Bushnell Students Receive Scholarship Recognition

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EUGENE, Ore. – Bushnell University is proud to announce that 12 students have been awarded scholarships by the Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities (OAICU) for the 2023-24 school year. These scholarships, granted by various foundations and corporations, reflect the students’ exemplary achievements and dedication to academic excellence.

The recipients of the scholarships and their respective awards can be found below. By clicking on each student’s name, readers can delve into their unique stories, discovering why they chose Bushnell University, what the scholarship signifies to them, and their plans post-graduation.

Ester Ambrocio, OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation
Isaac Bodley, OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation
Braxton Brooks, BNSF Railway Foundation
Chantal Cisneros-Blanco, Costco Wholesale
Shijo John, MDU Resources Foundation/Knife River Corporation
Ushna Khan, NW Natural
Caleb Richter, The Carpenter Foundation
Jasmine Roberts, The Carpenter Foundation
Jayden Soriano, Costco Wholesale
Savannah Tomlinson, Costco Wholesale
Byron Velazquez, PCC Structurals
Kaleolani Wellman, PGE Foundation

“We are quite proud of our students for earning these scholarships. It is a testament to their academic commitment, leadership qualities, and dedication to personal and intellectual growth,” stated Dr. Reed Mueller, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Bushnell University. “This achievement reflects the exceptional caliber of our student body and reinforces our commitment to providing a rigorous educational environment that helps students turn aspirations into reality.”

Each of these scholarships represents both financial support and recognition of the student’s hard work, commitment, and potential to make significant contributions to their communities and beyond.

To gain a deeper understanding of the Oregon Alliance and the assistance it offers Oregon private colleges and universities such as Bushnell, explore their website at www.oaicu.org.

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