NEW SCHOLARSHIP FOR BIBLE SCHOOL IN LOUISVILLE PDF Print
Wednesday, 02 January 2013 09:53

A small Bible school in Louisville is seeking out students from the city's poorest zip codes for a new scholarship program.

Simmons College is partnering with the University of Louisville, other colleges and churches to find students who have the desire but maybe not the money or grades they need to pursue a degree.

The Simmons Scholars program will offer 25 students from four zip codes in western Louisville the chance to attend classes for free. The scholarship students will live in dorms at nearby Spalding University.

The classes will be taught by U of L professors, and students can transfer credits to the university or to another state school after two years in the program.

 

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