University of Phoenix Chattanooga Campus is pleased to announce three current University of Phoenix students have been awarded $2,500 scholarships each. The students were awarded the scholarships after a competitive process in which applicants were asked to write essays on their educational goals and how completing their respective degree programs would assist them in their career development and growth.
The three scholarship winners, include:
- Gregory Stephens, a Master of Business Administration student who is using his degree to help prepare him to meet the challenges of the post-recession business environment.
- Emilie Mock, Bachelor of Science in Health Administration student who says earning her degree will be one of her greatest accomplishments, and she believes that it will help her make a difference in the healthcare industry.
- Martin Walter, Bachelor of Science, Business Management student who feels learning teams have provided him the opportunity to grow as a leader, and encourages teammates to participate in these projects to see what they can accomplish together and learn more about the subject.
"University of Phoenix understands our most important asset is our students and know that many are balancing school, work and family responsibilities while obtaining their degree," said University of Phoenix Chattanooga Campus Director Marc Crosby. "The University awarded these scholarships to Gregory, Emilie and Martin to help provide each of them an additional access to their educational goals."
Since 2006, University of Phoenix has awarded an estimated 2,600 full-tuition and partial scholarships. In 2011, University of Phoenix awarded over $10 million in partial and full-tuition scholarships.