Five Sartell students recently graduated from North Dakota State University, Fargo.
They are the following: Rachel Johnson, a doctor of pharmacy degree; Sam Brown Krauel, a doctor of pharmacy degree; Bailey Offerdahl, a bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences; Mitchell Rolek, a bachelor’s degree in psychology; and Benjamin Yelle, a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.
Offerdahl, Rolek and Yelle graduated with honors. A student must earn a minimum 3.5 grade-point average to graduate with honors.
St. Cloud Area Chamber “Unite for Success” program awards scholarships to local students
Five recent Sartell High School graduates are scholarship recipients of the St. Cloud Area Chamber’s “Unite for Success” program. The “Unite for Success” program has awarded 38 scholarships totaling $20,450 to graduating seniors from 19 Central Minnesota high schools. Scholarships were made possible by donations from 40 local businesses. Sartell Area Scholarship Winners include the following:
- Emily Houge plans to study at the College of St. Benedict – awarded Coborn’s/Cash Wise scholarship.
- Christa Weide plans to study at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota – awarded DeZURIK scholarship.
- Deborah Ufearo plans to study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison – awarded DeZURIK scholarship.
- Will Yu plans to study at St. John’s University – awarded Insight Eye Care scholarship.
- Brooke Andel plans to study at Minnesota State University-Mankato – awarded PineCone Vision Center Health Education scholarship.
One-hundred percent of the contribution is given to the student. All contributions for the Unite for Success Scholarship Program are designated through the St. Cloud Area Chamber Foundation, a non-profit foundation, and are therefore tax deductible. The St. Cloud Area Chamber Foundation began in 2013 to educate and prepare the next generation of business professionals in Central Minnesota.
Two Sartell students were recently named to the spring dean’s list at South Dakota State University, Brookings. They are Rylee Molitor and Shauna Schmidt.