Larry H. and Gail Miller’s love of education inspired them to create the Larry H. Miller Education Foundation. Instituted in 1996, its purpose is to provide educational assistance to dependent children of full-time employees of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies.
Scholarship funds are for post-high school education in which students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA and remain a full-time student. Since its inception, the LHM Education Foundation has helped more than 3,150 students at 80 different universities or trade schools throughout the United States.
Full-time employee of the LHM Group
Employed full-time for at least two consecutive years
Legal dependent of an eligible employee (see above)
Working on an undergraduate college degree from an accredited institution
Maintain a 2.5 grade point average while in the program
Under the age of 29
Unmarried at the time of initial scholarship application
The full scholarship program and requirements can be found here: Education Foundation Guidelines
Being accepted into the program comes with the following payment or reimbursement:
Mandatory registration fees
Books (up to $300 per semester)
The maximum disbursement amount will be $10,000 per academic year.
Important Scholarship Application Deadlines:
Fall Semester: July 1
Winter/Spring Semester: October 1
Summer Semester: March 1
Those who have already been enrolled/accepted in the program need to reapply before each academic year (July 1 deadline). Acceptance in the program for the Fall Semester applies to the entire academic year (Fall, Winter/Spring, and Summer).
To remain eligible for scholarship funds, a recipient must maintain a minimum of a cumulative 2.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent).
High school seniors or recent graduates enrolling in the program for the first time are not required to submit transcripts.
Students who are already enrolled in the scholarship program or have been enrolled previously need to submit a transcript when they reapply (electronically submitted by the institution, college, or university).
Dependent children of full-time employees may visit the website to review qualifications or log on to their account: click here.
For more information, contact Krista Watts at (801) 563-4173 or firstname.lastname@example.org.