Normandy, HSSU Partner for New Scholarship Program
Normandy, Mo. - Harris-Stowe State University and the Normandy Schools Collaborative have entered into a new partnership to provide college scholarships through the new HSSU Top 100 Scholars Program. To earn the scholarships, the high-achieving Viking graduates must meet certain criteria and choose to continue their education at HSSU in the fall of 2021 and 2022. Two Presidential and two Board of Regents scholarships will be awarded to eight deserving Normandy graduates over the next two years.
The scholarships and the criteria are:
Presidential – Full tuition, room and board, books, and fees (3.5-4.0 GPA, 25 or higher ACT, 1200 or higher SAT)
Board of Regents – Full tuition (3.5- 4.0 GPA, 23 or higher ACT, 1130 or higher SAT)
Shown on the photo celebrating this new partnership are (from left): Manicia J. Finch, Ed.D., HSSU dean of Enrollment Management; Marcus C. Robinson, Normandy superintendent of schools; Dr. Aline Phillips, director of the HSSU Educational Center, and Ahnnyshia Hibler, HSSU graduate assistant.