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Southeastern scholarships offered to high school seniors

Friday, February 24, 2017
by: Tonya Lowentritt

1) Covington scholar2) Ponchatoula scholar3) Slaughter scholar

 

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     HAMMOND - More than 200 area high school seniors and their guests attended Southeastern Louisiana University Scholars Showcase events recently, where students were presented with special academic and housing scholarship options.
     The event celebrated the academic success of future Southeastern students and introduced them to special offerings Southeastern has for students with high academic credentials. In addition to scholarships, attendees were introduced to the possibility of participating in Southeastern’s Early Orientation, Honors Program courses and the Scholars Program, which invites qualified students to begin Southeastern with tuition-free summer semester classes.
     Held in the university’s Student Union Grand Ballroom, attendees visited with faculty members representing the university’s colleges and academic offerings. Recent graduates also shared their experiences while at Southeastern, and encouraged the future students to become involved in campus life as a way to fully appreciate the university experience.

CUTLINES

1) STUDENTS HONORED AT SCHOLARS SHOWCASE - Claire Procopio, right, director of Southeastern Louisiana University’s Honors Program, talks with Hannah Nelson of Covington at the university’s Scholars Showcase. More than 200 prospective Southeastern students were present at the showcase.

2) STUDENTS HONORED AT SCHOLARS SHOWCASE - Katherine Stansbury, far right, and her mother Bettina, center, both of Ponchatoula, speak with the Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Karen Fontenot, at Southeastern Louisiana University’s Scholars Showcase. More than 200 prospective Southeastern students were present at the event.

3) STUDENTS HONORED AT SCHOLARS SHOWCASE - Staci Taylor, assistant professor of nursing at Southeastern Louisiana University, talks with Bryson Bond of Slaughter about the Nursing Program at the university’s Scholars Showcase. More than 200 prospective Southeastern students were present at the showcase.




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