Every year, Laramie County Community College students receive more than $1 million in scholarships funded by donors, foundations, trusts and the college.
Applying is easy! Fill out the appropriate year's LCCC Donor Scholarship Application to get started. The best time to apply is between Jan. 1 and April 1.
What types of students can receive scholarship money?
- High school graduates
- Home-school graduates
- GED recipients
- Transfer students
- Full- and part-time degree-seeking students
What types of scholarships are available?
- Hathaway Scholarships (state-funded)
- Donor Scholarships
- Presidential and Dean's Scholarships (for current high school seniors)
What are the requirements?
Criteria to receive a scholarship are as varied as the number of scholarship programs. Some factors include grade point average (GPA), minimum enrollment level, state of residence, participation in a particular activity or enrollment in a specific program of study.
Do I have to be an 'A' student to get a scholarship?
While we want you to do well in school, you don’t have to be a straight-A student to receive scholarships. Although some scholarships have higher GPA requirements, many are available to anyone with at least a 2.0.