Coker supports Darlington County students with scholarship aid
In an effort to make higher education even more accessible for members of the community, Coker is awarding up to $5,000 in need-based scholarship aid to eligible graduates from Darlington County high schools for each of their four years at Coker.
Eligibility requirements for the scholarship include a need for financial aid and the applicant must be a 2019 graduate from one of the six area high schools in Darlington County –– Darlington High School, Mayo High School for Science, Math and Technology, Hartsville High School, Lamar High School, Emmanuel Christian School and Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School.
“Coker is invested in Darlington County,” said Adam Connolly, vice president for enrollment management at Coker College.
“Providing need-based funding specifically for area students is another way we can make higher education even more accessible and convenient, which is crucial to the collective success of our community.”
Coker offers scholarships and financial aid packages for Darlington County students in need of financial assistance to attend college. Oftentimes, after Coker scholarships and need-based aid are applied, many Darlington County first-year students find that they receive enough scholarship funding to cover their entire tuition.
Students interested in applying for Coker College’s Darlington County scholarship aid should be sure they fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as FAFSA, as well as a Coker application.
For more information, please contact the Coker College Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.