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& Mathematics Scholarships
For scholarships requiring a General
Application, first read the submission instructions relating to
the version of application you are submitting (paper or electronic).
General Applications, paper or electronic, must be
submitted by the March 1 deadline. Only one General Application
is required per student, be sure to include the checklist indicating the
scholarships for which you would like to be considered. The
General Application can be found at the bottom of the page.
For all other scholarships, instructions for
applying will be noted or a separate application will be provided with
the scholarship description.
If you have any questions contact the Financial Aid Office
any time or e-mail us at
The Orval Austin Endowed Scholarship
was established by Char Gustafson in memory of Mr. Orval Austin.
Char was a friend of Mr. Austin and knew of his wish to help
students through college. Two scholarships will be available,
one to an Education major, and one going to a Biology major that is
planning to attend veterinarian school. The recipients must be
full-time or part-time degree seeking students that demonstrate
financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office.
General Application is required and must be submitted by March 1.
Jimmy Guild Memorial Scholarship
The Jimmy Guild Memorial
Scholarship is sponsored each year by the United Steel Workers Union, Local #712. Students must be enrolled
full-time, majoring in either mathematics with interest in computer
science or be in a major within the Technical and Industrial
Division. Students must also have a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
Preference will be given to students graduating from local high
schools and who are affiliated with a member of the United
Steel Workers Union, Local #712. This is a
non-renewable scholarship. A separate application is
required and must be submitted by May 16.
Click here for a printable application
Jimmy Guild Memorial Scholarship Application
Lyle and Sharon Parks Scholarship
The intent of this scholarhship is to recognize an
individual who demonstrates involvement in extracurricular, community,
leadership, and personal improvement activities. To qualify, the
student must be a graduate of Kendrick High School in Kendrick, Idaho
and meet entrance requirements for admission to LCSC. Student
must be enrolled as full-time, carrying a minimum of 12 credits per
semester while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 2.5. Preference
will be given to students enrolled in a Professional-Technical or
Health Science program. Secondary preference will be given to
math, science, or engineering programs. A General Application is
required and must be submitted by March 1.
The Laura Ann Peck Memorial
This scholarship has been set up to assist
Lewis-Clark State College students that are majoring in
mathematics. To qualify, students must also have successfully
completed three semesters of calculus, have at least a 2.5
cumulative GPA and be registered as a degree-seeking, full-time
(12 credits) student. A General Application is required and must be
submitted by March 1.