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Eastern Shore Residents Benefit From New Scholarship

May 16, 2012
EDUCATION

Graduates from Queen Anne’s County High School and Kent Island High School will have an easier time paying for classes and textbooks at Anne Arundel Community College thanks to a new scholarship established by The Eugenia V. Teodoli Trust in Stevensville.

Working with the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation Inc., the trust donated $34,000 to establish the Teodoli Scholarship Fund in memory of the late Eugenia Teodoli. The scholarship will help pay the cost of AACC tuition, fees and textbooks for graduates of the two high schools who show academic promise and have a minimum 3.0 GPA, regardless of their ability to pay. Scholarship award amounts will vary; the first awards will be made this fall.

Teodoli, an immigrant who lived on the Eastern Shore, believed that higher education should be affordable and accessible for all able and qualified students.

To apply for the scholarship, visit www.aacc.edu/aid/scholarships. For more information, or to make a tax-deductible donation to the new scholarship fund, email foundation@aacc.edu, call 410-777-2515 or visit www.aacc.edu/foundation.

About the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation
The Anne Arundel Community College Foundation’s mission is to secure and steward private funds to enhance the educational endeavors of the college. The foundation works in partnership with the community and the college to support and enrich the vision of the institute by accomplishing goals not otherwise possible.