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Greenetrack establishes $10k scholarship at UWA

Greenetrack Gift Presentation at UWA
Scholarship to support students from 10 Black Belt counties

Students from a 10-county radius will soon benefit from a generous scholarship establishment from Greenetrack, Inc., to the University of West Alabama. Pictured left to right at the gift presentation are Greenetrack Marketing Assistant Tameka King, a 2007 graduate, UWA President Ken Tucker, Greenetrack CEO and President Luther Winn, and Greenetrack Human Resource Director Monica H. Rhodes, a 1995 graduate.  

 

Students pursuing a college degree at the University of West Alabama will have a new opportunity to earn a scholarship through the generous support of Greenetrack, Inc. The scholarship is being established through an initial contribution of $10,000.

The scholarship is provided by Greenetrack, Inc., to the University of West Alabama Foundation to support students from Greene, Sumter, Hale, Perry, Bibb, Pickens, Choctaw, Marengo, Dallas, and Wilcox counties in west Alabama.

“This scholarship’s purpose is to help college students from west Alabama attain a degree so that they can help improve the quality of life in the region,” Greenetrack, Inc. General Manager Herlecia Hampton explained. 

The company’s motto is “Building Communities, Building Futures, Building Lives,” and that is what the scholarship is designed to do.

UWA is home to students from all of the counties that the scholarship will serve, including many first-generation college students who seek financial aid and scholarship opportunities to make a college degree reality.

“We are grateful to Greenetrack for the investment they are making in our region through this scholarship fund,” UWA President Ken Tucker said to Greenetrack, Inc. CEO Luther Winn at the check presentation. “One of our major goals is to help ensure that no student is denied the opportunity to earn a degree because they are lacking financial support, and this generous gift from Greenetrack will make a tremendous difference for some very deserving students.”

To learn more about UWA Alumni scholarships or to apply, visit www.uwa.edu/alumni/scholarships.

To show support for scholarships at the University of West Alabama, contact the UWA Development Office at 205-652-3579 or email Amanda P. McRae, development officer, at amcrae@uwa.edu.

 

 

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