Admissions Staff Scholarships In addition to private scholarships and funding sources, the College currently awards a variety of merit and financial aid scholarships in varying amounts under a number of programs available exclusively to Lackawanna College students.
Click on the title of a scholarship to view application details.
Scholarships that require supporting documents provide for their upload. Students should apply online as soon as the application becomes available as the number of applications that can be accepted is limited.
The following is a list of general FAU scholarships. When they become available, just click on the application link to fill out the application online in.
Please use a separate application for every scholarship that you are applying for. Also, attach appropriate documentation for each scholarship. All scholarships listed on this website are awarded through the applications available here.
Scholarship criteria listed is based on University Policy in conjunction with the intent of the individual donor. The academic criteria and the financial need criteria noted in the various scholarship offerings are used as minimum starting points for consideration.
These criteria may be applied more rigorously depending upon the size and qualifications of the applicant pool.
Meeting the minimum criteria does not guarantee selection. Consortium and Concurrent Enrollment will not be considered when calculating required credits for scholarships.
The Betty and Jim Welby Memorial Scholarship was established by family and friends in James Welby, a graduate of Lackawanna College had a successful career with the United States Postal Service and took great pride in community involvement. A letter of intent for a scholarship is also referred to as a personal statement or statement of purpose. Basically, you are writing an essay about your future – what you plan to do in college and beyond. You want to convince the scholarship committee that you deserve the money to help you go to college and become the best in your chosen field. Athletic Scholarships. A student-athlete may receive both institutional and outside aid up to the value of a full grant-in-aid (i.e. tuition and fees, housing and dining, and required course-related books) where athletics participation is a major criterion, in addition a student-athlete may receive other financial aid unrelated to athletics ability up to the total cost of attendance.
As part of the awarding process, and in recognition of donor commitment to the University, applicants selected as recipients of awards will NOT receive funding until a "Thank-You Letter" has been submitted prior to the term in which the award is scheduled to be paid.
Scholarship awards may impact other sources of financial assistance administered by the University. Students must be able to provide proof of eligibility upon request.
There's Nothing here Athletic Scholarships A student-athlete may receive both institutional and outside aid up to the value of a full grant-in-aid i.
Total aid received may never exceed the student-athlete's total cost of attendance. A student-athlete is not eligible to participate if he or she receives financial aid that exceeds the cost attendance calculated by the University's Financial Aid Office.
There is only one exception, Pell Grant plus Full Grant in Aid may be greater than total cost of attendance, Bylaw Athletics aid may not be awarded for a period greater than one year or for a period of less than one year.
This means that it is not permissible to offer a guaranteed four year scholarship.
An athletic scholarship may be renewed or reduced or cancelled at the end of the year. During the period of the award, an athletics scholarship may not be increased, decreased or canceled on the basis of athletic ability, performance, contribution to team success, injury, or any other athletics related reason.
Institutional athletics aid may be reduced or canceled during the year if the recipient: Renders himself or herself ineligible for intercollegiate competition; Fraudulently misrepresents any information on an application, letter of intent or financial aid agreement; Engages in serious misconduct warranting substantial disciplinary penalty; Voluntarily withdraws from a sport at any time for personal reasons.
A determination on the renewal of athletics aid will be made on or before July 1 for the following year.
The financial aid office will send letters notifying each student of his or her renewal determination. If a student-athlete's athletic aid is being reduced or canceled during the year, or reduced or not renewed for the following year, upon request, the student-athlete will be entitled to a hearing through established procedures outside of the athletic department.
The student-athlete will be provided written notification of the opportunity for a hearing. The student must notify the Financial Aid Office in writing requesting appeal hearing.
The student's written notification must be received by the deadline specified on the notification letter.Patently Unique (or Weird) Scholarships. These scholarships are the cream of the crop, the most unique of the unique. They stand out from the crowd because they highlight a feature that is unique to you (shout-out to all of the tall people), or the subject is so specific that we couldn’t find anything else like it.
RE: Application for [NAME of SCHOLARSHIP] cover letter Dear Name of Head of Scholarship Committee: I was excited to read about the [$10,] scholarship that [Name of Institution] was giving to one lucky college student. My goal is to go to [Name of College] in [Name of City] to pursue a nursing degree.
Writing a letter of intent for a graduate school can be a daunting task but it is nonetheless relatively easy if the student have enough knowledge of the area of study he/she intends to apply for.
The letter in general helps the reader understand your purpose or expectation for the field of study. Students who have matriculated at a college and who have completed two years or less of college coursework at the date of application are eligible for transfer admission.
Scholarships Sorted By Discipline Scholarship Sources in red are scholarships local to WCPSS students. Graduate Scholarships. While less common than undergraduate scholarships, scholarships for graduate students are available.
Graduate students rely heavily on fellowships or assistantships - especially in high-need areas like nursing or teaching - but these aren’t available to everyone and don’t always cover a graduate student’s living expenses.