All scholarships have minimum GPA and enrollment requirements, please see the current Bulletin for specific details.
Covers the cost of tuition, room and board, fall and spring semesters only. The recipient
must have an enhanced ACT composite of 28 or higher. Students eligible for the Board
of Trustees Scholarship would not be eligible for other scholarships because a student
cannot receive in scholarships more than the published cost of attending school per
Covers one-half the cost of tuition, room, & board at Holmes Community College. The
recipient must have an enhanced ACT composite of 24-27
Covers the cost of tuition at Holmes Community College. It does not include room and
board. The recipient must have an enhanced ACT composite of 20 -23
Students receiving an ACT Scholarship must meet the following requirements:
A competitive scholarship that is offered only on the Goodman Campus. Students must
be accepted into the Holmes Plus Program and show an aptitude in Science and Mathematics.
Student must have a composite ACT of 24 or higher with a math sub-score of 23 or higher.
Selection for the scholarship is by committee and students must maintain enrollment
and GPA criteria, as well as follow a prescribed curriculum. The Holmes Plus Scholarship
covers the remaining charges for tuition, room, and board once all other scholarships
and aid have been applied.
Valedictorians and Salutatorians from Mississippi High Schools are eligible for a one-time $100.00 award, provided they have Enhanced ACT composite scores of at least 20 and are enrolled as full-time students.
Scholarships may be awarded to 1st place district and/or state SkillsUSA contest winners in specific Career/Technical areas of individual competition or in team competition that is discipline-specific (see current Holmes CC bulletin for details).
Engineering Technology majors on the Goodman campus who have participated in Technology Applications at the secondary level are eligible to apply for this merit scholarship.
Grant-in-Aid scholarships are awarded in baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, softball, and tennis. A limited number of out-of-state scholarships are also available.
Scholarships are available to cheerleaders and mascots each semester.
Scholarships are available to students who desire to participate in theatrical productions.
Scholarships are awarded to both the editor of the school newspaper, The Growl, and the yearbook, Horizons.
Music scholarships are available in the following areas:
The Holmes Development Foundation oversees Endowment Scholarships that can be awarded to students majoring in specific disciplines. For more information about Endowment Scholarships, contact the Development Foundation. The Development Foundation also oversees many Patronage Scholarships that can be awarded to students majoring in specific disciplines. Award criteria vary from scholarship to scholarship. For a complete list of these scholarships, see the Bulletin (catalog).