Scholarships

 

Asnuntuck Community College Foundation
Scholarship Program

Application / Requirements for Scholarships
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OVERVIEW OF AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIPS

THE DAVID DARDANELLI CRIMINAL JUSTICE SCHOLARSHIP
A gift made by the Karen Dardanelli family will be awarded to a student in the CJ program. 

ANDREWS ASSOCIATES STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP  
A gift made by the owners of Andrews Associates located in Enfield will be awarded to a promising business student attending ACC. 

THE KAREN JARMOC ASNUNTUCK STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
Made in Karen Jarmoc’s honor for her years of service to the ACC Foundation. 

THE GASPARINO FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
 ACC Alum Joe Gasparino and wife Christine will support aspiring students with financial need through this scholarship.

THE PIF (Pay it Forward) SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
This scholarship will be awarded to a non-traditional female student who demonstrates financial need. The generous donation was made by ACC Alum and Employee Carole Del Vecchio.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to a student majoring in the ECE program.

HUMAN SERVICES STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to a student majoring in the Human Services program.

MICROBIOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to a student who has studied Microbiology at Asnuntuck.

JUDITH K. SHAFFER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
In memory of Judy Shaffer, first Dean of Students at Asnuntuck, by her family, co-workers at Asnuntuck, and friends. The scholarship is to go to a student who is a single mother attending Asnuntuck in need of financial assistance, as determined by the Financial Aid Office at Asnuntuck.

THE JOYCE KEATING "WOMAN IN BUSINESS" SCHOLARSHIP
Joyce Keating established this scholarship to give an educational opportunity to an ACC female student who plans on studying in the business field.

THE RAYMOND J. MILLER SCHOLARSHIP
In honor of Raymond J. Miller, by his children Charles and Mary Beth. The scholarship is to go to a student who is attending Asnuntuck in need of financial assistance, and has demonstrated the importance of community involvement for the betterment of the community.

THE MELODY ANN PARLOS MEMORIAL CONTINUING EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP
In memory of Melody Parlos, who was studying to become a Registered Medical Assistant  at ACC when her time here on earth was unexpectedly cut short at the age of just twenty two.  This scholarship has been created by her family to help others in the memory of a precious young woman who they state ‘was most noted for her Godlike love and friendship toward others.’

DR. MARTHA McLEOD SCHOLARSHIP
In honor or Dr. Martha McLeod, President Emeritus and awarded to a new or returning student with demonstrated financial need.

ASNUNTUCK COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS (5) Awarded to students who are in need of financial support and have demonstrated strong academic will.

ANNE MAZZA ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP
The Anne Mazza Scholarship was created for students who have completed at least one semester at ACC and will be continuing their education at ACC the following semester.

EDWARD & CATHERINE JUOZOKAS SCHOLARSHIP
The Edward & Catherine Juozokas Scholarship recognizes outstanding achievement in the sciences and commitment to continuing study in the sciences, including health professions.

NADIA KOBER WRITING SCHOLARSHIP
The Nadia Kober Writing Scholarship honors a good writing student already studying at ACC and planning to continue here.  It was established in December of 2007, by John Sheirer, ACC English Professor.  He thought it would be wonderful to help someone continue his or her studies so he began a scholarship to help ACC writing students continue taking classes.

WILLIAM J. MCGURK-ROCKVILLE BANK SCHOLARSHIP
The William J. McGurk – Rockville Bank Scholarship was created in 2011 to honor Bill’s retirement from Rockville Bank after 31 years of dedicated service.  Bill’s passion for community service and his enthusiasm for the Community College system led to the creation of this scholarship to help students further their academic careers.

RONALD REUTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The Ronald Reuter Memorial Scholarship was established by his mother Joan upon his untimely death. The money the fund earns is used for scholarships to help students pursue their education.

ROBERT MCDONALD SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Robert McDonald Scholarship was developed in his honor to benefit incoming students who are physically and/or learning challenged. 

SIMANSKI FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Joseph J. Simanski Family Scholarship, named for the retired Director of Human Resources, was established to help incoming students who will be participating in at least one developmental education course to prepare for future success.