Children of Fallen Heroes Scholarship Act
This is a scholarship which began in the 2018-2019 award year. It is for a student who is Pell eligible and whose parent or guardian died in the line of duty while performing as a public safety officer.
In order to qualify a student must be Pell eligible and have a calculated estimated family contribution (EFC) that is derived from the free application for federal student aid (FAFSA). If a student meets the requirements, the student EFC will be calculated at zero which would allow for the maximum Pell grant based of his or her enrollment and cost of attendance.
Please contact the financial aid office for further information at 610-861-5510.
In addition to our other scholarship offerings, you may also be eligible for private scholarships or grants from an outside organization or agency. Some sources to explore are employers, unions, professional organizations, and community and special interest groups.
You'll need to check into these opportunities on your own, but we've assembled this list of free scholarship research resources on the web to get you started:
- College Board
- College Net
- College Scholarships
- CREW Network Foundation Scholarship
- Fast Web
- Go College
- Lehigh Valley Community Foundation
- Lehigh Valley Community Foundation Criminal Justice and Life Sciences Scholarships
- Princeton Review
- Scholarship Experts
- Scholarship Page
- Wired Scholar
Scholarship Search Secrets for Students-PSECU
This webinar is intended for those who are planning to attend college in the near future or are currently enrolled and looking for more information on scholarships. It covers everything from looking for scholarships to avoiding scams and understanding award letters. Go to Webinar