Assistance League of Montgomery County funds a four-tier scholarship program. The organization offers four different types of scholarships:
- Four-thousand dollar scholarships are given to graduating high school seniors who are accepted to a Texas four-year university/college and are planning to major in a discipline that allows the student to serve the community.
- Continuation Scholarships provide a number of scholarships for continuing education funds and assistance for students who received a scholarship as a high school senior and are currently enrolled in a four-year university/college.
- Return-to-Education Scholarships are given to non-traditional students who attend community colleges to develop work skills in response to a life- or work-altering event.
- Scholarship funds are provided for physically-challenged or special needs individuals who lack the financial resources to participate in therapeutic programs that can improve their well-being and functional skills.
During the past year, $39,500 was awarded to worthy recipients in the community. Since the majority of the recipients are first-generation college students, the committee members are involved in a mentoring program to help recipients successfully transition to the college setting.