Evangel University announces its 2012 Founders Scholars
August 15, 2012 | Ashli O'Connell
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Evangel University has announced its Founders Scholarship award winners for 2012.
Founders Scholarships are the highest academic scholarships the university awards. Two full-tuition and 10 half-tuition scholarships are awarded annually to students who have consistently demonstrated their commitment to Christ and to high academic achievement.
Full-tuition Founders Scholars for 2012:
- Jeremy Arnold, son of William Arnold of South Charleston, W. Va., is a 2012 graduate of South Charleston High School. He plans to major in intercultural studies.
- Brianna Petersen, daughter of Doyle and Terri Petersen of Firth, Neb., is a 2012 graduate of Norris High School. She plans to major in marketing.
Half-tuition Founders Scholars for 2012:
- Jessica Kue, daughter of Simon and Eleanore Kue of Okemos, Mich., is a 2012 graduate of Okemos High School. She plans to major in biological chemistry.
- Esther Malone, daughter of Howard and Melanie Malone of Waynesville, Mo., is a 2012 graduate of Waynesville High School. She plans to major in intercultural studies and vocal performance.
- Benjamin Moore, son of Allan and Joy Moore of Jim Falls, Wisc., is a 2012 graduate of Chippewa Falls Senior High School. He plans to major in biology and Spanish.
- Aaron Peace, son of Mike and Roma Peace of Joondalup, Australia, is a 2012 graduate of Lake Joondalup Baptist College. He plans to major in finance.
- Megan Poe, daughter of Darin and Heather Poe of Springfield, Mo., is a 2012 graduate of Central High School. She plans to major in psychology.
- Laura Prosapio, daughter of Gerald and Pat Prosapio of Chicago, Ill., is a 2012 graduate of Alan B. Shepard High School. She plans to major in psychology.
- Brittany Sylvester, daughter of Bradley and Joni Sylvester of Wichita, Kansas, is a 2012 graduate of Trinity Academy. She plans to major in worship leadership.
- Kara Walla is the daughter of Wade and Lori Walla of Hales Corners, Wisc. She plans to major in computer information systems.
- Ally Walsh, daughter of Brian and Julie Walsh of Burke, Va., is a 2012 graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School. She plans to be a pre-medicine major.
- Adam Wood, son of Marlon and Sally Wood of Salem, Mo., is a 2012 graduate of Salem Senior High School. He plans to major in biology and biblical studies.
“We are excited to have this group of outstanding students join our campus community this fall,” said Andy Denton, vice president for enrollment management. “Since our first Founders Scholars arrived on campus in the fall of 2006, we have seen remarkable students such as these positively impact the university. They have provided valuable leadership, achieved great academic success and graduated from Evangel with honors.”
To be eligible for a Founders Scholarship, candidates must have received a 30 or higher on the ACT or a 1330 or higher on the combined critical reading and math portions of the SAT. Candidates must also demonstrate church, school and community-related involvement and display strong Christian character.
“Over the next four years, full-tuition Founders Scholarships will be worth approximately $70,000 and half-tuition $36,000,” Denton said. “Founders Scholarships are renewable for four years, as long as the student maintains the eligibility requirements.”
For additional information about the scholarship winners, contact Angela Dense at 417-865-2815, ext. 7346.
Evangel University is a private, Christian university of arts, sciences and professions. With enrollment of 2,100 students, coming from all 50 states and abroad, Evangel offers more than 100 undergraduate programs and nine master’s degree programs.
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