Scholarships can be a great way to help pay for your education. They require some action on your part, usually an application or some other requirement, but are well worth the effort!

Scholarships range in amounts and how they are awarded, some are based on academic merit, others on financial need, and some have different stipulations that are spelled out in the scholarship application.

My grandfather taught me the benefits of hard work and putting your all into something that will benefit the community and make the world a better place. I feel like creating a scholarship like this is a step in that direction.

~ Klay Huddleston

Scholarship Options

Terra State offers scholarship options through the Terra College Foundation, our Workforce Demand Scholarship and Short-Term Certificate scholarships.

Continuing this year, students can apply for the Roy W. Klay Scholars Program, the College’s first full academic scholarship, through the Terra College Foundation. This scholarship supports two tuition and general fees scholarships for one nontraditional and one traditional student at Terra State. This award was established by Mr. Klay Huddleston, grandson of founding President Emeritus Roy W. Klay, and his family.

Job Corps Scholars Program

Job Corps Scholars Program

Terra State has partnered with the Great Lakes Community Action Partnership (GLCAP) to provide free tuition for career technical training through the Job Corps Scholars Program.

Apply for a Terra College Foundation Scholarship

External Scholarships

External scholarships are awarded by third parties outside of Terra State. Companies, clubs and agencies send us application information to encourage our students to apply.

For more information, visit the External Scholarship page

Contact our Financial Aid Office for additional help