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AwardSpring FAQs

AwardSpring Frequently Asked Questions

Before starting your AwardSpring profile and applying for scholarships, please read through these helpful tips.

Students will need to:

  • Use the single sign on process to log into AwardSpring. If you do not have an MCC username and password, you can use this link and create a profile and apply: Prospective Student Application

  • Fill-out all required fields to the best of your ability.

  • Check your Scholarship Dashboard to provide any follow up questions. Complete short-answer essays, if required for a particular scholarship. 

  • Fill out and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid application to be eligible for scholarships that require students to show financial need.

  • New students must also complete an MCC application to be considered for scholarships.

I don't see my MCC program of study (Major)

  • Current MCC students - your current program of study has already been recorded for you.
  • ​Prospective students: If your program of study (major) is not listed, select Other/Not Listed

I don't know my gpa

  • Current MCC students - your current GPA has already been recorded for you.

  • Prospective students:  Enter your last known cumulative high school or college GPA.

How do i know if my application is complete?

  • Your AwardSpring Dashboard will have a box with the number of applied scholarships. You will not receive an email notification.

how do i know if i received a scholarship?

  • After the scholarship window has closed, you will be notified in approximately two weeks. Emails are sent to your MCC email if you are a current student or to your personal email if you are a new student.

I have questions about writing an essay

  • Students may need to submit an essay in AwardSpring to be considered for certain scholarships.
  • Visit Writing a Scholarship Essay for helpful tips to compose a competitive essay.