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Each year, the RCTC Foundation offers hundreds of scholarships to incoming, returning, and graduating students, totaling over $200,000.
Contact the Foundation Office at 507-281-7770, or visit their webpages for updated information
There are four RCTC Music Scholarships that are awarded each year.
Rick Stelling Memorial Scholarship
Charles Hill Music Scholarship
Susan Dobbe Memorial Scholarship
MLT Group Scholarship
In addition to these scholarships, be sure to apply for state and federal aid by contacting our Financial Aid Office. Here is a list of other resources to consider for additional sources of funding for your education.
Alliss Grant. The Alliss Grant is available for students who will be attending College after having been out of school for 7 years or longer. Other qualifications also apply. If approved, this grant will pay the tuition and textbook costs for one course, up to five credits.
RCTC Counseling Office - The College Blue Book of Scholarships, local Scholarship competitions, and scholarship notices by program are all available through the Counseling Department.
Reciprocity Agreements - If you are a student from North Dakota, South Dakota or Wisconsin, you may qualify for a reduced tuition rate if you are attending a Minnesota College. Contact the Admissions Office for more information on how to apply.
High School Counseling Office - Your high school counselor may have information about local scholarships that are available.
Search the Internet - Several scholarship searches are available to help students find dollars for education. FastWeb and MACH25 are just two of the many scholarship searches available.
American Indian Scholarship Resources - Special Scholarships for Native American Students are available. For more information, contact your local tribal education office or visit these websites: http://www.collegefund.org and http://www.bia.gov/.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement Programs - Check with your Employer to see if they will reimburse employees for College coursework.
Clubs and Organizations - Check with your local Jaycees, Optimists, and/or Lions clubs as well as banks, churches, businesses and other groups to see if they offer scholarships.
Library - Use your local Library and the College Library to seek out scholarship sources.