Representative Olman Announces
106 Scholarships For Class Of 2004

COLUMBUS – State Representative Lynn Olman (R-Maumee) announced Friday that 106 scholarships are available to attend one of Ohio’s Proprietary Schools or Colleges. Proprietary schools are called private business or trade schools. Twelve of the scholarships are for full tuition with the student only being required to pay for books and a small registration fee. Twenty-six of the scholarships are for one-half the cost of tuition and 68 are for specific amounts.

The Ohio Council of Private Colleges and Schools offers these scholarships through the cooperation of Ohio’s business and trade schools with no cost to the state. “This is a great opportunity for graduates to participate in post-secondary education at little or no cost,” Olman said. “The main objective of these programs is to prepare our students for a job in one of Ohio’s businesses or industries.”

Applicants must have a “C” average or better in their high school subjects and be recommended by a state senator or representative. Scholarships range from $2,000 to $16,655.

Schools offering full tuition include Ohio Business College in Sandusky and the American School of Technology in Columbus. Schools offering half-tuition include the Davis College in Toledo and the Ohio Institute of Photography and Technology in Dayton. The Stautzenberger College in Toledo is offering three $5,000 scholarships. Students from the graduating Class of 2004 may wish to contact Representative Olman at (614) 466-1731 or their high school guidance counselor for more details concerning these scholarships.

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