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Up to 15 Lenfest Scholars will be selected in Fall 2020. The program, funded by the Brook J. Lenfest Foundation, provides financial and academic support for students enrolled in associate-degree programs at Penn College.

Scholarship Award

  • A minimum of $10,000/year
  • Up to 15 awarded/year

Eligibility

To be eligible to for the Lenfest Scholars Program, students must be:

  • Enrolled in an associate-degree program
  • Enrolled full-time with a fall semester start
  • A high school student who graduates from a Mastery Charter School or participates in the Philadelphia Futures program
  • In demonstrated financial need

Candidate also must have:

  • A completed FAFSA
  • A completed Penn College Scholarship application

Renewability

Students will be eligible for funding for two consecutive academic years assuming satisfactory progress is made according to College policy (2.5 cumulative GPA)

Benefits Received

  • Financial aid adviser
  • Academic mentor
  • Tutoring
  • Peer mentoring
  • Project Success: a free, six-week study skills program
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