UNIVERSITY OF LIBERIA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
SPONSOR: LIBERIAN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION IN CONNECTICUT, USA
Dr. Emmett Dennis
LCAC Scholarship Program
LCAC SCHOLARSHIP PPROGRAM
For Academic Year 2015-2016
The Scholarship will pay the full cost of Tuition at the University of Liberia for the academic year 2015 - 2016.
LCAC Scholarship Committee
University of Liberia Scholarship Committee
Terms of Reference
Name and Type of Committee
The name of the committee shall be the UL Scholarship Committee (ULSC). It is an ad-hoc or special committee.
The UL Scholarship Committee (ULSC) is responsible to manage the selection and awards of grants and scholarships offered by the Association to students of the University of Liberia .
Key Duties and Responsibilities
The ULSC is responsible to:
Coordinate process for the funding of the grant and scholarship program.
Define and develop the general requirements for eligibility.
Define and develop the criteria on which applications are reviewed.
Solicit and review applications, select and reward grants and scholarships for qualified applicants.
Monitor the performance and responsibilities required of each holder.
Receive data on all grants and scholarships awarded and report the data to the Executive Committee.
Advertise availability of scholarships and grants.
Announce winners at a General Assembly of the LCAC or Executive Committee Meeting.
Define and develop the administration of each scholarship and grant.
Define and develop the scenario and/or circumstances under which a scholarship or grant may be withdrawn and unused balance refunded to the Association.
Seek out new grants and scholarships, including designated scholarships and grants.
Composition and Appointment of Members
The composition of the ULSC shall consist of a chairperson, co-chairperson and members willing to volunteer their services and appointed by the President in accordance with the Constitution.
Meetings will be held as necessary and they are scheduled by the Chairman, with advance notice to the members.
The Committee will report in writing on its activities and programs regularly to the Executive Committee. If necessary, the Committee may be required to present a report to the Board of Directors and/or the General Assembly.
Francis T. Fallah
Admission Year: 2005 Student ID: 46809 College at LU: Science
Winston J. Kesseh
Admission Year: 2008 Student ID: 51201 College at LU: Liberia College
James D. Karpeh
Admission Year: 1989 Student ID: 20425 College at LU: Business College
Admission Year: 2009 Student ID: 000237 College at LU: Science College
Wooiklee Sundayboy Paye
Admission Year: 2007 Student ID: 48456 College at LU: AGRICULTURE & FORESTY
David S. G. Karpilee
Admission Year: 2008 Student ID: 52658 College at LU: Liberia College
George Belaway - GRADUATE
Admission Year: 2005 Student ID: 41543 College at LU: Business College
Cyrus B Cephas -
Admission Year: 2006 Student ID: 43844 College at LU: Business College
Admission Year: 2007 Student ID: 48928 College at LU: Liberia College
Jacob Gardia Nankay
Admission Year: 2008 Student ID: 51909 College at LU:
Solomon F Saah
Admission Year: 2006 Student ID: 42649 College at LU: Science College
Juety Davis - GRADUATE
Admission Year: 2003 Student ID: 35985 College at LU: Business College
Admission Year: 2006 Student ID: 43704 College at LU: Business and Public
Jack G. Flomo
Admission Year: 2006 Student ID: 44444 College at LU: Liberia College
Victor P. Whea
Admission Year: 2006 Student ID: 46978 College at LU: Business College
Admission Year: 2006 Student ID: 43339 College at LU: Science College
Ida Capehart - GRADUATE
Admission Year: 2004 Student ID: 42292 College at LU: Liberia College
Vincent F. Eruophe - GRADUATE
Admission Year: 2000 Student ID: 32507 College at LU: Business College
Admission Year: 2005 Student ID: 43617 College at LU: Business College
Admission Year: 2008 Student ID: 51531 College at LU: Liberia College
2009 LCAC SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS
Emmet A. Dennis
President of the University of Liberia
Congratulates the Chairman of LCAC scholarship Program.
Before ending his whirlwind tour of the United States, the president of the University of Liberia visited and congratulated the Liberian Community Association in Connecticut for their support to LU students through the scholarship program. He also accepted to delivered a check from LCAC to the registrar at LU to cover the 1st semester fees for the 20 students awarded LCAC scholarships.
to the Program chairman, the president of the nation's highest and prestigious institution of learning, expressed profound gratitude to the Liberian Community Association in Connecticut for the generous contribution to the education of the nation's youth.
James C. Blyee Jr. Chris Collins, Pres. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Alex Quermollue, Dr. Emmett Dennis
Monday May 24, 2010 Connecticut, USA
The Liberian president HE Ellen Johnson Sirleaf met briefly with Liberian community leaders form Connecticut during her last state visit to the United States. The president expressed her profound thanks and gratitude to the Liberian Community Association in Connecticut (LCAC) for awarding 20 scholarships to Liberians at the University of Liberia. She praised the community for taking the lead in awarding scholarships to students at the nation's highest institution of learning.
In a cordial tete-ta-tete with Hon. James C. Blyee - LCAC Board Secretary and Sr. representative to ULAA , the president advised that students in Science and Engineering Department at LU should be the principal target for future scholarships. She expressed her frustration in failing to hire Liberian Engineers, leaving her with no choice but to consider foreigners for lucrative Engineering jobs.
For his part, the Connecticut political guru thanked the president for her acknowledgement and promised to share her suggestion with Dr. Emmett Dennis-LCAC Scholarship Chairman and LCAC president Hon. Alex Quermollue.
President Sirleaf congratulates LCAC for awarding scholarships to Liberians
For New Scholarship Applicants:
Limited to students in the Science and Engineering Department, Forestry & Teacher's College
Year of High School Graduation:
Essay: Please explain in less than 100 words why you should be awarded this scholarship
I here by certify that everything written is truth and that I may be disqualified for giving false or misleading information.
Application will be accepted until August 30, 2015 at Mid night.
Photos of Current LCAC Scholarship Students at the University of Liberia
This Program is sponsored by individuals like you. To make special donations to this program in Cash or Materials, to support struggling Liberians at LU, please contact the program coordinator:
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