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Webster County Kids2College

Kids 2 College

Webster County Kids to College (WCK2C) program certification was awarded upon completing your senior year, if you met all the requirements. WCK2C is a workforce ethics scholarship program for students who met the WCK2C requirements during high school to help cover college tuition after financial aid.

WCK2C will pay up to $1,000 per semester for four semesters AFTER all other financial aid has been applied to your account. Financial Aid includes Pell Grant, CAP Grant, KEES, or additional scholarships.  This is a last dollar scholarship.  If your financial aid award amount is more than your tuition, WCK2C scholarship funds will not be applied to your account. For example, a student taking 15 credit hours at $169 per credit hour totals $2,535 in tuition.  If the student receives $400 in KEES, $473 in Pell, $1000 CAP Grant and a $250 scholarship, he/she is eligible for $412 in WCK2C funds that semester.

If you plan on attending Madisonville or Henderson Community College, please complete this submit.

A new form must be completed EACH semester that you are eligible to use your scholarship funds. The WCK2C Scholarship is good for up to 4 semesters at MCC or HCC and must begin the fall or spring semester immediately following high school graduation.

Please make sure the following has been completed or met:

  • Earned Webster County Kids 2 College Scholarship
  • Maintain at least a 2.5 college GPA
  • Completed FAFSA
  • Completed verification process (if required)
  • Turned in official high school transcript
  • Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
  • Enrolled full-time (12 credit hours) at MCC or HCC no later than the spring semester following high school graduation