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LRSC offers a range of scholarships to our students. These scholarships are funded by the LRSC Community College Foundation through contributions from loyal friends and supporters of LRSC, including our alumni, faculty and staff, campus and community organizations, and many businesses and corporations. There are many ways to qualify for scholarships and awards at LRSC. Take time to carefully complete the scholarship application and prepare a brief essay. Submit your application early so our Scholarship Committee can learn about you while they still have funds to award. Unless otherwise stated, first consideration for awarding of scholarships is March 1.


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Florence Lake Presidential Scholarship Students who have a 28 or higher ACT score and evidence of service to community. Funding equal to full on-campus tuition for 4 semesters for current year high school graduates
Honor Scholarship A wide range of criteria is used to select recipients for these special scholarships; targeted to serve students with strong individual leadership skills or financial needs enrolled in specific programs, etc. $300-$1500 disbursed over two semesters
Part-Time Student Scholarship Must be degree-seeking at LRSC and must have completed at least 12 credits at LRSC in the past three years, with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. $100-$300 Awarded on a semester basis
Tool Scholarship First Year students entering the Automotive Technology Program. $1000
Cultural Diversity Waiver Application Awards are granted each year to members of culturally diverse groups, with special emphasis on support for Native American students. Priority deadline is July 15. Half Tuition
International Scholar Award
Students from outside the United States; enrolled as a full-time degree-seeking student. Half Tuition off of International Rate


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COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION

The Named Scholarship Program is a project of the Community College Foundation which also sponsor the Keys to Opportunities Annual Fund Campaign. Established in 1959, the foundation has 501 (c)(3) status with the IRS and accepts gifts on behalf of LRSC.

 

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