October 17, 2017

Leon L. and Marion B. Lamet Four-Year Memorial Scholarship Awarded by Western Illinois University

The Leon L. and Marion B. Lamet Four-Year Memorial Scholarship is a financial award sponsored by Western Illinois University.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Average – $1000
Application Deadline: 1-April
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be a graduate of a Hancock County, Ill. high school with rank in the top 15% of secondary school class and a minimum composite ACT score of 25.
Eligible for: College freshman

Awarded by:

Western Illinois University
One University Circle
Macomb, IL 61455
USA
Phone: 309 298 1808
Sponsor’s Website: http://www.wiu.edu

Contact Details:

Janice Owens
Director, Scholarship Activities
Sherman Hall 308, One University Circle
Macomb, IL 61455
US
Email: janice_owens@ccmail.wiu.edu
Phone: 309 298 2001
Fax: 309 298 2432

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Western Illinois University

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