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Posted June 09, 2014, at 10:24 a.m.

Colleges

Scholarship

Applications are being accepted for the Maine Community Foundation’s James and Marilyn Rockefeller Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship supports Maine residents who seek educational experiences that will change their life and the lives of people around them.

Eligible applicants will be adults returning to school who will have completed a College Transitions program offered through adult education within the last year.

The deadline for applications is June 15. Applications are available at mainecf.org.

 

Maine Community College System

The board of trustees of the Maine Community College System announced that it has authorized a $2 per-credit-hour increase in tuition at the state’s seven community colleges, bringing the credit-hour cost from $88 to $90, effective fall 2014.  As a result, tuition for a fulltime, in-state student will increase by $60 next year, from $2,640 to $2,700. More information about the Maine Community College System is available at mccs.me.edu.

 

Bates College

Benjamin Claeson, son of Dr. Bjorn S. Claeson and Ms. Katherine Skorpen-Claeson of Bangor, was named to the dean’s list for the winter semester at Bates College in Lewiston.

 

Bob Jones University

These area students graduated recently from Bob Jones University in Greenville, North Carolina:

• Daniel Reeves of Bradford.

• Emily Merrill of Verona Island.

• Brittany Mellen of Corinth.

 

Bowdoin College

These area students graduated on May 24 from Bowdoin College in Brunswick:

• Tracie Goldsmith of Corinth.

• Lonnie Hackett of Bangor.

• Karl Koehler of Orono.

• Daniel Lesser of Orono.

• Samuel Patterson of Bangor.

 

Elmira College

HERMON — Casie Frederick was named to dean’s list for the spring term at Elmira College in Elmira, New York.

 

UMass, Amherst

ORRINGTON — Jessica Leslie, daughter of John Leslie and Heather Foster of Orrington, was awarded the Cheryl Spencer Scholarship by Commonwealth Honors College at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The merit scholarship is awarded to students who envision using their education to improve the world.

 

 

Colleges

Scholarship

Applications are being accepted for the Maine Community Foundation’s James and Marilyn Rockefeller Scholarship Fund.

The scholarship supports Maine residents who seek educational experiences that will change their life and the lives of people around them.

Eligible applicants will be adults returning to school who will have completed a College Transitions program offered through adult education within the last year.

The deadline for applications is June 15. Applications are available at mainecf.org.

 

Maine Community College System

The board of trustees of the Maine Community College System announced that it has authorized a $2 per-credit-hour increase in tuition at the state’s seven community colleges, bringing the credit-hour cost from $88 to $90, effective fall 2014.  As a result, tuition for a fulltime, in-state student will increase by $60 next year, from $2,640 to $2,700. More information about the Maine Community College System is available at mccs.me.edu.

 

Bates College

Benjamin Claeson, son of Dr. Bjorn S. Claeson and Ms. Katherine Skorpen-Claeson of Bangor, was named to the dean’s list for the winter semester at Bates College in Lewiston.

 

Bob Jones University

These area students graduated recently from Bob Jones University in Greenville, North Carolina:

• Daniel Reeves of Bradford.

• Emily Merrill of Verona Island.

• Brittany Mellen of Corinth.

 

Bowdoin College

These area students graduated on May 24 from Bowdoin College in Brunswick:

• Tracie Goldsmith of Corinth.

• Lonnie Hackett of Bangor.

• Karl Koehler of Orono.

• Daniel Lesser of Orono.

• Samuel Patterson of Bangor.

 

Elmira College

HERMON — Casie Frederick was named to dean’s list for the spring term at Elmira College in Elmira, New York.

 

UMass, Amherst

ORRINGTON — Jessica Leslie, daughter of John Leslie and Heather Foster of Orrington, was awarded the Cheryl Spencer Scholarship by Commonwealth Honors College at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The merit scholarship is awarded to students who envision using their education to improve the world.

 

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