When it came time for Palm Beach State College students and twin sisters Hannah and Hailey Lord to decide where they would pursue their bachelor’s degrees, it was a no-brainer.
At the time, the two were Dr. Floyd F. Koch Honors College students who had just earned their Associate in Arts degrees at PBSC. At graduation, they were both smiling ear-to-ear because they were getting their degrees with no debt thanks to their Presidential Honors College Scholarship, … Continue reading Twins to graduate with no debt thanks to scholarship
Eighteen students from across Palm Beach County have been awarded Palm Beach State College’s top scholarship for the 2016-17 academic year.
The students, who received the Presidential Honors College Scholarship, gathered today for a welcome orientation at the Center for Bachelor’s Programs on the Lake Worth campus.
The guest speaker was Dr. Roger L. Yohe, vice president for academic affairs. Yohe spoke about Palm Beach State’s rich academic history and how important it is for students to engage in college life and set goals. … Continue reading Palm Beach State welcomes top scholarship recipients
From Contact magazine, Winter 2014-15
Presidential Honors College Scholarship attracts county’s top students
Manuela Ceballos graduated from Seminole Ridge Community High School last year with acceptance letters from the University of Florida, Florida State University, Florida Atlantic University, the University of Central Florida and Palm Beach State College. But with a Presidential Honors College Scholarship to PBSC, she says her decision was easy.
“The PBSC scholarship just put the icing on the cake. … Continue reading GOING FOR THE GOLD