Central Methodist University has a long history of generous donors endowing scholarships to ensure students have needed resources as they work to complete their college education.

More than 300 students were named the recipients of scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year.

"All scholarships are awarded by a stewardship coordinator based on a student's high academic performance, and following the donor's wishes," said Jackie Jackson, director of annual giving and operations at CMU.

According to Jackson, one of CMU's highest honors is to be selected as a recipient of an endowed or Hall of Sponsors scholarship. These scholarships are assigned to CMU's best and brightest students based on high academic standards, and contribution to their school and community.

The following CMU students from local areas are recipients of scholarships: Andrew Westbrook from Farmington, with the Class of '59 Hall of Sponsors Scholarship; Dalton King from Fredericktown, with the Lena Thogmorton Dover Scholarship and the Kenneth and Johnnie Lawrence Presidential Hall of Sponsors Scholarship; Darcy Latham from Bismarck, with the Susan and Gentry Estill Scholarship; Justin Halter from Farmington, with the Ruth C. Appleberry 2+2 Scholarship; Martha Bradley from Farmington, with the Anderson-Garst Hall of Sponsors Scholarship; Megann Finley from Potosi, with the Cresswell-Graff Scholarship II; and Shannon Wells from Potosi, with the Cresswell-Graff Scholarship.

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