UACCB Foundation awards Fall 2020 Scholarships

Posted Date - 9/10/20

Forty-six students were selected to receive scholarships through the UACCB Foundation for the Fall 2020 semester. The Foundation scholarship committee awarded more than $18,000 this semester through endowments and private foundation scholarships to a diverse group of students based on individual criteria for each scholarship. 


Students receiving fall foundation scholarships for 2020 are:  Mr. William Akins, Batesville: Ms. Donna Ashley, Drasco; Mr. Justin Avers, Batesville; Ms. Morgan Baker, Pocahontas; Ms. Lily Boyce, Quitman; Ms. Journee Brown, Bald Knob; Mr. Shawn Canady, Batesville; Mr. Dustin Cannon, Drasco; Ms. Annalise Cornett, Locust Grove; Ms. Samantha Dickey, Drasco; Ms. Lendy Grace Etzweiler, Beebe; Ms. Crystal Garcia, Heber Springs; Mr. Aaron Hicks; Concord; Ms. Sarah Hines, Maumelle; Ms. Jennifer Holman, Batesville; Ms. Keeli Johnson, Batesville; Ms. Madison Johnson, Batesville; Ms. Barbara Laslo, Newark; Ms. Josie Love, Bradford; Ms. Kayla Mayberry, Evening Shade; Ms. Sonia Medina, Batesville; Ms. Monica McDougal, Cave City; Ms. Kailee McGhee, Batesville; Mr. Jonathan Mhlanga; Searcy; Ms. Kelsea Parker; Strawberry; Mr. Jonathan Pilkinton, Bald Knob; Mr. Josue Pollnow, Little Rock; Ms. Elizabeth Pulley, Newark; Ms. Allison Rolins, Batesville; Ms. Tai-Leigh Schlaich, Batesville; Ms. Rachel Siler, Bald Knob; Mr. Ryan Sinele, Batesville; Ms. Haley Smith, Evening Shade; Ms. Eyra Stinnett, Batesville; Ms. Aimee Stoltzfus, Concord; Mr. Brady Taylor, Quitman; Mr. Daniel Terreaux, Batesville; Ms. Brianna Tobin, Judsonia;  Mr. Lenoard Tripp, Batesville; Ms. Whitney Varnell, Bald Knob; Ms. Hattie Wells, Batesville; Ms. Sierra Williams, Cave City; Mr. Jeremy Willis, Batesville; Mr. Thomas Wilkins, Batesville; Ms. Kamdyn Willmuth, Strawberry; Ms. Anna Wolford, Bald Knob.


Many of these students will continue in the Spring 2021 semester and will continue to receive their scholarship as long as they meet the eligibility requirements. 


Students interested in applying for scholarships in the spring may do so by completing the online application and submitting their scholarship essay by the deadline of December 1. 



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