Sunday April 27th, 2014


11:30 am

The Standard Club

James A PawelczykSM2

James A. Pawelczyk

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Lyczko Scholarship



Polish American Association is proud to be offering a scholarship opportunity for qualified, bright and financially challenged college students of Polish descent. PAA is able to offer these funds from the generous bequest provided by Felix J. Lyczko.

Felix Lyczko, passionate about the joys and advantages of a college education was determined to make a difference in the lives of young Poles who, for lack of finances are unable to attend college.  His brother Charles died while an Air Force pilot in WWII and his son Gene in an auto accident and were unable to attend college. Deeply saddened by the untimely early deaths of both his brother and son, Felix established the Lyczko  Scholarship Fund.

Felix Lyczko and his son Gene

Mr. Felix Lyczko (left) with his son Gene - (1984)

In honor of his parents who both immigrated from Poland in the early 1900's, his wish is that the fund will provide an opportunity for committed young women and men of Polish heritage.  It was his hope that his contribution would inspire others to contribute to the endeavor.  The fund will be administered by a committee comprised of several board members of the Polish American Association, including Ms. Cait Lyczko, Mr. Lyczko's daughter.

The POLISH AMERICAN ASSOCIATION offers financial assistance to college students of Polish descent. Scholarships are awarded annually. The scholarships can be used at any accredited college or university.

How are students selected?

Students are selected on the following basis:

  1. Scholastic Aptitude and Performance (ACT score and grades)
  2. Financial Need
  3. Career Aspirations
  4. Extra Curricular Activities
  5. Participation in Polish Community Activities

Please note:    Applications are now being accepted for 2013/2014 academic year.

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION HERE (Adobe Acrobat is required) 

Only one scholarship will be awarded per family.

All information provided will be held strictly confidential.

ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY DECEMBER 15, 2013 and include a current FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Completed Application should be sent to:

3834 N. Cicero Ave.
Chicago, IL 60641

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