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CCRI students receive scholarships

Jan. 17, 2014

The Community College of Rhode Island Office of Institutional Advancement and College Relations announced the following scholarships recently were awarded through the CCRI Foundation:

Christopher D. Lemoie of Cranston received the Student Nurse Organization Scholarship, established to assist CCRI nursing students who have completed their first year of studies and are continuing in the licensed practical nursing or associate degree in nursing program.

Talen K. Sarkasian of Cranston received the Valerie Norbury Memorial Scholarship, established to provide assistance to an incoming student of Armenian heritage.

William R. Moore of Hope Valley received the Lloyd S. Kaplan Music Scholarship. The Music Department endowed the account in 2001 with proceeds from the Jazz Odyssey, which the Office of Enrollment Services hosted to recognize Professor Emeritus Kaplan for his devotion and contributions to the department.

Sherry A. Orozco of North Kingstown received the Uber/Testa Award, established to recognize outstanding performance of students in the study of psychology. The award was endowed by the Psychology Department in honor of deceased faculty members.

Amy B. Conrardy, Sandra L. Lee and Adekitan O. Aderoju of Providence received the Raymond A. Ferland and Joseph P. DiMaria Student Assistance Scholarship. The award was established to provide assistance to a continuing student who has a minimum of 24 credits and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75.

Alexander Gonzalez-Trejo of Providence received the Jonathan Fund scholarship, which was established to provide assistance to those who wish to attend CCRI but are unable to bear the cost of an education, with preference given to those raised in an inner-city environment. It was endowed by Roberta Jenkins, wife of former CCRI Foundation trustee Arthur Jenkins, in honor of her son, Jonathan.

Joyce P. Campbell of Saunderstown received the Raymond A. Ferland and Joseph P. DiMaria Student Assistance Scholarship. The award was established to provide assistance to a continuing student who has a minimum of 24 credits and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75.

Cassandra Martel of Warren received the Raymond A. Ferland and Joseph P. DiMaria Student Assistance Scholarship. The award was established to provide assistance to a continuing student who has a minimum of 24 credits and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75.

Nicole L. LeBlanc and Peter J. Pagliarini of Warwick received the Raymond A. Ferland and Joseph P. DiMaria Student Assistance Scholarship. The award was established to provide assistance to a continuing student who has a minimum of 24 credits and a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75.

Learn more about scholarships available to CCRI students on the CCRI Foundation website.


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