|Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship|
This endowment was established in 1999 by the TCC Alumni Association in order to assist an adult student in returning to their education at TCC.
|Angels of Mercy Scholarship|
This endowment was established in 2001 by R. Billie Odom as a tribute to the dedication and tender care provided during his extended illness by nurses who had received their education through Tallahassee Community College’s nursing program. From his experience was created the “Angels of Mercy” scholarship fund, ensuring a legacy for the future education of nurses. R. Billie Odom was a native of Oviedo, he lived in Tallahassee for 28 years. He was a member of Springtime Tallahassee and Florida State University Varsity Club. He played football for FSU from 1953 to 1956. Dr. Odom passed away in 2001.
The Anthony Revell Scholarship was established by the Family and Friends of Anthony Revell to honor his memory.
The scholarship is designated for students of Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla or Jefferson counties who are in the Law Enforcement or Corrections Program at the Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy.
|Associated Marine Institute Scholarship |
This scholarship was established by the Associated Marine Institute in Tallahassee, Florida for a graduate of the Tallahassee Marine Institute or West Florida Wilderness Institute.
|Association of Godby Graduates Legacy Scholarship|
This scholarship was established by the Association of Godby Graduates in order to enable a graduate from Godby high school to attend TCC.
|Athletic Book Scholarship |
This scholarship was established by the TCC Athletic Department to promote academic success among student athletes.
|Augustus B. Turnbull III Humanities Study Abroad Scholarship|
The Augustus B. Turnbull III Humanities Study Abroad Scholarship was established in 1999 by Marjorie R. Turnbull to honor the memory of her husband, Augustus B. Turnbull III. A graduate of the University of Georgia and University of Virginia, Dr. Turnbull was a member of the FSU faculty and served in many administrative positions such as vice-president for academic affairs and provost for social science and law. His time at FSU led to the establishment of many institutions such as the College of Engineering, the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, and the new School of Motion Picture, Television, and recording Arts. Dr. Turnbull held office and/or membership in many organizations up until his death in 1991.
|Barbara & Ted Judd Theater Scholarship |
This scholarship was established by Barbara & Ted Judd to aid a theater student in their classes at TCC
|Barfield Mock Scholarship |
This scholarship was established by Ms. Margarette E. Mock in memory of her husband.
|Bill Bankhead Scholarship|
This scholarship was created to assist students who are involved in the Juvenile Justice System.
|Bill Rollo Scholarship|
This scholarship was established in 2000 in memory of local artist, Billie “Bill” Rollo. In high school at Bay High School in Panama City, FL, Rollo developed her artistic interests through courses, workshops and tutelage under a nationally known portrait painter. Her many commissions include:
○ Watercolor camellia paintings for Maclay Gardens State Park, Tallahassee, FL
○ Portraits of Governor Bob Graham and late US Senator Claude Pepper
○ Book cover illustration for the University of Florida Press
The Bill Rollo Scholarship will be awarded to one art student with commitment to painting from the Tri-County area of Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla Counties. It will provide the student with up to $750 per semester for one year to be used for tuition, books, and art supplies
|Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship|
This scholarship was established by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida to assist students in Nursing and Allied Health programs.
|Brandon M. King Memorial Scholarship|
This scholarship was created in loving memory of Brandon M. King by his family.
|Capital Medical Society Alliance Scholarship|
This scholarship was established by the Capital Medical Society Alliance to assist students in the Nursing program.
|Chattahoochee Woman’s Club Scholarship|
The Chattahoochee Woman's Club established this scholarship for a nursing student from Gadsden County.
|Chief Melvin M. Stone Scholarship|
This scholarship assists students enrolled in the Fire Academy.
|Chris & Sally White Scholarship|
This scholarship was established to assist students in the College Reach Out Program.
|Christyne B. Hamilton Northside Kiwanis Club Scholarship|
The Northside Kiwanis Club established this scholarship in honor of Christyne B. Hamilton.
|Corbin Scott Scholarship|
This scholarship was created in memory of Corbin Scott by his family and friends.
|Dale Green/Committee of 99 Scholarship|
The Committee of 99 established this scholarship to assist a student enrolled in the Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy.
|Daniel D’Alemberte Scholarship|
This scholarship was established in memory of Daniel D'Alemberte by his family.
|David & Nancy Lawrence Memorial Scholarship|
This scholarship was created in memory of David and Nancy Lawrence by their family. The scholarship assists students who need a new start after being involved with the Juvenile Justice system.
|Davis/Godby High School Scholarship|
This scholarship was created by the Davis Family for students graduating from Godby High School.
|Florida Fallen Officers Scholarship|
This scholarship honors all of Florida's law enforcement officers who have given the ultimate sacrifice in service to their community. Students must be enrolled in the full-time basic law enforcement recruit training program at Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy.
|Les Kennedy Scholarship|
This scholarship was established in memory of Les Kennedy for students in the law enforcement program at the Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy.
|New Start Scholarship for DJJ-Involved Youth|
There exists a segment of the youth population who, although they have made missteps in their early lives, are at a point in their lives when they have an opportunity to make right choices and have positive and productive lives, if given the right support and motivation. The TCC Foundation has created an endowed scholarship to support DJJ-involved youth
|Pathways to Success|
The Pathways to Success Scholarship assists students with class tuition, placement and GED test fees, and fees for vocational and industry-recognized certificate training. Student Tuition is $30 per semester and the fee to take the GED test is $70. Vocational training and industry-recognized certificate program fees vary. Most students need at least three semesters to complete their academic goals and career training.