- Renewable: Yes
- Number of Awards: Not Available
- Award Amount: $3,000
- Website: www.letu.edu
- Phone: 1.800.759.8811
- Fax: 903.233.4302
- Email: FinancialAid@letu.edu
- Address: 2100 S. Mobberly Ave Longview, TX 75602
LeTourneau University is there to offer numerous scholarships.
The scholarships are a form of financial aid award that does not need to be repaid and this is a great way of helping the people who want to achieve higher education goals but do not have enough money for it.
All of them are aimed at helping students, including the Homeschool Endowed Scholarship for incoming freshmen who were homeschooled through high school.
Every year the award is up to $3,000, and it is given for up to four years if the student continues to meet the requirements.
The selection is based on your financial need, according to your FAFSA information, but the criteria also include academic performance, membership in a particular group or participation in specified activities.
The renewal of scholarship is possible if a student continues to fulfill eligibility requirements enrollment and has the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) high enough to be considered for scholarship renewal.
The LETU Homeschool Endowed Scholarship is there to benefit new students enrolling at LeTourneau University and to be eligible, a student must:
- Enter as a new freshmen student to LeTourneau University and enroll in at least 12 credit hours each semester.
- Be a US citizen and submit a FAFSA
- Be homeschooled for three of the four years of high school, with one of those three years being the senior year.
- Graduate from homeschooling in Spring of the year he/she is submitting the application from, which will be verified by an official transcript issued by the homeschool of attendance.
- Be accepted to LETU by February 1st.
How to Apply
In order to apply for the scholarship, you need to complete your FAFSA.
Prospective scholarship recipients are encouraged to complete the admissions process as soon as possible.
The Homeschool Endowed Scholarship requires that the applicants submit essays by February 1st.
The essay should be a one page text about the applicant’s personal homeschool experience and should be sent to Mike VanBrocklin, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Services at MikeVanBrocklin@letu.edu.
The applicant should mention the advantages and disadvantages of the homeschool experience and how it has affected his/her development academically, socially, and spiritually.
The recipients will be determined by February 15th, and the winner will be selected according to high school grades, test score and the student’s financial need.