Mt. Pleasant Community Scholarship

The due date is the First Class Day of the Fall Semester

This scholarship has been established and is generously provided by the Mt. Pleasant Community Fund, a local non-profit organization, to support graduates of Mount Pleasant, Chapel Hill, and Harts Bluff Schools with the costs of earning an education.

The scholarship will cover resident tuition and fees for up to 15 hours per semester for students graduating in the top 10% of the Mt. Pleasant, Chapel Hill, and Harts Bluff High School classes. All other graduating students from these high schools will receive a scholarship covering resident tuition for up to 15 hours per semester. Those students will be required to pay fees.

Example based on 2024-25 tuition and fees:  Total resident tuition and fees for a student taking 15 hours is $1,859.00.  If student is not in the top 10% the scholarship would pay resident tuition costs of $825.00; the student would be responsible for $1,034.00 for fees.


  1. Students must be a 2024 graduate of Mt. Pleasant, Chapel Hill, Harts Bluff, or a Titus County Homeschool program.
  2. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility. Students who do not complete the FAFSA will not be eligible for the scholarship.
  3. Student must write a one-page Thank You letter addressed to members of the Mt. Pleasant Community Fund.  Please include in the Thank You letter what this scholarship will mean to you.
  4. Students who are eligible for full Federal Student Aid (FASFA) will not be eligible for this scholarship.
  5. Students who are eligible for partial Federal Student Aid (FASFA) may be eligible for a partial scholarship to be determined by the scholarship office.
  6. Students taking more than 15 credit hours will be responsible for any additional tuition and fees and should check with the NTCC Business Office for financing options.
  7. Student must attend Northeast Texas Community College in the fall semester after high school graduation and consecutive semesters thereafter.
  8. The scholarship is for fall and spring semesters only and ends after two consecutive years (four total semesters).
  9. To maintain eligibility, students must enroll in, and complete a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester.

Scholarship guidelines are subject to change on a yearly basis.


Complete the Scholarship Application Online »