Grants & Scholarships
Landmark’s financial aid packages typically consist of a mix of state and federal grants, loans, and college scholarship support of up to $35,000.
Landmark College Scholarships
- President's Council Scholarship
This scholarship is a $7,500 admission grant and awarded to students upon admission to the College.
- Landmark College Need Grant
This grant is awarded based on financial need and requires a completed FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
- Endowment Scholarships
Over 10 scholarships are awarded to students who have proven financial need, and other specific requirements. Awards can range from $500 to $8,000.
- Federal Pell Grant
This grant is based on the student's family income and assets as reported on the FAFSA. In 2016-2017 the Pell award can be up to $5815. The student must meet all eligibility requirements. The amount of the grant is dependent on enrollment status and is divided between semesters attended. To apply, students must complete the FAFSA. www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
This grant is awarded to students entering in the fall, with exceptional financial need. The annual award is $2,000. To apply, students must complete the FAFSA. Recipients must meet all eligibility requirements.
- Vocational Rehabilitation Grants
State governments provide funds through vocational rehabilitation grants for people with disabilities pursuing postsecondary education. The amount of the grant varies by state, and can be received for any semester. Further information can be found by reviewing the publication, entitled Vocational Rehabilitation Services: Consumer Guide for Postsecondary Students [PDF] (Heath Resources, 1996). Please contact your state's Vocational Rehabilitation Center for additional information and to apply.
Some of our students are able to supplement their income and reduce costs by finding employment during their enrollment.
- Federal Work Study Program
This grant provides part-time employment opportunities for students with financial need. The average award is $1,000 for the academic year. Typical jobs include office assistant, bookstore cashier, library assistant, peer tutor, gym manager and building manager. More information on this program is available at work study and student jobs page. To be eligible for this program you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov
- College Work Program
Limited on-campus employment opportunities are available for students without demonstrated financial need. Many of these positions are through Residential Life.