Three Tabor College students selected to receive scholarships

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Three Tabor College seniors have been selected as recipients of UPS scholarships.

James Onijala, son of Joseph and Roseline Onijala of Wichita, Kan., is a 2002 graduate of Wichita Heights High School.

Chance Miles, son of Robert and Terri Neeman of Gillette, Wyo., is a 2002 graduate of Campbell County High School.

Rebecca Forman, daughter of Brenda Yungeberg, Salina, and Steve Forman, Topeka, is a 2002 graduate of Salina South High School.

Onijala, Miles and Forman are three of more than 655 UPS Scholars at private colleges and universities across the nation. These scholarships are funded annually by the UPS Educational Endowment Fund, which was established by the United Parcel Service at the Foundation for Independent High Education in Washington, D.C.

FIHE administers the program in cooperation with the Kansas Independent College Fund.

This year, the UPS Educational Endowment Fund distributed $1.8 million for its scholarship program, bringing the total amount of scholarships awarded to over $37 million.

An additional $400,000 in competitive grants will be distributed to private colleges and universities this year to improve educational services for students and encourage collaboration among colleges.

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