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practices in philanthropy.
information about funds, investments, events, and volunteering
Community Development Officer
Education Program Officer
Ducky Day in Tipton Park, and youth philanthropy
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Scholarship & Financial Aid Information
This page is updated often. Check for the latest news.
Your best advice any time about scholarships
and other financial aid for higher education is available at your high school Guidance
Office and from the institutions to which you apply.
TCF’s promotion of higher education is funded in part by the Independent
Colleges of Indiana through the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program.
We would like to thank ICI and the Endowment along with our other donors, volunteers,
and the local high school Guidance Offices, who all provide opportunities for Tipton
County students to continue their education on a collegiate level.
committed to helping more students graduate from college with less
debt. Rising costs are closing doors to higher education for many individuals
in our community. Through the Tipton County Foundation, local school officials and
other volunteers at Tipton and Tri-Central high schools, and other organizations,
we make a strong, collective statement about the importance of education beyond
high school. We help provide both encouragement and financial support for local
The selection process is objective
and nondiscriminatory. By completing a single online application, students become
eligible for numerous local awards, typically totaling $150,000 per year. Applications
are scored anonymously by trained volunteers serving on selection committees. Evaluation
includes a variety of qualities, including work experience, school and community
service activities, and academic record. In this way, scholarships are made available
to a wide range of deserving students planning to attend an accredited post-secondary
only way to ensure you will not receive a scholarship is if you fail to apply!
Applying for Scholarships at the Tipton County Foundation
Use the "Create New Account" button to create a username and password.
Login and select the Tipton County Foundation Scholarships Application.
This covers all of the named scholarships in your Blue Book except
the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship.
Follow the prompts and instructions to complete each section of the application.
You will see bar graphs which indicate your progress. You may save and exit
at any time and return later.
Once you have reached 100% for all sections of your Tipton County Foundation
application, you may review and submit, but this may only be done once for TCF
Scholarships and once for the LECS application. After you have submitted,
you will not be able to edit your application.
You are encouraged to also apply for the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship,
using the separate section of the same online application. You
do not need to complete the TCF application before submitting
the LECS, and applying for one does not automatically apply you for the other.
The deadline for the LECS is January 15. The deadline for all thye other TCF
Scholarships is March 31.
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Seniors who are being Home Schooled or
attending Tipton or Tri-Central will all use the Foundation's new single online
Tipton County Foundation's
Scholarship Information Updated
each November for the Senior Class.
(The Web Edition is NOT BLUE.)
Contact TCF for a hard
and the George R. Myerly & Sons Scholarships
Class of 2016
Applications are part of the online process and must be submitted by January 15,
The Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program (LECSP) will provide scholarships
for otherwise unreimbursed full tuition, required fees, plus an allocation of $900.00
for required books and equipment for four years of full-time undergraduate study
leading to a bachelor’s degree at any non-profit NCACS-accredited public or private
college or university in Indiana.
Although the LECSP has a prestigious
and demanding nomination process, do not assume that your grades are too low, your
activities too few, or your leadership too lame to qualify. Click for information...
SAT + ACT
Scores from BOTH the SAT and the ACT will be REQUIRED in order for an applicant
to be considered for the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. Please contact the
Tipton County Foundation (675-1943 or email@example.com)
if this presents any hardships. Please see the following websites for more
Financial Aid from the Indiana and the federal
governments, your college or university, and some other donors depends
on you completing the "FAFSA" (Free
Application for Federal
between January 1 and March 10. Visit
http://www.fafsa.ed.gov for information.
The Foundation's online scholarship applications
include some confidential financial information. If you wish to be considered
for any scholarships that consider financial need, you must answer
these questions. This includes the score from your FAFSA: the Estimated
If need is
a factor in a particular scholarship, and you do not complete the financial
information, you must be excluded from consideration for those scholarships.
Aid Office at Indiana University Kokomo has provided a presentation
with helpful information to everyone about the Financial Aid process
at most colleges. Click to read or download
Paying for College.
initially awarded to high school seniors, can be renewed for up to
four years, under certain conditions.
AFTER MAR 1 2016! Click
Here if you already have received the Bower Memorial or the Wooldridge Memorial
Scholarships in a previous year.
Thursday, February 04, 2016