NDSCS awards an additional 18 Scholarships to area Students


The North Dakota State College of Science recently awarded academic scholarships to an additional 18 incoming 2016 NDSCS freshmen from three states.

The scholarships recognize and reward students for academic achievement, test scores and participation in extracurricular and other volunteer activities. The scholarships – awarded for $1,000 or $500 – are applicable during the 2016-2017 academic year. The honorees include:

MINNESOTA
Battle Lake: Wes Olson, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00; Katlyn Rilla, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00
Breckenridge: Max Glueckert, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00; Amanda Ronan, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00
Inver Grove Heights: Gabriela Alicea, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00
Kensington: Colden Helberg, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00
Kent: Katie Tschakert, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00

NORTH DAKOTA
Anamoose: Lee Reinowski, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00
Cayuga: Shalyn Murack, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00
Devils Lake: Braydi Hoime, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00
Fargo: Devon Redden, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00
Forman: Taylor Chapin, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00 Grand Forks: Christopher Helmoski, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00
Lisbon: Linsey Leadbetter, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00
Mohall: Becca Schoenberg, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $1,000.00
Thompson: Colton Luck, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00
Watford City: Cody Kirkland, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00

SOUTH DAKOTA
New Effington: Kellie Hansen, NDSCS Foundation Scholarship - $500.00

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