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Eureka College Leadership Engagement Awards

$500

December 01, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Eureka College promotes excellence in learning, service and leadership. The Engagement Awards are available to help promote these attributes recognizing that opportunities for growth in these areas happen outside the classroom as well as inside it. After reviewing all scholarship application materials, the College will inform the student if they will receive these awards. Faith-based students who have a commitment to service within their church are eligible to apply for this award. Once at EC, you will be required to log a minimum of 40 faith-based service hours in both on and off campus capacities.

    Engagement Awards:
    -Awards must be obtained before the first semester of enrollment at Eureka College
    -You may obtain two Engagement Awards, but they may not be the same selection
    -Awards are renewable annually based upon previous participation


    For more information and to apply, visit the Eureka College website.
  • Contact
  • Eureka Admissions
  • bfowlkes@eureka.edu
  • 888-438-7352

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