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Scholarship Application

The Fall 2020 scholarship applications are now available. The scholarship application deadline is Friday, September 11, 2020. Scholarships can be reviewed and applications submitted via this link: It is best to use Google Chrome or Internet Explorer web browsers when using the Academic Works web page. Applicants will be asked to upload their most recent transcript. Be sure to open the transcript attachment in the application web page before uploading and make sure not to use any punctuation in the transcript file name, such as periods or dashes. Some scholarships allow applicants without previous college courses to use their high school transcripts and GPA.

Let’s encourage all of our students to apply! Every year scholarship money is left on the table because not enough students apply. Scholarships are a great way to help pay for college expenses and many of these scholarships offer more than one award. If we are able to meet in person, the scholarship awards ceremony will be held Tuesday, October 20, 2020. If we are unable to hold the ceremony, checks will be mailed directly to students.

If you have any questions, please email for assistance.

The Solano College Scholarship Foundation is a non-profit corporation that awards scholarships to Solano College students on the basis of academic achievement and demonstrated potential for excellence. The Foundation is administrated by a Board of Directors providing representation from the communities of Solano County.

The goal of the Foundation is the promotion of scholastic excellence by providing a program that will identify, recognize and reward outstanding scholars attending Solano College. Beginning with the three scholarships that were presented in 1974, the program has grown significantly. Scholarships are presented at an annual fall Awards Ceremony held at the end of September or early October. In 2019 awards totaling $44,775 were presented to 51 students.