Trinity Lutheran College offers merit-based scholarships for new students, to include first-year and first-year transfer students with 15 or more semester credits of approved coursework. As a candidate for admission, an applicant will automatically be considered for these awards upon acceptance to the college. All scholarships are based on full time enrollment. Trinity Lutheran College reserves the right to exclude certain courses when determining grade point average.
$10,000 to $13,000 per year, awarded to first year students only with a minimum 3.75 grade point average and submitted ACT/SAT score. Automatically renews annually for up to three years if a 3.5 grade point average is maintained.
$7,000 to $10,000 per year awarded to full time students with a minimum 3.4 grade point average and submitted ACT/SAT score. Automatically renews annually for up to three years if a 3.2 grade point average is maintained.
$4,000 to $7000 per year awarded to students with a minimum 3.0 GPA and submitted ACT/SAT score.
College Bound Scholarship
Established by the Legislature in 2007, the College Bound Scholarship program provides financial assistance to low-income students who want to achieve the dream of a college education. This early promise of financial aid is intended to alleviate the financial barriers that prevent low-income students from considering higher education as a possibility. The scholarship is available to 7th and 8th grade students whose family's income meets the guidelines or who are in foster care. The deadline to sign up is June 30 of the students' 8th grade year. The scholarship covers the average tuition (at comparable colleges), some fees, and a small book allowance. Click here to learn more about the Trinity Promise to College Bound Scholars.
ELCA Bishop’s Scholarship
Up to 50% of tuition per year awarded to students from participating ELCA synods who demonstrate leadership in school, church and community, with a minimum 3.0 GPA and submitted ACT/SAT score. Students must apply for this scholarship with a cover letter submitted to the Office of Admissions. Recipients must enroll full time. Automatically renews annually for up to 3 years if a 3.0 grade point average is maintained. Learn more about this scholarship.
The Grace Fund Scholarship
The Grace Fund was established by Manish Dalmia and Sarah Simon in memory of their baby, Grace Rainier Dalmia, who died on January 23, 2014. The Fund is named to remember her and is intended for students from the Everett School District who have the desire to make a commitment to service. The amount of each scholarship award at the beginning of study shall be $1,000 per student. Only incoming freshmen will qualify. The award shall be distributed annually for three years with the final year award of $4,000. The award recipient will be selected and notified the summer prior to the start of the academic year.
Lenore Myers Scholarship for Youth & Family Ministry
Up to $5,000 per year awarded to full-time students intending to major in Children, Youth & Family Studies. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and SAT score of 1080 or ACT of 23. Apply for this scholarship with a cover letter submitted to the Children, Youth & Family Studies Department. Download more information about this scholarship (PDF).
Students with a Purpose
Up to $2000 awarded to students enrolled full time with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Students must demonstrate leadership, initiative, or outstanding service in school, church or community.
Check with the head of your academic program for additional department specific scholarships.
Talent awards can be offered regardless of need for recruited athletes. Trinity offers talent awards in men's and women's soccer, golf, cross-country and track and field. Students interested in learning more about athletic talent awards may contact Matt Koenigs, Athletic Director, at Matt.Koenigs@TLC.edu.
Talent awards can be offered regardless of need for vocal and musical performance.
Note: Scholarship awards and guidelines are subject to change at the college's discretion, and adjustments may be made based on the eligibility of the applicant pool.