Scholarship Information

Outside Scholarship Policy

Please note: since these opportunities are outside of OTC/PSI, eligibility requirements and application deadlines may change without our knowledge. We are providing this information as a courtesy to you.

Many of our students receive an Imagine America Scholarship and we encourage you to apply. They offer Scholarships for High School, Military and Adult Students (students 19 years old or older). Check out for details and click here for step by step instructions.

New Scholarships

2016 MVP Scholarship: To be apply, please fill-out the application and send to the Ohio Technical College: Carla Majors, Corporate Development Office, by June 1, 2016 (No late applications will be accepted.) or email:, Fax # 216.881.9145: Mail To: 3174 East 51st Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44103.

Check out these links for other scholarship opportunities:

OTC/PSI Sponsored Scholarships & Grants

Auto Dealers Association Scholarship
City of Canton Mayor’s Scholarship
Edelbrock Carburetor Challenge Scholarship
FFA Regional Scholarship
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Scholarship
Julius Brenner Founder’s Grant
SkillsUSA Competition Scholarships
Midwest Welding Tournament Scholarship
Michigan Industrial & Technology Education (MITES) Scholarship
OTC/ PSI High School Custom Paint & Graphics Scholarship
Penske Open House Grant Seminar Scholarship
SkillsUSA Regional Scholarship
Veteran’s Appreciation Grant

The following terms apply to your scholarship:

  • In the event that you win scholarships from multiple competitions, cumulative amounts cannot exceed the total cost of your program’s tuition.
  • The highest scholarship amount won per competition per year will be honored. (You cannot add previously earned amounts from regional or state levels to amounts won at a higher level in that same calendar year).
  • OTC Scholarships are applied on a quarterly basis and are contingent upon satisfactory academic progress and attendance. You must successfully complete the entire quarter to receive the scholarship payment.
  • Scholarships must be redeemed no later than the fall of the year in which you graduate from high school.

Scholarship Search Sites

College Scholarships
Scholarship Points
Student Scholarships
College Net
Scholarship Experts
Zinch Scholarship Search

Program Specific Scholarships

American Welding Society
Automotive Hall of Fame Scholarship for High School and College Students. Check web site for details.
Automotive Scholarships Numerous scholarships for High School and College students. Check website for details.
Collision Education Foundation Scholarship opportunities for collision repair students attending career and technical schools and colleges.
Electrical Generating System Association (EGSA) Eligible applicants will be full-time students, have a declared major related to On-Site Power Generation industry subjects, and have a minimum 2.8 GPA. Scholarship recipients must maintain a 2.8 GPA to continue their participation in the program.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA)
Women’s Industry Network Scholarship

General Scholarship Opportunities

AFSA Scholarships High school seniors $2000 and $1000 award. See web site for details.
The Campus Explorer Exclusive Scholarship 
Coca-Cola Scholars offer $20,000, $10,000 and $3,000 awards. See web site for details.
College Answer High school or college student $1000 scholarship monthly enter online or by mail
College Prowler High school or college student essay contest and no essay required entries each month
Cumberland Farms Believe & Achieve Scholarship Program: (Must reside within 30 mile radius of a Cumberland Farms retail location)
The Foundation of the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum High school student essay contest. Check website for details and deadline. Kohl’s Cares Scholarship

Scholarship Opportunities Minority Students

HSF/Haz La U Scholarship
Latino College Dollars
USA Funds Scholarships


For more information please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 1-800-322-7000 or

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