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Bob Sowder Emergency Scholarship Fund

Bob Sowder Emergency Scholarship Fund

In 2008, the Bob Sowder Emergency Scholarship Fund was established by Bob Sowder.  The fund allows LFCC students who live in Fauquier County to apply for monies to be used immediately and in the event of an emergency.  Part-time and/or full-time LFCC students who live in Fauquier County may apply for these funds.

Guidelines, Procedures and Application PDF File

College 4 Youth Scholarship

The "College 4 Youth Scholarship" at Lord Fairfax Community College was funded by the late Mrs. Nancy Crosby in 2004 to provide children an opportunity to attend and learn at the College through various camps. The funds may be used to cover the tuition of the camps. A variety of camps are held for children ages 7-15. For a schedule of camps, please contact LFCC Workforce Solutions and Continuing Education. Parents and/or guardians may apply for funds on an ongoing basis for children to attend camps. Funds will not be issued to parents and/or guardians. Instead, the funds will be issued directly to the College.

Guidelines, Procedures and Application PDF File

Emergency Fund for Health Professions Students

In 2008, the Emergency Fund for Health Professions Students was established by generous donors. The fund allows health professions students to apply for monies to be used immediately and in the event of an emergency. Part-time and/or full-time LFCC health professions students may apply for these funds. 

Guidelines, Procedures and Application PDF File

Emergency Scholarship for Books Fund

The Emergency Scholarship for Books Fund was established in 2010 by J. Burke and Associates, LLC. The fund allows LFCC students to apply for monies to address exceptional financial hardship that could affect their ability to purchase textbooks for their classes. Examples of emergency types are: house fire, medical issues and assistance to students left homeless.

Guidelines, Procedures and Application PDF File

Helping Hand Emergency Scholarship Fund

In 2005, the Helping Hand Emergency Scholarship Fund was established by the LFCC Educational Foundation Board. The fund allows students to apply for monies to be used immediately and in the event of an emergency. Part-time and/or full-time LFCC students may apply for these funds.

Guidelines, Procedures and Application PDF File

O'Shaughnessy-Hurst Memorial Foundation Emergency Scholarship Fund

In 2007, the O'Shaughnessy-Hurst Memorial Foundation Emergency Scholarship Fund was established by the O'Shaughnessy-Hurst Memorial Foundation.  The fund allows LFCC students to apply for monies to be used immediately and in the event of an emergency.  Part-time and/or full-time LFCC students may apply for these funds.

Guidelines, Procedures and Application PDF File

Papa John's Pizza Emergency Textbook Scholarship Fund

Papa John’s Pizza Emergency Textbook Scholarship Fund

The Papa John's Pizza Emergency Textbook Scholarship Fund was established in 2012 by James K. Curry, Chief Operating Officer at the Papa John's Pizza Winchester location. The fund allows LFCC students to apply for monies to address exceptional financial hardship that could affect their ability to purchase textbooks for their classes. Examples of emergency types are: house fire, unexpected medical issues, job loss, unanticipated marital separation, and homelessness.

Veteran’s Emergency Loan for Books Fund

The Veteran's Emergency Loan for Books Fund was established in 2010 by Jim Shannon an Adjunct Professor of Information Technology at LFCC.  These funds are an interest free loan; therefore the recipient is expected to payback the loan after the financial hardship has passed so funds are available to assist other Veterans.

The fund allows LFCC students who are Veterans to apply for monies to address exceptional financial hardship that could affect their ability to purchase textbooks for their classes.  Examples of emergency types are: delay in Veteran's benefits, house fire, medical issues and assistance to students left homeless.