Local students awarded scholarships from Ohio Christian University


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CIRCLEVILLE— Local students have been awarded scholarships from Ohio Christian University.

Shay Adkins of Washington C.H. is the recipient of the Evelyn M. Uber Scholarship in the amount of $5,000 from Ohio Christian University. Adkins is studying early childhood education.

Brooklyn Cork of Mt. Sterling is the recipient of the Daft Family Scholarship in the amount of $5,000 from Ohio Christian University. Cork is studying Christian ministries.

Anthony Garrison of Greenfield is the recipient of the CCCU Ministerial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 from Ohio Christian University. Garrison is studying religious studies.

Hayden Hufford of Washington C.H. is the recipient of the Ira Swearingen Scholarship in the amount of $500 from Ohio Christian University. Hufford is studying Christian ministries and business.

Kiirsten Truex of Washington C.H. is the recipient of the Don and Betty Seymour, Noel C. Martin Scholarship & O.C. Brenneman Scholarship in the amount of $5,000 from Ohio Christian University. Truex is studying Christian ministries.

Andrea Williams of Jeffersonville is the recipient of the Powell Family Scholarship & CCCU Ministerial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 from Ohio Christian University. Williams is studying psychology.

These merit- and need-based scholarships are made possible by the generous support of those who partner in stewardship with the university and were awarded during the recent Annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony.

Ohio Christian University, founded in 1948, is one of the fastest growing universities in the nation, and is committed to offering a complete education that develops students intellectually, professionally, and spiritually. OCU offers degree programs for residential undergraduate students, graduate students, and adult and online students. Additionally, OCU’s Trailblazer Academy allows high school students to complete college classes on campus or online. All programs are designed to equip students to become leaders in their careers, communities, families, and the world.

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