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On 5/16/2019 at 10:15 PM, coffeeforever said:

Anyone have any updates on the scholarships? Just wondering if I should still been hanging onto hope...

I was never offered anything. Was wondering myself if people who did get one (other than the big ones) are just not posting that they did or if they haven’t sent them all out yet.

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Does anyone know if scholarships have been given out already?

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I got notified today (shortly after registering for my block) that I’ve been awarded a Alistair Fraser entrance scholarship of $5,000.

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