Be sure to tell your graduating seniors about our 1st National CCAA Scholarship Award

New scholarship introduced if attending a Catholic college who is a member of The National Catholic College Admission Association…

Greetings from The National Catholic College Admission Association (The National CCAA).  I am writing with a brief, yet very important announcement:

NEW SCHOLARSHIP AWARD FOR SENIORS ATTENDING ONE OF OUR MEMBER SCHOOLS!

We are excited to announce that we are offering the very first National CCAA Scholarship Awards to 7 graduating high school seniors who attend one of our member institutions in Fall 2012.

The scholarship awards were developed by our Board of Directors in an effort to promote Catholic higher education and attract students to our website (catholiccollegesonline.org) to find out more about the wonderful educational opportunities at our colleges and universities.  This is also an effort to engage high school counselors in our efforts to promote Catholic higher education.

Details regarding the scholarship award and how to apply can be found by clicking here.  The application for the award is very brief and should only take students a few minutes to complete!  Please spread the word about applying for the scholarship award to your students and to high school counselor colleagues.

The deadline to apply is March 23, 2012, and award recipients will be announced the first week of April.

On behalf of our Board of Directors, thank you for your support of Catholic higher education and for doing such good work with your students.

Best,

Marlene Mohs, National CCAA President

Associate Dean of Admission, St. Catherine University, MN

mmohs@stkate.edu

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