Students Receive $24,000 in Scholarships

On March 24, 2010 Trinity College of Florida awarded approximately $24,000 in scholarships to students for the 2010-2011 academic year.  The College’s scholarship committee selected candidates based on academic achievement, character, and leadership.  The students received their scholarships at a special service held at the Raymond H. Center, M.D. Library on the campus of Trinity College Florida.  Dr. Mark T. O’Farrell, President, welcomed students, faculty, staff, and donors who were present for the awards. 

“Today we recognize students for their outstanding academic accomplishments and personal leadership on campus.  Their character is foundational for future success.  These individuals are today’s students leaders who are training for tomorrow’s challenges,” said Dr. O’Farrell.  Over twenty-four scholarship categories with thirty-three scholarships were awarded to students.  

Located on the beautiful Gulf Coast of Florida, Trinity College of Florida, has been known for over seventy-five years for the very best in Christian higher education. Named Best Buy in private colleges and universities in the continental U.S. by Consumers Digest Magazine, Trinity College of Florida remains a premier institution for students seeking four and two year degrees.  The College’s preparation involves state-of-the-art classroom training, career advancement, community service, internships, and personal support from fellow students, faculty, and staff.  With alumni serving around the world in the areas of ministry, economic relief, business, education, government, human services, and communications, Trinity College of Florida is committed to impacting humanity. 

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