Articles tagged “Individual Strength”
Spartan Nurse Skip Shipley (Captain, U.S. Army Reserve) graduated from the ROTC in 1993, and later returned to MSU for his MSN. Scholarship and fellowship support helped him along the way.
This post comes from Jaaz Catterall, a student staff member in our office. Jaaz is studying at MSU on a generous full-ride scholarship. This financial freedom allowed for some very interesting summer adventures, which we've asked him to share. Enjoy!
As you may have heard, MSU raised a record $271.9 million during our last fiscal year, breaking previous records set in 2014 and 2015. This is all due in part to your support of the the Empower Extraordinary capital campaign efforts.
Paula Fogarty of Grosse Ile, Michigan, knows the meaning of a Spartan’s will. As she puts it, “Spartans never say never and will fight until the very end for what they want.”
There are several Spartans heading to Rio for the games this week. We have a long tradition of Olympic sports at Michigan State.
The Joe D. Pentecost Foundation supports several scholarships for students in the greater Lansing area, including awards for students who transfer from Lansing Community College to continue their studies at Michigan State University.
Tower Guard is MSU's oldest active campus-based, student-run organization. Members volunteer time to help fellow Spartans with print-related disabilities.
Juliette Givhan was able to follow her dream of an out-of-state education after receiving the STARR Scholarship.
Matthew Wigglesworth was given the freedom to create his own path with the support of the STARR Scholarship.
Anna Backman would have missed out on a lot of the college experience without the help of the STARR Scholarship.
Seth Rowles has been able to work with at-risk youth, disabled children, and juvenile offenders on his path to discovering his future career.
Jessica Harris went on a five-year quest to earn a spot as a STARR Scholar so that she could go to college.