College Scholarships available through CCFMM

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

ATTN: Schools and Parishes

The Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan is excited to announce the 2021-2022 College Scholarship opportunities. Unlike past years, this year we are introducing a new online scholarship application process! Over the past year the CCFMM transitioned to a new software system called CommunitySuite. This software system allows students to apply online and manage applications for multiple scholarships.

This online portal for college scholarships, will be the only path for applying for scholarships. We will be happy to assist you as we transition to no longer accepting hard copy applications.

To access the CCFMM College Scholarship Online Portal, Click Here!

Below are links to a written “How to Register” guide as well as a video tutorial.

Written Tutorial

Video Tutorial

The deadline for application submissions is Monday, January 17th of 2022 at 11:59 p.m.

I would also like to offer my assistance to Principals, Office Managers, Scholarship Advisors, Counselors, Business Managers, and families with any questions regarding the online application portal.

Please be sure to notify the students that hard copies will not be accepted. If you need assistance in the application process and or registering, please feel free to contact Connor Rabine via phone at 989-797-6684 or email at connor.rabine@ccfmm.org

You can also check out our Facebook page for updates.


The CCFMM College Scholarship Listing for 2022

All Saints Central Scholarships

The Lori Stillwell Memorial Scholarship

For a graduating All Saints Central High School student who is enrolled in an accredited college. Applicants must be involved in extra curricular activities, have a GPA of 2.7 in high school, maintain a 2.5 average in college and be enrolled in a health or education curriculum.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

General Scholarships

The Anthony & Elizabeth Brenske Memorial Scholarship

Applicants must be residents of Saginaw, Bay or Midland counties; students attending a Michigan university/college of any kind, not necessarily roman catholic; primary criteria will be financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to applicants who are students at or from Nouvel Catholic Central High School, and/or are attending Saginaw Valley State University, and/or were previously awarded any grant or loan from the loan trust.

If there are multiple qualified applicants the scholarship may be split. The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Cyril William Brenske Memorial Scholarship

Applicants must be residents of Saginaw, Bay or Midland counties; students attending a Michigan university/college of any kind, not necessarily roman catholic; primary criteria will be financial need and academic achievement. Preference will be given to applicants who are students at or from Nouvel Catholic Central High School, and/or are attending Saginaw Valley State University, and/or were previously awarded any grant or loan from the loan trust.

If there are multiple qualified applicants the scholarship may be split. The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Edward & Marie Abele Memorial Scholarship

Applicants must be residents of Saginaw, Bay or Midland counties; students attending a Michigan university/college of any kind, not necessarily roman catholic; primary criteria will be students between the ages of 16-30 years of age; who are diligent and sincere practitioners of the Roman Catholic faith; non-seminarians at any public or private college/university within the US; or residents of any of the 11 counties of the Diocese of Saginaw if attending any Roman Catholic seminary anywhere.

If there are multiple qualified applicants the scholarship may be split. The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Fr. Robert G. Navarre College Scholarship

For Catholic School graduates who are admitted and enrolled in an accredited college/university. Financial need and GPA will be considered. Applicants must be practicing Catholics.

As allowed by the fund, scholarship(s) of a maximum of $1,000 will be awarded for up to four years.

The Regina Graveline Family Fund For Catholic Education (Advised)

To help young men or women who are pursuing a Catholic college/university education. The award is based upon the student’s personal achievements, scholastic accomplishment, financial need, community service, and GPA.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Joshua Robert Jasman Fund (Advised)

To support college scholarships for any graduate of a Bay County high school.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The LeFevre & Rokita Families Catholic College Scholarship Fund (Advised)

For students who wish to attend an approved Catholic College from the Cardinal Newman Society recommended college list. Applicant must be a graduate of a Catholic High School of the Diocese of Saginaw. The applicant must show that they attend Church weekly and practice their faith through Christian Service volunteer work.

Scholarships of $1,000 per year may be made up to four years.

