Complete the above application to be considered for all scholarships, including the Labette County Resident Scholarship and Foundation scholarships, for the Fall 2021/Spring 2022 academic school year.
Complete the above application to be considered for all scholarships, including the Labette County Resident Scholarship and Foundation scholarships, for the Spring 2022 academic school year.
Complete the above application to be considered for all scholarships, including the Labette County Resident Scholarship and Foundation scholarships, for the Fall 2022-Spring 2023 academic school year.
- Availability of Funds
- What types of Scholarships are available?
- Student's Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities
Availability of Funds
All awards are subject to availability of funds. (Although some students may qualify for a specific type of assistance, funds may not be available.) Students are encouraged to apply by March 1st for the coming academic year and November 15 for Spring-only preference.
Note: (1) Fees are not covered by scholarships - which at this time is $55.00 per credit hour. (Subject to change) Acceptations may apply with some athletic scholarships.
Who may apply: High school seniors may apply for an academic scholarship to be used the coming academic year following high school graduation, with renewal pending performance & availability of funds.
GPA is based on high school six semester transcript.
Student must be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours by June 15 prior to fall semester and December 15 for spring semester, and maintain full-time status, to validate acceptance. Students who withdraw to less than 12 credit hours will be ineligible the next renewal period.) Academic Scholarships are renewable for one consecutive academic year, pending verified eligibility requirements.
Activity Assistance Scholarships
Who may apply: Assistance is awarded per semester or academic year. Art, Dental Assistant, English, Exercise Science, Graphic Art, Math, Nursing, Physical Therapy Assistant, Radiography, Respiratory and Sonography. Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Women’s Basketball and Wrestling. Criteria & length of scholarship are established by the coaches &/or instructors of each activity.
Many Foundation scholarships from private and corporate donors are available and awarded according to applicant qualifications and funding availability. Students who are awarded Foundation scholarships must submit a completed scholarship acceptance form in order to validate their award. Written thank you letters may also be required before award is validated. Early application is encouraged. Maintaining enrollment of at least six credit hours and a GPA of at least 2.5 is required unless otherwise stated in the award criteria.
General Assistance Scholarships
Students must meet the following characteristics to be considered for aid, if funds are available: enrolled and have at least an LCC grade point average of 2.5 and demonstrate financial need via FAFSA application..
Labette County Assistance
Labette County residents must complete the scholarship application by stated deadline to be eligible to receive full tuition up to 16 credit hours per semester at LCC, regardless of previous GPA. Reapplication and 2.5 cumulative GPA are necessary for renewal. Some exceptions may apply. Fall, spring, and summer scholarship applications are due by the end of the semester or the student’s last day of attendance. If an application is submitted after the student stops attending, then an appeal may be submitted in order to be considered for the scholarship. The appeal should be requested from and submitted to the Vice President of Finance and Operations.
Debbie Groff Memorial Book Scholarship
The Debbie Groff Memorial Book Scholarship is sponsored by Faculty, Professional Staff, and Educational Support Staff.
M.L. (Lee) & Noretta Caldwell Scholarship Application
The Caldwell Scholarship is restricted to students attending Labette Community College studying business, science, technology or teaching. Excluding areas of study are athletics, music, poetry, and theater. Students must be pursuing a degree program which also can include an associate degree. Applicants must have a minimum high school GPA of 2.5. A minimum grade point average of 2.5 in the previous semester is required for renewal of funds. Financial need is a determining factor. Scholarship funds will be distributed from the M. L. (Lee) & Noretta Caldwell Fund through the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas. Any relative of the donor is not eligible to apply due to IRS regulations. Caldwell Scholarship Application