Students receive full-ride scholarships to attend Emporia State University

May 23, 2012

The 2012-13 Endly scholars are shown with Elaine Henrie, director of financial aid and scholarships, and Emporia State President Michael D. Shonrock. From left are Henrie, Amy Bretches, Chelsea Mock, Kate Slayton and Shonrock.

Emporia State University recently awarded three Virginia Endly Memorial Scholarships for the 2012-13 academic year. The Endly scholarship is a full-ride scholarships offered by the university. 

The 2011-12 Endly scholars are:

  • Amy Bretches of McPherson, a junior computer science major. This is her third consecutive year to receive an Endly scholarship.
  • Kate Slayton of Tecumseh, a sophomore psychology major. This is her second consecutive year to receive an Endly.
  • Chelsea Mock of Cottonwood Falls, a freshman biology major with a pre-med emphasis.

H. Merle Endly, whose family has a long history with Emporia State University dating back early 1900’s when ESU was Kansas State Normal School, established this scholarship to honor his sister Virginia Endly. 

The scholarship is equal to current in-state tuition and fees, the current Resident Hall fee (double room) including the full meal plan and the current average cost of books. Recipients must be full-time students in good academic standing and are eligible to reapply.

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