Financial Aid: Yes
State: South Dakota
Street: 320 Stanley Avenue
Lander University is a coeducational, state-assisted, comprehensive, regional, four-year university with traditional liberal arts and science programs, and professional programs in business, education and nursing. It was founded in 1872 as Williamston Female College in Williamston, S.C. After moving to Greenwood, S.C. in 1904, it was renamed Lander in honor of its founder, Samuel Lander. The University became part of the state system of higher education in 1973.
Through educational programs and its professional schools, the University offers an undergraduate and graduate curriculum that combines a broad liberal education with specialized study leading either to immediate application in a career or to more advanced study.
The programs allows students to achieve competence in a major discipline and to explore a broad core curriculum designed to assist them in developing the ability to gather and critically analyze information from a variety of fields. They learn to use that information as a basis for reasoned judgments and for effective problem solving, to synthesize diverse ideas and information, and to understand and convey ideas clearly. Financial Aid
Lander University offers financial aid for those who qualify. The Office of Financial Aid is helps students and families with the application process and answer all their questions. The University offers a number of ways to assist individuals in meeting the needs associated with the cost of obtaining a college education. The following are types of financial aid: federal grants, loans, scholarships, federal work-study, summer aid.