In its continuing commitment to service, Lipa City Colleges offers various scholarship programs to assist deserving youths to acquire quality education. These grants are awarded not only to students who excel academically but also to those who exemplify distinctive athletic and performing arts abilities and commendable social involvement.
Apart from the institutional grants, educational assistance from various government and non-government organizations are likewise on hand. Thus, a high number of deserving students benefit from these privileges.
INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS
A. Bonilla Scholarship Program
Named in honor of the institution’s founders, the Ricardo Bonilla (for incoming college students) and Marcella Bonilla (for incoming high school students) scholarship program is offered to students who shall pass a highly competitive examination and a battery of interviews to be administered by the institution.
B. President Carlos R. Mojares Scholarship Program
Named after its late President who was well known as an “everybody’s man,” ever approa-chable and always ready to lend a helping hand, the scholarship grant shall be awarded to academically gifted and financially needy students who must also possess good standing in the community.
C. Academic Scholarship Program
This program is given to students who graduated with honors. Following are the benefits that may be received through this program upon enrolment: Valedictorian, Salutatorian, 1st Ho-norable Mention, 2nd Honorable Mention & 3rd Honorable Mention.
D. Top Performers Award
Given to old students who belong to the Top 10 Academic Performing students of the institution and who are not enjoying any institutional scholarship grants provided that their GPA is not less than 1.75 with no grades lower than 2.0.
E. Athletics and Cultural Scholarship Program
Given to bona-fide varsity players/athletes and performing artists with good moral character and exemplary performance as attested by the institution’s assigned coach/trainer.
F. Campus Journalism /Inter-school Competition Scholarship Programs
G. Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Scholarship Program
Given in recognition to students who exemplify active community involvement, this grant is given to both SK Chairs and Councilors in the city of Lipa.
H. Student Assistant Scholarship Program
Given to financially-disadvantaged students, this program provides free education in exchange of specific work hours rendered in any of the offices of the institution.
I. Recruitment Privilege
Anyone who shall be able to bring-in at least 5 new enrollees can avail of a 100% discount on tuition fees for one semester (for college students) or for one school year (for high school students) which he may give to his desired beneficiary.
J. Family Privilege
Available for a group of at least 3 siblings who are all enrolled in the institution at the same semester, this privilege consists of a 50% discount on tuition fees for the sibling who last enrolled.
K. Employee Privilege
This privilege entitles an employee and employee’s legitimate spouse and children to enroll in the institution with courses related to their specialization. Discount for dependents is only applicable for High School and College level.
L. Loyalty Privilege
This privilege entitles LCC high school students who continue their college education in the institution
NON-INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
Lipa City Colleges has partnerships with both government and non-government organizations, resulting into additional scholarship grants that provide access to quality education to a higher number of deserving students.
A. GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
B. NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
- Batangas Province Scholarship Program (BAPROSA)
- Lipa City Government College Scholarship Program
- Local Chief Executive Scholarship Program
- Technical Education and Skills Development Authority(TESDA) and Commission on Higher
Education (CHED) Scholarship Grants
- Skills Enhancement and Educational Development for Students (SEEDS)
- SM Foundation Inc. Scholarship Program
- Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr.’s Knowledge Assistance Program (KAP)
- Fed Caisip Educational Assistance (FCEA)