Members of HCC’s Board of Trustees have shown their commitment to higher education for Houstonians by founding and supporting scholarships for HCC students. The efforts of the Black History Committee and the Hispanic Scholarship Council have allowed hundreds of local students from throughout the Houston area get the education they require to succeed.
HCC Asian Scholarship Program Inspiring Results & Excellence (HCC-ASPIRE)
Founded by HCC Trustee Neeta Sane (District VII), HCC-ASPIRE is designed to support educational pursuits and achievements of Aisan students and faculty of HCC and to support activities that highlight Asian culture. HCC-ASPIRE will support educational enrichment through gifts from association members, individuals and organizations as well as fundraising via an annual scholarship event.
Hispanic Scholarship Council Scholarship
HSC was founded by HCC Board of Trustees members Mary Ann Perez (District III) and Eva Loredo (District VIII). The HSC scholarship provides financial assistance to Hispanic students taking a minimum of six hours at HCC. The scholarship fund is supported by gifts from HSC committee members, faculty, staff, and individuals and organizations throughout the community. Significant scholarship funds are also raised during the annual HSC Scholarship Luncheon.
Students may apply for the Hispanic Scholarship Council Scholarship through the HCC Foundation scholarship application.
Black History Committee Scholarship
Black History Committee by HCC Board of Trustees members. Trustee Bruce Austin (District II), Trustee Christopher W. Oliver (District IX), Trustee Carroll G. Robinson (District IV), and the entire Black History Committee support activities that highlight black history and achievements and in enhancing educational opportunities for African-American students attending Houston Community College. The Black History Committee Scholarship is supported by gifts from committee members, faculty, staff, and individuals and organizations throughout Houston. The Committee raises additional funds through its annual Black History Gala.
Students may apply for the Black History Committee Scholarship through the HCC Foundation scholarship application.