ESU honors tenth class of Capitol Federal Savings Scholars


Capitol Federal Savings Scholars

Reserved for business students from Kansas high schools who maintain a 3.25 or better grade point average, the Capitol Federal Savings Scholarship is benefiting 28 students in its tenth year at ESU.

“The Capitol Federal Savings Scholars program at Emporia State University was the first established by the Cap Fed Foundation,” said Jack Dicus, Capitol Federal chairman emeritus. “We are proud to have provided these scholarships for undergraduate and graduate business majors since 2002.”

2011-2012 Capitol Federal Savings Scholars include: 


Courtney Cox, Olathe

Sara Dunkin, Topeka

Micah Offermann, Topeka

Nicole Rottinghaus, Baileyville

Mallory Walden, Wichita

Eric Wietharn, St. Marys



Stephanie Anderson, Emporia

Kristi Bretches, McPherson

Brynna Demotte, Topeka

Dallas Fillmore, Osage City

Amanda Heiman, Topeka

Lindsay Holthaus, Topeka



Matthew Crome, Westphalia

Michael Luthi, Madison

Tessa McMahan, Clay Center

Victoria Slinkard, Medicine Lodge



Rachel DeLay, Holton

Angela Gifford, Waverly

Jayme Hardtarfer, Lawrence

Anthony Mercer, Emporia

Krista Saylor, Newton

Jordan Schawe, Madison

Mallory West, Lawrence


MBA Students

Caitlin Eck, Bartlett

Carissa Garcia, Newton

Jason Rowland, Emporia

Olson Kilmer, Lawrence

Nicole Skala, Newton