A partnership of the Morris Family Foundation,
Rogue Community College and the RCC Foundation
The Morris Family Foundation was founded in 1997 by brothers LaRue and Earl Morris. Earl was a mechanic, and LaRue was an instructor at Eagle Point High School. Their goal was to benefit Jackson County youth by helping them acquire job skills that would prepare them for family-wage jobs in southern Oregon.
The Morris Family Foundation is making it easier for rural high school students in Jackson County to get a jump-start on technology-based education.
John and Lillian Morris Scholarship
The John and Lillian Morris program is for junior or senior high school students that would like to attend RCC and pursue a certificate or degree in a career/technical field. This is especially suited to students who have an aptitude for computers, math, or business skills and who enjoy hands-on training. To be eligible, you must be attending Butte Falls, Crater, Eagle Point or Rogue River High School.
LaRue Morris Scholarship
The LaRue Morris Scholarship is for newly graduated high school students from anyone of the four qualifying high schools who would like to attend RCC and pursue a career technical certificate or degree program.
Earl Morris Scholarship
The Earl Morris Scholarship is for anyone that would like to or continuing a career technical program at RCC that graduated from one of the four qualifying high schools
- Allied Health
- Computer Science
- Early Childhood Education
NOTE: Students who apply for admission at RCC must take a placement test.