Are you a Returning Student to LHU?
Don't worry, we have scholarship opportunities for you too!
Scholarships for Freshmen
We understand that finding money to help pay for college is often the most stressful
part of the college search process. We are pleased to announce that LHU has developed
a new merit-based scholarship strategy. Using your SAT/ACT scores and GPA, you can
determine how much scholarship money you will receive from LHU.
With the exception of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Foundation Inc. scholarship, a scholarship application is not required. Any scholarship money awarded will be applied to the student's 2020-21 billing statement.
Other Scholarship Opportunities
Board of Governors (BOG) STEM Scholarship
The Board of Governor's STEM Scholarship is for an incoming freshman who is a resident of Pennsylvania. Applicants must pursue a degree in a STEM area (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Health Science*), have a minimum combined critical reading and math SAT score of 1200 and a 3.5 cumulative GPA. This scholarship is renewable for four years. Recipients are selected by the LHU admission committee.
Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Foundation Inc.
If the process indicates that the individual university is responsible for selecting the recipient, you will be automatically considered. However, many of these scholarships require a separate application - please read the instructions for each scholarship. Visit the PA Foundation website for detailed information.
Academic performance, financial need & commitment to cultural and intellectual diversity. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. More information about the scholarship, and the application, can be found here: http://www.pacac.org/pacac-scholarship
Lock Haven ROTC
Army ROTC provides several scholarships each year to motivated students willing to serve their country as an Army officer. Visit the ROTC website for additional information.
Non-university affiliated scholarships
Lock Haven University does not check the validity of these scholarships. Please use your judgement and read all instructions before applying for a scholarship from an outside source. Scholarship opportunities will be posted in this section as we are notified. Remember, rule #1 when applying for scholarships is that you NEVER pay to apply. That is the first sign of a scam.
Below are additional scholarship resources that may be helpful. LHU does not endorse or sponsor any of these resources.
If you are a high school senior, be sure to check with your high school guidance counselor for additional resources and local scholarships. Students should never pay a fee to apply for financial aid or scholarships.