Campus Representatives

Campus Representatives are faculty and staff members on your community college campus that can assist you with your application to the Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. Though not all campuses have a representative, over 400 community colleges around the country have active Cooke Campus Representatives.

Find Your Representative

The Foundation seeks to identify a faculty or staff member on every community college campus to serve as the institution’s primary point of contact regarding applicant recruitment and support. Formerly known as faculty representatives, Cooke Campus Representatives are faculty or staff willing to assist interested and eligible students with navigating the application process. Cooke Foundation staff may also work with Campus Representatives to facilitate outreach on their campuses about the scholarship, along with providing additional support regarding application completion.

Currently, we only permit one representative per campus. Click here to view a list of current representatives.

If you don’t see your campus listed or would like to replace the current representative, please click here to update us.

 

Who do I contact if I have a question about the scholarship?

Campus Representatives should contact our call center with questions regarding the scholarship program and application. You can also find more information about our scholarship eligibility on our website.

Can I recommend a student for the scholarship?

The Cooke Transfer Scholarship is highly competitive, and applicants recommended by Campus Representatives are not given preferential treatment or status in the review process. We select recipients using an independent review that includes a committee of experienced admissions and higher education professionals. The Foundation makes its decisions based on this collective assessment.

When will I hear from you?

You will receive emails from us periodically about application updates and deadlines. Campus Representatives are also notified about scholarship recipients on their campus one week prior to the notification date to coordinate special on-campus announcements to celebrate the accomplishment of their student/s. However, the Foundation will embargo the official press release announcing recipients until our formal announcement date. We ask that all early announcements are restricted to on-campus activities only.

For Students

Campus Representatives are faculty and staff members on your community college campus that can assist you with your application to the Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. Though not all campuses have a representative, over 400 community colleges around the country have active Cooke Campus Representatives.

Find Your Representative

For Faculty and Staff

The Foundation seeks to identify a faculty or staff member on every community college campus to serve as the institution’s primary point of contact regarding applicant recruitment and support. Formerly known as faculty representatives, Cooke Campus Representatives are faculty or staff willing to assist interested and eligible students with navigating the application process. Cooke Foundation staff may also work with Campus Representatives to facilitate outreach on their campuses about the scholarship, along with providing additional support regarding application completion.

Currently, we only permit one representative per campus. Click here to view a list of current representatives.

If you don’t see your campus listed or would like to replace the current representative, please click here to update us.

 

Who do I contact if I have a question about the scholarship?

Campus Representatives should contact our call center with questions regarding the scholarship program and application. You can also find more information about our scholarship eligibility on our website.

Can I recommend a student for the scholarship?

The Cooke Transfer Scholarship is highly competitive, and applicants recommended by Campus Representatives are not given preferential treatment or status in the review process. We select recipients using an independent review that includes a committee of experienced admissions and higher education professionals. The Foundation makes its decisions based on this collective assessment.

When will I hear from you?

You will receive emails from us periodically about application updates and deadlines. Campus Representatives are also notified about scholarship recipients on their campus one week prior to the notification date to coordinate special on-campus announcements to celebrate the accomplishment of their student/s. However, the Foundation will embargo the official press release announcing recipients until our formal announcement date. We ask that all early announcements are restricted to on-campus activities only.

Contact Us

The 2018 Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship application is now closed.

Final notifications were sent via email on April 10, 2018.

If you have not received a notification email, please check your spam filters. If you still have not received notification, please email scholarships@jkcf.org or call 800-941-3300.