Shelton State Community College offers competitive scholarships to qualified students who are residents of the state of Alabama. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee a scholarship award. Scholarships are awarded based on availability of funds. Only completed scholarship applications with the required information attached will be considered.  

Alabama State Board of Education policy requires that scholarship recipients be U.S. citizens or resident aliens who meet institutional requirements. Every applicant is required to submit an application for admission to the College and is encouraged to apply for federal financial aid. Application must be made for the academic year(s) in which the award will be provided. Application for financial aid may be made online at Shelton State's school code is 005691.

Before applying for scholarships, all applicants must complete an application for admission to the College.

Online scholarship applications available January 11, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. Scholarship application deadline is March 1 at 11:59 p.m.

2016 - 2017 Scholarship Information

The spring 2016 scholarship deadline has passed.   

Please Read Before Applying:

To Get Started:

Click “Set Password”, enter your preferred MyShelton email address, and wait for the password reset email in order to apply.

To upload a copy of your unofficial transcript, access your MyShelton account and click on Academic Transcript. Highlight the entire page, copy then paste your unofficial transcript into a Word document and save. Click upload in AwardSpring and then search for the saved document in your file. Once you've located your saved document, double click on it and it will attach to AwardSpring.  

Please create your essay in a separate document and save. Once completed, copy and paste in the essay area in AwardSpring and click Submit Application.

To apply for scholarships:

Scholarship Application Student Guide

Help Desk Support:

8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday

Phone: 1-888-258-5628

For additional information, contact the Scholarship Office at 205.391.2981 or

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