Scholarships are funds received by the student from mostly non-governmental sources.
These funds do not need to be paid back by the student. Some scholarships may be refunded to the student for living expenses while others may not. The donor of the scholarship tells us whether the scholarship may be refundable.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board offers a tuition exemption called Early High School Graduation Scholarship. Students eligible for this program will have their only tuition for college credit classes paid. This scholarship is renewable until the student has incurred charges against the amount of the scholarship award.
In the case of this scholarship, the student must contact financial aid every subsequent term that they wish to use these funds.
Open Education Database
Eligibility: High school graduate or graduating senior.
To help increase awareness around the extensive college funding opportunities provided for minority students, see http://oedb.org/minority-scholarship/ for any additional rules and requirements.
Deadline: Dec. 31, 2019
RevPart is proud to support the next generation of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) students by providing a scholarship of $1,000 to a student demonstrating excellent promise in his or her area of study. As an innovator in the tech industry, RevPart understands the importance of the STEM fields and wishes to advocate for the industry’s future leaders by assisting their efforts toward a degree. Any student majoring in a STEM field and who is attending an accredited college may apply. The 2020 scholarship winner will be awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student to be used toward his or her degree. RevPart will also offer a book scholarship for the first and second runner-up.
• Value of the scholarship: $1,000 (winner), $250 (2 runners-up)
• Number of scholarships available: 3
• Minimum SAT/ACT and GPA: N/A
• School Year: Any student who will attend next year or who is attending college. The Spring 2020 scholarship winner will be awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student to be used toward his or her degree.
• Major: Science, Technology, Engineering or Math
• Required college state: Any
• Required college or university: Any
• Required race or heritage: Any
• Required student activities such as clubs, professional or civic organizations or particular extracurricular activities: N/A
• Any parental requirements, such as a union membership or active military or veteran: Any
• U.S. Citizenship: Reside in U.S. 50 States
• Specific disabilities, if applicable: N/A
• Religion or religious heritage: N/A
• Gender: N/A
LEE COLLEGE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
About the Scholarships
Scholarships are awarded yearly to help students pay for tuition and textbooks. Scholarships are available for all students studying any program. You will be considered for all scholarships for which you qualify, including those with special selection criteria. Only one application per student is necessary and only one Foundation scholarship will be awarded to any student. Most Foundation scholarships are $500 per fall and spring semesters. Textbook scholarships are also available, and no additional application is necessary. Indicate when you apply that you are also interested in a textbook scholarship. The application deadline for scholarships will be posted on this website.
Additional departmental scholarships are available in various areas of the college, including athletics, academic studies, technical and applied sciences, and fine arts. Students interested in such scholarships should contact their instructors and/or the Financial Aid Office.
The Scholarship Application
All students fill out a general application. Some scholarships may have more specific questions.
Thorough answers to the essay questions are very important. Your answers to the essay questions give the Scholarship Committee valuable information about you, your financial situation, struggles you may have encountered and difficulties that you face in your life. Students who do not answer the essay questions thoroughly will NOT be considered for a scholarship.
Full-time students must enroll in and maintain at least nine credit hours each term to receive an award. If you do not, you will forfeit your scholarship for the spring semester. Some other criteria may apply depending on the particular scholarship.
Notification for scholarship awards will be made to new students through the email address provided when you completed your ApplyTexas application. Returning students will be notified through your MYLC email address. Check it often!
State law mandates that a student must indicate if they are related to one of the Lee College Regents. You MUST complete that part of the application or you will not receive a scholarship.
A thank you letter MUST be submitted or the scholarship award will not be given. The thank-you note will be forwarded to the donor of your scholarship should you be awarded one.
How to Apply
During your first visit to the scholarship site, you must “Sign Up.” Upon returning, you must click “Sign In.”
When setting up your account in the Scholarship System:
- If you have a myLC email address, you must use it.
- If you do not have a myLC email address, you must use the primary email address you provided when completing the ApplyTexas application.
Once you have successfully completed your ApplyTexas application, you will receive an email congratulating you on admission to Lee College. Please allow at least 48 hours between the time that you receive your acceptance email and the time you apply for scholarships. You may save your application at any time by clicking Save and Keep Editing at the bottom of the form. Once it has been completed, you can submit your application by clicking Finish and Continue.
Notification for scholarship awards will be made to new students through the primary email address provided when you completed your ApplyTexas application. Returning students will be notified through your myLC email address. Check it often!
Students who wish to apply for a Foundation scholarship may go to:
For assistance, contact Financial Aid at email@example.com or call 281.425.6389.