Central Piedmont Community College

 

[Cpcommunicator] Datatel scholarship opportunities

Office of Community Relations Communicator Communicator at cpcc.edu
Wed Nov 5 12:39:11 EST 2003
-- From Debbie Brooks 

Please notify students of the following scholarship opportunity: 

DATATEL SCHOLARS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 

The Datatel Scholars Foundation currently offers four scholarships
targeting a variety of students across our client campuses. These
scholarships are not 
dependent on financial need nor solely based on academics, therefore 
encouraging all students to apply. 

The Foundation awards scholarships on a competitive basis to
undergraduate and graduate students. Both full-time and part-time
(minimum of 6 credit hours per semester) students can apply. 

*Please note that all students who are currently attending a Datatel
Client 
institution are eligible to apply regardless of nationality or
citizenship, as long as they meet the above requirements. 

DATATEL SCHOLARS FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP 
For any student currently attending a Datatel Client college or
university. 

ANGELFIRE SCHOLARSHIP 
For any student currently attending a Datatel Client institution, who is
a 
Vietnam veteran, spouse or child of a Vietnam veteran. Refugees from
Cambodia, Laos, or Vietnam during the 1964 - 1975 time frame are also
eligible. 

RETURNING STUDENT Scholarship 
For any student currently attending a Datatel Client institution who has

returned to school after a five-year absence or more. 

NANCY GOODHUE LYNCH SCHOLARSHIP 
For any undergraduate student, currently attending a Datatel Client 
institution, who is majoring in an Information Technology-related
curriculum 
program. The applicant will need to indicate their major on their
application. 
   
Students apply online at www.datatel.com, "Scholars Foundation."  The
last day to complete an application is January 31.  

Please note:  Students must complete the web-based application at 
http://www.datatel.com/dsf in order to be considered for nomination of
an 
award. Paper applications are neither provided or accepted. 

--Debbie Brooks 

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