The location for the October 19, 2017 meeting of the College’s Board of Trustees has been changed to the new Learning Resource Center on the Michael J. Grant Campus and is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.

Grants

In addition to the grants available through the State and Federal Financial Aid programs, students may be eligible for assistance from national and Suffolk County programs as listed below.

 
National Science Foundation:

National Science Foundation (NSF) Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics grant program- Available beginning with the Fall 2007 Semester.  See STEM Website for additional information.

Tuition Assistance Program for Children of Suffolk's Fallen First Responders

Tuition Assistance Program for Children of Suffolk's Fallen First Responders, established by the Suffolk County Legislature, is awarded to full-time and part-time students: full tuition
Criteria:

Document being first generation issue of Suffolk County volunteer firefighter, emergency medical technician, or Suffolk County town or village police officer killed in the line of duty.
Be accepted and enrolled at Suffolk County Community College.

Tuition assistance is renewable providing the student remains in good academic standing according to the College's academic policies.

Tuition Assistance Program for Children and Spouses of Fallen Soldiers

Tuition Assistance Program for Children and Spouses of Fallen Soldiers , established by the Suffolk County Legislature, is awarded to full-time and part-time students: full tuition
Criteria:

Document being a child or spouse of a member of the armed forces killed in a combat zone while in actual service of the Federal government, and whose home of record at the time of death was in Suffolk County.
Be accepted and enrolled at Suffolk County Community College. 

Tuition assistance is renewable providing the student remains in good academic standing according to the College's academic policies.

Suffolk Educational Program for Retention in the Voluntary Emergency Services (SERVES)

SERVES provides student/volunteers full scholarship funding to all those members in "Good Standing" in the Suffolk County Volunteer Fire or Emergency Medical Service and have not attained an Associates Degree (or 80 lifetime equivalent earned college credits) who commit to a length of service (based upon a sliding scale of credits earned) within their volunteer agency.

SERVES has an application deadline of October 1st for the fall semester and February 1st for the spring semester. SERVES will only pay tuition costs after any other potential grant/scholarship funding is awarded. SERVES will only pay tuition costs after any other potential grant/scholarship funding is awarded.

All student/volunteers MUST be registered at SCCC no later than May 1st and complete a standard Free Application for Federal Student Aid Form (FAFSA) to document gross tuition expense less any federal (i.e., Pell) or state (i.e., TAP) grant awards.

SERVES will award funds for full-time or part-time matriculated student/volunteers for spring and fall semesters only.

Students will be reimbursed based on grade point average (GPA) at the end of each term. For additional information visit: www.suffolksbravest.com