Daniel Fox Youth Scholars Scholarship Opportunities

The Daniel Fox Youth Scholars Institute at Lebanon Valley College offers two types of scholarships for select students enrolling in the program:

GE FOUNDATION GRANT
This scholarship is competitively awarded, and covers the complete fee for attendance in the program. It is funded through a grant that was awarded to the College by the General Electric corporation, and is potentially available to students meeting the following criteria.

  • Students’ ethnicity must be within a designated minority status (i.e., African, Latino, Asian, or Native American); this must be evidenced by teacher certification on the scholarship application.
  • Students must have a demonstrated talent in the Mathematical or Natural Sciences, evidenced by grades of B or higher in high school classes within these fields.
  • Students must have the potential to complete an undergraduate degree within the Mathematical or Natural Sciences; this must be evidenced by teacher certification on the scholarship application.
  • Students must be enrolled in one of the following secondary schools: (i) McCaskey High School (Lancaster, PA), (ii) Reading High School (Reading, PA), (iii) Lebanon High School (Lebanon, PA), (iv) Harrisburg High School (Harrisburg, PA), or (v) Steelton-Highspire High School (Steelton, PA).
  • Students must complete an application for their desired Youth Scholars program and be accepted into that program.

LVC ACTUARIAL SCIENCE GRANT
This scholarship is competitively awarded, and covers the complete fee for attendance in the Actuarial Science class within the program. It is funded internally by the College, and is potentially available to students meeting the following criteria.

  • Students’ ethnicity must be within a designated minority status (i.e., African, Latino, Asian, or Native American); this must be evidenced by teacher certification on the scholarship application.
  • Students must complete an application for the Actuarial Science Youth Scholars program and be accepted into that program; students must have also completed the 11th grade to be considered for entry into this particular class.