Local students get Alfred State scholarships
ALFRED — Three Chautauqua County residents have each been awarded scholarships to attend Alfred State.
Claire Stokes of Fredonia was awarded a $30,000 “Presidential Scholarship.” Stokes is slated to graduate in 2018 from Fredonia High School and intends to enroll in the nursing (BS/AAS) program.
Jared Raynor of Dewittville was awarded a $15,000 “Presidential Scholarship.” Raynor is slated to graduate in 2018 from Chautauqua Lake Central School and intends to enroll in the welding technology (AOS) program.
Jarrett White of Forestville was awarded a $2,000 “Alumni Scholarship.” White is slated to graduate in 2018 from Forestville Central School and intends to enroll in the electrical engineering technology (BS) program.
The “Presidential Scholarship” (free room — standard room, double occupancy) is awarded to students who possess a 91 or better cumulative high school average through their junior year and who have achieved a 1270 combined reading/writing and math new SAT (1200 combined critical reading and math old SAT) or a composite ACT score of 26. Recipients must maintain a required grade point average to continue to receive free room in subsequent semesters.
The “Alumni Scholarship” is awarded to first-time freshmen students who are children or grandchildren of Alfred State alumni with at least an 83 or better high school average (through the end of junior year). This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the Alfred State Alumni Council.
Fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Alfred State offers some 49 associate degree programs, 26 baccalaureate degree programs, and two certificate programs.