New Scholarship at Ancilla College Aimed at Non-Traditional Students


A newly created scholarship at Ancilla College will give non-traditional students a chance to obtain a college degree.

The family of Jack and Peggy Lynch have created an endowed scholarship that will allow students who are 22 or older to enroll in at least six credit hours (two classes) and to receive financial assistance in doing so.

Students may apply for the scholarship for the fall semester by contacting Ancilla College at (574) 936-8898.

Jack and Peggy Lynch were from Starke County and giant community supporters in the area. Their family wanted to make sure they could help adults, veterans and others who are non-traditional students the opportunity to go to college and get a little financial help in the process.