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MacAllister-Yersin Full Tuition Scholarship

The MacAllister-Yersin Scholarship
is a joint scholarship program providing full tuition to the selected recipient. Pershing MacAllister, a 1940 graduate of Carroll University, is a longtime and generous supporter of Carroll University. He has served on the board of trustees since 1963 and was the board’s chairman from 1977-1994.

Adolph and Mary Yersin, and their son William ’63, wanted to provide an opportunity for a financially strapped and academically qualified applicant to earn a college degree. The motivation to help someone in the same circumstances they faced prompted the contribution to the scholarship program. William remains an active alumnus and continues to help support worthy students at his alma mater.

Amount of Scholarship
The recipient of the MacAllister-Yersin Scholarship will receive a full-tuition benefit each year for four years. This benefit, in combination with any state or federal grants the recipient is eligible for, cannot exceed the cost of tuition. The recipient is not eligible for additional Carroll scholarships or grants. Finalists (excluding the recipient) will be awarded a $1,000 per year Excellence Award in addition to the merit scholarship.

Conditions of Eligibility

  • The applicant must be a high school senior who has been accepted to Carroll University as a fulltime student for fall 2014.
  • The recipient of the MacAllister Scholarship must maintain a 3.0 GPA in all accredited courses.

Conditions of Competition

  • All application materials must be received on or before Monday, January 13, 2014.
  • The applicant must possess an outstanding academic record from high school and show strong
    potential for the same high achievement at the college level. Extracurricular activities and
    leadership experiences also will be considered.
  • Ten to twelve finalists will be selected by the scholarship committee for a mandatory on-campus interview. Finalists must be in attendance on Saturday, March 1, 2014, to be eligible for the scholarship.
  • The recipient will be selected by a Scholarship Selection Committee after careful review of the
    credentials of all candidates.
The following must be received no later than Monday, January 13, 2014:
  • Application form, including essay and involvements (submit electronically)
  • Two teacher recommendation forms
While electronic submission is preferred, forms may be mailed to:
Carroll University
Office of Admission
100 N. East Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53186

Scholarship Application (pdf)

Please contact the Office of Admission at 1-800-CARROLL or 262.524.7220, with questions regarding the scholarship.



Date 4/23/2014

Scholarship Application
*First Name:
Middle Initial:
*Last Name:
*Address:
*City:
*State:
ZIP:
Phone:
*E-Mail:

Name of High School:
Year of High School Graduation:
Name Teachers Providing Recommendations: Name(s):
Subject Area(s):
Intended College Major(s):
List all high school courses in which you are currently enrolled.

Teacher Recommendation form
Print two recommendation forms for submission.
Please attach 500 word essay using the following prompt:
Write a letter to your first-year roommate at Carroll. Tell him/her what it will be like to live with you, why you chose Carroll and what you are most looking forward to in college.

Also, list all academic honors and awards, extracurricular activities, leadership achievements and community/volunteer involvements.
Include an Attachment:
 
 
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