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Local students awarded scholarships to UACCB

Thursday, August 9, 2012

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Seven students have been awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship to the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville.

Taylor Clem of Hardy graduated from Highland High School. She is the daughter of Christopher and Tricia Clem. She plans to obtain her associate of arts degree, and transfer to pursue a degree in music. Along with being close to home, Taylor says, "I enjoy the close knit environment of a smaller school and I have heard nothing but good things about UACCB."

Lloyd Clouse of Hardy graduated from Highland High School. Lloyd's parents are Jimmy and Gina Clouse. He is pursuing a degree in computer science and technology.

Lindsey Goodwin of Cherokee Village graduated from Highland High School. She is daughter of Scott Goodwin. She was influenced by the scholarship offer to have UACCB as her college option.

Rickie Hines of Mammoth Spring graduated from Highland High School. He is son of Danny and Michelle Vanoven, and plans to obtain an associate of science degree. Not only has he heard good things about UACCB, but the offer of the Academic Distinction scholarship helped Rickie decide to enroll.

Sarah Lewis of Highland graduated from Highland High School. Sarah is daughter of Christina Orosz. "Each time I visit the UACCB campus, the faculty and staff are always kind and helpful," she said about becoming a student at UACCB.

Darian Stewart of Cherokee Village graduated from Highland High School. He is son of Chrissy Stewart. He wants to pursue a career in architecture or art. He selected UACCB because it is close to home and will provide quality interaction with his teachers.

Torre Sutton of Hardy graduated from Highland High School. He is son of Gina Clouse. He plans to major in criminal justice. The greatest influence on his choice of college is the one on one personal attention he will receive from attending a smaller college that is close to home.



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