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Pantano Health Sciences and Technology Scholarship

Electronic Application must be received by January 15, 2015.  
Handwritten applications not accepted

Amount: Three $1,500 scholarships

Requirements:

  • Second year LCCC student
  • 2.5 cumulative GPA minimum (transcript required)
  • 21+ years old
  • American born or naturalized American citizen (sorry, foreign students not eligible)
  • Currently employed part time at least 6 hours/week
  • Registered for the spring semester at LCCC

Must be enrolled in one of the following courses of study:

  • Health Information Technology (HIT)
  • Medical Assistant Program (MED)
  • Any Nursing Program
  • OTA (OTA)
  • PTA (PTA)
  • Biology (BIOS)
  • Biotechnology (BIT)
  • Chemistry (CHMS)
  • Chemical Technology (CHT)
  • Engineering (EGRS)
  • Environmental Sciences (ENVS)
  • Mathematics (MATS)
  • Natural Sciences (NSLS)
  • Physics (PHYS)
  • ANY Technology degree major

(see the application for details)

How to apply:

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National Science Foundation (NSF) STEM Scholarships 

Amount: Scholarships will be based on unmet financial need, with the maximum scholarship capped at $5,000 per year ($2,500 per semester) until a terminal degree is attained or up to 4 consecutive semesters, (grants for more than four semesters or additional degrees may be available with committee approval).

Requirements:

  • Be a U.S. citizen, national, refugee alien or permanent resident alien;
  • Be enrolled full-time (registered for a minimum of 12 credits each semester) in one of the following associate degree programs:
    • Biology                                               
    • Biotechnology                                              
    • Chemistry                                          
    • Chemical Technology
    • Computer Forensics and Security
    • Computer Game & Simulation—Digital Arts                  
    • Computer Game & Simulation—Programming
    • Computer Generated Animation/Digital Arts     
    • Computer Generated Interactive Design
    • Computer Information Systems     
    • Computer Science                           
    • Computer Specialist—Programming       
    • Computer Specialist—Network Technology      
    • Computer Specialist—Web Design & Dev         
    • Drafting and Design                        
    • Electrical Engineering Technology         
    • Electrical Technology
    • Electronics Technology
    • Environmental Science
    • Engineering
    • Geospatial Technology
    • Industrial Automation
    • Manufacturing Technology
    • Mathematics
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology
    • Mechanical Technology
    • Nanofabrication Technology
    • Natural Science—Horticulture/Plant Science
    • Natural Science—Life Science
    • Natural Science—Physical Science
    • Physics
  • Demonstrate financial need defined by the U.S. Department of Education rules for federal financial aid;
  • Demonstrate academic potential or ability through:
  • Scores on the SAT, ACT, PSSA, or LCCC’s COMPASS test for new students entering the PASS program
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale for current LCCC students entering the PASS program
  • GPA of 2.8 or greater by the end of the first semester in the PASS program and 3.0 or greater by the end of the second semester and throughout the second year in the PASS program to maintain eligibility

Restrictions

  • Eligible until a terminal degree is attained or up to 4 consecutive semesters
  • (Grants for more than four semesters or additional degrees may be available with committee approval)

How to apply

 

  • Complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to follow the online instructions for obtaining a PIN number for you, or your parent, to sign the electronic application.
  • Submit a short essay (no more than one page) on your reasons for choosing your desired area of study with a description of your educational and career goals.
  • The completed STEM application and Data Form and Essay can be submitted directly to Mr. John Loughman (place in his mailbox in the Mail Room in SSC5) by the applicable deadline.

 

Deadline:

  • June 1 for fall semester or December 1 for spring semester

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