Summer Sampler for Scholarship Students

Summer 2015 Scholarships

For New and Current Trustee, Presidential and Diversity Incentive Award Scholars

Great news and a great opportunity to get ahead this summer!

As a new or current Trustee, Presidential or Diversity Incentive Award recipient, LCCC is pleased to offer you a one-time Summer Sampler award. This award will cover the cost of up to 3 credit hours of coursework for summer, 2015, based on your scholarship eligibility.

Current students with a Trustee, Presidential, or DIA scholarship, are eligible to take advantage of the Summer Sampler. The GPA required for participation is:

  • Presidential & Trustee: 2.5 cumulative GPA
  • DIA : 2.0 cumulative GPA

Scholarship recipients simply enroll for summer classes and complete the form below to notify the Financial Services Center. The Summer Sampler will then be applied to your account. It’s that easy!

What a great way to get ahead – academically and financially!

Classes begin May 26, June 8, June 15 and June 29.



Summer Sampler for Scholarship Students Form

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