EUGENE, Ore. – Freshman Caleb Richter has received the Carpenter Foundation Scholarship from the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges & Universities for the 2022-23 academic year.
“I chose Bushnell University because of their exercise science program and their commitment to and support of student athletes,” said Richter. “I chose my major because I have a strong interest in helping athletes return to the game that they love after injury.”
The full spotlight can be found here: 2022-23 Carpenter Foundation Scholarship Student Stories
About Bushnell University
Founded in 1895 Bushnell University helps students discover and answer God’s call on their lives. Devoted to offering a Christ-centered environment, Bushnell encourages students to grow in wisdom, informed by faith, and leading to lives of service. Accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, the University was founded by pastor-educator Eugene C. Sanderson and pioneer businessman and church leader James A. Bushnell. Bushnell is the largest private university in Eugene’s vibrant university district. The University offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees for undergraduate and graduate studies through course formats on campus, online, and evening, as well as online programs for MBA, MA in Leadership, and M.Ed. More information about the University is available at www.bushnell.edu.
About Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities
The Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities (“The Alliance”) is comprised of 12 private, nonprofit, independent colleges and universities in the state of Oregon. These institutions deliver high-quality experiential learning with high-impact teaching strategies. The Alliance is the collective voice of Oregon’s independent, nonprofit higher education sector. For more information, visit www.oaicu.org.