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Jack Kent Cooke Award

This private, independent foundation, established in 2000 through the will of Jack Kent Cooke, is dedicated to helping young people of exceptional promise reach their full potential through education. The foundation identifies and supports those individuals with financial need, who have demonstrated excellence in academic endeavors and extracurricular activities. Scholarships are granted for graduate or professional programs, undergraduate transfers, young scholars, and for spouses and dependents of victims of September 11 or 2001 anthrax attacks. Nearly 650 individuals receive aid annually, making the scholarship program one of the largest and most competitive in the country. Each graduate award covers a portion of educational expenses, including tuition, living expenses, required fees, and books for the degree chosen. The maximum available per graduate student is $50,000 per year and the maximum length is six years.

2005 Victoria Pustynsky - Graduate Scholarship
2010 Melissa Osborne - Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship
2013 Melissa Osborne - Graduate Scholarship
Also see the distinctions page.