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Current New LCCC Scholarship Opportunities
- Century Fund (ESL for Allentown residents only)
- Honors Scholarship Program
- LCCC Foundation Scholarships (Available for the fall 2015 semester)
- Lehighton High School Seniors and Graduates - 4H Scholarship
- Three C Carbon County High School Senior Scholarship (Applicatons are now closed)
- LVMAC Veteran's Scholarship - for vets and children of veterans (Deadline Extended To: May 30, 2015) - An outside the college scholarship
- National Science Foundation STEM Scholarships at LCCC - (Deadline: June 1)
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LCCC Foundation Scholarships Are Available For The Fall and Spring
GPA 2.0 Minimum. Must file a FAFSA.
NEW SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES!
Lehigh Carbon Community College Morgan Foundation Scholarship. (An LCCC Scholarship)
This fall, the John E. Morgan Charitable Trust announced that it will fund Morgan Success Scholarships for qualified applicants until 2023. Each year the Morgan Foundation funds full tuition scholarships for qualified graduating Tamaqua Area High School seniors who attend LCCC. For more information, please click this link. Due Date is March 15. Then ongoing by semester.
The Trustees of the John E. Morgan Charitable Trust II offer one or more scholarships each academic year of up to $10,000 to a student or students of Tamaqua High School, to be applied towards the student’s tuition at an approved college, university, graduate, professional, trade, business or technical school or other post-secondary educational institution. This is in addition to the LCCC Morgan Scholarship and can be renewed for up to 5 years. Click on the Name of the scholarship above to see the criteria and an application. Where possible, applications should be submitted at least six months prior to the beginning of the semester for which the scholarship is to be applied.
Amber Appello receiving the Krysta Hankee Scholarship Award on April 28, 2015
The Krysta Hankee Memorial Fund was established in 2007 in Krysta’s memory. The Fund wishes to present a monetary award in the amount of $2,000.00 to one full time 1st or 2nd year LCCC student (male or female) displaying high academic achievement and currently enrolled at LCCC. The selection committee will select a student who demonstrates a desire to develop his or her leadership skills through campus and/or community involvement and service.
The Yvette M. Palmer Interrupted Studies 2014 Scholarship Winners
Our mission at the college has always been centered on providing students with an affordable and quality education. It is through this mission that the LCCC Foundation has provided President Bieber the ability to offer an allocated $5,000 per semester to use at her discretion to aide students. Through these funds, under the Presidential Emergency Grant, Lehigh Carbon Community College will be able to assist students with emergency financial aid when unforeseen events occur and disrupt a student's education such as a death in the family, loss of income or other life-altering events.
If you know of a student who may benefit from the emergency financial aid and falls within the criteria for consideration, please encourage that individual to complete the application and submit it to the President's Office. Applications will be considered on an on-going basis until all funds are exhausted, with decisions rendered within 7-10 days of receipt.
Community College Fellows Program at Moravian College (An Outside Scholarship)
The Community College Fellows Program at Moravian College offers as many as thirty transfer students the chance to become Community College Fellows. Up to ten fellowships from Lehigh Carbon Community College will be awarded. Fellows will receive an annual renewable Fellowship of $10,000 and includes recognition activities, including dinner with the President once a semester and regular invitations for special events and opportunities for networking. For more information, click here. Due date is May 1.
The scholarship opportunities noted on this page will be updated as new data becomes available. This information is subject to change. For the most current information about scholarships, deadlines and eligibility requirements, is it advisable to contact the sponsor, college or university or funder directly.
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