Performing Arts Program Anticipates Upcoming Year
Scholarships are free money that doesn't need to be paid back. According to thinkimpact.com, 58% of students in 2020 used scholarships to help pay for school. They also estimate that there are 1.7 million dollars in scholarships available to students. But many students aren't sure how to qualify for scholarships, where to find them, or how to apply.
At Hocking, students are automatically enrolled in many different scholarships when they apply to the college. Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis. Currently, there are around 50 scholarships available.
It's no surprise the cost of college has risen faster than inflation. So many students want to go to school but worry about the high price tag. Here at Hocking College, we’ll navigate the cost of college with you and your family. It doesn't have to be intimidating, and we are here to help.
The Hocking College Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that works with members of the community to achieve and maintain excellence, undertake development programs and enhance the college’s educational and public service mission. The Foundation provides over 50 scholarships and is responsible for the coordination of philanthropic and fundraising initiatives within the private sector and external support for the college’s programs, students, faculty and staff. The mission of the Hocking College Foundation is to promote community awareness, build and nurture meaningful relationships, and connect community partners with giving opportunities that fulfill their philanthropic objectives while advancing the mission of Hocking College.
So far this summer, Hocking College has awarded more than $10,000 in Performing Arts Scholarships for singers and musicians. "I'm not finished yet!," Emily Davis, Communications and Theatre Program Manager and head of performing arts, declared.
One deserving student will earn a two-year full-tuition scholarship in the memory of a beloved Ohio brewer.
There’s so much information about financial aid for college that it can be hard to tell the difference between fact and fiction. We’ve got you covered! Here are some common myths — and the real scoop — about financial aid and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.
The 2021–22 FAFSA was available beginning Oct. 1! If you plan to attend college between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, fill out your FAFSA form as soon as possible!
Starting Oct. 1, 2020, the 2021-22 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form is available. If you need financial aid to help pay your educational costs, you should complete the FAFSA early to ensure you receive the maximum aid you are eligible for.
NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Hocking College’s first graduation ceremony was held in a parking lot. Fifty years later, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ceremony was back outside.