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Lewis and Clark Community College recently announced its list of scholarship recipients for the 2022-2023 academic year, and it’s the biggest group to date.
Of more than 400 applicants from throughout the college’s district this year, 155 students accepted awards for the academic year, which began on Monday, Aug. 22. Eight students from Calhoun County were among the recipients.
Extending the scholarship deadline, the support of current and new donors, and the efforts of the Scholarship Awarding Committee aided the college in achieving one of the best scholarship awarding cycles experienced to date.
“The Lewis and Clark Community College Financial Aid department and the Lewis and Clark Community College Foundation offer about 200 scholarships annually, with a value of more than $600,000, including opportunities for people of all ages, abilities and levels of academic achievement,” said L&C President Ken Trzaska. “This year, we are particularly excited to be able to make higher education more accessible for even more students.”
Congratulations to the following scholarship recipients from Calhoun County:
Batchtown – Jacquelyn Barczewski, L&C Board of Trustees – Talent Scholarship – Student Activities President and The Patsy Goss “Onward & Upward” Scholarship
Golden Eagle – Megan Colp, The Childhood Development Program Scholarship and The Larry D. Underwood Scholarship; Isabella Friedel, L&C Board of Trustees – Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship; Josie Friedel, L&C Board of Trustees – Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship; Ellie Nolte, John L. & Betty L. McDaniels Endowed Scholarship; Alexandra Schulte, L&C Board of Trustees – Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship
Hardin – Elly Pohlman, Golden Eagle Scholars Award; Maggie Toppmeyer, Distinguished Scholars Award
The application is made available each year in October at lc.edu/scholarships. Applicants complete one online application and are automatically matched to scholarships for which they are eligible. Scholarships are awarded in April by a committee of local educators. Selected students have until June 30 to accept their award. If they decline, the scholarship is awarded to another qualified student.
Scholarships vary in value, but about half cover full tuition and fees, approximately $4,650 for an in-district, full-time student.