Southwestern Offers Eagle Scout Scholarship

Southwestern Offers Eagle Scout Scholarship

Southwestern Adventist University is offering free tuition for four years to one selected Johnson County Eagle Scout.  “We are looking for exemplary leaders,” says University President Eric Anderson.  “Quite simply, we are impressed with the Scouting movement and its record of producing leaders.”

The scholarship is worth approximately $66,000.  The winner must live in a University dormitory on the Keene campus of Southwestern.

Any Johnson County Eagle Scout who meets the following requirements is eligible to apply for this scholarship:

1.      He must provide two appropriate recommendations (from a troop leader, teacher, pastor, or community leader).

2.       He must have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.0;

3.       He must have SAT scores of at least 620 in critical reading and 640 in mathematics.

He must write an articulate and persuasive essay on “My Hero.”

For more information, contact the enrollment office at Southwestern at (817) 202-6294.

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