The Morris Family Foundation was founded in 1997 by brothers LaRue and Earl Morris. Earl was a mechanic, and LaRue was a science teacher at Scenic Middle School in Central Point. Their goal was to benefit Jackson County youth and adults by helping them acquire job skills that would prepare them for family-wage jobs in Southern Oregon.
Did you earn, or will you earn, a diploma or GED® from one of the following high schools?
Do you plan to enter one of the following RCC CTE accredited programs?
(Partial Listing. For full list please visit www.roguecc.edu/dept/CTE/)
Do you plan on earning a one or two-year degree/certification?
Is your goal to transfer to a 4-year college to enhance your CTE degree?
Do you plan on staying in the local area upon completion of your educational goals?
If yes to all of these, then you may qualify for the Morris Family Foundation Tuition-Only Scholarship!
For more information please email Pam Murphy, [email protected] or call 541-944-9496.
New Applications will open for fall term, check back in August!
Renewal applications will open February 27, with a deadline of March 22, 2024 for spring term.
The Rogue Community College Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1980 to serve the needs of Rogue Community College and RCC students. The Foundation was created to receive and administer donations to:
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