Lake Land College students have a variety of options for earning scholarships to assist with paying for college.
Each year, the Lake Land College Foundation awards students more than $400,000 worth of scholarships in a range of amounts up to $5,000.
Applications should be completed annually as scholarships are awarded on an annual basis. Applications for the 2024-2025 academic year will be accepted from November 1, 2023-February 1, 2024 and from August 1-August 31, 2024.
Lake Land College Foundation Scholarships are awarded to students based on a wide range of criteria. Only one application is required to be considered for all Foundation Scholarships.
Click here to access the Foundation Scholarship Application Guide
Students needing more information about Lake Land College Foundation Scholarships can contact email@example.com.
The Rural King Annual Scholarship is available for full-time and part-time students who are active Rural King employees or dependents of an employee with financial need. Priority will be placed on students that live or work in a Rural King County, and demonstrate alignment with Rural King’s core values through community involvement. This new scholarship opportunity was created as a new partnership between Rural King and Lake Land College to support the continued growth and development of Rural King associates and their dependents through providing access to post-secondary educational opportunities.
Note: The application is available from November 1- February 1, and again August 1-31.
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:
Qualifying students must also:
Students who meet the eligibility criteria should:
Presidential Scholars must fulfill certain requirements to remain eligible to continue to receive the award including:
Note: Summer terms have different semester hour criteria as they are considered optional terms for the scholarship. Students should consult the FAQs for Current Presidential Scholars document for more information.
The following documents provide comprehensive answers to common questions regarding the Presidential Scholarship:
For more information about the Presidential Scholarship, contact Grayson Gough at 217-234-5231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lake Land College Pathways and GED Programs are eligible to award the Presidential Scholarship to two in-district students from each program who plan to attend Lake Land College the following fall semester. Each student must meet all of the following requirements:
Pathways students using the GED pretest score for qualification must successfully complete the GED test prior to enrollment.
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.
Students interested in participating in intercollegiate athletics at Lake Land College should complete the Athletic Interest form. Upon receiving your information, the Athletics department will reach out to you regarding your interest.
Student-athletes must fulfill certain requirements to remain eligible to continue to receive their scholarship including:
Note: Summer terms have different semester hour criteria as they are considered optional terms for the scholarship. Student-athletes should consult their Athletic Scholarship Agreement for more information.
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.
Students interested in participating in intercollegiate livestock judging at Lake Land College should contact Hayden Wilder, livestock judging coach, at 217-234-5360 or email@example.com. Upon receiving your information, he will reach out to you regarding your interest.
Livestock judging students must fulfill certain requirements to remain eligible to continue to receive their scholarship including:
Note: Summer terms have different semester hour criteria as they are considered optional terms for the scholarship. Students should consult their Livestock Judging Scholarship Agreement for more information.
For more information on the Lake Land College Livestock Judging team, visit the Livestock Judging webpage or contact Hayden Wilder 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.
Please share the following scholarship opportunities with undergraduate students pursuing an education in a field of study that will open opportunities to work in the crushed stone, sand, gravel, and industrial mineral mining industry in Illinois or a career teaching Earth Science or Geology. More information, including scholarship requirements and an online application, can be found at https://www.iaap-aggregates.org/education-foundation-scholarship.html.
Education Foundation Scholarship
(apply online or printable application)
This scholarship supports students learning and training to be the next generation of professionals in the industry. Applicant must be majoring, or intends to major, in a curriculum which will be compatible with a career in the aggregates industry such as (but not limited to):
Joanne Kluessendorf Memorial Scholarship
(apply online or printable pdf)
The purpose of this scholarship is to promote the education of individuals seeking a career in teaching Earth Science or Geology to students or the general public. Applicant must be majoring, or intends to major, in a curriculum which will be compatible with a career in education. Possible areas of study may include Earth Science, Geology, Environmental Science, or Natural History Museum Programs.
Feel free to reach out to the IAAP office if you have any questions.