Local students thrive at the University of Mt. Union

Local students thrive at the University of Mt. Union
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Cassidy Page (’22) is a psychology major at Mt. Union. She is a 2019 graduate of New Philadelphia.

                        

The University of Mount Union’s Ralph and Mary Regula Center for Public Service and Civic Engagement announced its Regula Scholars for the 2020-21 academic year, which include Cassidy Page (’22), a psychology major of New Philadelphia; Ashley Weaver (’21), a nursing major of Wilmot; and Farrel Murphy (’22), a political science and religious studies double major of Wooster.

The Regula Scholars Program was created in an effort to recognize outstanding students and provide them with additional opportunities. Scholars receive stipends to fund internships, conferences, programming and travel while they are enrolled at Mount Union.

These students are selected based on a nomination process and must complete 150 hours of service. Additionally Regula Scholars must maintain a 3.5 GPA and spend time learning about ethical decision making, employment in the public sector and many other experiential opportunities.

The program was initiated and continues to be possible thanks to a lead endowed gift from Bob (‘67) and Linda DeHoff. An additional endowed gift was given by David (’63) and Elaine (Venon ’63) Dabelko in 2014. Since then all funds raised for the Regula Center have been added to endowments for Regula Scholars.

Learn more about the program at www.mountunion.edu/regula-center/regula-scholars.


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