Scholarship Programs

Adult, workforce development and graduating high school senior scholarship programs

Scholarships for adult students

The Community Foundation of Macon County’s Adult Scholarship Fund provides adults and nontraditional students with the opportunity to earn their degree. The Community Foundation of Macon County encourages individuals who interrupted their schooling for at least three years at some point since high school graduation, you earned your GED, or you attended college to pursue an education. This scholarship supports two-year, four-year or a master’s degree as well as vocational training at Richland Community College and/or Millikin University.

Workforce development scholarships

The Community Foundation of Macon County's Workforce Development Scholarships provide designated support for workforce development programs in Macon County. These programs are administered by the partner agency.

Scholarships for graduating high school seniors

All eligible students must be a high school graduate or equivalent and must be accepted into an accredited institution of higher learning within the United States of America. Eligible students must be graduating high school this school year or be an existing college/university student who was previously awarded a multi-year scholarship through The Community Foundation of Macon County.