Some Oglethorpe University students unable to receive federal financial aid because of their immigration status will get scholarships from a national organization created to help them, the organization announced Friday. TheDream.US will begin offering the scholarships at the start of the 2019-20 school year, the organization said in a news release.
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Tuesday on “Closer Look with Rose Scott”: 0:00: Oglethorpe University has announced a new scholarship for “DREAMEers,” those who migrated to the United States as children. The scholarship is the first of its kind in Georgia, according to the University. A conversation with the university’s President Larry Schall
Oglethorpe University is partnering with TheDream.US to become the first Georgia college to provide scholarships to qualified immigrant students who came to the United States as children, or “DREAMers.” “DREAMers are among our most accomplished students and young alumni,” said Oglethorpe University President Larry Schall in a press release.
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The National Danish Performance Team, the internationally renowned display gymnastics team dedicated to promoting health and happiness among youth, is bringing its world tour to metro Atlanta. Workshops and clinics will take place at local schools and other venues around the city, with a public gala performance March 5 at 7 p.m.
- The AJC mentions Oglethorpe’s new partnership with TheDream.US in an “On Campus” review of happenings on metro Atlanta campuses.
- Patch.com mentions Oglethorpe’s “PRSSA chapter in PRos on the Verge: PRSA Georgia Launches Forty Under 40 Awards to Celebrate Young Game-Changers“.
- Hoopfeed.com reported that Oglethorpe women’s basketball is among the “Field of 64 teams for the 2019 DIII Championship revealed“.
- Atlanta Parent lists several summer camps that will be held on Oglethorpe’s campus: Georgia Ensemble Theatre Camps, Atlanta Workshop Players Summer Performing Arts Camp, and National Computer Camps.