Other LC State Scholarship Opportunities

The following LC State associated scholarship opportunities are available to assist students. As they are not included on the Lewis-Clark State College General Scholarship Application they do require completion of a separate application and may have application deadlines beyond the March 1 Priority Deadline.

If you have any scholarship questions, contact the Financial Aid Office at 208-792-2224 or [email protected].

Established to recognize and reward the service our business partners (currently Sodexo and Follett) provide for the campus. This scholarship provides funds for degree seeking students who are current employees of LC State Sodexo or LC State Follett with three or more years of service or a spouse or a dependent of a current employee with three or more years of service. Minimum GPA of 3.0 and at least part-time enrollment (six or more credits per semester) is required. Students must demonstrate financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. Preference is given to students who are involved on campus or in the community. Open to all majors. Limit one scholarship per family per semester. Applicants must reapply for this scholarship each semester. Deadline for Fall semester is July 1. Deadline for Spring semester is November 1.

Spring 2022 Business Partner Scholarship Application

The ETV Program for Idaho foster youth helps current and former Idaho foster youth continue their post-secondary education by providing monetary assistance. Students could receive up to $5000 per year while attending school.

More information on the ETV Program

Established by the United Steel Workers International Union, Local #712 in honor of Eugene Northrup. This scholarship provides funds to an incoming freshman who is a relative of a member (past or present) of the United Steel Workers International Union. Minimum GPA of 3.0 and full-time enrollment (12 or more credits per semester) is required. A 500-word essay on Unionism of the Labor Movement is required. Open to all majors. Application deadline is April 15.

2021-2022 Eugene Northrup Scholarship

Established by the Lewis-Clark State College Foundation to assist students in completing their degree at LC State. This scholarship provides funds for Idaho resident students seeking a bachelor's degree within four semesters of graduation from LC State. Must be a current LC State student who is not receiving other merit-based scholarships. Minimum GPA of 3.0 and full-time enrollment (12 or more credits per semester) is required. This $1500 per year scholarship may be renewable for a second year based on maintaining a 3.0 GPA and completion of 12 credits per semester. Application deadline is March 1.

2021-2022 Foundation Retention Scholarship

Established by the Heitmann Family and the Trinity Lutheran Church in Lewiston, Idaho. This scholarship provides funds for degree seeking students in any major. Minimum GPA of 2.0 and full-time enrollment (12 or more credits per semester) is required. Preference will be given to students who are members of or attend Trinity Lutheran Church. Students must demonstrate financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. Application deadline is March 1.

2021-2022 Heitmann Family Scholarship

Established by the United Steel Workers International Union, Local #712 in memory of Jimmy Guild. This scholarship provides funds for students pursuing a degree in one of the following areas: Mathematics with an interest in Computer Science or the Technical and Industrial Division. Students must be a relative to a member (past or present) of the United Steel Workers International Union. Preference will be given to a graduate from a local area high school. Minimum GPA of 3.0 and full-time enrollment (12 or more credits per semester) is required. Application deadline is May 16.

2021-2022 Jimmy Guild Memorial Scholarship

LC Work Scholars is a unique program designed to reduce student loan debt. LC Work Scholars (students) graduate with valuable work experience and professional skills in addition to their degree. Tuition scholarships as well as stipends are offered to highly motivated individuals who demonstrate academic success as well as financial need. Additionally, students may earn internship credit for their Work Scholars experience.

More information on LC Work Scholars

Established to assist non-traditional students who have been out of high school for, or a GED date of, at least five years at the time of their initial enrollment for LC State. This scholarship provides funds for new degree-seeking students. Minimum GPA of 3.0 and full-time enrollment (12 or more credits per semester) is required. Current LC State students are not eligible. Students must demonstrate financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. Application deadline is March 1.

2021-2022 Non-Traditional Student Scholarship

Established by Dr. Alan H. Smith who devoted his life developing a deep appreciation and respect for the Native American people of the Northwest. This scholarship provides funds for certificate-seeking and degree-seeking students who are enrolled members (or must show proof of being at least one-quarter blood) of one of the following Plateau Tribes: Nez Perce Tribe, Yakama Indian Nation, Confederated Tribes of Umatilla Indian Reservation, Colville Confederated Tribes, Spokane Tribe, Kalispel Tribe, Kootenai Tribe of Idaho, Coeur d'Alene Tribe and Confederated Tribes of Salish-Kootenai. Enrolled members of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation will be considered on an individual basis by the scholarship committee. Minimum GPA of 2.5 for LC State students and 2.75 for incoming high school students and full-time enrollment (12 or more credits per semester) is required. Students must demonstrate financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. Application deadline is March 1.

2021-2022 Plateau Native American Scholarship

LC State participates in the RaiseMe scholarship program. RaiseMe enables students to earn micro-scholarships throughout high school, starting as early as 9th grade, for doing all the things to best prepare them to succeed, including earning good grades, volunteering in the community or joining an extra-curricular activity. Micro-scholarships earned in RaiseMe are included in, not added to, the merit scholarship offer a student may receive.

More information on RaiseMe

Established by the Roy and Leona Nelson Foundation to assist students from Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. This scholarship provides funds for students who graduated from a high school in Eastern Washington (east of the Cascade Mountains) or North Idaho (north of Riggins). Minimum GPA of 3.0 and full-time enrollment (12 or more credits per semester) is required. Open to all majors. Application deadline is March 1.

2021-2022 Roy and Leona Nelson Foundation Scholarship