To perpetuate the tradition of liberal arts in higher education
“Some day one of our boys will strike it rich, have it in his heart to give largely to the old school,
and we will have an endowment worthy of our needs.”
– Dr. Henry Kimball Warren, President from 1895-1925
To receive the financial aid, applications are due in February, then reviewed and ranked on the basis of merit and criteria from blinded applications in March. The recipients receive the scholarship awards in May and the scholarship funds are dispersed in August, unless notified otherwise.
Consider providing the means of a Yankton College scholarship application to eligible students in your circle of friends or family who could use the financial assistance. Eligible students are encouraged to apply by submitting an application no later the February deadline. Applicants must, either, have: 1) a family relationship to Yankton College alumni, former faculty or staff; or 2) a family friend, teacher, or a United Church of Christ pastor with a connection to Yankton College recommend an applicant, or 3) be a Yankton College graduate, former student, faculty or staff. A connection to Yankton College is valuable criteria to the application procedure and the YC staff are eager to assist with finding a connection.
Download an application online: 2021-22 General Scholarship Application.pdf or 2021-22 Post-Graduate Scholarship Application.pdf Or, pick one up at the Yankton College business office at 1801 Summit St., Door #9, in Yankton and share with those seeking scholarship opportunities. The Yankton College office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For further information, contact Yankton College, by phoning toll-free (866) 665-3661.
Establishing A Named Scholarship Endowment
For more information, contact the Yankton College business office toll-free: (866) 665-3661.