Weekend Closure | COVID-19 Information

Weekend Closure | COVID-19 Information

Weekend Closure (January 15-17)

Due to inclement weather and potentially hazardous road conditions predicted for the St. Charles area this weekend, the Lindenwood University campus will be closed this weekend, Saturday, January 15 and Sunday, January 16. All in-person campus activities are canceled. Virtual events may continue as planned. Dining services remain open for normal operation.

In addition, the University will be closed Monday, January 17 in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

COVID-19 Information

Lindenwood continues to monitor the COVID-19 campus and make decisions in the best interest of the community. Students and employees demonstrating symptoms should complete the Initial Assessment Survey. COVID-19 Response and Resources.

 

Admissions

Scholarships &
Grants

Scholarships &
Grants

Admissions NAVIGATION

Lindenwood University is pleased to offer grants and scholarships to incoming first-year students, transfer students, as well as our continuing students.  These opportunities support Lindenwood’s mission while also distinguishing student achievement. 

ACADEMIC MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS

Lindenwood’s academic merit scholarships are awarded at time of admission and are based on a holistic review of a student’s academic profile.  All first-year and transfer applicants admitted to the University will be reviewed for an academic merit award at time of admission.  Academic merit is renewable for students who remain in good academic standing.

SIBLEY SCHOLARSHIP

The Sibley Scholarship is Lindenwood’s premier scholarship for exemplary student leaders. This competitive scholarship recognizes students who exhibit high academic achievement, community service, co-curricular involvement and leadership. Learn more about the Sibley Scholarship.

INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

Lindenwood’s Inclusive Leadership Scholarship recognizes and supports students in making a successful transition into their undergraduate journey. Recipients of this scholarship will participate in the PILLAR Program (Promoting Inclusive Learning Leadership and Retention), which has a 4-year curriculum and is executed by the Center for Diversity and Inclusion. Learn more about the Inclusive Leadership Scholarship.

NEED-BASED GRANTS

Lindenwood University is committed to helping students with high financial need. In order to be considered, a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be on file with the University. Upon receipt of the completed FAFSA, applicants will be assessed for need by our Student Financial Services office.

LEGACY GRANT

Lindenwood University Legacy Grant encourages a family tradition of enrollment and recognizes those traditions through this grant.  Eligibility is dependent on at least one direct lineage to a parent, grandparent or legal guardian who graduated from Lindenwood. The Legacy Grant will go into effect for new students beginning fall 2021.

SIBLING GRANT

Lindenwood University Sibling Grant provides additional financial support to families with more than one child enrolled at Lindenwood University simultaneously. Eligibility will be assessed each academic year.

FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS GRANT

Students participating in performance groups on campus may be eligible for Fine and Performing Arts Grants.

NCAA SCHOLARSHIPS

Lindenwood University is a member of the NCAA Division II. Scholarships are available and may be awarded to students participating in one of our NCAA sports at the discretion of our athletic coaches.

STUDENT LIFE SPORTS SCHOLARSHIPS

Students competing in Student Life Sports are eligible for athletic scholarships at the discretion of our athletic coaches.

PHI THETA KAPPA

Lindenwood is proud to honor members of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) international honor society of two-year colleges. Transfer students who have joined PTK are eligible to receive a $1,000 stackable scholarship as a full-time student.

Outside Scholarships

Scholarship Central

Scholarship Central connects Missouri students and students who live in the St. Louis Metro area to financial resources for college. Getting started is easy, Learn more about Scholarship Central.

Diversity Jobs

The Diversity Jobs Scholarship Program is open to all diversity and minority students. Diversityjobs.com awards $3,000 annually to one student per year. Learn more about Diversity Jobs.

Scholly

Scholly is the simple, comprehensive and accurate scholarship matching platform that has helped students win over $35 Million in scholarship awards. Create an account, and turn the long months of searching for free money for college, into minutes.

The app can be purchased via the App Store or Google Play.

There are many scholarships sponsored by companies, fraternal organizations, churches, professional groups, employment affiliates that may assist you in your education. Spend some time researching these and other potential funding sources:

Scholarship America

Scholarship America works directly with students, parents, colleges, businesses and communities to help students fulfill their college dreams. Since it was founded in 1958, Scholarship America has distributed $4.2 billion to more than 2.5 million students. Learn more about Scholarship America.