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Students from Hagerstown, Frederick earn scholarships from York College

September 29, 2008

Two local students have received academic achievement scholarships from York College of Pennsylvania.

Caroline Sirface of Hagerstown and Nathan Brown of Frederick, Md., were awarded the scholarships.

The college awarded Sirface a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She is a first-year student with an undeclared major at York College.

The Transfer Merit Scholarship is a $2,000- per-year scholarship for full-time accepted transfer students. Eligible students must have enrolled full time at their most recently attended regionally accredited institution with a minimum earned grade-point average of 3.5 or membership in Phi Theta Kappa.

Brown, a first year English literary studies major at York College, was awarded a Dean's Academic Scholarship.

He is a graduate of Gov. Thomas Johnson High School.

The Dean's Academic Scholarship pays one-third tuition per year for first-time, full-time freshmen accepted by Feb. 1 who have graduated in the upper two-fifths of their high school classes and have combined SAT scores of 1,150 or higher.

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