholarships for students at schools across the world.
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.
FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES: Like all scholarships, general disability scholarships are awarded on many different criteria including merit, financial need, interests, or any other relevant criteria. The scholarships are available to all individuals with disabilities, though each will have different eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application processes. Click the link to find out more about each and how you can save on your education!
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MILITARY VETERANS: Many private companies and veteran service organizations award scholarships annually that help veterans go back to school. One such scholarship is the AMVET Scholarship Program. Eligible veterans can get up to $1,000 annually up to four years.
THUMBTACK SCHOOL-TO-SKILLS SCHOLARSHIP Thumbtack is dedicated to student’s success to individuals enrolling in or continuing to pursue education opportunities that allow them to expand their knowledge of entrepreneurship, developing valuable skills that are important in running a small business, and acquiring a trade offered on Thumbtack by offering a $5,000 scholarship. To be considered for this scholarship, candidate must be 18 years old, legal resident of one of the 50 states or District of Columbia, currently enrolled in a full-time undergraduate program, or plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate program during the 2016-2017 school year at an accredited career college, technical school, or two-or four- year college or university in the United States and must be pursuing a degree that allows you to learn a new trade, develop skills, or start a small business.