CCBA Student Scholarship Program

The 2024 CCBA Student Scholarship Program application is now closed. Awards will be announced in February during the CCBA National Conference in Savannah, GA.

The CCBA Scholars Fund

The CCBA Scholars Fund supports the recognition of academic excellence toward a baccalaureate degree awarded by a community college. Potential for community leadership and the appreciation that adult students manage multiple priorities in their quest to obtain relevant, rigorous and workforce-focused baccalaureate degrees plays a role in student recognition.

The CCBA Scholars Fund is supported by the generous donations of the CCBA Board of Directors, members and friends, as well as corporate and foundation supporters.

You can choose to donate $50, $100, $200, $500, or in the $0.00 area you can input a customized amount.

Congratulations to our 2023 Student Scholar Honorees: Olga Navarro from South Texas College, Niloufar Massrour from MiraCosta College and Sarah Sergent from Northwestern Michigan College
Erin Shanahan (center), 2022 CCBA Student Scholarship Honoree with Corporate Sponsor Diane Walleser of Interact Communications & Cristina Crawford from Walla Walla Community College.
Esther Nair, 2022 CCBA Student Scholarship Honoree with Dr. Mike Fino, Dean of Math & Sciences at MiraCosta College, CCBA President Dr. Angela Kersenbrock and corporate partner Brian Bailey with Lightcast.

Note: For more information about The CCBA Scholars Fund, please contact Angela Kersenbrock at 407-463-2201 or