Lake Land College students have a variety of options for earning scholarships to assist with paying for college.
Lake Land College Foundation Scholarships are awarded to students in a wide range of majors and backgrounds. Each year, the Foundation awards students more than $400,000 worth of scholarships ranging from $100 to $3,500. Only one application is required to be considered for all Foundation Scholarships. However, there is an additional special application required for the John Deere Ag Tech Scholarship, awarded to students enrolled in the John Deere Ag program.
Both incoming freshmen and current students are encouraged to apply each year as the scholarships are not automatically renewed. For a complete list and descriptions of all foundation scholarships, visit the Foundation website.
For more information about foundation scholarships, visit the Foundation webpage or contact the Foundation at 217-234-5363 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lake Land College is pleased to guarantee a Presidential Scholarship to all eligible in-district high school graduates who have demonstrated outstanding academic performance. The scholarship covers the full cost of tuition for up to two years.
Students who meet one of the following criteria are eligible for the Presidential Scholarship: (1) rank in the top 15 percent of students in the senior class; or (2) have an ACT composite score of 26 or higher/SAT total score of 1240 or higher. Qualifying students must also: (1) reside in the Lake Land College district at the time of graduation; (2) graduate from a high school located in the Lake Land College district; or (3) graduate from a high school serving a portion of the Lake Land College district.
For more information about the Presidential Scholarship, visit the Lake Land College Honors Experience webpage or contact Michelle Zumbahlen at 217-234-5230 or email@example.com.
Lake Land College athletic coaches award scholarships to talented athletes who in their judgment have the outstanding ability to compete on their respective NJCAA team. For more information on Lake Land College Athletics, visit the Athletics webpage or call the Field House at 217-234-5333.
The Lake Land College Livestock Judging team coach awards scholarships to students who in his/her judgment have the outstanding ability to perform on the College’s team. For more information on the Lake Land College Livestock Judging team, visit the Livestock Judging webpage or contact Jordan Rauch at 217-234-5360 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many community organizations, banks, credit unions, clubs, fraternal orders, businesses and employers sponsor a variety of private scholarships. Students are encouraged to contact these organizations about scholarship opportunities. High school guidance offices are also an excellent resource for scholarship listings, searches and assistance. Many private scholarships are awarded well before the fall semester begins, so students should start the search and application process early and pay close attention to deadlines.