The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has announced that two Manor College students, Vera Lewis and Lineth Ciciliano, are semi-finalists for the organization’s prestigious Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. This scholarship, available to students working toward two-year degrees, supports high-achieving students as they transfer to four-year schools.
The semifinalists were selected from a pool of nearly 1,500 students across the country. Lewis and Ciciliano, who both study pre-nursing at Manor, represent two out of eight finalists chosen from the state of Pennsylvania. Scholarship winners are selected based on achievement, academic prowess, financial need, service, and demonstrated leadership.
Students who win the scholarship will receive financial support for their studies and textbooks, as well as academic advising, college planning services, and more. Four Manor College students have previously won this distinguished scholarship.
Learn more about the Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
About Manor College: Located in suburban Philadelphia, Manor College is a small college that offers big opportunities and a stellar education–one with small classes full of big thinkers, and a big-hearted community ready to challenge all of our students to reach and grow. Manor offers more than 50 Associates, Bachelor’s and Certificate programs in Allied Health, Science and Math; Business Technology and Legal Studies; and the Liberal Arts to traditional age and adult students. Manor is America’s only accredited institution of higher education founded by Ukrainian Sisters, the Sisters of Saint Basil the Great. Learn more at www.manor.edu