My name is Anthony Bowleg Jr. a proud Lion of the great Florida Memorial University. As a freshman, my experience here has went extremely well so far. The campus is a good size and is walking distance. The people here are very nice and helpful, including a large number of bahamians. Here there are small class sizes, therefore seeking a better hands on interactions with professors. University life at FMU have shown me ways in which I can better myself as a young man, moreover directing me in the path of becoming an airline pilot. “In Order To Fulfill Your Dreams, You Must Fly Beyond Your Horizon” Anthony Bowleg Jr.
My name is Randisha Johnson, a freshman at Monroe College and also an extremely proud 2018 Public School Scholar. From I got a glimpse at all of the colleges this prestigious program had to offer, I knew that Monroe College was the place for me to go. Not only is it a private college with small sized classes, but it’s also placed in a suburban area where everything is in a walking distance. That was just a synopsis of what I got from their website, but when I actually arrived to the institution, they had exceed every single expectation. From the brilliant and sociable professors, to the ongoing activities that take place each week. This college offers a huge amount of love to the international student so that we can feel at home away from home, and I must say, they have done a stellar job at that. Words can not even begin to explain how grateful I am for receiving this award that granted me the ability to explore such diverse opportunities and further my education in a new environment. A thought that keeps me grounded and reminds me of how fortunate I am with this scholarship is. “To whom much is given, much is required.”
The foundation has sent over 30 first in their family to go to college this year!