South Central Communications (SCC) believes quality education is foundational for young people to compete in today’s fast-changing world. Not only is a good education extremely valuable to the scholarship recipient, but we recognize it also benefits the community in which they live. That’s why in 2014, we increased our scholarship awards to $1,000/each, providing
South Central Communications is proud to announce our scholarship recipients for the 2018-2019 school year. Each deserving student received a $1,000 award for excellence in the classroom and dedication to making an impact in their schools and communities. The selection process is always difficult, and we want to congratulate every student who applied for
Attention 2019 High School Seniors - Scholarship applications are now available! The South Central Communications Scholarship Program is a merit-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors from SCC's service areas. Students are recognized for their capacity to lead and serve, as well as their commitment to making a significant impact on their schools
South Central Communications offers $23,000 each year to deserving High School Seniors in our service areas. The SCC Board of Directors takes great pride in selecting these outstanding recipients and providing needed financial assistance. It's our hope these $1000 scholarships will enrich their lives through college degrees and help them live up to their full
South Central Communications places great emphasis on education. We recognize a good education is valuable to not only the individual, but to the communities in which we live. With that in mind, we devote a portion of our income to funding scholarships for deserving students. Our annual scholarship program is open to all graduating
South Central Communications (SCC) strongly believes in the importance of education. A quality education is the building block that allows young people to compete in tomorrow’s world. Since its inception in 1997, SCC has given annual scholarship awards to graduating seniors who live in our service areas totaling nearly a quarter of a million dollars.