BEDFORD – The Lawrence County Community Foundation (LCCF), a Partner in the Community Foundation Partnership, Inc., is accepting applications for non-traditional scholarships. Non-traditional scholarships are available to students who postponed pursuing secondary education one or more
years after graduating from high school.
LCCF will offer the following non-traditional scholarships:
The Bedford Elks Ladies Marie Disbennett Scholarship is available to a male or female student currently enrolled in or accepted to an accredited college, university, or technical school after at least a one-year period of time since high school graduation.
The Walk with Excellence Returning Women’s Scholarship is available to a female student currently enrolled in or accepted to an accredited college, university, or technical school after at least a one-year period of time since high school graduation.
The Amalie Ford Barger Scholarship is to provide scholarships for qualified Lawrence County students attending Oakland City University Bedford Campus. Preference will be given to female students returning to school after a period of time, especially those who have returned to school
after raising a family.
Applicants must be a current resident of Lawrence County, Indiana, who has lived here for at least one year prior to applying for the scholarship and who maintains a local, permanent mailing address.
The application deadline is April 5, 2021.
Additional information regarding these non-traditional applications and access to the online application can be found on this website.