Rasmussen College Announces Second Round Of 110-Year Anniversary Scholarship Recipients
Shakopee Resident Kristina Kupietz Receives $5,000 Academic Scholarship to Apply Toward Associate’s in Surgical Technician Degree Program at Brooklyn Park Campus
August 26, 2010
BROOKLYN PARK, Minn., (August 26, 2010) – Local resident Kristina Kupietz has been named a recipient of the Rasmussen College 110-Year Anniversary Scholarship. An initial group of 25 scholarship recipients was announced on May 2010. Kupietz is one of 34 scholarship recipients named in a second announcement. The $5,000 scholarship will benefit her completion of an Associate’s in Surgical Technician degree program through Rasmussen College in Brooklyn Park. The Scholarship Selection Committee chose Kupietz from nearly 1,300 applicants across the country.
“A recent high school graduate, Kristina Kupietz aspires to work with surgical teams to improve the lives of patients through a career in the healthcare industry. We look forward to welcoming her to our campus and helping her work toward achieving this goal as she pursues her degree through our School of Allied Health,” Rasmussen College Brooklyn Park Campus President Dwayne Bertotto said. “The 110-Year Anniversary Scholarship allows us the opportunity to give back to our community, make higher education more attainable to more people, and celebrate the extensive history of Rasmussen College.”
In March 2010, Rasmussen College announced that it would celebrate its 110-year anniversary by awarding 110 academic scholarships, valued up to $1 million, to people interested in attending Rasmussen College. This is only the second of four rounds of awards.
“Rasmussen established the 110-Year Anniversary Scholarship to celebrate our history in higher education and to support students who have demonstrated a commitment to obtaining a college degree,” Rasmussen College President Kristi Waite said. “This scholarship is intended to help students reach their education goals and can be applied toward any education-related costs incurred at Rasmussen College.”
Founded 1900 in Stillwater, Minn., Rasmussen College serves more than 15,000 students nationwide through its network of campuses and online degree programs. Rasmussen College offers a wide range of Bachelor’s and Associate’s degree programs in business, technology and design, healthcare, education, justice studies, and nursing. Rasmussen College is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Individuals interested in applying for the remaining 110-Year Anniversary Scholarships may complete the scholarship application available online at www.Rasmussen.edu/110Years.
Applications will be accepted and considered through December 31, 2010. For additional information about Rasmussen College, visit www.Rasmussen.edu.
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