MAC College Money Program Impact

MAC College Money Program helps 1,500 McLennan County high school graduates annually with the financial aid process. Of those graduates, approximately one-fourth apply and are eligible for financial assistance from the MAC Program. Since the Program's inception in 1995, many MAC students have graduated and become professionals in the workforce across the nation. The majority, however, have chosen to stay in Texas, and even McLennan County. MAC Program alumni are our doctors, nurses, teachers, bankers, investment consultants and business owners.

MAC College Money Program Facts:

  • Students who have received MAC Scholarships have a 99% completion rate.
  • Total federal grants received by first-year MAC students since 1995: $43 million (as of July 2013) 
  • In 2012-2013:
    • 624 seniors were awarded first-year MAC Grants
    • 64 students qualified for MAC Scholarships
  • In 2011-2012:
    • 510 seniors were awarded first-year MAC Grants
    • 53 students qualified for MAC Scholarships
  • In 2010-2011:
    • 540 seniors were awarded first-year MAC Grants
    • 33 students qualified for MAC Scholarships
  • In 2009-2010:
    • 549 seniors were awarded first-year MAC Grants
    • 40 students qualified for MAC Scholarships

Read about our MAC Program success stories. To learn more, visit the MAC College Money Program home page.