Manor College announces prestigious scholarship semifinalists.

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The Dialogue is free, open to the public, in English, and will be held on Manor College’s campus in the Basileiad Manor Library Lecture Space. (MONTCO.Today file photo)

Manor College is pleased to announce three students in the Allied Health Program have been selected as semi-finalists for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship for transfer students. Approximately 2,400 students from across the country applied, and only the top 20% are chosen as semifinalists. The finalists will be selected in April, 2018.

The three students are Melisa Phung, Alina Kvasnovska and Navya Mathew, according to a press release from the college.

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Phung is a Radiologic Sciences Transferstudent who plans to transfer to Thomas Jefferson University to attain her Bachelor’s Degree. She is active around campus and has over a 4.0 GPA. Due to the many sciences and honors classes Phung has taken at Manor – her GPA is currently above a 4.0.
Kvasnovska is currently studying in the Nursing Transfer program and has maintained above a 4.0 GPA with the hopes to transfer to Thomas Jefferson University upon graduating from Manor in the Spring semester.  As an immigrant from Ukraine, Kvasnovska, connects with the mission and heritage of Manor College and is not only an outstanding student but very active in many charitable causes.
Mathew, yet another outstanding student with an above 4.0 GPA studying in the Nursing Transfer program has her goals set on transferring to Holy Family University to continue her nursing studies.
Julie Senecoff, Program Director of Allied Health Science Transfer, Nursing Transfer, and Radiologic Science Transfer Programs at Manor College stated, “Manor College has had the privilege of having four recipients of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship over the last several years.  This year over 2,400 students applied nationwide and the top 20% were selected for further review (about 480 students). Three outstanding Manor students in the Allied Health Transfer programs have passed the first phase of the scholarship and we are prayerful that they will continue on the receive the scholarship. The scholarship is very competitive and based on merit and financial need. Congratulations to these exceptional young people!”
To read more about the students and Manor College click here. 

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