ALL ADMITTED STUDENTS ARE REVIEWED FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
- LTU awards hundreds of competitive scholarships to high-achieving freshmen and transfer students each year.
- In addition to merit-based scholarships, there are also opportunities for private, portfolio, and athletic scholarships.
- Many generous private donor scholarships are also made possible by friends and alumni of LTU
Incoming freshmen are eligible for merit scholarships and a number of private and portfolio scholarships.
Once you have been admitted to Lawrence Tech, we'll automatically review your transcripts for transfer credit and merit scholarships.
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Endowed scholarships are available to upper-class students through the generosity of friends and alumni of the university.
Scholarship upgrades are based on available funding. The Scholarship Upgrade Appeal Form is available by clicking here. You will log in with the username and password previously created for your admissions application.
Please complete the form below if any of the following apply to you:
- You are a freshmen student whose high school GPA has increased.
- You are a transfer student whose cumulative college GPA increased.
- You are a transfer student who is receiving additional transfer credit.
- You are a student who qualifies for a Lawrence Tech Merit Scholarship, it has been more than two weeks since you were admitted, and you have not received a scholarship notice in the mail.
In addition to completing the form, we must also receive official copies of your transcripts by March 1. If we do not receive the official copy, we will not review your appeal.
Scholarship upgrades are not guaranteed and are based on available funding. Students who have signed an Athletic Letter of Intent and scholarship agreement form are not eligible for scholarship upgrades.
Following are some useful resources and information
FAFSA on the Web
Federal Student Aid
Financial Aid Eligibility Estimator
Financial Aid Glossary
Financial Aid Programs
Financing Your Education
National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
Scholarship Scams Information
U.S. Department of Education Financial Aid Information
The above links are not hosted or operated by Lawrence Tech.
Lawrence Technological University offers up to $3,000 in tuition grants to all employees of Automation Alley member companies. These include:
- $3,000 per semester for full-time undergraduate students (12 credits or more)
- $1,500 per semester for part-time undergraduate students (at least six credits)
- $250 for each graduate-level course a student takes
The Automation Alley Educational Savings Program form must be completed and approved to secure these tuition grants. See www.ltu.edu for academic programs. Go to Automation Alley for more information.