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The Scholarship Office strongly encourages students to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Assistance (FAFSA) or California DREAM Act Application each year to determine your eligibility for federal and/or state grants. The following list of scholarships are provided as resources to aid students in finding additional financial assistance to fund college expenses. Please note, unless otherwise indicated, LMC does not determine the recipients of any scholarship(s) and advises students to contact each organization directly with any questions. Scholarship applications from reputable sources are free. If you are being asked to pay money and/or provide information you do not feel comfortable with, it is highly recommended that you do not apply and verify the authenticity of the organization.
The Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) Scholars Program provides scholarships for LMC students who are majoring in one of the following STEM fields: Biological Sciences, Computer Sciences, Engineering, Mathematical Sciences or Physical Sciences. Student must hold U.S. Citizenship or lawful national or alien status, be enrolled 12 units, high school students GPA 3.0 (including STEM classes) LMC continuing students GPA 2.7 (GPA 3.0 STEM classes), successfully completed pre-calculus, demonstrate financial need, complete a sighed Education Plan (LMC students) and upon selection become an active participant in the STEM Scholars Cohort of the MESA program. For more information, an application, and reference form click here 2015 Stem Application and 2015 Stem Reference Form.
LMC Foundation scholarships are only for students currently enrolled at LMC in at least 5 units (many scholarships will require students to be enrolled as a full-time student to qualify) and who have designated LMC as their home school with Financial Aid.
These scholarships are offered by organizations/companies in the surrounding communities (i.e. Contra Costa, Alameda, Solano, San Francisco, Santa Clara counties) to provide financial assistance to local college students attending community college or transferring to 4-year colleges/universities. LMC does not determine recipients of scholarships. Please contact organizations directly with any questions.
These scholarships offer financial assistance to community college students transferring to a 4-year college/university. Scholarships may be offered by major corporations or local organizations/ companies. LMC does not determine recipients of scholarships. Please contact organizations directly with any questions.
Scholarships may be for student continuing at LMC in the 2015-2016 academic year or transferring to a 4-year college. LMC does not determine recipients of scholarships. Please contact organizations directly with any questions.
Specialized scholarships by subject