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Nitschke awarded fraternity scholarship

FarmHouse Fraternity at North Dakota State University, in cooperation with the FarmHouse Foundation, has announced that Lucas Nitschke, Jud, Edgeley High School, is one of seven people to be awarded a $3,000 scholarship for incoming freshmen men ...

FarmHouse Fraternity at North Dakota State University, in cooperation with the FarmHouse Foundation, has announced that Lucas Nitschke, Jud, Edgeley High School, is one of seven people to be awarded a $3,000 scholarship for incoming freshmen men to NDSU for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Scholarship recipients demonstrated the characteristics of "grit"- resilience, strong work ethic, direction, desire to succeed and perseverance, which are consistent with the intellectual, spiritual, social and moral values of FarmHouse Fraternity. These men demonstrated through their accomplishments, when combined with this financial assistance and determination, that they have a high likelihood to graduate from NDSU in the traditional 4 years.

These scholarships are funded by income from an endowment established by NDSU alumni with the FarmHouse Foundation, headquartered in Kansas City. The next round of applications for six $3,000 scholarships for incoming freshmen men for the 2020-2021 academic year will be available this fall at ndsufarmhouse.org.

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