UF students awarded endowed scholarships


FINDLAY — Students at The University of Findlay were awarded endowed scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Local students include:

Jessica Dietz, of Botkins, was awarded the Ann E. Bonifas Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund

Hattie Greer, of Botkins, was awarded the Emerson D. and Laura E. Pelton Scholarship

Cody Arkenberg, of Fort Loramie, was awarded the Shafer-Van Dorn-McGranahan Scholarship.

Rebecka Stricker, of Fort Loramie, was awarded the Lorene King Ashby Scholarship Endowed Fund

Jacob Heitkamp, of Minster, was awarded the following endowed scholarship(s): Shafer-Van Dorn-McGranahan Scholarship

Garrett Westerbeck, of Minster, was awarded the VanSweringen Memorial Scholarship and Tennyson Guyer Memorial Fund

Nicole Maxwell, of New Knoxville, was awarded the Betty Caskey Clopper Scholarship

Courtney Bensman, of Piqua, was awarded the Ritz Memorial Scholarship and Emerson D. and Laura E. Pelton Scholarship

Allison Dilbone, of St Henry, was awarded the John and Margaret Firmin Scholarship and Dr. Micheal F. and Denise K. (Reno) Anders Vocal Music/Musical Theatre Scholarship Endowment Fund

Mitchell Campbell, of Versailles, was awarded the George and Elaine Blackburn Memorial Scholarship

The University of Findlay is one of the largest private colleges in Northwest Ohio. With a total enrollment of 4,200 students, The University of Findlay has nearly 80 programs including bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programs. UF has been nationally recognized by U.S. News and World Report and the Princeton Review. For more information, visit www.findlay.edu.