Lynchburg Beacon of Hope, a local nonprofit that helps remove barriers to higher education, has started a program that will help graduates of the City of Lynchburg’s public high schools attend six area colleges, including the University of Lynchburg.
Physician Assistant Medicine students at University of Lynchburg have a new financial aid option thanks to Centra Health. Centra has pledged $600,000 in scholarship support over a period of five years to help second-year students in LC’s new PA Medicine program. This commitment will provide 32 scholarships of $18,750. In exchange, the students will agree […]
Dr. John “Jack” R. Scudder, Jr., a former philosophy professor at Lynchburg College, recently created a scholarship to honor his wife and a longtime colleague.