Scholarship Calendar  
  • November 24 (Monday): Scholarship Season Begins. Online applications available.
  • December 8 (Monday) Morgan County Scholarship Fair
    Mooresville High School, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
    Open to all Morgan County seniors and adults
  • December 18 (Thursday) CFMC Seminar #1 – “How to Apply for Scholarships”
    Martinsville CFMC, 6:00-7:00 p.m. FREE
  • January 8 (Thursday) CFMC Seminar #2 – “How to Apply for Scholarships”
    Monrovia Branch MCPL, 6:00-7:00 p.m. FREE
  • January 13 (Tuesday) CFMC Seminar #3 – “How to Apply for Scholarships”
    Mooresville Office, 6:00-7:00 p.m. FREE
  • January 16 (Friday) Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Applications (LECSP) Due by 4 p.m.
  • February 27 (Friday) CFMC and Kendrick Scholarship Applications Due by 4 p.m.
  • April CFMC, Kendrick, and Lilly Scholarship recipients announced
  • May 7 (Thursday) Lilly Endowment Scholars Dinner 5:30-9:00 (tentative date)
  • May 28 (Thursday) Kendrick Scholars Dinner 5:30-9:00 (tentative date)
CFMC Scholarship Central

Welcome to Morgan County Scholarship Central, brought to you by the Community Foundation of Morgan County.  In 2014 the CFMC helped to distribute nearly $1,000,000,000, including scholarships from the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program, CFMC Scholarship Program, and Kendrick Foundation, Inc. To view scholarships you may be eligible for, use our Scholarship Finder below.

Scholarship Season Opens November 24th  

Our online application platform offers an easy-to-use matching system for applicants to view scholarships. By answering a few preliminary questions, students are presented with a list of scholarships they are eligible for based on several factors.

Printed applications were not available or accepted this year as the CFMC implemented its online application system. Applicants can save applications as they compile needed information.

Scholarship Descriptions  

Please select from the list below for information on our various scholarships. Nearly all scholarships require that you be a resident of Morgan County to qualify, with an exception of a scholarship open to all Indian Creek High School seniors, regardless of residence status.

*This includes individuals who are Morgan County residents no longer attending high school at the time of application. In fact, several scholarships have an age requirement that the applicant be at least 30 years old, and one does not require graduation from high school. Students already in college may also be eligible for some of the scholarships.


Online Applications

Please note, our scholarship applications are only available online through Smarter Select during a designated time period prior to each application's deadline.

We will not be distributing or accepting paper applications this year.

Contact Us

For more information or questions regarding the scholarships list at the left contact Corey Howard, Program Officer, at the Community Foundation of Morgan County, Inc.