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LSU Eunice offers a variety of scholarships funded by private donors, by businesses, and by organizations. Some donors have established endowments to provide a permanent source of funding. Other scholarships are contributed by donors on an annual basis.
Persons interested in LSUE scholarships should apply by February 1 for scholarships that will begin the following fall semester. Applicants who apply after that date will be considered for any vacancies in scholarships that occur after scholarships have been awarded.
Click here to apply for scholarships online today! After reviewing the applications, the LSUE Scholarship Committee awards the scholarships based on merit.
Scholarships do not require service and are given only to full-time students (with the exception of students in the nursing and other allied health programs). When an appointment is made for one year, it is usually for two consecutive semesters, beginning with the academic session in the fall. Recipients must earn at least a 3.0 grade-point average to continue a scholarship from the fall to the spring semester and a 3.0 grade-point average to continue a scholarship for the next year. Typically, high school students applying for scholarships should have a minimum 3.0 GPA in "core" academic subjects and an ACT composite score of 20 or above.
Scholarships provided by outside agencies are administered according to the rules and regulations prescribed by the donors, as accepted by the LSU Board of Supervisors.
A student automatically forfeits his or her award under the following conditions: failure to maintain the required scholastic average for any given scholarship or award; failure to claim the award for any semester; resignation during a semester; or being dropped from the rolls of the University.
LSU Eunice students who are not currently recipients of scholarships and have accumulated a 3.0 or better GPA are encouraged to apply for any vacancies that may exist among the several scholarships. LSUE students applying for scholarships must complete the LSUE Scholarship Application.
NOTE: The online scholarship application can only be used to apply for scholarships awarded on the basis of academic accomplishment. Awards based on financial need require a different type of application form. You can obtain these forms from the Financial Aid website: http://www.lsue.edu/financialaid.