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U.S. Bank Scholarship Winners

May we have a drum roll please!

U.S. Bank is delighted to announce the winners of the 2012 – 2013 Internet Scholarship Program. Recipients were selected from high school seniors and college undergraduates throughout the country who plan to attend college in the fall and applied for the sixteenth annual scholarship program.

All winners have been notified.

Congratulations to:

  • ARKANSAS
  • Bryce Parker – Pottsville
  • Attending: Arkansas Tech University
  • ARIZONA
  • Staci Phillips – Bullhead City
  • Attending: Mohave Community College
  • CALIFORNIA
  • Sara Cardoza – Castro Valley
  • Attending: California State University – East Bay
  • Sela Khachikyan – Glendale
  • Attending: UCLA
  • COLORADO
  • Presley Schwisow – Centennial
  • Attending: University of Colorado – Colorado Springs
  • FLORIDA
  • Vanessa Cruz – Orlando
  • Attending: Seminole State College of Florida
  • GEORGIA
  • Robin Peacock – Carrollton
  • Attending: University of West Georgia
  • IOWA
  • Jessica Strable – Des Moines
  • Attending: Lincoln College of Technology
  • IDAHO
  • Cody Parker – Moscow
  • Attending: University of Idaho
  • ILLINOIS
  • Victoria Miller – Belleviller
  • Attending: University of Alabama
  • KANSAS
  • Christopher Stone – Olathe
  • Attending: Wichita State University
  • KENTUCKY
  • Rachel Ball – Lexington
  • Attending: University of Kentucky
  • MASSACHUSETTS
  • Ashley Correia – Cambridge
  • Attending: Clark University
  • MINNESOTA
  • Cheyenne Sorlie – Grand Marais
  • Attending: College of St. Scholastica
  • Jeffrey Speedling – Kellogg
  • Attending: Rochester Community & Technical College
  • MISSOURI
  • Rachael Brunton – Maryland Heights
  • Attending: MidAmerica Nazarene University
  • MONTANA
  • Alicia Weitz – White Sulphur Springs
  • Attending: Rocky Mountain College
  • NORTH CAROLINA
  • Taylor Vandiford – New Bern
  • Attending: Craven Community College
  • NORTH DAKOTA
  • Megan Willies – Dickinson
  • Attending: University of North Dakota
  • NEBRASKA
  • Falisatey Novotny – Diller
  • Attending: Southeast Community College - Beatrice
  • NEW JERSEY
  • Ay’Asia Kelly – East Orange
  • Attending: North Carolina A&T State University
  • NEW MEXICO
  • Chassie Bowannie – Zuni
  • Attending: - University of New Mexico – Gallup Campus
  • NEVADA
  • Keanna Kane – Las Vegas
  • Attending: Nevada State College
  • NEW YORK
  • Chantal Perets – Syracuse
  • Attending: Syracuse University
  • OHIO
  • Judy English – Goshen
  • Attending: University of Phoenix
  • Jimmy Chen – Cleveland
  • Attending: Ohio State University
  • James Cameron Lenard – Powell
  • Attending: University of Dayton
  • OREGON
  • Christiani Percell – Portland
  • Attending: Portland State University
  • Katherine Benson – Portland
  • Attending: Portland Community College
  • PENNSYLVANIA
  • Allison Poltanis – Waymart
  • Attending: Carlow University
  • SOUTH DAKOTA
  • Hope Yount – Sioux Falls
  • Attending: Calvary Chapel Bible College
  • TENNESSEE
  • Keyma Goss – Collierville
  • Attending: University of Memphis
  • TEXAS
  • Darwin Morrow – Angleton
  • Attending: University of Houston
  • UTAH
  • Garret Smart – Draper
  • Attending: Salt Lake Community College
  • VIRGINIA
  • Andrew Boyd – Chesapeake
  • Attending: Howard University
  • WASHINGTON
  • Skyler Gahley – Port Orchard
  • Attending: Central Washington University
  • Nichole Shields – Battle Ground
  • Attending: Clark College
  • WISCONSIN
  • Kelsey Fink – Darlington
  • Attending: Southwest Technical College
  • Matthew Thome – Neenah
  • Attending: Carthage College
  • WYOMING
  • Masyra Wilkinson – Mountain View
  • Attending: University of Utah

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