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Gadsden State Students Who Register By Jan. 13th Will Have A Chance At A $1,000 Scholarship

The Cardinal Foundation has donated a $1,000 scholarship
that will be awarded to one student at Gadsden State Community College.
Students who are registered by Jan. 13 will be eligible for a drawing for
the scholarship. 

"We appreciate the Cardinal Foundation for being willing to offer an
incentive for students to register for classes for the spring semester,"
said Dr. Aletta Williamson, dean of Enrollment and Retention. "This
scholarship can be a game-changer for a student needing additional
financial assistance. Since Gadsden State's tuition is among the most
affordable in the Southeast, this scholarship can go a long way." 

Gadsden State's tuition and fees total $164 a credit hour, which is
substantially lower than all of the state's public and private four-year
universities, she said. 

"Not only is Gadsden State affordable but our staff does whatever it can
to help eligible students secure financial aid or scholarships to pay their
educational expenses," Williamson said. "When considering tuition, fees,
room, board and travel expenses, students can save about $32,000 by
choosing to attend Gadsden State instead of a four-year university." 

Students who have registered for classes between Oct. 27 and Jan. 13 will
automatically be included in the drawing for the Cardinal Foundation
scholarship as long as they remain registered, and their class attendance
is verified. The drawing will take place on Jan. 18. No other action is
required from the student for consideration. 

Classes for the spring semester and mini 1 term begin Friday but potential
students still have time to apply and register for classes. Students may
register through Jan. 13. 

"We want to give everyone ample opportunity to apply and register at
Gadsden State," Williamson said. "It's not too late to invest in yourself
during this new year by continuing your education."  

To apply to Gadsden State, visit gadsdenstate.edu/apply. To register for
classes, visit gadsdenstate.edu/register. For more information, email
admissions@gadsdenstate.edu 
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Joey Weaver

Joey Weaver has worked for WEIS Radio in Centre as the Assistant News Director since 2008 covering news in Northeast Alabama and Northwest Georgia.

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