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Final Priority Program scholarship winner announced

May 11, 2010 : University Advancement staff

Resident Admissions at Liberty University has announced its final Priority Program winner of a one-year, full-tuition scholarship for the 2010-11 academic year.

Brittani Rose of Manassas, Va., was awarded a scholarship valued at $16,792 for the upcoming academic year.Brittani is a senior at Emmanuel Christian School in Manassas, Va. She intends to major in Government with a concentration in Politics & Policy.

Hosted by the Admissions Office, the Priority Program was a way for students who exercise due diligence in the admissions process to secure a place in the fall 2010 incoming class. Students who met certain criteria and deadlines were eligible for the scholarship drawings. Brittani completed the third step in Liberty’s admissions process by the May 1 deadline, making her eligible for the fourth round of drawings.

The admissions process at Liberty includes the necessary steps for enrollment – the Four A’s of Admissions: Apply, Accept, ASIST, Attend.

Brittani joins previous scholarship winners Sarah Kim, a senior from Cresskill, N.J.; Ryan Hartman, an 18-year-old from Delaware, Ohio; and Robert Nitschke, a senior from National Park, N.J.

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