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Several institutional and external scholarship and grant opportunities are available to Lourdes University undergraduate students.

 

Honors Housing Grants
Students who are selected to participate in the Honors Program and who choose to live in Honors Housing on campus will receive a grant of $1,000 per year for a maximum of four years to be applied toward their housing (can be combined with the Wolf Grant). Student must maintain Honors status.

 

LaValley Scholarship
A $10,000 award renewable for up to 4 years for Saint Francis de Sales (Toledo, Ohio) and Saint Ursula (Toledo, Ohio) graduates applying directly from High School. This award is stackable with academic and athletic scholarships up to full tuition. After you are admitted to Lourdes University, apply for this scholarship.

 

National Catholic College Admission Association Scholarships
The National CCAA will award seven $1000 one-time scholarship awards to graduating high school seniors who will be attending one of The National CCAA member institutions. Lourdes University is a participating member of the National CCAA. These awards were created in an effort to assist students in pursuing a Catholic higher education.

 

Sylvania Community Improvement Corporation Scholarship Program
This scholarship is awarded to new full-time Lourdes University students from Sylvania Northview high School, Sylvania Southview High School or any other private/parochial high school whereby the parents are taxpaying citizens of Sylvania school district during the student;s tenue in high school. Students should complete the FAFSA process and the scholarship application by April 1. Award amounts vary.

 

Toledo Community Foundation Scholarships
The Toledo Community Foundation manages nearly 100 scholarship funds. Through the generosity of many families and individuals, scholarships are awarded on an annual basis from philanthropic funds which have been established with the Toledo Community Foundation. These awards assist local students in their pursuit of higher education. Visit the Toledo Community Foundation to review the many scholarships offered.

 

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