Alumni Legacy Scholarship:
First-time, full-time freshmen whose parent(s) or grandparent(s)
graduated from Lindsey Wilson College are eligible for an Alumni
Legacy Scholarship. Students must meet all financial aid guidelines
and provide the relative's full name (as printed on his or her LWC
diploma), address, Social Security number, date of birth, and year
of graduation from Lindsey Wilson.
Athletic Grants-in-Aid: Awarded
by the College upon the recommendation of the Athletic Department,
these grants are based on athletic ability and need.
Scholarship: This is an established scholarship for
international students determined from information given on the
Leadership Scholarship: This is a
competitive, need-based scholarship for outstanding young people
who have demonstrated leadership potential. Requirements are: must
have held a leadership position, had a minimum ACT composite score
of 15, a minimum 2.50 high school grade point average, been
accepted for admission to Lindsey Wilson, have completed financial
aid paperwork by the Leadership Scholarship deadline, submitted two
letters of recommendation, and written an essay on their leadership
Lindsey Wilson United Methodist
Scholarship: This is a need-based scholarship requiring the
student be an active member of The United Methodist Church.
Applicants must present a written recommendation from their
minister that verifies church membership.
National United Methodist
Scholarships: These need-based scholarships are awarded to
qualifying United Methodist students. This scholarship is funded by
The United Methodist Student Day Offering taken annually throughout
William Randolph Hearst Endowed
Scholarship Fund for Students of Color: This scholarship is
for students of color and is awarded on an annual basis to an
entering or currently enrolled student who has demonstrated a
record of academic achievement and commitment to personal service
in their community. It is a one-year award and is subject to
possible renewal upon application.
Criteria for the Hearst Scholarship include:
- A high school grade point average of 3.30 or above on a 4.00
- A record of community service as demonstrated by involvement in
school, civic, church, or other projects that reflect a helping
- Extracurricular activity; and
- Acceptance into the Lindsey Wilson College Education Program,
which entails meeting the Kentucky Education Professional Standards
Board requirement of a minimum ACT score of 21 (or 990 on SAT) or
passing the PRAXIS I entrance exam.
Application Procedure for Hearst Scholarship:
- Completion of a William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship
application (available in the Education Division or the Admissions
- Submission of a short (approximately two pages) biography
addressing professional aspiration, community service,
extracurricular involvement, and financial need.