JSU Alabama Bob & Lou Kennamer Scholarship

$1,200

March 01, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Established by Bob and Lou Kennamer of Anniston, Alabama for deserving students from Cleburne County High School, Ranburne High School, Scottsboro High School or Kate Duncan Smith DAR (Daughters of the American Revoltion) School (Grant, AL). Students must be in the top 50% of their high school class to be considered; minimum GPA of 3.0. Need considered, FAFSA must be on file at JSU. Mr. Kennamer is a trustee emeritus of Jacksonville State University.

    For more information on this award, please visit our website.
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  • Scholarship Coordinator
  • JSU Student Financial Aid Office
  • 700 Pelham Road-North
  • Jacksonville, AL 36265-1602
  • scholarships@jsu.edu
  • tel: 256-782-8385
  • fax: 256-782-5476

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