Anonymous Scholarship

Multi-year scholarships will be awarded to current graduating high school seniors from one of the five public high schools located in Thayer County in Nebraska, namely Bruning, Chester, Davenport, Deshler and Hebron high schools.


Applicant must meet minimum standards for institutional admission however, need not excel academically or maintain a specific GPA. Preference will be given to those students who maintain academic capacity to pursue higher education, however may not necessarily meet the criteria for high academic-based awards. Student attending two year institutions are encouraged to apply.

Applicant must demonstrate financial need as determined by the institution's cost of education minus expected family contributions and other financial aid the applicant may be receiving.

Continued scholarship funding will be awarded to each recipient each year, up to a period of five (5) years provided he/she remains a full-time student at a qualified institution of higher eduction. This scholarship will not be awarded for more than five (5) years to any one recipient.

Please contact the Lincoln Community Foundation for application materials or visit our website.

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