Myers-LeCroy Scholars Endowed Scholarship
The Myers-LeCroy Scholars Endowed Scholarship was established in 1988 by DCCCD Foundation Board Member Mike A. Myers to recognize the late Dr. R. Jan LeCroy, former Chancellor of the DCCCD from 1981 to 1988, for his exemplary leadership in education and in the community. Outstanding leadership and academics are two of the hallmarks of Dr. LeCroy’s tenure and are the main requirements of the Myers-LeCroy Scholars Program. Nancy LeCroy and Mike Myers are mentors to the Myers-LeCroy Scholars. The Myers-LeCroy Scholars Endowed Scholarship will fund tuition and books for 6 consecutive semesters.
Recipients of the Myers-LeCroy Scholars Endowed Scholarship are also eligible to continue their college education beyond the 6 semesters at DCCCD.
Visit https://www.foundation.dcccd.edu/scholarship-and-students/event-scholarships for details.
- Must be a DCCCD student attending either Brookhaven College, Cedar Valley College, Eastfield College, El Centro College, Mountain View College, North Lake College or Richland College during the period of the award.
- Must be in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or B average.
- Must be enrolled full-time during period of the award
- Must have completed less than 30 hours prior to the period of the award
- Must exemplify outstanding leadership demonstrated by involvement in academic, church and /or community-based activities
- Must answer the following supplemental questions as follows:
Why do you want to be a Myers-LeCroy Scholar? Describe why you want to be a Myers-LeCroy Scholar; include your leadership and academic qualifications and state why you are applying for this scholarship.
What are your academic and career goals? Explain in detail.
Describe in detail, three (3) important leadership accomplishments.
Describe in detail, three (3) honors that reflect outstanding academic achievement. Include the name of the honor, when received and why you received this honor.
- Scholarship is open to all students, however, preference will be given to graduating high school seniors who are US citizens or DCCCD students who are US citizens so long as such preference does not significantly detract from the DCCCD’s nondiscriminatory policies.
- Applicant may be asked to participate in a face-to-face interview with the selection committee
- Recipient must maintain a commitment to the program and its goals
- Recipient must attend planned Myers-LeCroy Scholars events
- Recipient must successfully complete all classes each semester
- Recipient must maintain full-time enrollment status
- Recipient will be assigned a mentor for the academic year
- Recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA or better at the end of each semester
- Recipient must maintain the above requirements to receive the scholarship for subsequent semesters. Failure to do so could result in a loss of scholarship benefits.*