Community Service Pays Off for Globe University Students

DeeAnna Moore, accounting student

Congratulations to the Winter 2015 quarter Community Service Scholarship winners DeeAnna Moore and Charity Zeigler. Both of these women have been committed to community service for several years.

For the second quarter in a row, Globe University-Appleton awarded the Community Service Scholarship to two recipients. The financial aid office received many worthy applications and applauds all students that participate in volunteer service within their communities.

To be eligible for the $2,000 annual Community Service Scholarship students must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, 90 percent attendance, and be taking at least 12 credits per quarter. Along with meeting the requirements, students must submit a half-page summary of the community service activity they have performed within the past three months. DeeAnna and Charity’s service activities are highlighted below.

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