Financial Aid

In-House Scholarships

We offer several in-house scholarships. Our team will gladly assist you in verifying your qualification.

  • High School Graduation Scholarship – $1000
    Applicant must enroll and start within 60 days of graduating from High School.
  • GED Recipient Scholarship – $1000
    Applicant must enroll and start within 60 days of passing the GED exam.
  • Job Loss Scholarship – $1000
    Applicant must show proof of employment benefits due to being laid off.
  • Yellow Ribbon Program – $6000
    Available to Veteran Students who are 100% Chapter 33 eligible.
    - $3000 award by CCC towards institutional charges
    - $3000 award by Veteran's Affairs towards institutional charges
  • Imagine America – $1000
    Student must be enrolling in a participating college, meet eligibility requirements of the college, be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and be at least 19 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.
  • Alumni Scholarship – $1000
    Applicant must have successfully graduated from a program at Community Care College, Clary Sage College, or Oklahoma Technical College.
  • Military Spouse Scholarship – $1000
    Applicant must show proof of marriage to a current member of the US Military.
  • 55 and Over Scholarship – $1000
    Applicant must show proof of being 55 years or older.
  • Paid in Full Discount – 10% off total tuition of any program
    Applicant must pay all tuition and fees related to the program up front to receive the discount.
  • Special Needs Scholarship – $2500
    Available to applicants who are victims of unexpected and devastating life events such as Tornado, Hurricane, Earthquake, etc. Approval by Scholarship Board required.
  • Veteran Discount – 10% off total tuition of any program
    Applicant must show proof of status as a retired veteran of a US military service branch.
  • Partners in Education – up to a maximum of $10,000 to be applied toward tuition.
    The applicant must have an established agreement between the organization and the institution.

Federal Student Aid

To access or sign up for Federal Aid you can click on the link below to fill out the application. A Community Care College Financial Aid Specialist is happy to assist you, so please contact us today to allow us to answer any questions or walk you through the process.

Pell Grants and Student Loans

Tribal Funding

CCC accepts most tribal assistance. Our team can help you in locating the tuition assistance information for your tribe.

G.I. Bill and Tuition Assistance

As a military-friendly institution, Community Care College accepts many forms of veterans’ assistance including, but not limited to:

  • Montgomery GI Bill
  • Post-9/11 GI Bill
  • Chapter 31 Benefits
  • Chapter 35 Benefits
  • Military Spouse Tuition Assistance

Benefit coverage varies from full to partial tuition assistance. Assistance may be available for books, fees and housing allowances.

How do I apply?

To apply for benefits through the VA, visit: http://vabenefits.vba.va.gov/vonapp/main.asp

Once an approval is received, please notify your financial aid representative so that we may certify your enrollment with the Veterans Administration.

Students must verify monthly enrollment with the VA in order to receive their monthly payment. Typically, students can either call the VA or verify online.

Need assistance?

For questions regarding financial aid, enrollment, payment amounts, scholarships or any other educational questions or comments; please contact a college official at admissions@clarysagecollege.com. We are looking forward to serving you.

Additional Funding Sources

  • Vocational Rehab
    Workforce services are responsible for administering Labor Exchange programs and services to employers and job seekers. Their mission is to provide a smooth transition to self-sufficiency and economic stability for all Oklahoma citizens.
  • Workforce Oklahoma
    This program assists Veterans with service-connected disabilities to prepare for, find, and keep suitable jobs.
  • Oklahoma Promise
    A program for eighth, ninth and 10th grade students that will help pay for their college education based on academic success and a family income of $50,000 or less.
 
 
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