Special to The Sun
Phillips University Legacy Foundation recently announced a local student has been awarded a Phillips University Legacy Scholarship for 2012-2013. The undergraduate scholarship is based on academic excellence and Christian leadership in the student’s church, vocation and community.
The 2012-2013 Legacy Scholar is: Senior, Anna Regan, Drury University Religion/International Political Studies major, daughter of John Regan and Amy Rogers.
The foundation also provides specialized leadership training for the Legacy Scholar at an annual, all-expense-paid four-day leadership development conference. The scholar will also perform an annual 40-hour volunteer service project.
Phillips University Legacy Foundation grants annual awards of up to $5,000 to full-time undergraduate students attending any of the 17 colleges or universities affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Since the inception of the program in 2002, 115 students have received nearly $1 million in scholarship assistance.
For 91 years Phillips University, located in Enid, was highly respected nationwide for its academic excellence and quality Christian education associated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). The mission of the Phillips University Legacy Foundation is to follow the tradition of Phillips University by providing scholarships and opportunities to educate and develop leaders who embody Christian values in their lives, service and work.
For more information about the Phillips University Legacy Scholarship and Leadership Training program go to www.pulf.org.