Key College high school scholarships are offered on both merit and program commitment. To qualify, the high school student must:
Be a senior graduating and have received a minimum C.G.P.A of 3.0
Key College also has institutional scholarships for non-traditional students changing careers that are based on both merit and financial need, and which are determined once a valid FAFSA has been completed. The scholarship award is contingent upon meeting several criteria successfully, including maintaining a 3.0 cumulative average each term.
Key College offers institutional scholarships for adult students pursuing court reporting who demonstrate a sincere desire and commitment to become a professional reporter. The criteria are:
Court reporting agencies offer scholarships to Key College students that achieve at least 160 wpm speed levels and that meet the quality level required by the program. Students must also be recommended by the academic coordination as to their attitude and satisfactory academic performance.
Key College offers a $1,000 tuition scholarship to any veteran of the United States Armed Forces or spouse thereof enrolling in one of the programs at Key College. Criteria for the scholarship is as follows: