Ruth M. Aikey Memorial Scholarship

This Ruth M. Aikey Memorial Scholarship is a four-year scholarship for promising individuals who are current residents of either the cities of Amherst, Avon, Avon Lake, Berea, Birmingham, Brookpark, Columbia Station, Elyria, Grafton, Kipton, LaGrange, Lorain, Middleburg Heights, North Ridgeville, Oberlin, Olmsted Falls, Rochester, Sheffield Lake, South Amherst, Strongsville or Wellington in the state of Ohio and are citizens of the United States of America.


This scholarship will pay a full four-year tuition for one new bachelor degree-seeking recipient per year who is or will be attending Kent State University in either their early childhood education or middle childhood education program major and can show a financial need for receiving this scholarship. Scholarship recipients will be selected based upon their completion of this application, financial need, grades and answer to the essay question.

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