By filling out just one application, you will be considered for all Navarro College Foundation Scholarships and Navarro College Scholarships for which you qualify. Navarro College offers nearly 75 scholarships, which full-time and part-time students can apply for each year to help pay for tuition and textbooks.Scholarships are available for students in all majors, and vary in the amount awarded. It is very important that you complete a Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA). Go to www.Studentaid.gov for instructions and assistance on completing your FASFA. The Navarro College Financial Aid Office at 903-875-7363. To qualif for scholarships based on financial need, students must have completed a FAFSA.
Navarro College is grateful to the following individuals and organizations for making scholarship funds available to students. For information concerning these loans and scholarships, contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Tom Waldrop Scholarship / Navarro College
Oliver L. Albritton Scholarship / Oliver L. Albritton
McAfee Daniel Achievement Scholarship / McAfee Daniel
Piercy Jane Bartlett Memorial Scholarship / Family of Piercy Jane Bartlett
Norlaine and John Barton Memorial Scholarship / Family of Norlaine and John Barton
Christy Lee Boyd Memorial Scholarship / Mrs. Lucile Boyd
Alvis and Ruth Calame Memorial Scholarship / Estate of Alvis and Ruth Calame
M. C. and Mattie Caston Scholarship / M.C. and Mattie Caston
Cavender-Walker-Pitts Professional Business Women’s Club Scholarship / Professional Business Women’s Club
Geneva Duncan Davis Scholarship / Family and Friends of Geneva Duncan Davis
Tom & Vera Duncan Psychiatric Inst. Of America Health Prof. Scholarship / Children of Tom & Vera Duncan
Mary and Van Elkins Memorial Scholarship / Family of Mary and Van Elkins
Dr. Larry Weaver, Faculty, and Navarro College Employees Scholarship / Navarro College Faculty and Employees
Louis E. Gibson Health Professions Scholarship / Louis Wolens & Wolens Foundation
Drew Gillen Memorial Scholarship / Fund Friends of Drew Gillen
Gaston T. Gooch Scholarship / Navarro College Alumni Assoc. & Corsicana Rotary Club
Martha Grove Legal Assistants Scholarship / Friends of Martha Grove
David Hale Memorial Scholarship / Family and Friends of David Hale
Doug Hightower Criminal Justice Scholarship / Corsicana Police Officer’s Wives Association
Clyde and Alma Hollingsworth Memorial Scholarship / Family of Clyde and Alma Hollingsworth
Darrell Hughes Jr. Memorial Scholarship / Family of Darrell Hughes Jr.
John Jennings Memorial Agriculture Scholarship / Friends of John Jennings
Lottie Jones Mansfield Scholarship/ Endowment Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Jones
Harry McCord Fine Arts Scholarship / Sandra Dowd & Friends of Harry McCord
Presidential Scholarship / Louis Wolens & Wolens Family
David Redford Memorial Band Scholarship / Family of David Redford
John Roberts-Computer Science / Mrs. Nancy Roberts & Friends
Ivan and Adele Rosenburg Scholarship / Mr. & Mrs. Herb Silverberg & Max Silverberg
Pa Saar and Jason Trier Memorial Scholarship / Friends of Pa Saar and Jason Trier
Jay & Daisy Silverberg Music Scholarship / Silverbergs & Friends
Gelene Duncan Simpson Scholarship / Family and Friends of Gelene Duncan Simpson
Susan and Elton Skinner Jr. Memorial Scholarship / Family of Susan and Elton Skinner
Elizabeth & William Stokes Scholarship / Dr. William Stokes
Louis & Ann Wolens Health Professions Scholarship / Louis & Ann Wolens
Kenneth Wylie Memorial Scholarship / Friends of Kenneth Wylie
Jim Jones Art Scholarship / Mr. Jim Jones
Navarro College Brilliance Scholarship / avarro College Foundation Ellis County Scholarship Committee
Navarro College Foundation Scholarship / Navarro College Foundation Board of DirectorsChoral & Instrumental Music Navarro College
The M.C. and Mattie Caston Scholarships are named for the people whose generosity has reached out to the young people of the college’s primary service area. These scholarships make available educational opportunities to deserving high school graduates from Navarro, Ellis, Limestone, Freestone, and Leon counties. Through the Navarro Education Foundation, grants are also available to assist selected Navarro College graduates as they seek further study in pursuit of the baccalaureate degree. To be eligible for this program, graduates must meet certain criteria, including a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.7. For complete information concerning the M.C. and Mattie Caston Scholarship, contact the Financial Aid Office or www.navarrocollege.edu/financialaid.
External scholarships are outside agencies which are sought independently by the student. Navarro College has no connection with or control over these websites:
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The Foundation was established in 1974 as Mid-Tex Educational and Research Corporation. The name was formally changed to the Navarro College Foundation, Inc. in 1989. The Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt entity and works as the philanthropic arm of Navarro College to seek additional resources beyond state and local appropriations. Resources for the Foundation are primarily provided through individual donations, corporate donations, and grants. Each year, the Foundation holds three fundraisers to enhance the scholarship opportunities for Navarro College students. “Dancing For Our Stars” provides education benefits to students at the Navarro campus.
Brilliance provides scholarships to students in Ellis County and Excellence assists students in Freestone, Leon, and Limestone Counties. Through the support received by the community, the Navarro College Foundation has awarded over $200,000 each year in scholarships. The Foundation has also been instrumental in providing resources for building projects such as dormitory halls, the Cook Education Center, and most recently the Hunters and Gatherers of the Blackland Prairie exhibit. In addition, the Foundation provides support to the Navarro College faculty through Teaching Excellence Awards and the purchase of instructional equipment. None of these life changing opportunities would be possible without your continued dedication and support.
Thank you!Dr. Harold Housley Executive Director, Navarro College Foundation Foundation and Vice President of Operations and Institutional Advancement, Navarro College