Mason County Promise Students

  • Students will have a maximum of four academic years from the date of high school graduation, or from the date of issuance of a GED or its equivalent, to use Promise scholarship monies to cover up to 60 attempted credits, the equivalent to an associate’s degree or certificate from West Shore Community College.

  • Students must enroll in a minimum of nine (9) credit hours per fall and winter semester. The Promise Scholarship can also be applied to summer semester with no minimum credits. 

  • The Promise may be used to replace or supplement loans, work-study opportunities, private scholarships, or expected family contributions, but the Promise may not be used to replace federal or state grants or scholarships.

  • High school seniors may apply after filing their FAFSA and applying to West Shore.

  • Returning scholars are required to renew their Promise application each academic year after renewing their FAFSA.

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