Nouvel Catholic Central Scholarships

The Bob Logan Memorial Scholarship

For college bound graduates of Nouvel Catholic Central High School who will have a major or minor in music (vocal or instrumental). Students must have been involved in vocal or instrumental music in high school either at Nouvel or in their parish.

If there are multiple qualified applicants the scholarship may be split. The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Craig Siler Scholarship

For a graduating Nouvel Catholic Central senior who has maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better throughout their four years of high school and who has participated in music or the performing arts for all four years of high school. Applicant students also must have participated meaningfully in liturgies and used their talent for the betterment of the school.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Val and Julie Kostrzewa Nouvel  Scholarship

For Nouvel Catholic Central students to attend college.

As allowed by the fund, a scholarship of a maximum of $1,000 may be awarded. The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Larry J. Oswald Memorial Scholarship

For a graduating Nouvel Catholic Central High School student who is admitted and enrolled in an accredited college/university. The applicant must show financial need and must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 throughout their four years of high school at Nouvel. Integrity, character, and dedication to studies will be considered.

Scholarships will be a minimum of $250 per year. The number of scholarships will be determined by the market value of the fund.

The Maria Elizabeth Paquette Memorial Scholarship for the Advancement of Life

For a graduating Nouvel Catholic Central High School student who is admitted and enrolled in an accredited college/university. The applicant must have attended Nouvel for at least two years and be a graduate of Nouvel Catholic Central High School. The applicant must exhibit financial need, have maintained a minimum GPA of 2.0, and complete the 750-1000 word essay.

The scholarship amount will be $100.

The Northwest Kiwanis Scholarship

For senior(s) of Nouvel Catholic High School who are members of the Academic Olympic Team.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Scott Dangel Scholarship Endowment Fund

For a Nouvel Catholic Central senior who is admitted and enrolled in an accredited college/university. The student must be an athlete who exhibits athletic ability and who is working up to their full potential academically.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Shannan Marie Thompson Memorial Scholarship

For a graduating Nouvel Catholic Central High School student who is admitted and enrolled in an accredited college/university. Financial need is not a factor. Recipients will be selected on the basis of scholastic achievement and/or desirable qualities of character and leadership. Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.25.

As allowed by the fund, a scholarship of a maximum of $1,000 may be awarded.

The Timothy Horny Nouvel Baseball Scholarship

For a graduating Nouvel Catholic Central senior who will be attending an accredited institution of higher learning. The student must be of good character and academic ability who participated in baseball for all four years of high school.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Fr. E. C. LeFevre College Scholarship

For students graduating from Nouvel Catholic Central High School.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Patrick Ackerman Scholarship

For a graduating Nouvel Catholic Central Senior who has maintained a B average or better throughout all 4 years of high school and who has actively participated in all phases of student life.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

The Rod Luplow Memorial Scholarship

For a graduating Nouvel Catholic Central High School student who is admitted and enrolled in an accredited college/university and who has participated in Nouvel’s football program. The student must be able to show financial need and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 throughout their four years of high school at Nouvel and possess characteristics of leadership, character and determination.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

Cesario Hernandez Memorial Scholarship (Advised)

For a graduate of Nouvel Catholic Central High School or public school. Pursuing a career in one of the following areas: Medical (doctor, nurse, research); Civil Engineering; or Computer Science/Computer Engineering, enrolled in a minimum of 10 credits, at minimum sustain a B average in high school, be of Mexican descent. Preference will be given to Nouvel Catholic Central High School students.

The scholarship of $1,000 may be renewed one time.

St. Thomas Aquinas Slominski Scholarship

For any senior student in a Saginaw County High School who is also a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas Elementary School (Nouvel Catholic Central Elementary School). Financial need will be a consideration.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

St. Thomas Aquinas Parish Specific Scholarship

The Berberovich Memorial Fund

For students from St. Thomas Aquinas parish, Saginaw, who have graduated from a Saginaw Catholic High School who plan to enroll in a Catholic College or University.

The scholarship amount will be determined in 2022.

High School Scholarships will be announced in the coming months.