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Culver-Stockton lists NEMO scholarship winners


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Posted: Mar. 11, 2020 9:00 am

CANTON, Mo. | Six Northeast Missouri students received academic scholarships and will join Culver-Stockton College's incoming class for the fall 2020 semester.

Brayden McLeod, of New London, Mo., and a senior at Mark Twain High School, was awarded the Hilltop Scholarship, a $10,000 per year scholarship for four years. Austin Callahan, of Bowling Green, Mo., and a senior at Bowling Green High School, received the Promise Scholarship, a $6,000 per year scholarship for four years. Isabelle Goldinger, of Palmyra, Mo., and a senior at Palmyra R-I High School, was awarded the Trustee's Scholarship, a $13,000 per year scholarship for four years. Seth Brown, of Hannibal and a senior at Logos Online School, received the Trustee's Scholarship, a $13,000 per year scholarship for four years. Jace Barton, of Center, Mo., and a senior at Mark Twain High School, was awarded the Trustee's Scholarship, a $13,000 per year scholarship for four years. Elijah Mead, of Durham, Mo., and a senior at Highland High School, also was awarded the Wildcat Scholarship, an $8,000 per year scholarship for four years.

These scholarships are awarded based upon academic credentials and are renewable provided the student remains in good academic standing. More information about Culver- Stockton College is available at https://www.culver.edu.

 

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