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Six high school graduates win first ever full ride merit scholarships from HACC - FOX43.com
HARRISBURG, Pa. – For the first time in the 51-year history of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, six future students are receiving full-ride merit scholarships. HACC will fund two years of these individuals’ education – enough to complete an associate degree.
The recipients, all residents of Central Pennsylvania, are:
• Timothy Delp of Kirkwood, who is enrolled at HACC’s Lancaster Campus
• Alexander Jonovich of Myerstown, who is enrolled at HACC’s Lebanon Campus
• Maria Camila Ruiz Rojas of York, who is enrolled as a HACC Virtual Learning student
• Nathan Tasker of Hanover, who is enrolled at HACC’s Gettysburg Campus
• Amanda Tran of Etters, who is enrolled at HACC’s Harrisburg Campus
• Matthew Williams of Red Lion, who is enrolled at HACC’s York Campus
The full-ride merit scholarship was created by the HACC Foundation to provide scholarships to graduating high school seniors enrolled full time at HACC. Each scholarship covers tuition, books and fees, making the value of the scholarship up to $25,000 per student for the two years. It may vary based on the cost of textbooks.
The scholarship automatically renews each term for up to six consecutive terms if the student maintains eligibility. A full-ride merit scholarship was awarded to one student for each of HACC’s five campuses and Virtual Learning.
More than 60 future students who met the eligibility criteria applied for the scholarships. Each applicant was required to complete an online application and submit an essay.
Following is additional information about the recipients:
• Delp was accepted to the University of Pittsburgh and the University of South Carolina but chose to study engineering at HACC. “I can’t afford four years at a school with such high tuition,” he wrote in his essay. “Student loans can be hard to deal with, and that’s how I’m going to have to pay for all of...
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