Lake Forest College and the College of Lake County enjoy a strong educational partnership. Each semester we enroll some of the best and brightest transfer students from CLC. In recognition of this relationship, we are proud to offer the following scholarship opportunities to CLC transfer students:
CLC Honors Scholars Program
Lake Forest College supports the CLC Honors Scholars Program by offering up to two full-tuition awards each school year to CLC Honors Scholars with outstanding academic records and significant financial need. In addition to completing the application for admission and an on-campus interview, interested students must also complete the FAFSA and the LFAFA (Lake Forest Application for Financial Aid) by March 1. The scholarship is renewable for one year only. Forester Scholarships, as well as Federal and State Grants are counted toward the value of the full-tuition scholarship.
2-2 Science Scholar Program
The 2-2 Science Scholar program is available to students interested in majoring in the following disciplines:
- Computer Science
Students must meet a prescribed curriculum and a required grade point average. Interested students should plan to meet with a Lake Forest College faculty advisor. Lake Forest will award a guaranteed Johnson Science Scholarship of $8,000 to each eligible student admitted to the College. This scholarship will be awarded in addition to either the PTK or the Presidential Scholarship (see below). The scholarship is renewable for one year only.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Scholarship
Lake Forest College will award annual PTK scholarships of $15,000 to CLC students who are PTK members and who are offered admission to the College. Students must have, or will have earned, their Associate of Arts degree or 59 transferrable credit hours and hold current membership in Phi Theta Kappa prior to enrolling at Lake Forest College.The scholarship is renewable for one year only.
Lake Forest College will offer up to $12,000 to every CLC student who is admitted to the College. (Please note that students cannot receive both the PTK and Presidential Scholarships).