The Beech Scholarship Fund (BCS) is in honor of Dr. Bernard C. Watson, John C. Haas, F. Otto Haas, Floyd W. Alston, and Robert W. Smith. Annually, BCS awards a $1,000 scholarship to deserving, minority students of color. The scholarships are awarded to qualifying and deserving high school seniors entering Temple University, Cheyney University, Lincoln University, or Community College of Philadelphia as a full-time freshman, or a current full-time undergraduate student at one of the four colleges for the fall 2017 academic school year.
The funding commitment from the Beech Scholarship Fund sets a criterion that includes having a grade point average of 2.75 or higher and declaring a major in Arts, Business, Engineering, Education, or Liberal Arts, and are active in extracurricular activities through their school, church, community, or work.
Asha Westcott - Strategic Communications
Anthony Cobb - Civil Engineering
Arielle Hunt - Athletic Training
L'Oreal Oliver - Accounting
Jelani Hunt - Engineering
Khary Jacobs - Mass Communications
Jordan Smith - Theatre
Jazmine Jones - Criminal Justice
Fareed Simpson-Hankins - Jazz Performance
Dise Diasonama - Media Business
Deion Sumpter - Social Work/Spanish
Denisha Robinson - Sport & Recreation Management
Clearance Smith - Biology
Kiana Bland - Psychology
Kiara Greene - Psychology
Larry Mapp III - Education
Miranda Mathias - Speech - Language Pathology
Nicole Kenney - Management Information
Nuri Bracey - Engineering
Terry Miles Pittman - Communications
Zuliesuivie Ball - Public Relations
High School seniors and current college students who attend one of the qualifying colleges and are interested in applying for a scholarship may download the applicable application below. Any person with questions regarding the scholarship may contact Christine Brown by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to submit your application is Friday, April 7, 2017 at 3:00pm. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
The Beech Scholarship Fund recipient selection process is designed to ensure fairness to all qualified applicants. All applicants are ranked fairly and are selected according to the scholarship criteria. Once the Selection Committee has reviewed each application and have selected the scholarship recipients, awardees will be notified by Friday, June 2, 2017 of the Committee's decision.