Time Running Out for UNOH Scholarship Applicants

Time Running Out for UNOH Scholarship Applicants

Located in Lima, the University of Northwestern Ohio is the official and exclusive educational university of the ARCA Racing Series. The annual scholarship fund of $10,000 will be distributed to a qualified individual or split between a group of recipients, at the university's discretion. 

The scholarship will be presented Saturday, December 10, at the ARCA Racing Series Championship Awards Banquet at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington, Ky., near Cincinnati.

The University of Northwestern Ohio's ARCA Race Club program offers students at-track internship opportunities with race teams and the sanctioning body. Several UNOH students served as technical officials over the course of the 19-race ARCA Racing Series schedule in 2011, and as many as 40 students worked on ARCA race teams this season.

In addition to the annual scholarship and marketing partnership with ARCA, UNOH is a participating sponsor of the ARCA Safety Initiative. 

To be eligible for a scholarship, applicants must be an ARCA Member or an immediate family member 25 years or younger. Applicants must also possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent. The Applicant must send, in writing, their name (along with the name of an immediate family member who is an ARCA Member if the Applicant is not an ARCA Member), address, phone number, and a brief essay of approximately one page describing why the Applicant is deserving of scholarship consideration.

Essays are to be submitted to ARCA, P.O. Box 380, Temperance, MI 48182. 

All applications must be received by ARCA before Saturday, November 19, 2011.

The successful applicant will be determined and selected by the University of Northwestern Ohio Admissions Criteria and Scholarship Committee.

More information about the University of Northwestern Ohio is available at http://www.unoh.edu. The official online home of the ARCA Racing Series presented Menards is http://www.arcaracing.com.

November 15, 2011

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