Moet Hennessy USA 'High Achievers' Scholarships
In the spirit of providing a foundation to help develop future leaders of America, Moet Hennessy USA donated five full scholarships to Medgar Evers College, a four-year senior college in The City University of New York (CUNY) located in central Brooklyn.
The Moet Hennessy USA "High Achievers" Scholarships will be awarded to five qualifying high school students entering Medgar Evers College as freshmen for the fall 2009 academic year.
The four-year commitment from Moet Hennessy USA sets a criterion that includes entering with, and maintaining a grade point average of 2.75 or higher and declaring a major in Business, Marketing, or Communications.
Students interested in vying for one of the four-year scholarships may contact Hakim J. Lucas, Dean of Institutional Advancement and Development at Medgar Evers College, email@example.com
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