Who should apply
High school seniors or graduates who meet or exceed the following
- Graduating high school student or graduate living in Illinois.
- Majoring in law enforcement or substance abuse prevention.
- Holding a cumulative grade-point average of 2.5 or higher
on a 4.0 scale.
Application due date
All applications must be submitted to the Lincoln Park District,
Attn. Daniel Logan Scholarship Fund, 1400 Primm Road, Lincoln, IL
62656. Applications received after April 15 will not be considered
Interested parties must resubmit an application to be considered
for subsequent school years.
Daniel Logan Memorial Scholarship
In order to be considered for the
Daniel Logan Memorial Scholarship, an applicant must be pursuing an
associate or bachelor's degree at an Illinois community college or
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The award will be based on the quality of
the application and academic excellence, in addition to the following
minimum criteria established by the scholarship board of directors:
- Applicants will be requested to
write a short essay (maximum of 250 words) describing their
educational and employment goals. The essay should include a brief
discussion of the applicant's academic achievements, awards,
extracurricular and leadership activities. Also, the essay should
include a discussion of the applicant's areas of interest and fields
- Applicants should include
statements to illustrate why they would be the best candidate for
- Recipients will be asked to
attend an award function at which the scholarship will be
presented. The award function will be established by the
scholarship board of directors for the current year. Notice of
location, date and time will be given to the recipient in advance
of the award function.
for an application form for the Daniel Logan Memorial Scholarship