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The Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Scholarship

$1,500

Deadline Varies

Awards Available: 150

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team recognizes high achieving two-year college students who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends their education beyond the classroom to benefit society. Fifty (50) students will be named Gold Scholars, each receiving $1,500 scholarships; fifty (50) students will be named Silver Scholars, each receiving $1,250 scholarships; and fifty (50) students will be named Bronze Scholars, each receiving $1,000 scholarships. Nominees must be enrolled at a community college through December the year in which the scholarship is awarded, with a minimum of six semester credit hours or nine quarter credit hours. A 3.5 GPA is required and students must be on track to receive an associate's or bachelor's degree (or the equivalent). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Inc.
  • P.O. Box 1615
  • Atlanta, GA 30301-0442
  • scholarship.programs@ptk.org
  • 601-987-5741

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Amelie B  on 1/24/2020 11:37:04 PM

I'm from the city where Coca Cola was invented. I love my city, but I want to venture out and go to a community college across the country in Seattle Washington. I want to do something innovative just like John Pemberton.

Katherine C  on 12/28/2019 6:08:24 PM

I need financial help to attend school this spring semester. Also, because who else doesn't enjoy sipping coca-cola? I know that my favorite boyband (BTS) does!

Amanda N DeFalco  on 12/27/2019 2:41:45 PM

I love Coca Cola

Justin B  on 11/19/2019 8:13:38 PM

I never thought I could get paid by cracking open a cold one with the boys.

Trevor G  on 12/30/2018 3:58:25 PM

I like Coke so much I had the name tattooed on my chest.

eva y  on 12/1/2018 9:56:01 AM

I applied because I am out of aid for school, and my college gave me a list of organizations that could help assist in me graduating in August.

Shannon K  on 4/11/2014 12:52:53 PM

I applied after being nominated at my current college and won!

Kaleb D  on 12/1/2010 9:13:12 AM

I Love Coca-cola and now i can get college money for loving it

Alena R  on 11/11/2010 5:11:17 PM

I applied!!!

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