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Anna E. Olszewski Selected Again as Class of 1961
Honors Scholarship Recipient


Anna E. Olszewski has again been selected as the recipient of the Class of 1961 Honors Scholarship. Anna is a sophomore from Boonsboro, Maryland, and has a major in early childhood education with a 4.0 quality-point average.

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When the Class of 1961 entered Clarion, it was strictly a college dedicated to producing outstanding teachers. To continue that tradition, they established a scholarship earmarked for an outstanding Honors Program student majoring in education.

The Class of 1961 thanks Clarion for its proud traditions and outstanding levels of scholarship which enabled each of them to achieve and maintain success in their professional lives. This endowment was established in honor of their 50th anniversary of graduation.

It is their wish that this scholarship enables a worthy student to achieve his/her goals and continue the standards upon which Clarion was founded–professionalism, high academic achievement, and strong sense of community.

Additional Ways of Giving to Honors

The scholarships provided for the Honors Program are from generous donors who are committed to helping students receive a quality education. Continued generosity from alumni, family and friends will help transform Clarion University into a school of opportunity for all. We thank those who support the Honors Program as we strive to challenge students academically.

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Sigma Tau Gamma Giving Back to Clarion
The Sigma Tau Gamma/Sigma Tau Scholarship Endowment was established in 2002 by the brothers
of Sigma Tau fraternity as a way to give back to the university. Many of its brothers participated in extracurricular activities, which helped establish
the rich tradition of giving at Clarion.