Scholarships & Grants
In the continued spirit of giving back to the community, Marshall Community Credit Union awards $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors. The scholarship can be used toward tuition and admission fees to an accredited college or technical school in the United States.
- Student must be a graduating high school senior in the spring of 2020
- Student must be a MCCU member in good standing
- Must attend a college or technical school in the United States
- Student must show proof of college acceptance before receiving funds
- Every qualified candidate will be considered; however, financial need and community involvement will be a factor
The acceptance period for this years MCCU Scholarship applications has ended. Please check back again in January for information on next years available scholarships.
Marshall Community Credit Union will fund grants, limited to a maximum of $750 and a minimum of $100 each, through the 2019-20 school year. The success of the funding will be re-evaluated each school year.
The creation of our Mini-Grant Program is based on the following:
- Encourage support for staff and faculty of area schools.
- Keep parents informed about the activities and programs supported by Marshall Community Credit Union.
- Engage in projects that will enhance the quality of financial education and literacy at the school.
Eligibility: Any staff or faculty member of a participating school, regardless of the department. Schools include, Marshall High School, Marshall Middle School, Walters Elementary, Gordon Elementary, Hughes Elementary, Marshall Academy, Mar Lee School, Harper Creek Middle School and Wattles Park Elementary.
Funding: A maximum of $750 and minimum of $100 per grant, per year, budget permitting.
Details: Requests should be submitted in writing on the form below. Applicant shall be available to answer questions, if requested. Petitions for grants will be considered by the Marketing Department of Marshall Community Credit Union.