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Lebanon Valley College Multicultural Fellowship

$5,000

Deadline Varies

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Multicultural Fellowship (MCF) is limited to those high school seniors identifying most closely with one of the following racial and ethnic groups: African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Native American, or multiracial. Transfer students from one of these groups previously listed may also be considered for the fellowship. Awards will range from $1,000-$5,000 per year for up to four years depending on financial need. Students must complete the FAFSA to qualify for this scholarship. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • Lebanon Valley College
  • 101 North College Avenue
  • Annville, PA 17003-1400
  • admission@lvc.edu
  • tel: 717-867-6181
  • fax: 717-867-6026

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Mia K.  on 9/4/2020 3:38:41 PM

I would love to be able to say I earned a Lebanon Valley College Multicultural Fellowship. As well, as I am an African American female.

Luz S  on 8/27/2020 11:19:25 AM

I am of the hispanic / latino community and will begin college this fall

Alexus C  on 6/5/2020 8:53:14 PM

I am African American and I am in Nursing as well. I go back to Campus in the fall of 2020

Cohen W  on 5/27/2020 9:05:30 AM

I am apart of the African American community and I will attend college in the fall of 2020.

Ashley V  on 5/19/2020 1:45:36 AM

I am apart of the African American community and my college venture starts in the fall of 2020.

Ashton Yuen  on 5/11/2020 4:28:55 PM

I am of part of the African American community and will begin college in the fall of 2020

mirely a  on 4/24/2020 5:03:52 PM

I applied for this scholarship because I am in need of financial help coming from a Hispanic family with little to no money, I would be so grateful if I were to win this scholarship.

Katelyn T  on 4/15/2020 2:57:32 PM

I am proud to be Hispanic, and plan on attending college in the fall of 2020

Joelle S  on 4/7/2020 4:25:57 PM

I am of African-Carribean heritage and my college career will begin in the fall of 2021

Sophia L  on 3/4/2020 10:34:44 AM

I am of African American descent and my college career begins in the fall of 2020.

Jaqueline C  on 2/26/2020 7:28:40 PM

I am of the hispanic/ latino community and will begin college in the fall

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